Minister Damon Miller, Sr.
Minister Damon Miller, Sr., 66, of Tallahassee heeded his Savior's call on Saturday, November 24, 2012 at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare. Services are 1 p.m. Saturday at Timberlane Road Church of Christ, Tallahassee. Viewing is 3-7 p.m. Friday at TILLMAN OF TALLAHASSEE 850-942-1950; firstname.lastname@example.org.A Quitman, GA native, he had served as minister for several area Church of Christ congregations, most recently at the Paul Russell Road Church of Christ. He was a graduate of Ft. Valley State College (now University) and Iowa State University. A U.S.Navy Reserves veteran, he had recently retired and was working as a consultant at Florida A&M University. He was the Director of FAMU's Children, Youth & Families At-Risk Red Clay Vegetable Garden Project. He had been a Cooperative Extension Agent, Associate Professor/Assistant Dean and Acting State 4-H Director with the University of Florida's Extension Administration, Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences.Minister Miller was a man of great faith and wisdom and was anchored in the Lord. Treasuring his love and legacy are his devoted wife, Baby Doll Ardis Miller; sons, Damon (Kelley) Miller, Jr., and Ardis D. Miller; granddaughter, Bailey Marie Miller; sisters, Sherry (Earnest) Hamilton, Ella Mae (Ellis) Dowdell, Vera Mae (Ozell) Carter, Earnestine (Tommy) Lattimore, Mabel Williams; sisters-in-law, Mae Frances (Eddie) Lynum; Mae Dell Cainion; brothers-in-law, Arthur Lee (Frances) Davis, Charles Ardis and Henry (Mary) Ardis; college adopted student, Kimberly (Darryl) Richardson Booker; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and loving friends.
Published in Tallahassee Democrat on Nov. 29, 2012