MILLER, John Alexander December 22, 1948 - December 28, 2013 It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of John Alexander Miller, who passed peacefully in his sleep in the comfort of his home surrounded by the ones he loved. John was a man who enjoyed the simple things in life. He was a passionate cook, he loved everything to do with hockey, great music especially in concert, cold beer, being with his grandchildren in anyway he could, especially taking in the sun at the park and watching them smile and laugh. John is a man who will forever be remembered as a loyal and loving husband to his wife of 33 years Deborah Lynn Davidsen, as an attentive, proud and devoted father to his children Lisa May Miller, Sheryl Lynn Miller and Alan Karl Miller, and as a grandfather like no other to his most precious valued gems grandchildren Kacee Stranaghan, Nevaeh Stranaghan, Jayden Crossley, Brooklyn Crossley and Ryder Crossley One of John's most recent and treasured experiences was a surprise trip to Vancouver to take his grandson Kacee to his first Canucks game. An experienced he truly valued. John was a man who had a fire to his character that couldn't be missed. He told it how it was, with or without sugar. His often blunt nature was cherished wildly by the people who loved him. Above all else, John's main ambition was sharing his great passion for love and life with those he loved. He never missed an opportunity to throw a hug in someones direction and say 'I love you' whenever he could. John had an ability to see the the very best in everything and everyone, he loved fully and selflessly and will be eternally missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him. 'You left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, and though we cannot see you, you're always by our side'. In lieu of flowers donations to the heart and lung. Celebration of life at a later date. A special thanks to Dr. Veerappan for all of his help and the nurses and staff at CR Hospital. Dr. Veerappan is the best. A special thanks for the out pouring of love and support over the last few weeks.
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Published in Campbell River Courier Islander from Jan. 10 to Jan. 11, 2014