Don-Miller-Obituary

Don Miller

Durango, Colorado

1934 - 2018

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Don Miller was born on December 31,1934 in Aguilar, CO and died November 25, 2018, in Durango, CO his home for the past 45 years. Don graduated from Randell High School in Denver, CO and then joined the Navy. After his service in the Navy, Don returned to his true passion, skiing, and went to...

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Boudreaux, Thanks for being Phyllis' and my next door neighbor in Georgetown in 1970-71!You were always so much fun, especially during Fasching! We'll be next door neighbors again someday.

Boudreaux, you kept the mountain in order. From the many long nights grooming to the days roaming the mountain maintaining the trails in the summer and many a night at the Ore house. My life will never be the same due to your influence From having you sit on the roof of the ski school building timing our passes down the front of the mountain to our trips to other ski areas to compare notes on other grooming operations. It was these events which made life what it was. I had been working for...

Boudreaux was so much fun. I am grateful to have known him.

I was so sorry to learn of Boudreaux's passing. He was a good friend when we all worked at Loveland Ski Area in the '60's. Please accept my love and sympathy at this difficult time, Mandy Boggs

Belated , My deepest sympathy to your family . May you keep in mind the hope of life everlasting which can help sustain you through this difficult time . John 17:3

I'll see you on the flip side my friend. You get to join the party on the other side, lots of our friends are already there waiting for you. You will be missed by many.

I knew him as Boudreaux, and more affectionally as "Grumpy Bear". He was my boss who became a friend I respected. He had enough faith to hire my friend Rich and I as the very first snowmakers at Purgatory early in the 1980's. That trust changed the course of my life for the better. For that and for the experiences that followed I am eternally grateful. Rest in peace my friend. You helped enrich my life as I know you did for others. That is a true measure of a life well lived. Thank...

Oh, how sad, I loved Boudreaux. He was such a character, worked for him grooming one season, knew him for years, everyone loved him. Rest in peace sir, hope the powder is good up there.

Piper Thies
Casper Wy.