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Henry Miller

Bay City, Michigan

Sep 5, 1928 – Sep 10, 2017 (Age 89)


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Henry Miller Jr., husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, hunter of deer and ducks, catcher of fish, golfer with 2 holes-in-one, bowler, softball pitcher, cut-throat card player, Michigan Bell retiree, basketball and football referee, story teller, gardener, World War II veteran and...

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Dear Aunt Pat, Amy and Beth--

So very sorry to hear about Uncle Hank's passing. Such a sweet, hearty, cheerful, spirited man! He always had kind AND funny words to share with me. I will miss his phone calls and hearing about his whereabouts and 'whatabouts'!

He loved his family, also always speaking well of his relationship with my parents. Rest in Peace, dear Uncle. Hugs coming across the country to you three. Know you are in my thoughts. xxxO Judy

Pat, Amy and Beth:

I am just reading about your loss today after the fact. Please know that I am so very sorry I did not see this sooner. What a life well lived. Hank was a super very loving man with a gentle heart. Look at all the cherished memories you made with him! One thing is for sure....he all know Hank is up there with the rest of the family playing cards, singing, dancing and having a feast. RIP Hank XO

My Sincere Condolences,

Cindy (Windt) Roberts

Beth and Amy: So sorry to hear of you dad's passing. Times like these seem to bring fond memories of so many good times so cherish them always. I miss those times together but won't miss digging into my pocket to pay off one of those friendly bets that Hank always seemed to come out on top. God bless you always!

When someone we love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure. Therefore, we w the times spent with loved ones-draw strength from the love of family and friends-and may God's word and his loyal love comfort you and help you through this difficult time. Psalms 119:50,76

Oh, Uncle Hank, I wish we could have had more time with you and your sweet smile. It is not fair that you suffered so much at the end, but your life and your legacy will shine for always. I can hear your sweet voice and will always remember how you reached out to my daughters at Grandma (Irene's) funeral, making sure they had chocolate. You are a star and a delight and will always be so. I know you are still with us and simply on another journey. God speed.

My deepest sorrow to all of Hank's family and friends! Hank was always smiling and had a joke to offer up! He will be missed however he will always be in our hearts and thoughts! Prayers to all!

I would call him Mr Miller and Henry said you can't call me that because that was my father name so every time I would see him I would say Henry Henry henry rest in peace Henry Henry henry I will miss you dearly

Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that Hank has passed! What memories I have of our get- togethers, when we lived in Bay City! I can imagine the smiles and laughs when he and my dad see each other again! God's blessings to Pat and the girls! Connie (Hanke) Muscat

We love you Uncle Hank, thoughts and prayers are with the whole family❤
Danny and Lynne