CRAIG WARREN MILLER

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CRAIG WARREN MILLER January 24, 1960 October 31, 2016 Craig Warren Miller, 56, died peacefully October 31, 2016 as a result of a severe stroke suffered April 1, 2016. At the time of death, Craig resided at Life Care Center of Treasure Valley, Boise Idaho, where he spent the past seven months striving to hold onto life with his sister Tami by his side. Craig was born January 24, 1960 in Renton Washington to Howard and Wanda (Reid) Miller, and moved with his family to the Tri-Cities in 1972. He attended Kamiakin High school and afterward followed in his father's footsteps, working in construction doing drywall. Craig is survived by his parents, sisters Tami (Kevin) Haener, Jamie (Scott) Gority, brother Dave (Lisa) Miller; children Chris (Megan) Miller, Nick (Tiffany) Miller, Chase Miller, Janelle (Riley) Goodrich, and Connor Brown; four grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Craig enjoyed the outdoors, snow skiing, camping, and golfing were among his many interests. He excelled in bowling beginning as a child, accomplishing seven 300 games during league bowling as an adult. Craig was an extremely social person with a huge heart. He did not know a stranger, loved to talk and made friends wherever he went. He became a member at Lord of Life Lutheran Church where he attended services with his parents, participated in various church activities, and acquired quite a loving church family. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, November 12 at 3:00pm, Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Kennewick, Washington. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lord of Life Memorial Fund.
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Cloverdale Funeral Home
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Boise, ID 83713
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Nov. 8, 2016