Ronald Wayne Miller

Ronald Wayne Miller

July 20, 1936 - March 18, 2010

Ronald Wayne Miller

July 20, 1936 - March 18, 2010

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Mr. Ronald Wayne Miller, age 73 of Murfreesboro, TN died Thursday morning at his residence. A native of Wichita, KS, Ron was the son of the late William Ray and Velma Rebecca Mauk Miller, and a 1954 graduate of Wichita East High School. He was a Construction Manager whose profession allowed him to travel the country and world experiencing cultures of every kind. He is survived by his wife of 46 years: Patricia Whitesell Miller of Murfreesboro, TN; 3 children: Patrick Wayne Miller of Murfreesboro, TN; Ronda Susanne Miller of Bowling Green, KY and Patricia Marie Gaiser of Radcliff, KY; a brother: Edwin Leroy “John” Miller of Whitney, TX; sister: Marilyn Sue Schoonover of ElDorado, KS; and 2 grandchildren: Erik James Gaiser and Christopher Patrick Gaiser.

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24 responses to Ronald Wayne Miller

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  1. Ron was like a 2nd father to me. He was my father’s best friend and his daughter is my best friend. My heart hurts for the pain experienced by this family at this time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I love you more than I could ever express. Rest in peace Ron!

  2. Ron was a special kind of guy – fun to be around and very kind and respectful of others. He seemed to have a keen depth of understanding of others – a good friend.

  3. Ron was one of my all time great mentors. He showed me how to be patient and quiet like himself. It has worked well for me and I will thank him again when next we meet—-Carl Ron was the best friend to my best friend Pat. He was interesting to talk with and relate to since we all had similar experiences with our work and travels,..Sheila Ron will be missed but we’ll always have our memories of you to fill the void.

  4. Chip Heath says:

    To Pat and Family, There were 2 men in my life who I would consider my mentors..Ron Miller and Ron L’Hommedieu. As fate would have it, I had the honor and pleasure of working with both of them at DFW Airport. Ron had a special gift for reading between the lines and for digging and digging and digging to get to the truth. At the foot of my bed for the past 22 years has been an old green Packard trunk that I bought from ya’ll when you left DFW. It will remain there to remind me of what a special man Ron was. For Pat, the quilt you made for my oldest daughter some 20 years ago is safely stored in that trunk. I am so thankful I was able to see ya’ll in 2008.

  5. You all will never know how much your family touched my heart. Pat, I always looked forward to our weekly visits. I always knew that there would be laughter and joy when I came in. Ron was a wonderful man. His sense of humor through the past year was truly inspiring. And his absolute stubborness to finish his “honey-do” list always made me smile although a bit worried on the inside! Ron had so much strength and kindness. I hope and pray that I always remember the inspiration I felt when I would leave you both each week. I learned so much from both of you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

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