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

  1. Loretta Corn says:

    Pat, I am so sorry to hear about Ron. Both of you helped us on the contamination issue more than you will ever know. Thank you so very much. We will all be thinking of you during this time.

  2. Peace and love to Ron’s family. I so enjoyed getting to know him and you. My fondest memory is when Ron decided to become the Sugar Czar and was going to monitor sugar usage in the US for BamBam. I really liked how he had the ration slips all worked out – even to the point where he and his family could make a little money with the job. I will miss visiting him. See you soon, Pat. Love, Nanette

  3. Little girls always need their daddies: to tell them how to fix something, what is the best decision to make?, which path to take in life? I always knew my daddy had all the right answers. Thank you for always knowing the right things to say. I miss you tremendously but I know that now you have no more suffering. I love you and I miss you already.

  4. Death leave a heartache No one can heal Loves leaves a memory No one can steal

  5. Ray Holmen says:

    Our thougths & Prayers are with Pat & the kids. We all lost a good friend and will all miss him.

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