In Memory

Brian L Miller

Brian L Miller

 

Age 68 of White Bear Lake Vietnam Veteran Survived by his wife, Deborah; daughters, Nadine and Andrea and their mother, Sandra; step-daughter Kristin (Charles) and step-son, Alex; grandchildren, Ashley, Austin, step-granddaughter, Kaliah; brothers, Mike and Kevin (JoAnn); Sister, Lisa; nephews, Eric and Nick; in-laws, Richard and Betty Dege; sister-in-law, Denise Dege and niece, Lindsay Anderson and many other relatives and friends. A Celebration of Brian's Life will be held on May 17th at 11AM at Grace Lutheran Church, 1730 Old Hudson Rd., St. Paul with a gathering of family and friends at 10AM. Special thanks to Dr. Andrzej Petryk, his nurse, Melissa, and all of Brian's caregivers for their extraordinary care and kindness. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred.

Published in Pioneer Press from May 4 to May 11, 2014

 



 
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05/18/14 09:17 AM #1    

Allen S Hodder

Year book picture is of when Brian was a junior.


05/18/14 09:40 AM #2    

Allen S Hodder

Brian Lee Miller was born on 2 Dec 1945 to Donald O'Brien Miller and Beryl Iris Regal in Ramsey County MN.

Brian served with the US Marine Corps in Viet Nam and reached the rank of Corporal.

Brian passed away on 28 Apr 2014 in White Bear Lake, Ramsey County MN.

Brian is buried at St John in the Wilderness Church Cemetery, White Bear Lake MN.


05/20/14 10:47 AM #3    

Michael Plocher

Brian and I lived a block apart, on Wood Ave.  This is now three of my best friends.....Don "Swen" Swenson, Lyle and now Brian that are gone.  I recall the morning Brian and I were waiting for the bus at 4th and Wood, passing time throwing rocks at the stopsign on the corner.  Someone called the police on us.  We boarded the bus, but before the driver could pull out a cruiser came by, lights flashing.  The officer boarded as well, we had to stand up and ID ourselves.  We were so nervious, we felt like criminals.  The officer instructed the driver to drop Brian and I off at the police station (now the Domino's Pizza on Clark) after school.  A very long day at Sunrise Park, we got a lecture at the station house and walked home.  I remember too Brian's Mom being a very sweet, kind lady.

Mike Plocher 


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