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Memorial for Timothy Eugene Miller

Born in Akron, Ohio on Apr. 9, 1948
Departed on Dec. 27, 2017 and resided in Cortez, Colorado.
 
Service: Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Timothy Eugene Miller was born April 9, 1948 in Akron, Ohio and proceeded to conquer his world and whatever was in front of him. He passed away at home peacefully on December 27, 2017. He lived in this area as a child and then in Southern California where he met his wife Jo Anna Hamblin and raised his family, daughters Wendy Lee Miller (Eytchison) and Hattie Ann Miller. He and Jo moved back to this area in 1993 where he enjoyed his grandchildren Joey Lauren Eytchison, Sadie Leigh Christensen, Molly Shane Christensen and Grayson Samuel Eytchison. He was also able to fulfill his dream of having a ranch/farm until they bought and remodeled their beautiful home in Cortez four years ago. He was not a big man in stature but his accomplishments and love were gigantic. Those who knew him, even a little knew that the biggest recipients of this love were his God, his beautiful wife and his family. Maybe lesser known was his love for everyone else, the men he served with in Vietnam, the guys he worked with on the construction crews, those he worshipped with every week and anyone who was involved with anything he was passionate about or involved his kids and grandkids. He and Jo adopted coaches, friends, co-workers… whoever was brought into their lives. Tim loved figuring out how to build or do something new. He surfed, skied, golfed, mountain biked, danced, sang (well...?), built things, ran electrical crews on high-rise commercial projects, plumbed an RV park, loved and served well. Recently he was elected city councilman and was truly honored to serve in this way. He appreciated the gifts and strengths of those he served with and was excited to do whatever he could to improve and encourage growth and prosperity in this area. And of course, it didn’t matter what his daughters and grandkids were doing, he was in! 100%!! He was always so generous, with his time especially but also his resources and he never let any weakness keep him from exercising his great strengths. It just propelled him even more to accept others exactly the way they were. His family invites you to enjoy time with them while they honor their dad and grandpa publicly on January 27, 2018 at 3:00 at Cortez City Hall. (We know it’s a little delayed due to family members with pre-arranged travel plans, but put it on your calendar and join us!) Appetizers and finger foods provided.
  

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