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Don Gilbert Miller
January 31, 1950 ~ January 19, 2024 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Don Gilbert Miller age 73 passed away from heart problems on January 19, 2024.
He was born on January 31st 1950 and was raised his whole life in Hayward, Ca but moved to Colorado in 2005. He lived in the Colorado Springs for 5 years and moved to Divide in 2010. He was son to Julia and Hanley Miller. He married Shelly Goodwin on June 19th 1971 whom he met in November of 1969 at Valle Vista skating rink in Hayward, Ca. They were married for 53 years. He graduated from Sunset high school in June of 1969. He owned an alarm company called Royal Alarm Systems with his brother for 50 years. He loved working in his wood shop which was his greatest joy besides his kids. He also loved the NHRA drag races and fishing in his spare time. He was a United States Marine reservist for 6 years. He was also part of the United States Coast Guard Search and Rescue for 5 years.
He is survived by his wife Shelly Miller from Divide, His son Chris Miller & Daughter in-law Heather Miller from Hayward, Ca, Daughter Stephanie Rose and son in-law Benjamin Rose from Woodland Park, CO, Daughter Julie & John Holm from Livermore, Ca and Grandchild Ali Holm of Livermore, Ca. Also his sister in-law Susan Miller from Jackson, Ca. He was proceeded in death by his brother Richard Miller from Jackson, Ca.
We are having a memorial on July 6th 2024 on his property in Divide where we will spread his ashes.
In lieu of flower you can make a donation to the American Eagle Foundation or a local pet rescue in his name.
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