Kenneth Delbert Miller
September 27, 1931  -  October 21, 2018

Kenneth Delbert Miller

Memorial Service
RobertsReedCulver Chapel
801 W Locust St
Stilwell, OK  74960
Saturday, October 27, 2018
2 pm
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I served in the Air Force.

Kenneth Delbert Miller, son of Joseph Solomon and Alta Pearl (Eubanks) Miller, was born on September 27, 1931 in Lyons Switch, Oklahoma and passed from this life on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at his home in Stilwell, Oklahoma at 87 years of age.
He was 1 of 7 children and raised in a large family. Kenneth served our country proudly and retired from the U.S. Air Force. Kenneth had a great love for people. He used his skills and personality to bring people comfort as an LPN for many years. Kenneth enjoyed being around his family and friends, fishing, playing casino games, WWE Wrestling and gardening while he was still able.
He had been a member of Elm Grove Baptist Church but had, in recent years, rededicated his life to the Lord and became a member of Calvary Southern Baptist Church.
Kenneth made many friends and helped many people during his time with us. He will be deeply missed.
He was preceded in death by his parents: Joseph and Alta Miller, wife: Alma Miller, daughters: Mona Miller, Donna Croley, Debbie Davis, brothers: Abe Miller, Felix Miller, John Miller, Cornelius Miller and sisters: Juanita Langston, Glennie Allison.
Kenneth leaves behind a loving family that includes his daughters: Stacy Bird and husband Eddy of Stilwell, OK, Christie Harris of Stilwell, son: Thomas Owens and wife Diane of Tennessee, 9 grandchildren: Kylan Miller, Elliott Harris, Gwen Gentry, Sandy Meerbeek, Matt Croley, Steve Croley, Alicia Deason, Nathan Miller, Aaron Miller, 22 great grandchildren, many other relatives and friends.


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  1. Grimes family
    , OK

    Our warmest condolences and expressions of sorrow to the Miller family. We are so saddened at the loss of your loved one Ken. May the word of God and the fond memories you shared bring comfort to you during this difficult time.
    Kind regards,

  2. Jim and Sue Panter
    Stilwell, OK

    We are so sorry for your loss and praying God will give you peace .
    KEN was special to both of us and we enjoyed the years we worked with him at the hospital

  3. Kathy DeSpain
    Stilwell, OK

    So very sorry for your loss. I have pretty wide shoulders if you need one to cry on. If I can be of any help please let me know.

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