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Benjamin Miller

Benjamin Miller

Veterans Funeral Care Benjamin Miller

Benjamin Franklin Miller, 59, died on Wednesday, December 29, at the James Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa, FL. Mr. Miller was born in Boonville, Missouri, and moved to the Tampa Bay area in 2006 from Stanley, Kansas.

He served his country in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He was a Die Polisher with the Kuhlman Die Casting Company in Stanley, Kansas.

He is survived by his mother, Nadine Miller of Belton, MO; brothers, Dale Miller of Boonville, MO, Terry Miller of Belton, MO, Tracy Miller of Belton, MO, William Miller of Holiday, FL, Brent Miller of Horn Lake, MS and Ronald Miller; and sister, Barbara Miller of Belton, MO.

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  • dale miller says:

    his heart was in the right place was glad that he had two wonderful years in florida with our brother bill. he is going to be missed by me very much. i love him and miss him.

  • gerlinde says:

    Dear Ben, beloved brother-in-law.
    We shared laughs and sorrows in this life and when we meet again in
    heaven, i know you will wait for me and I willingly reach out again to take your hand.Till we meet again.

    Love Gerdi.

  • TERRY MILLER says:

    Your family will miss you. Though people often think they are alone in their every day struggles, you would be amazed at what a difference you have made in our lives. We did not get to spend a lot of time together, but I know who you are. I hear how special you were and always will be to my father. I heard it in his voice when he spoke of you and I felt the tears in his voice when he told me you were gone. You will not be forgotten and you will be spoken of during times of celebration in our lives. Love Terry, Jamie, Evan, Zachary, and Emma.

  • Ben Loeffler says:

    Benjamin Miller was my Uncle and my friend. Although we never had a lot of time together what I do remember of him I will hold in my memories forever. He was kind and had an infectious laugh that always made me laugh right along with him. He served his country well and although he never spoke much of his military service I could tell he was proud of his accomplishments while serving our country. Uncle Ben always had a tender heart and a big smile whenever we came to see him. He was never much of a conversationalist until his older brother, my Father came to see him. It was at those times that he seemed to open up and talk freely with his older brother. I did not always know what they were talking about but I knew that Ben was happy when he was with my Father. My Dad tells me that Uncle Ben was happy and content when he moved to Florida, to be near his brother Bill, for the last two years of his life and for that I am very thankful. We will miss him dearly and although he no longer walks among us on this earth he will forever remain alive in our hearts and memories. Ben is now in a better place where there is no pain, suffering or loneliness.

    Uncle Ben, “May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit” Philem 1:25

    We love you,
    Ben, Sharon, Katie and Alex Loeffler

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