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Billie “Bill” Ray Miller

01/02/1945 - 03/11/2021

Bill R. Miller passed away peacefully on March 11, 2021 in Mesa, Arizona.  There to greet him was his Grandmother Ada Curtright, his sister Karen Conoley and cousin/friend/partner in crime, Brooks Edwards.  He will be remembered as a husband and friend to his wife Liz, father and mentor to his daughters Monica Preston (Chad) and Crystal Stoltz (Mark), and he enjoyed having fun with his 6 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.  His life’s work included positions in service to the public and volunteering his time for veterans’ organizations. He enjoyed golfing and hunting in his earlier years and was a veteran of the United States Navy.  He will be memorialized at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona at a later date, to be updated as it becomes available.  Bill was born on January 2, 1945 in Lyons, Kansas to Joseph Miller and Virginia Curtright, who also preceded him in death, and he will be missed by all.  Bunker Family Funerals and Cremation took care of the arrangements.  In lieu of flowers the family requests that you give to the First Tee organization or the Wounded Warrior project.

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  • Billie Ray was always wonderful to growing up. Had lots of laughs with him and Brooks. They were always teasing me. Love to all.

  • Tim and Debby Edwards

    Very sad to hear of Uncle Bill’s passing, many great memories from all of the family get togethers growing up. Love and prayers to Aunt Liz, Monica, Crystal and the rest of the family.

  • Rolan and I will miss him. Sad condolences to all the Millers (and families) out there. That ol’ goat will be missed

  • I’m so sorry to her of Bill’s passing. I will always have fond memories of him. Between Bill and Brookes.. always picking on us and teasing us. I always looked up to him. Just wish I could have seen him and family in last several years. I love him and will miss him. Prayers for peace and comfort to Liz Monica and Crystal. Thank goodness for the memorys.

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