I’ve played golf with Gary for almost 20 years. We also worked together at Papa John’s and CVS. I will miss you very much my friend! Until we meet again.
It still hasn’t hit me Big Guy. I was fortunate to have you in my life and as a Friend. You were like a Father to me at the same time. I know you are in a better place now even though the selfish part of me still wants you here. I was glad to see you last week not knowing two days later I would find out the devastating news. I love and Miss you. Say hello to Kathy for me. Your Buddy – Ryan
I worked with Gary as a carrier for the Courier and Press for several years. I always tried not to “poke the bear”; he was always fair and supportive of me. Sorry for your loss. Love his smile!
Gary- I was privileged to have you as a co-worker at PapaJohn’s, and I am blessed for the way you have befriended and looked after my brother Ryan over the years. I am fortunate to have helped Gary Jr and Chase have a placed to land at Papa Johns’s over the years as they have navigated their journeys, and I will miss our talks after a late 9 holes shooting the breeze at the cart barn at Fendrich. I think your dad was blessed to have a son that looked after him all of these years, and I will always remember how quick you were to help me and others i there time of need. I don’t miss 6 hour rounds of golf with you, Tony, and your group. Abandoning that I. 2007 was a smart decision. But I know my brother always enjoyed you and the group,, and that makes me happy. I hope you get tomolay 1& every morning, take Kathy shopping every afternoon, and be surrounded with love every evening. Rest In Peace sir, and know that I am here for your boys when they need it.
Gary- It was a pleasure having you as a co-worker for over a decade, amd I feel blessed we could help Chase and Gary Jr over the years. Thank you for befriending and helping my brother over the years, I don’t miss the 6-hour rounds of golf, and I am glad I abandoned that in 2006. But I know my brother always looked forward to it, and I know you loved the game. I’ll miss our late night fat chewing sessions by the Fendrich cart barn after a late 9 holes. I hope you get play 18 every day, take Kathy shopping every afternoon , and feel the love of family every evening. Rest In Peace!
I worked with Gary as his Assistant DM until he finally retired . He was very spunky and told people how it was. He will be missed
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Gary Arthur Miller Sr., 72, passed away on January 22, 2022. He was born on October 17, 1949, in Evansville, Indiana, by Arthur Jr. and Doris (Sallee) Miller.
Gary attended North High School and went on to attend trade school for his electrician’s license. He later became a District Manager for the Courier & Press. In addition to staying busy at work, Gary spent much of his time coaching his kids’ sports teams; football, baseball, t-ball, and many more. He really loved to golf and was the President of Fendrich’s Men’s Club. In his spare time, Gary also enjoyed watching movies, keeping up with the Colts, and listening to Jimmy Swaggart. Gary especially enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
Gary is survived by his children, Amber (Marcus) Barrera, Damon (Gina) Miller, Gary Miller Jr., and Chase Miller; 11 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; his father, Arthur Miller Jr.; his siblings, Barbara, Sandy, Pam, Dennis, and Debbie; longtime friend and mother to Gary and Chase, Martina Roy.
Gary is preceded in death by his late wife, Kathy Miller; his mother, Doris Miller; and son, Amon Johnson.
Services for Gary will be held at Sunset Funeral Home on Saturday, January 29, 2022. Visitation will begin at 2:00PM with the service immediately following at 4:00PM.
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