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William T. Miller

November 2, 1960 - April 16, 2023


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    Jaime Haney says

    Billy is already missed. He was a fun loving friend who had all kinds of information about all kinds of subjects that he loved to share with his friends. I am glad to have been friends with him and will always remember his sense of humor and knowledge of the paranormal. He taught me much. Prayers for all of the family.

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    Joseph Green says

    I only knew bill for a little while but he always treated me with the same kindness and respect that he showed everyone else he was a good friend and an awesome mentor I learned a lot from him I only wish i would had more time to learn more from him. I am truly saddened by his passing. I am praying for his friends and family to heal in this difficult time. RIP Billy you will be truly missed.

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    Brent Owen “Buzz” says

    Billy, you are greatly missed by so many people, especially me. You were truly an incredible man and I’m blessed to have met you many years ago. You are more than a friend to me, you are family. The times we’ve been together, with all the 1000’s of hours of phone calls and all adventures and places we’ve seen then all the times we just hung out will be cherished forever. There was a great period of time that there wasn’t a day that went by that we were either at least on the phone or at one another’s home. Even though we’ve been absent from each other’s presence for the past few years, doesn’t change a thing how I feel about you. I will see you again. I love you my best buddy.

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William Thomas Miller, 62, passed away on April 16, 2023. He was born on November 2, 1960, to George Miller and Lila Lee (Cummings) Miller in Evansville, Indiana.

William worked for the City of Boonville for many years. He was an outdoorsman and loved to hunt, fish, and trap. He was a paranormal investigator for over 20 years. He enjoyed going hiking and exploring the woods. William was a loving father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. He loved spending time with family and friends.

William is survived by his daughter Audra Reeves and son-in-law Dale of Evansville, IN; six grandchildren; sister Connie (Ron) Boyer of Newburgh, IN; niece Misty Glover (David) of Haubstadt, IN; nephew Chad Powell (Vanessa) of Boonville, IN; and many loving extended family.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.