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Richard T. Miller 1955-2020

WARREN — Richard “Rick” T. Miller, 65, passed away Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020.

Our dad fought his fight and won. He was a loving and hard-working man who always put his family first. He loved to hunt and fish with his son, Rick, and his grandson, Ricky “Little Buddy.” He loved to travel and go to flea markets with his life partner, Darlene. He loved old movies, nature and going to the casino (hoping to win big). He loved to spoil his granddaughter, Kylie “Poophead” with all things Yoda. He loved the rivalry that he and his son-in-law, Stan, had with their college football teams, Michigan vs. Ohio State (Dad would say “GO BLUE”). He loved to share memories and pictures with his daughter, Nancy. He loved to always pick on his daughter-in-law, Chrissy. His favorite thing to do was to spend time with his family.

“Although we cry many tears and miss you like crazy, this is only we’ll see you later — not goodbye. We will continue to carry on your legacy of love. You are forever and always in our hearts.”

Rick’s life will continued to be celebrated by his life partner, Darlene Berringer; his daughter, Nancy (Stan) Spina of Michigan; his son, Richard (Christina) Miller II of Farmdale; his grandchildren, Ricky and Kylie Miller of Farmdale, Marissa (Danny) Mate of Niles, Kristin (Josh) Pastoria of Akron and Ashley Scrivens of Michigan. He is also survived by four great-grandchildren; and his siblings, George (Judy) Miller of Warren, Mary (Paul) Butler of Warren, Barbara Kufchak of Bristolville and Roseanne Fox of Mecca. He will also be missed by his little buddy, “Chunky-butt.” His life is also celebrated by many nieces, nephews and friends; there never was a stranger to our dad. Rick continued to have a good friendship with his ex-wives Pamela (Adams) Kelley and Coralee (Mason) Miller, the mothers of his children.

Rick will be meeting some of his loved ones again that have already gone to their heavenly home: his parents, George and Dorothy Martin Miller; his brother, William R. Miller; his sister, Ruthann Burggraf; and many aunts and uncles.

The family will be having a Celebration of Life and pizza party, because that was Rick’s wish.

Arrangements handled by Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, Warren.

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