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In Memory of

Michael James Miller

September 30, 1967 - November 22, 2016

Obituary


Michael James Miller was born in Greeley, Colorado on September 30, 1967 to Rosemarie Esther (Helus) Miller and John Edward Miller.

He is survived by his Mother, Rosemarie Janssen and her spouse, Rebel Watson of Temecula, California, and five children, Amanda Rose Miller of Denver, Colorado,
Dustin John Brundeen of Aurora, Colorado, Brandon Ray Miller of Westminster, Colorado, Michael Joseph Miller of Denver, Colorado, and Christopher Matthew Brundeen of Boulder, Colorado, and two grandsons, Nathaniel James Gonzales of Denver, Colorado and Alexander Manuel Novelo Miller of Denver, Colorado, one brother, Larry Joseph Miller (Mary)...

Michael James Miller was born in Greeley, Colorado on September 30, 1967 to Rosemarie Esther (Helus) Miller and John Edward Miller.

He is survived by his Mother, Rosemarie Janssen and her spouse, Rebel Watson of Temecula, California, and five children, Amanda Rose Miller of Denver, Colorado,
Dustin John Brundeen of Aurora, Colorado, Brandon Ray Miller of Westminster, Colorado, Michael Joseph Miller of Denver, Colorado, and Christopher Matthew Brundeen of Boulder, Colorado, and two grandsons, Nathaniel James Gonzales of Denver, Colorado and Alexander Manuel Novelo Miller of Denver, Colorado, one brother, Larry Joseph Miller (Mary) of Wheatridge, Colorado, Paternal Grandmother, Esther Bruce, many cousins, friends - loved by all. He was preceded in death by his big brother Ronald John Miller, his Grandparents and his Father, Uncles, Aunts and several cousins.

Rosemarie Janssen

My relationship: He texted me every day. He called me. He said, "I love you."
He sent me flowers. He was a wonderful son. It wasn't always perfect as we argued a lot, but we loved each other.

Mike adored his Grandsons and kids, Mom and Brother. He loved his family above all else. He loved playing his guitars and working on his AMG Mercedes. He never hesitated to help his family and friends if they were in need of help. He was brilliant and invented tools for his work. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him.


Arrangements under the direction of Olinger Highland Mortuary & Cemetery, Thornton, CO.