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Tommy Miller was known as a fun loving man who lived life to the fullest. His laughter was contagious and humorous nature made him one of a kind. He had many stories to tell and the time shared with him was always memorable. He touched a lot of hearts and had many friends, he was a loving son, father, grandpa, brother, cousin and uncle, a proud man who will be dearly missed.
Thomas, born in Lone Pine July 15, 1947. Although he lived many places, Lone Pine was his home. He was a golf professional and later drove truck cross country. He was referred to lovingly by his family as being our Peter Pan. He was an avid sports fan and worthy contender in many pool tournaments.
Tom found peace July 13, 2013 when he succumbed to injuries received in a car accident. By his side were his mother, his cousin, Mary Alice, Kate Miller and Jessica and her friend.
He was preceded in death by his father, Bobby Vernon Miller; and sister, Janine Louis Miller.
He is survived by his mother, Gwen Watt of Indian Wells; son, Sean Miller, of Blaine Wash.; brother, Robert âYaboâ Miller of OâNeil, Neb.; cousin, MaryAlice Miller and niece Jessica Daugomah of Lone Pine; stepchildren and their spouses that he loved deeply, Misty and Ryan Shuck, Doug and Kelly Mullen, Mike and Maggie Avendano, Isaac and Melissa Carreno, Katy and Curtis Kelly and Samantha; grandchildren, Jake, McKenzie, Riley, Max Miller, Andy Mullen, Lottie, Joseph Avendano, Devon,Hunter,Samantha, Amelia, Brooklyn Jeremy Carreno, Manasa, Micheal, Eion and Fionn Kelly; nieces, Amanda Wallace, Sofia, Sarai Delfin and Jenna Fath; nephews, Mike Willson, Tony Ceballos, Cameron Wallace, Diego Delfin and Jesse Martinez.
A celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Mary Alice Millerâs home in Lone Pine.