David Alan Miller Jr.

28 September, 195812 September, 2021

David Alan Miller Jr., 62, of Marietta, Georgia passed away on September 12th, 2021 from a sudden heart attack. He loved his family and dedicated his life as a son, husband, father and grandfather. He was married to the love of his life, Cindy Cox Miller, for 37 years. Dave leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife Cindy; daughter Carrie Reynolds, husband Nick; son Cameron Miller, wife Caroline; daughter Chandler Miller and fiancé Chris Aliffi; grandson Bennett Reynolds; granddaughters Miller and Henley Reynolds; parents David and Carolyn Miller; sister Kathy Usrey Willis, husband Steve; mother-in-law Mary Ann Cox and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Dave was born on September 28, 1958 to David Miller Sr. and Carolyn Kinser Miller in Knoxville, Tennessee at Baptist Hospital. He was a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Martin and a lifelong University of Tennessee football fan. He attended football games with his father, grandfather, and passed along the legacy and tradition of the game to his children and grandchildren. Dave started his career at the family business, Mrs. Kinser’s Foods, working his way up to Vice President of Operations. After the family sold the business, Dave ventured into healthcare management, which then lead him into Orthopedic Surgical Operations. Dave was the Chief Executive Officer of Ortho Sport and Spine Physicians based in Atlanta, GA. He was energized by his work and deeply loved those that he worked beside. Dave was considered a trusted friend and colleague. With all his accomplishments Dave was most proud of his family. He was an ever present and steady force in every one of their lives. He was always invested in the interests of his kids and always making sure he was available as a sounding board for fatherly advice or counsel. He was also generous with his time and energy; continually investing in his kids and grandkids. He never missed an opportunity to cheer them on in all the big and little events. Dave loved and faithfully served the Lord and attended North Point Community Church. We know that he is in the arms of Jesus with other family members who’ve passed before him. The family will receive friends Tuesday, September 21st, 2021, from 6pm- 8pm at HM Patterson and Son, Arlington Chapel, 173 Allen Road NE Sandy Springs, Ga 30328. A Celebration of Life will be Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021 at 2pm at North Point Community Church, 4350 Northpoint Parkway Alpharetta, Ga 30022. In lieu of flowers, the family requests you make donations in memory of Dave to Prodigal Child Ministries Inc. c/o John and Fair Brocard, 721 Denmead Mill, Marietta, Ga. 30067.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, 21 September , 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, 22 September , 2021


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Rina Mogos

21 September 2021

WOW, I don't know where to start, because I still expect you to walk to the second floor. So many things that I wish I had said to you. I was trying to find a perfect time to say thank you and how much I appricated you for what you did for me. I will never forget my first week at OSSP where I become a grandmother and you send me back to the hospital to be with my daughter and my first grandchild, where you use to come every day to check on me because you knew I am not the type of person to sit still. Oh, how about the Falcon and the Atlanta United game with your OSSP crew and family? How about when I shaved my head and we had the same style bold for a while that was fun. My favorite is when I use to call you Dr. Miller and one day you laugh and smiled and you said I am just David he is Doc and pointed at Dr. Oskouei. How I miss our long conversations at the game as I bring your mixed drinks and thinking Mrs. Miller (Cindy) was going to get me one day. Then when I left the game, I thought I had lost the family that I had become attached to but yet we met again. So this is not goodbye this is to say until next time.

Rina Mogos

Veronica Abrego

21 September 2021

Sweet David,
I am so grateful to have known such an incredible welcoming individual.
You made a big impact in my life, you always believed in me.
I know I am made you disappointed but you were there to believe in me to improve my work ethic, now I know better and will continue to always be better and work hard.
The only person I’ve met that took his time to meet all his employees.
You are extremely loved and I know you will be watching down on all of us, smiling.
That bright smile that made everyone else smile, my last conversation with you was a joke, you always enjoyed making someone laugh. You will always have a special place in my heart 🕊
Unit we meet again.

Darrell Grimes

18 September 2021

I am so saddened and shocked by the news of David’s passing. David was a great man and a good friend. He always wore a big smile, was courteous to all and I will never forget his wonderful laugh. I will miss him very much.

I wish you Cindy and all of your friends and family members all of the support and love you need during this difficult time.

Keith Brown

17 September 2021

David, my heart sank when I learned of your passing. I remember many good times we had at MAG Mutual. You were so kind and always made a point to speak when you passed my office. Your support during the MAG years was always appreciated. Rest in peace and many prayers to your family. You spoke of them often and it was very clear you loved them dearly.

Keith Brown

Rachel Maloch Abukhdeir

16 September 2021

It has been decades since I have seen (Uncle) Dave. I grew up a friend of Carrie’s. I always felt welcome in their home and I will always remember being treated like family there. Dave was a wonderful man and a doting father. I know he will be missed greatly, but I hope your fond memories of him comfort you in your time of grief.
Much love, from my family and I

Bobbie Bass Afable

16 September 2021

David, I am so happy we got reconnected. So great to have dinner with you and Art. I loved our time together in college at UTM, our REO Speedwagon concert, your trip to Chicago with your parents for the restaurant shows. Our very nice dinner at Nick's Fishmarket with your Mom and Dad and so many memories at school.

I know you are living your best life, you have seen the face of Jesus.
Welcome home thy good and faithful servant.

Erika Delcid

16 September 2021

David, thank you for being a great leader to us. Thank you for caring enough to get to know us and talking to us every day, even when you’d be in a rush you always took your time to say hello and joke around with us. You have no idea how much we appreciated that and how much it meant to us. You are gone too soon but we will never forget you. We appreciate the little memories you made with us.. you will be greatly missed and donuts on Friday will not be the same without you.. May you Rest In Peace David, you were a great man and an exceptional leader.

Andre Odom-Baltazar

16 September 2021

David was a great man and he will always be with us. Now he is watching over us as a angel.

Thank you for Hiring me at Ortho sport and spine, from Andre Odom-Baltazar

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