JAMES H MILLER
September 29, 1940 – July 7, 2018
Augusta, Georgia, CSM James Miller entered into eternal rest on Saturday, July 7, 2018. James adored his friends and family and enjoyed spending time with them. He served in the United States Army for 31 years. After his retirement, his favorite past time was spending time at home with his loving wife, Evelyn. James was preceded in death by his parents; Charles Miller and Anna Peace Miller; brothers, Edward Miller and Morris Miller; sister, Eleanor Hallowell and grandson, Isaac Quinn Miller. Left to cherish his memories is his wife of 53 years, Evelyn Miller; children, Lisa (Amos) McCoy, Donald (Victoria) Miller; granddaughter, Katherine McCoy; brother, Robert (Peggy) Miller; sister, Carol (Frank) Devine and a host of nieces and nephews.
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JAMES H MILLER
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July 13, 2018
Uncle Jimmy was my godfather! He was my uncle, my friend, and my second dad after my Dad past. I loved going to visit him when he wss stationed in Virginia.
We had alot of fun in Bush Gardens, and USA water park. And of course when we went dancing at the army club. But My fondest memory was when he gave me away at my wedding 30 years ago. He was my rock that day and i loved him very much. Rest in peace and raise hell with my dad and the rest of the Millers♥️😢
Howard and Patsy Jonnson
July 10, 2018
We have lived by Jim and Ev for over 40yrs. We have never had a cross word with either one of them. You absolutely could not ask for better neighbors. If Jim thought you needed anything he would tell you he was buying it and we could use it. Tools or anything he thought we wanted . No use arguing with him because he was going to do it anyway. He was always laughing and joking about something. They're the best. We will miss him very much as now I won't have him to argue with. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ev, Lisa, Donald and Katherine. May God be with you during this difficult time. Love to all. Philippians 1:3 Howard and Patsy