Brian Edward Miller

March 21, 1978March 21, 2018
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Brian Edward Miller, 40, passed away March 21, 2018. He was born March 21, 1978. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

A Celebration of Life will be Wednesday March 28, 2018, starting at 10:30am, at the Neill Funeral Home, 3401 Market St, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions should be made to, Clearwater Marine Aquarium.


  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, March 28, 2018

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Connie Simpson

March 28, 2018

Although Rick and I have not know Brian for a long time, we discovered a very special, unique, caring and just the sweetest guy you could ever meet. Shocked by your passing, you will be missed greatly. I will forever be a Penguins fan thanks to you.

Chad Tully

March 28, 2018

Brian, I wish I could be there to say some final goodbyes. You will be missed, greatly. Your presence here, while way too short, touched more than you know.

Keep sharing that smile from above. It'll be impossible for us to miss down here.

Theresa Francis

March 28, 2018

Brian, I have been blessed to know your beautiful spirit and wonderful sense of humor. You were one of a kind buddy! You will be missed beyond belief. Keep smiling and we’ll see you on the flip side. Have a mai tai waiting for us! Love you B!

Christina Sullivan (Rhoads)

March 27, 2018

Brian, I’m sorry I didn’t keep in touch that well after high school but I will never forget the fun we had in band. I have so many fun memories from band camp. Rest easy friend and know how much you are missed.

Nicole Davis

March 27, 2018

I can't thank you enough for all the memories we made together. We had a blast at band, guard, wing night, weddings, and the list can go on and on. I'll never forget my early morning text messages for the Starbucks run, all those gummies bears, and your love for Pittsburgh! You are missed and loved by so many. Thanks for always being there for Jimmy and I!

Gina Moyer

March 27, 2018

I will miss your beautiful smile my friend. ❤

Richard Biggs

March 27, 2018

Growing up together was so much fun. A lot of a great memories; sleep overs, video games, playing hockey every where around your house, and sports. You will be missed...

Leonard Lynch

March 27, 2018

During the early days of parties at the lake, the back deck (which was 17 feet above ground) and stairs had no hand railing.

Brian seemed to enjoy this environment, running here and there and up and down those stairs. Finally, he decided to perched himself on the top landing which had a commanding view of the lake. There he was sitting with his legs dangling over that edge, swinging them back and forth, savoring all that he could take in....and he had a smile on his face that went ear to ear. It was as if I could hear him thinking..." I am king of the mountain, and the lake and all of Schuylkill county!"

Thank you, Brian for reminding me of what we are all made of--you came here to teach and when your mission was done, you left everyone you touched so much better for being in your presence.

Marcie Yakscoe

March 27, 2018

Brian, it was a pleasure knowing you all these years. I have so many fun memories of you from cheering us on at field hockey games, hanging at your house as teenagers, celebrating Karen's wedding and Tiki! Your smile could light up the room and your one-liners always made me laugh. I'll always remember you with that smile that is so visible in all these pictures. You will be missed.

Karen and family, sending my deepest sympathy to all of you. Brian was such a joy to be around and that speaks to the wonderful family he has.

Chuck Britton

March 26, 2018

Brian, I didn’t know you well, but I know that I and others were inspired by your positivity, and self reliance. And of course, your knowledge of hockey and sports. You will be missed!