Harold Wayne Miles

March 20, 1949August 30, 2019

Harold Wayne Miles was born on March 20, 1949 and left us on August 30, 2019. He was born to Julius Carroll “Jude” Miles and Ruby D Berry and was raised in Mills County, TX. He moved to Dallas in 1972 where he met the love of his life Vicki on a blind date that same year. They married four months later and spent the next 46 years together.

Harold was fiercely proud of his family. He spent his time working hard for that family, coaching his girls in sports, volunteering on the sidelines at Frisco High School football games, listening to The Ticket sports radio, watching the Cowboys, Rangers, and Mavericks play, and attending every sporting event his girls played while cheering them on. He will be remembered as a family man who never missed an opportunity to support his loved ones.

Harold retired in 2011 after 40 years in the plumbing business as a Master Plumber. He then spent his time with his wife, his daughters, and his two precious granddaughters Haley and Paige.

He is survived by his wife Vicki Miles, their two daughters Brandi Miles, Jordan Carlisle and her husband Travis, and his two granddaughters Haley and Paige Carlisle. He is also survived by his is brother Elam and his wife Linda, his brother Danny and his wife Sharron, his brother Charles and his wife Pam, his brother Barry, his brother Randal and his wife Renee, his sister Joyce and her husband Rock Shipley, and many nephews and nieces. He loved his family dearly and he never hesitated to tell them. He lived a life that included working hard, loving unconditionally, being kind, and putting his family first.

We will forever miss him. We will forever love him.


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Ella Morgan

September 2, 2019

Harold and I went through all 12 grades together at Star School. He was a great athlete, had a dry sense of humor but was a good friend.

You will be missed, dear friend. RIP, Harold....Class of ‘67