OBITUARY

Samuel Thomas Miller

December 3, 2003February 24, 2019

Samuel Thomas Miller was born on December 3, 2003 in Jackson, Michigan and passed away on February 24, 2019 in Lansing, Michigan.

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REMEMBERING

Samuel Thomas Miller

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Alec Medina

March 18, 2019

i might have saw him in the halls, i didnt know him at all. but im sure he was a amazing student...

Wendy B

March 4, 2019

Extremely sorry to learn of your loss of Sam. I've heard how awesome of a young man he was. My Children attend school, worked out with him in the weight room and think fondly of him. My prayers and thoughts continue for this family, during a tragic loss time. Take care and know God loves you and will hold you in his arms. God Speed in going through this tragic transition for the Family! Prayers for all who knew and cared for Sam! God Bless all of you.

Randy Wills

March 1, 2019

He was such a precious Child. Denese and i were honored to have known him for a very long time. He was such a great kid,we loved him for all he was. He was a visitor in Our little home and it didnt take him long to beat me at every video game we had. Prayers to The Holland and Miller Familes who i have known since my Childhood .
God Bless.
Randy and Denese Wills

Brittany Smith

March 1, 2019

We live near S & J and love everyone there. The owners are long time friends of our family. Sam would be there some days when I would came in and he always had a smile on his face. He would join in on conversations and was so polite and sweet. He was so kind and had such a calming presence. My heart just aches for his family . I pray for strength for them at this time.
May Sam rest in peace.

Angel Westerfield

March 1, 2019

Sam was a very loving , kind,smart,and strong person I got really attached to him even though we had only dated for a month before he passed we got really close to each other. When I found out from Sam's older brother that he had passed all I could do was cry. I can not stop thinking about him and how he could make my day no matter what his smile always made me smile. I will never for get him and I will always love him. I dont know his family but my prays go out to his family and I'm sorry it had to happen to him.

A saying for him: Only the good die young

Gavin Kelley

February 28, 2019

Sam was always so positive and thoughtful. When Sam walked into the room his smile would give off a positive atmosphere. If I ever had a bad day at school and Sam walked into the room my anger or frustration would go away, that’s how positive Sam was. Even though I didn’t know sams family I still want to wish you my condolences. If sam were still with us today I would try to get to know him more. let’s have sams legacy live on. It’s what Sam would’ve wanted. You will be missed but never forgotten. Rest well Sam.

Denise Urbain

February 28, 2019

I first met Sam when he started Scott School. Such a sweet boy and just had a terrific smile. I had seen Mrs Miller recently, and asked how Sam was doing because as soon as I saw her I had thought of him and his sister.
I was very saddened to hear of his passing.
I hold the family in my heart as they travel through this very difficult time.
I send my blessings to them.

Olivia Zwolensky

February 28, 2019

Sam was a very understanding and caring person. Whenever he stepped into a room he also made everyone smile and he is missed dearly and I send my prayers to his family and rest easy Sam and we will keep your legacy and memories alive.

Cammie Jones

February 28, 2019

Sam was in fourth grade when I met him when I was his teacher. Sam had a compassionate, gentle soul. His smile and bright eyes could melt my heart. I will miss his kindness and his courteous nature. My he rest in peace, and may his family find strength through their memories.

Kristen Ouellette

February 27, 2019

Every time I walked into the store and Sam was there, he said "hello" to me. Every. Time. He was 100% sweet and respectful in each of our many encounters. He would even participate in conversations at the cash register when we got to talking about games, dances, classes, and school in general...even though he probably felt embarassed about some of the subject matter, like any teen would; he just smiled and went along with it. Things will never be the same without him. Rest in paradise young Sam. Prayers and sweet thoughts to all of your fabulous family.