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Allnutt Funeral & Cremation - Macy

6521 W. 20th Street, Greeley, CO

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Mark Alan Miller

October 13, 1950September 8, 2020

Mark A. Miller, of Greeley, passed away September 8, 2020, at his home residence. Mark was born October 13, 1950, to James and Helen (Quier) Miller.

Mark was born and raised in Greeley. Mark was a 1968 graduate of Greeley Central High School and attend both Aims and the University of Northern Colorado. Mark served as a Deputy Sheriff for five years and went on to work as an insurance and investment agent for over 32 years.

At an early age, Mark fell in love with the girl across the street, Ann Richardson, and at thirteen years old declared that he would someday marry her. On April 10, 1970, he did indeed marry Ann at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Greeley. Together they had three beautiful daughters, Koree, Libbie and Ivy. Mark was a loving Husband, Father and Poppy. He was devoted to his loved ones and had a clever sense of humor. He loved to talk and conversations with Mark never lagged or were ever boring. He loved music, movies and hunting. His interests included cars, karate, and a passion for horses.

Mark is survived by his wife, Ann, his daughters, Koree (Jim) Minor, of Beaverton, Oregon, Libbie (Jerod) Schoenleber, of Vancouver, Washington, and Ivy (Matt) Brunson, of Centennial, Colorado grandchildren, Ellie, Bodie, Colebren, Abbie, Hudson, and Quinlyn, and a sister, Patricia (Robert) Cardinale.

He is preceded in death by his father, James, an aunt, Dorothy Thomas and Ann’s parents, Bette and Clair Richardson.

A memorial service will be held Tuesday, September 15, 2020, at Allnutt Macy Chapel, 6521 W. 20th Street, Greeley, at 2:30 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Make-A-Wish, in honor of Mark.

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D Demmel

September 16, 2020

Ann,

So very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family.
Debbie Demmel

Paulette Curry

September 16, 2020

Annie....my heart is grieving with you and your family over your
loss of Mark. What a great guy he was! He always had a friendly smile and kind word for others, It was so wonderful to see you both at the reunion. I pray the Lord will bring you comfort and put His love and protection around your heart.
Bless you,
Paulette (Anderson) Curry

DANNY WEITZEL

September 14, 2020

I was deeply saddened to hear of Mark's passing. I first met Mark when we worked summers at Preston Steel while we were in college. That was about 50 years ago! I immediately thought Mark was a very gregarious guy who loved life and loved spending time with family and friends. I have many fond memories of my time with Mark that I will never forget! My thoughts and prayers go out to Ann and family.

Steven Whitaker

September 14, 2020

So sad to hear of the loss to the Miller family and all who loved Mark. He will always be remembered as a great friend and someone who cared. We had lots of good times on the baseball diamond, and in class as well. I pray God is near to Ann and everyone who will always miss him. It was good seeing Mark and Ann at the reunion in 2018. Thanks for the good times Mark.

Rick Allnutt

September 13, 2020

Mark was kind of the big brother for many of us in the old neighborhood. I am sorry to learn of his passing.

Rick Allnutt

Linda Reichwein Sands

September 13, 2020

What a stand up guy Mark was. I mourn with you, Annie. So sorry for your sorrow and the pain you must have. May the love you had and the memories flood your minds and hearts in the coming days, weeks, months and years. I know he left a legacy behind in all of you. Praying God's Long Arm of Comfort carries you through it all. Linda Reichwein Sands

Jerry Stone

September 12, 2020

Mark was a special person, always quick to smile and engage in thoughtful conversation. The lost art of visiting with one wasn’t lost to Mark. He had a strong moral compass and stood by his beliefs. After high school and college we lost contact for some time. I’m gratified we were able to connect and meet occasionally the last few years. Ann, my deepest condolences, I am so appreciative you have a strong loving family for support in this time of grieving. He will be missed by many. God bless.

De Anna Hundley

September 12, 2020

I will never have just one memory of my adopted “Dad.” Mr. Miller was one of the most kindhearted and loving humans I was ever blessed to know. For over 42 years of my life, my heart has known him as a second father, as I was blessed to know him because of my friendship with Koree.
The last time we saw one another, we reflected on the years, and how much it meant to have him in my life. The huge smile, and loving “hi honey” he called out when we saw one another warmed my heart.
Daddy Miller will always be one of the most memorable humans in my life. God Bless Momma and the girls. He will be missed so much.

Sally Sanders

September 11, 2020

My thoughts and prayers and virtual hugs to Ann and family.

Susan Neel

September 11, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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