David Lynn Miller

March 18, 1948August 9, 2019

David Lynn Miller, age 71, of Kennesaw, GA, passed away on Friday, August 9, 2019. He was born in Clinton, IL March 18, 1948, son of Andrea & Phillip Miller.

David graduated with a Master’s Degree in Finance from the University of Illinois and went on to become a state insurance auditor. Mr. Miller dedicated his time to helping others and taking great care of his family. After retiring, he volunteered at Emory University Hospital and served on the COVS/board. He also volunteered at Kennestone Hospital, was treasurer for Mended Hearts (Chapter 81), and was a spiritual advisor with Stephen Ministries. In his spare time, David enjoyed reading and Baseball. Mr. Miller was known for his kind and gentle spirit.

David Miller is survived by his daughter, Rachael Day and husband Michael, treasured grandson Austen Day; siblings, Gail Mallin and husband David; John “Merrill” Miller and wife Jane; Sandra Hitch; as well as several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his niece Natanya Joy Mallin.

A memorial service to honor the life and memory of David will be held at Acworth United Methodist Church on Saturday, August 17th at 2:00pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Acworth United Methodist Church, Mended Hearts (Chapter 81), or Emory COVS in his honor.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 17, 2019


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Perlitia Kitt RN

August 14, 2019

Working with David was always a pleasure. I keep expecting him to come around to Pre OP with or patients . I miss seeing him coming into the unit here at Emory. Sometimes, you can tell he was having a little more difficulty in walking but he never , ever, complained. Always greeted you with a kind sprit and smile.

Edith Bailey

August 14, 2019

My sincere condolences to your family! It was a joy to work with Dave here at Emory, I will miss him. Praying for peace during this time of loss.


Eli Gosnell

August 14, 2019

Emory Hospital- Perioperative Services:
We extend our deepest sympathies to the Miller family. The loss of Dave has had a tremendous effect on the staff and we mourn his passing.
Dave was a dedicated volunteer at Emory University Hospital. His commitment evident in his every effort.

If we really die twice. Once, physically, then a second time when our name is uttered by someone for the final time, Dave will live long.

Tracie Roberson

August 14, 2019



August 13, 2019

Thank you for being one of my first E.I.C. when I first with the Illinois Department of Insurance. We sure had fun working together. I still remember going to lunch and dinner when we were assigned out of town. Bloomington and Joliet, Illinois were my great memories of you.
I was so glad to have known a kind and humble person such as you.

May our Almighty God reward your soul with His presence.