Gilbert Miller

January 25, 1932March 18, 2020

Gilbert Earnest Miller, age 88 of Greenwood, passed away on March 18, 2020 in Indianapolis. He was born in Kokomo, Indiana on January 25, 1932 to the late Joseph and Florence (Hall) Miller.

Gilbert graduated from Kokomo High School, and was then drafted into the United States Army and served as a medic during the Korean War, achieving the rank of Sergeant First Class. After he was honorably discharged, Gilbert returned to Indiana and worked as a superintendent at Continental Steel of Kokomo for nearly 30 years.

On January 15, 1953, Gilbert was married to the love of his life, Mona (Wintland) in Kokomo. Mona preceded Gilbert in passing on August 22, 2010. Gilbert regularly attended services at Southline Community Church in Greenwood, and Bible Baptist Church in Kokomo. He was also an active member of the American Legion, Elks, Eagles, and was a freemason. Gilbert’s favorite enjoyment came from fishing, particularly at Wildcat Creek and Kokomo Reservoir.

Gilbert is survived by his children, Debbie (Lew) Zook, Gil (Janice) Miller, and Joseph (Chris) Miller. He also leaves 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. to cherish his memory.

Due to CDC's restrictions on public gatherings, services for Gilbert will be held privately for family only.


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Angie Zook-Brown

March 23, 2020

I am so blessed to have had him as a Grandfather. From the face to face visits to the many phone conversations talking about life and sports and everything in between. He always had a kind word to say about everyone. He would smile at strangers and truly cared about people. I remember watching he and Grandma dancing in their kitchen and Grandpas beautiful singing voice and will forever cherish the memories. I am honored to be his Granddaughter

Debbie Rosemeyer

March 19, 2020

Gill was a kind, thoughtful loving neighbor
I enjoyed sitting outside with him in the summer as he shared all of his life stories with me. He was always singing and always had a smile on his face. He was so kind and loving to my granddaughters and always had candy for them.
He will be sadly missed.
Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends

Michael Zook

March 18, 2020

I have so many memories of wonderful times spent with my Grandfather. From teaching me to fish, to going to Cincinnati Reds games, to just spending time together. He was a loving man who cared so deeply about his family and he will be missed beyond words. I couldn’t have asked for a better grandfather.