OBITUARY

Lawrence Lee Miller

December 19, 1942September 3, 2018

Lawrence L. Miller entered into rest on Monday, September 3rd. He was preceded in rest by his wife, Phyllis. Mr. Miller was retired from the US Army after 20 years and had also worked at the H & S Hardware. He is survived by a brother, James Miller (MI); two sisters, Donna Gilbert and Gail Denoyer (Both of MI); and two sisters-in-law, Joyce Willman (Jim) and Kathleen Barker, who cared for him. His memorial service will be on Wednesday, at 1pm at Heady-Hardy Funeral Home, 7710 Dixie Highway, with interment following in Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central. In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be made to Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, September 12, 2018
  • Memorial Service Wednesday, September 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lawrence Lee Miller

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Rachel Curtis

September 8, 2018

Larry,
You and Phyllis were always so kind, gracious, accepting and loving of me and welcomed me into the family. You were both amazing examples of Christ's love and hospitality. You will be missed, but I know your in a better place with your sweetheart now and that I will get the honor of seeing you again one day! Forever in heart and mind...

Rachel

Rob (Bobby) Curtis

September 8, 2018

I will always cherish many fond memories of you, Larry! You and Phylis were not just family friends, you were and will always be FAMILY!!
You supported me in my military endeavors as a fellow soldier; I remember your help and company as I moved on to army housing at Fort Knox.
You were there for us all during holidays, birthdays, and all other special occasions as family; I remember having to wear pajamas over to your house Christmas morning to experience a full family Christmas! As well as many BBQ’s together at Mom’s!
You were a heck of a teacher, fisherman, and story teller. I always enjoyed hearing the memories of you and Grandpa! And I will never step on to a disc golf course without thinking of you and smiling. Thank you for putting such love and time into our family, with true heart, sternness, and honesty! You will be truly, truly missed by your family. Until we meet again, lots of love!

Teresa. Robin North

September 5, 2018

Larry I know how much you missed Phyllis which is why the good Lord called another angel home We moved here when my son was called home Ill never forget the way you held Justin when I brought him down to meet you and you've been there every since. Larry you were my dad's best friend for all his life from all the years served together in the army between KY and Alaska. The best fishing buddy ever I will forever keep all the memories of Fort Greeley Fort Knox and Fort Campbell in My heart I remember that cute little corvair car of yours and you guys pulling up after not seeing you for a couple of years My parents treasured you as my kids and I do You will always be Tiffany's Ho Ho. You will be deeply missed you and Phyliss took a big piece of my heart with you I love you Fly high my angel

FROM THE FAMILY