Arthur L Miller

September 18, 1936March 7, 2019

Arthur L. Miller, 82, of North Charleston, passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at the Ralph H. Johnson VA hospital in Charleston, SC. He was born September 18, 1936 in Newberry, SC.

He was a Veteran of the US Navy. After the Navy, Arthur went to work for the Charleston Naval Shipyard and the Naval Weapons station. He was heavily involved in organizing the USS Betelgeuse Battleship reunions. He was a member of the Hammerton Masonic Lodge, and a Shriner. As an avid watcher of TV News, football, he spent many hours yelling at the TV ! Arthur and his late wife spent many hours helping with the Northwood's Community Center, and really enjoyed spending time a lot of time there, helping or chatting away with whomever would listen after his wife passed. He was a dear friend to those who new him and he loved to chat with them.

He was a loving father, grandfather and husband and enjoyed his many friends and loved to socialize and talk.

Arthur is survived by his daughter, Amanda (Bobby Martin) Miller, of Conway, SC, one grandson, Kyle Nicholson, of Conway, three great-grandchildren, Nathaniel Brown, of Charleston, Cody Nicholson, of Charleston, and Hannah Nicholson, of Conway, a niece, Ruby Point-Miller, great-nieces, Wendy Donahue and Carrie Burton, Allie Compton and Aminee Point, a great-nephew, James Point, a first cousin, Mary Beck-Ackerman, and his caregiver, Diane Montgomery.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth Miller, his father, Joe Price Miller, a son, Kevin Miller, siblings, Ernestine Fuller, Ruby Miller, Alfonso Wannamaker, Edward Miller, and John Miller and His nephew and nephews wife, Stanley and Joyce Fuller.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 11:00 am in the Chapel of Carolina Memorial Funeral Home, the Rev. Harvey Fields officiating. Military Honors and Masonic Rites will follow the service.

Carolina Memorial Funeral Home and Cremations (843) 797-2222


  • Memorial Service Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Arthur L Miller

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