Steven Anthony Miller
June 24, 1977 – June 2, 2021
Steven Anthony Miller, 43 of Graham, WA passed away unexpectedly on June 2nd 2021 in Seattle, WA
He is survived by his wife Melissa, his 6 children Jerran, Kelsey, Kylee, Hailey, Shawn and Lexie. His 4 grandsons Odin, Mason, Jaxson and Hudson as well as his mother Deborah, his two sisters Kristin and Katie and his brother Brian. Along with many other loving family members, close friends and coworkers. He is a proud member of the operating engineers local 302 union. He would want to be remembered as a loving husband, an amazing dad, a fun poppa and a hard worker and to his family he was just that. He believed in family first and that is what mattered to him most.
Service details to be released at a later date.
To all the wonderful people who have been there for us during this difficult time we are so grateful to you for the love, support and prayers you have shown us. We know Steven would be incredibly thankful too. Thank you so much.
Saturday, July 10, 2021
Steven Anthony Miller
June 17, 2021
You are the love of my life, my best friend, my soul mate and the other half of my heart that makes me whole. You have and always will be the only person in the world who knew the real me. We let our walls down and loved each other with our whole hearts. I will honor you, love you and make you proud all the days of my life. We will be together again and I can't wait to see you, kiss you and be in your arms again. I will uphold all the promises we made to each other and make sure our babies never forget how much you loved each and every one of them. I will include you in all things and never allow you to be forgotten so your grand babies will grow up knowing how much you loved being their Poppa. I know in my heart you are by my side always. I miss you so much, you are my first thought when I wake up and the last thought I have when I close my eyes. I will dream of you every night and take you with me on every adventure until we are united once again. I love you baby. Always.
June 16, 2021
I would spend every morning at work with Steve waiting to clock in. Between him, Scott, and myself, we would pass the time by making fun of eachother and even more people outside of our little circle. Steve was without question my friend and I miss him every day.