Thoughts and prayers to the family
I will miss seeing A.C. at the dealership and talking to him.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all in the Miller family.
A very fond memory was sitting near by Lucille, A.C., Stephen and Carolyn at church on Sundays.
With love and our deepest sympathy,
Charlotte and Bob Smith
Our sincere sympathy. His was a life well-lived. Continue his legacy.
Mary Lou and Roger.
Mary Lou and Roger Winkelmann
Dear Miller family,
We are so very sorry for your loss. Having lost our dad a little over a year ago - We know how much you will miss him. My dad (Arthur Geick) thought a lot of A.C.
We were very sad to learn about Mr. Miller's passing. We used to always see him and Mr. Duckworth walk the neighborhood and he always had a smile on his face and a kind remark. He will be missed. Our prayers are with Lucille and the rest of his family.
Peter and Nancy Amaral
Dear Miller Family, our Sincere Sympathy to all of the family. We first met Mr Miller as he was our Pharmacist. Always kind and helpful. When we discussed family heritage We found out he was familiar with the Meinholdt Family. Later years we enjoyed visiting with him at JW’s in Carmine. Always discussing cattle, hay , rain or lack of rain. Washington and Fayette Counties have lost a very good friend. Prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead for Mrs. Miller.
Clarence and Elizabeth Meinholdt
I was so sorry to hear of Mr Miller's passing. He was a gentle soul and a great neighbor. My heartfelt condolences to his family.
My deepest heartfelt condolences to sweet Lucille, Marianne, Stephen & the entire family. Meeting A.C. brought so much joy into my life and through him I met his family and was so blessed to be included in some of the most wonderful family gatherings. He & I shared a common love for his old family home in Carmine and that created a true friendship! I'll never forget the first day he stopped by as I was working on the house and introduced himself. Many times after that he would stop by, we would sit in his truck and he would tell me stories about the house. Sometimes we'd sit in his living room & he would tell me about his family history and even showed me his father's diploma from medical school. He always had so many interesting stories to tell. He was a sweet soul that will be deeply missed by so many.
Cedar Park, TX
My deepest sympathies to the family. Enjoyed talking to him no matter where we saw each other.
Linda Wehmeyer Pieper
I am sorry to hear of A.C.'s passing, i always like to talk to A.C. about Carmine.My deepest sympathy to Lucille and family.
Carolyn P Muske