Donald G. Miller

May 12, 1939 - January 11, 2024

Service: Service and interment private

(84) of Ross Township passed away on January 11th, 2024. Born 5/12/1939 as Donald George Loeffler, he was the oldest of three children born to Fern Cora Riemenschneider who passed in 1990. He and his sister Sandra Randolph (Robert) who passed in 2006 were the proud children of Fern’s first husband Naval Ensign Vincent Loeffler who died serving his country in 1945. Widowed Fern remarried Harry Miller in 1947 and extended the family with beloved sister Judith Miller Powers (Thomas). Donald and Sandra were subsequently adopted in 1949 by stepfather, Harry Miller, who was also a WW2 veteran.

Donald married Toni Richards in 1959 (divorced) and was the proud Father of Michael Miller, Marilou Williams (Thomas), and Marcy Tait (Douglas). Donald will also be greatly missed by his 2 Grandchildren, TJ Williams (Nikki), and Daniel Williams (Tabitha).

From his sister Sandra, Donald leaves behind nephews Robert Randolph Jr., his wife Alecia and their children Mindy and Robby; Jeffrey Randolph, and his children, Jessica, Stephanie, Justin and David; his niece, Dawn Davies and her children, Jason Jr. and Derek (Davies), Agnes and Zoe (Bitz);

From his sister Judith, Donald leaves behind nephew Thomas Powers (Marissa); niece, Tammy Schneider, her husband, Michael, and their children, Bradley and Ben;

Donald worked for Ziebart in his early 20’s before establishing Don Miller Autobody in West View. After selling his business, he was Service Manager at Brant Oldsmobile until his retirement.

Donald leaves behind a rich history of friendships over his lifetime. There are so many that they all cannot be named here but each of them knows their value and place in his life.

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  • Susan Shenker

    Thinking of you all during this difficult time.

  • Sue Schmitt

    Donnie was a character. I enjoyed having breakfast with him or seeing him at breakfast at Adzema’s. I brought him hard boiled eggs sometimes and he would always ask where they were when I didn’t bring them. My stepfather Gus Sholich worked for him for many years. They had a love hate relationship…lol. He told me many stories about their shenanigans. I will miss seeing him. May he RIP.

  • Andy Kennedy

    Thinking of the Miller family in your time of sorrow. Don was super guy with great stories from years passed. He will be missed by so many!

  • Wally Mellor

    Mike. I am very sorry for you and your family’s loss. You all have my deepest sympathy!


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