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Barbara & Austin Acuff B
Barbara & Austin Acuff
Dear Debbie,Tony, Brian and all the grandchildren, It was so sad to hear of Charles' passing. I will always remember him as a very friendly and happy person who truly loved his family. Treasure all of the wonderful memories you have of him and he will live on in your hearts forever. Love and Prayers to all of you, Barbara and Austin Acuff

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Samantha Miller Eason
My first memory of Uncle Charles was when you guys had come down to visit. I was around 6 or 7 years old and I was outside playing. He came up to me and asked me for a "pop". I had no idea what a "pop" was so I went running inside and told my mom that Uncle Charles wanted beer!! Everyone got a good laugh out of that! And throughout my life, through visits and through thousands of stories my dad has told me, I grew to learn that he was an amazing man that was loved very much by a lot of people. I do believe that he is now with his entire family, his mother and father, his brothers and sisters, and I could only imagine what a reunion day that was! He will be greatly missed but he is now living his reward of eternity in Heaven. Love and prayers go out to Aunt Debby, Tony, Brian and the rest of the family.
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David Miller
Aunt Debby When I Heard The News Of Charles , My Heart Just Absoulutely Broke , I had Been Planning On Coming Out To See You Guys In January . I Have Been Thinking About Everyone So Much And Have Really Missed Everyone . It Was So Good To Talk To You On The Phone Last Nite. Charles Had Been Through So Much Suffering And The Selfish Part Of Us Wanted Him Around Forever . But As We Understand The Plans That God Has For Us O What A Reunion Their Must Be In Heaven Right Now . I Have So Many Personal Memories Of Charles That I Will Cherish Forever, From My Truck Driving Days @ The Bakery To Helping Charles Work On His Old Cars & Trucks .I Really Didn' Mean T o Ramble On & On , I Just Wanted To Tell You I Am So Sorry For Your Lost Please Tell The Boys That I Love Them And Miss Them All . If There Is Anything I Can Do For You On This End Please Let Me Know . Love David , Samantha & Family
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Obituary for Charles Eugene Miller

Charles Eugene Miller was born November 6, 1941 in Rome, Georgia to Clarence Ervin and Beadie (Wright) Miller. He departed this life on December 25, 2013 in Tulsa at the age of 72 years 1 month and 19 days.

Charles had lived in Broken Arrow for the last 13 years, he moved there from Pryor. He was a truck driver and had worked for Pet, Inc. Charles served with the United States Army from June 1964 to December 1965. He was married to Deborah Conatzer on September 15, 1966 in Pryor. Charles was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Pryor. Charles collected Coca-Cola Memorabilia, was a fan of the OU Sooners, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons and the Georgia Bulldogs. He also enjoyed watching pro wrestling. But most of all he liked spending time with his family.

Charles is survived by wife Deborah of the home, son Tony Miller of Pryor, son Brian Miller of Broken Arrow, 4 grandchildren Autumn Chancellor of Pryor, Jacob Miller of Pryor, Ashley Miller of Pensacola and Justin Miller of Pryor, three great grandchildren, numerous sisters-in-law and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers William Miller and Lee Miller, two sisters Lola Conley and Edna Pokorney.


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27

Dec

Friday

Visitation

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Stephens Memorial Chapel

1525 NE First Street, Pryor, OK 74361, United States

28

Dec

Saturday

Service

2:00 PM
Stephens Memorial Chapel

1525 NE First Street, Pryor, OK 74361, United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Graham Memorial Cemetery

1670 N.E. 1st Street, Pryor Creek, OK 74361, United States


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