MILLER, Timothy

Posted: May 30th, 2019


Suddenly our son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend left us all with voids in our hearts. Timothy Christopher Miller passed away on April 15, 2019 due to a heart attack. Fortunately, he passed doing what he loved, long haul trucking. He grew up on a farm in Limerick, Saskatchewan and graduated from high school in Lethbridge, Alberta. He loved horseback riding and keeping in touch with family and friends around the world. Tim was predeceased in death by Marianne & George Miller, Bill Yee, and Lisa Yee. He is remembered fondly by Ginne & Al Mistal, Gina Cook, Kathleen Haack, Leanne Erlindson, Raymond Miller, Lisa Miller, Susan Twellman, and many nieces and nephews.

4 Condolences for “MILLER, Timothy”

  1. Kimberly Hunt-Calvert says:

    I am very saddened to hear of Tim’s passing. We were great friends from our Lutheran youth group days and recently had connected again. My heart goes out to all of his friends and family. Tim’s laugh and twinkle in his eye when he was up to something are some of my favourite memories.
    Kim Hunt

  2. Pete Dyck says:

    Very sad to hear of Tim’s passing. Many fond memories of trucking with Tim years ago. Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed by many.

    Pete Dyck

  3. Don Stafford says:

    Tim was a great guy who would give you his last dollar if you needed he helped me back in the Hi Way Service days with getting my trucking career going helping me with my first US exposure and various aspects of the industry he was a true trucker took his job seriously and loved what he did. I ran into my ol buddy bout 6 months ago in Great falls Montana after bout a ten year absence from contact it was after midnight at the fuel island I heard his voice and knew hey it’s Boomer and he says hey Donny how the hell are ya! We had a quick chin wag exchanged numbers and went our separate ways. So long my friend you left a imprint in my memories never forgotten forever cherished I was lucky to know Tim he had a heart of gold with a positive outlook. Catch ya on the flip side Boomer!!!

  4. Dave Norgardt says:

    My sincere condolences to the Miller family, on hearing about Tim’s passing…Tim and I worked together for quite a while back in the early 1980’s…I remember us getting together many times for a visit at my house, and his…Harpo’s Pizza, ..road trip to Calgary..Etc…Rest in Peace my friend….From an old friend at Canadian Tire Store # 327 Lethbridge…

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