Posted: April 23rd, 2015


Heartbreak Hotel
Robert James (Bob) Miller
of Medicine Hat, Alberta
died April 20, 2015.

A Thing Called Love
Bob was born to the late
Jim and Norah (Jones) Miller
April 24, 1948.

Always On My Mind
Bob will forever be remembered
by those who called him
Bobby, Molar, Uncle Bob,
Robert, Bob and Angus:
Bob’s partner Margret Carr
and her family;
Bob’s three sisters:
Marg (Dave) McDougall,
Jean (David) Nitchke,
Joan (Roy) Townend
and their families;
extended family;
and many friends.

Do You Know Who I Am
Hardworking and Kindhearted
Gruff, Stubborn and Proud
Determined, Brave and Private
A Devoted Son
A Loyal Partner
A Beloved Big Brother
A Teasing Uncle
A Good Friend

Hound Dog
Bob loved his family, friends,
crossword puzzles, his truck,
Elvis, and his little dog, Maggie.

Love Me Tender
Raise a glass –
Bob would want you to!
Remember the good times
he shared with you.

Return to Sender
At Bob’s request,
no service will take place.
There will be a private interment
at a later date.

Funeral Arrangements are by the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIUM 540 South Railway St. SE, Medicine Hat T1A 4C2

5 Condolences for “ROBERT MILLER”

  1. Linda (Dutton) Anhelher says:

    Hello to Margie and Family, My sincere condolences to you. I have always remembered our childhood homes on Fifth St. where our families spent lots of time together. Bob, you Margie and I would always share good times doing silly things, also getting in trouble, too. (. I kind of had a “crush” on Bobby back then.) I am very sorry for the loss of your brother. Take care of yourselves. .. Sincerely, Linda

  2. Adair Prouty says:

    Thinking of you all at this time. Bob was a great neighbour. Just could not get him to water his plants. He said the kind he had didn’t need much water.

    Adair Prouty

  3. Lois McKinnon (Wiebe) says:

    I grew up with Bob and his sister Margaret (Jean and Joan were younger). Bob and I were good friends right up until I moved from Medicine Hat. Bob was a kind, sweet and giving man who loved to laugh and share a joke. I could cite many examples of his generous nature. The news of his passing has deeply saddened me and I know there are many who will miss him and his great smile. My most heartfelt condolences go out to Bob’s Sisters Margaret, Jean and Joan and families. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of deep and personal sorrow.

  4. Leigh Smythe says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. My deepest sympathy to you Margie, Jean and Joan and your families.

  5. Diane Gunn nee Lemieux says:

    I am so sorry.i was searching for him on face book.He was the best boss that i ever had.I worked at The Pace Place. Iam from Sault Ste Marie Onterio.He treated me like gold.My condolences to the family.

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