Fred T. Miller

Fred T. Miller

Jan 15, 1941 – Mar 22, 2017

Preceded in death by infant sons, John and Andy; brothers, Scott and Leo.  Survived by children, Sheryl DeLuca and Paul Miller (Lynne); grandchildren: Chelsey Wehrmann, Sydney, Riley and Ellie Miller; sister, Irene Williams; brother, Andy Miller (Janice); nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends Sunday, March 26th, from 3pm to 5pm, followed by VIGIL SERVICE at 5pm at the Bel Air Chapel.  MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL Monday, March 27th  at 10am at St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, 6116 Dodge Street.  Private Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Memorials are suggested to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.





  • Ralph and Donna Belitz Posted March 24, 2017 9:05 am

    It was always a pleasure knowing Fred as a co-worker and socially! In visiting with Fred at the Kellogg Field Club luncheon this past year, we will never forget hearing him speak of his joy of spending time with his grandchildren! Expressing our deepest sympathy to Cheryl and Paul and family in the loss of their dad and grandfather!

  • Patty Cranmer Posted March 24, 2017 10:42 am

    Deeply saddened by your tremendous loss. Fred led by example and with a generous heart. We were so lucky to know him and love him. I imagine him organizing a family reunion in Heaven with a huge grin on his face. RIP cousin. We will miss you. Love and prayers to Fred’s huge circle of family and friends.

  • William McCann Posted March 24, 2017 4:33 pm

    Our prayers go out to Fred as well as his family and friends. Lots of good memories with the Millers in Morningside at Immaculate Conception and Heelan.

  • George and Cheri Radden Posted March 24, 2017 4:43 pm

    Fred’s legacy is far too great to put into words. We have lost a treasured brother in faith, an encourager, a beautiful prayer partner and an endless source of laughter, smiles and small kindnesses. HIs family and our city has suffered a lost that cannot be measured. We can only guess at the extent of his generosity. I am certain that he was welcomed by our Lord Jesus Christ with a resounding “Well done! good and faithful servant!.”

  • Bob & Ann Galley Posted March 25, 2017 10:24 am

    Our sympathy to the children, grandchildren, family and many friends of Fred. We had the great pleasure to get to know Fred in 2007 at Lakeside gym. He was an icon at the gym, a great Christian man and friend. Fred was always sharing his love for his family and his many friends. He was a great blessing to all who knew him and had a gift for hospitality and fellowship. We miss him already, but are comforted that he is now with his loving Savior Jesus and forever with our great Heavenly Father.God.

  • Dorothy Hodgins-Lillie Posted March 25, 2017 3:43 pm

    So sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. He will be dearly missed, but indeed left his mark in the most important way. He led by example…. an amazing Christian. Rest In Peace, dear cousin. Well done! ❤☘️

  • Pete Perales Posted March 25, 2017 4:26 pm

    I am a retired police officer and that is when I met Fred, when he was a police officer in the 60’s. We used too lift weights together back in those young days! Fred was as strong as a ox back then! My sympathies to the family.

  • Bill & Lorie Atkinson Posted March 29, 2017 8:42 pm

    Fred was everyone’s friend and never turned anyone away. His hospitality just came out of who he was. It was an example and a kindness at the same time. Though the years may separated us, your kindness and generosity will always leave us connected.

    Love you brother.

  • Anna Posted August 23, 2017 7:34 am

    I am sorry to hear of your loss! I knew your dad as a customer at the grocery store. He’d always tell stories about Husker parties, movie nights and watching the dogs. He’d buy watermelon for his snack and corn for the backyard animals! The best story he told was about the Christmas video competition when one group snuck into the other’s house to record theirs. I left the store a year ago, and just recently heard of his passing. God bless your family. I’ll say my rosary for Fred today.

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