Timothy C. Miller
June 7, 1947 – June 17, 2020
Timothy C. Miller passed away June 17, 2020 after a courageous 13 year battle with colon cancer. He went home to be with Jesus surrounded by his loving wife and friends.
Tim was born June 7, 1947 in Lincoln, NE to Ned and Rosemary (Hall) Miller. He graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School and joined the Navy. He served in the Vietnam War. Tim graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Bachelor’s degree in business. He was a long-time managerial employee for Cudahy Foods until his retirement.
Tim married Susan Freed in August 1987. They enjoyed traveling together, music and spending time with their family and friends. Tim never knew a stranger, was kind-hearted, and never passed up a good thrift store.
Tim is survived by his wife Sue; children: Josh (Hannah) of York, Adam (Denise) of Broomfield, CO, and Reed (Tia) of Johnson; grandchildren: Barrett and Clare, Alexis, Ben and Chris, and Layla, Chase and Quinn. He is also survived by sister, Gay (Marvin) Pesek of Eagle and brother, Kevin of Lincoln. Tim will be missed by nieces and nephews, cousins, friends, and his beloved furry BFF Yeti.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Tim’s wishes were to be cremated. Family will greet guests during a visitation Friday, June 19 from 4:00-7:00PM. A funeral service will be Saturday, June 20 at 3:00PM at Heafey Hoffman Dworak Cutler Funeral Home. There will be a military service at Omaha National Cemetery at a later date.
Condolences may be sent to the family or the funeral home. Memorials will be designated at a later time. The family would like to extend their sincerest thanks to Hillcrest Hospice for their months of care for Tim and his family.
Sue and the boys, our deepest sympathies to you all! Tim was a great guy who we loved and always enjoyed to hear him laugh. May God fill your hearts with peace, knowing he is pain free and resting in his Saviors arms💙🙏God Bless you all.
Sue, We are so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. We always enjoyed visiting with him and seeing his smile. He put up a big fight and is now at peace..
Josh, Adam, Reed & families, we are sorry to here of your Dad’s passing. Treasure the memories and God’s peace be with all of you.