Robert B. Miller, age 67, beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and friend was taken from us in a tragic accident while doing volunteer work the morning of Wednesday, March 8th in Ridgeville, South Carolina. Rob was born in Lock Haven, PA in 1955 to Jack and Dot Miller, the first born to their family. Rob had 3 younger sisters and adored them all. He graduated from SUNY Albany with a BS in Biology and held an unofficial second degree in Fraternity Fun, with a minor in VW Rabbit Flying. Rob loved music and was an accomplished trumpeter, playing in school bands and performing in countless church services. In June of 1983, he “Robbed” the cradle and married the love of his life Kim and moved to northern Colorado where they grew their family by four children. Rob was a Colorado resident for the next 37 years with Kim. Rob had four distinct careers including retail toys, donation management, and founder and director of classical charter schools, in Denver and Aurora Colorado. He ended his career serving his country in the Department of Homeland Security as a TSA officer in Denver, CO and later transferred to Charleston, SC to be near his granddaughter; in July of 2021 he was blessed with a grandson. After retiring in 2021, he became primary caregiver of his grandchildren, Megan & Grayson, who adored him.
Rob was a family man, an avid outdoorsman and Denver Broncos fan, a patriot and an animal lover, but he will be most remembered by his example of a steadfast man who lived to serve our God by serving others. His legacy is distinguished by his priority for and dedication to the Lord, strong love of his family, commitment to his country, and devotion to the students he served. As a strong Constitutional conservative, Rob just recently agreed to serve as a representative for his voting precinct in South Carolina.
No matter what he was doing in volunteering or business he was admired and respected because of the integrity he carried. While leading the charge in business or organizations, his humility was evident as he took on each task great or small with the same zeal. Rob was revered for his honesty and as a peacemaker could bring together those in conflict to achieve common goals. He ran his race well here and upon entering heaven, there is no doubt he was triumphantly welcomed with “Well done, My good and faithful servant.”
Rob was preceded in death by his father, John “Jack” R. Miller, and father-in-law, Glenn G. Giddings. Rob is survived by the love of his life Kim Giddings Miller, his four children, two grandchildren, three sisters, nieces and nephews and a host of long-time friends.
The Remembrance of Rob will be held on Thursday, March 23, 2023, at 3pm at Seacoast Church - Mount Pleasant campus. Pastor Dan Nygaard of Hope Community Fellowship, Fort Collins, Colorado will officiate with Pastor Joel Delph of Seacoast. The family will host a reception to celebrate his life following the Remembrance at the Miller residence. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., Mt. Pleasant Chapel.