Our beloved Coleman Miller, my big brother, went to be with our Lord on October 6th, 2020 in Arlington, Texas.
He was survived by his mother: Sundee Miller, his father: Randy Miller, and his younger sister: Savannah Miller. He was also survived by his two grandmothers: Janice Foster and Delores Pyle, his Aunt and Uncle: Lynn & Mike Makovec, Uncle Bart Angle, and many family and friends.
Coleman is proceeded in death by his grandfathers: Jack Angle, Jerry Miller, and Gary Pyle
Coleman was born on June 4th, 1996 to his parents, in Bedford, Texas. He was quite the rambunctious child: he loved cars, Legos, Lincoln Logs, and Transformers, but he really loved his little sister, Savannah. Coleman had a lot of good friends. He will be missed by his cat, Rufus, our fat tabby cat. Although Rufus and Coleman’s mom had a strong bond, Cole was the one who brought Rufus home. That was his cat.
In his adolescent years, Cole loved to race motor cross and almost advanced to super cross before getting injured. He worked for AIM off and on throughout his young adult years, and he was good at laying pavers. Cole always had a good soul and his genuine heart was constantly in the right place. Up to the day he passed, he always wanted to be the best at everything he did, whether it be the best son, brother, or friend.
Coleman was a man of simplicity, and he wouldn’t want a big fuss over his Celebration of Life, or as he would put it, “This is all just so EXTRA,”. Cole’s Celebration of Life will be Tuesday October 13th from 5:30pm to 9pm at Lake House Event Center, located at 6021 W. Arkansas Ln. Arlington, Texas 76016. This venue is on Lake Arlington, with a lovely view of the outdoors. The family knew the lake would be a fitting place to celebrate Cole as he loved to fish and hunt. We do hope that our friends and family can come celebrate this young man’s life with us.
There will be no graveside services. After cremation, the family plans to spread his ashes in one of his favorite outdoor areas, surrounded by nature, leaves and honey suckle – just where he’d want to be.
Written by Savannah Miller