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David Miller

David Mark Miller, passed away on January 2, 2022, at the age of 62, at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota, with family by his side.

David was born on February 25, 1959, the son of Earl and Luella (Lange) Miller in Carrington, ND. He was raised and attended school in Carrington, graduating in 1977.  After high school David attended Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska, for a semester; he then returned and worked for 2 years as a welder at Steinman Manufacturing.  David then moved to Bismarck to continue working as a welder for Welk Steel.

At the age of 29 he wanted a change, and decided to go back to school. David attended the University of North Dakota graduating with honors Summa Cum Laude in Criminal Justice. After college David started farming with his brothers in Carrington for 27 years; as well as working with the 4th Corporation family for 17 years on the weekends. He also served on the Wyard Township as Treasurer for several years.

David was an avid boxing fan never missing out on the latest fight news. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and YouTube. David also loved to travel with family and friends. He especially enjoyed traveling and playing guitar with his nephew, Spenser.

David is survived by 5 brothers and 4 sisters, Deborah (Mark) Wasemiller, John Miller, Paul Douglas Miller, Jean (Marc) Stratton, Caroline (John) Scofield, Julie (Dave) Lutman, Timothy Miller, Michael Miller, James (Cyndi) Miller and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and three sisters, Melanie Miller, Victoria Miller and Joan Miller.

A small celebration of David’s life will be held with immediate family, per his wishes.

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17 Comments

  1. So sorry to hear this. He was a good man and I considered him a good friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  2. My heart breaks for all of you. Lifting you in prayer.

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  3. My condolences to the family.

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  4. So sorry to hear this. Sympathies and prayers to Julie and your families.

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  5. I’m so sorry for your loss! My prayers go out to his family n friends! 🙏

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  6. Sorry for your family’s loss. I truly enjoyed visiting with David.

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  7. So sorry to hear of David’s passing. May our Heavenly Father give you all comfort during this time. This old world doesn’t offer much good anymore. May we all be faithfully connected to the Lord so we can meet again in the world He makes new.

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  8. So sad to lose our childhood friends. Huge loss for the Miller family, friends and community. Thoughts and prayers

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  9. Condolences to David’s family. He was a great guy and we enjoyed visiting with him at various farming functions. I also enjoyed him as a customer at Arrowwood Prairie very easy to work with always very curtious when asking questions.

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  10. Our sincerest condolences to the Miller family on the loss of David. As a kid growing up with so many of the Miller family and especially with David, the memories are beyond words. Deer hunting with David and my sons were memorable and the stories endless! They will never be forgotten! Truly a moment of reflection for anyone that knew David. We all mourn his loss.
    Dave, Valerie, Derek, Alex and Marcie Woehl

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  11. So sorry to hear about your brother David. I always enjoyed visiting with him when we would meet on the country roads.He always had a smile. I will truely miss our visits. Our prayers go to the family, he will be missed. Denny and Carla Hagel

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  12. David would always come through my lane at Running’s I’m gonna miss our talks and his respect. My heart aches that he passed away. My thoughts and prayers are with the family! From Matt and Emma Miller

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  13. My condolences to the Miller family. It was always a pleasure visiting with him.

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  14. Our deepest sympathies go out to the Miller family. Dave and I were neighbors, classmates and friends. We rode the school bus together for years. He was a man of few words but always had a smile and kind word when I saw him. He will be missed.

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  15. My heart goes out to the Miller family at the loss of David. Your family has suffered so much loss. I remember fondly all the Miller family from church. You could certainly fill a pew! A beautiful family. Joanie was my age. Melanie let me stay with her at Union College for senior days. She gave me my first taste of KFC. I thought she was so pretty & so grown up at college. Campmeeting also has special memories of Debbie & Joan – I even have some old pictures. We had our first hayride at your farm. Very fun! Vicky was still with you then. Enough reminiscing. Bless you all during these tough days.

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  16. I’m sorry to see him pass.He was a good neighbor and a good guy.

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  17. Sorry for the Miller family loss. We rode in the back of the school bus for many miles. Such a great guy.
    Really enjoyed talking with him at last class reunion. Prayers for all his family.

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