Gary Lynn Miller died unexpectedly Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at his favorite place on Grand Lake. Gary was born December 7, 1945; he is preceded in death by his parents, Gus and Dorothy Miller. He is survived by his best friend and wife of 30 years, Louise Miller of Edmond; his children, Shonda Miller of Plano, TX; Lucas Miller and wife Melissa of Arlington, TX; Robin LePage and husband Philip of Claremore; Jennifer Chase of Edmond; Justin Chase and wife Renee of Miami; and six grandchildren, Roman and Ava Thornton of Plano, TX; Jordan LePage of Norman; Brenden LePage of Claremore; Garrett & Jaron Chase of Miami. He is also survived by his sisters, Linda Shive and husband Gere of Del City; Paula Conrady and husband Terry of Enid, and their respective families. Gary was born in Oklahoma City, growing up and graduating from Del City High School in 1964. He served proudly in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1965 – 1967. He then began his long career in the Transportation/Trucking field. He drove for American Farmlines; spent 17 years with TG&Y in Edmond as a driver and then as Transportation Director. He transitioned to Transportation Director and Assistant Warehouse Director at C.R. Anthony’s in Oklahoma City for ten years. He proudly finished his career spending 14 happy years as Fleet Manager at Gemini Coatings in El Reno, retiring in July of 2012. With his wonderful sense of humor, caring nature and kind ways, he was a positive influence on all those around him. Gary loved his wife and family above all else and would do anything for them. He was a constant source of strength, wisdom and advice for those of us that needed it. He cherished the relationships made in his career and was always just a phone call away for his truck drivers – no matter what time night or day. He will be monumentally missed, more than words can express. Viewing with the family will be held Tuesday, May 21 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Matthews Funeral Home, 601 S. Kelly, in Edmond. Funeral services will also be held there at 2:00 pm, Wednesday, May 22. Condolence messages can be sent to the family at www.www.randytheme.dev. In lieu of flowers the family asks you make a donation to the charity of your choice, or CHAMP Camp, 1116 E. Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202, 317-679-1860.
11 thoughts on “Gary Lynn Miller”
We are so very sorry for your loss. Gary will be greatly missed. We are praying for comfort and peace for all of you.
Howard and Edwina
The kids and I are so very sorry to hear about Gary. My heart is hurting for you. I will pray for comfort and peace. see you soon.
love, Nita, Ethan and Katelyn
Louise–how sad I was to hear about Gary. My loving thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May it help you to know that so many friends love and care about you. Hugs–Billye
Prayers for you Louise and your family. I worked with Gary at Gemini and he was one of the
kindest men I have ever met. He will be greatly missed.
Thinking of you, Louise.
Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers to you and the extended family.
I Worked for Gary as a driver from 2009 to 2011. I remember the many stories we told, discussions we had. I told Gary when I left the company that I considered him a friend and stayed in touch after I left Gemini. It is such a privilege to have worked with him. I am so sorry for your loss.
My family and I offer our deepest condolences to you and your family.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
I worked with Gary at both C.R. Anthony and Gemini Coatings. He was a great guy with a great sense of humor. He was always a pleasure to visit with and if you knew Gary, then you knew that his family meant everything to him. Although, his place on Grand Lake was squeezed in there somewhere. He will be missed by all that knew him. His family will be in my prayers.
Gary was a good friend.I met him when he started working a C R Athonys.He was one of the easiest people to work with.He will truly be missed . May GOD BLESS his whole family. From all of us at Hahn Logistics please acept our thougts and prayers.
Louise, I was so saddened to hear about Gary’s passing. Although I had not met Gary, I felt like I knew him from the wonderful stories you told at pottery about your time at the lake. Like the two of you, my husband and I are lake people too so we know how wonderful your time spent there was for you both. I pray that you can draw strength from the many wonderful memories that you shared for a life well-lived. I will hold you and your family in my heart, and pray that God will give you the strength you will need. My deepest sympathies for you and your loving family.