Gary D. Miller


Gary D. Miller


Gary Miller

Gary D. Miller, 77, passed from this life to his heavenly home on Sept. 11, 2017, from complications of Myasthenia Gravis, an incurable autoimmune disease.

Gary led a full life. He grew up in Livingston, roaming and hunting in the mountains and all the fishing holes he could find on the Yellowstone River. He joined the Air Force after high school and was stationed at nine different places. He later worked for Boeing, Japan Air Lines and concluded his career with 27 years in Colstrip for Montana Power (PPL) before retiring to Billings.

He and his wife, Nancy, were foster parents for 23 years. Since retirement, he and his wife have spent most of their winters in Yuma, Arizona. The last few years, he served as an outreach minister for the Church of Christ in Roundup. Up until the last few days of his life, he was planning his next meal and next big fishing trip.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy, of 53 years; children Belinda Bly, Kristen Bolejack (Kevin) and Damon Miller. He is also survived by four grandchildren, Brentton (Kelsie), Joshua, Casey (Aterra) and Lauren; sisters Juanita Hill and Della Anderson; and many other friends and family who loved and admired him.

Services will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, at the Church of Christ at 10th and Alderson. Burial will be at a later date at Yellowstone National Cemetery in Laurel.

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7 thoughts on “Gary D. Miller”

  1. I am so sorry for your loss of such a sweet kind man. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I hope the Lord will hold you close through this very sad time. Much Love. Loni Gregg Hartman.

  2. So sorry to hear of his passing. He has been a wonderful neighbor and such a kind soul. Rest in Peace sweet guy.
    Amanda Wilcox and family

  3. Belinda, my condolences to you and your family. May you find comfort in your father’s memories and may God wipe away your tears. May your father’s soul rest in peace.

  4. Emma (Bickle) Weight

    Gary was one of my few classmates who visited us at our farm home NE of Rosebud. I so enjoyed his friendliness and kindness. God bless his family, you lost a fine man.

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