Frank M. Miller

Sept. 1932 – Oct. 2017
A Generous and Kind Man

About the Service

Memorial Service on Sat., Oct. 28, 2017 at 1 pm at Allen Mortuary.

Frank M. Miller, a kind and helpful man, now resides in Heaven with his Lord.

Frank was born in Barstow, CA to Earl and Dorothy Miller. Later he met and married Karen and together they had seven awesome children.

A resident of La Grange, CA, Frank enjoyed pruning his trees and rose bushes, mowing his lawns on his riding lawn mower, raking leaves and tending his burn pile. He also liked to play Black Jack at different casinos.

Frank’s career as a truck driver spanned 55 years. He enjoyed trucks of all kinds.  In the last ten years, Frank and Karen owned Country Auto Sales.

A man who liked to help people, Frank was always helping others and especially those without homes.  He was very generous to everyone.  He will be truly missed by his family and all who knew him.

Frank’s family, who will see him again someday, are his wife Karen; children Greg, Steven, Karen, Mike and Rhonda; grandchildren Steven, Gregory, Nichole; and great grandchild Carson. Frank was preceded in death by his parents Earl and Dorothy, children Frank and Jim, and grandson Andrew.

A Memorial Service will be held at 1 pm Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 at Allen Mortuary, 247 N. Broadway, Turlock CA 95380.

Please share your memories on this website.


Remembrances

  1. Frank, you were a wonderful husband to my dear cousin Karen, and a much loved and admired member of our family. A man’s immortality is in the hearts of those he leaves behind, and you leave all of us with love in our hearts and gratitude that you were in our lives. As your daughter so rightly said, “You are a man’s man,” and I so much appreciate the care and guidance you gave my son,Sam. You truly showed him what a man should be. He will hold you as a role model always. Love, Pat

  2. My grandparents often said that “Frank Miller is a man’s man.” They were right, and I am proud of that. I hope you find your rainbow, Dad. God bless.

    Love, Karen

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