Floyd T. Miller
- October 24, 1923 - April 30, 2009
- Worcester, Massachusetts
of Floyd's Passing
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My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family on the loss of your father.
Angela Sobiech (WSC)
Posted by: Angela Sobiech - Oxford, MA May 11, 2009
On behalf of my in laws:
Joe and I send our deepest condolences on your loss. With me in the nursing home and Joe just back home from surgery we are unable to attend the calling hours or funeral for Floyd. It is with much sadness that we write this. He will be missed.
Joe and Luba Trachimowicz
Posted by: P Trachimowicz - Uxbridge, MA May 06, 2009
Sue - I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Dona Edwards - Hubbardston, MA May 06, 2009
Dear Sue and Family,
I am sending my sympathies in the loss of your Dad.
May God rest him....and am sure you will have wonderful memories.
Posted by: Collette Kalogeropoulos - Worcester, MA May 06, 2009
I'm so sorry to hear about Uncle Tel. Mom (Gail)and I had been talking about visiting for some time, but finances and health just didn't seem to line up towards that goal. I'll always remember how warm and kind he was, always ready with a hug. He loved to laugh and his face would light up and make me laugh too. I'm just sorry my son didn't get to meet him. I know it's been years since I've seen you all but I do hope you're all doing well, inspite of losing such a sweet man.
Love, Cousin Mindi
Posted by: Mindi Coombs - Midland, MI May 05, 2009
So sorry to hear about your dad. Jackie and I will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers. - Rosie & Jackie
Posted by: Rosemary Naughton & Jackie Sproul - Worcester, MA May 05, 2009
It was a pleasure to get to know Mr. Miller as I worked with him on his home. I leard from him as we went about fixing up the yard the way he wanted it. I considered it a complement when he stopped insisting on being present when the yard work was done. I took it as a sign he was confident that it would get done correctly his way. Thanks Mr. Miller.
Posted by: Raymond A. Rousseau - fiskdale, MA May 05, 2009
We all did know ,we all can say, floyd Miller was a man of his day. I won't forget his peaceful tone, a man with a voice that we all did know, His love that everyone knew he wasn't alone. I'll will always remeber the generosity he would show, the one everyone did come to know. He was blessed from ower god above,which the spirit he had came from his love. Not once did I ever here angey in his
Posted by: Mike B. - leicester, MA May 05, 2009
We love you and miss you . You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Gail and family.
Posted by: Gail Rau - Midland, MI May 04, 2009
There is not a man/uncle that I admired, respected or horoned more then my Uncle Floyd. Always greeted by his warm smile and gentle hug. His door was always open for his extended family just waiting and hoping everyone would be there on July 4th. I will miss our chats about the yard, birds, history and most of all, delicious foods. Always concerned everyone was okay and had what they needed. He was such a special person to me and
Posted by: Laurie - Leicester, MA May 03, 2009