ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Barry Miller 46 years old , born on September 9, 1958 and passed away on August 10, 2005. We will remember him forever.

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Fourth of July

Shared by Jenine Miller on December 27, 2010

I think it was the fourth of July, or one of those summer holidays. Mom asked Dad to go to the store to pick up somethings. We were having some people over that day for a cookout. So I went to Karns with Dad. We got what we needed and headed to pay. The lines were so long. We waiting forever! When we finally got up to pay we had a teenage boy checking at the register. Dad had enough looked at me and said when we get home I'm gonna choke your Mom! She knew what she was doing sending me to pick up groceries on a holiday! I didnt think to much of it. That was the way he talked. He wasn't in the least bit serious. I looked over at the cashier and he had this scared look on his face. It was hilarous!

Thanksgiving

Shared by Jenine Miller on December 27, 2010

I remember when we would have Thanksgiving at our house and Dad would invite his sisters over. It was always so much fun! One year Aunt Barb brought a turkey so big that it barely fit in the oven and we had to go out and find a roaster it would fit into. LOL

Christmas

Shared by Jenine Miller on December 27, 2010

Well Dad, It's Christmas time again. Still miss you more than ever. This time of year brings back a lot of great memories from being a kid. I remember when you and Mom bought me my first computer you had it hiding in the back room. One of my favorite Christmas memories was of you sitting in your chair at the table on Jonestown road, every year cussing as you were trying to detangle and make all the lights work, again. LOL! I remember the one year we went to Ollies and bought all new lights, then the next year there you were at the table once again cussing, detangling and trying to make them light. LOL! Although I never did in front of you, I just smiled and laughed to myself. Makes me smile even now, just thinking of it! :) I remember the time Uncle Tom helped you and Mom wrap my gifts and I think it was Honey that opened everyone Uncle Tom wrapped before I got up in the morning.