ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gregory Miller, 21 years old, born on March 15, 2000, and passed away on May 18, 2021. We will remember him forever; a life ended tragically and too soon. 

We have shared a small sampling of our photos in the "Gallery" section. From grade school to Cyclones baseball to family vacations to high school to Sig Ep, he has shared moments with so many people.

Please share your memories and photos on the "Stories" section or the "Gallery" so we can keep his chill and quiet yet goofy and smart-assed spirit alive and remember the Greg we all knew and loved. We want to hear the kindergarten stories, the 4th grade sleepover stories, the late-night drinking at the frat with "Grandpa Greg" stories. May the good memories bring us peace.

A Celebration of Life ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, May 25, 2021 from 6-9 pm (ceremony starts at 6:30) at Fox Hollow Golf Course (13410 W. Morrison Rd, Lakewood, CO 80228) in the pavilion behind the clubhouse. Appetizers and drinks will be provided. Casual attire, please just come as you are.

In lieu of flowers you may wish donate to BCC Evolution, a mental health and suicide awareness 501c3 nonprofit at:
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Posted by Kevin Miller on May 19, 2022
We had a wonderful dinner and evening hanging out with Greg’s fraternity brothers from Sig Ep last night. We laughed and cried together while telling stories and sharing our feelings last night on the anniversary of his death. The brothers gifted Aimee Greg’s rock from the CSM “M” on the hill above campus. Greg was surrounded by amazing people in his short time on Earth, and we were all blessed to have Greg in our lives. Miss you buddy.
Posted by Jim Lalla on May 19, 2022
Greg, you brought so much joy and happiness to so many and we miss you dearly. You will live on in our thoughts and prayers forever. Rest in peace.
Posted by Jodi Lalla on May 19, 2022
We think of Greg everyday and are so grateful for all our friends and family that have connected to all of us to recognize the hurt and support the healing. I often think of Greg and a rainbow magically appears, or another sign. He is truly forever missed and always in my heart. 
Posted by Judy Miller on May 18, 2022
Greg,
Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. Your spirit was endearing and enjoyed by so many...we cherish your memories now and forever.
I love you my Grandson,
Grammy Judy
Posted by Jodi Lalla on March 15, 2022
Thinking of my nephew today and always. We miss him being around and part of our family. Our lives will never be the same without him. I find comfort and awe when I think of him and a rainbow appears. Even when loved ones pass, we can forever have a relationship with them in our hearts, body, mind and spirit. Thanks for all the rainbows and sparks, and wildlife sightings nephew Greg. We love you always. Aunt Jodi
Posted by Aimee Miller on March 15, 2022
I remember the day you were born 22 years ago today. We were so happy and nervous as new parents with no idea what to do or expect. Our only concern was to make sure you were healthy and happy. You gave us 21 wonderful years and I miss you and think of you every day. I wish you were here more than you can imagine. I love you.
Posted by Jim Lalla on March 15, 2022
Greg, I think about you everyday. You are sorely missed but never forgotten.
Posted by Kevin Miller on December 16, 2021
Greg - I think about you every day, mostly memories of good times and adventures - family trips, teaching you how to ski, ride a bike, and drive, playing baseball in the back yard (including your towering whiffle ball home runs), making cool creations with Legos in your room, fishing, camping, 4-wheeling, and watching your love for the game of golf grow and thinking about how I had a golf buddy for life. These memories made me cry for the longest time because I know there won't be any new memories and I miss you so bad, but more and more these memories make me smile and think about and cherish the time we all had with you while you were with us. You made me so proud to be your dad - you accomplished so much in so little time on this planet. I hope that wherever you are that you can see how much you are loved and missed, and that one day we can be together again. I love you buddy - Dad
Posted by Aimee Miller on December 2, 2021
Greg, I miss you so much and think about you every day sometimes almost non-stop. How I wish I could go back in time and just fix everything. How I wish mom's hug or a bandaid could have helped. How I wish I had done more and done different. I'll cherish the memories and the photos but I am afraid those will never be enough to fill the hole you left behind and the sadness over missed future memories. I hope you can see how much your family and friends love you and what they have done to keep your memory alive. You are always loved and never forgotten.
Posted by Judy Miller on September 7, 2021
Greg,
You have been frequently on my mind lately and today I can't seem to stop thinking about you...and wonder if you have at last found peace...perhaps spending time with Granny Ruth and Grandad Troy or Gramma Suzanne, and other departed Miller/Lalla relatives...most of all I just wanted you to know I still miss you and will always love you...Grammy Judy
Posted by Heather LaBelle on May 29, 2021
Aimee,
My heart breaks for you and your family. Sending love and prayers. Definitely listen to the words of Grammy Miller- wonderful insight. While I think I’ve met Greg only twice during different trips to NH, I’ve considered your family as a second family growing up. Sending you and Rachel and Kevin tons of love from NH.
Posted by DAVID NASON on May 28, 2021
I'm so grateful for all the times with Greg. I enjoyed hanging out with Greg and hearing what he was up to. When we'd get together I looked forward to chatting about the last Broncos / Seahawks game or how the Rockies were doing.  On family get togethers you could count on him to be quiet for a little bit but then zing you with that Miller/Lalla wit. I will always remember him as that tall handsome young guy wearing his baseball hats with the flat brim.  All the times spent with him will remain in my heart forever. - David.
 
Posted by Judy Miller on May 27, 2021
For Family and friends, at this time of incredible sadness, when you are certain without a doubt, that there is nothing in this world that will ever make you feel whole, and happy, loved and complete again, a miracle happens. Yes, a miracle. Something so tiny that at first you don’t even realize that it is a miracle...You open your eyes and take a breath and you know that whether you like it or not, the world is going to continue to rotate on its axis, the moon will be full every 28 days, the tides will roll out every morning and back in every evening...This breath will not matter how badly it hurts your heart, only that you are able to feel that pain and know that you are still alive...Know that your life is going to go on and have purpose and eventually, that pain will find a home deep within your soul...It will never completely go away, but find a safe place to exist without endless tears and heart ache...A place where you can remember the good times...Times that eventually make you smile, or laugh, or appreciate, or whatever that emotion is...makes you marvel at how genuinely glad you are and incredibly blessed you feel to have known this wonderful person we called “son, brother, grandson, roommate, lover or friend.  
For Gregory Troy Miller, you are a whole lot to remember and impossible to forget. I love you now and forever...
Grammy Judy               
Posted by CHARLES LANDRY on May 27, 2021
The newborn baby boy born on March 15, 2000 in Englewood, Colorado was named Gregory Troy Miller. His mother Aimee and father Kevin held him in their arms and felt an overwhelming sense of love and joy that only a parent can experience. On May 18, 2021 in Golden Colorado Gregory's journey in life stopped. The overwhelming sense of joy and love was replaced with unspeakable sadness and emptiness. The love for Gregory, however, continues. Perhaps it continues to grow through memories of joy and sadness shared with Gregory as he grew to be a young man of 21. Let us take this time to love one another through acts of kindness. Let us listen to one another more attentively. Let us learn to love ourselves. This is the foundation upon which we build this gift we call life.

Sincerely, Great Uncle Chuck
Posted by Jason Lalla on May 25, 2021
Greg, You have traveled on without us too soon. You will be missed and remembered throughout our lives. I wish we had the chance to jam in our basement, but when I pick up my guitar I will think of you.

Our love and thoughts are with family and friends who were left behind.

With love,
Jason and the Lalla family
Posted by Jon Barrow on May 25, 2021
Greg - I worked with your dad for 6-1/2 years. During that time, he spoke of you often and shared many memories of his time spent with you. I listened to stories of little league baseball, father/son Rockies games and my fave, that time your broke his leg playing football :-). I'm not convinced he offered me the "real" story behind that event, so Greg I'll just say to you "nice sack!" ;-)

Life is not going to be the same for your dad without you by his side. I know his family and friends will support him as he copes with your departure. If he ever drives thru the redneck panhandle of FL, I'll will personally see to it that he eats the best red snapper and grouper the Gulf Coast can offer. That and we'll say a sincere toast to the one-of-a-kind friendship that exist only between a father and his son. Farewell Greg
Posted by Kristi Sagrillo on May 25, 2021
Aimee, Kevin and Rachel,

We are so sorry to hear of Greg's passing, our hearts ache for you all. I will always remember Greg as that sweet adorable kid with that great big smile. I can't remember a time where he wasn't smiling or laughing. The last few days I have been looking back fondly on those Stony Creek memories and all the sleepovers Greg and Matt had. He was truly a kind soul and was always a good friend to Matt. We will continue to keep you all in our thoughts and prayers, we are so sorry.

- Kristi and Michael Sagrillo
Posted by Hannah Johnson on May 25, 2021
Greg was a big brother I never had. Growing up in the same neighborhood as well has his sister Rachel was my best friend as a child, he was always around and always had something to contribute. I remember Rachel and I were playing flag football in elementary school one year and Greg wrote down a bunch of different plays for us to try. He knew we had no clue what we were doing but he helped us out. He was always there to give me a helping hand. You will always be remembered Greg.
Posted by Kristen Riley on May 25, 2021
Aimee, I am so heartbroken for you and your family. Although I never got a chance to meet Greg, I could tell from your Mom’s descriptions how proud you all were of him and how deeply you loved him. Your photo memories are beautiful, and I hope these treasured moments help you through the toughest times. Greg was truly blessed to be part of the Lalla crew. I know there is little I can do to ease your pain, but I think of you often and pray that you find peace and solace. ~ Kristen
Posted by Jodi Lalla on May 24, 2021
Greg is my oldest nephew and I love him so much. For 21 years I’ve been blessed to have him in my life with his kind gentle spirit and sweet smile. He had a full life and was loved by many. He had lots of different life experiences which is a blessing. He was able to travel with family to places like the New Hampshire, Washington, New York City, Florida, Glacier National Park, Banff, Canmore, San Francisco just to name a few. He played sports, enjoyed baseball games, we boated and tubed, skied, he worked, excelled at school, held an office at his fraternity, drove fast cars, played an instrument, woodworking, and did many more things his aunt didn’t know about.  Mostly importantly he lived, he laughed, he loved and he was deeply loved by many. Our family will forever miss him, and may Aimee, Rachel and Kevin, & all the family & friends be blessed with fond memories and a heart full of love for and from Greg over the years that will fill their souls for all the days to come. Love you so much Aimee and Rachel, and sweet Greg will be so very deeply missed.
Posted by Amy Franco on May 24, 2021
Oh Aimee, my heart is shattered to hear of your loss. Sweet Gregory, I didn’t know you personally, but knew of you through your mom. A woman who loved you so intensely and was fighting so hard to help. We have shared together how broken our mental health networks and systems are and how, far too often, they are failing. I am at a loss for words in this moment. I’m praying for your peace and eternal comfort as well as your mom and for her to be wrapped in loving memories of your light and your lasting impact on all that were blessed to know you. Aimee, I hope to see you tomorrow if only long enough to wrap my arms around you. Love to you seems so little to offer at this time when you have lost so much, but know I am here and holding you close in my thoughts for comfort as long as you need. Xoxo - Amy
Posted by Nancy Howard on May 24, 2021
Sincere sympathy to the Miller Family. Gregory was such a sweet boy in my 1st grade class at Stony Creek. I still have a letter that he wrote to me when he was in either middle school or high school thanking me for having an impact on his life in many ways but especially by getting him interested in subjects like math and writing. I will forever cherish the letter he took the time to write to me. Hold on to all the memories of Gregory & God Bless. Mrs. Howard
Posted by Philomena Landrigan on May 24, 2021
To the Miller/Lalla family,
Words cannot express how sad we are to hear of your loss. We are so very sorry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Hugs, The Landrigan
Posted by Kathleen Labonville on May 23, 2021
Aimee, so sorry to hear this tragic news. My heart breaks for you. Praying for peace and strength for you and your family.
- Kath
Posted by Laira Fonner on May 21, 2021
I didn't know Greg well, but he seemed like such a sweet, adorable, young man. However, my mom, Suzanne, adored Greg, as she did all the Miller grandkids. I don't claim to know anything about heaven, or afterlife, but I have a hunch they may very well be in a beautiful, peaceful place, together.
Posted by Kelli Love on May 21, 2021
Greg, I had the pleasure of meeting you and spending a day in your company while redoing your mom’s patio and fence. I have a couple videos of you and your mom cutting the concrete (like bada**es) and will be sharing them with her when she tells me she’s ready. You were kind, hardworking, quiet and funny all wrapped up in one amazing young man. I wish I’d had the opportunity to know you better. I will pray for the peace of your loved ones.
Posted by Lynne West on May 21, 2021
Greg,
I am truly sorry that we never met. I want you to know that your Mom loved you with all of her heart. We talked about your struggles and I wish I could have done more to support you. You are an amazing young man and I pray that somehow this will touch someone else who is struggling and prevent another family's tragedy. I wish you love and peace and I pray for your family during this incredibly heartbreaking time.

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Posted by Kevin Miller on May 19, 2022
We had a wonderful dinner and evening hanging out with Greg’s fraternity brothers from Sig Ep last night. We laughed and cried together while telling stories and sharing our feelings last night on the anniversary of his death. The brothers gifted Aimee Greg’s rock from the CSM “M” on the hill above campus. Greg was surrounded by amazing people in his short time on Earth, and we were all blessed to have Greg in our lives. Miss you buddy.
Posted by Jim Lalla on May 19, 2022
Greg, you brought so much joy and happiness to so many and we miss you dearly. You will live on in our thoughts and prayers forever. Rest in peace.
Posted by Jodi Lalla on May 19, 2022
We think of Greg everyday and are so grateful for all our friends and family that have connected to all of us to recognize the hurt and support the healing. I often think of Greg and a rainbow magically appears, or another sign. He is truly forever missed and always in my heart. 
his Life
Greg Miller, beloved son, brother, grandson, cousin, friend and lifelong resident of Littleton, Colorado passed away unexpectedly on May 18, 2021 in Golden, Colorado at the age of 21.

Greg is survived by his father, Kevin Miller, mother, Aimee Miller, sister, Rachel Miller, step mother Ericka Knobloch, step brother and sister KC Knobloch and Sammy Knobloch, grandparents Bruce Miller, Judy Miller, Jim and Betty Lalla, aunts and uncles Kim and Tim Todd, Scott Miller, Jason and Heather Lalla, Jodi Lalla and David Nason, cousins Jake Rose, Ashley Rose, Bridget Todd, Megan Todd, Emily Todd, Jackson Lalla and Piper Lalla, his brothers at the Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sig Ep) Fraternity at the Colorado School of Mines, school friends from Stony Creek Elementary, Deer Creek Middle School, Chatfield Senior High School, and Colorado School of Mines, and his baseball friends and families from the Chatfield Cyclones.

Greg was born on March 15, 2000 to Kevin and Aimee Miller at Swedish Hospital in Englewood Colorado.  He graduated from Chatfield Senior High School in 2018, and was wrapping up his junior year at the Colorado School of Mines studying Civil Engineering at the time of his passing.

Greg was an amazing son and brother who LOVED playing baseball as kid, video games, playing the guitar, listening to vinyl records, playing golf, being in the outdoors, and he was heavily involved in the Sig Ep Fraternity at the Colorado School of Mines where he had served as VP of Finance and oversaw construction projects and other projects at the house.  Everyone who knew Greg experienced his sarcastic sense of humor and his intoxicating laugh and smile.  He will be greatly missed.

A Celebration of Life ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, May 25, 2021 from 6-9 pm at Fox Hollow Golf Course (13410 W. Morrison Rd, Lakewood, CO 80228) in the pavilion behind the clubhouse. Appetizers and drinks will be provided. Casual attire, please just come as you are.


Recent stories
Shared by Jodi Lalla on May 25, 2021
There are a lot of good memories with Greg and the family.  To name a few - started when he was just 2 years old at the US paralympics in Salt Lake City. Watching him line up all his trucks and cars methodically in a row - precisely and organized.  We all commented how he had the engineer way of thinking at age 2.  I also got to spend a month with Aimee, Kevin & Greg when he waslittle and I just remember non stop kid giggles from Greg as we played in the kid pool and ate McDonalds French fries.  
Another time with lotsof laughs was celebrating Rachel’s birthday where the family played this ridiculous game and Greg and his grandparents sat together - not winning - with “plastic poops” on their heads and we all were cracking up so hard. 
Last to share was this same family trip to Canmore/Banff and just seeing Greg’s peaceful smiling face in the Canadian Rockies mountains.
Shared by Makenzie Mckenna on May 22, 2021
Greg was my first love. I was so lucky to have gotten to know him during his senior year at Chatfield and freshman year at Mines. The first time I met him was at my Grandma’s house because my uncle Curtis told him that I would be his date to prom. When my mom was trying to get to know him, she asked what he did at school and he told her, “I pay attention”. I think that interaction sums up his sense of humor so well.
 He was so quick and funny always made me laugh. He was so kind and generous, and truly cared about everyone in his life. He loved Mines and he loved SigEp so much when I knew him, I can only imagine how much that love grew. He was so easy going and such a good sport about all the stupid stuff I asked him to do, like go to my senior year homecoming with me.
I am so sorry for everyone who was lucky enough to know and love Greg. He was a genuinely good person who’s relaxed and compassionate personality drew everyone to him. I know he will be forever missed. 
Shared by Claire McGahern on May 22, 2021
I got to know Greg over this past summer when Greg Rob Kori and I started what we coined the SigEp skate team. Greg and Rob would often come over to our apartment and the four of us would practice skate tricks over our old filled-in swimming pool. Occasionally we would go to the skate park and try to get a bowl or two in without getting in the way of the regulars. Greg was easy going and up for anything. He was clever, sarcastic and fucking hilarious with his dry sense of humor. Once everyone returned from summer break, I hung out with Greg and the rest of the fraternity and it was evident how much Greg was loved by the guys and how that love was reciprocated by Greg. Greg’s passing was devastating to so many of us, but I feel so lucky to have known him. He was amazing. I’m so sorry for your loss. We will miss him so much.