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Ray G. Miller
86, WWII vet, Yerger Brothers retiree
Ray G. Miller, 86, formerly of Snavely Mill Road, Lititz, passed away Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 at Luther Acres.
Born in Warwick Twp., he was the son of the late Grant E. and Margery Pipgress Miller. He was the husband of Emily Speicher Miller and they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on July 4.
Ray was a member of the Brunnerville United Methodist Church and the American Legion. He proudly served his country with the United States Army during World War II. He retired from Yerger Brothers and also worked for the former Travis Mills for 20 years. He enjoyed woodworking, country music, latch hook, playing bingo, pinochle, cards, and watching the Philadelphia Eagles.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by two children: Brenda L., wife of Thomas S. Watson, Lititz and Barry Lee, husband of Bonnie L. Miller, Lancaster; two grandchildren: Tyler and Blake Miller. Also surviving are two sisters: Doris, wife of Arthur Barr, Lititz; Joyce Sonnen, Lititz; two brothers: Richard, husband of Bonnie Miller, Lititz and Gerald, husband of Judy Miller, Conestoga. He was preceded in death by two sisters: Betty Barto and Annette Miller and a brother: Paul Miller.
Relatives and friends are invited to Ray’s Life Celebration funeral service Nov. 14, 2013 from the Spacht Funeral Home, 127 S. Broad Street, Lititz, at 10 a.m. with The Rev. Walter Kleckley officiating. Interment at Brunnerville United Methodist Cemetery. Military Honors will be rendered by the Red Rose Honor Guard. Friends may call at the Spacht Funeral Home on Thursday at 9 a.m. until time of service.
Memorial contributions may be sent in his memory to Brunnerville United Methodist Church, 517 Pine Hill Road, Lititz, PA 17543. To share a fond memory of Ray, visit lifecelebration.com.
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