Mitchell Miller

Mitchell Eugene Miller (`)

Wednesday, June 12th, 1963 - Sunday, April 7th, 2019
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Miller, Mitchell (Mitch)
June 12, 1963 – April 7, 2019

Mitch E. Miller of Grand Junction, CO passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 12:35p.m. at his home surrounded by his family after a long courageous battle with cancer.

Mitch is preceded in death by his father, Lenny D. Miller. He leaves behind his mother, Sharon Miller, two brothers, Troy Miller (Bette) and Lenny Miller (Shawn), his wife, Lisa Miller and three children; Brandon Miller, Amanda Veit (Steve), and Samantha Miller, as well as four grandchildren.

Services will be held at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado on April 15, 2019 at 1:00p.m.

Mitch was born in Denver, CO and moved to Grand Junction when he was four years old. His childhood was spent exploring the great outdoors in the Clifton and Fruitvale areas with his younger brothers Troy and Lenny. The boys’ adventures ranged from a “sandlot” baseball field to mud pit race car tracks for their hot wheels and home-made bicycles and go-karts.

Mitch graduated from Central High School and joined the United Stares Air Force, where he proudly served his country from 1982 to 1990 and received many accommodations during his service.

Mitch returned to Grand Junction and made a life of family, friends and fishing. He was loved by many and will be missed. He was taken from us way too soon.

In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to Hope West Hospice of Grand Junction in honor of Mitch Miller at
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  • Service

    Monday, April 15th, 2019 | 1:00pm
    Monday, April 15th, 2019 1:00pm
    Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado
    2830 Riverside Parkway
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    Graveside Service
  • Interment

    Veterans Cemetery of Western Colorado
    2830 Riverside Parkway
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Jack Bowman

Posted at 03:28pm
I just want to share a quick story about Mitch. I like many people knew Mitch from school and having classes with him. We also had the same lunch hour in Eleventh Grade. I had totaled my truck and had a restricted license that was good for work and school. Spring rolled around and it was time for Prom. I had asked Nanci Jester Schiller but had no transportation to and from the Prom and the traditional expensive meal at a local restaurant. (We ended up going to Harry-M's) One day at lunch Mitch asked me who I was taking to Prom. I told him and also included that I had no ride and would probably have to rely on my Parents for getting around that evening. (Not an ideal Prom date!) I was embarrassed. Mitch immediately replied, "Come with me and my date! It will be fun!" He said he was taking Teresa Shoemaker. I could not believe it! I was saved. Mitch had come through for me on one of the most memorable nights in my high school experience. I was so relieved. Prom came and Mitch and Teresa pulled up in front of my house to pick me up. We then went to pick up my date. Now Mitch had included in the ride a couple of bottles of wine. Very expensive varieties of TJ Swan. "Magic Moments" and "Easy Nights" 😆 I was eager to have a swig or two of the wine! Now my Date did not drink alcohol, and when we snuck off out of site to have a drink Mitch said I should not drink out of respect for my Date. I followed his advice and still had a fantastic time that evening. Mitch was right and had given me good advice. When all was done we pulled up in front of my date's house and I walked her to the door and said thank you and goodnight. Mitch and Teresa dropped me off at my house which completed a wonderful evening and a very memorable Prom that I still hold dear to my heart to this day. A year and a half later Mitch invited Nanci and me to a graduation party at his house, complete with swimming pool. While Mitch and I did not really hang out that much, I still have very special memories of Him. Thanks for the ride, Mitch! God's Speed...

Nancy Larson

Posted at 01:26am
Mitch was one of the nicest and funniest guys I have had the honor to know. So many fun times playing Phase 10 and the awesome food he and his wife, Lisa made. My sincere condolences to the entire family. Such an awesome guy and he is missed. Thank you, Mitch, for all of the laughs and the awesome food!

Angela Wetzel

Posted at 04:45pm
Mitch had a heart of gold and my home has touches of his everywhere from light fixtures to my deck. I will miss giving him crap about the Broncos and well, my friend...

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