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Ronald Miller

Ronald Leroy Miller

Wednesday, March 5th, 1947 - Tuesday, April 14th, 2020
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Ronald LeRoy Miller, 73 of Greeley left this life on April 14, 2020. He was born March 5, 1947 in Fort Collins, CO to Cecil Wayne and Gladys Vivian (Higgins) Miller.

He graduated from Loveland High School (Class of 1965) and went on to Highland Community Junior College where he obtained an Associates of Arts in US History.

He married Jill Carol Glover on March 7, 1970 at the First Christian Church, Loveland.

Ron worked at Ttec in Greeley. He enjoyed movies, leather work, garage sales, making fudge, telling stories, collecting movie memorabilia and Hopalong Cassidy items.

Survivors include his wife, Jill Miller of Greeley; son, Chris (Jamie) Miller; daughter, Erin Miller of Greeley; grandchildren, Trystan and Jordynne Miller of Windsor; sister, Darla (Steve) Bower of Pinedale, WY; niece, LaRhea (Ed) McBee of Salt Lake City, UT; nephew David (Leesa) Bower of Evanston, WY; step-mother, Lorna Miller of Loveland.

He was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents and several aunts and uncles.

Life Celebration will be held at a later date. Memorial gifts may be made out to “Jill or Erin Miller” or “Loveland High School” in his name in care of Adamson 2000 47th Ave., Greeley, CO 80634. Friends may leave condolences at AdamsonCares.com.
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Carolyn Luckey

Posted at 07:08pm
I was so sorry to her about Ron's passing as I had been praying for him for several weeks during his illness. I remember him as a little boy when we would all meet at Aunt Nellie's and Uncle Harold's. I also saw him at the memorial services for his grandparents and parents and cousin Timmy. You have my deepest sympathy and may the Lord keep you in his tender care.
Carolyn Higgins Moree Luckey

Jessica thomas

Posted at 03:57pm
Jill, Erin, Chris - we are so sorry for your loss. Ron was always a pleasure to have around. We enjoyed his annual Christmas platter of goodies. Of course Bret will miss his garage sale buddy. If there is anything you need, please do not hesitate to call. You are in our thoughts.

-Bret, Grant, Jess, Kaylee and Josie

Jamie Miller

Posted at 12:10pm
Ron will truly be missed by many! Our son will miss going to the movies with him on Saturday's and our daughter will miss having him at her horse shows to cheer her on.

Jim Miller

Posted at 10:14am
When I was a freshman in high school, Ron worked at the Rialto movie theater as a doorman and changing the marque. I was a scrawny little kid and was able to get in with buying a "kids" ticket instead of an adult. The cut off age was 12 and I was in high school so too old for the kids ticket. One evening I handed Ron my ticket, and he looked at me and said, "Hey, I know you. You are in one of my classes. You are older than 12". The gig was up. But he still let me in. We soon became friends even though I had to pay adult prices.
Before long he asked if I was interested in helping him change the market and the movie posters and help clean the theater on weekends and maybe once or twice during the week. I could get in free, have all the free popcorn and free cokes I wanted., I just had to furnish the popcorn container and the coke cup. It was a good deal and I never missed any of the good movies. I think I did this for at least two years and maybe more. For sure Ron did it through the rest of high school.
I was also student manager for the Loveland High School football team as a sophomore and junior. Ron also wanted to be a student manager in our junior year, and the coach said OK. He probably wanted to have at least one guy that knew what he was doing. Ron fit the bill.
After we graduated we were both in the Army but never stationed together. I stayed overseas several years and only got back to Loveland once a year for a couple of weeks. We might meet up for an hour or two at the most.
We did visit in a nice reunion with our wives at the 10th High School reunion in 1975. He had some very interesting stories about movie celebrities he had met since he was still in the movie theater and entertainment industry.
After that we never saw each other until we both showed up for Steve Beauprez's Celebration of Life in Loveland in, I think, May of 2017. It may h ave been 2018 - I don't exactly recall. It was good to see him and relive some of the old times again. We did keep in touch on Facebook and via emails.
I am saddened at his passing. He is probably one of the closest of my high school friends to have moved on. He was a good man.

Jim Miller - Loveland High School Class of '65

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