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Bryan Miller

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Mr. Bryan Miller, 58 of Kersey, Colorado died November 3, 2022 in Goodyear, Arizona. He was born February 3, 1964 in Greeley, Colorado to Roy W. Miller, Jr. and Gail D. Miller. He was preceded in death by his grandparents. He is survived by his wife, Nikki Miller; daughter, Jessica (Kyle) Carrier; parents, Roy and Gail Miller; brother, Kevin (Jan) Miller, brothers-in-law, Charles (Tara) Fabricius and Chris (Dayle) Christensen; four grandchildren, Dylan Landon, Jaxon, and Evelyn; and nieces Abby and Jackie.
After High School, Bryan attended AIMS community where he received an auto mechanic and welding certificate. He married Nikki in 1987, and together with their daughter moved to Arizona. Bryan and his brother, Kevin, started Miller Brothers Concrete. He had a love for fishing, hunting and all outdoor adventures with his family. But it was his love for racing that stood out the most. Bryan will be remembered most for his love of family and generous spirit.
A visitation will be held at 1pm on November 19 at Miller Bro’s Shop (3601 S. Citrus Road, Goodyear, Arizona).

18 Comments on “Bryan Miller

  1. We are missing you and always will, forever in our hearts, we will
    See you again, and that gives us comfort,
    A life well lived
    Yolie and Dave 💕

  2. Gail and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Gail. You know my beliefs and we have a great God and Savior. I believe he is home now and you all will see him someday. “Absent from the body, forever present with the Lord! Gail, you always looked after my kids at school and I am forever thankful. I feel like I was always calling you saying they are going to be a few minutes late. God bless and protect all of you!!!

  3. Bryan! You big goofball!!!! You will never understand the impact you had on so many of us! You will be so dearly missed…. Love you big guy!

  4. Prayers to the family! He will be missed.🌹

  5. One of the most amazing person I ever met. He was always cheerful. I’m so glad I got to be able to know Bryan. Love this guy.

  6. Our deepest sympathies to the family! Our prayers are with you.

  7. R.I.P. Bryan…Always injoyed talking to you ….I ll remember your Laugh…..see you on other side one day…have a cold ready….

  8. Congratulations on the final graduation/promotion to the next grade/level!!!
    Praying the peace of Jesus that passes all understanding for family and friends!!!

  9. I’m so sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. Rusty, Gail, and family, you are all in my prayers.

  10. Some of my favorite and best memories since moving to Arizona is with Bryan and his family. He always made me feel welcome every time I saw him. Rest easy Mr. Miller, you were a one of a kind, and will surely be missed.

  11. You will be missed. Our hearts are with those that remain. Sending love.

  12. Love and miss you man. You will forever be remembered. I’m sure you’re still looking down and yelling at me. See you soon brother.

  13. I was saddened to hear about your loss. My heart goes out to all of you.

  14. Rest in peace Bryan. We all will miss you, your humor and your smile.

  15. Bryan…there aren’t enough words to describe you!! One of a kind! Your kindness and generosity are actions to live by. Your big heart and smile, endless. My heart hurts, but I know I will see you again, in my next journey. Love ❤️ you my friend.

  16. Gail and Rusty, it was with heavy heart that we of Bryan’s passing. Sorry we weren’t in AZ to attend the party ìn his honor. Our sympathy and prayers are with all of you. Please let Nikki and Kevin and family how sorry we are.

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