Irvin H. Miller

March 05, 1921 ‒ September 17, 2014

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Irvin H. Miller, age 93, of Mount Vernon passed away on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at Autumn Health Care in Mount Vernon with his loving family by his side. He was born on March 5, 1921 in Greenville, West Virginia to the late Milby and Iva (Cole) Miller. Mr. Miller was employed at the Ohio Bridge Company before joining the United States Army during WWII. After the war, Mr. Miller was employed at PPG Industries for 28 years and Ellis Brother’s Concrete for 12 years. He was a member of the Mount Vernon Colonial City Moose Lodge #2555 and the Fraternal Order of Eagles #760 Mount Vernon. He is survived by three daughters, Carol (Frederic) Shupe of Howard, Anita (James) Earlywine of Danville, Dixie (Steve) Boucher of Howard; four grandchildren, Coleen Titus, Gregory Day, Jennifer Day, Shane Mosher; three step-grandchildren; ten great grandchildren Charles, Rachel, Reilly, Reese, and Gregory Titus, Ethan Day, Noah Day, Nicholas, Dominic and Christopher Mosher; five step-great grandchildren; two step great-great grandchildren; and two brothers, Russell Miller of Fredericktown and Larry Miller of Pennsylvania. Besides his parents, Mr. Miller was preceded in death by his wife Maude Miller and his sister Louise Cochran. Friends may call on Saturday from 11-1PM at the Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home in Mount Vernon. The service will follow at 1PM with Rev. Marvin Haught officiating. Burial, with military honors provided by the Knox County Joint Veteran’s Council, will be held in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Memorial contributions in Mr. Miller’s name may be made to: Hospice of Knox County. To send the family a condolence online visit: The Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Irvin H. Miller.

  • Sorry to hear of the passing of your father and grandfather. You are in our prayers. Karen(Wharton) Sherman and family.

  • Dear Carol, we were sad to learn you lost your Dad. I have only good memories of your Mom and Dad and the wonderful strawberries they grew! The time comes when we each lose our parents but it is not easy. Know our thoughts and love are with you at this time. It was good to see you.
    Bert and Earnie