Robert Eugene “Bob” Miller

March 08, 1950 ‒ January 23, 2015

Cardington, Ohio
Formerly of Mount Gilead, Ohio

 

CARDINGTON: It’s hard to explain how Bob Miller was always able to lift your spirits, but the simple tempo to his voice or quick pleasantry on the phone was sure to put you in a better mood. Bob was a social guy who enjoyed time out with friends playing darts and pool.

Bob passed away Friday morning January 23, 2105 in OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, Columbus, following a short illness. He was 64.

Born March 8, 1950 in Marion to Paul and Evelyn (Beringer) Miller, Bob served with the US Army Air Corps during the Vietnam War receiving a Bronze Star Medal, and was honorably discharged as Sergeant.

He returned to Mt. Gilead and accepted a position as a machinist with HPM, serving 25 years until the company closed. More recently he had been working with Sika in Marion in production packaging.

Bob was a member of the Moose Indian Lake OH Lodge 1533, AMVETS Post OH 87 and VFW Post 8054 Mount Gilead, and enjoyed fishing and time spent at his place on Indian Lake.

He is survived by his son Shane Miller of Columbus, a granddaughter Halle Miller of Grove City and a nephew Richard Crane of Fairfield, Illinois, along with extended family and countless friends.

His family will receive friends Saturday, January 31, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Craven & Snyder Funeral Home, 67 North Main Street, Mount Gilead, where Celebrant Jerry Wilson will lead a service celebrating Bob’s life immediately following at 1 p.m. Military honors will follow on the grounds of the funeral home.

Contributions in Bob’s memory to the Wound Warrior Project may be made at the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Homes are honored to serve Mr. Miller’s family. Send them a personal message of sympathy or watch a tribute video to Bob online at: SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Bob will be sorely missed by his friends at Sika Corporation. He was a consummate teammate and a friend to many. Our condolences go out to Bob’s family.

  • I’m very shocked and sorry to hear this. Bob was a great guy and friend to many. Always had a smile and a kind word. He will be missed.

  • Bob was a hard worker at Sika and never failed to keep us entertained. He will be missed by many.

    Steve & Cindy Bouton

  • we are so sorry to hear about bob’s passing. we are truly going to miss bob
    he was loved by many.
    sincerely
    dan & terri tobin

  • So sorry to hear about Bob’s passing.

    Was a very nice guy.

    Prayers and thoughts to the family