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Information for Thomas Isaac Miller
20 July, 1910 29 July, 1994
The Idaho Press-Tribune
31 July, 1994

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Thomas Miller

    Thomas Isaac Miller, 84, of Wilder, died Friday, July 29, 1994, at a Caldwell hospital of natural causes.  Graveside services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 1. 1994, at the Wilder Cemetery, with Bishop Richard Seibold, of Homedale, officiating.  Family and friends are asked to gather at the cemetery.
    Mr. Miller was born July 20, 1910, in Blain County, Nebraska, to Harvey L. and Friona E. Egbert Miller.  He married Betty Lou Shaner April 26, 1945.
    Survivors include: His wife, Betty Miller, of Wilder, ID.; his 10 children and their spouses, Elizabeth Johnson, of Greenleaf, ID., August and Sandra Halbesleben, of Council, ID., Raymond and Cathy Carver, of Caldwell, ID., Ralph and Jackie Miller, of Wilder, ID., Robert and Emily Miller, of Caldwell, ID., Shaun and Ruth Stewart, of Horseshoe Bend, ID., Stanley Miller, of Wilder, ID., Orren and Twyla Ferguson, of Portland, OR., Randy and Kathy Miller, of Las Vegas, NV., and Chris and Louisa Coles, of Nampa, ID.; 36 grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren; a brother, Jim Miller, of Parma, ID., a sister, Dollie Liams of Parma, ID.
    He was preceded in death by a son, Jon Clayton Miller; two brothers, Tim and Albert Miller; 3 sisters, Mary, Willa and Lilly.
    Friends may call today from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Dakan Funeral Chapel of Parma.



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