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Perry D. Miller, of Fayetteville, Ga.

Perry D. Miller passed from this earth into the arms of Jesus on September 16, 2013.

God’s Presence and Grace was with Perry from the beginning until his last breath in his ten month battle with cancer.

Perry was born in Pomeroy, Ohio on Sept. 22, 1957.

Perry began his career with Delta Airlines in 1978 and retired in 2006. He then went on to work for NextGen for the last 5 years.

Perry enjoyed his church (Harps Crossing Baptist Church and his Sunday School class). Perry loved spending time with his family most and helping his oldest son with anything computer related and his youngest son with his debate tournaments. He enjoyed the Braves, the outdoors, bike riding, gardening, and fishing at St. George Island.

He is preceded in death by his parents Bill and Bette Miller of Ohio.

Perry is survived by his loving wife Shelly Miller. They met in July 1981 and married 8 months later. They had an extraordinary God blessed life together that ended too soon. They have two sons Nic 30, Jeff 25, and a faithful Lab.

Perry has one sister Renee Smith of Ohio, a niece Olivia Cain of Maryland, and many relatives in the Ohio area.

Those desiring may make donations in Perry’s honor can do so to the following: Harps Crossing Thursday Morning Ladies Bible Study (for study materials). These ladies were very supportive to Perry and his family in their journey. Perry called them “The Sister Army”! Harps Crossing Baptist Church Benevolence Fund. Southwest Christian Care in Union City.

A memorial service will be held at Harps Crossing Baptist Church, Fayetteville. Services are pending at this time. Please call for further details.

Carl J. Mowell & Son, Fayetteville –


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