David Lewis Miller II

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Celebrating the Life of David Lewis Miller II

Born on May 4, 1968, in Columbus, OH, David Lewis Miller II was a man of passion and resilience. His journey on this earth was filled with love, laughter, and a deep devotion to his family and friends. As an avid sports fan, David’s heart belonged to the Houston Astros and the San Francisco 49ers. He found solace in the tranquility of fishing and shared his love for the sport with those closest to him.

David’s greatest joy in life was his grandchildren, Dylan, Cairo, and Gabriel, who brought endless happiness and pride into his world. A graduate of Marion Franklin High School in 1987, David went on to earn his associate’s degree from Ashland University, marking the beginning of his entrepreneurial spirit.

As the proud owner of David Miller Cleaning Services LLC, David dedicated himself to building a successful business that reflected his strong work ethic and commitment to excellence. His involvement with the ARC Center in Mansfield, Ohio, showcased his compassionate nature and desire to give back to the community that had shaped him. David was always trying to help others and had a giving heart.

He is survived by his parents Teresa Ann Miller and David Lewis Miller I; children, Dr. Noel (John Bickers) Voltz, Niki Levengood and David Lewis (Clarissa) Miller III, sister Latrisa Miller-Pruitt (Fred Banks), special cousin Tracy Robinson, special brother Willie B., second mom Julie Gibson and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Visitation 1:00pm and Funeral 2:00pm Monday February 26, 2024 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. Teresa and Dave We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. Praying that you will find comfort and strength from your memories.
    We love you
    Diane and Malinda Black

  2. And I send my condolences

  3. So sorry to hear of David’s passing. I’m sending prayers of comfort to his parents as well as family and friends.

  4. Rest In Peace dear nephew,Praying for the Family.Love All of You.

  5. Prayers for continued peace- David and I had a very special bond his strength was in his joy and love for others. David and I cleaned offices together shared
    many fishing trips and lengthy telephone conversations about “brotherhood” I will truly miss David and his ability to encourage me during my journey of becoming the man Im it’s because of people like David! Rest well !

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