Ronald Eugene Miller, age 79 of Monroe, passed away on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Comfort House in Pella. The family will be hosting a celebration of Ron's life on Saturday, February 22, 2020 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. at Monroe City Hall (206 West Sherman Street). Please feel free to stop by and share any special memories or just to visit. Memorials may be directed to the Ronald Miller Memorial Fund and condolences may be left for the family at www.coburnfuneralhomes.com
The son of Walter and Helen (Belcher) Miller, Ron was born on December 8, 1940 in Grinnell, Iowa. He graduated from Prairie City High School in 1959. On December 10, 1960, he was united in marriage to Bonnie J. Tool at the Monroe United Methodist Church. Ron worked for many years and in many capacities in the PCM School District, retiring in 2004. Ron enjoyed cooking, reading, fishing and camping.
Those left to honor his memory include his two sons, Steve Miller and Scott (Ann) Miller; seven grandchildren, Reece (Kim) Miller, Ryan (Nicole) Vos, Zachary (Tiana) Vos, Nick, Matt, Emma and Anthony Miller; two great grandchildren, Eli and Audrey; a brother, Walter (Mary) Miller, Jr. and many nieces and nephews Preceding Ron in death were his parents, his wife, Bonnie in 2011, a son, Shane in 1992 and a brother Glen in 2014.
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Steve and Scott, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. You and your family are in my prayers.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you all.
I remember Uncle Ronnie always telling to story of when he got my sister-his niece to smoke her first cigarette. I am glad that we were able to get with Ronnie, my dad-Walt & mom with Jim & I at the family restaurant. We always had so much fun!!!! He will be greatly missed. Prayers with you all.
Ron always had a smile whenever I saw him at 6 am in the gym when I had drill team practice. He always offered to help with whatever.
He and my husband, Al, loved to talk football whenever they had the chance. Maybe they will cross paths in the heavens. May he Rest In Peace.
Ron was a good friend and he was my buddy at the school. I wouldn’t have been able get the concerts set up without him. We had many one on one time during lunch hours. Many laughs and a new joke every day. He would go home and check his joke book, at least that’s what he told me. Ron we will miss you. May the good Lord be with your family during their time of loss. May you meet with your son in heaven. Jerry
Ron and I worked together, years ago for Burt Breen construction. Him and were in the ditch putting in water main,when the ditch caved in and I was buried and broke my arm. When I came to Ronnie was the one digging me out.I will never forget him. R.I.P. RONNIE.
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