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John H. Miller

March 4, 1929 — February 25, 2023

John H. Miller

John Herbert Miller came into this world on March 4th, 1929, and left us on February 25th, 2023. He was a lifelong resident of Cincinnati. He was predeceased by his parents William and Carrie Miller, his brother Bill Miller, his daughter Doris Hoffman and Ella Miller. He is survived by his soul mate of 30 years Renee (Flick) Wieman, his 3 remaining children: John (Cindy) Miller, Joy (Tim) Luebbert, Debbie (Gary) Miller and His Son-in-law Michael Hoffman. His Grandchildren: Jenny (Dale) Mitchell, Megan (Jeff) Rua, Joe/Aria Miller, Jasmine O’Dell, Justin O’Dell, Chris (Charissa Dolqueist) Rogers, John Michael (Kiersten) Rogers, Rachel Miller and his Great Grandchildren: Kennedy, Korinne, Kam, Maya, Bella, Eli and Liam.

Arrangements by Radel Funeral Home March 18th. There will be a “Celebration of Life” Reception from 1-4 pm at Aston Oaks Golf Course 1 Aston Oaks Drive, North Bend, OH 45052, preceded by a church service from 11-12 at Christ the Prince of Peace UMC 10507 Colerain Ave 45252. If so desired memorials may be made to Christ the Prince of Peace UMC or Hospice of Cincinnati. www.radelfuneral.com

John was Soul Mate, Husband, Father, Grand Father, Great Grandfather, Fellow golfer, golf course Ranger, CG&E Retiree, School Bus driver, friend and colleague to many. He lived life to the fullest for his 93 years, playing racquetball until his late 80’s and golf until his passing. When his children were young, he worked 3 jobs to make ends meet financially but he always made time to either coach or attend their sporting activities which included baseball, basketball, softball, as well as, dance recitals, swim meets and piano recitals. He continued to do this for his Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren when ever possible adding flag football and soccer to his repertoire of sporting events. He himself was a proficient athlete participating in all sports from his youth to a senior in speed skating, football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, handball, racquetball and softball, competing on Senior Olympic teams in multiple sports and on traveling senior softball teams. But nothing meant more to John than family and friends. John never knew a stranger and anyone who met him never forgot him and he never forgot them.

He will be deeply missed by the people whose many lives he touched. We love him and we will miss him so much but we give thanks to God for the great blessing of his life and love.



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