Robert Miller

Obituary of Robert G. Miller

Robert Garfield Miller (Clifton Springs, NY) - Robbie Miller passed away peacefully on February 28, 2024 after a brief struggle with pneumonia. He was surrounded by loving family members. Robbie was a special individual. Born perfect in every way on April 28, 1952, he eventually became severely delayed in his mental capacities due to PKU (Phenylketonuria). Although the way to successfully treat PKU was discovered soon after, the damage was done and he was institutionalized in Newark, NY at the age of seven, much to the heartache of his family. Today, the family rejoices for Robbie, as he is finally free of his earthly body and has entered into his heavenly reward with his savior Jesus (John 5:24). His father, Robert Miller and mother, Alverna Miller predecease him as well as one nephew: Francisco “Paquito” Garza and two grandnieces, Calsea Foote and Faith Soja. Robbie leaves four siblings, Luanne (and Cliff Domm) of Floral City, FL, Marcia (and Ray Soja) of Fairport, NY, Vicki (and Francisco “Paco” Garza) of Orlando, FL and George (and Laurie Miller) of North Cohocton, NY as well as thirteen nieces and nephews: Bob (Domm), Tammy (Foote) and Michelle (Anderson), Stephen, Gregory, Katelyn and Geoffrey (Soja) Elisa (Kammeyer), Jessica (Hallancia), David, John and Daniel (Garza) and Michael (Miller) as well as twenty-seven great grandnieces and grandnephews: Meagan (Johnson), Brittany (Kuka), Raven (Foote), Tyler and Ryan (Domm), Josephine, Natalie, Hope and Michael (Soja), Deacon, Madeline, Elaina, Jadon (Hallancia) Jordan, Eden, Leah, Judah, Lauren and Anna (Kammeyer) Gideon, Makara, Giselle, Evelyn, Rebecca, Anika, Beverly, and Johnny (Garza). Also, a great-great grandniece Ava (DeBoo) and a great-great grandnephew Kyran (Kuka). He will be laid to rest by St. George-Forsythe Funeral Home of Wayland at Clearview Cemetery in North Cohocton March 7th in a graveside service. A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, May 26th at Branch of the Lord at 7027 County Road 12 in Naples from 3:00 – 4:30 for family and friends with light refreshments and fellowship.


Clearview Cemetery, North Cohocton, NY
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