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Raymond George Miller

Raymond G. Miller, age 77, passed away on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. Raymond was born on April 16, 1943 to Edgar and Winifred (Gooding) Miller. A full obituary is currently being written. While visiting Raymond's webpage at www.avinkcremation.com please sign the guestbook by lighting a candle, and/or sharing a memory with the family. The family is being assisted by Avink Funeral Home; 129 S. Grand Street, Schoolcraft MI.

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Avink Funeral Home & Cremation Society Nov 3 2020 8:55 AM

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Zeigler Chrysler Ford of Plainwell Nov 2 2020 11:53 AM

I remember looking forward to your family get togethers.I remember helping you with dad and shane to pick up the yard and you were bringing the trash can around the front yard and all of a sudden we hear help and you were head first in the trashcan. One time you came over and asked if I wanted to go to a car show and I asked if my bestfriend Tj could come with and you said yes we had a great time you treated Tj like your own grandaon.I will miss you laughing and telling jokes your story's eating your food that you made by the way so good Scott stole a meatball off your plate but any way love and miss you hope you are at peace ... love you

Noah Nov 1 2020 9:17 AM

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Nate Kirtner Nov 1 2020 12:50 AM

We all miss you so much Gramps. The memories you and grams gave me will forever be cherished. From my first concert at The State Theatre, bbq and blues festivals, rides in your classic cars and days spent at car shows, trips to the root beer stand and plainwell ice cream during summers in Kzoo as a kid, listening to your stories of the good ol days as you made dinner after I got home from school, telling you about all the food I got to cook around the world and most of all your infectious laugh and smile that would turn any gray day bright as can be. I know youre driving an old studebaker through the pearly gates, firing up a smoker for some salmon and beef jerky and cracking open a cold can of Mtn dew today as you look down on us from heaven. Things will never be the same without you, but youll always be here in our hearts, laughs, smiles and our memories. Love you Gramps, may you Rest In Peace.

Nate Kirtner Nov 1 2020 12:49 AM

Im so glad I met you this summer. We laughed a little and shared a recipe or two. You will be missed. Prayers of peace for your family and loved ones. Brenda M

Brenda Meier Oct 31 2020 8:10 PM

Dad, it still doesnt seem possible that you are gone. You will be missed by so many! I love you and will take good care of mom now that you are gone. Ill miss our daily calls on my way home from work and hearing about your day. Ill miss your endless supply of jerky and smoke salmon you always loved to make for everyone! Our world is forever changed without you. It does make my heart happy that you are with Jesus and will no longer have pain or sorrow. Until I see you again, love Twinks.

Annette Crocker Oct 31 2020 9:53 AM

Grandpa, I have so many things I have wanted to say and catch up on. Ill be doing that with my prayers now. My favorite memory is visiting you at work to get our Chesters fired chicken and potato wedges. You are loved and missed immensely. Forever in our hearts, Sevaneh

Sevaneh Oct 30 2020 7:39 PM

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Avink Funeral Home & Cremation Society Oct 30 2020 3:42 PM

Dad, there are so many memories that I have of you and will always cherish each one of them. My most fondest memories of of those of you being a grandfather to Carter. From him playing horsey on your leg and saying more, more, more to our last dinner together at the Beltline. You will be forever in our hearts.

goochie137 Oct 30 2020 3:34 PM

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