Obituary: Carrell Edd Miller

Posted by : admin | On : September 7, 2012

Carrell Edd Miller, oldest son of Zack DeWitt Miller and Bessie Marie Miller Bass, passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was born on Aug. 23, 1941 in Bogata, Texas and passed away in Seven Points on Sept. 2, 2012.
He was preceded in death by his father Zack Miller; son Zachary Carrell Miller; daughter Donna Marie Hastings; grandson David Carrell Bush; and sister Joyce Marie Nelson.
He is survived by his wife of 14 years, Vickie Jo Miller; daughters Malessa Ann Adams and husband, James, Latrelle (Trelly) Jean Bush and husband, David, Jennifer Lynn Pearson and Scott Holbert. He is also survived by his mother, Bessie Marie Miller Bass; brother T. O. Miller and wife, Glenda, of Kemp, Rodger Dale Miller and wife, Debra, of Crum; sister Wanda Jean Miller McBride and husband Larry of Kerens.
His greatest pleasure in life was his grandsons, law enforcement and his horses. He started law enforcement in Cockrell, Texas as a reserve officer. He moved on to Kemp, then to Log Cabin as Chief of Police, and then to Seven Points. He worked with his good friend of 24 years, Norman Terry, as a deputy constable. For the last two years he and his wife owned and operated the Circle M Tack store in Seven Points.
Although he will be missed by his family and friends, we know he is in Heaven with God, his father, daughter, son, grandson and sister and is free of pain and suffering.
From the family: “Special thanks to the hospice nurses at Bridgeway and to Brother Rivera for all you did in our time of need. Thank you to all our friends who were there to support him and the family. God bless each of you.”