Anthony (Tony) Miller
Anthony (Tony) Ray Miller passed away September 8th, 2011 in Denver, Co. He was born June 10th, 1965 in Great Bend, Ks. to Eloise and Ronald Miller. Tony’s ashes were buried next to his mothers in Whichita, KS.
Tony graduated from Estes Park high school in 1983. He worked for Rocky Mountain National Park for many years. He loved going through the park and remembering all the roads he helped plow and repair. He also helped build many outhouses, picnic areas, and campgrounds. He could tell you the names of every mountain, and point out where a picture was taken in the park. Even after many years, he could go back to the park and find someone who remembered him and had stories to tell of him working there.
People who met Tony always liked him and remembered him. He had a wonderful sense of humor and loved entertaining people. He cared deeply for family and friends, and would always lend an ear or a hand.
Tony met Jacqui Tranchina when they both worked for Multifoods. They married on July 10,1998.
Tony faced many challenges in his life. The hardest was in 2005 when he was diagnosed with Schleroderma and kidney failure. For two years he endured dialysis.In 2007 he received a kidney transplant from his cousin in law, Shane Zimmerson.
Driving was always a love of Tony’s and he worked for several companies over the years. He loved playing pool and was on several leagues. He also enjoyed playing golf.
Tony is survived by his wife, Jacqui, His father Ronald Miller, step-mother Janice Miller, brother Marty Miller, step-brothers Rick Sinclair and Joshua Miller and step-sister Annette Cousins, and many other relatives.
Friends may make memorial contributions in Tony’s name to the Scleroderma Foundation, 300 Rosewood Drive, Suite 105, Danvers, MA. 01923.
Tony will be greatly missed but not forgotten.