Cletus L. Miller
August 21, 1964 -- May 1, 2019
Cletus L. Miller, 54, of Middlebury, died at 10:05 am on Wednesday,
May 1, at his brother’s residence in Middlebury. He was born on
August 21, 1964, in Goshen, to Larry E. and Mary E. (Miller) Miller.
Survivors include a son, Travis Miller of Elkhart; grandson, Mason
Miller and two granddaughters, Payton Miller and Kiele Garland;
mother, Mary E. Miller of Goshen; sister, Carolyn (Glen) Lambright of
Topeka; five brothers, Maynard (Lora) Miller of Millersburg, Merle
(Katie) Miller, Larry Jr. (Kristine) Miller both of Goshen, Ervin (Mary)
Miller of Middlebury, Steve (Elnora) Miller of Topeka. He was preceded
in death by his son, Derek Miller and father, Larry E. Miller. He
attended Restōr Church in Goshen. Cletus loved his family and
friends and enjoyed riding his motorcycle. Visitation will be from 5:00
- 8:00 pm on Thursday, May 2 and 2:00 - 4:00 pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm
on Friday, May 3 at Fairhaven Mennonite Church, 13513 State Road 4,
Goshen. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Saturday, May 4 also
at the church. Services will be conducted by Pastor Gene Troyer.
Burial will be in Thomas Cemetery, Goshen. Memorials may be given
to the funeral home to assist with funeral expenses.
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Rest in peace and ride on my friend; you are loved and will be forever
From: Steve and LeAnne Skelton
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Never have I met a man that was so loved by many!! He was a dear
friend!! Praying for all of you that you have the strength to get through
these tough times!! Fly high Cletus!! Love you!
Sally and Joe Mink
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Oh! I am so sorry for your loss! Mom Mary, I am especially praying for
From: Rev Jane Miller
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Thoughts and prayers to family members, and so sad to lose such a
good person!! He will be missed deeply.
From: Tom and Pam Frost
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I've known Cletus forever it seems. Such a sweet kind hearted man.
This world was a better place with him in it. Loved by so many. He will
be greatly missed. Rest in paradise dear friend.
From: Kathy Wharton
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I remember when he lived next door to me at Roxbury Park. He
conquered so many hurtles in his life. His family was important to him
and he cared for them deeply. Rest in peace.
From: Jane Hoover