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Hawk W. Miller

June 19, 1923 February 14, 2014
Hawk W. Miller
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Obituary for Hawk W. Miller

Hawk Wesley Miller, age 90 of New Hudson, died in the loving care of his family on February 14, 2014.

Born at home on June 19, 1923 in Tanner, Alabama, he was one of ten children born to Charley Kimball Miller and Sarah Stewart Miller. The young Hawk Miller left the family cotton farm in Alabama for a career in Motor City�s automotive industry. It is here that he met and fell in love with the Lenora Anderson. They were married in September of 1942 and were later blessed with the births of three children.

He was preceded in death by his beloved Lenora on June 4, 2011 after nearly seventy years of marriage and a daughter, Bonnie Jean. He is survived by his daughter, Cheryl (the late Allen) Kivi; his son, Kenny Kay (Kristen Lee) Miller; son-in-law, Edward Jean (Mary Ann) Rye; grandchildren, Scott Edward (Maura Lee), Alan Wesley, Christopher Shawn (Hunny), Matthew Gerard (Heather Anne), Kevin Wesley, and Stephen Keith; great grandchildren, Aedan Matthew, Anna Elizabeth, Adeline Louise; great grandchildren, Alexandra Jean, Abigail Leigh and Nicholas Robert and their mother, Robin Jean; sister, Rachel Louise (Bob) Groce; brothers, Russell Franklin (Janet) Miller and Lewis Albert (Anne) Miller.

A Funeral Service will be held at Lynch & Sons Funeral Home, 600 E. Main Street, Brighton, on Saturday, February 22, at 12 Noon with The Rev. Brooks McElhenny and The Rev. Dr. Bernie Raudszus officiating. Friends may visit on Friday, February 21, from 4-9PM.

Memorials may be made in his name to the Juvenile Diabetes Association or for Mission work at Northville Christian Assembly in Northville.

For further information please phone Lynch & Sons, Brighton, 810-229-2905.


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