Condolence & Memory Journal

Sidney was my second supervisor at the telephone company. He was always helpful, fair, honest and appreciative of hard work. In the work group I was in, Mr. Miller had many social gatherings with his "boys" and their families. My wife and I remember how pleasant he was to all of us--cared about not just the job, but the family life as well. He was a wonderful role model for everyone he came in contact with. His life made a difference to all of those who worked with them even though he probably didn't realize it. Presently, I am suffering with a fracture of my hip and was unable to attend his service. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Mr. Sidney Miller "walked his talk" which is something not many people do. I'm sure God will comfort all of his family with wonderful memories. We WILL see him again.

Posted by Carl Rourk - North Charleston, SC - Coworker   February 29, 2020

Dear Bruce & Linda -
I just read of the passing of your dad. To know that the "long goodbye" has finally come for your dad and he has reached his final home with the Lord Jesus. He fought the good fight and now the Lord will remind him of what he needs to know!!!! His insidious Alzheimaers has been healed for death is the final healing. I hope your mother is well and holding up. How fortunate they both were in that you and Linda "honored your father and mother" with loving care. God will bless you for it.

In His peace and rest.
Ann Lempesis

Posted by Ann Lempesis - Charleston, SC - friend   February 29, 2020

Agnes I am sorry for your loss. When you get a chance, please give me a call at 843-795-5718. I now live with my daughter in Goose Creek.

Posted by Theresa Knight Covington - Goose Creek, SC - Classmate   February 28, 2020

To the Family of Sidney Miller,
Mr. Miller was of the greatest generation who fought for the rights and freedoms we are able to enjoy today. Our prayers are with each of you during this time of bereavement. We thank you for allowing us to help in his care. May you all be comforted by many wonderful memories of Mr. Miller and know that our Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ provides us the greatest comfort. God bless you all.

Posted by Intrepid Hospice Staff - North Charleston, SC   February 28, 2020