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Henry Lacy Miller Jr.

April 29, 1941 ~ December 27, 2021 (age 80)

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Henry’s Story

Henry Lacy Miller, Jr., 80 passed away on December 27, 2021, in Phoenix, Arizona.  Henry was native of Kansas City, Kansas.  He graduated from Sumner High School in 1960.  He married to his high school sweetheart and love of his life, Nancijo Hamilton.  They were married for 55 years.  He was a retired truck driver.

Henry has several hobbies and interests.  Henry loved to travel and was an avid fisherman.  He used his melodious Bass tone voice to further his love of music.

His Christian walk began in August 1951 at the First Baptist church under the leadership of the late Rev. Dr. E. A. Freeman.  He was a dedicated, committed, loyal and faithful member.  He worked in almost every aspect of church service to include being a Deacon, Laymen (Men’s Ministry) and Choir member.  In 2018, Henry relocated to Phoenix, Arizona, there he continued his Christian service at First Institutional Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Warren H. Stewart. Sr.  There he became a member of the Men’s Choir.

Henry was preceded in death by his wife, Nancijo; his parents, Henry Sr; and Cassie Miller; his sister, Lillian Allen; and grandson, Marcus R. Miller; as well as their beloved family pets Penny; Frenchie; Casey; and Ruby.

Henry is survived by, Henry L. Miller, III (Jeannie) Avondale, Arizona; Antoria L. Miller, Dallas, Texas; and Melissa L. Ross, Goodyear, Arizona; Grandchildren: Greggory A. Miller (Delicia), Austell, Georgia; Byron L. Miller (Jessica), Lakewood, Ohio; Henry L. Miller, IV, Lakewood, Ohio; Jessica L. Miller, Dallas, Texas; Taylor L. Ross, BSN, RN, Goodyear, Arizona; Sgt. Hurshel Ross, III, Kailua, Hawaii; and Harris L. Ross, Laven, Arizona;  Great Grandchildren: Ashlyn Miller, Austell, Georgia; Norissa Miller; and Mia Miller, Lakeland, Ohio; Adrian S. Martin, Jr., Goodyear, Arizona; Kaya Miller, Lakewood, Ohio; Zamari L. Ross Laven, Arizona; Nephew: Charles Hobson (Erma) Shawnee, Kansas;  as well as a host of other close family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, monetary gifts/donations can be made to the First Baptist Church commemorating Deacon Henry L. Miller’s dedicated service.

 

 

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Services

Visitation
Saturday
March 12, 2022

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
First Baptist Church
500 Nebraska
Kansas City, Kansas 66101

Memorial Service
Saturday
March 12, 2022

11:00 AM
First Baptist Church
500 Nebraska
Kansas City, Kansas 66101

Video is available for this event


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