Christopher Michael Miller

Dec 10, 1981 - Jun 16, 2013

 

Christopher Michael Miller, born Dec. 10, 1981, in Sandusky, at age 31 passed away unexpectedly on June 16, 2013, in Marietta, Ga. 

He graduated High School in 1999 and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He bravely served our country from 1999 to 2003, traveling to various countries overseas, was a decorated Marine and served one tour of active duty in Iraq. In February of 2003, he and his Marine buddies changed companies so they could go to Kuwait and be in the first wave to cross the border to Iraq.

He attended Bowling Green State University and Life University, majoring in chiropractic in Marietta and had a passion for learning. He was extremely gifted in working with computers, loved reading, and loved hiking in the mountains. More than anything, he loved spending time with his family.   

On Sept. 25, 2010, he married Angela (Monak) Miller, the love of his life, and together, they had a son, Ayden Lanning Miller, born Nov. 6, 2009, whom he loved to take “bug hunting.” 

Christopher is survived by his wife, son and his parents, Dr. Steven and Susan Prentice; his sister, Lauren (Josh) Heintzelman, of Lithia, Fla.; his maternal grandparents, Lanning and Judith Porterfield, of Huron; paternal grandmother, Joyce Prentice, of Kentucky; uncle, Scott (Suzanne) Porterfield; aunt, Vicki Harris; two nieces; and eight cousins. 

He was preceded in death by his maternal great-grandmother, Mary Speers, and maternal great-grandmother, Isabel Porterfield; paternal grandfather, Ray Prentice; and great-aunt, Mary Margaret Waldock. 

Arrangements are being taken care of by Christ Episcopal Church in Huron. A celebration of his life will be Tuesday June 25, at Christ Episcopal Church, 120 Ohio St., Huron. Visitation will be 9-11 a.m. with the funeral at 11:15 a.m. followed by burial at Oakland Cemetery, 2917 Milan Road, Sandusky, with full Military Honors. The Rev. Wanda L. Ray will preside.

Christopher will be remembered with love, and will be missed greatly by those who had the honor of knowing him as family and as a friend.