Joseph Preston Miller
1971 - 2022
Joseph Preston Miller ,“Joe” , 51, of Winston-Salem, NC., passed November 4, 2022.
Joe was born on June 14, 1971 to and is survived by James Miller and Sue Townsend.
Joe is survived by two sisters, Beth Miller and Kaye Artiguez (Miller). Joe is also Survived by 3 nieces and 1 nephew, Andrea Hart (Artiguez), Ashley Artiguez, Michael Artiguez, and April Artiguez. Joe is also survive by one great-niece, Hailey Hart.
Finally, Joe is survived by his fur babies, Hank and Bruce Jr. Regretfully, Hank peacefully passed away November 9, 2022. He is with his daddy and at peace as well.
There are no services planned at this time.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that you make donations in Joe’s name to the SPCA.
I miss you already so much. I wish we could turn back time and catch you before you fall. Rest peacefully baby brother.
Rest my baby. Mom loves
As my mind is still processing the shock of Joe’s passing, I have been taking the time to remember all of the hours of conversation and fun we had over the years. I always knew Joe was the person to call on when I wanted to drag someone to a festival, play (especially musicals), wineries, the zoo or any other random outing I was interested in. I will never forget the help he would provide me when dealing with my sister’s long term illness or our very frank conversations. My thoughts and prayers are with all of his loved ones in this time. I know he will be missed by more people than he would have ever imagined.
Joe was one of the best cousins we had. Even miles apart we kept in touch. Love all of yall!
Joe was a joy to be around and My husband and I lived him.
Joe you were a very bright light in this ever growing darker world. Always making us laugh. We sure will miss you. Dance with the angels ❤️
Love you always. 👌
I hope you’re okay now. I love you forever and miss you more than words can even describe right now. I know hank and nanuk are giving you all the fur baby love right now.
It’s been a week now as I am still trying to process Joe’s passing. I will always remember Joe’s wittiness and dry sense of humor. I couldn’t help but smile every time I saw him. I will miss my friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this time of loss. 🙏🙏🙏
I am so saddened by Joe’s passing. I loved his dry sarcastic humor, ability to make light if any situation and make you smile. His presence at 66 has been much missed. He will forever be part of conversations reminiscing over good times gone past. So glad you were a part of so many good times! Cheers dear friend!
I will definitely miss Joe but will cherish all the laughs and jokes we shared. We could talk about any and everything. It is still hard to believe we won’t have any more talks. He made a mark for sure as a one of a kind, funny and caring person. I will remember him always!
Uncle Joe, I hope you’re resting peacefully. This week has been one of the hardest times of my life. I hope you’re happy with the decisions I’ve made for you.
I’m thankful I got my sense of humor, and quick come backs from you! You were such a big influence in my life growing up. I’m sad Hailey won’t get the same experience, but I promise I’ll make sure she knows about you.
Thank you for teaching me how to not care what others think, how to flip the bird and how to have fun in life.
I’ll love you forever.
Every single day you were not with me
I thought about you.
I wondered what you were doing.
I prayed that you were safe.
I wished you a Happy life.
My love always followed you.
Whether you wanted it or not.
For ever and ever.
My tears will always fall in despair for the loss of you in my life.
Not having the opportunity to have you in my life leaves my heart crushed.
Although you are gone you live right here in my heart.
Because you were and will always be my “Boy” always be my Child.
I will miss you little brother. Rest peacefully.
It was my pleasure to be a long-time friend of Joe’s. We met in a casual place and became casual friends. We just enjoyed hanging out and I liked his easy, friendly demeanor. Over time, we became really good friends. As most people will tell you, I don’t make friends easily. I’m glad Joe got to be an exception.
He will be missed by me and by all his family and friends.
I’m so sorry to hear this. Joe was a great guy and I had the pleasure of working with him for years in IT. You will.be missed my friend. Praying for your family.
So sad to here this news. Joe was one of the nicest, funniest caring guys I knew. Working with Joe left me with joy and the times we laughed about how cool his hair always was. Even when running into him around town was always a pleasure. Prayers and comfort to the family.
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