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Larry F. Miller, 77 of Adamsville, died Friday, March 29, 2024, at UPMC Farrell Hospital surrounded by his family.

Larry was born on October 15, 1946 to Norrine and Raymond Miller, who preceeded him in death.

Larry graduated from Greenville High School in 1964 and continued studies at Youngstown State University.

Larry was a lifelong resident of the Greenville area where 47 years were spent as a dedicated and hardworking employee for the Werner Family's  R.D. Werner Company in Greenville.  Larry retired in charge of warehousing. After retirement, for 5 years he and his wife Cheryl owned and operated Pierce Florists of Linesville.

Larry was very proud of his sons and so enjoyed their early years. Larry loved teaching them how to hunt, fish, and build a teepee when they would go on trips to Friendship, Indiana.

Larry also took pride in being the  Boy Scout Leader of his sons and other local boys.  He relished  spending much of his sons' childhoods and teenage years camping in Leeper and as adults with their families at his beloved camp in Lucinda.

Larry would always smile from ear to ear being with his beloved seven granddaughters as they doted on him, it gave him so much joy and happiness!

Larry was a history buff particularly the Civil War Era. He also enjoyed and was exceptional at building muzzle loader guns. Larry had wonderful memories of fishing trips with his sons and deer hunting with his granddaughters.

Larry's greatest pleasure was being a dedicated "family man" that loved seeing his children and grandchildren play in the field as he watched sitting on his camp deck.

Larry was preceeded in death by the love of his life (wife) Cheryl. Cheryl and Larry were together for 57 years.

Larry is survived, greatly loved and will be sorely missed by his three sons Donald and wife Melinda, Doug and Darrin; grandchildren Ashley (Duane), Erin, Natalie, Jenna, Carlie, Abby, and Hallie Miller; great grandchildren, Abel, Luna, Kylo and Cryus; sister in law Connie Reinhart, niece Gabby Acierno and her husband Steve and their two children Enzio and Giavana. Larry is also survived by his precious fur child "Tiny.

Cremation was chosen and there will be no services. Memorial contributions may be made to Strayhaven Animal Shelter, 94 Donation Rd., Greenville, PA 16125.  Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.

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9 Comments

  1. Anonymous Anonymous
    March 31, 2024    

    Sorry gentlemen for your loss . Prayers to all . .

  2. Anonymous Anonymous
    March 31, 2024    

    Sorry gentlemen for your loss . Prayers to all ! .

  3. Melissa Shaffert Melissa Shaffert
    March 31, 2024    

    I did not know Larry personally, but after reading his obituary, what a beautiful life he lived! So many people that loved him and were loved by him. It truly is a blessing to look back and see what a wonderful life he lived. Family is everything. ♥️ What a blessed family you have. – The Shafferts

  4. Nancy and Mike Murcko Nancy and Mike Murcko
    March 31, 2024    

    To the Miller family,
    Our sincere sympathy to your family. Doug, I know you will deeply miss your dad. Our whole family had a special bond with you Doug and your mom and your dad especially those years back in the early 90’s. Your dad was a great boss and co-worker for many years. You boys and the seven granddaughters were so very special to him. He and your mom are together again!

  5. Anonymous Anonymous
    April 1, 2024    

    Our deepest sympathy to you and your entire family for the loss of your beloved father, Don.
    Dan and Pam Vass

  6. Anonymous Anonymous
    April 1, 2024    

    I had the pleasure of meeting Larry when he came to cardiac rehab last year. He was such a nice man and worked so hard to get stronger. We are all so sad and so sorry for your loss.

  7. Marsha Marsha
    April 1, 2024    

    I had the pleasure of meeting Larry when he came to cardiac rehab last year. He was such a nice man and worked so hard to get stronger. We are all so sad and so sorry for your loss.

  8. Vicki Vicki
    April 1, 2024    

    Doug, and the Miller family,
    My deepest sympathy to all of you. Your parents always treated me like I was one of their own. I have many happy memories of being with your family. I’m glad he is now together again with your mom.

  9. Anonymous Anonymous
    April 6, 2024    

    So sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad . I have fond memories of your parents & going to your Mom’s birthday parties. They treated me like family. I think of your parents often. Hope Doug, Don, & Darrin and the rest of your family are doing good. With deepest sympathy . Helen

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