Craig Miller, 55, of Greeley, CO, formerly of Bowman, ND, passed away on August 11, 2018 at the North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley.
Memorial Services for Craig will be on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 3:00 pm at the Greeley Christ Community Church, Greeley, CO with a reception to follow and on Sunday, August 19, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bowman Lutheran Church in Bowman, ND. Burial will follow at the Bowman Cemetery, Bowman, N.D.
Craig was born on August 19, 1962 at the Bowman Hospital, the son of LaVerne and Pamela (Green) Miller. He was baptized at the Bethany Lutheran Church rural Rhame with Bobbie and Margie Yohe as his sponsors. Craig attended all 8 grades in Sunny Slope County School. He went to Bowman High School where he participated in wrestling, football and rodeo, where he even rodeoed in college for some time. Craig was also the SW District President of the FFA while attending high school. In 4H and FFA he excelled and won many prizes and showmanship’s. He continued this in college at NDSU. Out of college, Craig began his career as a salesman for Pfizer. He worked there for many years and excelled in sales and was said “Craig could sell ice to an Eskimo.” He continued sales until his passing.
Craig was married to Kimberly Wise and to this union 2 children Colton Thomas Miller and Kaylyn Elise Miller. Everyone will always remember Craig’s sense of humor, smile, orange hair and his gift of gab.
Craig is survived by his son; Colton (Stephanie Coppens) of Greeley, Co and daughter; Kaylyn (Max Carlson) Miller of Greeley, CO, mother; Pamela Miller of Algona, WA, brother; Brad (Nikki) Miller of Mandan, ND, and sister; Kristie Miller Algona, WA, nephews, Brandon Miller of Dodge City, KS, Titus Ross of Algona, WA and nieces; Bobbie Jo (David) Wise of Mandan, ND and Lyriq Robertson of Algona, WA, three great nephews, many aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father LaVerne.
Craig accepted the Lord into his life many years ago and recently confirmed his faith in the Lord. Now the Lord said, “Craig you’ve suffered enough, time to come home to me.” HE WILL BE JOINING HIS FATHER LAVERNE IN HEAVEN.