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Charles L. Miller

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Charles L. Miller, of Harrisburg, passed away at home on Sunday, April 16, 2023, surrounded by his loving family.

Charlie was born on September 4, 1946, to the late Helen Miller (Liddick) and Charles R. Miller. Charlie proudly served in the United States Army. In addition to being a veteran, Charlie was a loving, caring, giving, and devoted father, grandfather, sibling, and friend.

Charlie was a driven professional as a Mason with unmatched skills, specializing in stone work, carpentry, painting, and roofing. Charlie’s passion included cars and motorcycles.

Charlie is survived by his beloved daughter, Gia M. Miller, son, Jason L. Miller, son, Charles A. Miller, and late son, Michael S. Signor, as well as a twin brother, James (Frog), sisters, Carrol (Annie), and Joyce.

Charlie is preceded in death by his parents, and siblings, brother’s; Jerry, Paul, Donald, Carl Sr., and sister’s; Helen, Emma, and Dorothy.

Charlie’s wishes of cremation, as a military veteran will be interred at Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, with a visitation to commemorate his life, on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 10 am. Followed by a gathering of immediate family’s choice to celebrate Charlie’s life. All are Welcome!

The family would especially like to thank the staff of Amedisys Hospice for providing their constant, attentive treatment.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Miller family.

3 comments on “Charles L. Miller”

  1. Uncle Charlie gave me the nickname “Big A”. He also taught me how to drive a stick shift. That wasn”t an easy feat for him. I kept popping the clutch and stalling out. He would say “do that one more time Big A and your done. I”ll be driving.” Thank you Uncle Charlie for teaching me that and many other things that I used throughout my life. You will be always remembered fondly. I’ll grieve you to I see you again. Love always. Your niece Big A.

  2. Dad, I miss your stubborn ways, the grease on the stove after you making eggs, how you would complain when I added seasonings to foods. But I especially miss when you were sick and I gave you 100% care and you were mean, Only to tell me, You were Sorry! I would care for You All over again just to have You tell Me You Love Me! I LOVE YOU and I WILL CHERISH EVERYTHING WE SHARED! Rest Dad …I LOVE YOU DAD, YOUR LOVING DAUGHTER, GIA MARIE….

  3. Just remember him with my dad PAUL , OPIEY… uncle Dink Charlie..
    Love always Paula

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