Norman Levi Miller
January 29, 1958
January 11, 2018
Norman Levi Miller, age 59 of Scottsburg, Indiana passed away Thursday, January 11, 2018 at Kentuckiana Medical Center in Clarksville, Indiana. Norman was born on January 29, 1958 in Scottsburg, Indiana , the son of the late Earl R. Miller and Patsy Darlene (Hounshell) Miller Bryson. He was a Tax preparer for Jackson Hewitt in Seymour, Indiana for approximately three years, a Home Health provider for Indiana Mentor for about five years, a foster parent for Regional Youth Services and Old Deborah Corn agency for about 15 years and a U.S. Navy Veteran. He attended New Providence Baptist Church in Austin, Indiana and lived all of his life in Scott County, Indiana. He enjoyed being a Cub Scout leader for Scott County Troop #58 for about five years, Scott County 4H leader for over 10 years and a avid We Care supporter . He was married on Feb. 15,1986 to Theresa (Ashley) Miller, who survives. Other survivors include: a daughter: Amy King of Austin, Indiana; a son: Chance Ian Levi Miller of Scottsburg, Indiana; Brothers: Marshall E. of Brown County, Indiana; Daniel R. of Soddy Daisy, TN; David E. of Scottsburg, Indiana and Timothy Miller of Middlebury, Florida ; a stepsister: Donna J. Smith of Milltown, Indiana and Stepbrother: Larry W. Abbott of Columbus, Indiana. He is also survived by 2 grandsons: Logan Hutchens and Douglas King both of Austin, Indiana. He was preceded in death by his parents; a step sister, Cindy Pulliam; and a granddaughter, Kassidy King. The Family Requests Donations to: Collins Funeral Home, 465 W. McClain Avenue, Scottsburg, Indiana.
From: Kay Combs
Theresa & Chance I am so sorry for your loss! Norman was a great person, will be praying for peace & comfort for the days ahead.
From: Paula Johnson
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.
From: Kim Gardner
Frank and I are saddened by the news of Normans passing. He will be missed by many. It won't be the same not seeing him around town, at the Scott County Fair, or at the auctions. He was a good person with a Big heart! We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. Kim and Frank Gardner
To the family I was sorry to read of your loss. Death is difficult to endure regardless of our age, however we can find comfort from God's word the Bible. It tells us that soon all those in the memorial tomb will come out by means of a resurrection.(John 5:28, 29). Until then, may you continue to keep Norman’s memory warm in your hearts until you see him happy and healthy again one day.
From: Meta Clark
Theresa, Dr Patel and I were just told of Norm's passing. I'm so sorry. He had such a special place in my day to day. You have been so blessed to have him in your life. Let me know if you need anything. I know that Dr Patel also expressed sadness as he has been a favorite person to be around. Prayer for you and your family