Miller - Brion Starr Miller, February 14, 1968 - April 20, 2019, age 51 passed away suddenly and peacefully at his Cedar Springs home. He was preceded in death by his wife, Suzan Miller. Brion is survived by his mother, Kathy (Jim) Ogg; father, David (Vicky) Miller; step sisters, Kendra (John) Groenhout, Kristen (Matt) Berens; step brother, Aaron (Lori Grantz ) Ogg; aunts, Nancy (Jim Kienlen) Ulrich, Elaine Dunkel, Nancy Kalisz; uncles, Tony (Michelle) Kalisz, Pat (Noreen) Kalisz, Mike Kalisz, Milt (Barb) Collins; many nieces, nephews and cousins. Brion graduated from Kentwood High School and Michigan State University. He taught English in the Republic of Czechoslovakia. Tragically Brion, was stricken by a mental disorder in his early 20’s which he struggled with for the rest of his life. He was employed by Meijer Grocery Store for several years. Celebration gathering will be held from 3PM - 5PM Thursday, May 2, 2019 at Stegenga Funeral Chapel - Wyoming, 3131 S. Division Ave. Memorial contributions can be made to Pine Rest Foundation “New Psychiatric Urgent Care Center”. To share a photo, memory or sign the online guestbook please visit www.stegengafuneralchapel.com To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Brion Starr Miller please visit our Sympathy Store.
I am so incredibly sorry to hear that Brion has passed away. I had not heard from him in years since he went overseas to teach. We had a lot of fun in our youth and many silly teenage memories were made. My heart goes out to the family, Kathy, Jim, Dave, and Vicky! I remember you all well.
- Brendalynn Lapekes Eustice
Dave, You have our sincere sympathy upon the death of your son. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Vicki and family. Jerry and Sue McDonald
- Jerry and Sue McDonald
We are so very sad for the loss of our son, Brion, our hearts are so heavy right now but we know he is with Sue who he loved with all his heart. Also will be with our Mom Donna who Brion loved to talk about the Tigers with!! We Love you Brion, RIP
- Vicky Miller
My heart goes out to you all. I sure will miss his banter and hugs. He gave great hugs! Now he is at peace and with Sue, whom he missed so much. Pam
- Pam Klaus