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Rocky Miller was born Wednesday, May 29, 1957 to Jay and Delores (Curtis) in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Rocky’s education began at Laura B Anderson Elementary School and Whitter Jr. High School graduating from Lincoln High School, all in Sioux Falls. After high school he completed trade school in Glasco, Montana.
Rocky married the love of his life Tammy (McGee) Miller July 2, 1982. Rocky was a hard-working man, spending 36 years as a general foreman on the servicing crew for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.
Rocky loved the outdoors especially fishing, hunting, gardening and riding motorcycles. One of his fondest trips was in 2007 when he rode his motorcycle to Yellowstone National Park. Rocky enjoyed playing Santa Clause, watching “Da Bears”, and spending time with his grandkids and family.
Rocky passed away Monday, January 13, 2020 at Landmann-Jungman Memorial Hospital in Scotland, South Dakota at the age of 62.
Rocky is survived by his wife Tammy; sons Chris, Jay and Casey (Karina) Haraldson; brothers Randy (Kim) Miller and Rick (Pam) Miller and sister Kristy (Mike) Petersen; grandchildren Kaylyn Haraldson and Elizabeth Haug.
He was preceded in death by his father Jay, mother Dee, sister Cindy Geppert, brother Tommy Miller, and grandson Jacob Miller.
I worked with Rocky in the early 80's and late 70's. I remember carpooling to Minneapolis one summer. After that I bought a 69 nova from him. Great car and a Great man to have known. RIP Rocky
Russ Brandt Jan 20 2020 8:01 PM
Tammy and Family i'm so sorry to hear about your beloved Rocky. Sending healing prayers of Peace strength and the Lords comfort to you All. My thoughts and prayers with you All with deepest condolences. Tracy
Tracy McGee Jan 18 2020 7:18 PM
So Sorry to hear the loss of Rocky.
Jason Lee West Jan 18 2020 6:30 AM
Prayers to the family and his wife. Rocky was a great man . Always had a smile and would stop an talk to you no matter. An I'll think of him every time I here a jerry jeff walker song. Spent some time at the rec bar listing to him on the jukebox with rocky. He will be missed.
Jon Dangel Jan 18 2020 3:58 AM
So sorry to hear of our loss of Rocky. Fond memories from the day. May God rest his soul and bring comfort to all his loved ones.
Ronald Wesdorp Jan 17 2020 3:12 PM
We are so sorry for your loss!! Rocky had a huge heart!! He always gave a smile and warm greeting! Rocky will be remembered as a faithful friend, caring father, hard worker for the railroad for years, and Tammys constant companion. Rest In Peace, Rocky Miller.
Darla Scribner and John Adam Jan 16 2020 3:47 AM