Clifton D. Miller

Clifton D. Miller

Apr 6th, 2020

Biography: CLIFTON D. MILLER
SYLVAN BEACH – Clifton D. Miller, 68, 16th Avenue, passed away Monday, April 6, 2020 in St. Luke’s Hospital, New Hartford, where he had been a medical patient for the past two weeks..
Born in Binghamton on June 7, 1951, he was the son of William A. and Mildred Rogers Miller, Sr.  A resident of the area for the past fifteen years, moving from Binghamton, he was a graduate of Chenango Forks High School and attended Broome Technical. College.
Prior to his retirement, Cliff was employed with the New York
State Department of Transportation. He was of the Methodist faith, a member of the Sons of American Legion, Hillcrest Post # 1194, President of the Binghamton Civil War Round Table, and a member of the American Battlefield Trust. He was a large history buff and known for his sense of humor.
Surviving are two brothers and sisters-in-law, William A. and Julie Miller Jr., of Sylvan Beach and Robert and Ann Miller and their son, Tyler Miller of North Carolina; special cousins, Brian and Linda Hagen and Patty Ballard, special friend, Charles Burton and several cousins.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, all services will be held at the convenience of the family. Interment will be made in Glen Castle Cemetery, Binghamton. There will be a celebration to commemorate his life at a time and date to be announced.To leave a message of condolence, please visit www.campbell-dean.com.

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Condolences(11)
Leslie Wickham
#1
Apr 8th, 2020 8:13 pm
I'm so sad to hear of Cliff's passing. He was a funny guy. My family had season tickets to the Binghamton Mets for several seasons and sat near him. Those were some great times. We sometimes chatted about history and about his Civil War roundtable activities. It was his influence that led me to attend a few of the Civil war roundtable events in Manhattan. He'll be missed.
Ben and Laura Gardiner
#2
Apr 9th, 2020 3:55 am
We had the pleasure of knowing Cliff for many years through school, NYSDOT, and the Civil War Round Table. A fine man and friend, our sincerest condolences and best wishes to His Family,
Scotty Brown
#3
Apr 9th, 2020 4:02 am
Wonderful man who brought laughter and smiles each time he communicated. Like Leslie, grew fond of Cliff at Binghamton Mets games, and he kept me laughing after moving away through his Facebook posts. Godspeed friend!!
Sarah Jones
#4
Apr 9th, 2020 6:08 am
Cliff was one of my best friends and I am so heartbroken over his passing. Everything from our yearly birthday dinners, karaoke nights, breakfasts and our chats, I cherish those memories and I will never forget them. I'll see you someday on the other side.
Ed Murray
#5
Apr 9th, 2020 7:10 am
Many fond memories of Cliff through the years. Rest well Grand Owl Miller. Hooty hoot.
Bill and Julie
#6
Apr 9th, 2020 8:53 am
We are devastated over our loss of Cliff. He will be missed terribly.He was a kind, caring person. He loved his facebook friends and wasn't shy about stating his opinion on things. We'll miss his corny jokes and our dinner time banter. Thank you to everyone for your thoughts and prayers. Stay safe and take care of your loved ones. Bill and Julie
joe Yezzi
#7
Apr 9th, 2020 10:49 am
Now you can sing to your hearts content! We will miss your wit, sarcasm and you.
Denise (Drewry) Koentje
#8
Apr 9th, 2020 11:31 am
I have known Cliff since he was on the same softball team as my (then) brother-in-law. My heart is broken. I will miss his humor, our mutual love of Jeopardy and of Calvin and Hobbes, and his virtual private lessons in classical music. I am so sorry for Cliff’s family and friends that this happened at a time when they couldn’t visit him or be surrounded by those who also love him. My sincere condolences.
I am so sorry to learn of Cliffs passing. He was a great friend and person
#9
Apr 9th, 2020 2:19 pm
Rich Webb
Carol D Johnson
#10
Apr 10th, 2020 8:12 am
Cliff lived next door to me in Port Dick for many years. He was a good person & could always give me a laugh! I sensed something was wrong when he stopped making his monthly visit to Port Dick. I meant to call him to check on him cause I knew he had health issues. Didn't do it & now he is gone!! Rest in PEACE Cliff!!
Julie MCALLISTER
#11
Apr 10th, 2020 9:20 am
My deepest condolences go out to Cliffs entire family. He was a true gentleman and a true friend. He was one of my dearest friends, though we didn't see each other often, he was and is always in my heart. Cliff will be truly missed by many. May he rest in peace. I am honored to call him my friend. Heaven gained an angel and Earth lost a wonderful, bright, shining, funny personality that will forever be missed. My Deepest sympathy.

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