Noah Cleve Miller


Noah Cleve Miller, Jr., 71, of Fairmont, passed from this life Sunday (March 24, 2019), at the Genesis Center, after a long and complex illness. He was born in Marion County on August 22, 1947, a son of the late Noah Cleve Miller, Sr. and Esther Ruth Huey Miller.

Noah was a Vietnam veteran in the U.S. Army. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for the state road before becoming disabled. He enjoyed bowling, fishing, and hunting. He was baptized on March 20, 2019.

Mr. Miller is survived by his brother Clarence (Donna) Miller; his aunt Marie Huey of Mannington; sister-n-laws, Patricia (David) McDougal, Pamela (Alan) Boylen, and Paula (Jimmy) Glasscock II all of Fairmont: brother-n-laws Matthew (Diane) Tonkery of Bridgeport and Mark (Nancy) Tonkery of Grafton, caretakers and cousin Paul (Debbie) Gowers of Elkins. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Peggy M. Tonkery Miller on May 20, 2016 and his brother Phillip Randy Miller.

Friends may call at the Frey Home For Funerals (Addition Chapel A) 320 Madison St., Fairmont Thursday from 3:30-8:00 pm and at the Oakwood Road Church of Christ Friday from 10 - 11 am. Services will be held at the church Friday at 11:00 am with evangelist Brent Gallagher and Pastor Leon Brown officiating. Internment will follow at the WV National Cemetery with full military honors. Condolences can be sent to the family at e-mail FHFF320@AOL.COM
Published on March 26, 2019
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Jackie Jackson Longerbeam
Apr 05, 2019
For 48 of my 55 years on this earth I have know you and Peggy and even though we weren’t related by blood we were family. I have so many memories that include you both. Junior was like my second Dad and even walked me down the aisle in 2008 when Brian and I got married. I will always remember that day and our Father / Daughter dance to our favorite song Deadman’s Curve. I know that isn’t a typical father / daughter dance but it was our song. So happy you aren’t in pain any longer and your back together with Peggy. Love you so much!
Nola Jackson
Apr 05, 2019
You were a good man and I am sure that you and Peggy are together again in Heaven. Love you Junior. Rest in peace.
Diana Dawson
Mar 28, 2019
Rest In Peace..
Thank you for service.
We all had fun bowling..
You've had a long hard road..time to rest, my friend..
vicky and john vessecchia
Mar 27, 2019
U are going to be miss so many times he and peggy would stop by our produce market sit for hrs they both we good people noe they both have no pain many prayers to the family
Vicki Nichols
Mar 27, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. Marion County Senior Citizens.
Judy mancino
Mar 27, 2019
So sorry Jenny
Nancy Whaley
Mar 27, 2019
Junior you will always be missed. Fly high my friend.
Clyde and Bonny Crandall
Mar 27, 2019
We were sorry to hear of Junior's passing. His adventurousness spirit and great sense of humor always brought such joy. He will be truly missed.
Frankie Sines
Mar 27, 2019
Noah was a special special person. There will only be one Noah Miller. All the problems that he had, he never complained. He was always ready to enjoy life one more day. He never took a day for granted. Noah, my friend, you have made it to your palace in heaven where you have a new body and no more sickness. I can see you surrounded by blue water fishing all day long with your angel, Peggy, right there with you. God Bless my friend. You will always be my hero.

Frankie (and Chuck)