Robert Loyd Miller, son of John Porter and Thelma Lucile (Baker) Miller was born October 26, 1937 in Pasadena, California. He graduated from Waterford High School, immediately after joined the United States Navy and served for the next four years. He spent the next years in California in the Automobile business, where he learned many valuable lessons. In 1980 he moved the family to Houston and founded Miller’s Café’s in the Houston area and remained active in the business. His greatest passion was his family and his beloved granddaughters. He took pride in playing his violin on all the birthdays. His rendition of Happy Birthday and Boil them Cabbage was the icing on their cake. He loved his dog’s Two Tone and Alvin but only tolerated the others. He enjoyed watching all sports, played golf, and looked forward to poker games with his buddies. Staying in shape was important to him, time spent chatting with friends was priceless, some of his long standing friends included Bruce Felch, Jim Perkins and Bruce Richards. Bob left his family and friends on August 9, 2016. He will be greatly missed by his wife Rajean; daughters, Jennifer Miller, Patty Godfrey, Sarah Miller and Martha Miller; granddaughters, Jessica, Kendalyn, Jordan, Amy, Gracelyn, Tessa and Lexi; great granddaughters, Kaya and Abbie; Sisters, Ernestine Daigle and Ivalyn Miller; special sister in law, Mary Perkins special nephews, nieces and great nephews, Noah, Johnny Miller and Will; and many, many friends.
A memorial service will be held at 4pm Saturday, August 20 at Crowder Funeral Home in Webster.
In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to: Texas Heart Institute, St. Luke’s Hospital, Houston, Texas