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Kerry Miller

Kerry Mac Miller

Sunday, April 8th, 1956 - Saturday, January 18th, 2020
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West Berlin - Kerry McAllister Miller was born April 8, 1956 in Springfield, VT to Betty and Willard. He passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2020 after a brief struggle with cancer.

Kerry was a big sports fan. He knew all the stats and kept up with the Red Sox, Bruins and Patriots. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was always one for a conversation and loved to talk about current events. He worked in the granite industry as a boxer, lumper, and more. He also spent many years delivering newspapers. Living for a year in the Philippines was the highlight of his life.

Kerry leaves his son Anthony, brother and sister in law Arthur and Jacqueline, sister Cindy, an uncle, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews and great nieces. He was predeceased by his brother Billy, his parents and grandparents.

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Fredie Byrd

Posted at 06:54pm
My prayers are with you and your family. I have so many wonderful memories of you, Kerry. I remember the early 80s with you and mom and my sisters and Anthony all going to Groton State Park for the weekend listening to John Forgerty cassette. Those were the good ol days and I will forever cherish them. Fly high with the angels. You will be missed terribly 😢

Joe Yaeger

Posted at 11:49pm
Sorry to hear about Kerry. I started playing softball for his Riverton team back in '94 or so (before they got really good!!) and played for two summers. I still have the jersey. I think we won only two games one year, but you wouldn't know it from all the fun we had. Kerry was definetely a big part of that - we never got down on ourselves. I had never played before and wasn't real good, but Kerry was always trying to motivate and make you better. I think he believed everybody could be. We had a really good bunch of guys, and at states one time, we got so loud one night that the campground staff wanted to kick us out. But Kerry negotiated a solution and vouched for us all that we'd be quieter if they'd just let us move to a more remote part of the campground. They agreed, and our whole team picked up the giant army tent without taking it down and processed through the campground to our new spot! I remember Kerry talking and joking with the other campers as we went by - I think he knew most of them down there too! We went to states both years I played, and those weekends were some of my best memories. I ended up back on another team Kerry coached some years later, and had the pleasure of meeting, and playing ball with, his son Anthony and his other son Chris. One game, maybe at states?, our pitcher got hurt and there was noone else on the bench, so Kerry pitched and hit. I think he got a hit in that game too!
I will always be grateful to Kerry for giving me a shot and and I can't think about softball without thinking of him. I'm glad I met him and glad to have been able to be a part of all the good times we all had. Anthony - I know you'll see this - I'm so sorry. I know I haven't seen you all in many years, but I was floored when I saw it in the paper. I don't know what else to say - I'm just glad to have alot of really fun memeories with you guys!! Thanks Kerry!
-Joe Yaeger

Michael & Debbie Lunt

Posted at 07:25pm
So sorry to hear of the passing of Kerry. Our condolences goes out to the entire family. Kerry was never short on conversations from politics, sports, life in general. We worked together at Riverton Memorial he helped out when we were short on help and we were very grateful for his help, he always would come to work very cheerful, and in a good mood, I don't think we ever saw Kerry in a bad mood, he always made the days very interesting. Our thoughts and prayers to the family Michael & Debbie Lunt

Anthony miller Posted at 11:15pm

Thanks mike and deb for your heart felt condolences. He always spoke highly of you two. We’ll let you guys know what we plan for saying our final goodbyes.

Mike Richardson

Posted at 03:03pm
My thoughts go our to Kerry's entire family, he loved you deeply, and dearly. Kerry was one of a kind. I have so many fond memories of times spent with Kerry, both good and challenging. Kerry brought out the best in everyone that was fortunate enough to be in his life. He was especially helpful to me when I was going through some personal challenges. He did not let me dwell on the problem, but encouraged me to move forward. Kerry was instrumental in Riverton Memorial's softball teams success. He was a great motivator, coach and leader, and coached us to a State Championship and invitation to the Softball Nationals, which we did not attend because of 911. Whether it was chatting on the phone for hours, or sitting out on my deck looking out over Camel's Hump by the fire having a cold adult beverage, we always laughed until it hurt. The world has lost a great man, and I have lost an even better friend. My wish for Kerry now, is he is finally free.

Anthony miller Posted at 11:14pm

Thanks so much for your kind words mike. He always concerned you to be one of his best friends that he ever had. We did have some good times that’s for sure. Like that time we where heading to Canada and he ran over my foot, ant just told me to walk it off lol. Thanks again for you kind words and we’ll let everyone know when we’ll have his celebration of life or whatever we plan.

Ed Watker

Posted at 01:14am
So sorry to hear of the passing of Kerry. My condolences go out to the family. I haven’t seen Kerry in years but used to bowl with him on the Riverton Memorial team with his brother Arte, Philip Lavigne and Ed Benoit. Good times remembered well. Ed Watker

Anthony miller Posted at 11:11pm

Thanks so much for the picture. He wasn’t one for pictures, taking them or saving them lol. I do remember every time we went by twin city lanes he would begin telling me stories of the “good old days” as he would call them. Thanks again and we will be letting everyone know when we have a celebration of life for pops.

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