Warren Charles Miller was born July 13, 1927 in Glendale to Roscoe and Elizabeth.
Warren grew up in Glendale and attended Hoover High School. He enjoyed playing the violin and was part of the Glendale Youth Orchestra. He joined the army in 1946 and received the WWII Victory Medal.
He worked for the City of Glendale for 36 years and was “involved in burying some $10 million worth of electrical cables from one end of the town to the other.” He married Thelma Raye Driver on June 5, 1954.
Warren loved cars, he loved building them and racing them. He volunteered with C.O.R.E. and then S.C.O.R.E.
Warren and Thelma loved traveling and their first trip after retirement was a Caribbean cruise. They went to Hawaii for their 25th anniversary and again for their 50th. They also went to Alaska, New England and Canada. Warren had always wanted to see the Panama Canal, and finally saw the canal with Thelma on their last trip.
He was a hard worker, a devoted family man and a strong believer, and on June 13, 2012 he went home to be with the Lord.
He is survived by his wife Thelma; his daughters Lisa (Greg) and Lora (Ted), and his grandchildren Kenneth, Jeffrey, Kathryn and Christopher.
He leaves us grateful for the many years of love he gave us. He was a very quiet man whose actions truly were louder than his words. His actions always showed love and concern for his family. He lived to provide for us, encourage us and support us. We live to honor his memory.