Dean Miller

Dean Leonard Miller

August 7, 1964 - October 5, 2019

Dean Leonard Miller of Frisco, Texas, passed away on October 5, 2019, at the age of 55. He was born August 7, 1964, in Dallas, Texas, to Elizabeth Marie (Lutz) and Leo Martin Miller. Dean married the love of his life Ginny at their home in Frisco on July 13, 2019. He proudly served in the United States Marine Corps, owned and operated his own business Nortex Datacomm, worked as a supervisor in the telecommunications industry and was proud to be a Tennessee Squire. Dean loved to surround himself with friends and family at NASCAR races, BBQs, and pool parties. He was a gentleman who treated others with love and respect. With his contagious smile and helping hand, his presence made the world a better place.

Dean is preceded in death by his mother, Betty L. Miller, who passed November 14, 2009.

Dean is survived by his wife, Ginny Miller of Frisco, Texas; his step-son, Greg Spicer and his wife Mikaela of Fort Worth, Texas; his father, Leo M. Miller of Denton, Texas; brother, Leo H. Miller and wife Amy of Denton, Texas; and sister E. Michelle Miller and husband Ryan McLauchlin of Richardson, Texas.

Surviving extended family members include uncle Bob Lutz of San Jose, California; aunt Beatrice Brown of Placentia, California; and aunt Mary Lutz of Champlin, Minnesota; uncle Don Miller of Little Falls, Minnesota; aunt Doris Bromenschenkel and husband Gib of Fargo, North Dakota; aunt Marilyn Kapsner and husband Jerry of Little Falls, Minnesota; aunt Roseanne Magnan of Rice, Minnesota; aunt Fran Thoma and husband Ted, of Thompson Falls, Montana; uncle Gerard Miller and wife Vicki of Brainerd, Minnesota; and aunt Ann Marie Maciej and husband Jim of Annandale, Minnesota.

A Memorial Service will be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 8520 Main Street, Frisco, Texas, on Friday, October 11, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. Wearing red on Friday to honor and show support for our troops was very important to Dean so please continue the tradition by wearing a red shirt to the service.

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We’re so sorry for the loss of this good guy. Our family has many fun memories of the days in Hidden Valley. May the Lord fill the empty place in your hearts with peace and solace.
Dennis and Vicki Ohlemeier , October 10, 2019 Dean Miller had the work ethic, the professionalism, and the desire to help anyone he could at work. Dean always looked out for his coworkers and was always willing to go out of his way to help. He was always one you could count on. He was one of the few you always looked forward to seeing at work, regardless of the type of day you were expecting. Dean Miller, you will be sorely missed Brother.... Semper Fidelis, Marine! CT Pemberton`, October 10, 2019 Words can't express the pain your family is facing at the present moment. Weeping may endure for a night, but Joy cometh in the morning. Condolences to you and your family. The Johnson's Patricia Johnson , October 9, 2019 We were lucky to have had Dean in our lives, even if only at work. He always had a smile on his face and something good to say to make others smile. Never a mean word or angry tone. Everyone who knew Dean is heartbroken. Our deepest sympathy from his family at GTI. Mick & Jean Mayhan, October 9, 2019 May you Rest In Peace. Your hard work in spreading happiness will not be forgotten.
Dean Bartling, October 9, 2019 Being a fellow Veteran we will miss Dean, a great guy and someone that cared about our Troops. I was lucky to have known and worked with him from time to time. God Bless to your family and Dean will be be missed greatly. Marines don't Die, they go to Heaven to Regroup!
Bill Vazquez, October 9, 2019 Dean you will truly be missed, you always had a smile on your face and treated everyone with the utmost made such a great impression on me and GTI, we will carry your tradition on with the wearing Red on Fridays! Thanks for all the talks and always making me smile!! Family of Dean please stay strong and know that you will always have friends to talk to here at GTI whenever you may need a listening ear we will be here for you at anytime. RIP my friend till we meet again,
Misty Crim/GTI, October 9, 2019 Words seem so empty at a time like this. Please know that we send our love. Jim and Ann Marie, October 9, 2019 We are very blessed to have had Dean in our lives. He was always so caring and fun to be around. Our world will never be the same with him but his spirit will always remain a part of us. Our deepest sympathy to all of the family. Ginny we love you and will always be here for you. To the rest of the family our love and prayers are with you. Frankie and Pam House NLR AR. Frankie and Pam House, October 9, 2019 Ginny, Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. You are in our prayers. Pam & Mac Pam MacRae, October 8, 2019 There are no words that can truly ease the pain of a loss like this but if caring thoughts can help, they are with you. We will always remember him with that great big heart and smile. Our love. Mike and Peggy Payne, October 8, 2019