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Robert H. Miller

September 22, 1940 - February 25, 2020

Posted by:
Larry & Donna Garlock

Posted on:
April 5, 2020

Larry and I just heard of Bob's passing and we'd like to take this opportunity to send our condolences to Marlene and the family. We met Bob and Marlene many years ago at the annual car show at Jim Dandy's that they helped to organize. Bob always talked to Larry about his '60 Pontiac Catalina. We so enjoyed talking with him about cars. He was so knowledgeable about Chevy's - particularly his '57 Nomad. We also learned he died on Larry's 80th birthday which makes his passing even sadder for us. The family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
Dave R. Caldwell

Posted on:
March 16, 2020

WOW!!! I've known Bob since being a classmate at Benson Tech. We've also been together in the Road Knights Car Club & Multnomah Hot Rod Council, during which time I met Marlene. My wife, Mary, also knew both Bob & Marlene via our mutual automotive interests for many years. It's sad that Bob's time has come to pass on, but he'll be remembered for many wonderful times together. May you rest in peace, Bob, & may you, Marlene, enjoy your many happy times together.

Posted by:
Mark hodge

Posted on:
March 16, 2020

My prayers go out to all of the Miller family. I’ve known all of you most of my life. Bob was a good man. One of the best men I’ve ever been blessed by . I can’t remember one time that bob had one negative thing to say. Bob will be missed by many including myself. If I can help with anything . I would consider it a honor to be of service. Again my heart goes out to the miller family a great man was lost a man very few can measure up to Mark hodge

Posted by:
Mary Gaydon

Posted on:
March 15, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Wil and your family.Please give me a call when you are able. God Bless you my BFF. Love you. Mary and Larry

Posted by:
David Jothen

Posted on:
March 4, 2020

Bob was a fixture of our hot rodding community for many many years, and will sorely missed. Much of what the Portland Roadster Show is today, can be attributed to the length of service, and dedication by both Bob and Marlene. RIP Bob. DRJ

Posted by:
Barbara Kwiatkowski

Posted on:
March 4, 2020

Bob and Marlene became friends when we 1st met them at the "birth" of the Northwest Nomad club. Bob was always quiet and level headed about everything. Never heard him raise his voice, had a memory like an elephant and was always kind. May he rest in peace. He will be missed by many of his car friends.

Posted by:
Risley Family

Posted on:
March 3, 2020

Remembering Bob and Marlene at the Soap Lake pig run were some fun times. Seeing them at the Nomad conventions was always great. RIP Bob you will be missed!

Posted by:
Susan Gibson

Posted on:
March 3, 2020

Have fun Bob, cruise with dad and uncle Pat. You will be missed. R.I.P.

Posted by:
Ted Walrath

Posted on:
March 3, 2020

Remembering Bob warms my heart he was always a hard working and caring friend, My condolences and prayers to Marlene.