Charles E. Miller

charles miller

June 10, 1964 ~ March 1, 2013

Resided in: Englewood, CO

Charles E. Miller, 48, passed away March 1, 2013, in Littleton, Colo., surrounded by his family. Survived by wife, Maria Lea Miller, Littleton, Colo., and her family from Manila, Philippines; parents, Charles and Marie Miller, Pueblo, Colo.; children, Christine (John) Christensen, Peyton, Colo.; Christopher (Angela) Miller, Littleton, Colo.; Christian Miller, Denver, Colo.; Jenna Miller, Denver, Colo.; grandchildren, Kobe and Kayla Christensen, Peyton, Colo.; Tehya and Arianni Miller, Littleton, Colo.; sister, Angie (Matt) Kottenstette; nephews and niece, Nick and Gianna Cardinal, Cole Kottenstette, Pueblo, Colo.; special cousin and friend, Dave Brabb, Chicago, Ill.; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Preceded in death by grandparents, Charles and Josephine Cuzzetto, Lyle and Ellen Miller; and special aunt, Angela Cuzzetto. Charles was born June 10, 1964. He graduated from South High School in Pueblo in 1983 and Western State College in 1986. He spent most of his life as a great businessman in the jewelry industry in Denver. Charles loved skiing, spending time at the Spanish Peaks in the family cabin, cooking, and most of all, spending time with his grandchildren and family. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial Service, 11 a.m. Thursday, March 7, Holy Family Church, 2827 Lakeview Ave., with Rev. Fr. Tomas A. Carvajal-Basto and Msgr. Tom Adrians, concelebrants. .......'One More Run, Charlie'.......Online condolences,

View current weather.

Memories Timeline


  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I can still remember when we immigrated to the states and we could of not had the best neighbors, thanks for the great memories with your family. Rita and Claudia (Palmeri)

  2. On behalf of my family we are so sorry for your loss, Charlie had a special place in our hearts. He will be missed and is thought of often. Many fond memories were made in Gunnison because of him. He was an inspiration to our family, we are so sorry love, Ron, Elsie, and Angie Voltz.

  3. I worked with Charles at Helzberg Diamonds in Denver. Was shocking to hear he had passed away. I’ve met his parents, in Pueblo. My condolences .

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Chuck was great to everyone and treated everyone to his infectious smile.

  5. Charles, Marie, and Family,
    Chris and I are so sorry for your loss. It seems sometimes life is not fair, with God’s grace we get through our trials. God Bless all of you.
    Frank Soudek, and Chris

  6. Charles, Marie, and Family,

    We were very sorry to hear of the death of your son-brother-husband-father-grandfather-uncle. Out thoughts andn prayers are with you.

    Charles and Gen Roessler, Elysian, MN.

  7. Miller Family,

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Chuck was a great guy and I am blessed to have known him. My thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone of you during this difficult time.


  8. I am so sorry to hear of this news. Charles, David and I shared many great times growing up in Pueblo. Playing basketball, baseball, skiing and graduating from South. My memories of Charles are and always will be the very best. He was a wonderful person and friend. My prayers and thoughts are with the entire Miller family

  9. I worked with Charles at Trice Jewelers in Denver. I will remember him as a wonderful, kind, sweet man with the most wonderful smile all the time. He was well liked by everyone who worked with him. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. Love, Judy

  10. My prayers go out the entire Miller family. Ang your in my thoughts and prayers always.
    Ill see you Thursday.
    Love Dina

  11. My prayers go out to the Miller family. I just happened to run across this obituary by browsing the Pueblo Chieftain on-line and I was shocked to hear that Chuck (never called him Charles back then) had passed away. I was a year behind Chuck in school, but we played a lot of basketball and football together as kids. He always had that smile on his face no matter what happened (Sometimes that smile was good and sometimes that smile was bad (up to something)). I haven’t seen Chuck in many years, but I am sure Chuck never changed with a great heart and a love of everyone and everything around him. Rest in peace Chuck and I am sure your children will treat the world the way you did while you were on this earth.
    Kent Becher
    Fort Worth, Texas

  12. I have to agree with Frank’s comment below, the thing that always comes to mind when thinking of Charlesis his smile, which in turn always makes me smile 🙂
    Though we lost touch over the years, I’ve always remembered what a kind hearted person Charles is. I think that everyone who has known him is a better person for it. Growing up, I always considered Charles a good friend, and I always will. Rest in Peace Brother, and one day we’ll be hooping it up together again! 🙂
    Michael Santos

  13. From elementary school through high school, Charles always wore a smile! He even was smiling when we got caught sneeking into the Scorpions concert at the fairgrounds our senior year!
    Your Friend Always,

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

  1. CandleImage
  2. CandleImage
  3. CandleImage
  4. CandleImage
  5. CandleImage
  6. CandleImage
  7. CandleImage
  8. CandleImage