Raymond John Miller

raymond miller

December 1, 1930 ~ October 31, 2020

Born in: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Services for Raymond J. Miller:

Raymond John Miller     ~             December 1, 1930 to October 31, 2020

Raymond was born in Pittsburgh, PA.  Preceded in death by Louise and Walter Miller, Parents; Ruth Miller, sister.  Survived by Doris Miller wife, Mary and Ken Samuelson daughter and son-in-law, Lori and Nick Prins daughter and son-in-law, Kristina Samuelson granddaughter.  Ray started his career with Bell of PA in Pittsburgh, PA.   Ray and Dorry married in June of 1958.  Started their family shortly thereafter and moved to Sewickley, PA.  Ray and Dorry moved to Pueblo, CO in 1971. While working at Mountain Bell/US West Ray was very active in the Telephone Pioneers organization.  Ray and Dorry raised their 2 girls and were very active with their children’s activities.  Ray retired in 1990 and he and Dorry started a Craft business Woods N Goods.  They were active in their business until they both retired.  Ray was a part of King of Kings Lutheran Church Social ministry Program, he was the leader of the toy makers group. This group created and made toys for many children in need in the community.  The men were always working in Ray’s work shop creating wonderful toys. During Ray’s life he was a strong believer of giving back to the community whether it was being a role model for young men or working with the less fortunate in the community. Ray was always helping many community programs and was very fond of the work done by Sister Nancy at El Centro de los Pobres.  Ray was a very loving and devoted family man.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to El Centro de los Pobres (immigrants & low income) http://www.pueblostepup.org/support-our-work/donate/ Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9, 2020, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel.


Memorial Service: November 9, 2020 2:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003


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  1. I am sadden to have learned of Raymond’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It was a pleasure to have known such wonderful couple. God Bless. Romona Salas(cleaning lady)

  2. I am saddened to learn of Raymond passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It was a pleasure to have known you Dorris and Ray. God Bless. Romona Salas(cleaning lady)

  3. Ray,
    My friend for over 50 years, you are in the hands of peace and love. We will miss your kind voice and your sneaky smile when you know you are right, which according to Dory not very often.

    Hugs my friend from your friends,
    Lee and Sharyl Pancoast

  4. You probably don’t remember us, Jim and Jessie Smith. Our sincere sympathy to Dori and the girls.
    Ray was always a gentleman and a fun person. He will be missed by those he has not seen in ages.
    God bless you all…..

  5. I am so sorry to see Ray’s passing. I worked with Ray at Mountain Bell/USWest. Ray was such a good person, so friendly and kind. He always talked about coming to Pueblo from Sewickley. He talked about Doris and called her “Mum”. He was always a delight. I am so sorry for your loss. Rest in Peace Ray….
    Fran Reed

  6. We are very sorry to hear about Ray’s passing. We worked with Ray at the telephone company in Pueblo for many years and considered him a genuine friend. He was always there with a smile and a helping hand. With sincere sympathy.

    Tom and Linda Andersen

  7. So very sad to hear of Ray’s passing. He and Dorry have been such good neighbors to us for over 23 years. Sending our thoughts and prayers to all of you.

    Brenda & Joe

  8. Dad,

    We will miss you so much. We only wished we could have been there to say good-bye.

    All our love forever,

    Lori & Nick

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