On May 26, 2022, Ronald Eugene Miller Jr., known by his family and friends as "Boo," passed away after battling a disease 23 million Americans face everyday. Born August 4, 1979, he is survived by his parents, Ronald Miller Sr. of Clinton, Maryland and Marsha Turner of Port Charlotte, Florida, as well as his children Caeley, Zackary, and Camden Miller, and stepson Dylan Windsor.
In life, Boo enjoyed racing Motocross up and down the east coast, drinking Pepsi (although a crisp McDonalds Coke was a close second), and watching movies with his family. As he got older he turned his attention to RC cars, even building a dirt track in his backyard and participating in local races. He took pride in his two sons who also shared an affinity for BMX racing and his daughter who just graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelors in Nursing.
A catholic memorial service will be held on June 7, 2022 at Lee Funeral Home in Clinton, Maryland, at 10:00 in the morning, followed by his inurnment at Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a donation made in Boo's honor to the Partnership to End Addiction (https://drugfree.org
) to help those still with us in their battle with addiction, or the National Institute of Drug Abuse (https://nida.nih.gov/about-nida/donating-to-nida
) to help further the necessary research needed to end opioid addiction.
There will always be a profound sense of loss for what could have been, but we take solace in knowing his soul is at peace ~ For God called him home and set him free.