Arthur James Miller was born July 6, 1937, in Edison, Georgia. His parents were the late Luther Will Miller and Eunice Zackery Miller.
Arthur James accepted CHRIST as his SAVIOR at an early age and joined pine Ollie Baptist Church. He was a hard working family man, working faithfully until his retirement from Arlington Oil Mill in Arlington, Georgia.
A kind, caring and devoted person who knew GOD, Arthur departed his earthly life on Sunday, December 16, 2018. He was preceded in death by three children, seven brothers, two sisters, two brothers-in-law and three sisters-in-law.
He leaves memories to be cherished by his faithful and attentive wife of thirty-one years, Janice M. Miller of Blakely, GA; three sons: James Allen Early, Tay S. Early (Jennifer), and Shaun Barber, all of Blakely, GA; four daughters: Helen Magnus of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Tikita Early (Josh) of Baton Rouge, LA, Lois Brown of Camilla, GA, and Gayle Brown of Atlanta, GA; Twenty-Four grandchildren; several great grandchildren; one brother, Leroy Miller (Joann) of Arlington, GA; one sister Ethel Hill of Philadelphia, PA; father n law, Robert L. Early of Orlando, FL; six brothers-in-law: Reginald Jones, Freddie Early, Tony Reed, Ricky Reed, Eddie C. Reed, all of Orlando, FL, Victor Richardson of Bainbridge, GA; eight sister-in-law: Sabrina Early of Orlando, FL, Brenda Early, Maranda Reed, Sarah Reed, Dracey Reed (Jack), all of Blakely, GA, Rebecca Miller of Arlington, Mary Ann Miller of Atlanta, GA, and Sarah Graham (Andrew) of Albany, GA; and a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends.
If when you give the best of your service,
Telling the world that the Savior is come;
Be not dismayed when men don't believe you;
He understands; and say, "Well done."
Oh when I come to the end of my journey,
Weary of life and the battle is won;
Carrying the staff and the cross of redemption,
He'll understand and say, "Well done."
In humble submission to the will of God, Community Funeral Home sadly announces the passing of Mr. Authur James Miller.
Although we are saddened by his passing, we rejoice in knowing that he in a land "where he'll never grow old." Farewell, Authur, you were tired and needed your rest. You were called forth by God, and your soul was truly blessed. We will not weep and mourn because we don't see you on this side anymore. We know that you'll be waiting to meet us on the other shore.
Please keep the Miller family in prayer, as we reflect the gracious memories.