David Clifford Miller, 83, who was retired from Anchor Motor Freight, died Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, after an extended illness.
He was born June 24, 1930, to Ruth and Samuel Miller. He grew up on a farm in Lapeer, Mich.
Mr. Miller was skillful and versatile at fabrication, welding and mechanics. He worked for Coulter Sales as a truck driver and farm worker. He later worked for Vesslys Apache Campers Trucking and for Grand Truck Railroad. He retired from Anchor Motor Freight in 1991. He and wife then made their home in Billings where he went to work for Keil Farms hauling grain and sugar beets.
He married Barbara in 1978.
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Michael, Mark and Victor; three daughters, Helen Wyse, Sally Veith and Sandy Holy; stepchildren, Charmaine, Roy, John, Frank and Bob Cooper, Sally Monn and David Miner; a sister, Maxine Beattie; a brother, Daniel; 19 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
Visitation began Feb. 11. Services were Feb. 11, with the Rev. George Burgin officiating, at Cremation & Funeral Gallery. A light luncheon and more visitation followed the service. A later memorial and burial will be held in Michigan.