Throughout his journey of life, Glenn found the Lord as a young husband and father. It was at this time that he began to mature in his walk with the Lord. He was a husband and father that led by example with daily devotions and prayer. He loved his family with a selfless love, and he gave unconditionally. The one thing he was sure to leave with his four children, as was stated in his own words, "was to be faithful to God, family and your service to your Church." His passion in life was to love the Lord through his ministry with Royal Rangers, Light for the Lost, Convoy of Hope, and his Sunday school teachings, as well as being a leader in the church. As his journey with the Lord continued to grow, he found a passion for the outdoors and the sport of hunting. This love has since been passed on to his wife, his sons and his grandsons. The legacy that he leaves with his family will forever be cherished. He has instilled in each one of them how to have an unconditional love for themselves, their family and most importantly their Lord and Saviour.
Others who survive him include: four children, Bradley Glenn Miller and wife Sherry of Cabool, Brian Matthew Miller and wife Beth of Pleasant Plains, Ill., Gavin Blaine Miller and wife Kristin of Sedalia, and Genee' Monique Fischer and husband Kent of Tipton; nine grandchildren, Logan and Lauren Miller, Macaela and Isaiah Miller, Maddy, Maddox and Jaxon Miller and Blake and Braden Fischer; two brothers, Jim Miller and wife Karen of Dexter and Gale Miller and wife Nancy of Bloomfield; and one sister, Brenda Pardon of Dexter.
Services were held at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 14, at the First Assembly of God Church in Eldon. Rev. James Hedrick officiated.
Services were also held at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at the First Assembly of God Church in Dexter. Bro. Gary Petty officiated.
Interment was held at Cape County Memorial Park Cemetery in Cape Girardeau.
Memorial contributions are suggested to Light for the Lost, a men's ministry for the Assemblies of God.