Ronald Miller

Ronald Joseph Miller

June 24, 1950 - April 3, 2021
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Ronald J. Miller, age 70, of Oak Forest, loving partner of 38 years to Anna Marie Hensley; devoted son of the late Catherine Elizabeth and Edward J. Miler Sr.; cherished brother of Edward Jr. (the late Fran) Miller, Joyce (the late Jim) Koziel and the late Jean (the late Richard) Braun; dear uncle of Rosemary (Luke) Sexton, Tony Braun and Cathy Braun; dearest great uncle of Autumn Sexton. Visitation Wednesday 3-8 P.M. at Lawn Funeral Home, 7732 W. 159th St. Orland Park, IL 60462. Due to the current health guidelines, we are limited to 50 attendees at a time. We kindly ask that you exit the funeral home after paying your respects to the family so that all visitors have an opportunity to enter. Masks and proper social distancing required. The coffee lounge is not available for use, please refrain from bringing food into the funeral home. Funeral Info: 708 429-3200. In lieu of flowers memorials to Les Turner ALS Foundation 5550 W. Touhy Ave. Skokie, IL 60077 or TLC Animal Shelter 13016 W. 151st St. Homer Glen, IL 60491 would be appreciated.
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    Wednesday April 7, 2021 | 3:00pm - 8:00pm
    Wednesday April 7, 2021 3:00pm - 8:00pm
    Lawn Funeral Home - Orland Park
    7732 W. 159th St.
    Orland Park, IL 60462
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Posted at 10:49am

Tony Posted at 10:54am

We knew each other since St. Mary's school days and were in rival bands in the '60's and yet all these years and we've managed to still hook up because of the music. Last saw you at the Dick Biondi fundraiser above. Great times. Who thought it would be the last time we'd get together. RIP Bunky.

Tony Warren Posted at 10:48am

We've known each other since St.Mary's. We were in rival bands in the 60's and even penned a couple of tunes together. Last time I saw you was at the Dick Biondi Fundraiser in 2019. Who would have thought that was the last time we'd hook up. RIP Bunky.

Tom Dorgan

Posted at 10:02am
Ron was more than a cousin
He was a cousin-brother-friend. He enjoyed our yearly visits to Wrigley Field with Mark and John. He always made it fun for me to visit Chicago each year. I am so glad that we went to the Rock and Roll Hall ov Fame a couple of years ago. It was on a bucket list of things to do in life. Ron loved music and entertaining people. When he sang and played, he brought joy to everyone. You will be missed Ronnie, but we will have a reunion again in the future. God Bless you my Cousin-Brother-Friend.

Thom Michaels

Posted at 08:24pm
By way of music,Ron was responsible for re-uniting some fellow grads from Star Of The Sea.Music awakens the mind and helps us to remember the good times.Ron,in the words of Rick Dellinger...”keep on rockin”. Thom Michaels

Robb Wing

Posted at 12:10pm
I met Ron many years ago as I auditioned for his band “Now and Then”. I was with Ron and the band for around 3 years. We shared the same philosophy on being in a pro band. Dedication, be on time, learn your parts correctly.
Always admired how he played non stop on weekends.
It’s something most of us musicians wish we could do more.
A good man with an infectious smile. He will missed by many.

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