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Scott Randall Miller

April 16, 1966 — November 30, 2020

Scott Randall Miller, age 54, left this earth for his Heavenly Home to be with our Lord and Savior on November 30, 2020. He is no longer bound by the things of this world but walking (and riding) on the streets of gold with Jesus.
Scott, or Scotty as he was so fondly known to his friends, was born in Cushing, OK on April 16, 1966. He was the eldest child of Randall Alfred Miller and Lavonna Gayle (Nickelson). Scott soon became an older brother to Kyle Alfred Miller. He grew up on a farm near Ripley, OK exploring the creeks and fields while helping his parents on the dairy farm and finding time to tinker with all things mechanical. Scott graduated from Ripley High School in 1984. In a whirlwind courtship, Scotty married the love of his life Nancy, whom he met on December 28, 1990 and married on June 11, 1991 at Taylorsville, and they made their home in the Stillwater area for 29 years. Scotty and Nancy enjoyed many adventures together.
Scott has held jobs as a car and motorcycle mechanic, achieving his dream of owning his own shops working with his buddy, Clint Billingslea, with Covenant Custom Cycles, and later his own business Steele Horse Customs, and he spent the last 11 years as a heavy equipment operator working for Payne County District 3. He loved “playing in the dirt.”
Scotty’s greatest passion entered his life when he accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior and began a life of adventure on the road with his Pastor, John Billingslea, in the Tribe of Judah Motorcycle Ministries. No road was too long, too wet, too cold, or too hot for Jesus. Scotty enjoyed the opportunity to pilot a race bike for the OKC Chapter of the Tribe of Judah. He often shared his talent of working on bikes to help those around him. He used his gifts in his church by playing the bass guitar and helping with maintenance in his church.
Those who know Scotty know that he enjoyed working on cars, motorcycles, and making knives. They also know that he had a love and passion for helping people. Scotty never met a stranger and was loved by many. He always gave from his heart and was willing to lend a hand or a part or a tool or an ear.
Scott is survived by his wife, Nancy Miller of Stillwater, his mother and father, Randall and Gayle Miller of Stillwater, his brother, Kyle Miller and James Mei of Felton, California, his aunts, Kay Jetton of Anaheim, California, and Maxine Meyer of Cushing, Oklahoma, Ramona Wheatley of Stillwater, his cousins, Daren and Jody, his uncle, Kendall Miller and his wife, Brenda of Stillwater, his cousins, Jennifer and Heather, his brother and sister-in-law, Ivan and Wendy Blanco of Olathe, Kansas, his niece Hannah, and nephews Cameron, Alex, and Aaron, in addition to many well-loved extended family members and friends from all over.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Alfred and Mildred Miller, Leon and Clois Nickelson, his two uncles, John Jetton and Gilbert Meyer, his cousin, Brent Wheatley, and his father and mother-in-law, David and Mary Ann Clodfelter of Stillwater.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Tribe of Judah Motorcycle Ministries (Mailing Address: PO Box 2423, Humble, TX 77347; Website: www.tribeofjudah.com; Text to Give: 833- 242-1690)
Condolences may be sent to the family via the online guest book at www.dightonmarler.com

Due to COVID19 the family of Scott Miller has decided to postpone the memorial service till the summer of 2021.

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