Curtis Ryan Miller

1978 ∼ 2017

Curtis Ryan Miller

Curtis Ryan Miller, 38, of East Bridgewater passed away unexpectedly on February 8, 2017.  He was the son of Linda Freestone of East Bridgewater and the late Jeff Miller of East Bridgewater and his wife Diane Miller.

Ryan enjoyed cooking, especially with his dad and his Papa. Some of his favorite dishes to make were roast beef, stuffed mushrooms and prime rib. He and his mom were very close. He loved spending time with her and making  special meals for her.  His favorite band was Phish. He traveled to see them in concert often. He also loved camping and fishing.  Ryan also enjoyed spending time with his father on his father’s boat and with his dog Tela. Ryan had an amazing heart and was a very loyal and dedicated friend.

In addition to his mother and stepmother Ryan is survived by his siblings, Elizabeth Gleason of Mansfield, Brian Jones of East Bridgewater, Jason Miller of Holbrook, Kim Berry and her husband Kevin of East Bridgewater, and Sarah Miller of Monson.  He is also survived by his nephews Elias, Zachary, Zeke, Brady, his niece Liliana, and many other family and friends.

All service will be private.

Donations may be made in his memory to East Bridgewater Hope, P.O Box 401, East Bridgewater, MA 02333.

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Donations may be made in his memory to East Bridgewater Hope, P.O Box 401, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

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Curtis Ryan Miller

1978 ∼ 2017

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