Douglas “Dougie” J. Miller

August 18, 2013

Douglas “Dougie” J. Miller, 39; of Fulton.  He was born in Oswego and he had been resident of San Diego, CA for 10 years before moving back to Fulton several years ago.  He attended Herkimer Community College for 2 years.  Mr. Miller was a commercial and residential painter for 20 years.  He was a Junior Olympic wrestling gold medallist in Southern CA, and he enjoyed playing baseball in high school.  Currently he was still involved with the Fulton Men’s League slow pitch softball.  Mr. Miller was also an avid fisherman.  He is survived by his parents:   Douglas I. Miller of Fulton,   Jacqueline Miller of Fulton, Paternal grandmother Joann Miller of FL., siblings:  Cassandra Lawson of Fulton and Gregory Miller of Fulton, 5 nieces:  Brooke, Lindsay, Sydney, McKenna, Jordynn, 1 great nephew:  Wesely, 1 great niece:  Isabella and several aunts, uncles, cousins and a large extended family.  Funeral Services will be held 11:30 AM Saturday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S. Fulton with Rev. Stephen Wirkes officiating.  Burial will be held privately.  Calling hours will be conducted 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Saturday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., Fulton.

4 thoughts on “Douglas “Dougie” J. Miller

  1. Doug was an awesome guy. I’m so sorry for your loss. Greg – thinking of you! xoxo
    love, Tara Vescio Smith

  2. Dear Dougie,
    I will hold u in my heart forever. I have lasting memories of u, especially all the holidays we shared. I know u r @peace and Nana is holding you in her arms along with Grandpa Jack and uncle Mike.
    God Bless U. Until we meet again. All my luv/Aunt Mar

  3. My heart goes out to you all. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers in the days to come. Much too young. Acceptance and forgiveness will help you through this. I’ll be sending Love, Light and positive thoughts your way. Hugs.
    In sympathy,
    Jeannie Wilcox

  4. Doug,I remember you growing up being a happy fun loving kid,watched you turn into a teen then an adult. You had an infectious smile and a heart of gold. You’re not “gone” as long as you remain in one’s heart.

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