Charles J.'s Story

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Charles was born on November 21, 1954 in Brooklyn, N.Y. The youngest child of Gloria and Charles Miller III, passed away after a courageous and gracious battle with cancer on September 10, 2017.
Charles graduated from Timberlane Regional High School in 1972. He was a member of Danville Baptist Church and confidently believed that as Jesus rose again after dying, he too would be resurrected and live in Christ's presence forever. He led the Christian Order of Masonry as Commander of the Knights Templar, was a pillar of his church and community. Charles was an advocate of the exceeding benefits of chiropractic care within modern medicine, and a pioneer in changing NH legislation to reflect the need for health insurance to cover such treatments. Charles also founded a revolutionary water research company specializing in reverse osmosis water purification systems and research. Amidst all these accomplishments during the span of his life, his biggest accomplishment would undoubtedly be the family he created and nurtured with his devoted and loving wife of 29 years, Leanne Miller.

He is survived by his wife Leanne, father, Charles J. Miller III; son, Charles J Miller V; daughter, Kristina Struthers, daughter, Chelsea Miller and sister, Virginia Miller. Charles was also the proud grandfather of two grandchildren who rekindled that childlike joy that we all long for. "Grampy" would never miss an opportunity to take them surf casting on an idyllic beach day or get down on the ground with them to build trains and cars.

Charles has always invoked the most beautiful qualities in all of us who were privileged to have known him. Larger than life in both stature and soul, words cannot begin to portray how fiercely he will be missed.
"When I awake in heaven I will be fully satisfied for I will see you face to face." Psalm 17:15
Funeral services will be held at the Danville Baptist Church, 226 Main St., Danville, N.H. on Saturday, September 23rd, at 11 a.m.
Published on  September 21, 2017
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