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Mark Miller

April 01, 2015

Memorial Service - Saturday

April 04, 2015 2:00 P.M.

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo


Boulger Funeral Home

Mark Miller

April 01, 2015


Mark Miller, age 54, of Fargo, ND passed away on April 1, 2015 at Sanford in Fargo, ND.

Mark was born to James and Bonnie Miller on June 28, 1960 in Carrington, ND.  Mark attended high school at Bismarck High School in Bismarck, ND.  After graduation Mark went on to further his studies at North Dakota State University.  Mark worked in a variety of fields at various locations throughout the state of North Dakota. In most recent years he worked at the Fargo Forum.  Mark enjoyed walking along the Red River on a daily basis.  He was often seen on one of his many cross town treks enjoying the weather, no matter the season.  He was also an avid hockey fan and rarely missed a televised UND game. Throughout the years he enjoyed live hockey games especially those featuring his son, Derek.

Mark is survived by his son, Derek (Krystal) Miller; his granddaughter, Lauren Miller  his parents, James and Bonnie Miller; his brother, Mike Miller; his sister, Kelly (Bryan) Ray; his niece, Abbianne Ray; his step-nephews, Briley and Otto; and step niece, Karista; as well as many cousins, aunts, uncles and  other extended family.

 The family requests that all memorials be donated to the New Life Center in Fargo, ND in his honor. 


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3 responses to “Mark Miller”

  1. John Karlstad says:

    Good bye Mark. You will be missed by all who knew you and had the privilege to know you in this life. My God hold you in his arms til we meet again.

  2. Michael Miller says:

    I am Mark’s brother, I was sad to see that no one from the New Life Center attended the service, not his case manager, only 3 friends and a Salvation Army worker.
    I miss you
    My brother and
    Life long friend
    We had so much
    It’s not the end
    We will be together
    someday again
    – Mike

  3. Sandy Stenehjem says:

    Many happy memories of Mark. Thanks for letting me know Mike. RIP old friend.

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