July 4, 1959 ~ April 7, 2015
Larry A. Miller, 55, Fargo passed away Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at the Palliative Care Unit of Sanford Health, Fargo. Larry was born July 4, 1959 in Aspen, Colorado to Robert and Carol (Ocker) Benbo. He moved to Fargo with his family where he lived and worked for most of his life. He is survived by his children, Tyler Bjorem Miller, Fargo, ND, Lindsey Miller, Fargo, ND; grandson, Silas Benson, Fargo, ND; siblings, Laurie (Steve) Crowe, Selah, WA, Lonny (Nikki) Miller, Moorhead, MN, Lynnett (Mark) Herz, Fargo, ND, Leland (Lisa) Miller, Bismarck, ND, Stacy (Doug) Pritchard, Fargo, ND, Becky (Billy) Dillmann, Mandan, ND and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Carol and Charles Miller and Robert Benbo and a brother.
Our love and prayers for Larry and his loved ones go ONWARD and UPWARD! See you on the other side Larry! 😉
I got to know larry from my brother kevin who has been larry`s best friend since about 1975.we had a lot good times going to the lakes fishing and just hanging out. he will be greatly missed.
rest in peace big lar.
Karla, Tyler, Lindsey and all, so sorry to hear of Larrys passing. I cant imagine life here in Fargo without Larry. Our paths have crossed so many times, from grade school skating and toboggining at Mickelson, to hanging out in Jr high at ben franklin, to Larrys dad Bob marring my aunt Karen, we have always stayed in touch over the years this has meant so much to me. I will miss Larry so much. Love Rita Simonson
Laurie, Steve, and family of Larry. I am so sorry for your loss of your beloved brother, father, grand-father & uncle. You now have another loving Angel watching over you Prayers for comfort & understanding for you all. . God Bless each one of you.
Sorry to hear about Larry, We enjoyed Larry’s great sense of humor, always got a smile or a laugh when we ran in to him……God Speed Larry! Love Tommy and Lori.
Till we meet again my wonderful friend…. You touched my heart and the hearts of many others along your journey. Love you Larry… May you RIP.
Our sincere sympathies and deepest condolences. Rest in Peace Larry.
so sorry to hear about Larry. He was always a great guy to me!