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Isaac R. Miller

September 11, 1951 ~ October 28, 2010

Isaac Raymond Miller, 59, of Moss Bluff passed away at 6:22 PM, Thursday, October 28, 2010 in his residence.


He was born in Kinder, LA and was a life long resident of the Lake Charles/Westlake area. Isaac enjoyed fishing and the outdoors.


Survivors include his wife, Loretta Broussard Miller of Moss Bluff; one son Chad Miller and wife Christy of Friendswood, TX and one daughter, Angie Barnes and husband Jason of Sulphur, LA; step children, Chris Broussard of Lake Charles, Bridget Torres and husband Robert of Moss Bluff, and Johnny Broussard of Westlake; fourteen grandchildren and one great grandson; his mother, Ramona J. Miller of Moss Bluff; one brother, Homer Miller, Jr. and wife Danette, Wanda Lambert and husband Gerald, Honna Briscoe and husband Billy, Belinda Richard and husband Keith, and Eva Tate and husband Mike. He was preceded in death by his father Homer L. Miller, Sr.


His funeral will be at 1:00 PM, Sunday, October 31, 2010 in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Grady O'Neal will officiate. Burial will be in the New Ritchie Cemetery under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home. Visitation will be, Saturday, from 4:00 PM until 9:00 PM and continue from 9:00 AM until time of service, Sunday.

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  1. Chad, Christy, and family,Even though I didn't know you very well, Chad, it was my pleasure to work with Christy at our Preschool. My father told me that he was able to visit with you both at the funeral home yesterday to convey my thoughts and prayers. I know that you have a strong faith and a supportive family to help you through this time. You and your family will continue to be in my prayers.Mrs. Johnnie

  2. Dear Miller family, I was so very to hear of Isaac's passing. He was a very dear soul, and I am thankful to God for having the opportunity to know him.

  3. Issac was a very nice and helpful person. I enjoyed fishing with him a couple of times. He will always be remembered as being a very loving grandfather to all his little ones. May God Bless you all with his comfort and peace at this time. Always remember Issac is in a much better place now,no longer in pain or suffering. Take Care and God Bless You.


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