James Michael Miller "Mike", 62, passed away on Sunday, December 1, 2019, at his brother's home in Waynesboro. Mike lived a simple yet fulfilled life. He was a carpenter, a musician, a hunter, an artist, and a good old Mountain Man. Loved by all who knew him, a devoted brother, a loving son, a cherished father and grandfather. He will be missed immensely. He has gone home to be with God. Along with our other angels in heaven. His mother and father, Jessie and Jim, as well as his brother, Ronnie. We Rejoice they are together again. Mike is survived by his five children, Michael, Stacey, Amber, Derek, and Leah. He was the proud grandfather of eleven, Hunter, Mason, Jasmine, Danielle, Morgan, Noah, Ryleigh, Serenity, Emily, James, and Ally. Also five siblings, William, Barbara, Carolyn, Patricia, Garry, and a huge family that continues to grow. The last honors will be private for the family. A celebration of life will be held for friends on Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Faith Tabernacle Church, Stuarts Draft at 1 p.m.

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kip davis

I met Mike in 2005 while he was working on the Marshall cabin in Williamsville,Va.As we got to know each other he realized something was troubling me in my life.I had never spoken of this to him,he just knew.His kind thoughts and advice helped to heal my issues as he just had this presence about him.After that I would go to visit him every few weeks as I realized he was the most honest and caring friend that I had ever had!I learned so many meaningful values from him.I wake up every now and then and think of calling him only to realize those days are gone.I love you Michael Miller and will never forget the good times we had together!!You will forever remain a part of my heart. Kip

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