James Miller

James T Miller

Saturday, May 15th, 1943 - Saturday, January 18th, 2020
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Miller, James T., 76, of Northfield, NJ, passed away on January 18, 2020. He was born in Byron, Illinois on May 15, 1943 to Marjorie Peterson and SGT Gomer Peterson who was killed in action in France during WWII. Jim was later adopted by Harold Miller when Marjorie remarried. He graduated from Ocean City High School in 1961 and Murray State College in 1965. He then moved to Ocean City where he joined Carpenters Union 623. He worked for J.J. Nugent Construction for 40 years until an on the job accident left him permanently disabled. Jim is survived by his wife Stephanie; children David Miller (Josette), Kristie Fenton (Joe), Marcia McCulley (Mark), Ashley Parmelee (Damion); grandchildren, Alicia Miller, Scott Miller (Megan), Nicholl and Abbey Fenton, Doug and Bobby Shallcross, and Wyatt and Truett Parmelee; sisters Sharon Gumz and Nancy Quinn (Mike), his best friend Fred Haye (Donna), along with nieces, nephews, and other cherished extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and beloved son Bobby Miller. Donations in his memory can be made to the “Bobby Miller Scholarship Fund” and mailed c/o Marcia McCulley to 13 Homestead Court, Beesleys Point, NJ 08223. Arrangements by and condolences at
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Carol Phillips

Posted at 10:04am
Peppy, I’m so sorry to hear of Jimmy’s passing. You will find comfort in all of the good memories you shared together. I’m so sorry I wasn’t able to attend yesterday but you all were in my thoughts and prayers. Carol


Posted at 08:20pm
I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Jimmy’s passing. I didn’t know him well but remember him from when I was a child. Sending prayers, thoughts and love to you and Ashley.


Posted at 08:08pm
Dear Peppy,
Sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. If I can be of any help please contact me. Jimmy was an amazing carpenter and an even better family man. 609-204-6728.

Karen J. Borek

Posted at 04:45pm
Dear Peppy and Family of Jim Miller,
My deepest sympathy in the loss of Jim. I have fond memories of him from the time of childhood. So grateful for all that he did in working for J. J. Nugent Co.. Hope that memories of him comfort you at this sad time.
Karen Nugent Borek

Rick Austin

Posted at 01:24am
Our deepest condolences. Jim was a good friend and I learned alot from him helping him remodeling his home and out buildings, Our prayers for all of the children, David, Kristie, Marcia and grand-children. Rest In Peace Jim.

Rick Austin and Family

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