Chase Lee Miller

June 1, 1984 ~ October 15, 2022 (age 38) 38 Years Old


If you’re reading this, you can rest assured I’m finally at peace. I’m no longer in pain and have let go of my sufferings. Please don’t worry about me. I’m in Heaven with our Lord and Savior spending time with all of the people I haven’t been able to see in quite a long time including my grandparents John & Mary Allen and Billy Joe & Iris Miller, my step mother Jackie Miller, my brother William Miller, and my uncle Dan Allen. We are having a rejoiceful reunion up here.


I grew up sharing time between Castleberry and Montgomery, but I called both places home. I attended T.R. Miller High School where I discovered my love for football. I was an Auburn football fan. Spending time on any body of water, swimming, water sports, hunting and fishing were some of my favorite hobbies. I would always have childlike excitement every time I felt a fish tug on my fishing line (“You know what I’m sayin”). I had a passion for hard work and was not afraid to get my hands dirty; my dad taught me that. I’ve never met a stranger my entire life, and I would give my last penny to anyone else who needed it; I learned those things from my mom. I appreciated and enjoyed listening to music, dancing, and singing (loudly, if I might add).


I deeply loved my family, my friends, and my animals. I’m leaving behind many people I loved dearly including my mother and step father Mike & Don Salter; my father Joe Miller; brothers Travis Miller (Shelby), Jeff Salter, and Russell Salter; my sisters Ashley Callis (Dustin) and Jendell Salter; my uncles Charles Allen, George Salter, Don Miller (Traci), and Sid Miller; my aunts Frances Allen (Joe Woodridge), Nola Allen, Frances Curtman (Stan), Betty Vaughn Oliver, Shirley Tippette (Carl), Beverly Miller, Anita Walls (Bob), Jean Allen, and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.


I know you all are saddened by my sudden departure, but please don’t shed tears. I will be keeping watch over each and every one of you. When you’re feeling down or missing me, just keep in mind my go-to Bible verse Romans 8:28: “God is greater than all the highs and lows.” I’ll be looking forward to the day we all get to be reunited once again, and I’ll be here to greet you with my big ole smile.


In lieu of flowers, my family and I are requesting for donations to be made to R.O.S.S. Recovery Center, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, or any non-profit organization that your heart desires.


A Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at 1:00pm at Williams Chapel UMC (in the Tabernacle) located at 1437 County Road 69, Tuskegee, AL 36083.


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Celebration of Life
October 22, 2022

1:00 PM
Little Texas Tabernacle

Tuskegee, AL 36083


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