Todd Alan Miller Sr., 57, of O'Neill died Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at Faith Regional Hospital in Norfolk.

Memorial services will be held at a later date.

Memorials may be made to the family for future designation.

Biglin's Mortuary in O'Neill is in charge of the arrangements.

Todd (A.K.A. The Old Man) was born on June 21, 1962 to Harold and Ardee (Block) Miller in Creighton. He attended school in O’Neill.   

At the age of 16, he met the love of his life Chris (Musil) Miller. They were married on May 2, 1981. They were blessed with six children Nicole, Lacey, Todd Jr., Joshua, Jacob and Caleb. 

Todd worked most of his life as a truck driver.  

He enjoyed bowling, gardening and was an avid O’Neill Eagles Fan and loved going to activities. His absolute favorite thing in the world was to spend time with his family, especially his 14 grandchildren. His family was the most important thing to him and he was fiercely protective of them.  

Todd was a brother, husband, father and friend to many.

Todd is survived by his wife Chris of O’Neill; his six children Nicole Fuller of O’Neill, Lacey Miller (Brandon Schmidt) of Wood River, Todd Jr. Miller (Elisha Albrecht) of Fremont,, Josh (Alex) Miller of O’Neill, Jake (Emily) Miller of Columbus and Caleb (Whitney) Miller of O’Neill; 14 grandchildren; one sister Pam Sobotka of Yankton, SD; Kathy Miller of O’Neill and many nieces, nephews and extended family.

He was preceded in death by his parents Harold and Ardee Miller, grandparents Robert and Mable (Block)Miller and Arthur and Anna (Cihlar) Miller; one uncle Melvin Miller; and one aunt Joyce Meier.  


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