Dorsey “Gene” Miller

Dorsey “Gene” Miller
Dorsey “Gene” Miller

Dorsey “Gene” Miller, 73, of Amarillo, TX passed away November 22, 2020.

Gene was born in the small Texas Panhandle town of Wellington, the morning after Christmas December 26, 1946; the 7th and last son of Albert and Opal Miller.  Gene spent his childhood trying to keep up with his big brothers.  The family later moved to Chickasha where Gene attended school.  For most of his adult life, Gene lived in Amarillo where he owned and operated Miller’s Carpet and Tile and later Biker G’s.  Gene traveled thousands of miles across the United States on his beloved Harley Davidson Motorcycles with his many biker friends. When his health limited his trips on the motorcycles, He began Miller’s Car Transport service, which still gave him the opportunity to be on the open road. When not out on the road you could find Gene dancing the soles off his boots with the group at the VFW on 8th street.

In July of this year, Gene was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and he went to battle and battle he did, always with a positive attitude and a win-win spirit.  He was a bold and brave warrior until the end when with family at his side he peacefully and quietly left his home here to spend eternity with his Father in his Heavenly Home.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Albert and Opal Miller; his brothers, Thomas Miller, Jim and Carrie Miller, Pete Miller, PeeWee Miller, Charlie Miller, and Alton and Shirley Miller; and his grandson, Austin Janke.

Survived by children, April and Brian Cole, Norman, OK,  Nicole Miller, Elk City, OK,  Chad and Stevie Miller, Amber, OK,  Misty Janke, Blanchard, OK;  grandchildren, Mathew McComas, Molly Lewis, Jared Hilbolt,  Allie Cole, Addison Cole, Kaylee  Brynlea, Cason Miller, Dalton Vance, and Clayton Vance; great-granddaughter, Nova Grace McComas; sisters-in-law, Joan Miller, Mary Miller, Carolyn Myers, Zel Roberson; many nieces and nephews; and numerous special friends who Gene considered family who prayed, called, texted and loved him throughout his journey.

Memorial services will be at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, December 12, 2020, at Family Life Church, 204 W. Idaho, Cyril, OK 73029.

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8 Replies to “Dorsey “Gene” Miller”

  1. Very sad to hear his passing! Thank you for being our family while living in Amarillo.!
    Darryl craus

  2. My deepest sympathy to the family. Gene was one of kind and a loving soul. He will be sorely missed and the world is a little sadder because of his absence.
    Rest in Peace, my friend.

  3. Gene. You will truly be missed by us. I am glad you called me 3 weeks ago and I was able to come see you in hospital if I had only known I would have spent more time when we were laughing and talking about heart is broken as well as your family and friends. I am proud to have known you for the last 7 years . Buddy you are no longer hurting here on earth but you are with your heavenly family and will missed every moment here. I love you and will miss all our chats

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