Ronald J. Miller Sr.
We are deeply saddened at the passing of Ronald J Miller Sr., who passed away at his home in Foxboro surrounded by his loving family and daughter Stacey by his bedside on November 25,2021.
Ronald was widowed just one short month ago by his wife of 60 years, Arleen Freedman Miller and his son Ronald J Miller Jr his wife Jaqueline Colon Miller of Sunrise, FL and daughter Stacey Freedman Quinones and her husband Jose M Quinones Sr. of Foxboro, MA and grandchildren Crystallyne Bianca Quinones, Scott Anthony Miller, Amber Ashley Miller and his great grandson Lucas Anthony Miller.
He will be greatly missed by his extended family as well, Richard O. Hill and Patricia Brown, who lovingly and selflessly helped with his care throughout the end of his journey.
Ronald grew up in Boston MA, with his loving family, Mother Pauline Moschera Miller, Step Father Elmer J Miller Sr. Sisters Janice Miller, Marilyn Miller Pollister, Paula Miller Rizzo, Suzanne Miller and his brothers Craig S.Miller ,Curtis G Miller (D) Elmer J Miller Jr. (D) Robert Miller and He is also an uncle to many nieces and nephews.
Ronald began working hard as a young man to help support his large family including his mother, sisters and brothers.
Ronald started his successful career in the Car Wash and Gas station industry where he was Co Owner of Ro-Jo Co. and Dean St Car Wash of Norwood MA until his journey brought him to Dania Florida where he proudly owned and operated the Clean Machine Car Wash.
Ronalds journey led him along in his faith where he became a Minister of his own Church alongside his wife Arleen Miller in Dania Florida. Ronald had a strong desire to help people in need and help direct their paths.
Ronalds passion was formed around his strong dedication to his family where he supported them and was always a constant source of strength in their lives. Ronald was an excellent provider and always was a dominant presence in his family’s lives.
Ronald had a special place in his heart for his granddaughter Crystallyne who he always called “The Baby” even at age 32.
He loved all of his grandchildren very much and was very proud and interested in each and every one of them.
Ronald was either in one of two places, he was either at work or with his wife Arleen, that was a constant that will be treasured long after he is gone.
He taught his children responsibility, determination and morals. He also taught his children the importance of family, which is evident in their passionate support of each other especially during these most difficult times.
My loving Father, may you continue your journey to find the most perfect light to shine on your path until we meet again.. We won’t say goodbye because we won’t let you go, we hold you inside our hearts where you have lived all along.
You are with Mom where you told me just one short month ago that you wanted to be, when I said to you that you can’t just decide that and you looked into my eyes and said oh watch me, yes I can, and that you did.
They always said that they wanted to go into their next journey together and they did.
Although he was a person of faith it was her desire that we should not hold services for his passing, and we will honor that.
Psalm 103:13: “As a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion on those who fear him.” Proverbs 22:6: “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.” 2 Samuel 7:14-15: “I will be a father to him, and he’ll be a son to me.
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