David Max Miller
David Max Miller was born October 9, 1973 and died June 6, 2011. He is survived by his mother, Suzzanne Miller, brother, Roy L. Miller II, and sister, Shaunda Kim Taylor. He returned from Phoenix, Arizona in 2010 where he graduated as a LPN. He was to enter Southern Nevada Community College in the fall to graduate with a RN license. He had worked in the medical field since graduating from high school. He will be missed and remembered by his family and friends. God bless you Max.
To my dearest Max. You have been the most incredible friend, simply the best in every way. You have been kind, loving, generous, supportive and courageous. You have always been there for me and have never let me down. You always accepted me and never judged. No matter how badly I felt, you could always make me laugh. I knew from the day I met you that you were one of those rare people I would call a friend until the end. You enriched my life immeasurably. You leave me with so many happy memories and I find myself reminded of you in a million different ways. You will always have a special place in my heart and that’s where I will hold you until we meet again someday. I will always miss you but I know you are holding court somewhere out there and you look divine! It’s hard to put all my feelings for you in a short space. Just know you made a big difference in my life and that’s what we all hope to do in our lifetimes. Baby, you’re a firework!!! May God bless you and keep you, Max. You’re the best. All my love, Yah-meez
We were the best of friends in Jr high, you left a stain on my heart forever. I’m heartbroken! My love and prayers of comfort to your family!
It’s July 2014 and I just stumbled on this page trying to find you since you left Phoenix. I’m so sorry I missed out on following up with you. I’ll never forget your giggle/laugh and how you knew every line in all of the Star Wars movies!! MMM the Chinese food we shared at dinners in Phoenix working at the “Copa” hospital together. You were amazing there, you could do your work effortlessly. Last time I talked with you I sent you a signed picture of Julie Newmar she autographed for me to give you. I hope you got it framed, you adored Julie!!! I hope you find some peace where you are now. Bless you and thank you for being in my life. I miss you, Pumpkin!