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Casey Wayne Miller

May 11, 1981 ~ January 4, 2022 (age 40)


"No amount of lies, no matter how cleverly couched, will ever outstrip or outlast God's truth, nor will any lie ever outreach His grace." - Frank Peretti (from his book, "Piercing the Darkness").

Casey Wayne Miller was a man who believed with every fiber of his being that the light of Christ shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not, cannot, and never will overcome it. He took the scriptural command quite seriously to always be ready to explain to anyone why he had an unshakeable hope. Ultimate Reflections was his conduit for ministry and his customers were his flock. Servicing his clients was not the only the surface reason for his visits. Many of times, lengthy spiritual conversations with customers outlasted the back-and-forth movements of the tools of his trade.

Born May 11, 1981 to his father and mother, John Miller and Erna Phelps-Grady in Edmond, Oklahoma, Casey graduated from Edmond North High School. Like many average students he continued his education and training throughout his adult life earning his EMT certification and becoming a volunteer firefighter in North Carolina, and also took on-line courses from law schools of Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. He never practiced law professionally but used this training to skillfully converse with others in his life-calling to share the gospel of Jesus in ways most would not dare. Some thought him to be a harbinger while others would see him with the personality of an Old Testament Prophet. Either way, Casey studied the truth, lived the truth, and communicated the truth and he understood this in ways that only Casey could. Because of this many people came to know Jesus because of his living testimony.

Lunch with Jennifer, his loving wife, was a daily occurrence and was something that brought joy to their daily lives. Taking the time to be together for the simplest things was something they strived to do often. They loved kayaking adventures and camping river side. Finding remote river islands with God's beautiful scenery and sleeping under the stars was something that made their wonderful relationship even more beautiful. Casey and his daughter Madison (a.k.a. MadiBear) loved going to dinner and movies, and he and Ashton (a.k.a. Khai Khai) his son loved boxing, and practiced Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu among other manly things. Casey played the violin as a child, but grew up to teach himself how to play the drums and the piano. He also researched the physics behind the effectiveness of the sling-shot used by David to slay Goliath. This devoted father learned to read and speak Hebrew on his own and was an important part of a men's bible study at Crossings Community Church. He consistently studied to strive to be the best so he could guide others for success and not failure. He was never ashamed of his conversations and believed in freedom of speech. He was unique in many way and will be loved and missed by all who knew him.

Casey Wayne Miller is survived by his wife, the love of his life, Jennifer and their two children, Madison (Madi-Bear) and Ashton (Khai Khai). He is also survived by his dad John and mother Erna, along with many friends and acquaintances.

A public viewing will be held, January 13, 2021, from 4 to 8 PM at the Ingram, Smith, and Turner Mortuary 201 E Main, Yukon, Ok, 73099. Funeral services will be Friday, 10:00 AM January 14, 2021, at Crossing Community Church 14600 N Portland Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73134.

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Public Viewing
January 13, 2022

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Ingram, Smith & Turner Mortuary
201 E Main St
Yukon, OK 73099

Funeral Service
January 14, 2022

10:00 AM
Crossings Church
14600 N. Portland
Oklahoma City, OK 73134

Video is available for this event

Interment following funeral service
January 14, 2022

Kansas Cemetery

Piedmont, OK 73078

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