Olas L Miller

  • Born: August 5, 1937
  • Died: May 19, 2019
  • Location: Green Township, Ohio

Meyer Funeral Home

5864 Bridgetown Road
Cincinnati, OH 45248

Tel. (513) 921-0117

Tribute & Message From The Family

MILLER, Olas L. Beloved husband of Margaret Y. Miller (Nee Baker) for 60 years. Loving father of Boyd (Libbie) Miller, Lloyd (Kathleen) Miller, Warren (Melissa) Miller, David (Marie) Miller and Robert Miller. Devoted grandfather of Sophie Miller, Anne Miller, Caroline Miller, Ryan (Cara) Miller, Danielle (Alex) Douglas, Corinne Miller, Spencer Miller, Sarah (Michael) Willis, Andrew (Sheena) Miller, Zachry Miller, Josephine Miller, Morgan Miller, Grant Miller, Peyton Miller, Alayna Steffen, Nathan Steffen, Claire Miller and great grandfather of Carolyn, Anderson, Maya, Madelyn, Bennett and Finnegan. Dear brother of Opal (the late Willard) Bolton, Ronald (Norma) Miller, Carol (the late Phillip) Waddle and the late Olene (Phillip) Drew and Patricia Karnes. Brother in law of Mel Karnes. Also survived by his numerous nieces, nephews, other family and friends. Passed away on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 81 years of age. Visitation at St. Martin of Tours Church, 3720 St. Martin's Pl., on SATURDAY from 9:00 AM until time of Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Cancer Care Fund at Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, 375 Dixmyth Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220 or to Elder High School Annual Fund, 3900 Vincent Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45205 or to Seton High School, 3901 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45205 or to St. Ursula Academy Fund, 1339 E. McMillan St., Cincinnati, OH 45206 or to Mount Notre Dame, 711 East Columbia Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215. www.bjmeyer.com


Condolence & Memory Journal

Olas and I worked together at Cheviot Fire Department for several years. He loved helping others and treated everyone with great respect. I enjoyed working with Olas, he was always smiling and would share stories of his love for his family. I will miss seeing Olas at 730 mass at Visitation on Sunday mornings.

Marge and the Miller family I am so sorry for your loss, Donna and I will keep your family in our prayers during these difficult times.


Hasselbeck/Cole family

Posted by Larry Cole - Cincinnati, OH - Coworker   May 26, 2019

Fond memories of a really nice gentle man.

Posted by Mary jo Dangel - Friend   May 25, 2019

Uncle Olas,
Several memories surface, Christmas with Grandma Miller, VFW dances, Olenes for family dinners, your laugh...
You've left a legacy, that's the most precious gifts of all.
Boyd, Lloyd, David Warren, Robbie, you were blessed with a father of integrity and admiration for his family.. follow his steps, you'll have an amazing life..

Posted by Tammy Miller - Cincinnati, OH - Family   May 24, 2019

A story by Uncle Arvis Sinclair

Around 1950 I bought some land in Amelia to build a house on. Friday nights, after work, Olas and I would go to Kentucky, spend the night then on Saturday load the truck up with materials and head back home. Olas helped me build the house. One day Olas was holding a 2x4 frame I had set up. There was a loose 2x4 laying on top. Olas was looking around and not holding the frame steady and shook off the loose 2x4. I screamed at him to make him move so he wouldn't get hit but he looked up and it hit him right in the forehead. The blood starting squirting out and it scared me to death. I grabbed him up and put him in the car and ran to the doctor. They put a couple of stitches in. Thank goodness he was ok.

Posted by Glenna Drew    May 23, 2019

Mr. Miller was one of the kindest men I ever had the honor to look up to. Being a good friend of his son Robert, our little group of friends would congregate at the Miller's house, taking over the basement, or the backyard with our goofy but fun shenanigans. Loudly singing, acting and putting on our comedy bits - he never complained about our commotions. Then when we all went to the same college, he and Mrs. Miller drove us for 5 hours each way every semester and break. He even drove my Mom to Parents' weekends. The car rides were hilarious because he joked with us as much as we joked with him. We made fun of his enjoyment of country music and he scolded us for not knowing good music when we heard it. He and Mrs. Miller often times treated us to dinner and was generous beyond compare.
So much love to Robert, Mrs. Miller and the rest of the Miller family. He was loved by so many, and I hope you feel this love as you navigate life without him. Cherish the memories and hold on to each other.

Posted by Jennifer Elsaesser - Sevierville, TN - Family Friend   May 22, 2019

We have been so honored to get to know Olas at family gatherings and through Lloyd and Kathleen. He has made a uplifting impact on us all, and we will miss him! Our prayers are with the whole family in this time of loss.

Posted by Ann Van Kuren-Casper - State College, PA - Family   May 22, 2019

Thoughts and prayers to the entire Miller family. Mr. Miller was a great guy. He was my (and Dave's) baseball and basketball coach, when we were young. He taught us the importance of playing the game the right way. His influence was so inspirational to me growing up in sports. He will not be forgotten. RIP Mr. Miller

Posted by Tim Farrell - Cincinnati, OH - Family Friend   May 22, 2019

We are very sad and to hear of the passing of Olas! He was a wonderful family man and always had a smile on his face. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family during this difficult time.
Love ,
Tim and Chris

Posted by Tim and Chris Berger - Cincinnati, OH - Family Friend   May 21, 2019

Marge, we are so sorry to hear of Olas' passing away. What a great guy Olas is! A proud Marine!
We have fond memories of St. Martin's back in the days when our kids were in school there.
May the angels take Olas to paradise.

Posted by Pat and Harold Scharf - Sunman, IN - Acquaintance   May 21, 2019

O;las will be missed and never forgotten, Marge we love you dearly, you are in our prayers.

Posted by Roger and Barbara Fogus - Cincinnati, OH - Friend   May 20, 2019

Olas will be missed more then you know, and never forgotten. Marge we love you dearly, you in our prays.

Posted by Roger and Barbara Fogus - Cincinnati, OH - Friend   May 20, 2019

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