Jaime C. Miller

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Sep 16 1998
Jun 3 2018
19 Years
Honey Brook, Pennsylvania

Jaime Miller, 19, of Honey Brook, passed away on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018. Born in Elkton Maryland he was the son of Stephanie Miller of Conestoga. 

Jaime was a 2017 graduate of Twin Valley High School. He had recently joined the Marine Corps and was scheduled to attend boot camp in the near future. He was currently employed by Griffiths Construction of Chester Springs. Jaime enjoyed time spent with friends, playing soccer, videos games, hiking, and his cat Chloe. 

Jaime is survived in addition to his mother by his grandparents: Walt and Linda Miller of Honey Brook who played a major role in his life; and by his aunt and uncle, Johnie and Trish.

The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 9th, 2018 at 11 AM at Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St., Parkesburg, with visitation from 10 until 11 AM.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made in Jaime's name to Brandywine Valley SPCA.   

Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Jun 9 2018 - 11:00am

Condolences

Linda, Walt and Stephanie, there are no words to express how much our hearts are broken to hear the news of the loss of Jaime, a kind, soft-spoken gentleman.

Enjoyed playing cards and board games  with you every time the family and friends got together . 

Your friends will truly miss you; your classmates will always remember you; yout family will cry for the rest of their lives from losing you and we cherish each and every memory 

we were blessed to share with you.  

love you Jaime 

love, Donna and Hugh  

 

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Dear Walter,

I am so sorry for your loss we will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

Sincerly,

Kristen Dunkleberger

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I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My sincerest condolences to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. 

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I still can't grasp the fact that you are gone.. I don't know how to feel. You are the little brother that i never had..we have shared so many amazing times.. And ill never forget them.. Playing the ps2 together, skateboarding with Nicky, having food fights at trish and johnies..you will forever remain in my heart. I love you. And to Aunt Steph and everyone im here for each and every one of you..i love you guys. Family forever

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Jamie was a caring and down to help anyone type of guy I went to tech with him for the 2 yrs I was there and he was my best friend I will miss him greatly and I’m just so sad that this has happen to one of the people I call family R.I.P. Jamie carpentry club loves you bro

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My condolences to steph,and his grandparents I just don't understand why he did this may God be with you all at this time

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Words cannot express my sympathy. Jamie was a bright and beautiful young man. He brought joy to many. I knew him a short time. Steph, hold those memories dear. This is not goodbye. You one day will be holding Jamie in your loving arms again. Hugs,love and prayers to you and your entire family.

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He was a great guy in high school. Wish he was still here. Gone too soon. RIP. 

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YouI can’t imagine what the family is going through right now. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and everyone else mourning the loss of Jaime. Jaime was always so quiet, but when talking to him, you could tell he was such a caring and humble person. Such a precious life gone too soon. I will always remember Jaime as one of the nicest people in my grade and a guy who always would put a smile on someone’s face. Furthermore, everyone who helped raise him should be proud of what he turned into because you all did a fantastic job helping him become one of the nicest people who has ever walked through the doors of Twin Valley.

Rest In Peace Jaime

You will be truly missed

 

 

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I am so sorry to hear of his passing he was a year older then my daughter we loved when you guys came to visit i have no idea what you are feeling but we don't talk often because life happens but I am here for you anytime you need me.

Love,
Karen and family

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Jaime was a student of mine. He was a bright, kind, and gentle soul. He seemed to be wise beyond his years. I am so sorry to hear of his tragic passing and hope that his family finds comfort in sweet memories of Jaime. 

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