Ethan Miller Obituary, Death – On December 4, 2022, Ethan Jarred Miller, then 20 years old and a resident of Lewisburg, became a soldier in God’s army. On Saturday, December 10th at 2:00 PM at the Bills-McGaugh & Hamilton Funeral Home, Pastor Cliff Vines will officiate a Celebration of Life service in honor of Ethan, who passed away earlier this month. On Saturday, from one o’clock in the afternoon until it is time for the service, the family will get together with friends. At a later date, the cremains of the deceased will be interred at the Sunset Park Columbarium. Donations to Dive Heart can be made at any time at www.diveheart.com in lieu of flowers, as the family has requested.
In the year 2002, on the 30th of August, Ethan was born in Franklin, Tennessee. He had earned his diploma from Marshall County High School and was a member of the class of 2020. While he was a student at Marshall County High School, he was an important member of the school’s football team. Ethan was invited to participate in their training after expressing interest in becoming a Navy Seal. He had a deep affinity for being near or submerged in water, and he held a valid certification to operate a scuba diving vehicle. Ethan was also an enthusiastic participant in outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, and hiking.
Surviving members of his family are his mother and step-father, Carey and Matt Winsett, who live in Lewisburg; his father and step-mother, Timothy and Jamey Miller, who live in Chapel Hill; his brother, Kevin Hull, who lives in Murfreesboro; his sister, Maggie Miller, who lives in Chapel Hill; his grandmother, Mary Alice Miller, who lives in Oneida; his step-grandparents, Keith and Chris Shults, who live in Lewisburg; and Ethan’s grandfather on his mother’s side, EJ Overton, his grandmother on that side, Willa Dene Overton, his grandfather on his father’s side, Tom Miller, and his step-grandfather, Larry Winsett, all passed away before him.