Harrison Miller Obituary Elkhorn, NE, Harrison Miller Funeral Notice

Harrison Miller Death, Obituary – Harrison Francis Miller of Elkhorn, Nebraska has sadly passed away at the age of 18 on Friday, December 16, 2022. Harrison Miller, the offspring of Shannon and Murray Miller, was brought into the world on March 11th, 2004, and made his home in Omaha, Nebraska. Harrison was awarded his high school certificate from Elkhorn South in 2022, and he had just finished his first semester at the University of Nebraska.

Harrison was an active participant in the St. Patrick’s Youth Program as well as a frequent donor of his time to philanthropic organizations. In addition to that, he was employed at Hy-Vee. Harrison initiated a fellowship program at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church for the young people of his generation when he was a member of the youth group there.

Harrison Miller had a life that was much too brief yet was jam-packed with experience despite the fact that it was cut far too short. Harrison competed in the sports of baseball, rugby, and football throughout his time at college. Harrison was a champion in fantasy football and a major fan of both the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Kansas City Chiefs. He was also a champion in the game of fantasy football.

Harrison was a committed skier who has climbed to the top of two of Colorado’s 14-thousand-foot peaks as well as the pinnacle of Diamond Head in Hawaii. Both of these feats were accomplished by Harrison. During his travels, Harrison toured the Grand Canyon, climbed to the top of the Hollywood Sign, and rode a gondola through the canals of Venice. He went to the Vatican and saw the Mona Lisa and David, which were created by Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, respectively. He also witnessed a total solar eclipse.

Harrison was a witness to the inauguration of a president of the United States and was one of the last persons to see Queen Elizabeth II. In addition to that, he went fishing in Iceland, saw the Colosseum in Rome, dined at the top of the Eiffel Tower, journeyed to Carhenge, and observed the inauguration of a president of the United States. Harrison vacationed in Winslow, Arizona, worked out at Muscle Beach, and hiked along the Camino de Santiago in Spain.

Harrison saw live performances given by a large number of famous performers, some of them include Tom Petty, Billy Joel, The Who, The Rolling Stones, U2, Dream Theater, and far too many others to list here. Following one of Bruce Springsteen’s performances, the Boss personally gave him one of his guitar picks and remarked that he “looked like he was having a good time” while doing so. Harrison was in charge the vast bulk of the time.

Although Harrison only lived a short life, he was still able to leave a significant mark on the world in which we live. His wife and children, along with the countless friends he had over the years, will miss him terribly. What a blessing it was for us to have someone who would make it so difficult for us to say goodbye to them!

Harrison is survived by his grandmothers, Elaine McGuire and Carol Miller, as well as by his mother, Shannon Miller; his father, Murray Miller; his siblings, Elizabeth Grashorn (Tyler), McGuire Miller, and Merrigan Miller; his nephew, Carter Grashorn; and his mother’s father, Tyler Grashorn. In addition, Harrison is survived by his mother’s father, Tyler Grashorn, who is Harrison’s mother’s stepfather. His grandfathers Michael McGuire and Larry Miller, who both predeceased him, were Michael McGuire and Larry Miller.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m., and the memorial service will commence at 7 p.m. St. Patrick’s Catholic Church can be found in Elkhorn, Nebraska 68022 at the address 20500 W Maple Road, and will serve as the venue for both of the aforementioned events. On Wednesday at 10:30 in the morning, the Funeral Mass will be held at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, which is located at 20500 W Maple Rd. in Elkhorn, Nebraska 68022.