Robert T. ‘Bob’ Miller
Robert T. “Bob” Miller, formerly of Delta and Glenwood Springs, died of a heart attack on Dec. 18 while en route to Bakersfield, Calif. aboard a Medevac helicopter. He lived at Pine Mountain Club, Calif.
Robert was born on July 15, 1959 in Denver. He lived in Golden until 1972 when he moved to Delta and subsequently to Glenwood Springs in 1976. He was a member of both the Delta and Glenwood Springs 1st United Methodist Churches. Bob graduated from Glenwood Springs High School in 1978.
After graduation, Bob moved to Denver and worked for Ampex for about a year before attending DeVry University in Phoenix, receiving a degree as an Electronic Technician and continuing working for Ampex in Denver and California.
Later Bob went to work for Paramount Studios in Los Angeles as an electronics specialist in the film and photographic field. Bob left Paramount in 2009 and had been working to obtain a patent and backing to start manufacturing small wind driven electric generators that can be installed in individual homes, furnishing daily electrical needs.
Bob was an outdoorsman. He loved fishing and camping on the Grand Mesa, the Upper Cimmaron country, and on the Upper Fryingpan. He was also a rock climber, in the South Canyon area near Glenwood Springs.
Bob is survived by his mother, Florence Barlow of Golden; his father, Charles Miller, of Glenwood Springs; four sisters, Ann Flint of Colorado Springs, Kathy Rubalcaba of Arvada, J. Erin Wiencek of Glenwood Springs and Jody Walker of Loomis, Calif.; two brothers, Mike Miller of Fargo, N.D., and Harold Miller of Las Vegas, Nev.
Cremation has taken place and no memorial service has yet been planned.
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