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James Robert “Bob” Miller was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on January 4, 1974 to John Robert Miller and Phyllis Diane Miller.
“Bob” attended Emmerich Manual High School graduating in 1992. While there he enjoyed playing basketball but loved all sports. He was extremely competitive. “Bob” made many lifelong friends during this time and will forever be an “Redskin.” “Bob” was an active member of the Boys & Girls Keenan Stahl Boys Club. “Bob” was a little league coach for football and basketball for many kids. “Bob” loved food and cooking, considering himself a “foodie.” He attended and graduated from The Art Institute in 2019 receiving his bachelor's degree in culinary and pastry. His passion for culinary arts was displayed when he prepared and cooked for the family, church, and whomever asked him.
“Pretty Boy” was Uncle/Daddy to a lot of his family. When the children would act out their parents would call “Bob” and say “Come get your nephew/niece.” His reply was always “ Bring ‘em to me” with no hesitation. ‘Bob” was a jokester and loved to “joan” on people every chance he got. He loved his family wholeheartedly.
At the age of 22 years old he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and personal Savior. He joined Pleasant Union Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Charles Harris. Over the years his church became a second home for him and was a big part of his life. “Bob” enjoyed praising God in song with the choir and the male “Bob” had a servants heart he would prepare food and gather clothing for the homeless in downtown Indianapolis. Under Pastor Holman and First Lady a special spiritual kinship was formed. “Bob” would do anything for his church family. “Bob” worked for, At Your School Child Service for 17 years. Through the years he also worked a host of part time jobs at The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Victory Field, The State Fairgrounds, Market Square Arena, and Soul Sistas Food Truck. “Bob” was united in Holy Matrimony to Tajuana Hall in 1997. Together they raised three amazing children: Kree, Calib, and JaLen that he loved dearly. “Bob” was a big advocate for breast cancer awareness. “Bob” assisted his sister, Nadia, whenever she needed him and supported her organization “Pink 4 Ever” in any way he could, from modeling to the Breast Cancer Walk.
James Robert “Bob” Miller departed this earthly life on January 3, 2022 at the age of 47 years and 364 days. “Bob’ was preceded in death by his sister Johnita Miller and stepfather Thomas Turner.
“Bob” leaves to cherish his memory his loving mother, Phyllis Miller; father, John (Joan) Miller; wife Tajuana Hall-Miller; daughter Kree Hall; sons Calib Hall and JaLen Miller; sisters Tonya (Roosevelt) Crenshaw, Nadia Miller, Nichelle Miller, Stephanie (Damon) Smith; brothers Roderick Turner, John Michael (Nicki) Miller, Mark (Jennifer) Turner; 7 grandchildren and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends that will love and cherish the precious memory of Jimmy, Jimbob, Bob, Fabio, Bobalu, Big Bob. FOREVER!
Humbly Submitted……………….The Family