Charles A. Miller - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

March 14, 1927 - September 7, 2021

Charles A. Miller (March14, 1927 to September 7, 2021), longtime resident of Richfield, passed from this life into Christ's presence in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Roma; his brother, Elton, and their parents Otto and Bertha. He is survived by his daughter Candace Stolpe, her husband Norman, and their three sons, and by four great-grandchildren. With great faith in Christ, he served with Wooddale Church and had a personal ministry of prayer and faith sharing. In his career he was a letter carrier with the USPS. He served in the US Army in World War II.

memorial contributions may be made to Wooddale Church, 6630 Shady Oak Road, 6630 Shady Oak Rd., Eden Prairie, MN or International Christian Literature Distributors, P. O. Box 8295, Minneapolis, MN


  1. Shelly Parker says:

    My deepest condolences to Charlie’s family. I had several opportunities to visit with Uncle Charlie during Thompson family gatherings and it didn’t take long for you to become aware of what a devoted child of God he was. I know he and his beloved wife, Roma, and other family members are reunited in perfection and are completely at peace in God’s promise. I extend my prayers of to all who knew and loved Charlie as you mourn his loss. Hold the many memories he left you with close to your hearts until you are reunited again.

    Shelly Parker

  2. Carol Brokaw says:

    Our deepest sympathies to all who loved Charlie, especially his daughter Candy, her husband, Norm Stolpe, and their three sons and families who are dear friends. We are saddened by their loss but rejoice that they one day will be reunited with their loved one in heaven. … Neal & Carol Brokaw

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