Curtis N. Miller, AKA Crusty, 67, lost his battle with cancer on April 15, 2018 at his home in Spirit Lake, Idaho with his family by his side. Crusty Curt was born to Robert and Kay Miller December 17, 1950 in the San Fernando Valley, California.
He moved to Spirit Lake, Idaho in the late 1960’s to be with his father, Robert, and step mother Phyllis. There, Curt met his first wife, Carol, whom he had two daughters with, Marissa Jan and Amanda Kay. In 1988 he met his current wife, Elizabeth, and they married in 1992. Elizabeth brought two children, Tony and Adrianne Baker to complete the family.
Curt was hard at work and hard at play his entire life. He worked as a logger, a construction worker, and a white-water rafting guide on the mighty Salmon River. He retired as a construction worker from Silverwood Theme Park in December of 2017.
Curtis was proceeded in death by his sister, Crystal, his mother, Kay, and his father Robert.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Miller, daughters Marissa Miller and Amanda Hone, step children Adrianne and Tony Baker, ten grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Curtis was well loved, well known, and will be missed by many, far and wide.
Services will be held in Spirit Lake, Idaho at the big City Park at 12:00 pm, Sunday May 20, 2018. We will continue on at the White Horse Saloon on Main Street with a wake and potluck.
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