December 28, 1933 - March 25, 2019. Harry Miller was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. He went to King Edward Elementary where he formed life-long friends. Harry obtained his Bachelor of Commerce in Manufacturing at the University of British Columbia in 1957. He worked in several different industries which eventually led him to a career in the stock market. Harry incorporated and grew the businesses of over a dozen companies that became listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, the TSX, NASDAQ, AMEX and the NYSE. He had a love of learning, collaborating with others, and building companies that were successful to his loyal shareholder base. He was working on bringing a new biotech company to the public markets and was excited for what the future held for this company.

In 1965, Harry married his first wife Roslyn and became a step father to her children Bo and Lindsay Myers. In July 1967, their son Robert Jeffrey Miller was born. Harry and Roslyn subsequently divorced. In 1977, Harry met and then married Carol Lee Miller. They met in an airport and it was love at first sight for Harry. In 1987 they moved to Bellevue, Washington together where they built their dream home. Harry was pleased their home became a regular gathering spot for their family and friends. Harry and Carol’s relationship was strong and a love affair to the very end. Harry’s presence in this world touched more lives than he will ever know. He will forever be loved and remembered for his passion, energy, integrity and generous spirit.

Harry is survived by his wife Carol; his son: Robert (Robbie) Miller (Nancy) of Vancouver, BC, his two grandchildren Danielle and Joshua Miller and his brother Arnold and sister, Rebecca, both of Vancouver, BC. He is pre-deceased by his parents and his sister Shirley Goldstein.

The funeral service will take place at Butterworth Funeral Chapel, 520 W. Raye Street, Seattle, Washington at 1:00 P.M., March 29, 2019. The internment will follow at Hills of Eternity Cemetery.

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