John Maclin (Mac) Miller

January 28, 2019 23 Condolences Print Obituary

Mac Miller, born in Beaverlodge, Alberta on April 3, 1944, passed away surrounded by family on Friday, January 25, 2019. Mac will be sadly missed and forever remembered by his wife Anne, daughters Lorie (Jeff) and Jackie (Jeff), sister Joan (Ken), brother Rod (Faye), and grandchildren Mackenzie, Cayden, and Abby. Mac was predeceased by his grandson Jackson, his brother Austin, and his parents Dorothy and Samuel.

Mac was a hard-core Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Eskimos fan and an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, and golfing. He also enjoyed dancing and attending local bluegrass festivals. Mac proudly earned his black belt in Karate. As a community minded individual, Mac participated on the boards of the Leduc Black Gold Golf Tournament and Oilfield Technical Society (OTS) for many years. Mac and Anne enjoyed spending many winters in their Arizona home where they made many new friends.

Mac will forever be known for his big heart and even bigger laugh.

Cremation has taken place and a private family celebration of his life will be held in Edmonton, Alberta.

In lieu of flowers, for those who wish to make a gift, donations may be made in Mac’s memory to the Jackson Wright Youth Fund at the Fredericton Community Foundation at 390 King St., Suite 201, Fredericton, NB E3B 1E3, (506)454-2262, www.fredfdn.ca/give/.

Personal condolences may be offered through www.trinityfuneralhome.ca

  1. so sorry for your loss anne and family were thinking of you all at his sad time

  2. Ken and I were so sad to have read this. We have never come across anyone that was more fun to golf with or just be with. You will all have soooo many amazing memories.

  3. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Mac. He was a man who loved to laugh and had lots of stories from life’s experiences. He had a glint in his eyes and a mischievous, contagious smile.

    Our sincere condolences to the Miller family. May God give you peace and comfort during this heartbreaking time.

  4. Ann. So sorry to hear of your loss of a very special person and friend. Mac will be missed by all of us. He was one of the few good ones.

  5. We are so very sorry for your loss Anne, and family.
    Your Mission Royale family will truly miss hearing his laugh, and his company around the golf course.

  6. Anne
    Our sincere condolences Anne from both Joe & I. We are so fortunate to have met such a wonderful man in Arizona. His laughter will always touch our memories of him. Rest In Peace MAC ❤️

  7. Anne and family

    We are very sorry to hear of Mac’s passing he will always be remembered in our hearts as a happy and loving person, may you dwell on all of the wonderful times that you had together

    God Bless Myron and Anita Yurko

  8. So sorry to hear about Mac , my prayers go out to you Anne and family .He will be missed .
    Love Karin McDonald

  9. So very sorry for your loss he will be so missed

  10. We are Very Sad to hear of Mac’s passing Anne, Lori and Jackie and families. Hugs to each of you. Please accept our condolences, kind thoughts and prayers from Laurie & Phyllis Lindgren and Family.

  11. Anne and family, we are saddened to hear of Mac’s passing, our thoughts are with your family and this difficult time.

  12. Dear Anne & family,

    We are so deeply saddened for your loss of Mac. We truly enjoyed having Mac and you as our friends and neighbors in Leduc for all those years. We had so many great laughs with Mac and we will never forget the kind and wonderful man that he was. Mac will be with each of you in your hearts and in your memories. Both of us will always cherish his friendship.
    May the love of your family and friends help you through this very difficult time.

    Our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Brian & Kathy

  13. So sorry to hear of Mac’s recent passing. We hope you: Anne, Lori, Jackie and families, will gain strength from all your memories. Mac’s zest for life and love of people is his awesome legacy.

  14. Our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Anne and your family. Lynn and Judy.

  15. My condolences to Anne and family. I will miss hearing Mac’s laugh when the members of our community gather for our gazebo pot luck dinners. I am proud to say that I was his friend.

  16. so sorry for your loss, I will miss that fun joking personality when I saw him at the golf course.
    he will missed.

  17. My sincere condolences to Mac’s family on their loss. He was a wonderful friend and person to do business with over the years.I will always remember that wonderful laugh of his. You could always tell who was at the front desk signing in when he stopped by to say hello, just by that laugh.RIP old friend.

  18. Dear Anne and family,
    We are so very sorry for the sad loss of Mac. Cheryl and I will always remember him as a great neighbour here in Leduc with a beautiful, unique laugh; you would always know that he was around. We missed you both when you moved.
    May you and your family find peace and comfort during this sad time.

  19. Sorry to hear about Mac’s passing he was a true legend in the oilfield and a pleasure to do business with.Your laugh and witt will not be forgotten.Rest in peace Mac

    Scott & Charlotte Giles

  20. My condolences Anne. Mac was a mentor and golf buddy to me in my early years. One of the most fun guys I ever golfed with. I wish you and your family all the best.

  21. My deepest sympathies to the Miller family. Mac had a positive attitude towards everything. When the Oilers lost he would say the sun would still shine the next morning. He had the most infectious laugh and smile which I will always remember.

  22. Dear Anne,
    Mac was such a kind and caring man with a big heart. We always enjoyed his company, and his warm smile and laugh.
    You were both missed very much in our Mission Royale community after you moved.
    Lovingly remembered
    Ken and Susan Myers

  23. Anne, Lori, Jackie and family,

    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mac. He was a wonderful man with an infectious laugh that lit up a room. He was such a huge part of my childhood, I have such fond memories of him. From travelling to your lake lot listening and singing along to Bryan Adams, going to my first concert (The Beach Boys), to taking Jackie and I to Chemo to work with him, to him making us his famous mushroom soup sandwiches. All memories I will treasure. Please know that he put a smile on so many faces just by entering a room. A great man that will be greatly missed!

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