Jamison Miller Obituary – Jamison Miller, who was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, passed away on April 19, 2023 at the age of 19. It is with deep regret that we share the news of his passing. The family would appreciate it if friends and relatives would leave messages of condolence or flowers on this memorial page, and they will be shared with the family.
A memorial service will be conducted at The Brickyard Event Center (1025 S Ammon Road, Ammon, Idaho 83406) on Tuesday, April 25th, 2023 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM to celebrate the life of the deceased. On Tuesday, April 25th, 2023, at 2:00 PM, there will be a service held at the graveside in the Fielding Memorial Park. On June 29, 2007, in Baraboo, Wisconsin, amison Miller Melvin was born to parents Robert Miller and Mercedes Melvin. Shortly after that, John Cary entered his life and brought him up as if he were his own child.
Jamison was a student at Adams-Friendship Middle School, and his absence will be felt by a large number of his classmates and teachers. He had a passion for fishing, and he set out with the goal of reeling in the “catch of a lifetime.” However, he had no idea that he already WAS the catch of a lifetime. Jamison exuded vitality and was the source of everyone’s joy. He was quite simply the coolest kid in the world. His maternal grandparents, John and June Heartman, passed away before he was born. Jamison was named after them.
His parents, Mercedes Melvin and John Cary, as well as his father, Robert Miller; grandparents, Kimberly and Ricky Melvin; brothers Gunner, Drayden, and Zion Cary; aunts Susan Luszczak, Shalene Wilke, Brianna Haskins, Angel Wirts, and Cindy (Greg) Blackley; and uncles William Farmer, Lance Andrew, and Justin (Erica Frymark) Schultz are among his surviving family members. “Because I’m so little and always leave my handprints on the furniture and walls, you might feel disheartened at times,” she said. But I feel like I’m getting better every day. When I’m an adult, all of these teeny handprints will be gone for good, I can almost guarantee it. Just so you don’t forget, I’ve included a copy of my very last handprint so that you can see how my fingers seemed when they were very young.