Jack Miller

Sept. 23, 1936 – Aug. 16, 2017


Arthur “Jack” Miller, 80,

rural Lansford, died

Wednesday, Aug. 16,

2017, at a Minot nursing


Jack was born Sept. 23,

1936, on the family farm

near Grano, to Allie and

Sophie (Emerson) Miller.

He was raised on the fam-

ily farm and attended

Grassland Township

School and Mohall High

School. He farmed,

ranched and raised buf-

falo his whole life.

Jack married Myrtle

Rice on July 3, 1954, in

Mohall. Together, they

reared seven children.

Myrtle died April 4, 2014.

Jack was a member of

Zion Lutheran Church,

Mohall, the North Dakota

Stockmen’s Association,

Grassland Township

Board, Grano Cemetery

Board, Rural Ambulance

Board, and the National

Farmers Organization,

and a former member of

the Mohall School Board.

Jack had a deep and

abiding love for his wife

of nearly 60 years, Myrt;

the two of them attended

the National Finals Rodeo

in Las Vegas each year.

He loved spending time

with his children and

their families, farming,

ranching, hunting and

card games.

Family: children,

Gwen (Dale) Mortensen,

Van Hook, John (Brenda)

Miller, Bismarck, Gary

(Karen) Miller, Bismarck,

Mary Miller, Minot, Jeff

(Melanie) Miller, Mohall,

Laurie Miller, Minot, and

Curt (Liz) Miller, Grano;

grandchildren, Greg (Sta-

cey) Mortensen, Jeff (Kris-

ta) Mortensen, Scott (Ha-

ley) Mortensen, John

(Steph) Miller, Jessica

(Jon) Carlson, Andrew

(Sage) Miller, Stephanie

(Shane) Cornelius, Derek

(Tera) Miller, Jim Miller,

Tom (Brandi) Miller, Jam-

ie (Reggie) Williams, Brit-

tany Miller and Jackie

Miller; 28

great-grandchildren; and

numerous nieces,

nephews and cousins.

Jack was preceded in

death by: his wife, Myr-

tle; parents; brother,

George (Joan) Miller; and

sister, Marion Erickson.

Funeral: 1 p.m., Tues-

day, Aug. 22, 2017, at

Zion Lutheran Church,


Burial: Grano

Cemetery, Grano.

Sharing of Memories

Service: 11 a.m., Tues-

day, at the church.

Visitation: 9 a.m. until

the service time, at the


Memorials: Memorials

preferred to the Mohall

Ambulance Service or

Zion Lutheran Church,


(Brose Funeral Home,