Mallory Levi Miller Jr.

April 15, 1938 - May 20, 2024
St. Paul's on the Plains Episcopal Church
1510 Ave X
Lubbock, TX 79401
8064453665 | Map
Thursday 5/23, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Mallory Levi Miller, Jr. (Mack), 86, died after a brief illness on Monday morning, May 20, 2024, in Lubbock, Texas. Born April 15, 1938, in El Paso, Texas to Edna Louise Taylor Miller and Mallory Levi Miller, Sr. Mack was big brother to Paul Burke Miller (deceased) and Patricia Louise Miller. After graduating from ElContinue Reading

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Stephen H Balch left a message on May 28, 2024:
I'm deeply saddened to hear of Mallory's passing. He was a true patriot and great guy overall. I, as well as his other friends and fellow constitutionalists, will miss him dearly. RIP. Steve Balch
Pat O’Leary Crane left a message on May 24, 2024:
Mallory Miller has been a close friend for at least 40 years, my whole family loved and trusted him. We met him at St George in San Antonio and became friends early on. We had breakfast after Mass on many Sundays and I always looked forward to seeing him and talking w/ him. He was a wonderful person and regardless of the topic, I enjoyed our conversations. RiIP Mallory and I will catch you on the Other Side when I get there,
Wendell & Sandra Moody left a message on May 23, 2024:
Mallory was a dear & longtime friend of Wendell Moody. Mallory spoke quietly and politely but powerfully demonstrated his a deep love and respect for our Constitution of the United States of America. He always had a copy to share. And he was always up for a good discussion. He taught me (Sandra) a lot in our conversations. He & Wendell would spend hours talking on the phone. We both had such great love & respect for our sweet Mallory. Wendell passed away February 22, 2024 so now he'll have his dear friend Mallory with him!
Frank Gutierrez left a message on May 23, 2024:
Rest in Peace, Sailor. Thank you for all your contributions to the nation and the Lubbock communities. You will not be forgotten.
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Cole Shooter left a message on May 23, 2024:
Mallory was a marvelous person. Wise and a truly deep thinker. Rest well, sir.
Jack Finger, Robert Johnson, and Rita Davis left a message on May 23, 2024:
We extend our fond memories of Mallory and look forward to seeing him in Heaven someday.
Dora M. Russell, Tommy M. Russell, Jr., Tommy M. Russell, Sr left a message on May 23, 2024:
Thank you, Mr. Miller, for being a loving and supportive part of my life.
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Dora M. Russell left a message on May 23, 2024:
Thank you Mr. Miller for the powerful and loving impact that you have had on my life. Thank you for sharing your truly loving and compassionate daughter, Helen Miller Liggett, with me. You will always have a special place in my heart. Love, Dora M. Russell
Alyce Smithson Ashcraft left a message on May 22, 2024:
I loved talking with your father Helen because he was his own man and had strong opinions! I admire a person who can talk the talk AND walk the walk! Alyce Ashcraft
Constitutionalist Society left a message on May 22, 2024:
The Constitutionalist Society, and the Reason, Religion and Reality Radio Show Gang and listeners will miss Mallory. Mallory brought knowledge and inspiration to all.
Nancy Hardman Klemme left a message on May 21, 2024:
Mallory and Margie Miller were among my parents best friends since college. Mack became a regular in our lives when he moved to Lubbock. My children quickly took to him and learned much from him, as did I. Sending condolences and prayers to the family. We love you Mack! Fly high with the angels. Hope you and my dad have a great reunion.
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
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