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Donovan D Miller

August 28, 1993 - May 26, 2020

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Donovan Miller was born in 1993 on August 28th in Sacramento California into the loving arms of Carrie & Donald Miller. He had a large & loving family, including his sisters Candy Dorman, Deanna Miller, DaVonna Miller, Valerie Miller, brothers George Jernigan, Devin Jernigan, Donald Jr. Miller, Dashon Miller & Andre Miller. He was a loving Uncle as well to a plethora of nieces & nephews.

A sunny afternoon on April 8th, 2017 he was wed to his beautiful bride Stephanie Miller, they adored each other day in & out. Together they built a life on the foundation of bliss & endearment.

October 29th, 2018 they welcomed a healthy & glorious baby girl. She was named Davina Faye Miller & quickly became the absolute light of his life.

Donovan was anything but a quiet man, he is survived by his wife Stephanie and daughter Davina who he loved loudly. One thing for sure is he was full of love, he spent his life close in heart to his family and friends. He was caring, optimistic, patient, accepting, kind and warm hearted. Donovan enjoyed spending his free time with the ones he loved. Barbecuing in the Summer, Snowboarding in the Winter, casually strumming on his guitar or ukulele and fishing with his brother Devin. Although the fish were sometimes few, the laughs and memories were bountiful.

Donovan passed away on May 26th 2020 and will never be forgotten. He will rest and watch over us all, we will remember and reminisce him fiercely and forever.