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Glenn Anthony Miller

January 8, 1960 — February 7, 2024

Kansas City

Glenn Anthony Miller, 64, born in Frankfurt, Germany, passed away on February 7, 2024, in Kansas City. He passed away from complications of pancreatic cancer, which he was diagnosed with in April 2023. He was born on January 8, 1960. Glenn was a devoted husband, father, and a successful entrepreneur where he served countless Kingdom ministries.
Glenn, along with his wife Kim, founded Miller Management Systems together in 1989. Miller Management has served countless Kingdom ministries over the last 35 years. He co-authored three books, providing ministry leaders with valuable insights on effective administration. However, in his final days, Glenn's sole focus was on caring for Kim and ensuring she would be well taken care of after he was gone. He is proud to leave his business in the care of his oldest son, Chris.
Glenn was preceded in death by his father, Peter Miller Jr., his mother, Elizabeth Ann Rippert Miller, and his brother, David Miller. He is survived by his wife, Kim, his children Christopher (Lauren), Jonathan (Meagan), Elizabeth Baum (Alexander), and Benjamin, as well as his beloved grandchildren Anysia, Samarra, Thea, Thad, Carson, Declan, Joanna, Brooklyn, and Emma. He is also survived by his sisters Debi (John “Bob”) Hill, Gretchen Miller, his brother Stephen Miller, his aunt Kay Nagy, and numerous nieces and nephews. He leaves behind a legacy of love and dedication to his family.
Glenn believed strongly in the power of education. He always said, “That is one thing that can never be taken from you”. He showed passion for it with his extensive educational accomplishments. He obtained an Associate of Science degree from Southwest Baptist University in 1981, a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from University of Missouri Kansas City in 1982, a Masters of Business Administration from University of Missouri Kansas City in 1989, and a Doctorate of Educational Ministry from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2018.
He was an active member of Kearney First Baptist Church, where he loved sitting under the teaching of his friend Ken Parker and the beautiful music of Travis Black.
In his free time, Glenn enjoyed various hobbies including wood working, boating, mini golf, and fishing. He loved to share all these hobbies with his children and grandchildren, which brought him great joy.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Glenn's memory can be made to his favorite cause: Kim and Glenn’s Accounting scholarship fund at his alma mater, Southwest Baptist University. These donations will continue to support a cause that was close to his heart. Checks should be made out to Southwest Baptist University or SBU, with Glenn Miller or Miller Scholarship in the memo line. Checks should be mailed to 1600 University Ave., Bolivar, 65613. They can be sent Attn: Advancement,but is not required. You can also give online here:
The visitation will be held on Friday, February 9 from 6:00-8:00pm at Kearney First Baptist Church. The Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, February 10 at 11:00am at Kearney First Baptist Church. The address for both the visitation and Celebration of Life is 303 S Grove Street, Kearney, MO 64060.
Glenn Anthony Miller will be deeply missed by all who knew him. When you think of him, please remember his mission in life: to see the Kingdom of God thrive and grow so that all may come to know Jesus as their personal Lord and savior. 

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