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Kurt Daniel Miller

Kurt Daniel Miller

Kurt Daniel Miller, age 58, of Leesburg, Virginia, unexpectedly departed this life on October 26, 2017. He suffered a stroke and then succumbed to a brain aneurysm. Kurt’s faith was very strong and he knew that his life was fully in God’s hands.

Kurt was an intelligent and gifted fine artist and musician. He was a kind and gentle man. He worked for many years at Loudoun Hunger Relief as a Warehouse Technician, making sure all the food donations were properly prepared and ready to help feed the hungry in Loudoun County. He took great pride in his work and was cherished by many of the people there. Kurt was also an active member of AA in Leesburg and recently celebrated his 7th year of sobriety. He was very active in helping mentor others battling addiction and will be missed by many. In his spare time, when not working on a painting, playing guitar, or working on a model airplane, Kurt enjoyed being an avid Washington Nationals Baseball fan, attending numerous games with his friends and nephew.

Kurt’s greatest charitable act was his gift of organ donation at the time of his death. Through him, three other individuals in the Washington, DC area have been given back their good health and happiness with their families.

Kurt’s parents, MaryAnn and Theodore Miller preceded him in death as well as his brother-in-law, Robert Knuff. He leaves behind to cherish his memory: his sister, Cyndee Renshaw and brother-in-law, John of Marietta GA; his sister, Michele Knuff of Leesburg, VA; nieces, Christina DiLegge of Atlanta, GA and Abby Knuff of Leesburg, VA; nephews, T.J. DelRocco of Nashville, TN and Ben Knuff of Leeburg, VA. He will also be cherished by many other relatives, friends and associates.

A Memorial service will be held for Kurt, Friday, Dec. 29 at 2pm at Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park, Leesburg. Please gather in the parking lot by 2pm.

In honor of Kurt, please consider making a donation, monetary or your gift of time, to Loudoun Mobile Hope or your favorite charity.

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