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Beau Garrett Miller, age 25

Beau Garrett Miller, age 25, was born on October 23, 1995 in Jacksonville, Arkansas to Karen Wood and Gary Miller.  He was a graduate of Vilonia High School, a physical fitness trainer and worked in sales and distribution.

Beau was a lover of life and people. He was a gentle giant with a warm, compassionate and generous heart and an infectious smile.  His deepest and most enduring passions were to be a pillar of strength and protector of those he loved and anyone who needed help.  He loved God, his family, his country, his Scottish heritage and football. 

Beau was preceded in death by his uncle, Arkansas State Trooper Jimmie H. White II, who served as a lifelong role model to Beau.  He was also preceded by his grandfather and namesake Millard “Bo” Miller, uncle Charles Miller, and his great aunt Leola Sisson with whom he was very close.  He is survived by his mother and father Karen and Gary, grandparents Macel, Jimmie and Martha, his siblings Amanda and Matthew, aunts Janet and Sheryl, cousin Scott, and countless friends.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, February 22, 2021 in the chapel at A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main St., Jacksonville AR 72076.   501-982-3400.  Donations may be sent to Beau Miller Memorial on  Flowers may be sent to A Natural State Funeral Service. 


  • Victoria McCann Posted February 11, 2021 7:10 PM

    Beau had the biggest heart, and to know Beau, was to love Beau. He will be greatly missed by many.
    Prayers for all family and friends grieving the loss of this precious soul.

    • Beaus mom Posted February 12, 2021 7:32 PM

      Thank u so much Ms McCann for your kind words about Beau

      • Chase Hendrixson Posted February 13, 2021 5:28 PM

        I met beau back when we were all around 12-13. Beau, , Braylin, Blaine, and I. We would just play video games and jump on the trampoline and just be kids , then as we all grew up we got all into working out and being stronger than the other I knew beau was a good soul to be around back then. As he grew up he kept his passion in everything he loved and never lost sight. He was always the person you could talk to about anything and he would be there. He will truly be missed and I just know he’s making new friends up in heaven, until we see you again beau!

  • Samantha Parsons Posted February 11, 2021 10:40 PM

    He was always walking the halls in high school with a smile and always that one to make you laugh at lunch. God look over this family and keep them in your hearts.

    • Beaus mom Posted February 12, 2021 7:30 PM

      Thank u for this glimpse into my son’s life

    • Beaus mom Posted February 12, 2021 7:34 PM

      Thank u for this glimpse into my son’s life.

  • Olivia Davidson Posted February 12, 2021 9:28 AM

    Sending all of my love, thoughts, and prayers to my dear Beau (Biffie <3) Miller's family. Beau was a beacon of light for me during some of the hardest years of my life in high school. He was a protector, a cheer leader, and my biggest hype man. It was a honor to watch him grow into the man he became. To say he will be missed, just doesn't do him justice.. fly high my beautiful friend.

    • Beaus mom Posted February 12, 2021 7:28 PM

      That was lovely, thank u Olivia

  • Miranda Furber Posted February 14, 2021 10:32 PM

    Beau was a wonderful man to be around! There was never a dull moment and his smile could light up a room. You will deeply be missed and always be loved!! My heart broke when I herd the news. I love and miss you Beau

  • Bailey Dozler Posted February 20, 2021 1:43 PM

    Beau was such a beautiful person. We bonded so much working together. Eating jimmy Johns together every day while gossiping about our co workers will forever be a favorite memory of mine. You really were such a gentle giant. I will forever cherish the memories from the horrid CPR class we had to take together. I hated hugs (and still do) but your forced hugs (haha) will always be the best. Thank you for all the donated money you gave to support my toy drives. Thank you for all the McDonald’s and jimmy johns. Thank you for all the “I’m going to Big lots to get snacks” runs. Thank you for giving me so many great memories to hold onto Beau.

  • Branson Sutter Posted February 24, 2021 8:19 PM

    I am so saddened to hear this, I didn’t know Beau as an adult but I was blessed to know him as a child. One year during middle school I lived in the neighborhood with Beau, he always followed around us older kids. We didn’t mind having him around because he was one of the funniest little kids you could imagine. Always smiling and doing his best to entertain us. I don’t remember how it started but we called him Buck, one day he started pretending he was a news anchor named Buck Johnson, he would hold his finger up in the air and say “this is Buck Johnson, on the news” and we just thought it was hilarious so of course he milked every laugh he could get out of it. That was One of the best years of my childhood for a variety of reasons and Beau was one of them. Such a funny and sweet little kid, he could make everybody smile. I haven’t seen him in almost 20 years and yet I was deeply saddened by this. RIP Buck

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