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Harel Glen Miller

December 2, 1948 — October 28, 2023

Harel Glen Miller, 74, of Marion, Texas, unexpectedly passed away to be with the Lord on October 28, 2023. Glen, as he preferred to be called, was born on December 2, 1948 to Harel Gene & Ruth at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Glen graduated from Ector High School in 1968. He later enlisted in the United States Army and served honorably in Vietnam. While Glen was serving his country in Vietnam, he sustained an injury and as a result, was honored with a Purple Heart medal. He was medically retired shortly thereafter. Glen later pursued his passion in the fire protection sprinkler industry where he started off as a pipefitter, moving into drawing, then later running his own company. As of late, he had been playing a key role as an RME for a local fire protection company in San Antonio, T.X.. 

In 1978, Glen met Linda Frazier while in the same bowling league and after one year of dating, Glen married the love of his life, Linda on June 28th, 1980. Glen and Linda both loved to travel the country, exploring new places together, and appreciating God’s beautiful creation.

Glen’s passion was working on his land, lovingly called Miller’s Acre, working on various projects around the home that he loved so dearly. To those who knew him, he was known to laugh, joke and had a selfless nature about him, always  providing for, mentoring, and serving others. When he wasn’t working, Glen loved to be with his family and friends, getting together playing games and enjoying fellowship. He loved his church and enjoyed helping wherever he had an opportunity.

Glen is survived by his wife Linda; his Daughter Stephanie and Husband Alan Foster; Daughter Jennifer and Husband Michael Tokarski; Granddaughters Juliana and Bethany Foster, brother Jimmy Binion and Wife Pat, his niece, nephew, cousins as well as his 4-legged friends Jupie and Bo. 

Glen is preceded in death by parents Harel Gene Miller & Ruth Mitchell Binion, Guy Binion (stepfather), and grandparents.

Viewing will take place on Friday, November 10th, 5pm - 8pm at Schertz Funeral Home.

A home-coming Service will be held on Saturday, November 11th, at 4pm at Marion Baptist Church located at 312 W. Wetz Marion, T.X. to celebrate the life of Glen Miller. Glen will be laid to rest at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery on Monday, November 13, 10:15am - Shelter #2.

For those who cannot attend the homecoming service (Funeral Service) in person on Saturday, November 11th, at 4pm CST at Marion Baptist Church, can live-stream the service on the Marion Baptist Church's Facebook page located at

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Marion Baptist Missions fund.

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Service Schedule

Past Services


Friday, November 10, 2023

5:00 - 8:00pm (Central time)

Schertz Funeral Home & Crematory

2217 FM3009, Schertz, TX 78154

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Funeral Service

Saturday, November 11, 2023

Starts at 4:00pm (Central time)

Marion Baptist Church

312 W Wetz St, Marion, TX 78124

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Graveside Service

Monday, November 13, 2023

Starts at 10:15am (Central time)

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio

1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd, San Antonio, TX 78209

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