John C. Miller
Sunrise: April 14, 1979 - Sunset: November 18, 2022
John C. Miller, lovingly remembered as “Honey Bun” to some and “Tank” to others, was born on April 14, 1979 in Milford, Delaware. He departed this life peacefully on Friday, November 18, 2022.
John received his formal education and graduated from Milford School District with the Class of 1997. John played Varsity football with the Milford Bucs with jersey number 78. After graduation, John enrolled in Delaware Technical Community College in 1997 obtaining a degree in business in 2001. At the time of John's passing, he was employed with Popeyes for ten years, and over the years, John was employed with KFC for 14 years, and Champions for Children Mental Health for five years. John served on the board of directors for Champions, he was the C.E.O. of L.O.Z Photography, where he enjoyed taking pictures for Pro Wrestlers such as 302, 1CW, DCW, Delmar Wrestling Digest, and Ring of Honor Wrestling with the Briscoe Brothers.
John was excellent with his barbecue skills and loved helping anyone. John would volunteer his time and services at Laverty Lane Apartments, cooking and barbecuing monthly, giving free meals to all, and he enjoyed dressing up as Santa each year for Christmas to pass out gifts to the children of the community. John also volunteered at Love Inc., Code Purple, and Better Homes of Seaford, Inc.
John was the owner and founder of “TANK MENTALITY MOVEMENT." This was John’s vision, passion, and mission! Tank Mentality represented being a “Life enhancer focused on helping the people around me rise. Tank Mentality will help change the world”.
John met the love of his life, Kaytra MacDonald, in 2008, and after many years of dating and building a relationship, Kaytra gave her hand in marriage to John, and the two became one, uniting in Holy Matrimony on October 23, 2021. Together, John and Kaytra were owners and founders of Miller Imaging and share many memories of traveling and serving the community together.
John was preceded in death by his mother, Shirley Miller-Church; father, Harry J. Church; grandfather, Franklin B. Cannon; and god-sister, Diane Pettyjohn.
John leaves wonderful memories with: soulmate, Kaytra MacDonald-Miller, son, Harold “TJ” Dixon; sisters, Cheretha Miller and Dylissa Morris; brothers, Adrian Miller, Jabaar Waples, and Michael Johnson; god-mother, Doris Winder; god-sisters, Patrina Gardner and Stephanie Winder; god-children, Brianna Watson, Kaymiah Cannon, Eden Cannon, Confidence Ononuju, Kylar Harris, and Deonte MacDonald; ten nieces; two nephews; one great-nephew; two great-nieces; special cousin, Angela Boone-Jones; special friends, Yolanda Cooke, Demetrian Hammond-Denby, Terry Pettyjohn, Jason Walls, and Andre Matthews; and a host of other relatives and friends.