Dustin Miller CLAREMONT -Dustin Miller, 32, passed away unexpectedly at home on March, 12, 2023. Dustin was born in Hanover, NH on June 5, 1990, and grew up around Springfield, VT, Alstead, NH, and Claremont, NH where he spent most of his life. Dustin worked for himself as a painter. He loved to draw, and did many of his own tattoos and tattoos for family members. He loved the outdoors, hiking, and camping. In his free time he enjoyed video games. Dustin loved his family and spending time with them. He was the best of friends to his brother, and he adored his nieces and nephews, playing with them and taking them on walks. He was a loving uncle, and a good friend to many, always willing to help whoever needed it. He was a good son and brother and will be missed. He is predeceased by his grandparents, Joan and William Gilman, and Hilda and Leroy Miller, Sr.; his father, Leroy Miller, Jr.; and his uncles: Larry and Marty Miller. Surviving family includes his mother, Mary Supernois and stepfather William Supernois; his brother Chase Miller; his sister Amber Miller and her partner Jacob Johnson; his stepbrothers Todd and Alex Supernois; nieces and nephews, Aden Shepard, Nevaeh Sanborn, Vada Miller, Zaden Johnson, and Jayce; his aunts and uncles, Jeff Miller, Nona Coburn and her husband Carl, Sue Miller, Lena Auclair, Ovila Miller, Frankie Miller, Lenora Holt, David Miller, and Sheryl Supernois; his great aunt Antoinette Graticos; and many extended family members. Calling hours will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2023 from 11 AM to 1 PM at Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home, 42 Main Street, Newport, NH.

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