A service to celebrate the life of Jeramie Charles “Bullfrog” Millhouse, 40, of Davenport, will be 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 17th at Sherman Park, Calamus, IA.
Chambers funeral home, Eldridge is assisting the family with arrangements.
Jeramie passed away on Friday, April 9, 2021. He was born on December 4, 1980 in Iowa City, IA, the son of Charles and Lila (Carr) Millhouse. He worked as a welder for many years in the Quad City area, most recently at Grisham Industries, Davenport.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping and mushroom hunting. He always found a reason to get into the water while fishing. He loved playing in the mud and was never afraid to get dirty. He enjoyed working on cars, especially his truck. He would do anything to be outside. He loved a big bonfire, grilling out, night fishing, driving gravel roads and going to new places. He always loved an adventure. He was a welder by trade and loved what he did. He was a great provider and did his best to provide a better life for his wife and 4 children. The sun always shined on him even if it was raining. He loved his family and all his children. He is so proud of their accomplishments. He was a best friend to his wife, the best partner, soulmate. He will be dearly missed.
Survivors include his sons; Noah Smith of Boulder, CO, Jaden Millhouse of Davenport, daughter; Hailey Millhouse of Davenport, Step-son; Alexander Beauregard of Davenport, fiancé; Samantha Scott of Davenport, father, Charles (Michelle) Millhouse of Davenport, mother; Lila Aubuchon of Promise City, IA, sisters; Desiree (Steven) Millhouse of New Windsor, IL, Angela Millhouse of Ottumwa, IA, brother; Charles Millhouse II of Centerville, IA, step-brothers; Joseph Russell of Davenport, Kevin Monroe and Justin Monroe, both of Arvada, CO, grandparents; Kenneth and Barbara Millhouse of Kirksville, MO, grandmother; Chris Carr of Promise City, IA and many aunts, uncles, nieces , nephews, cousins and friends and co-workers.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather; Ed Carr, Uncles, Beno Carr, Tony Ahlf and aunt, Tracy Millhouse.
Memorials may be directed to the family.
Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.mcginnis-chambers .com