Miles Lennon Teeter, 31, of Carrollton passed away on January 1, 2020. Miles was born in alliance Ohio on February 16, 1988. Miles was a loving father to his two beautiful children Brantly Joe and Brystal Teeter. He was a family man and loyal friend to countless others. Miles lived a life full of experiences. He was blessed by our God with the gift of salvation, love, compassion, and kindness along with obvious good looks, charm and personality. He naturally shared himself with others and enjoyed listening and helping anyone in need. Miles loved hunting with his dad Gary, brother Tyler and closest friends. Miles enjoy playing football in junior high and wrestling for Carrollton high school. Miles enjoyed riding dirt bikes since the age of four and fearlessly riding high speed wheelies down the highway on crotch-rocket. He was involved in agriculture beginning with 4-H and FFA and working with his dad and brother on the family farms.He loved operating equipment, restoring and pulling his Oliver 88. Miles enjoyed helping his father build new homes in Carroll, Stark and surrounding counties. He worked his way to master electrician and eventually formed his own electrical service company AT Electric. To the delight of his family Miles recently posted his renewed commitments to the world, “ Let the Lord back into my life because that is when I have been most content.” Miles will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Preceded in death by his mother Denise Teeter (Abel); paternal grandparents Joseph J. Teeter and Shirley Wilson (Westfall); maternal grandparents Keith A. and Shirley J. Abel (Leyda). He is survived by his children Brantly Joe Teeter and Brystal C. Teeter; father Gary Teeter; brother Tyler L. (Olivia) Teeter; nephew Olin Teeter; niece Amelia Teeter; numerous cousins, loving family and friends. Calling hours will be on Monday January 6, 2020 from 5 to 7 PM at Baxters Ridge UMC. There will be a short service, music and reflection of Miles‘s life at 11 AM on Tuesday January 7, 2020 at the church. Followed by food and fellowship. Please share any comments and love of Miles at www.reedfuneralhome.com.