COL Richard Andrew Miller (USA Ret.)
Jane, I am so sorry to hear about Richard's passing. I am now retired from the Cathedral, living in Winterville, NC and had not gotten this news until today when a former colleague/friend, Vince Scola emailed me. Richard was my boss at the cathedral and I couldn't have asked for anyone better! He continually told me what a great job I did and even shared that with others. I'm sure it was exaggerated but it made me feel appreciated and I know I worked harder! I often think about a phrase he used quite often, one he said he picked up in another country during his Army travels - "Maybe soon". I now use it myself occasionally! I know he is in a wonderful place now, smiling down on all of you. I hope, knowing that, brings you peace.
Dear Lucy: I am so very sad to learn of your father's passing. He will always be one of my very favorite people. After all these years I remain utterly unable to pack a bag without thinking of him and smiling. My love and condolences to you, your Mom and the rest of the Miller clan. xo Dee
Richard was taken too soon. His gentle and generous ways, his commitment and devotion to his loving family is an enduring legacy. His children and grandchildren will be the bearers of his wisdom, his dignified grace, and his reverence for life, faith and country. The blessings of his life will continue in those he loved and touched. With heartfelt sympathy and love to you and the family, Lynn and Gary
dear Lucy, we will keep you in our prayers at this saddest of times......
Lucy, I am so sorry! I will be thinking about you and praying for you while you travel tomorrow. The Harrell girls love you very much and wish they could be there to hold your hand. Sending much love and sympathy to you and your family.