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Joe Denby Miles Obituary
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January 23, 2018
Joe Denby Miles was one of 8 boys with three sisters. Joe, a Korean Veteran, with 3 tours in Vietnam, spent 23 years in the United States Navy serving his country with honor and commitment. Joe was a communication expert in the Navy and served all around the world. Joe always stood up for a potential victim and expected nothing in return for himself.

Born in Bonnerdale, Arkansas, his father, James Miles, came to Sutter County, Live Oak, California to do farm labor work to make sure his 11 children (Brothers: Herman, William Ganes, Theran, Abe, Silas "Sike", Joe, Noal, Calvin "Babe" Sisters: Luelle Vaughn, Vada Seipel, and Loretta Counts) would have the food they needed to survive. All the children moved up from farm labor and served their community and nation. Joe graduated from Live Oak High School and attended Yuba College. After the passing of Joe's mother, Flossie Tackett Miles, and his father, James Miles, Joe took charge of his disabled oldest brother, Herman Miles, and cared for him until Herman passed away.