Reckon I can't blame the good lord for taking him home, everyone always wanted him around. Thank you for sharing him with us lord, Happy Thanksgiving "Big Gale". Russell, Barbara and Patrick.
So glad to see that the guestbook is staying online. I have it saved and visit it frequently when I think about grandpa. Today I thought that I wish I could call him and ask how he's doing. I miss him always saying "fair to midland." Love you grandpa! Sending my hugs up to heaven ? Thanks to Uncle Pat for keeping this up for us to all stop by and remember him.
All who knew him were lucky. Loving husband, patient father, always working, ever learning dedicated to serving he will be missed.
As my oldest brother he was so much like my father to me. The times I shared with him was awesome, He was so great at everything, on the outside he was a regular guy, but on the inside he was everything and then some. "Jack of all trades", "Master of more". No one person will ever replace him. He will live forever in so many peoples hearts. "Simple Man"
I will truly miss Miles; in the short time in which I had known him, (3-4 years). He had the same curse as many do coming from a military background, go, go, and go, until the job is done. His vast knowledge and approach to aviation certification issues aided me immensely on several occasions. I could always count on him to do what was needed to get the job done. Rest in Pease Miles.
My hero... he was the best grandfather a girl could ask for.
Aunt Rochelle, My heart goes out to You, the Boys and the Family.
I worked with Miles. He taught me alot and I truly repected him. I know he will be missed by his family and friends.