Judge Miner was my night professor at New York Law School for advanced federal criminal procedure in 1988. In three years of law school he was one of the best, his love of criminal law showed and he conveyed that love to his students. Although at the time a federal circuit judge, he was humble and passionate about teaching. Thanks Judge Miner for calling on me every class to recite the facts of the case law reading material. You recognized my love for criminal law, and you were right. Thanks Judge, a job well done. Vincent J. Sanzone, Jr., Esq. Elizabeth, New Jersey
My deepest sympathy to the Miner family. Please find relief from your pain and sorrow in prayer. God comforts the mourning. Isaiah 61:2
I wanted to express my condolences to the Miner family during this very difficult time. Even in my limited time knowing the judge it was clear
that he was a very thoughtful man who obviously thought the world of his family and I am sure he will be missed.
My condolences to Judge Miners family.I had the privlege of appearing before Judge Miner many years ago in protracted trials in New York Supreme Court and in the Northern District.I found Judge Miner to be wise,considerate of all and possessing a quiet sense of humor that helped everyone get through the day. I have known many fine Judges in my forty plus years of practice and I certainly would rank Judge Miner right at the top.
Thomas J. Forrest Esq.
To Judge Miner's family and extended court family, our deepest sypmathies and condolences. David R. Hayes, Buffalo, New York, 1989 Term.
MY CONDOLENCES TO HIS WIFE JACQUELINE 2COR 1:3 BLESSED BE THE GOD AND FATHER OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST,THE FATHER OF TENDER MERICES AND THE GOD OF ALL COMFORT.
To the the family of Judge Miner - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that he will be missed by many.
To the family of Judge Minor:
My sincere condolences on your great loss. I served on the jury of the District Court in 1984-85. I will always remember Judge Minor's wisdom, kindness, and compassion to all.
TO THE FAMILY OF ROGER J. MINER, I EXPRESS MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY AT THIS VERY DIFFICULT AND PAINFUL TIME,PLEASE FIND COMFORT AT DANIEL 12:2,3 &LUKE 7:11-17.AW.HOUSTON,TX.
May the God of all comfort be with you at this time of loss, may all his memories stay close to your heart! Psalms 46:1 Lynn
I never knew him, but I can tell from his obituary that he stood up for his beliefs regardless of if it would affect his job or not. My grandmother always told me that being able to live with oneself is what makes a person successful.
I can tell that Mr. Miner may not have been proud of every decision he made in his life, but I know he was able to live with himself and his mistakes because he trusted God, and people to forgive him above all else. What a remarkable legacy for any human being to leave behind. May God comfort the family during this time of bereavement.
My thoughts turn to those who survive him.
My sincere condolences to his entire family. Roger was a friend of mine in High School and college. I'll never forget his advice "don't take any wooden nickles". Susan Berman Frank an ardent Democrat