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George Ashley MILLER Obituary
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December 15, 2017
It was with great sadness that I heard of George's illness and passing. Whilst we only really came into contact professionally, our families have a lengthy history with his father looking after my mother during her pregnancy and delivery of me, George doing work experience with my father, me appearing in front of George a number of times (where there was always the time for an informal chat) and sadly, recently when George came under the care of my daughter Emma ( a nurse) when he was being treated at the Miranda centre.
George was always one of those rare persons who actually did make a positive difference to those whose lives he struck. He was always revered professionally and personally and his family must be most proud of the man he was and the breadth of his influence in this world. He most certainly has left his blueprint in this world and I am so sad that he was struck down by such a horrible disease. The phrase "Why him?" is most apt and he was just one of those genuine great guys