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August 03, 2013
I am sad for this great loss and sadder that I just discovered Miller's passing. A friend told me in conversation about my dad and his golfing days that he thought Miller was gone. I had tried to find Miller last December when my dad passed but couldn't get a specific contact even through Woodlawn. I grew up with Miller's name as a household word as he was in my house several times. While Miller was stationed in the Air Force at Perrin Field, he worked with my dad, Jerry White. Dad was still telling "Miller stories" when he died last December. A favorite story was that the base commander had "grounded" Miller as he thought that Miller was away from his desk too often. A General (sorry that I don't know which one) had flown in and called dad to tell Miller to have his clubs ready and be on the flight line to jet off for a week. When dad told the General why Miller wouldn't be able to golf, well...just imagine! The General called the base commander and shared an order or two, and you got it...Dad told Miller to head for the plane!!! Of course, Dad told it with all the great military details and the southern accent of the General, making the story more complete. Dad and Miller golfed together for many years. One of my treasures from dad is a watch that Miller gave dad and he was so proud of it. Miller left many great memories for so many people and I hope that his family can always laugh knowing how he touched so many lives with a smile. I am sure that Miller and dad are playing a round and having many great memories in the great course in the sky!
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