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Stuart Miller Ph.D.

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Stuart Miller Ph.D. Obituary
CARMEL, CA – Stuart Miller, Ph.D., long-time resident of Carmel, passed on July 1, 2014 at the age of 76. Born December 28, 1938, Stuart grew up in New York City. He graduated Oberlin College with Highest Honors in 1958; by 1963 he had completed his M.A. in English Literature and his Ph.D. in European Comparative Literature from Yale University. Stuart spent 1958-1959 in Italy as a Fulbright Fellow, the first of several extended European stays that included a Haskell Fellowship in Rome in 1963 and several years living and writing in Belgium and Italy in the 1980s. Stuart wrote numerous articles, book chapters, and books on health policy, higher education, cross-cultural understanding, men's issues, friendship, and literary theory; he professionally edited and coached many authors. His varied career also included positions as professor at UC Berkeley and Rutgers University; the first Vice President of Development at Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA; and founding President of The Institute for the Study of Humanistic Medicine, San Francisco, CA. Recent work focused on introducing Share The Care, a grass-roots caregiver support model, to Monterey County. Predeceased by his parents, Irving and Annette, his second wife, Dr. Sukie Miller, and his last wife, Eleanor Cox Miller, Stuart Miller is survived by his sister, Sally Peretz of Long Island, New York and his son, Antony Scott of Anchorage, Alaska. Warm, intelligent, charming, and with a great sense of humor, Stuart will be missed by his family, friends and colleagues.
A celebration of his life is scheduled for Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 11:00 AM at the Old Whaling Station, (back of ) 99 Pacific St. and Scott St., Monterey, CA. Memorial gifts are suggested to Share The Care (STC) - c/o CCHAS, STC fiscal agent, P.O. Box 1931, Monterey, CA 93942.
Published in The Monterey Herald on Aug. 12, 2014
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