“My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
“To the Miller family and friends:
We were just in a Blue Courage course and one aspect of it was the warriors that served with us as brothers in blue. We talked about never forgetting those that made the ultimate sacrifice for others and to honor those in our profession of nobility and their families. Joshua D. Miller was the name that we had the honor of being posted with our team in class from the memorial wall. We were able to honor him by having his name with us and his story even...
“Rest in peace.
“I miss you Josh...you are always in our thoughts....we will continue to smile when thinking of all the good times and your silly Josh ways...I am sure you have had a few laughes on us (lol)...We will keep your memory alive everyday....k joshie...love u!
“god bless the miller family and people who knew the millers
“Even though its been a year today we can't forget what kind of hero he really was. To Angie and the rest of the family, its never going to be easy without him but it is reassuring to know what kind of person he was "A HERO"
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Trooper Joshua D. Miller, 34, of Pittston died Sunday, June 7, 2009, while protecting the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.Josh was born June 13, 1974, the son of Walter Miller of Pittston and Peggy Miller of Plymouth.Josh graduated from Pittston Area High School, Class of 1992. He...Read More