“Dear Patsy--I'm so very sorry about your loss of your dear Walt. I've been thinking of you a lot. It's been so enjoyable to know both of you over all the years--to see your kids born and grow up--and to visit with you when I get back to Middletown. I've been praying for you as you mourn Walt. Patsy, you're such a wonderful person, and I pray and hope that you're feeling comfort from God and from your children and their families. Hope you are able to visit them and be in the midst of family ....
“Walt was always someone who I enjoyed talking to, even if it was only briefly. His smile always warm; eyes attentive and caring. He and Patsy made sure to send me a birthday card every year, which I sincerely appreciate and enjoy! I will miss seeing him on earth, but know Jesus had prepared a place for him in heaven. It was time for him to enjoy everlasting life with all those whom he has missed, and to finally see Gods smile! I'm sure Walt had pleased Him with the work he has done here....
“I was so sorry to hear of the loss of the love of your life. Remembering your great love story today and always.
“May God bless and keep you by his side.
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News Death NoticeMILLER, Walter Robert age 86 of Middletown, died Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at his residence. He was born July 4, 1926 in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of George Miller and Anna (Ranke) Miller. Walt was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving during World War II and receiving the...Read More