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Brett C. Miller

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BRETT MILLER Brett C. Miller, 25, of Lansdale, died Thursday, April 12, 2012, at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, after a long and courageous battle with Aplastic Anemia. Born in Doylestown, he was the son of Ronald and Robin Mazuk Miller of Lansdale. Brett attended public school, graduating from North Penn High School in 2005. During his grade school years, Brett discovered his love for music, specifically for the tuba. As a member of the North Penn Marching Knights, Wind Ensemble, District, Region, All-State, and All-Eastern ensembles, he shared his gift of music with all who would listen. Brett continued his studies at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, majoring in Tuba Performance and Music Education. Despite a break in his studies to focus on his health, Brett was able to complete his Tuba Performance degree at Eastman in 2011. Aside from his love for music, Brett was an avid Phillies fan and liked to play baseball and disc golf. He loved the ocean, and especially enjoyed fishing and boogie-boarding. He was a member of Doylestown Mennonite Church. In addition to his loving parents, he is survived by his brother, Chadd E. Miller, of Lansdale; his girlfriend, Ashley Rittenhouse, of Lansdale; his maternal grandparents, Robert F. and Patricia Hirsch Mazuk of Ocean Pines, MD; his paternal grandmother, Mildred Blauch Miller of Richmond, VA; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. His family will receive relatives and friends from 6 to 8PM Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21, from 10 to 11AM, followed by his Memorial Service at 11AM at the Doylestown Mennonite Church, 590 North Broad Street, Doylestown. His interment will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation (http://aamds.org) and the Be the Match Registry-National Marrow Donor Program (www.marrow.org). www.fluehr.com

Published in The Reporter on Apr. 18, 2012
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