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Jon Charles Miller Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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November 20, 2017
Mrs. Miller, I am sorry to hear of your husband's passing. I can only imagine the loss you must feel. I never knew your husband, except by reputation, as a kind, and engaging teacher. You both touched so many lives, I hope that is some consolation to you. Fred Fendt
October 30, 2017
I GREW UP WITH JON AND MANY OTHER BOYS WHO PLAYED SOFTBALL,FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL AT NORTHGATE PARK.WE CONTINUED TO BE FRIENDS THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL.JON WAS ONE OF THE NICEST GUYS THAT I HAVE EVER KNOWN.I JUST FOUND OUT OF HIS PASSING AND SEND MY CONDOLENCES TO PAT AND THE REST OF HIS FAMILY.
October 28, 2017
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October 28, 2017
My condolences to your family, one of the great teachers of all time has gone. He read The Velveteen Rabbit to our class one day, and couldn't finish because he completely teared up when he read the part about how the rabbit is the most loved when it gets shabby and all worn out. A truly kind and caring teacher, and he was the human equivalent of the Velveteen Rabbit, very much loved and precious.