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Gary R. Miles Obituary
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July 23, 2018

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April 20, 2016
I know this is well late, but I just found out about Coach Miles. I met him at Alconbury High School. I played softball for him, and managed both the wrestling teams and football teams (he forever afterwards called me Yogi, as in Berra). Truly a great man and I will honor and remember him all the remaining days of my life. Thank you for your words of wisdom, encouragement, comfort and humor. Rest now Coach, you deserve it. Shannon Gray (Stewart), "Yogi"
May 26, 2011
I am sorry to hear that he passed at such a young age. Mr. Miles was one of my teachers when I was at Mountain Home AFB in the late 1970's. He was also a good friend then, when my life was confusing and a struggle. The world could use more men like him.
August 27, 2008
Wallace Idaho - Masontown West Virginia

Hard rock mining - Soft coal mining

Sturdy, round mining hat - Dinky, funny, little, tin mining cap.

If you are really lucky, fate fills your life with friends and best friends. If you are extremely fortunate, you get a best buddy whose like a second brother.

I think that what I miss most are those moments that put that Stan Laural & Oliver Hardy look on Dawn & Linda's faces and got a response from them that always started something like "Only you two idiots could . . ."

To quote an old hero of mine, "thanks for the memories buddy."
August 15, 2008
No Gary for a year,how can that be?
Here are the Olympics and no Gary how could that happen?
Time moves on but his memory, face and words are still as strong as ever.
I guess he is being kept busy walking Mabel, but what about those left behind? My thoughts are with Linda and the whole Miles Family.