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October 19, 2018

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October 2, 2018
I hadn't seen Floyd since I guess around 1980. He was one of my closest friends since our days in high school. He went to Manor, I went to Norcom. Great Basketball player. We both were at Va State for our freshman year. I transferred to Hampton my second year, but stayed in touch as best as I could. He was the absolute best and one of the funniest people I knew...with a kind heart and great intellect. He and I competed to see who could finish with the highest GPA. I got a 3.57. He beat me with I a 3.59. Brilliant man. He was one of a very few people I genuinely missed when I left Va. State. He went on to pledge Omega while there (Nu Psi Chapter). I pledged Kappa at Hampton (Beta Chi chapter) which we kidded each other about for a while until life happened and we fell out of touch. I'm a retired doctor now living in NY, but in quiet moments I hearken back to those years and remember the people that helped me get through. I remember one cold night, nearly broke and starving, we pooled our money and bought a loaf of stale, day old bread and a tube of sausage that had expired. (Stores did that without shame back then). I cooked it on my illegal hot plate in my dorm room. While it cooked, Floyd and I quietly stared at the sizzling meat. After a few silent moments, he looked at it and said in almost a whisper, "Yo Marv, this might kill us". We both bust up laughing...but we ate and survived! Floyd was that guy, dependable and true... and even though I hadn't seen him in almost 40 years, reading of his passing grieves me immeasurably. I had always hoped I would see him again and speak of the old days. So now as it is....When the good Lord takes me home, I look forward to seeing him there. God Bless You Family. Know that in having a man like Floyd E. Miller III in your lives, you were blessed.

Kind regards and warm wishes,

Dr. Marvin Jennings
Bronx, NY
February 15, 2018
My deepest condolences to Floyd Evans Miller III family. May my brother Rest In Power.
February 11, 2018
February 7, 2018
Rest in Heaven!