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Nathan-Edward Weidner Miller, 30 years old of Denair, CA, died suddenly Wednesday, May 17th while cycling to work. He is survived by his wife Jessica "Jak" Miller, daughter Giselle "Knuff" Miller, parents, James E. Miller and Faith A. Weidner M.D. of Simsbury CT; brothers Aaron-James W. Miller and wife Ellie Scheibel; Ethan-Robert W. Miller and wife Christina Ackmann, nieces Lena, Mona, Gwendolen, Matilda, and nephew Julian as well as many other family members and friends. Nate was born and raised in Simsbury, CT. He served his country as an officer for the United States Army, serving two tours in Afghanistan, attaining the rank of Captain and being awarded the Bronze Star Medal. Nate was a loving husband and father, a passionate cyclist, ironman triathlete, ultra-marathon runner, creative handyman, and was extremely proud of his military service. He was a 2008 graduate of the University of New Hampshire and was President of the UNH Cycling Team. He and Jessica, both UNH ROTC graduates, married in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. His passion for cycling was evident to all that met him. A kind and funny man, cycling ambassador and a true patriot, he will be sorely missed by family, friends, and all who knew him. A celebration of Nathan's life will be held on Friday, May 26 at St. John's Episcopal Church, 679 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06119 at 2:00 PM. This will be a joyful occasion, so please wear bright colors. A reception will follow at the parish hall. A memorial mountain bike ride in Simsbury is planned and details will be available at the celebration. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the New England Mountain Bike Association http://www.nemba.org/events/donate-nembas-annual-fund or to UNH Cycling at htttp://unh.edu/603.

Published in The Hartford Courant on May 23, 2017
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