JAMES-MILLER-Obituary

JAMES E. MILLER Jr.

Palermo, New Jersey

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Jim,
What a great guy and friend. We worked together at the 177th, I was Security and Jim was in phase docks when it was in the old alert area.

All had a smile and friendly hi for anyone.
You'll be missed my friend.

Jim you will be sadly missed by many people. I worked with you for many years at the 177Th Alert and you made work fun. My heart goes out to you Amy and family a good man was lost.
Rest in peace "Big Jim".

Amy,
Sending you and your family a hug from Arizona during this difficult time.
Thinking of you all, Holly

Jim, you'll be missed by many. You had some great stories to tell while working with you in the phase docks. I'll miss you big guy.

Amy...May the happy memories of you and your Dad bring you comfort. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Amy I just want to tell you again how sorry I am for your loss. Your dad was a good man and loved you with all his heart. I just keep thinking of all the conversations I have had over the years and he always made me laugh. If you ever need to talk you know where to reach me. Xoxoxo

He loved my Sylvester Stallone imitations.....never saw him laugh so hard. Truly a good guy, and great mechanic. I enjoyed talking with him even after I left the flightline for Egress. R.I.P. big guy.

Darren Custis

RIP Jim

Yes he was a very nice,and a sweet person.

As one can say he was a "Gentle Giant."

I had the chance to meet Jim at the JCC in Margate. We worked together as personal trainers for a short time. But in the little time we had there it felt like I knew him all my life.

I think he is upstairs getting everyone else in shape.
HE ALWAYS HAD A BIG SMILE AND EVEN BIGGIER HEART.

He will be missed by us and the others who never had the...

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JAMES's Obituary

JAMES MILLER passed away in Palermo, New Jersey. Funeral Home Services for JAMES are being provided by Godfrey Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in The Press of Atlantic City on February 11, 2013.