James Wayne Miller

Vancouver, Washington

1936 - 2019


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JAMES WAYNE MILLER April 12, 1936 ˜ May 16, 2019 James Wayne Miller, 83, of Vancouver, WA, passed away May 16, 2019. He was born on Easter Sunday, April 12, 1936 to Florence and Jesse Miller. He grew up in Portland, OR and graduated from Grant High School. Wayne met the love of his...

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Wayne an I went to Medford to look at a 32 ford sedan . Wayne purchased the car it had no interior but had big Oldsmobile engine..it was a driver with limited exhaust!! So we put a 5 gallon bucket where the drivers seat was missing!! I convinced him that I could drive it home!! I was 18 at the time an after many stops we managed to get it home!! Needless to say my eyes watered for days!! Those were the days as a young guy that I worked for him At classic motors. I dont have the space for all...

Wayne was one of the really good guys who have passed through my life. I am so thankful that I was able to re-connect with him in recent years and will certainly miss him.

Lloyd Clemans

I am Wayne Miller's barber. And have been for many many years. What a wonderful man Wayne was. So soft spoken and kind and sometimes a bit of a wicked sense of humor. I saw the death notice in the paper and I was a bit confused since i never knew his first name was James. It was always Wayne Miller. I was also having the feeling especially the last time he was in that the end was near. It just felt a little bit different............but he said nothing specific. And i would not have...

I knew Wayne through my dad, Elmer Hards! They worked together at Bob Kendall Chevrolet! Real nice man! They both enjoyed working on cars together! My dad did a lot of after work at home for Wayne! Real good friends! He bought my 72 ChevelleSS for a good price! Will miss him!'

Wayne was one of the nicest people I ever met. My husband and I painted cars for Kendall Chevrolet. But we knew him for years. He and my husband both loved cars. I know he will be missed and remembered fondly by all.