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Richard Miller

Liverpool, New York

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Richard "Dick" A. Miller January 13, 2019 Richard "Dick" A. Miller, 72, of Liverpool, passed away Sunday January 13, 2019 at Onondaga Center for Rehab and Nursing after suffering several strokes. Dick was born in Syracuse, NY and graduated from Henninger High School, after high school he proudly...

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Mary Ellen & Family, So sorry to hear about Dick. We had many good times at work. Dick was a man never afraid to speak his mind! I remember your wedding fondly. Sharing your sorrow. May he rest in peace.

Dear Mary Ellen & Family, So sorry to hear. Dick was such a great guy. We had many good times at work over the years. He was a man never afraid to speak his mind! I remember your wedding fondly.
Sharing your sorrow. May he rest in peace.

Mary Ellen ,sorry to hear about my dear friend Dick. Spent a lot of time with Dick as a kid,went in the Air Force with him, played softball with him, and enjoyed having a beer at his tailgating for SU football. What a great guy! Ken Sniper

I am so sorry MaryEllen and Mark. You were always there for us and I am so sorry that I did not know about his passing until now. Prayers for all of you!

Love, Marcia, Mike, Emily, Nick and Aaron

Maryellen and Mark,

We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.

Remembering your great love story today and always.

Dear Maryellen,, I am so sorry to hear that Dick has passed away.. I have such fun memories of our softball years and gatherings at your home and all Dick's jokes as well. I am sorry for your loss and pray that you and Mark find some comfort along the way. I was just thinking about Dick the other day when I came across my Loop Grill T-Shirt-those were many a fun times !!My condolences,
Sharon Reilley

Bob, Meg, and I are so sorry to hear about Dick. Dick was a great man. He was always a gentleman around us. He always tried to do the right thing. We will miss his amazing sense of humor although a bit different he always managed to make people laugh. He will be missed at our monthly Wednesday meetings at Swallows. God Speed.