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Ronald Allison Miller


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Ronald Allison Miller Obituary
RONALD ALLISON MILLER, born February 1, 1946, in Gettysburg, Pa., to Harold & Pauline Miller (both deceased), died September 25, 2015, of pancreatic cancer at the age of 69. He graduated from Gettysburg H.S. in 1964, and a year later followed his parents to Riverside, Ca. He attended Riverside City College for two years and then enrolled at San Diego State earning a BA in 1968. He was accepted to U.C. Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. During his second year at Hastings he was drafted into the US Army where he served as an M.P., spending two years on the 48th parallel between the two Korea's. After the army he returned to Hastings earning his Juris Doctor in 1973. He worked for attorney Everett Spriggs in Riverside, and in 1975 began working for Welebir, Brunick & Taylor in San Bernardino, Ca, where he practiced workers' compensation law becoming a certified specialist in that field. He accepted a partnership with the firm and remained there for 10 years and also served as Deputy City Attorney for the cities of Redlands and Rialto, Ca. He was a member of the San Bernardino and American Bar Associations, the State Bar of Ca, and the Greater Inland Empire Applicants' Attorneys Association. In 1984 he opened his own law firm where he successfully served the Inland Empire for 22 years. In 1975 he married Cheryl Oakes Mason becoming father to her two children and adopting them in 1983. He spent the next 40 years building a life of wonderful memories. He is survived by his loving wife Cheryl; two children Danny (Debi), Chrissy (Rick); and three grandchildren Riley, Gavin and Izabel. A memorial service will be held at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, October 16, at 2PM. In lieu of flowers the family has asked for a donation to .


Published in Press-Enterprise on Oct. 14, 2015
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