Craig Miner
Cornerstone of Wichita
5318 East 37th Street North
Wichita, KS
Miner, Craig, master historian, has taken his place in history. Born on October 12, 1944 to Stan and Marybel Miner, Craig lived in Wichita from the age of two until his death on September 12, 2010. He was a scholar of Wichita and Kansas history as well as the author of forty books on local, regional, and national topics. Craig was the Willard W. Garvey Distinguished Professor of Business History at Wichita State University, where he served in the history department for forty years. As a member of Wichita's first Historic Landmark Committee he was instrumental in promoting historic preservation as a means of appreciating local history. He also served on the board of the Kansas State Historical Society, where he conducted countless hours of research for his numerous books on Kansas history. As a board member of the Kansas Humanities Council he proudly supported its public programs throughout the state. His abiding love of books led to his long-time membership in the Wichita Bibliophiles. He enjoyed observing the night sky, specializing in viewing double stars. Classical music, historic keyboard instruments, classic cars, cross-country bicycling, and voracious reading kept his vibrant life at a lively pace. Craig is survived by Suzi, his wife of 43 years, his older son Hal and wife Gretchen of Portland, Oregon, and younger son Wilson and wife Laura of San Francisco, as well as his sister Gay Schwery of Johnstown, Colorado. He leaves a legacy of tireless dedication to understanding our past for the sake of all that is to come. Craig's life will be celebrated at 3 p.m., on Sunday, September 19, at St. James Episcopal Church, 3750 E. Douglas, 67208. Memorial gifts may be made to the church or to Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice, 313 S. Market, 67202. Arrangements made by Cornerstone of Wichita.

Published by Wichita Eagle from Sep. 18 to Sep. 19, 2010.
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Dear Family,
My Plains History class at Univ. of Kearney is reading Dr. Miner's book, West of Wichita, this week. We then write a critique and are required to give a brief bio of the author. I was stunned to find that Dr. Miner had just passed in Sept. I am saddened and my sympathies to all of his family.
Valerie Vierk
February 16, 2011
I had the pleasure of getting to know Craig while he was working "Rebirth of the Missouri Pacific". He was always quick to grasp the facts and he was always a pleasure to be with.

I have just finished re-reading "Rebirth of Missouri Pacific" and it is amazing how well he saw the dimensions a complex business.
Wade Clutton
January 1, 2011
Dr. Miner was an incredible educator and he will be missed. I just learned of his passing and am deeply saddened.
God Speed Dr. Miner.
Chuck Davidson
November 29, 2010
I just found out about Dr. Miner's passing from the Alumni newsletter. I could not be more sad. He changed my entire perspective on the world. It is truly an honor to have been his student.
November 24, 2010
I had Professor Minor in a class 35 years ago.I still remember him and what a great teacher he was.
Lin Meyer
November 20, 2010
Suzi Miner and sons
I have just found about Craig's death (11/18/10). I am truly stunned. One of my favorite people and one of the finest historians I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I had already donated all of my Craig Miner books to the new (2005) Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois. They took over the Illinois Historical Library. Craig and I shared a love of eccentric cars, too. Hope his little Mercedes winds up in a Museum somewhere. SMILE. My tastes, as he knew, ran to large Cadillac convertibles. My best wishes go with each of you.

Alan R Post
November 20, 2010
How sad to hear of the passing of one my favorite WSU professors. He made an impact on my life that has changed me forever, and I have always been grateful to him for that. He will be missed.
Jessica Faudel
November 19, 2010
Researching a writing project of my own, I discovered the books of Craig Miner. What a Kansas Treasure! I wanted to finish reading the books I chose before attempting to contact him to tell him how much I valued his work. Now, I find that I waited too long, so I write this to his family. Please be comforted by the knowledge that his work will be treasured by so many strangers that he never met but who will have access to information that he preserved. There is a saying that when each person dies, a book of history dies with them. In the case of Craig Miner, a library died, but his writing has at least preserved some of his knowledge and wisdom. I wish I could have met him.
Lyn Fenwick
November 15, 2010
Craig Miner was one of the best instructors I have ever had. He will be missed on the WSU campus.
Teresa Swisher
November 12, 2010
I was a B-school major at WSU back in the 70's, didn't care much for history, but had to take a class for core. Craig Miner taught the class and by semester's end I was hooked on history. Wonderful instructor.
Frank Bush
November 8, 2010
I met Craig in Latin class at SE High. The whole year was spent on Virgil's Aeneid.I think that we had a Latin class party at his house. Many decades later, I saw his name on books of Kansas history and started to read these. I think that I read most of them and this started my enjoyment of reading books about history.
October 21, 2010
I appreciate his books on histoy of Wichita, and Kansas. I really love his books.
Genda Poulter
October 13, 2010
I was in Dr. Miner's first History class at WSU in the seventies . He was the best professor I ever had. I enjoyed many of his books. My deepest sympathy to you for your loss. He will be missed.Ron Hayworth, Admiral Windwagon Smith 31
October 6, 2010
I didn't know Craig personally, but I, like so many other's, found so much pleasure in his work on Wichita history. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to all he leaves behind.
Gail Fisher
October 5, 2010
As evidenced by the people's comments, Dr. Miner touched many lives over the years. His love of history made him an exceptional teacher. I'm so glad I was one of those who benefited from his enthusiasm for history. My sincere condolences to his family.

Patty Statham Wichita, KS
September 29, 2010
I'm sorry to hear of Craigs passing. I own his old 1965 Corvair and we had corresponded a few times about it. I was just trying to find his mailing address when I stumbled upon this news.
Tim Spry
September 29, 2010
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Harry Simpson
September 27, 2010
Best professor I ever had.
Jim Foster
September 27, 2010
Dr. Miner, as a Professor and historian will be remembered - and missed. My prayers go out to his family.
Cathy Murray
September 27, 2010
Suzi, Hal, Wilson and Family,
To learn of Craig's passing brought great sadness to both Sydney and I. Having spent many hours, in person, on the phone and in correspondence over the past year while working on the film, Craig held a special place in our hearts. The team on the film felt it only appropriate and right to dedicate the film to Craig. Thank you for sharing him with so many.
Jay Kriss
September 27, 2010
Dearest Suzi, I am so sad upon learning about Craig's passing. It also makes me sad that I didn't stay closer to my cousin over the years, to even know that he was ill. Having lost both my parents and brother I am still reminded of all the good times we all had together, and I hope the wonderful memories stay fresh in your heart, and bring you peace. My love to you and the boys, John
John Holly
September 26, 2010
Suzi, Hal, Wilson and family,
I was so sad to hear about Craigs death. I can't imagine what you're going through. It's safe to say that your feelings will get all tangled up at once, then it'll take months to untangle them all. You've been wounded deeply and that will take time to heal. It's a relief that Craig is not suffering any longer. Now your suffering continues.... Fondly, Michael Bayouth
Michael Bayouth
September 21, 2010
Suzi and Family,
My love and thoughts are with you at the time of your loss. I will always hold fond memories of you and Craig. Brian sent me the notice. So sorry to hear.
Diane Curtis, Puerto Morelos, Mexico
September 21, 2010
Suzi, I add my love and prayers to you and your boys. Craig was a glowing part of this family. I also know that his center was God, he is now at peace.
Colleen Dickinson
September 20, 2010
Suzi and Family - Sorry to hear about Craig's death. I enjoyed reading his writings on Kansas history. But, most, I enjoyed just chatting, as we did occasionally, while stuffing bags for the Alternative Christmas Market. My thoughts are with you today.
Marilyn Harp
September 19, 2010
Miner Family-
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Dr. Miner. It is our prayer that the Holy Spirt would meet you in the center of your needs as you go through this time. With deepest sympathies, your neighbors, Charles and Christa Clemons Family
Charles Clemons
September 18, 2010
Miner Family
It was a pleasure to take care of Craig
in his last days. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
KarenRN,Cathy HHA and all the staff
Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice
September 18, 2010
Dear Suzi, My you, Hal, and Wilson accept are sympathies upon the loss of your wonderful husband. Professor Miner left us all too soon. My husband Jim and I had the great joy of taking the History of Wichita from him at WSU - after Boeing moved us to Wichita. It is because of Professor Miner that I decided to pursue my dream to be a historian. I am how a PhD student at KSU. He is a great inspiration. Every student knows how much he adored you and your sons. He incorporated his happy memories into his class lectures. Bless You.
Alida Boorn
September 18, 2010
Suzi, I am ideed sorry for your loss. I know the last few years have been difficult, but now he is at peace. God bless you and your family.
Steve and Janna Trombold
September 17, 2010
I took history from Dr. Miner in the 1990's. His knowledge of, and passion for Kansas history was evident in all his lectures.

My sympathies to your family, and may God's grace be with you.
Rhonda Bocock Franz
September 16, 2010
I send my condolences to Suzi and her family upon the death of Craig.
I have been privileged to spend Wednesday nights for several years studying the Holy Bible under the tutelage of Craig. We almost finished the Psalms, dear friend!
Craig, rest in peace with the Lord you loved so much.
Blanche Parker (Wichita, KS)
Blanche Parker
September 16, 2010
Dear Suzy,
Please accept my condolences and I hope that you and your husband Dr. Minor had a very fulfilling and wonderful life together. Sorry I was too shy to be your friend in high school but have thought about you through the years
John Sisk
September 16, 2010
Craig Miner was a good friend of mine at Wichita Southeast (class of '62). At that time he was pretty good at basketball and hosted us often at his "home court" in Eastborough. I sincerely regret that we failed to keep in scholarly touch through the years (as Craig wrote when he signed my senior yearbook). Beyond the great fun we had back then, I knew that Craig had a unbounded capacity for absorbing knowledge and an unique ability to communicate. Watching from afar, I could see these talents reflected in his career as university professor and in his passion as historian of his (and my) beloved homeland Kansas. He left us much too soon - an irreplacable loss for us all.
Mike Bird
September 16, 2010
Dear Suzi, Hal and Wilson,
My deepest sympathy to your family at this time. I was sorry to hear of Dr. Miner's passing. May your memories be a comfort to you.
Tanya Honton-Leddy
September 16, 2010
Our thoughts are with you all in this time of sadness. With of the passing of time, may the spirit of acceptance and inner peace enfold you all. My daughter and I will truly miss seeing Dr. Miner and Argus at Fiske Hall.

Jeannie & Salina
WSU, Philosophy Dept
Jeannie Hernandez
September 16, 2010
Dr. Miner's writing and teaching showed his deep love for Kansas, as well as his bottomless store of knowledge of the state and its people. As a native Kansan, I have often recommended his books to friends of mine in other states. He will be missed.
Lon Teter
September 16, 2010
Dear Suzi, Sorry to hear of Craig's passing. Kathy Morgan was kind enough to let me know today. I trust you will be strong in this time with the many friends and family close to you.
John Speweik
September 16, 2010
My sympathies to Suzi and the family. The word came up to Historic Preservation Board in its Monday meeting and we didn't have to have a moment of silence declared, as no one was able to say anything until I finally broke the silence with "What shall we ever do without him?" What, indeed? He has now become a part of the history about which he has written so voluminously and so well. Like Mr. Lincoln, he now belongs to the ages.

-Jim Guy, Amateur Historian and Chair, Historic Preservation Board, Wichita.
Jim Guy
September 15, 2010
Dear Susan,
I sincerely send condolence for the lost of your Husband, Craig. May God send you and your family strength and comfort in the coming days.
Denise Nickens Randle
September 15, 2010
Dea Suzi,
I am so sorry to hear of Craig's passing, but don't know he is writing a great history book in heaven with his Dear Lord now. My prayers are with you and your family.
Robert Nelson
September 15, 2010
My condolences to Suzi, Hal and Wilson. Craig was a great friend, teacher and mentor to me. I have fond memories of the many bicycling trips we took in Western Kansas, searching for the sometimes obscure historic locations that he had written about in "West of Wichita." For me, Craig epitomized what it meant to be a historian and his example eventually led me to pursue my own graduate studies in history. I know Craig will be missed by so many and I am thankful to have such great memories of our Kansas adventures together.
David Rohr
September 15, 2010
Dear Suzi,
My sincerest condolences for your loss. Craig was an exceptional person in all ways. I've kept track thru his books, but will remember our times in college with the Colorado Midland railroad and the trip to San Antonio when you were at Trinity. Vaya Con Dios
Fred Wallace
September 15, 2010
Dear Suzi, Please allow me to offer my condolence to you and your family. Craig & I were Sig Eps together at Wichita State, and after graduation, I lost touch. I had heard about his Kansas history books, and my niece and a God-child both had history classes from him. One of my fondest memories of Craig was the time all of us freshman pledges shot pool with him in his basement rec. room.
With sympathy, Tom Laird
Tom Laird
September 15, 2010
I am sorry to hear of Dr. Miner's passing. His "History of Kansas" was the last undergrad course I took, in 1974, and was certainly one of the most enjoyable ones I had. His scholarship and wonderful teaching abilities will be sorely missed.
Mark Clevenger
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner was a wonderful teacher. I am deeply saddened by this loss. I loved his classes and I will remember them,as well as him, fondly. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
L McCall
September 14, 2010
I have admired Craig and his brave fight against cancer. He is now in God's house and free of pain.
Eila Daily
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner was a great teacher and scholar. He was passionate about history and it showed in the classroom. He was very influential in the development of my own teaching style and I will always be grateful for his knowledge and ability to make history live. My condolences to his family and close friends and to our WSU community. He will be greatly missed.
Kelli Frazier
September 14, 2010
Dear Suzi,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Hal and Wilson as you grieve the loss of your husband and father. He was a great man, and will be missed by those of us who knew him and loved him. He had such a unique sense of humor, coupled with a twinkle in his eye and subtle smile. We love you, Ned & Gloria Amstutz
Ned & Gloria Amstutz
September 14, 2010
Dear Suzi,
Our sincere condolences to you, Wilson and Hal. Craig will be missed by all of us who loved and enjoyed him. With our love, Ned & Gloria
Ned & Gloria Amstutz
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner helped form a significant part of my perceptive and expressive powers during the time I was under his instruction, both as an undergraduate and as a graduate teaching assistant at WSU. Not a day has passed in the last 36 years that I have not experienced a thought or memory that had some connection to Dr Miner and all that he taught me. He did teach me a lot about history, but more importantly, he taught me the art of looking, listening and reading; and then bearing down upon the task until it was thorougly completed. I hope he has forgiven me for becoming a lawyer. Having encountered him has made me a far better one than I could have possibly been otherwise.

Along with my parents and a very few other teachers, he was one of the truly great influences in my life.

Through his students and his books he will live on for centuries and continue to hone young minds and inspire future students to take a critcal and informed view of Western American history. Happy Trails, my friend.
Loren Houk
September 14, 2010
Craig was a historian's historian and a thoughtful, generous person. He will be missed by me and so many people in Kansas and beyond.
Bill Tsutsui
September 14, 2010
I am so sorry to hear of Dr. Miner's passing. I was the student assistant in the History office in the early 80s and remember him fondly. My oldest son was a student of his this semester and he was so looking forward to the class.
Kathy Graves Kelly
Kathy Kelly
September 14, 2010
Suzi, my mother just informed me of Craig's death, and I am so sorry for your loss. I lost touch with Craig after I graduated from WSU and left Wichita, but I followed his career with interest all these years by reading all his books as they were published, and I enjoyed all of them immensely. I have so many fond memories of Craig when we were Sig Ep's together, and his professional activities at the start and early in his career at WSU was a driving force for me as I pursued my graduate degrees and my professional career. Craig will be missed by me and my mother, Alta Ambler.
Mike Ambler
September 14, 2010
Probably my favorite teacher at all 3 colleges I attended. My thoughts and prayers to his family. He made a positive impact on young minds.
September 14, 2010
We were privileged to know Craig through the Kansas Humanities Council, and benefited from the wisdom and humor he so generously shared. With deepest sympathy and prayers for him, and all his family and friends...
Beverly Mack
September 14, 2010
I always admired Craig's intelligence and enjoyed his friendship at SE High, where we had honors English and played basketball together, even though we never saw each other again after that. On one of my visits to Wichita (from Brazil where I´ve been living for the past 34 years), I picked up his "West of Wichita" book and it transported me back to my Kansas upbringing and filled me with respect for Craig's brilliant scholarship. The amplitude and thoroughness of research is truly impressive. I was hoping to contact him on my next visit. My condolences do the family. T.R. Fairchild , São Paulo, Brazil
Thomas Fairchild
September 14, 2010
My dear cousin was Craig!! In his short life he made great headway in our understanding history. What a blessing he was and a fabulous teacher. Thank God for his life!!! Judy Cauble Black Dyer
September 14, 2010
There are a lot of things that will remind me of Craig. I will think of him when I look at the stars, when I play chess, when I go through the prairie fields, and when I look at the book he gave me. I will miss seeing him and Argus walking in the park. I will miss seeing him in church. I guess you could say I will just miss him.
Jonah Clotfelter
September 14, 2010
Craig Miner was instrumental in my understanding of the Gray County Seat Fight. His book "West of Wichita" put it all in perspective for me, and he kindly agreed to let me interview him when I made a radio documentary on the seat fight for the Kansas Humanities Council in 2003. Thank you, Dr. Miner. You are sorely missed!
Brendan Lynch
September 14, 2010
I was proud to be one of Craig's students in the early 1970's at WSU, both as an undergraduate and graduate student in History and I remember him well. He had such an excitement for the field of American History, and he passed that enjoyment on to his students. I will truly miss him, as will the entire University, his friends, family and anyone who came into contact with him.
Marshall Whitlock
September 14, 2010
Susie, my husband and my prayers are sent out to you during you and your family's time of grief and healing. I am so sorry. You were my favorite growing up, and Craig was my father's favorite to brag about at campus.
Cyndi Ellis-Stoll
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner was truly a great teacher, not only for his dedication to scholarship, but with the presence he brought to the classroom and the encouragement and understanding that greeted his students. My life is better for having studied with Dr. Miner.
Greg Rohloff
September 14, 2010
History is a favorite of both my husband and myself. Craig Miner made it real and alive to us. He will be greatly missed.
Andy & Kathy Santee
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner deepened my love of history. He helped me have a better understanding of the State I was born in. His book on the history of Wichita State University is a “must” read. His, History of Wichita, from its wild past to its crazy entrepreneurs will always be with me. I am saddened to hear about his passing, I had prayed he would kick the cancer. He will be missed dearly.
My prayers go out to his family.
Crystal Rodriguez
September 14, 2010
As a graduate student in history at WSU I took a number of Dr. Miner's courses. He was a brilliant and exceptional man who made me a better student and writer. He will certainly be missed. My thoughts are with his family.
Autumn Lawson
September 14, 2010
I knew the minors when his mom and dad were alive and lived across the street from us in Eastborough. When I was about 5 years old, I was experimenting with matches in our back yard when I caught some leaves on fire. Stan Minor (Craig's dad) came out with a garden hose stretched across the street and put the fire out, saving Eastborough. I'll never forget their black Doberman Pinsher named Shona.
Bill Gamelson
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner will be greatly missed.
Rena Rodriguez
September 14, 2010
Now he is part of the history he loved forever. The light he gave others shines on. May his family always know he was loved and his passing felt by those who he touched with his love of history.
Olinda Pfost
September 14, 2010
Suzi, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Alice Price
September 14, 2010
Dr. Miner created a love of history for me. I was an accounting major in 1981 and decided to take a history class and little did I know that I would be reading Dr. Miner's books to this day. He was truly a gem. My condolences to Dr. Miner's family and friends.
Tim Jacobs
September 14, 2010
I am so sorry for the loss of Craig, a wonderful man in all respects. In addition to remembering his great accomplishments, the girls and I will always remember his help in Sunday School. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sue Abdinnour
September 14, 2010
Dear Suzi, Hal, Wilson and Family;
I'm so sorry to read of Dr. Miner's passing in the paper. You can all be extremely proud of the wonderful work he did during his time here on earth. I pray that you feel the loving arms of God around you. Peace and hugs to you all.
Marietta (Lonneke) Wetzel
September 14, 2010
Suzi, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Craig's influence will continue because of his impact as a teacher, author, and friend.
Sharon Pedroja
September 13, 2010
Suzi, I was shocked and saddened to hear of Craig's death and I am so sorry. Not many of us will be remembered after we die, but Craig Miner certainly will. He was a dedicated man who left Wichita and Kansas better off for his devotion to understanding our past. God bless his soul and you and your family.
Janet (Ritchie) Smith
September 13, 2010
Kansas lost a rare jewel with the passing of Craig Miner. But, my, how we are a richer state for having had Miner spell out the history in a thoughtful, intelligent and exciting way. We are a better state because of the work of Craig Miner.
Andy Taylor
September 13, 2010
Suzie ...
I'm sorry to hear about Craig's passing. It's sad that this section of the newspaper provides most of my links back to Wichita.
Rob McKnight
September 13, 2010
Dear Suzi, I'm so sorry to hear the loss of Dr. Miner. I had a history class taught by him many years ago at WSU. I'm grateful that I visited with him this summer after repairing your old Vornado. He really was a true historian and a gentle man who put his work into his words. I will never forget him.
William Comley
September 13, 2010
I had Dr. Miner as a teacher for Kansas History and learned more about Kansas than I thought possible. He will truely be missed!
Tiffany Rausch
September 13, 2010
Dear Suzi: Your friends at St. James will miss Craig's knowledge of the bible and his love of his church. We will be sorely missed. God grant you the comfort of his loving arms during your hour of grief and sadness. God be with you during this difficult time.
Bill Horn
September 13, 2010
To the Miner family: I was saddened to hear of the passing of my former mentor, Craig Miner, today. I learned more about practicing the discipline of history and the craft of writing from Craig than from anyone I encountered in my graduate career. I was truly blessed to have known him and I share your feelings of grief in this difficult time. My deepest condolences to you all --
Doug Harvey
September 13, 2010
Dear Suzi, Marty and I are deeply saddened. We are in Durango for this year, until Aug. 2011, and I hope to visit you during this time. I will phone you.
Barbara Faigin
September 13, 2010
Suzi! I'm sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences and best wishes for you and your family during this hard time and through the difficult months ahead. Now I'm sorry I didn't sign up for the reunion, it would be great to see you.
Ryan Dybdahl
September 13, 2010
So sorry to learn of Dr Miners passing. My first class at WSU was in the summer of 1976 - American History taught by Dr Miner. Very enjoyable class - I'm sure he will be greatly missed.
Mickey Hunt
September 13, 2010
Wichita and Kansas lost a true ambassador. I enjoyed his classes at the university and will be missed.
Josh Jones
September 13, 2010
Dear Suzi, I am saddened by your personal loss as well as the loss experienced by WSU and the state of Kansas. My sincerest condolences. Eunice Myers
Eunice Myers
September 13, 2010
dear suzi and family,
i was so sad to hear this news. i have many fond memories of you two at east..and your kindness and friendship when i returned to wichita in 1991 for a short time.
warmest thoughts
irma mccoy august
September 13, 2010
Dear Suzi and the Miner Family, I am so sorry to read of Craig's passing. I have kind of kept track of him through a book store here in Topeka that he would visit over the years. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sherri (Wilkinson)Kennedy
Topeka, Kansas
Sherri Kennedy
September 13, 2010
Dear Suzi,
Words cannot express how sad I feel.
Dr. Miner was and always will be, because of his writings among many other things, , a true Wichita treasure.
Cassie Fahey
September 13, 2010
History of Kansas was one of my favorite classes at WSU because of Professor Miner making it so interesting. He will be sorely missed.
Annie Murach
September 13, 2010
Suzi, I am so sorry for your loss. Craig will be missed in our community. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Alan & Margaret Wadley
September 13, 2010
I had the pleasure of having Professor Miner while attending WSU. He was a wonderful instructor & I consider myself very lucky to have been in one of his classes. His family & friends are in my prayers.
Amy Arensdorf
September 13, 2010
It's truly a pleasure to take a class from a professor who not only knows his subject matter, but more important CARES about not just the subject, but the student. Dr. Miner was passionate about his subject, and about our learning. It is teachers and professors like him that continue to inspire me in my own pursuit of becoming an educator. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Grant Brazill
September 13, 2010
Dr. Miner was a great professor. By taking his classes I fell in love with the history of Wichita and Kansas.
Keith Wondra
September 13, 2010
Professor Miner was one of the most passionate professors I had the pleasure of learning from at WSU. He had such an enthusiasm for our state. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Kimberly Cicora
September 13, 2010
dear suzi and family, I am so sorry for your loss. craig meant so much to so many. take care mike roach
mike roach
September 13, 2010
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