Donn Miller
Miller, Donn Biddle Donn Biddle Miller passed away peacefully on March 20, 2012. Born the first of three children to Ernestine and Harry Miller on July 10, 1929 in Gallipolis, Ohio, he graduated from Upper Arlington High School in Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Wesleyan University, and The University of Michigan Law School. He moved to Los Angeles in 1959 where he and his wife, Peggy (nee Sibert), raised their children, Robin, Karen and Arthur. He is survived by his wife and children, in addition to his brother Arthur and five grandchildren.
Published by Los Angeles Times on Mar. 22, 2012.
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As I was stripping wallpaper in my victorian home in Gallipolis, Ohio, I found the name of a baby written, Donn Biddle Miller, along with the name of HM Miller and Ernestine Biddle. I took a picture of it if anyone would like to see it. It was written in 1931. I imagine he was 2. [email protected]
Kelly Jo Mccaulla
May 27, 2013
Peggy--We all were hoping Donn could make it to the reunion. Though we've been separated by many miles, the old friendships are the strongest. I was just looking at our picture in the 47 Norwester. So young! So full of hope and ambition. He had a full and successful life. We will always look up to him as our invincible leader
tom-Thomas R Frye MD
March 24, 2012
My condolences to your family. Dennis Barry
Dennis Barry
March 23, 2012
Dear Mrs. Miller,

My deepest sympathy to you and your dear family at this very sad time. I was stunned to learn today of Mr. Miller's passing---he was such an amazing friend to my mother and father. I remember how much fun my parents had with he and you---weekends at Pauma Valley playing golf and times spent with you at your vacation home. Mr. Miller sent so many special personalized notes to my mother when she was sick and to my father after her passing. I was just home in February and Mr. Miller had sent a beautiful handwritten note to my father---he said he missed not getting together but cherished the times they had and their friendship. I took the note with me and had intended to write him and thank him for being such a good friend. The world has lost a truly remarkable human being. He will live on in all our hearts. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kindest regards,
Beth Gerken Logan
Beth Gerken Logan
March 23, 2012
My deepest sympathy to Peggy and her family at the sad news of Donn's passing. Donn was a particularly revered friend of my husband, Dean, and myself and we shall always treasure his memory as he was a true gentleman in every sense of the word.
Fondest regards, Barbara Whitehead
March 22, 2012
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