Miller, Jule P. Jr., MD died peacefully Thursday, March 5th, 2015, just shy of 89 years-old. Until January 2014, when he moved to Biloxi, MS, Dr. Miller worked as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in private practice in St. Louis, MO. An important figure in American psychoanalysis, he was the first President of the International Council for Psychoanalytic Self-Psychology, a post he held for 11 years, and served as director of the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. He supervised and taught many psychiatric residents and psychoanalytic candidates, wrote numerous papers and a book, and was a frequent participant on national panels. Dr. Miller was born March 14, 1926, in St. Louis, MO, the son of Jule P. Miller and Mary Belle Martin Miller. After graduating from John Burroughs School, he served in the Navy from 1944 to 1946, maintaining the radio and radar equipment on board ship during several major battles in the Pacific. He returned to St. Louis to graduate with honors from Washington University, then from Washington University Medical School, also with honors, in 1953. He trained in psychiatry at Harvard and did his psychoanalytic training in New Haven, CT. He was the chief consulting psychiatrist at William's College from 1959 - 1964 as well as having a private practice in MA, returning to St. Louis in 1964. Survivors include his son, Jule P. Miller III, MD, his daughter, Amanda B. Miller, DVM, his daughter-in-law, Sharon T. LaRose, MD, his son-inlaw, Scott Dulaney, his grandsons Colin and Byron, his granddaughters Genevieve, Quinlan, and Larkin, and his great-grandson, Abel. He was preceded in death by his first wife and mother of his children, Alicemarie M. Miller; his parents; and his sister, Marilyn Czufin. Services: There will be a Memorial Mass to celebrate Dr. Miller's life on Friday, March 27th, 2015 at 11 a.m. in the Marion Chapel of Nativity B.V.M. Cathedral, followed by his interment at Biloxi National Cemetery at 12:30 p.m. The Howard Avenue Chapel of Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. View and sign register book at www.bradfordokeefe.com
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Published by St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Mar. 24, 2015.