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William H. Miller
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Lt. Col. William H. Miller, Jr. (Ret. US Air Force) Lt. Colonel William H. Miller, 87, of Winchester, Virginia, died Friday, July 23, 2010, at his home in Winchester, Virginia Col. Miller was born in April 27, 1923, in Winchester, Virginia, the son of the late Herbert William Miller and Ruth Edna Miller. He attended …
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Katarine (Rene) left a message on January 30, 2013:
Even before I became best friends with Bill's youngest child, I remember him from the flower shop. And he used to have lunch in my fathers Restaurant. Always a kind man, with a smile on his face. As I became close friends with his daughter, I used to spend many nights at their home. One particular evening, his daughter and I decided to slip out and meet some of our friends. We had lost track of time, and it had become quite late for two young girls to be out. We hurried back to the house and quietly went back upstairs. The next morning as we were sure, we had gotten away with our outing, Bill looked at us from across the breakfast table, that same unforgettable smile on his face and said, "so girls, how was your outing last night!"
Katarine (Rene) Pappas/Petty left a message on July 27, 2010:
In honor of William H. Miller, Katarine (Rene) Pappas/Petty lit a candle.
Katarine (Rene) Pappas/Petty left a message on July 27, 2010:
Even before I became best friends with Bill's youngest child, I remember him from the flower shop. And he used to have lunch in my fathers Restaurant. Always a kind man, with a smile on his face. As I became close friends with his daughter, I used to spend many nights at their home. One particular evening, his daughter and I decided to slip out and meet some of our friends. We had lost track of time, and it had become quite late for two young girls to be out. We hurried back to the house and quietly went back upstairs. The next morning as we were sure, we had gotten away with our outing, Bill looked at us from across the breakfast table, that same unforgettable smile on his face and said, "so girls, how was your outing last night!"
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