Paul Ream Miller
- December 4, 1929 - February 12, 2013
- Indianapolis, Indiana
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Please extend my condolences to Shipmate Miller's family. He will be sadly missed by his FRA shipmates throughout the association. God bless him, and hopefully we'll meet with him again on Fiddler's Green.
Posted by: John Partin, RPNC FRA - St. Louis, MO - fellow veteran Mar 08, 2013
Dear Lisa, Paula , Bubba and family,
I am deeply saddened to learn of your Dad's passing. What a man! Go back to the days of kick the can on suburban drive :) When my Grandfather Smith passed, your Dad, as you know, took Emily under his wings as you all did. I know she is very appreciative as I am too.
Then fast forward to the softball days at Midwest!! Where he got the chance to teach Amanda and Rob(ha ha)
Posted by: Kathy Reiber - speedway, IN - Friend of the family Feb 16, 2013
Dear Paul, your love and friendship for the LOWE family will be a part of us forever. The thought of your excited exclamation "Hot Diggity Dog" will always bring a smile to my face. Thank you for standing with your arms around me at my husband/Cadee's DAD's funeral and crying with me, you truly touched my heart as I know you knew exactly what that loss felt like. Most of all THANK YOU with all my heart for being so
Posted by: Carolyn Lowe - Indianapolis, IN - Friend Feb 16, 2013
Lisa, Randy & family:
We are so sorry to hear the passing of your Dad & Grandpa! I am so glad I had the chance to meet both your Dad & Mom in Indy when I came out to visit. At the time Austin was the only one born and I will never forget the way they just hovered over him and was always kissin & huggin on him. Both your parents were great people and when you met them till
Posted by: Nadine & Bubba Richards - Bellefonte, PA - Son-in-laws cousin(Randy & Lisa) Feb 16, 2013
Tina and I wanted to let you know how sorry we are for your loss. Your family has been through a lot since I've known you - 1970! What a strong family you all are and I feel blessed to have known all of you. Now...as I have said - your father left an impact on both me and especially on my children. We didn't get to visit Indy often, but when we did, The Miller household was the place
Posted by: Terri White - Port Charlotte, FL - ????who didn't love him!" Feb 16, 2013
Paul Miller was a fine man,and so many at The Reserve Center benefited from his knowledge and the honor of his service. -KBumen past reserve memer.
Posted by: kbumen - Indianapolis, IN - reservest Feb 16, 2013
Chief Miller was the very model of a chief. I admired him and was honored to call him a friend.
Posted by: Gene Maresca - Indianapolis, IN - Shipmate Feb 16, 2013
Mr. Miller was a true gentleman. I regret that I did not see him more. He loved the military and this great country. He was always interested in you and what you were doing. I feel I am a better person for having known him. I will miss him. God bless him and his family.
Posted by: Dave Grider - friend Feb 15, 2013
Mr. Paul Miller was and always will be a beautiful, amazing soul-- inside and out. I am honored to have served, befriended, and considered him, as well as his family, as part of my own. Meeting "The Three Muskateers" at that back table in the IL dining room three years ago, Frank Hamilton, Weldon Phelps, and of course, the one and only Paul Miller was certainly a blessing in disguise. Working quite often, I got to know Paul. He knew
Posted by: Cadee Lowe - Indianapolis, IN - Friend Feb 15, 2013
Dear Miller Family,
There are few things more difficult than dealing with the loss of a loved one. We, along with our staff, are honored and humbled that you have chosen our family to care for your family during this time. It is our hope that we have been able, in some small way, to lighten your burden and give proper reverence to a life lived. Please let us know if we can be of further service.
Brian and Bruce Buchanan
4th Generation Owners
Posted by: Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Centers - Indianapolis, IN Feb 15, 2013