Tag Archive: Herbert Miller

May 13

Autographs of My Soldier Buddies

Here is an old autograph book that my dad had when he was in Germany during World War II. It appears that his sister Em and her husband Norval gave it to him for Christmas in 1945. The handwriting inside the front and back covers is not my dad’s handwriting and I assume that my …

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Mar 25

Electrical Wiring by Reef & Miller

ELECTRICAL WIRING See W.J. REEF or HERBERT MILLER, one mile north of Chattanooga, OH., to road 707 then west to first and second house. All types of wiring including central distribution for farm homes and power…emergency calls 24 hours a day. Free estimates. I found this undated newspaper clipping the other day. It would have …

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Nov 15

Letters From a WWII Soldier

Yesterday I started sorting through the World War II letters my dad wrote and sent to my Aunt Em and her husband decades ago. A few weeks ago Em’s family gave me the stack of letters that had been stored away in Em’s attic all those years. I plan to eventually transcribe them all, but …

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Apr 24

In Memory of Herbert Miller, 1925-2012

US Army, 84th Division, 333rd Company, Infantry. WWII, Battle of the Bulge.

A member of The Greatest Generation passed away this past Saturday–my father, Herbert M Miller. This blog is devoted to his memory. Farewell brave soldier. We miss you so very much.   Thank you for being a wonderful father and thank you for your service for our country. May you rest in peace. Herbert M. …

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