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William Miller

Place of birth: Boston, Georgia

Religious affiliation: Christian

William “Bill” Miller was born on July 2, 1938 in Boston, Georgia and was one of 10 children. He grew up in South Georgia, and was molded into the strong-willed, hard-working and determined man that he was.  When he turned 18 years of age (1956), he moved to Atlanta GA. While working in the bakery at A&P, he met Betty, who became the love of his life, best friend, wife and mother to his children. Bill and Betty wed on September 22, 1957 and celebrated 60 wonderful years together. In 1960, they purchased their first home together; they also had their first born son, Ronald G. Miller. In 1964, Betty gave birth to their second son, Donald C. Miller. After having two boys, they decided to adopt a daughter, Kathy D. Miller, born in December 1967. The adoption was finalized on January 13, 1968. In 1972, Bill started building his family a house of their own with his own two hands, and it was finished in 1973. In 1980, Bill acquired a job at the post office in Lithonia, Ga; in which he also retired from in 2001. In May of 1990, his first and only grandchild, Kristina, was born; and in July of 2014, his first and only great-grandchild, William Thomas, was born. Not long after retiring from the post office, he found employment with the Enterprise company, driving and delivering cars to different Enterprise locations.  On November 15, 2017, Heaven was needing a hero and he was called Home. There will always be an unfillable void from the loss of the most amazing man I’ve ever known; But one day, we will all be reunited again.

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  • Kristina Pruitt On

    Papa was the greatest man I've ever known. He was my hero. No one could replace this man, for he was definitely one of a kind. He loved with all he had and made sure that everyone was taken care of, no matter the situation. The loss of my grandfather is an unbearable pain that I couldn't even begin to put into words.

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