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Keith Lambert Miller

A visitation will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 13, at Hooper and Weaver Mortuary for Keith Lambert Miller. A burial will follow at a later date. Mr. Miller passed away on March 3 in Grass Valley. He was 89.

Mr. Miller was born on July 5, 1917, to Arthur F. Miller and Lulu (Jones) Miller in Polk Township, Ind.

He attended and graduated from schools in Rochester, Ind., and on July 5, 1938, he married Angela Kwitek in South Bend, Ind.



Mr. Miller served in the United States Army in the 13th Airborne Division during WWII.

He worked for the Studebaker Corp., and after moving to Nevada County in 1965, he worked for the Nevada County Transportation Dept. until retirement.




Mr. Miller was a member of the American Legion Post 130, the Colorado Bow Hunters Association, the Brushy Creek Rangers and the Grass Valley Sportsmen.

His hobbies included a passion for American big-game hunting, fishing and black-powder shooting. He was also a musician during the Big Band era, playing clarinet and saxophone in the Midwest.

Mr. Miller is survived by his son, Dr. Ronald D. Miller of San Francisco; daughter, Rebecca Miller of Grass Valley; granddaughters Laura Lee Miller of Bolinas and Shelley Lynn Miller of Mill Valley; great-granddaughter, Ella Hodge Miller of Bolinas; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Angela Kwitek Miller, in 2006; daughter, Mary Anne Miller, in 1942; brother, Dean L. Miller, in 1998; and sister, Helen Burkett Miller, in 2005.

Arrangements are under the direction of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary.


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