Condolences for Ralph A. Miller

Melissa (Missy) Thompson posted on 12/1/11

To Phyllis, Ralph, Greg, Dean and Mikey: I am so sorry to hear about Ralph(Dad). You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We haven't been in touch for years, hate that we are communicating at such a sad/difficult time. You guys will always have a special place in my heart. I think of you all often and wonder how everyone is doing. Mom(Beverly) passed away in January 2007, it was sudden and very difficult. Dad(Tommy) is doing good, still hunting and fishing. If you guys need anything please let us know. Again I am so truly sorry for your loss.Love to All, Missy (Ralph Ann) Thompson


Jeff Diedrich posted on 11/27/11

Miller Family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your father and husband. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you with comfort and peace during this time and always. Matthew 5:4Sincerely, Jeff Diedrich


Thomas Diedrich posted on 11/27/11

Phyllis, Ralph, Greg, Dean and Mike,I am deeply saddened by your loss. Please accept my condolences to all the Miller Family. My heart goes out to all of you wonderful sons who are all fine examples of Good Men and true friends - growing up with all of you - and also to your mom a wonderful wife and mother Phyllis. We are thinking of all of you during this time and send you thoughts of Strength, Courage, Peace and Love for you and your family - may the love within your family strengthen and support one another during this most difficult time.You are all in my thoughts and prayersRespectfully,Thomas Diedrich & The Diedrich FamilyIn Memory of Ralph A. Miller


John Diedrich posted on 11/26/11

Dear Ralph and the Miller Family,My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your father and husband.I was very sorry to hear the news and want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.Sincerely,JD


BG Mark R. Quantock posted on 11/26/11

Please accept the heartfelt condolences from the entire International Security Assistance Force - Afghanistan Combined J-2 (Intelligence) for your loss. Mr. Miller's story is clearly an American Story - one of patriotism, having served as a U.S. Marine, and service, having served as a Pennsylvania State Trooper. I can tell from observing his son (Ralph - another great American Patriot) in both peacetime & combat, that Mr. Miller was both a great man and caring father. His legacy will live on in form of the tremendous contributions he personally made to our nation and his community, and through the outstanding children (now fine adults) he & Mrs. Miller raised. Most Sincerely,Mark R. QuantockBG, USACJ2, IJCKabul, Afghanistan


Heather Haueter Karenbauer posted on 11/26/11

Miller Family I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I have to return to Michigan on Sunday morning and will be unable to attend the calling hours. Thoughts are with your entire family at this difficult time.