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Miller, William T. - April 2, 2020

MILLER - William T. April 2, 2020. Age 83, Beloved husband of Barbara (Nee Rath); brother of David, Sue, and Betty. A future Memorial service will take place at Lord of Life Lutheran Church. Bill was an Army Veteran and an exempt member of Pine Hill Fire Co. Donations to American Heart Association in Bill’s name are appreciated. Online condolences at www.PACERFUNERALHOME.com

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04/06/2020

Billy, my brother. You were like a father to me. You could always turn my frown and tears into a smile. I will miss my birthday call every year and as Dave said the many BBQ's. I will miss your hugs and your smile. I love you very much as my family does. I will miss you till we are together again. Much love, your little Susie Q

Sue A. Wallach
Hamilton, Ontario,Canada
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04/07/2020

Emerson said “It is not the length of life but the depth.” I knew a man who cared and loved others more than himself. My cousin Billy exemplified the love of Jesus by his actions. When Uncle Scotty passed away suddenly Billy stepped up and became a surrogate father to Sue and Betty. He helped his mother not only at that time but spent countless hours taking care of her in her declining years even though his health was failing. I will miss hearing his voice when he would call spontaneously to talk the Yankees or Bills and just check up on me. I will miss his sense of humor. I will miss my cousin but know I will see him again one day. Thoughts and prayers to Barb, David, Sue, Betty and all whose lives he touched.

Susan Dillinger
Holiday, FL
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04/05/2020

My brother, my friend. I will miss you and our times together.The fishing trips and our time in the boat sharing coffee, reminiscing and some times catching fish. The way we could always tease each other and have a good laugh. The standing $1 bet on the Army/Navy game. Most of all I will miss your love for our family.

David E Miller
Clarence NY
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04/05/2020

Barb So sorry to hear about Bill. Sending our sympathies and prayers to you. Cory and Brian Egan, Jason, Samantha and Zachary Shaffer

Cory Shaffer
Hamburg NY
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04/05/2020

I'm going to miss you, Uncle Bill. We all will. You made a huge impact on me, and on my family. I have fond memories of you at my birthday parties when I was little, of the "financial freedom" you and Aunt Barb provided me with at 15 when you hired me to paint your house (I had money to fix my car!), of welcoming Jodi into our family; ...of feeding our daughters Werthers Butterscotch candies at our house during tax season (they loved you, and stayed quiet while you worked. Smart!), stories of fishing trips with my Dad (Toronto traffic, boat-entering fiascos, current cake, mosqutoes, snoring volume, and ocassionally - a fish) and of course, all the time we spent together in recent years; ...Jodi loved helping out with cleaning (even if Jake had her in sneezing fits after she got home), and of course, the bbqs and family gatherings (I never saw anybody get so excited over slap-yo-mama mac-n-cheese before. Seriously). But I know this: you entered into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He washed away all your sins, and you are with Him now. So that means we will see you again, and be able to continue our discussions. I will even (finally!) get the truth out of both you and Uncle Dave as to how big those fish really were...

David Miller
Clarence, NY
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04/07/2020

Aunt Barb, we are sorry for your loss. You and Uncle Bill are so special and have always demonstrated an awesome marriage. We all learned so much from watching you both! I have so many great memories with Uncle Bill, including my first ever Buffalo Bill’s game (against Detroit in the old Rock Pile – I think we won). So many holidays come to mind…at Thanksgiving, he always had empathy for us that were stuck at the “kid’s table” and made sure I was amply supplied with food and he would pretend to pull mash potatoes out of my ear (not sure when I finally figured out that wasn’t real). And of course we had a zillion 4th of July picnics at your home on Highland and played with Jarts by day and with Sparklers when it got dark. When I grew up, got married, and had kids, you guys shared your love with them as well. Uncle Bill always made sure to ask about what Jessica and Tim were up to, and that always meant a lot to us. I am grateful to have so many wonderful memories with you and Uncle Bill. He will be greatly missed. We love you!

Dan Miller
Williamsville, NY
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04/11/2020

I will always remember Bill and our many good times working at Continental and bowling at Airport Lanes, you were always way better than me. Barb my deepest sympathy

LEE SULKOWSKI
Getzville, NY
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05/01/2020

Barb, I am SO SORRY to see that Bill passed away a few weeks ago. I am heart broken. Bill was a Great guy. Loved bowling with him years ago and stopping by the house during tax season. I was going to call him a couple days ago, but got busy. I hope everything is going well with you. If you need anything, please do not hesitate to give me a call. Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills
Lancaster, NY
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04/21/2020

I was very sorry to hear of the passing of my cousin Bill. Thoughts and prayers to Barb, David, Sue, and Betty.

Archie Miller
Morrisville, NC
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