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Obituary for Paul M. Miller

Paul Michael Miller, beloved brother, husband, father, and Pop-Pop, passed away peacefully in his home on September 27, 2020.

Paul was born July 17, 1953 in Prince George's County, Maryland. He grew up playing sports with the Lanham Boys Club and spent many weekends on the shores of Cobb Island with his family. After graduating from Duval High School in 1971 he went on to join his father in the printing industry. From humble beginnings mixing ink, Paul built a successful career as a salesman because of his dedication to his colleagues and customers, many of whom became friends.

Paul was a caring, loyal and devoted family man. His passion was golf and he enjoyed many rounds with family and friends at his home course at Prince George’s Country Club, along with trips to courses from Myrtle Beach to Delaware. Paul never missed a sporting event for his daughters. From coaching softball to learning how to tack up a horse, he was constantly engaged and supportive of their pursuits. In recent years, one of Paul’s greatest joys was spending time with his grandchildren.

Paul is preceded in death by his father, Robert Irving Miller. He is survived by his wife of over 45 years Janice Miller, daughters and sons-in-laws Tracie Meerholz and Collin Meerholz, Kelly and Guston Montes de Oca, grandchildren Camdyn, Leighton and Case, and siblings Robert Miller, Jr. (Alice), Kathleen Peterson (David), Lizbeth Smith (Steve) and Lynn Marselas. Paul was blessed to have a steadfast and loving support system throughout his life, including Sallie Craig (Robert), numerous aunts and uncles, extended family and many great friends.

Paul and his family were blessed to have received the incredible gift of life through organ donation, enabling Paul to be present for wonderful memories with family and friends over the past three years. To honor this gift and Paul’s memory, donations can be made to Washington Hospital Center’s Cardiac Heart Failure & Transplant Fund

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