Northwest NEWS

October 26, 1998

Valley Special


   Don G. 'Bud' Miller

   A private graveside service has been held for Don G. "Bud" Miller, who died Oct. 10 in Shoreline where he lived for 50 years.
   Mr. Miller was born in Missouri on Sept. 27, 1916. He was an expert machinist and welder, working two jobs to provide for his family. He will be remembered for his zest for life, his generous nature, his love for his dogs and his greatest pride and joy, his family.
   He entered the greatest adventure of his life when he received the Lord as his Savior just before he died.
   Don is survived by his precious wife Claire; his loving daughters Sharon Hanquet of Duvall and Laurel Boyd of Seattle; sons-in-law Fred Hanquet and Gary Boyd; sisters Vera Parnell, Violet O'Brien, Betty Shorey and Virginia Cyphers,numerous grandchildren and great-grandchild Bridgette Ashley.
   Don was preceded in death by his son Craig Miller and two sisters Dona Breiwick and Velva Cox. He will be missed by all. Memorials may be made to Compassion International, P.O. Box 7000, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80933. Arrangements Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds.