Donald W. Miller

Date of Death: July 12, 2019
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Donald W. Miller, 73, a lifelong resident of Beaver County, passed away Friday, July 12, 2019 at the V.A. Hospital,  H.J. Heinz Campus, Aspinwall, PA. Raised in Monaca, he was a son of the late Albert Miller and Gertrude Miller Seitz. Don was a proud Vietnam veteran having served with the U. S. Marine Corps’ …
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Laura Foux left a message on August 7, 2019:
My daughter just won a veterans commemorative mug with this mans name on it at our small town carnival and she was so proud it has become dear to her heart. Being able to see his picture was very special for her and even though I cannot be 100% sure this is him I just want to say he has a special place in our thoughts now.
Marlene Buccione left a message on July 21, 2019:
From on veteran to another. God bless and keep you in his arms
Walt white left a message on July 18, 2019:
Your family is in our thoughts and prayers
Joseph glass left a message on July 18, 2019:
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Ronald Cook left a message on July 18, 2019:
I was a Navy "doc" Assigned to Third Battalion Fourth Marines Vietnam 1966-67. I served with Don's Unit and later joined him in Reunions of our Battalion Association. Don was a great Marine, a true Friend and I share in your loss. He may be telling "Chesty Puller" about his conquest and combat in Vietnam. Managed to kiss his bald head just to get his attention. Always in public, small wonder he didn't THUMP ME. Don stayed with us when he was in Cincinnati for a Polo meeting. Will remember him and as long as we remember he will never be gone. S/F Don Rest Easy Marine!! "DOC"
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Darcy Winters left a message on July 18, 2019:
In memory of Donald W. Miller, Darcy Winters lit a candle
Kerri Acierno left a message on July 16, 2019:
I love you Dad. Rest in peace.
Bill Rote left a message on July 16, 2019:
Remembering all the good times and memories from when we were growing up in Monaca. Your distinguished service to our Country while with the USMC will always be appreciated. Rest peacefully. Prayers and condolences to the family.
Mike "Fuzzy" Lindberg left a message on July 15, 2019:
May you rest in peace brother, Semper Fi, we will miss you in August.
Ken Maylone left a message on July 15, 2019:
DW, I’m sorry to see you go, yet the rest of us will soon follow the same path. My memories of you are as clear as ever, and they make me feel both glad and proud to have been your friend. You are a rare breed, and lived your life on your own terms. I hope you find your peace on the other side. My greatest respect to you, Ken Maylone
Catie and Jay left a message on July 14, 2019:
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Our deepest condolences.
Ralph Seifert left a message on July 14, 2019:
R.I.P Brother you will be missed by all.
Scott Wooddell left a message on July 14, 2019:
May you rest in peace. Although we lived many miles apart you were always in my thoughts over the years. Your passing is truly a loss for our generation as many of us looked up to you for your courage through a rough period in our history.
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