|Lieutenant George Miller, son of Mrs. Margaret Miller of Detroit, MI, formerly of Eau Claire, spent Friday visiting relatives here. His brother, Lieutenant Edward Miller, who has been stationed at Columbia, SC, left last week for overseas duty. Another brother, Robert, in the U.S. Navy, is now stationed in Ireland.|
|Lt. George Miller Plane Crash Victim|
|Lieutenant George Horan Miller, son of Mrs. Margaret
Miller, Columbia, SC, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Miller, 321
Hudson Street, and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Osterman, 139 Hudson
Street, was killed in a plane crash at Dyersburg, TN recently, according
to word received from his mother by Eau Claire relatives. No details of
the accident were given.
Lieutenant Miller graduated from Eau Claire High School in 1941, when the above picture was taken, and entered the Air Corps in 1943, after attending Wisconsin University two years. He was president of his class in high school and prom king.
He is survived by his mother, formerly Margaret Horan, and two brothers, both in service: Lieutenant Edward Miller, now pilot of a bomber, and Robert, now serving with the Medical Corps on a hospital ship.
|Rites to Be Held Here Tuesday for Lt. George Miller|
|Funeral services for Lieutenant George Horan Miller, son
of Mrs. Margaret Miller, Columbia, South Carolina, a former resident of
Eau Claire, will be held Tuesday morning at 8:15 from the Golden Funeral
Chapel and at 8:30 from St. Patrick's Church, the Rt. Reverend Msgr. C.
E. Dowd officiating.
There will be rosary devotions at the funeral home chapel Monday evening at 8:30.
Lieutenant Miller, an Army Air Corps pilot, was killed in a plane crash at Dyersburg, TN. Details of the accident were not received, but six other airmen lost their lives in the same crash.
Besides his mother, the former Margaret Horan, he is survived by two brothers, Lieutenant Edward Miller, a bomber pilot, and Robert, serving with the Medical Corps on a hospital ship, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George G. Miller, 321 Hudson Street. He was a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Osterman, 1391 Hudson Street.
Lieutenant Miller was graduated from Eau Claire High School in 1941 and entered the Air Corps in 1943, after two years at the University of Wisconsin. He was prom king in high school.