Howard Miller Obituary, Death – Today marks the passing of Howard Miller, a former employee at WSAZ who will be fondly remembered by all those who knew and worked with him. The friendly smile and laid-back demeanor that were Howard’s trademarks were only two of his many endearing qualities. The devastating news was shared on Facebook by Cam, his son. A few days ago, Cam also posted some really heartfelt thoughts about his loving old dad and the problems he was having near the end of his life. I have republished it down below.
Although all of the incremental advancements were welcome, ultimately, his current state has not changed in the ways that we required it to in order to make progress. He has instructed me on what to do in this circumstance, and Lord knows that I am seeking high and low for the strength to carry out his instructions exactly as he has instructed me to execute them.
I am grateful to everyone who has offered their assistance and best wishes to me. I would like to express my gratitude to each and every one of you, and I am blown away by the number of lives that have been changed for the better by my father.
Howard, may you finally rest in peace. Today, I will have to complete one of the most challenging tasks that has ever been requested of me. The progress that Dad has made in his rehabilitation just hasn’t been good enough for him to be taken off the ventilator yet. Additionally, he will need to use a feeding tube, and there is no estimated time frame for any cognitive improvement.
Due to the fact that he has labored for the better part of his life, he deserves some time off right now. working hard to achieve his dreams while also putting in hard work to raise me. What a wonderful role model he has been for his children. Recently, he’s been going through a rough patch, so it’s about time that he receives some much-needed peace and quiet.
I will make sure to keep you all informed about the plans moving forward as they develop. For me, everything about this is a learning process, so I’m just going to take things one step at a time.