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David T. Ferguson Funeral Home

20 North Street, Washingtonville, NY

OBITUARY

Walter J Miller

October 20, 1951December 24, 2019

Walter J. Miller of Washingtonville, NY, passed away on Tuesday, December 24, 2019. He was 68 years old. Walter was born on October 20, 1951 to the late Charles P. and Cecelia Eileen (Faulkner) Miller in Washington, D.C. He was an avid ham radio operator, known as One-Eyed Jack. He was an excellent mechanic, puzzle-solver and patient Redskins fan! He was always lending a hand to his family & friends. He is survived by his cherished brothers and sisters, Harold Miller, Oliver Miller, Steven “Sam” Miller, Aileen Miller and Maria Korsnick. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He was predeceased by his brother Charles “Jerry” Miller and sister Barbara Reilly. Cremations Services were private. Memorial Services and Burial will take place this Spring in Falls Church, VA.

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Patty Webb

January 18, 2020

Sorry for your family's loss. Wally's brother Oliver was a high schhol classmate of mine and I knew Aileen.
Most sincerely,

Patty (O'Dowd) Webb

Anna Earman Corder

January 18, 2020

I knew Wally since I was a baby girl and always thought he was beautiful both inside and out. Thank you for the memories dear.

Bob Strickler

January 16, 2020

Wally called me in November to tell me how sorry he was about my wife Anne passing away October 1st 2019. We had not talked in many years but it was like we talked all the time. I first met Wally when he was eight years old. I have many good memories of growing up with the Millers. They were the best neighbors you
could wish for.

Bobby

Joe McCauley

January 15, 2020

I knew Wally pretty much my entire life. He was one of the “big kids” in the Falls Chirch neighborhood in which we grew up. He could throw the hardest, hit the farthest, and when he felt like it, run the fastest. But he sauntered more than ran, because above all, Wally was the coolest. I’ll miss you brother. Say hey to Pat.

MIKE DIMEGLIO

December 31, 2019

Wally,
You were one of the most talented mechanics I knew. Great personality and smile. A pleasure to speak with. We will miss you .

Mike and Denise DiMeglio, Sparkill

Maria Korsnick

December 30, 2019

Wally, we love you! You lived in your own way and on your own terms. Always quick to help those that you felt deserving. You were gentle, yet firm.

I will remember you as a patient puzzle-solver and animal lover. I know that now you are teaching them about radios!

Give everyone a hug for us. We will keep you in our prayers,

Love you, forever....Maria

Robin Hammond

December 27, 2019

Playing bean bags and drinking beers in Sam’s yard. Love you uncle Wally

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY