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William Noble Miller dies at 93

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Hot Springs Village, AR: William Noble Miller died peacefully July 26, 2008, his devoted family by his side. He was born in Select, Ky. Jan. 1, 1915. He attended Bowling Green Teacher’s College, later known as Western Kentucky University. Bill taught school six years, the first year in a one room school house, containing eight grades. He taught five years at Cromwell KY High School.

In 1940 he married the former Corinne (Renny) Tweddell of Hartford, Kentucky. They were wed 68 wonderful years.

Bill was a veteran of World War II serving the U.S. Army Air Force with overseas duty in India.

After the war Bill once again attended college at Bowling Green Kentucky Business University obtaining a degree in Business Administration and accounting. Bill was a cost accountant for Reynolds Metals Company for 4 years, then 28 years for U.S. Steel as Senior Cost Analyst.

He and Renny lived 47 years in Chesterton, IN. Upon retirement Bill delivered Meals on Wheels 14 years and volunteered teaching Vietnamese immigrants and G.E.D. students. During these 47 years he served many areas of the 1st United Methodist Church of Chesterton, IN.

In 1994 Bill and Renny moved to Hot Springs Village, AR to be near their only daughter Cassandra Jo (Cassy) and her husband, Art Jungnickel.

Bill was a faithful member of Christ of the Hills United Methodist Church, former member of the 9 Hole Golf Club and “The Wild Bunch” golf group. He was also a member of Village Card Club and better Bridgers. They loved to dance, travel, and bridge was their hobby.

He is survived by his loving wife, soul mate, and friend, Renny, his devoted and loving daughter, Cassy and husband, Art Jungnickel, 2 devoted and loving grandsons, David Jungnickel, wife Donna and Eric Jungnickel, 5 great-grandchildren, Briana, Nicole, Courtney, Carley, and Mak and his little cat “Honeybunny.”

Bill was preceded in death by his parents, beloved Grandmother, and also his precious grand-daughter-in-law, Elaine Jungnickel.

Bill was a kind and gentle person and respected by all who knew him. He will be missed by many.

Memorial services will be held at Christ of the Hills U.M.C. on Thursday, July 31, 2PM with Rev. Mike Morey officiating.

Memorials may be made to Glen Haven Ranch, 948 Glen Haven Road, Plainview, AR 72857; Alzheimer’s Assoc., 411 S. Victory, Suite 202, Little Rock, AR 72201; or Christ of the Hills United Methodist Church, 700 Balearic Road, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909.

ARRANGEMENTS ARE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF CEDARVALE FUNERAL HOME OF HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, ARKANSAS. (501)922-6100 YOU MAY SIGN THE GUESTBOOK AT WWW.ATKINSONFUNERALHOME.NET

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Posted 7/29/2008