Guest Book for Friedrich "Fritz" V.B. Miller

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: Deborah Shaich
Mon February 18, 2019
Fritz and I were fellow Buffalonians although I first met him in 1969 when visiting a mutual friend in Portland.  I would see Fritz when he came back to Buffalo to visit his family and ended up working at both the hospitals his parents worked at.  I moved to Portland in 1972 and we spent more time together.  After Fritz moved to Pendleton , we saw each other less, but he always made the effort to stay in touch over the years. Fritz and Jackie were very generous to share their tickets to Broadway musicals when they were unable to come to Portland.  
   Jackie, thinking about you and hoping if you need a place to stay if you come to Portland, you will get in touch with me.  Take care of yourself.  💕  Deborah

Posted by: Linda seecarry
Tue February 19, 2019
I met Fritz when he first moved to Pendleton,Or and was working at EOSH & TC.
We remained friends over the years . I was working both at EOSH, and later at the Psychiatric center as a nurse.  Fritz was a wonderful Dr. and compassionate about the care of his patients. He made a lot of friends , and he will be surely missed by many ex-coworkers and those in the community. My daughter Tiffany also expresses her condolences to you as well Jackie. Tiffany enjoyed working for you and Fritz in your yard.  Linda Seecarry

Posted by: Barbara Małasiewicz
Tue February 19, 2019
Kind hearted  memories of a Mam whose readiness to serve and help others was outstanding . Missing the Words of wisdom and generously shared expertise. Farrewell my Friend

Posted by: Lori Hutchison Bainter
Wed February 20, 2019
I have many good memories of Dr. Miller. His kindness towards me and his patients have had a lasting positive effect. I was sad to hear of his passing. He will be remembered and missed.

Posted by: Bill Farner
Mon February 25, 2019
I was a classmate of Fritz at Amherst Central High School, near Buffalo, NY.  I believe he was was on the cross country team as was I.  He attended what I think was our 50th reunion after driving to Wisconsin to visit his wife's homestead and probably her family there.  As I have learned from others with Facebook access, he was well regarded.  I have received several inquiries about him from classmates.  May he rest in peace.

Posted by: Warrine Terpening
Mon February 25, 2019
I had just recently had the privilege of meeting Fritz and I so enjoyed listening to his stories about our building--now EOCI.  What a nice man. Pretty remarkable life & career.

Posted by: Theodore Totman
Tue February 26, 2019
Fritz and I were high school classmates at Amherst Central High School in Snyder, New York, an immédiate suburb of Buffalo.  Remember all the time I spent with Fritz and his sister with great pleasure.  Years later, my wife Hélène and I went to some museums in Buffalo with Fritz.  Think it was a class reunion that had brought us all back for a visit.  A wonderful person he was and Hélène and I are very sad he is no longer with us.

Posted by: Beth Brouillard
Sat March 09, 2019
I so enjoyed working as an RN with Dr Miller at EOPC for many years.  
Always cheerful and pleasant to be around, he was a great role model for staff and patients alike.  I saw his ability to accept and teach others about his knowledge of mental health and recovery as the basis of many patients hope and  success.  He was a joy to see and talk with in the community after his retirement.  Am glad Jackie that you both had more years and opportunities after retiring to travel and visit family and friends.  You are both fondly remembered by me and many others in our community, blessings to you Jackie.

Posted by: Wendi Jackson
Thu March 14, 2019
Fritz was a joy to be around.