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Remembering Robert L. Miller: A great friend of LWC

'He was a great teacher in the area of Community and Economic Development and was always willing to share his knowledge.' -Sue Stivers

Sue Stivers writes:
Robert Miller was indeed a remarkable man. It was truly an honor for me to serve on the Board of Trustees at Lindsey Wilson College with him. His leadership on the Board was outstanding. I always admired the way he could get things done not only for the City of Campbellsville but for Lindsey Wilson College. He was a great teacher in the areas of Community and Economic development and was always willing to share his knowledge. I will always be appreciative for what he did for Columbia and Lindsey Wilson College. -Sue C. Stivers
Above comments re article 42435 Remembering a remarkable man Robert L Miller



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