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Frederick Warren Miller

Frederick Warren Miller, American entrepreneur. H.H. Geist scholar, Pennsylvania State University, fellowship, Rice University. Member of Florida Cem. Association (board directors), Southern Cemetery Association, American Cem. Association (board directors, vice president since 1989), Toastmasters (president 1967, Distinguished Achievement award 1967), Nashville Aquatic Club 1976-1978, (chairman 1979-1981).

Background

  • Miller, Frederick Warren was born on November 19, 1935 in Pittsburgh. Son of Warren Jennings and Grace Elizabeth (Sawhill) Miller.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, Rice University, 1965.

    Career

    • With E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc., 1957—1981. Supervisor researcher Old Hickory, Tennessee, 1970—1981. President, co-owner Wine Celler, Inc., Hendersonville, 1973—1983, Memorial Business Systems, Inc., Pensacola Vault Company, Inc.

      Vice president, co-owner Pensacola Memorial Gardens, Florida.

    Membership

    Member of Florida Cem. Association (board directors), Southern Cemetery Association, American Cem. Association (board directors, vice president since 1989), Toastmasters (president 1967, Distinguished Achievement award 1967), Nashville Aquatic Club 1976-1978, (chairman 1979-1981).

    Connections

    • Married Ann Louise Sutton, January 30, 1960. Children: Karinne Adele, David Sutton, Diane Elizabeth.
    • father: Warren Jennings Miller
    • mother: Grace Elizabeth (Sawhill) Miller
    • spouse: Ann Louise Sutton
    • children: Karinne Adele Miller
    • David Sutton Miller
    • Diane Elizabeth Miller
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    Born November 19, 1935
    Nationality
    • 1957
      Pennsylvania State University
    • 1965
      Rice University
    • 1957 - 1981
      With E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
    • 1970 - 1981
      supervisor researcher, Old Hickory
      Tennessee, United States
    • 1973 - 1983
      president
      Hendersonville, North Carolina, United States

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