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Miller, Park N.

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OBIT: Prescott Courier, 30 Dec 1963: Moved to Prescott in 1916. Worked as an accountant, a credit manager for Bashford-Burmeister Co. and as a cashier for the First National Bank in Prescott. Served on the city council, then served as city clerk and magistrate. Was president of the League of Arizona Cities & Towns in 1951 and was a member of the executive board until 1961. Was a member of the Prescott Kiwanis Club, the Masonic Lodge and the Prescott Elks Lodge. He was also active in the Methodist Church and servied on the board of directors for 14 years. Survivors included his wife, Naomi G. of Prescott; a daughter, Mrs. George B. Goodwin of Prescott; 2 stepdaguthers, Mrs. James Harvey and Mrs. Mack Wiltcher, both of Phoenix; a sister, Mrs. Bonnie Steele of Morgantown, Indiana; 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchilden.
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Date of Death: 29-Dec-63
First Name: Park N.
Last Name: Miller
Birthdate: 10 May 1885
Birthplace: Morgantown, Indiana
Burial Info: Mountain View Cemetery/ J/23/J
Spouse: Naomi G. Miller
File Number: 24977
Marker: Yes

Additional Info

File Number 24977
Last Name Miller
First Name Park N.
Birthdate 10 May 1885
Birthplace Morgantown, Indiana
Date of Death 29-Dec-63
Burial Info Mountain View Cemetery/ J/23/J
Marker Yes
Spouse Naomi G. Miller
Parents No
Occupation No
Description OBIT: Prescott Courier, 30 Dec 1963: Moved to Prescott in 1916. Worked as an accountant, a credit manager for Bashford-Burmeister Co. and as a cashier for the First National Bank in Prescott. Served on the city council, then served as city clerk and magistrate. Was president of the League of Arizona Cities & Towns in 1951 and was a member of the executive board until 1961. Was a member of the Prescott Kiwanis Club, the Masonic Lodge and the Prescott Elks Lodge. He was also active in the Methodist Church and servied on the board of directors for 14 years. Survivors included his wife, Naomi G. of Prescott; a daughter, Mrs. George B. Goodwin of Prescott; 2 stepdaguthers, Mrs. James Harvey and Mrs. Mack Wiltcher, both of Phoenix; a sister, Mrs. Bonnie Steele of Morgantown, Indiana; 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchilden.