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Jay L. Miller, III, 72, of Spotsylvania passed away on November 24, 2022 at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.
Survivors include his wife, Belva Campbell Miller; daughter Melissa “Missy” Amrol (Roger); grandchildren Jackson Amrol and Campbell Amrol; brother John L. Miller (Anna Helen); and brother-in-law Major (Ret. USMC) Paul L. Campbell .
He was preceded in death by his father, Jay L. Miller, Jr.; mother Margaret W. Miller; son Jeremy L. Miller; father-in-law Paul L. Campbell, Sr.; and mother-in-law Rose C. Campbell.
I am sad Jay booked his eternal tee time on Thursday, November 24th at 3:26pm. I am Happy Bird is free of the constraints of Primary Progressive Aphasia due to Frontotemporal Degeneration. In fulfilling Jay’s wishes, yesterday he became a part of the Johns Hopkins Brain Study program. Since Jay did not want any funeral services, in tribute to him, take your clubs (and your wife) around the world (especially O.C.), dance and sing with your daughter, play tennis and enjoy music with your son, play golf with your son-in-law, read books to your children and grandchildren, attend your grandson’s hockey games, and let your granddaughter paint your toenails.
For those who loved Jay/Dad/Bird/ Pop/Uncle Jay/Big Buddy: play a round of golf, throw horseshoes, throw darts, play poker, go bowling, play softball, shoot pool, play the ponies, see a NASCAR race, enjoy seafood, steam a bushel of crabs, drink a Miller High Life, listen to Zepplin, Black Sabbath, and Bruno Mars; sit in your favorite rocking chair and watch ACC and Big Ten basketball, root for the Terps, watch Laurel & Hardy, Little Rascals, Three Stooges, Sanford and Son, Street Outlaws, AFV, MTV, PGA, & LPGA.
Smile until your dimples show, be Loyal, be True, be Honest. Love and be Loved.
RHH: Read it, Hit it, Hole it!
In memory of Jay, donations may be made to the PGA Junior League Scholarship fund through PGAReach.org and the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration TheAFTD.org