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Dayton Firefighters Local 136

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John L. C. Miller
Updated On: Feb 18, 2012

 


John L. C. Miller

 

John L. C. Miller

 

 

Appointed: August 11, 1942
Died: February 14, 1964
Badge #: 102
Badge Retired:
October 8,

John Miller was appointed to the Dayton Fire Department on August 11, 1942.  He was inducted into the military on August 14, 1944 and was restored back to his position on August 2, 1946. He was promoted to Lieutenant on October 1, 1951.

He was assigned to Company 9 at Salem and Oxford Street

 On February 14, 1964, Lieutenant Miller suffered a heart attack while on scene of a fire alarm at Grand and Meredith Streets.  He was removed to Miami Valley Hospital where he died.  He was 45 years old.

He is buried in Memorial Park Cemetery.

 

 


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