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Thursday, November 9, 2023

The world was not good enough for James Fox Miller and with the heaviest of hearts, we are sad to say he has rolled his final 7.


Our lives will never be the same, and the clouds that cover our souls may lessen some day, but they will never go away. Even his bad days when he didn’t feel good, or when Trump did another idiotic thing, or when the market tanked, he was happy.

His whole life made sense because of the love he had for his wife. Whether he was eating 3 day old chicken or at a 3 star restaurant he was the luckiest man alive.

When James Fox first started writing this post he had no expectations other than to share his love of family, friends, sports, food, travel, and political musings. It was a way to memorialize stories and ideas. He loved watching the number of people reading and commenting on the posts grow as his words resonated with people from all around the world.

Writing these posts brought him great joy and we are forever thankful for all the likes comments and shares! This is his last and final post as James Fox Miller has joined his final game of craps up above.

The best lawyer, best dad, best grandpa, best friend and the best husband of 63 years. We are devastated and miss you already.


Up Jimmy! Go Dolphins! Go Marlins! Go Ukraine! Go Israel! Go Jimmy!


Love, The Miller Family


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Stephen Selka
Stephen Selka
09 nov. 2023

I love Jimmy and Barbara, I met them on the Seabourn WC. I had dinner with Jimmy many times because Barbara rarely had dinner. I considered them to be incredibly lucky. I told Jimmy more than once he was the luckiest guy I knew. What a fantastic love story. My heartfelt condolences to Barbara.

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Tina G
Tina G
09 nov. 2023

Both Stephen and I are so saddened by this news. We met Jimmy and Barbara on the Seabourn WC and are so grateful we had the opportunity to have dinner with him in Florence only 2 weeks ago. Our deep condolences to Barbara

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We are in shock. He appeared well and normal, enjoying life with Barbara, just a few days ago. We read his blogs all the time. If true, we are deeply saddened and will always remember him and Barbara and the wonderful days we spent together on the world cruise on Seabourn Sojourn.

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lndavidson
lndavidson
09 nov. 2023

please excuse the typing errors. he had a life well lived and will be missed by all who had the pleasure if knowing him

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lndavidson
lndavidson
09 nov. 2023

We miss him asall his friends and family. We learned a lot from him whether from his posts or being with him in Florence or Florida. he had a life we. We love aneady.

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