Redington Shores commissioner dies
By GREG WILLIAMS, Times staff writer
REDINGTON SHORES -- Clell A. Miller, a town commission member since 1997, died Wednesday (Nov. 13, 2002) at home while under hospice care.
He was 85.
Mr. Miller was appointed to the Redington Shores Town Commission to fill the vacated District 3 seat. He was was unopposed in elections this year.
He served two terms as vice mayor and oversaw the building department.
Before serving on the commission, Mr. Miller sat on the town's Board of Adjustment and served 12 years on the Planning and Zoning Board.
Mr. Miller helped the city build a new Town Hall that improved the community's image and always was helpful to residents, Mayor J.J. Beyrouti said.
"He helped everybody in the community that needed a ride or needed help, he was there for them. He was a great citizen and a great civil servant," he said.
Born in Lebanon, Mo., Mr. Miller came here in 1977 from Fenton, Mich.
Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Marguerite; a daughter, Connie Whalen, and two granddaughters, Lindsey Whalen and Melissa Whalen, all of Grand Blanc, Mich.
A private service is planned.
Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Seminole is in charge.
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