Elisabeth Rosa Miller, R.I.P.

As you probably know, I didn’t know Elisabeth Rosa Miller personally, and so my remarks here are somewhat limited, but at the same time after getting to speak with Warren, Mike and Hugh during their difficult loss, I feel like I know something of her warmth and greatness, and of her devotion to her family.

It is often the occasion of great loss that causes us to see how much we have to be thankful for, and Elisabeth’s wonderful life is no exception. Her long life of 89 years, her story, includes many twists and turns, many exciting moments where the fate of this family hung in the balance. The misdiagnosis of her appendicitis as a child, and her lone survival of a train attacked by planes in wartime Germany Continue reading