Paul Miller

Paul P. Miller

October 17, 1916 - December 22, 2020
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    Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020 | 1:30pm
    Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020 1:30pm


Donations are being accepted for:
Ner Israel Rabbinical College

400 Mt Wilson Lane, Pikesville, MD 21208

PJ Library

67 Hunt Street
Suite 100, Agawam, MA 01001


Paul P. Miller passed away on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 at the age of 104. He is survived by his children, Steven (Lora) Miller, Wendy (Dr. David) Fishbein, Dr. Jeffrey (Wendy) Miller, Dr. Glenn (Lisa) Miller, Dr. Samuel (Marcella) Miller, Dr. Scott Miller, and Dr. Lisa (Dr. Michael) Miller; grandchildren, Ruth Miller (Wai) Fong, Leah Miller, Dr. Ben (Leah) Fishbein, Dr. Jason (Morgan) Fishbein, Dr. Joey Fishbein (fiancée Marci Sierra), Josh (Abby) Miller, Dr. Adam Miller (fiance Jamee Wasilewsky), Erin Miller, Dr. Zack Miller, Tess Miller, Dr. Katelyn (Robert) Owen, Dr. Greg Miller, Ilana Miller, and Max Miller; and great-grandchildren, Lilly Fong, Timothy Fong, Amelia Fishbein, and Patrick Owen. He was predeceased by his wife, Frieda Miller (nee Lapidus); siblings, Abe Miller, Ben Miller, Herbie Miller, and Elliott Miller; parents, Louis and Rebecca Miller; and grandson, Isaac Miller.

Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Ner Israel Rabbinical College, 400 Mt Wilson Lane, Pikesville, MD 21208 or PJ Library, 67 Hunt Street, Suite 100, Agawam, MA 01001.
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Blythe Sherry Chetrit

Posted at 10:12am
An incredible Jew, teacher, parent and person. His legacy goes continues with his offspring, his students, his community.

Yehuda Mond

Posted at 12:33pm
What a person. What a life.
I was a student of his 17 years ago, when he must have been ~87. I was incredulous that a person his age had the will and stamina to teach classes (not a class! Classes! And different math levels too) of rowdy teenage Yeshiva students cooped up almost all day, but yet...there he was. He tolerated the occasional infraction, taught patiently and effectively, soft-spoken, no airs about him. He was a great teacher, in the full sense of the word. I was and still in awe.
He leaves behind such a beautiful family as well. He looked happy, satisfied, and fulfilled in those last photos. May we all lead a similarly fulfilling, long, and healthy life as Mr. Miller did.

Amy and Marley Simon

Posted at 04:51pm
Dear Wendy, Jeffrey and Family,
We were so sorry to hear about your father. I have such fun memories of your family growing up on Gist Ave. You are so fortunate to have him for as long as you have. Our thoughts go out to you.

Edie and Howard Gersh

Posted at 09:40pm
We are sending our love and prayers to your family. May his memory be a blessing always. What an incredible long life he lived with a wonderful family beside him.

Warren Epstein

Posted at 01:05pm
There is change in every aspect of life and around every corner but, Paul Miller was a constant . He was benchmark, a monument and, a pedestal one could count on knowing was there in a world of tumult. . He was a man of character who was soft spoken with never a bad word to say about others. Yet he would always do ,and expect others to do the right thing. He would tell a joke in his quiet voice and , wait for your inevitable laugh .I spent many years at my second home on Bancroft Rd with Paul and Frieda and the whole Miller clan where I learned to feel like part of the family .I was not one of those thousands of lucky students who got the benefit of Paul’s math teaching skills. I did however, get to see him enjoy life watching the orioles play ,his family grow with in-laws and grand children and , especially lucky enough to see Frieda send him off to his next lessons with the standard “goodbye good luck “ wish. Family and his students were his passion in his 104 years of life. Few people can claim these accomplishments but ,Paul Miller did and, the people around him are better off for it. May all that knew him find comfort in his life and may his memory continue to be for a blessing. Warren Epstein

Yehoshua Mandelcorn (Josh at work)

Posted at 08:46pm
I was one of his "star" students from 1969 thru 1972, and the math background from his classes put me in a strong position for engineering school at Carnegie Mellon University where I got a BSEE and launched my career as an electrical engineer. 43 years later this career is still going strong as I am now an Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments. As I contemplate the difficulties many of our fellow Jews have in making a living, I realize that the math education that he provided has lifted countless Jewish families out of poverty.

Marsha Goldberg

Posted at 07:18pm
Adam and Jamee,
Sending condolences on the passing of your grandfather.

Daniel Lapidus

Posted at 02:30pm
I have such fond memories of Mr. Miller. His classes were not easy, but he taught them in such a clear and straightforward way. I can still easily picture him drawing different figures on the board while teaching us in his trademark sing-song way ("giivvven, that that aangle is..."). To this day, I enjoy math because of the way he taught it to us. Mr. Miller not only taught us math, he also taught us how to be a full-time mensch!! He will always be remembered!!

Fred Hyman

Posted at 12:53pm
Steve and family,

I am so sorry to hear this. What a fulfilling life you father lead. I was thinking of him a lot earlier this year – I was set to go to Israel in March, but it was cancelled due to COVID. In preparation, however, I was brushing up on my Hebrew for 6 months prior. Everyone has been reminiscing about Mr. Miller's outstanding skills as a teacher of mathematics, but I guess just a few of us were privileged to be his students when he taught Hebrew as a teacher at Baltimore Hebrew's midweek after-school program. Your father was such an outstanding Hebrew teacher to me, that even to this day, the words came back to me in his voice and I was amazed as how much of it returned. After first meeting your father in this capacity, I got to know your entire family during my high school years and that was never a dull moment! Although many years have passed since then, I saw through the Sol Levinson site what a legacy he left in the way of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and seeing how many of you are providing good for the world as doctors and other inspiring professionals; his love of learning and family live on! Wonderful. May his memory be a blessing.

BenZion Lapidus

Posted at 12:45pm
My condolences to the family. As a student in Ner Yisroel it was always special to see his dedication to his students, to the Yeshiva and of course his warm smile. He game me an extra warm greeting as we were related! I'll always remember how Rabbi Tendler z"l said that the reason why he never had any discipline issues in class was because he was such a mentch and respectable person - therefore all the students respected him and wanted to behave!
How amazing it is - that now I am teaching in the house on Bancroft that he once lived! There is a sign hanging now in the Yeshiva - all learning this week is dedicated to his memory!
May his memory be a blessing!

Julian Spangenthal

Posted at 12:09pm
My condolences to the entire family. As a child growing up across the street from this wonderful family, I had the opportunity to see Paul in action. I have very fond memories of his interaction with all us kids. Paul would often join us in playing whiffle ball, kick ball and punch ball in the lot of their back yard. Paul would also get reel movies that he would project for us to watch over the weekends. I remember these magnificent snow fortresses in his backyard that must have been architectural wonders because of Paul’s geometry skills. Paul and his wife Frieda shared a common love of bargain hunting garage sales. Their house was filled with many artifacts and treasures from these ventures to various neighborhoods.
I was a frequent guest at the Miller home and he was always busy tutoring students even from the earliest days. He was also my tutor for a season when I struggled with geometry while attending Polytechnic High School. He was able to pull me through that very challenging class. He was always very patient and methodical and able to break things down in a way that made the most challenging concepts easy to understand. He undoubtedly contributed to my continued studies in math and computer science. I am sure he is sorely missed by all and leaves a void that cannot be filled. My sincerest condolences.

Zev Griner

Posted at 10:22am
Mr. Mathematics. I remember his high-pitched voice going "Aw, gee. Geezy-peezy". I learned a lot from him 50 years ago in Ner Israel. He once told us a joke. "Scientists invented a way to see through walls" and one kid popped up, "X-rays?", "No", he answered, "Windows".

William Gruber

Posted at 07:27am
How could anyone forget Mr. Miller, he was a truly wonderful man and a wonderful teacher. Though he didn't socialize with the kids, we all knew that he cared very much about us, and also that in his own way was very Jewish and felt to be a part of the Jewish People. YIHEI Zichro Baruch

Ben Hackerman

Posted at 01:39am
Mr. Miller was a very special man. He was my math teacher in 10th and 11th grade. He taught with enthuse and kindness. He was a man of great character and simplicity. A role model. Since I had some private lessons as well. I had the chance to spend time in his home on Bancroft Rd and Stevenson Village.
The pride and passion that he took from his work as any of us can watch his commemorative YouTube video, its a great legacy. I speak for hundreds and hundreds others, sending my deepest condolences to his entire family. He always lit up when speaking about his family.

Wendi Posner Grosshandler

Posted at 12:14am
Dear Jeffrey, Glenn, and Family
I'm so very sorry for the loss of your beloved Dad. He was a very kind, witty, intelligent and respectful man! I was fortunate to have him as my math teacher at UMBC. Your Mom Frieda and my Mom went to school together. Together your parents raised an amazing family of good, haimish smart kids. I know you made your father proud! I know your dad lived a long full life....but somehow it's never enough time. I hope all your wonderful memories sustain you in this most difficult time! You are in my thoughts. All stay well!

Carol and Robert Keehn

Posted at 11:49pm
We extend our sincere condolences on the passing of your beloved father. May his memory be a source of comfort.

Nathan Altshuler

Posted at 09:18pm
Mr.Miller was my amazing math teacher in High School, what a great teacher and really special and remarkable man! Sending my condolences to the entire family, May his memory be a blessing!

Steve and Sue Seidel

Posted at 08:27pm
Glenn and Jeffrey
So sorry to hear of your dads passing. What an amazing, brilliant man. Your dad taught both myself and my dad( Floyd), calculus. May the memories you have of your dad , carry you through this most difficult time.

Jill Wolfson

Posted at 08:12pm
Uncle Paul was my tutor during high school. To this day I remember us sitting together at his dining room table as he put pencil to paper and explained math concepts to me. Rest In Peace Uncle Paul. You will be greatly missed. My condolences to the entire Miller family.

Michael Krull

Posted at 07:55pm
I had the privilege, along with so many other students, of studying mathematics with Mr Miller during the early 80’s. He was an excellent teacher who was able to take complex subjects and explain them so clearly. More importantly he radiated personal warmth to his Students and real enthusiasm for the subject. He somehow took a group of very bright but somewhat fidgety teenagers and got them to focus on things like trig! I still can’t say the word sine or cosine without imitating the way he used to say it so enthusiastically in a high pitch. He was a real mensch and will he sorely missed but we can all reflect on what a wonderful life he lived and how many people he was able to impact. May his memory be a blessing and his family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and jerusalem.

Joseph Milians

Posted at 05:33pm
Sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Miller of blessed memory. I was in his class in Ner Israel in the early 70's and we learned quite a bit in his class. I always thought of him each time I'd pass an ad for "his" auto dealership commuting to work. I was happy that he was able to keep and strengthen his connection with the yeshiva in his later years. May the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem

My heartfelt condolences to the family. Herschel Kulefsky

Posted at 05:00pm
Mr. Miller was a sweet man .

he was the only math teacher I ever had that made math interesting for me and understandable.bde My heartfelt condolences to the family

Lisa Scherr

Posted at 04:58pm
Lisa spoke of her father-in-law with so much love and admiration. Thinking of you and sending my condolences.

Susy and Barry Green

Posted at 04:26pm
Mr. Miller tutored me in Geometry and our daughter, Sheri in Calculus many years later. His influence on
thousands of students is legendary. I know that Jeffrey, and all of your family were proud of your dad, as he was proud of you. May you be comforted by your many wonderful memories.

Yosef Zuckerbrod

Posted at 04:18pm
He showed a lot of warmth to us and patience while teaching us Calculus. He always greeted everyone with a smile!

Eileen Shere

Posted at 03:38pm
When I told my daughter that Uncle Paul had passed away, she said "what an incredible legacy he left behind. The world needs more people like him." Yes, the world does need more people like Paul Miller. My sincerest condolences to his entire family.

Moshe Lewitan

Posted at 02:44pm
I was a student of Mr Miller in the late 70's and have told over the story about "how this equation can save your life " (assuming you needed to find your way back to an aircraft carrier somewhere in the ocean). He has been and will continue to be fondly remembered. Yehi zichro baruch


Posted at 02:40pm
Sending our condolences to the Miller Family on the loss of Paul Miller. We were neighbors many years ago and shared many memories. We know you have many . The Statter’’s

Yosef Eagle

Posted at 02:34pm
Boruch Dayan Ha'emet - Blessed be the true Judge.

So sorry to learn of this news. I extend my heartfelt condolences to the entire family. I had the pleasure of meeting Paul (of blessed memory) 2/3 years ago when I would visit the residents of Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Every Friday when I would come, Paul would put on the Teffilin, and say the blessings and Shema prayer with so much energy, devotion and joy! Paul was a real Light and living example for everyone. He was a real "Rockstar" in Levindale and I'm certain elsewhere as well!

May the Omnipresent comfort you among the rest of the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem - המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים


Rochelle and Gary Lipsitz

Posted at 02:28pm
Thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Baltimore City College Alumni Association

Posted at 01:48pm
To all who mourn for
Paul P. Miller
the Officers and Board of the
Baltimore City College Alumni Association
extend their condolences.

Carl Oppenheim

Posted at 01:45pm
Carol and I extend our condolences to the Miller and Fishbein family.
Dr. Carl Oppenheim

Eliezer Breitowitz

Posted at 01:43pm
I was a student of Mr. Miller's at Ner Israel from 1972-1974 (Geometry and Trigonometry/Algebra II). He was already a legend then. I have been the principal of a boy's high school for the lest twenty years and have worked with many, many teachers. But nobody was Mr. Miller's equal. His devotion to the school, to each individual student, and to the practice of his profession was unparalleled. I may have forgotten much of the math, but I will never forget the fine example he set for us.

David Finkelstein

Posted at 01:42pm
I had the honor of being in Mr. Miller's class in High School at NIRC (76-78). He was an amazing teacher who came alive when he was teaching. He loved to tell us about his time serving his country and how he used his math skills to help him as he fought the enemy.

He became a friend when many years later, I walked up to him at a Shabbos luncheon at BT to tell him that I was his grandson's Rebbe. I was so proud to be able to teach both of the Miller boys. I know that Mr. Miller helped me build my character and i hope i was able to impart some of his wisdom back into the Miller family. BDE

Barbara and Beryle Cohen

Posted at 01:38pm
Dear Miller Family,
We were so sorry to learn of Paul’s passing. He was a remarkable man and along with your mom, Frieda, raised a wonderful family. We hope your happy memories will stay with you and comfort you. Our heartfelt sympathy and caring thoughts to all of you.

Daniel Ungar

Posted at 01:24pm
Mr. Miller had an incredible impact on me, along with hundreds if not thousands of other students. I was in his classes from '95-'98. I fondly remember Mr. Miller's lessons. He lived a long, successful, and inspiring life, and the whole world was better off for it. My heartfelt condolences to the family.

Donniell Fishkind

Posted at 01:15pm
Mr. Miller a"h taught me 10th,11th, and 12th grade mathematics at NIRC. Today I am on the faculty of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at Johns Hopkins University. I deeply appreciate his first rate instruction and guidance. He had a huge impact on my life trajectory, and I wish condolences to his family and the many others who benefited from his life's work. I am hoping that I am paying his kindness forward.

Ann & Richard Hantgan

Posted at 12:31pm
You father sounds like a remarkable and kind man who touched many lives.
May God comfort you among the other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Barry Kohn

Posted at 12:23pm
I learned at the Yeshiva between 1968-1972
Had Mr Miller as my teacher I remember that he didn’t let me get away with any shenanigans made me learn my math. Will never be forgotten

Yaakov Meth

Posted at 11:55am
I am so saddened to hear this news. My condolences to the Mr. Miller's entire family.
I had Mr. Miller for Math in Ner Yisroel for 11th and 12th grade in the early 1980's. I really appreciated him as a teacher. He conveyed the material in a way that we could understand it and grasp the concepts that he was presenting to us. He helped so many students over the years. Fondly remembering him. Yehi Zichro Baruch - may his memory be a blessing.

Ner Israel Rabbinical college

Posted at 11:43am
The administration, faculty, and alumni of Ner Israel's Israel Henry Beren High School join all those who mourn the passing of Paul Miller, of blessed memory. For half a century, he taught mathematics at our institution and forged warm relationships with his students. His example of devotion and commitment, even as he reached a ripe old age was ,in itself, instructive to our students. His memory will long remain on our campus and in the hearts of our students . Yehi zichro boruch, may his memory be a blessing.

Debs Weinberg

Posted at 11:31am
Thinking of you at this difficult time. May you find comfort in wonderful memories of dad, and in knowing you are in the thoughts of many friends.

Alex Simone

Posted at 11:09am
To the Millers and Fishbeins, I'd normally say I'm sorry for your loss, but I'm comforted--as I hope you are--in the knowledge that Paul is reunited with his Frida. I love you guys and I'm here if you need anything at all.

Maier Kutoff

Posted at 11:07am
I graduted high school in 1980. Ireally learned a lot from him and although I forgot the most of the math, some of the life lessons I quote often. I had him for 3 years in Mechina and also in Towson University. It is a tremendous credit to him that he was so dedicated to the boys at Ner Israel. May his efforts on behalf of his students serve as an eternal merit for him

Yitzchok (Bruce) Markowitz

Posted at 10:49am
I had 3 years of math in Ner Israel with Mr. Miller. I fondly remember how his clear explanations of the material, leavened with his frequent anecdotes, made the toughest concepts enjoyable.

His excitement as he enthusiastically described: Newton's method, Rabbi Levi's crater, congruency, out of control piano crashes, integrals and army stories, was always infectious.

I recall him as a warm and caring man who really loved his students and his subject.

Please accept my condolences.

Menachem Tendler

Posted at 10:38am
As a student of Net Yisroel in the 1990’s, I learned math from Mr. Miller for 3 years. Until today, my friends and I look back at Mr. Miller’s class with fondest memories.

lee c hanover

Posted at 10:35am
Dear Miller family
I am very sorry to hear about Mr Miller's Passing
He taught me algebra ,geometry & calculus in the Mechina from 1970-1973
I enjoyed math & he was a great teacher

Lee Hanover


Yaakov Novograd

Posted at 10:26am

Such a great loss to the community!
I'm still fondly sharing some of my good experiences with Mr. Miller, during the late 1970's math classes, at Ner Israel.

Neil Strauss

Posted at 10:22am
I was very sorry to hear of Mr. Miller's passing. I had him as a math teacher in Johns Hopkins' Evening college where I was a math major attending Ner Israel by day. He was a quality teacher, man and Jew. It's pretty amazing and fitting that his house on Bancroft Rd. is now a Yeshiva which just had its building dedicated this week-megalgalim zechus al yedei zakai.

Naphtali (Neil) Strauss

Gail Cohn Swartz

Posted at 10:21am
My Aunt Frieda and Uncle Paul together realized many accomplishments during their lifetimes- but none more amazing than the remarkable "Miller Family" they created.

Gavi Gordon

Posted at 10:20am
What a sweet and energetic man who had such a passion and penchant for teaching that I believe it's what granted him such longevity. I knew I would always look forward to Mr. Miller's class.

Ari and Devorah Klein

Posted at 10:11am
My husband and I both have fond memories of Mr. Miller's math classes, at Ner Yisroel and Bais Yaakov respectively. He was a great teacher - his refrain of "Wrap it up and give it a two" still echoes in my mind - and we have shared our memories of him with our children. May the family find comfort among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Betsy and Lou Narrow

Posted at 10:11am
To the entire Miller family, our deepest condolences on the passing of your father, grandfather and great-grandfather. From reading all the beautiful tributes, he sounds like a most amazing teacher and human being. May those wonderful memories remain with you always.

D. Hadar

Posted at 10:08am
Fantastic teacher I had at Ner Israel ... what an amazing life... BDE

Yosef Chaim Aryeh

Posted at 10:07am
Mr.Miller was a great man.
A legend.He served His Country proudly during WW2 and would often regale us with his memoirs.He was a great teached A math Icon as well as a very Warm and caring human being.
Mr Miller is a man who will not be forgotten for a long long time.He has left an imprint on this world and made it a better place.He will be sorely missed.May he rest in peace.
NIRC Class 2005

Shloime Grunhut

Posted at 10:01am
Mr Miller was a fantastic teacher who I was privileged to have for 2 years in Ner Israel, 25 years ago. I taught us all patiently and with a mastery of the material that made it come alive. He will be missed.

Aaron Kornbluth

Posted at 09:58am
I had the privilege of being Mr. Miller's classes from '79-'83. He was an amazing teacher, and a gentle Neshama. His approach to analysis was contagious - and the stories from his youth were always appreciated. May you find nechama in this difficult time in knowing that he positively impacted every student he met and that we may forget teachers over the years, but we will always remember Mr. Miller.

Sam and Ethel Seidman

Posted at 09:57am
To the entire "Paul Miller" family:
Ethel and I are very sorry to hear of your loss. Mr. Miller was a wonderful, kind, smart, amazing, awesome, funny, inspirational, and just one down to earth humble man. So many stories, so many memories could be told to justify each of these descriptions of Mr. Miller. Growing up with all of you when you lived on Gist Avenue, I have so many memories of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Later in life, Ethel and I both stayed close to all of you and were honored to be at all of your Simchas. Ethel and I were lucky to have Mr. Miller for calculous. Being connected to Ner Israel, I saw first hand how Mr. Miller taught his students with love. Mr Miller loved teaching, in and out of the classroom. The word inspirational above, is perhaps the "Key" to Mr. Miller. Look at his family. They are inspirational. Look at his friends. They are inspirational. Look at his students. They are inspirational. So very, very, many were inspired to become a better person, either in a subject matter Mr. Miller taught, or just through seeing Mr. Miller's wonderful attitude towards life. Mr. Miller set goals, attained accomplishments, and most importantly, Mr. Miller enjoyed his accomplishments once attained. The "Family" which Mr. Miller, and Mrs. Miller raised exemplifies all of the "inspirational" traits that made Mr. Miller who he was. Again, Ethel and I are very sorry to hear of your loss.

EAD (Gweed)

Posted at 09:24am
To Mr Miller's family, our most sincere condolences.
I was honored and fortunate enough to have Mr. Miller teach our class (Ner Israel class of 1987).
He not only taught us Math, but taught us what it was to be a good Jew and the importance of serving the country you live in.
May his soul (Neshoma) be source of inspiration to all of us and the time he spent in this world be a testament to all of us who's life he touched by his teachings.
He will be surely missed.
NIRC class of 1987.

Sheryl and Stuart Title

Posted at 09:23am
So very sorry for your loss. May your dear, sweet, loving memories be a source of comfort.

Jeffrey Kotz

Posted at 09:20am
Jeffrey, Glenn and Family - I am sorry to hear about the loss of your father. He had a long life and an amazing family. You cannot ask for more than a life well lived.

Mitch Wander

Posted at 09:18am
As students, we were blessed to learn from such a patient and enthusiastic teacher. Mr. Miller gave us knowledge and approaches that many of us have used and will continue to use for years to come.

Mindy Cavalier Per

Posted at 09:06am
Dear Miller family, my deepest sympathy on the loss of your father. I had the pleasure of meeting him when I helped him sell his condo in Stevenson Village. He was so kind and caring. He wanted to know all about me and my family and genuinely cared. One day it was chilly out and I came over without a sweater; he gave me an original Izod (Lacoste) and told me to stay warm, then to give it to my son. He jokingly said it was an antique! My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very sad time.

Rev michael moss hyatt

Posted at 08:49am
I corrected the name😯


Posted at 08:48am
Dear Lisa, Mike & the Miller Family,
I was soo very sorry to read of your father’s passing. I remember Mike speaking so fondly of him when David & I were there for his dr. appts. What an incredible man & what a Wonderful life & legacy. My thoughts & prayers are with you all.

Rev Michael miss hyatt

Posted at 08:47am
Steven, so very sorry to hear about your father, I didn’t know him, but knew you threw elementary school, May you father now Rest In Peace with the Lord above,amen✡️🐶🦮🐱🐯🏳️‍🌈🌈🤗

Steph & Jon Ferber

Posted at 08:29am
Dear Jeff, Glenn & Family,
We are so sorry to learn of your dad’s passing. What a wonderful man. I remember coming to your home for your dad to tutor me in math so many years ago. I loved going and chatting with your mom, who was so kind as well. He was so bright, patient, and kind. Wishing you peace and healing with all your many memories.

lee Cohen

Posted at 08:18am
Jeff and family, Very sorry to hear of the passing of your father. From all I read he sounded like an amazing person.

Gayle (Streimer) and Steve Becker

Posted at 08:17am
To the whole Miller and Fishbein families- sending heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your father, father in-law, grandfather and great grandfather. May his memory be a blessing.

Berly and Avi Hershkovitz

Posted at 08:03am
Dear Jeffrey, Wendy and the Miller family
We are truly so sorry for your loss.

cassia parson

Posted at 08:00am
Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family over the loss of your father and grandfather. May his memory be a blessing to you all. Mitchell, Casey, Jory, & Slade Parson

Henry Kahn

Posted at 07:54am
Glenn -- most sincere condolences. I'm sure you and your family can take great comfort from hearing the stories of how many people (and how many generations) feel the lifelong impact of your father's teaching. That's a wonderful legacy.

Janet and Rich Livingston

Posted at 07:21am
Wendy and Family
We are so very sorry for your loss. May his memory be for a blessing .

Cari Kramer

Posted at 07:18am
To the entire Miller Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. You were so lucky to have your father for so long and may your wonderful memories help you through this time.
Cari & Jon Kramer

Mark Lapidus

Posted at 05:12am
My heartfelt condolences to the Miller Family.

Lauren A H Cohen

Posted at 04:37am
Dear Jeffrey and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. How blessed you were to have your dad in your lives for so many years. May his memory be for a blessing.

Sheila Mentz

Posted at 10:51pm
Dear Wendy,
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved father. My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. My thoughts are with you in your time of sorrow.

Steve Brown

Posted at 09:53pm
Dear Miller family I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad, grandfather & great grandfather. Paul and my dad Henry Brown were childhood friends and remained friends until my father’s passing in 2008. Your dad was always good natured, friendly with a sweet smile. One of the last of the generation of gentle giants.

Andy Weinberg

Posted at 09:46pm
Mr. Miller tutored me in high school math in the late 1980’s. He was truly a brilliant man. He was a master of teaching mathematical concepts to me, and my math grades were generally pretty good thanks to him!!! My deepest condolences to the family. He was a special individual and I know he will be missed by many. Thinking of the family during this difficult time. 😢

Lynn & David Polashuk

Posted at 09:17pm
Jeffrey, Wendy & Family,
Thinking of you during this difficult time. You are lucky to have such wonderful memories of your father. He lived a long & wonderful life. Such an amazing family he had. I will keep you in my prayers.

Suzette and David Desser

Posted at 08:33pm
To the entire Miller family we are very sorry for your loss. Your dad raised an amazing family and was so lucky to be surrounded by such love. May you all find comfort in the beautiful memories he created with each of you.

Rabbi David E. Herman Shaarei Tfiloh Congregation

Posted at 08:22pm
Mr. Miller was my Algebra teacher at Ner Israel over 45 years ago. He was brilliant, witty and a real gentleman.
When my sons attended Ner Israel years later they were privileged to have had him as their instructor as well. He used to kibbutz that all he needed to do was teach their grandfather!
When I attended Johns Hopkins University I was pleasantly surprised to see Mr. Miller teaching there as well. Mr. Miller was a proud Jew who took much pride in the accomplishments of his family. He certainly deserved to be in the Guiness Book of Records! When this was mentioned to him he smiled and said, "I'm already in a book of records, I'm listed in the phone book". May the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. It was a privilege to have known him! May he rest in peace.

Beth Tfiloh Congregation

Posted at 08:13pm
Beth Tfiloh Congregation deeply regrets the passing of our member, Paul Miller, father of our members, Dr. Jeffrey Miller, Wendy Fishbein and Dr. Glenn Miller, and extends sincere condolences to the entire family.

R. Steven Silvetstein , Pinkney Road

Posted at 08:04pm
I knew Mr. Miller first hand. He was my math tutor during my high school years. Mr. Miller was “a man’s man.” A real treasure. He made a difference in the lives of the students he taught. He made a difference in my life. Rest In Peace Mr. Miller - our memory of you will serve as a blessing. Rest In Peace. You will be missed by all fortunate enough to have met you.

Lauren Plotkin

Posted at 07:47pm
Jeffrey, Wendy, and Family,
I'm so very sorry For your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. May his name always be for a blessing.

Steve and Shellye

Posted at 07:18pm
Dear Jeffrey, Wendy and entire Miller Family, we are so sorry for the loss of your beloved father and grandfather. Hold on to your memories - his legacy will live through all if you going forward .104! He will be missed - our thoughts and prayers are with you . Xo ,

Elaine & Jerry Silverstein

Posted at 07:11pm
Dear Jeffrey, Wendy & all of the Miller Family, We were so saddened to hear of your Father's passing. He was a remarkable man , so admired by so many. You were all so fortunate to have him in your lives for so long. Aunt Elaine & Uncle Jerry

Sharon and George Hoffman

Posted at 06:52pm
Dear Wendy and family. Very sorry to learn about your father. Hoping you can keep all the love memories of him close in your heart.

Barry Malin

Posted at 06:41pm
Mr Miller was my math teacher at Ner Israel from 1968 - 1969, for Geometry, Algebra II, and Trig. He really knew his stuff! He was tough and demanding, but he taught the material extremely well. He was an icon at Ner Israel and was probably the lynchpin of their secular studies department, teaching probably three generations of students. One of Mr Miller's classic lines was "if you enjoy what you are doing, you don't have work a day in your life." I wish to convey my wishes of comfort to the family. May you continue to celebrate his long and fruitful life.

Barry (Ben Zion) Malin

Gary Eidelman

Posted at 06:25pm
To Jeff and the entire Miller family: We are saddened to hear about your loss. We fondly remember seeing Dr. Miller on a regular basis at BT, always with the warmest of smiles and good wishes. He was a true patriarch and left an incredible legacy. We know how much he will be missed. May his memory be a blessing. Gary and Jill Eidelman

Mary Joan Levin

Posted at 05:51pm
Dear Jeff an The Miller Family. You are so blessed to have had your Dad an be able to share your memories with your circle. May he be with the love of his life Freida.

Melinda Michel

Posted at 05:45pm
We are so very sorry to hear of this tremendous loss for your family. We hope you draw comfort from each other and from the community of friends that surround you. May Paul's memory be a blessing.
Keith and Melinda Michel

Harriet and Alan Kanter

Posted at 05:02pm
Dear Lisa and Family,
What a wonderful life of accomplishments achieved by your dad. Truly a man who left the world with a family that should be very proud of him. His memory will always be blessing. His legacy continues throughout all future generations.

Bev & Alan Gersh

Posted at 04:30pm
So sorry to hear of your dads passing. He was an amazing teacher, mentor and gentleman. May his memory be for a blessing!!!

Steve and Wendy Grodnitzky

Posted at 02:56pm
An amazing Man , an amazing life!!
Sending our condolences to the entire Miller Family , whom Steve and I both had the privilege growing up with .

Joan & David Uhlfelder

Posted at 02:18pm
Lisa, Wendy & Jeffrey and sorry to hear about your Dad. As you know Paul and my Mom. Elizabeth were friends in HH2 and we were very fond of your Dad..He was a sweet, kind , intelligent Gentle Man.... our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time.

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