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In Memory

Edward Miller

Edward Miller

We have recently been informed that Ed Miller passed away on March 18, 2018, and that he is buried in Floral Hills, Lynnwood, Washington. No other details are known. RIP Ed.

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08/29/20 08:47 AM #1    

Ann Morehouse (Dobbie)

Am so sad to hear, even late, that my old friend, Ed, is gone. We used to laugh our heads off, had many fun and funny times together. One time he took me for Chinese food in Seattle, we ended up driving down a one-way street the wrong way. He said. " did you know that guy back there who was honking at us?" At the restaurant, still alive, he made me try a big mouthful of the mustard, which I stupidly did. My mouth exploded and I spent 20 min in ladies room with burning mouth, tears running down my face, coughing, etc. He's probably still laughing today! I miss his crazy humor..

08/29/20 01:16 PM #2    

Mary Bruce (Haunreiter)

Ed was one of my dearest and closest friends when we were in high school and for years afterwards. We worked for his dad, setting up events and working in the store on Sundays. We had many adventures and he used to come down to Camas, and visit Steve and I. He gave us strange toys etc. when our children were born. Life happened and we lost contact. The last time I saw him was around 1995 when my dad died. I got some emails from him later but we lost touch again. He lived in down town Edmonds with his partner, Mark, and was very happy. I've been in touch with his nephew who now manages Miller's and who looks quite a bit like Eddy. Thanks for all the fun memories, Ed!

08/29/20 04:14 PM #3    

Tonya Stiffler

Rest in peace old friend.

08/31/20 11:21 AM #4    

Carl (Chuck) Munson

I'll reiterate what everyone else has said, Ed was a lot of fun. 

When we were sophomores, he asked me if I wanted to go see the Limelighters. I honestly didn't know who they were (they would hit prominence a couple of years later) and we went to the Moore Theater in downtown Seattle. The Limelighters - Glenn Yarborough, Alex Hassilev and Lou Gottlieb - were ribald, hysterical and all-around talented. Great fun. Obviously, the memory is vivid these few years later and I appreciate that Ed asked me to go. I also remember Ed getting up on a table our junior year - I think it was journalism class - and doing a quick flamenco using two pairs of scissors as castinets. More hysteria. That was Ed. As seniors, Ed and I and another artistic type (I can clearly see his face but can't remember his name at the moment) did the tiger that hung in the gym until the "Edmonds-Woodway" thing hit. A few years ago the vice principal of Edmonds-Woodway, a friend, gave me a tour of the remodeled high school. Different place. And no tiger. Kjolso's records had been replaced with slower times. And in a sense better times had also been replaced.

People have not attended the reunions because some just dropped off the face of the earth or, unfortunately, had passed away, or had other reasons for being no-shows. There were a number of those people I would like to have seen again. Ed was certainly one.


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