Notices sorted by graduation date.
Lloyd F. Miller (Engr ’44 L/M) of Charlottesville died Aug. 1, 2018. At UVA, he was a member of the Trigon Society, Alpha Chi Sigma and Tau Beta Pi. After graduating from the U.S. Naval Reserve Midshipmen’s School, he commissioned as an ensign and received training at radar schools at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A graduate of submarine school, he served in World War II on the USS Blueback in the Pacific Fleet. He continued to serve in the Naval Reserve until 1982, when he retired as commander after 40 years of service. Mr. Miller worked for Eastman Kodak from 1946 until 1983 as a development engineer. After retiring as director of corporate systems development and service, he returned to Charlottesville in 1983. He was active in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and involved with the establishment of the Schoolhouse Thrift Shop, where he served as treasurer in its early years. He enjoyed UVA athletics, golf, and his annual winter trips to Florida and summer vacations to North Carolina and Virginia beaches. Survivors include two children; four grandchildren, including Cassandra Dovel (Col ’04) and Elizabeth Dovel (Col ’07); and three great-grandchildren.