Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Wednesday, March 19, 1930
E. A. G. Miller Passes On
Lewiston Business Man and Religious Leader Ill Two Years.
E. A. G. Miller, for 16 years a resident of Lewiston, having at one time been engaged in the confectionery business of Main street near Ninth, died at the family home, 315 Adams street, yesterday morning at 9 o'clock of a heart attack. He had been ill for the last two years following a stroke.
A native of Germany, having been born February 15, 1861, he came with his parents to the United States when he was seven years old, the family settling in Kansas. In 1888 Mr. Miller took up his residence in California and at the time of the San Francisco earthquake was engaged in religious work in that city. During his life in Lewiston he was interested in the work of the Pentacostal church and of the Salvation Army.
He leaves a widow, one son, Paul D. Miller, Lewiston, and a daughter, Mrs. Esther Williams, Missoula, Montana; also two sisters, Mrs. Eda Thiele, Hanover, Kansas, and Mrs. Anna Furker, Washington, Kansas.
The body is resting at the Vassar chapel. Arrangements for the funeral have not been definitely made but services will probably be conducted Thursday afternoon. The Rev. E. A. Woofe will have charge.