Memorial flight honors beloved Gordon Valley man
A crowd watches planes fly overhead during a memorial service for local aviation enthusiast Duncan Miller at the Nut Tree Airport, in Vacaville, Monday. Miller died on August 11. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic)
VACAVILLE — Writing a eulogy for Duncan Miller, the Rev. Larry Vilardo of Rockville Presbyterian Fellowship said, was one of the easiest tasks he has had.
Miller, a much-loved aviator and Gordon Valley resident, was lauded at his Monday memorial service as a man who always did all he could to help others.
Such as the time he stayed up all night in temperatures that dropped to 25 degrees to ensure one of the slabs for the Gordon Valley fire house was laid properly. It was one of the many things Miller did as a . . . Continue Reading