Paul Miller
ARLINGTON -- Paul Robert Miller, 70, passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 in Arlington. Funeral: 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012 at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church, 1200 S. Davis Dr., Arlington with Father James Gigliotti, T.O.R. officiating. Visitation: The family will receive friends on Friday from 6-9 p.m. with a rosary beginning at 7 p.m. at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial gifts be made in Paul's name to a charity of one's choice. Paul was born on July 1, 1941 in Wyandotte, Michigan to Robert Miller and Elizabeth Shoemaker Miller. A graduate of Michigan State University, he was a member of Beta Theta Pi. Paul moved to Arlington in 1972 with Johnson and Johnson. He also worked for Carrington Laboratories and was the founder and president of MPM Medical Inc. A member of St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus, Paul was a proud Republican. He enjoyed watersports, movies, reading, Las Vegas, his dogs, and spending time with his family. Survivors: Wife, Jennifer Miller; sons, Mark Miller and wife, Susan and Scott Miller and wife, Stephanie; daughter, Stacie Rodriguez and husband, Bobby; grandchildren, Lily and Miller Rodriguez; step-children, Josh Kinney, Jason Kinney and Jill Cespedes; step-grandchildren, Dylan Kinney, Elliott Kinney, Luke Cespedes, Grey Cespedes and Jackson Maxwell; and a multitude of family and friends. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233

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  1. Dear Scott and Miller Family,

    I’m so sorry about the passing of Paul. Knew he was fighting cancer but just assumed Paul would beat it. With 2012 being the 25th anniversary of our SAWC meeting I looked forward to celebrating with Paul and the other fathers of the wound care industry down in Atlanta. The stories of the Carrington Labs days are legendary but will keep his memory alive. Please know that Paul will be in my prayers.

    Best wishes,
    Peter Norris

  2. Dear Miller family,

    Paul was always one of our favorites. He became a customer with my Dad in the 1980’s, then I had the privilege to get to know him over the years as I grew into our family business. I always loved especially his irreverent and fun-loving ways but always respected and trusted the wisdom that came along with it. There’s no doubt God broke the mold after Paul was made! Please know our hearts are heavy with the loss of a good friend.

    May God bless and comfort you.
    Gina Ferrall, Mike Ferrall & GDMI, Inc.

  3. Dear Scott and Miller Family,

    I was so very sorry to learn of the passing of Paul. His humour, incredible knowledge, and sheer presence are indelible and everyone here at Methapharm will miss him greatly! I will always remember his wonderful personality and the ease with which he spoke with so many people at ASTRO.

    Our deepest sympathies,
    Chris Calenti
    & the Methapharm team

  4. Paul started me on my healthcare career when he first hired me as a Sales Representative for BioClinic and subsequently as a Sales Manager for Carrington Laboratories. He was an outstanding mentor, colleague and friend who I traveled with and worked alongside of for a number of years. The great stories and fond memories are too numerous to cite, but they were all punctuated with his smile, laughter, humor, enthusiasm for life, mischief and a caring heart. It was an honor to know and work with Paul. He had a profound impact on my life, career and family. I will always remember him.

    Our sympathy and prayers are with Paul’s family.
    -Paul & Martha Duesterhoft

  5. I had the privilege and honor of calling this wonderful Man “Boss” for almost 30 years. Much of the person I am today and what I have become is with thanks to Paul Miller. What I most remember is the huge smile that was always on his face and the sparkle that was always In his eyes. Paul loved life, his family, friends, work and his dogs. Paul lived life to the very fullest and made an Impact on every person that was lucky enough to cross his path in life. Paul Miller – You will never be forgotten and will be forever loved!

    My Deepest Sympathies and Prayers to the Miller Family
    Rita Rains

  6. Mark, Susan and the Miller Family: Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. May the peace that comes from the memories of love shared comfort you now and in the days ahead. God Bless.

  7. Hi Every ONE maybe a lot of people don´t know me, my name is Antonio vasquez from Venezuela and I live in Costa Rica and be one the LUCKIEST person to know Paul Miller. I begin to work with him 11 years ago and I never think that he stop believe in me. In my worst moments he gave a nice word and coulb here for hours telling you many HISTORIES so my friend now is your time to rest and be with the CREATOR, from your friends REST in peace …you were the best person I knew ever in my life….again rest in peace my friend. Antonio

  8. My family offers the sincerest sympathy to the Miller Family. We hope that strength be with you to go on and immortalize Paul’s dreams and legacy. I am proud to have met and known Paul Miller. Blessings to his family and those that follow in his name sake. Prayers and gratitude in knowing this gentleman.

    Walter Shari Bryson Baylee and Brandon Min

  9. Luck Lady is what I consider myself because Paul saw something in me that would take me on a career path that would change my life. Thank you Paul! From here we carry on your dream to help the sick. Thank you for the privilege of working for and with you. You have worked long and hard enough & now you will Rest in Peace in Gods arms. Until we see each other again, I will keep your family on my prayers. Twiggy Wadley

  10. I miss Paul everyday & will never forget he gave a my chance at a new career, I have never looked back. He made a difference here on earth. I know he is safe forever. I take comfort in that and hope everyone else does too.

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