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This Memorial Page Established by-Lowell T Miller
In Honor Of Capt. Lowell Thomas Miller II
My son had served 11 yrs in the National Guard. He loved his job and took really good care of
the soldiers assigned to him. He left a wife and two daughters age 7 and 11 at the time. He told
his youngest when she asked why did he had to go and he told her that he wanted to help
give the Iraqi children the same freedoms that she had. Tommy wrote me an email in June of
2005. He said people ask him why he served. He said, "dad you once told me you served so
your children won't have to; yet we do. You taught us well." This made me so proud as his
brother a Captain in the Army has served now 11 years and his sister in the Navy Reserve
has served 13 years. Not once did I encourage this, but I supported them in their decisions.
Tommy was a 1993 graduate from Virginia Military Institute (VMI)with a degree in Electrical
Engineering and a minor in Mathematics a program that he lobbied for and is now a part of
their curriculum. He was the first to get this minor. Tommy loved what he did. He wanted to do
something that mattered. Just being an engineer on the Dodge Viper program was not
enough. His oldest daughter is now 16 and getting her drivers license. She and her sister
have given up a lot. All those daddy-daughter things in school. He was so loved and is so
missed.

November 12, 2013
Dennis Ulmer
May God grant you eternal peace. May your family always know that others care and honor
your sacrifice.

September 15, 2013
Lowell Miller
Time has flown by. Tommy's oldest daughter is a sophomore in college and youngest is a
sophomore in high school.

June 14, 2011
CSM (R) Tom Foster
Still think of you from time to time.  Take Care.

July 23, 2010
SFC Rod Brewer
In Honor Of CPT Lowell T. Miller II, OIF, 08/31/05
Arlington
at Christmas

Rest
easy, sleep well my brothers.

Know
the line has held, your job is done.

Rest
easy, sleep well.

Others
have taken up where you fell, the line has held.

Peace,
peace, and farewell...

Captain Miller You Will Never Be Forgotten
Mr Lowell T. Miller.. Thank You for Your Sacrifice.. In God We Trust
Capt. Lowell T. Miller II
United States Army
KIA 31 August 2005, Iraq
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35, of Flint, Mich.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 155th Infantry Regiment, Mississippi Army
National Guard, McComb, Miss.; killed Aug. 31 when his military training team, conducting
operations with the Iraqi Army, came under attack by enemy forces using small arms in
Iskandariyah, Iraq.