David Miller left his mark on Antigo­nish

Truro Daily News - - LOOKING BACK - BY COREY LEBLANC THE CASKET

This was one of those sto­ries you don't want to write, be­cause it means the loss of some­one who means so much to so many.

Nev­er­the­less, I was priv­i­leged to be able to help hon­our David Miller – one of those spe­cial peo­ple who are the back­bone of our com­mu­ni­ties. As a busi­ness owner, vol­un­teer and, most im­por­tantly, a friend, he touched and changed lives. For me, and so many oth­ers, there is com­fort in know­ing his le­gacy will live on through his myr­iad acts of kind­ness and the in­deli­ble mark his tire­less ef­forts have left on Antigo­nish and its peo­ple.

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David Miller and his wife, Aida Arnold, were fa­mil­iar faces at many com­mu­nity events. Miller, one of the founders of the Antigo­nish Art Fair, died Nov. 1. He was 77.

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