Douglas “Otto” Miller, 66, of Palm Beach, FL, passed away on 02/26/2019 in the loving arms of his children. He was born a shining star to parents Sharon and Charles Miller, on 11/11/1952 in Parkersburg, WV.
He graduated from Parkersburg Catholic High in 1970 and then went on to study Business and play football at Greenbrier Military Academy, and West Liberty State University.
Otto worked as an Automotive Dealer/ Owner for 45 years, earning him his title “Otto of the Palm Beaches.” After which he continued his journey as a car connoisseur buying and selling antique cars, hot rods, along with many other luxury vehicles. Otto was known to many as being a character, one of a kind, and world’s best-dressed man. Because he had a zest for life, he was everyone’s best friend! His love for people and the world was uncanny. There’s not a city in the U.S. where he didn’t know someone. He was also known for being the ultimate prankster. There was always someone laughing and never a dull moment when ‘Otto’ was around.
He was a football enthusiast, had a huge passion for antique cars, reading, telling stories, listening to music, and unconditionally loved his children and grandchildren. Otto was honored with many awards for selling the most automobiles, including selling the most Rolls Royce’s in the world, one year in the ‘70s. Otto also won many awards that he couldn’t share details about in public, just ask his friends.
Otto is survived by Daughter, Stephanie Miller; Son, Douglas Miller; his three most prized possessions, his grandsons, Solomon, Croix, and Kingston; Fiancé, Lili; Brother, Rock Miller; and Brothers from another mother, Zack Justice & Bill Poole; as well as hundreds of cherished close family and friends. Otto is preceded in death by his parents and Brother, Joseph Miller. The family has chosen to have A Celebration of Life which is scheduled for June 8, 2019, on National Best Friends Day at 1 pm in Palm Beach, FL. Please contact Stephanie Miller for further details Ottoscelebra[email protected] yahoo.com
In lieu of flowers, donations are greatly appreciated for final expenses. Please contact Stephanie Miller for Donation information.
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