USS Miller FF-1091
They Will Be Missed
Although sad and we loved them and miss them greatly, they now stand watch and sail with God!
Hello mr Houck, im fairly sure that you would have known my father Jon Forslund, he served aboard the uss miller FF1091 , i had no idea there were so many resources online these days to find people, I regret to inform you that my father passed away on september 28th, he is being interred at Ft. Snelling in Minnesota on the 25th of this month at 10am , i don't really know what to say about this, but i was hoping you might have some memories of dad during his time in the navy. If you would like to contact me, my email is See Huck (system admin) also if you have the ability to pass this information on to people who knew my dad that would be much appreciated
I am Ben Fuoco's uncle with the same name, please forgive my delay in responding to you phone call. But I regret to inform you that Ben passed away in beginning of March '05, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor, they had operated in hopes of removing it completely but failed..He is deeply missed and it was nice to hear from someone who remembered him again from his past navy days...Sincerely Ben Fuoco
Tom Napier died in an auto accident back in the early 80's
Fred Kennedy ET2
I served on the Miller from January 1974, till August 1978 as an Electronics Warfare Technician, in the OI Division / Operations Department. I think you may remember a shipmate, ET2 Fred Kennedy, from OE division. After I left the Navy I worked for several years with Fred here in Connecticut. Unfortunately Fred was killed in a automobile accident in December of 1983, six months before the birth of his daughter.
If you know or hear of deceased shipmates please notify me Mike Houck Huck's email
died of a heart attack 2010 tues 7th notified by Nadir Khalid
Just heard the news today about Joe Hamels passing and though the news was rather sad. Just quoting part of a song there from his favorite band. RIP Joe
Joseph Dolard Hamel Jr., 60, of Wallingford, passed Wednesday, November 5, 2014, surrounded by his loving family, at Midstate Medical Center.
He was born in Waterbury, June 15, 1954, a son of the late Joseph D. Hamel Sr., and Patricia Neagle Hamel. He was U.S. Navy Veteran and had been employed by United Illuminating Co. for over 20 years. Joe was an avid reader and music lover. His favorite band was the The Beatles and he was the guitarist in the band The Noizy Boyz.He had a great sense of humor, he loved The Patriots. Most of all he loved his family, especially his grandchildren.