I’ve been dreading the writing of this letter for over 19 years now. That was when my wife and I and our baby daughter moved here to Hudson. Because of my love for books and history, people here said I needed to meet two men. One was Dick Larsen, and he introduced me to the other, Willis Miller.
We have lost a dear friend and Hudson’s historian. Bill was a friend to many, a world traveler (even the famous train ride while in college), a barbershop singer and, of course, a fixture at the Star-Observer.
The corner office is dark today. Willis H. Miller is gone. Few individuals we know today emulate the strength of character, tenacity, curiosity and wisdom that Willis shared with this community each day when he departed his modest Third Street apartment to mingle with the rest of us.
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