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R.I.P. Cheryl Miller 1946-2003

Cherl's Home Page

 

Some photos of good times with Cheryl

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In our hotel room in Washington DC -- April 2001 Jacki and Cheryl return to Bob Barr's office -- April 2001
April 2001 -- Cheryl resting while Jim makes a call from our hotel room in Washington D.C. April 2001 -- Jacki and Cheryl outside ex- U.S. Rep. Bob Barr's office in the Longworth House Office Building in Washington, D.C.. 
The commando squad returns to ex-US Rep. Bob Barr's office -- April 2001 Jim and Cheryl in New Brunswick NJ -- Oct. 2000
April 2001 -- The whole commando squad outside Barr's office. Barr had Capitol Police detain us for 20 minutes as we exited the Longworth Building a few minutes later. Then, in 2002, Cheryl made a tv commercial, and Barr lost an election. October 2000 -- Cheryl and Jim at a rally at Al Gore's office in New Brunswick, NJ.

More photos of good times with Cheryl

Jim and Cheryl getting ready to go to the Capitol Almost ready!

July 24, 2002 -- Jim carries Cheryl to the car as we prepare to head off to the U.S. Capitol for a press conference supporting HR 2592.

July 24, 2002 -- Gary with Jim and Cheryl just before departing for the Capitol.

Mingling with the tourists Filming the Bob Barr commercial

July 24, 2002 -- Waiting for a ride while D.C. tourists hang out by the Capitol after the press conference.

July 25, 2002 -- Ron Crickenberger films Cheryl's famous award-winning, "Why would you do that to me, Bob Barr" tv commercial that helped oust him from office in the GOP primary in August 2002. 

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Early reaction to this loss:

From: "G F Storck" 
To: "IMMLY Announce" 
Subject: R.I.P. Cheryl Miller 1946-2003
Date: Saturday, June 07, 2003 12:19 PM

Sad news from New Jersey this Saturday morning....

Jim Miller reports that Cheryl passed away about 9:35 AM EDT Saturday morning at Brick Hospital near their home in New Jersey. Jim said she had a peaceful night and was at her side when she passed.

Jim said it was the way it should be, she was feeling no pain and he was able to say goodbye the way he wanted to.

Cheryl always had a smile for everyone and a bad word for none. She's finally free of pain.

There will a memorial service in New Jersey and her ashes will be interred in her native Oklahoma.

Details to follow.

Cheryl Miller: Born Heavener, OK May 21, 1946 - Passed into peace Brick, NJ June 7, 2003

She's finally free of pain, but the Home Team will miss her greatly,

The Folks at IMMLY
www.immly.org

From: Jim Miler
To: <norml>
Subject: Re: Keith and company, bad news about Cheryl
Date: Saturday, June 07, 2003 2:23 PM

Today, at 9:35 AM, Cheryl passed away and will have to suffer no longer. She knew the folks from NORML as friends, and considered being recognized at the NORML 2003 conference as something that will last forever. Me, I consider the Peter McWilliams Memorial plaque as paying respect to Cheryl in a way that she understood and deserved. Thanks for standing by us in our effort to lobby for a Barney Frank bill in April. That was a trip that I will always feel that Cheryl should have been allowed to fulfill. She really enjoyed being in DC. That's where Cheryl knew she was able to be effective for those that need medical marijuana rights. She was quite a hero. 

There will be a memorial service at Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, 2482 Church Road, Toms River, NJ, 08753 starting at 7:00 PM Monday (June 9) until 8:30 PM. I will take Cheryl's ashes to Oklahoma for a service at her final resting place, with her son Ricky who passed away at 16 years of age in 1984. That is the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Norman Oklahoma, tentatively scheduled for Friday (June) 13.

I'll keep Gary Storck up with further details as things evolve or get back to me here if you need to. 

Jim Miller

Updated Tuesday, June 08, 2010

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