Tuesday, July 16, 2013
How it is defined individually is in itself a truer definition of the word. As I look at my own family, of three sisters and one brother, I can attest to the fact, your family is more than just those that share your DNA or heritage. While my entire family has had the pleasure of meeting or at least knowing of the person we are talking about today, I am proud to call this person a friend, father figure, mentor, and otherwise a great influence in my life.
His dedication to nuclear family, all of his beautiful children, his lovely wife and more; are a true testament to the word Family. Putting his children through some of the finest schools in SC is just sign of devotion as a father and captain of industry. As a father and husband, the combined efforts of he and his wife have brought into this often hectic world a set of four awesome children who often have manned the helm, with apparent ease and fortitude! His dedication to his client base, which as I see it, is just an extension of his own family, to which his children, wife and he himself interacts with while in public, in the office, or even after hours; is just another way that he affects the lives in the Summerville community on a daily basis.
The overall commitment to personal integrity; fatherhood; business manager; friend and advisor, giving the great ear and actual reflections of conversation and advise as in the best interest of heart, home, and God; accepting knowledge, the ever student not boasting or bragging knowledge; and being stable, a rock, and never wavering, not flaunting or show-boating his success. This man is the one I strive to become as life throws its many curves into my life. My personal testament and thanks to you Mr. Richard L Miler, your friendship means so much to me from the first day in my first property over twenty years ago, all the way to today. My best wishes to you and your family as they grow and expand. God bless you all.
Bacons Bridge Road
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