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Offline Hurricane ( of Virginia)

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In Memorium : Bruce Miller
« on: February 19, 2018, 10:54:04 PM »
In  Memorium : Bruce Miller
A prominent and longtime contributing member of the American Longrifle.com community of students of the Kentucky Rifle has passed away..  Bruce was fondly known to all as “Nord.”  In his honor and  as a thank you for his contribution of thousands of hours of time over more than 10 years and the addition of his knowledge to the ALR Virtual Llibrary and Museum, we are changing the name of the ALR library to the Bruce “Nord” Miller ALR Memorial Virtual Library of Kentucky rifles”

Bruce would, I’m sure, ask for nothing in return.  I am, however, asking all those who have used and enjoyed the “Library” to consider keeping the spirit and enthusiasm in which he approached this project alive by:
1.   Continuing to contribute photographs of Kentucky rifles to be added and to enhance the “Bruce Miller ALR virtual Library.”  (Send pictures to fgarner@verizon.net)
And/Or
2.   Make a financial contribution to AmericanLongrifles.com to assist in offsetting the cost of perpetuating the Bruce Miller ALR Library. (contact Dennis Glazener .. tdg23113@verizon.net).

Condolences are welcome. I will see that they get to his family.

May he rest in peace!

Thank you
Hurricane
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Re: In Memorium : Bruce Miller
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2018, 02:12:02 AM »
I have only today joined the forum but I know that individuals that are expert in their field get that way by dedication and spread the knowledge to others.  I'm sure a man like that will be missed.

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Re: In Memorium : Bruce Miller
« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2018, 07:17:44 PM »
The Virtual Library is one of my favourite forums here, and "Nord's" contribution is remarkable.  His passing will definitely be a great loss now and in the future.
D. Taylor Sapergia
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