Warren Miller III (3-15-16) service 3-17-16

Warren Blair Miller III, of Clifton, was born Dec. 29, 1945, in Nashville, the son of the late Warren Blair Miller II and Mary Elizabeth Helton Miller.
Mr. Miller died Tuesday, March 15, at Savannah Health Care and Rehab Center in Savannah, at the age of 70 years, 2 months, 15 days.
Warren graduated from Columbia Military Academy in 1963, Memphis State University in 1972 receiving a Bachelors degree in business administration, Middle Tennessee State University in 1977 receiving a Master of Education degree. He was a member of Phi Delta Kappa. He taught school at Frank Hughes School in Clifton and Wilder Youth Development Center. Previously Warren served as principal at Chester County High School, Wilder Youth Develepment Center and worked for Middle Tennessee Juvenile Detention Center.
Formerly Warren served as Clifton City Commissioner and Wayne County Commissioner for multiple terms and served multiple terms as mayor of Clifton serving his first term at age 21 being acknowledged as the youngest elected mayor in Tennessee. Warren formerly served on the Tennessee Public Service Council, former colonel aide de camp, governor’s staff, former honorary sergeant at arms of the Tennessee Senate, and National Beta Club Council member. Warren served in many organizations including the Henderson, Tennessee and Clifton Rotary Clubs, greater Clifton Area and Wayne County Chambers of Commerce, Clifton Masonic Lodge 173, Al Menah Shriners, Clifton Order of Eastern Star, Tennessee Retired Teacher’s Association, a Paul Harris Fellow, Columbia Military Academy Alumni Association, and Wayne County Historical Society. He was a member of the Democratic Party serving as chairman for this area and a member of Clifton United Methodist Church.
He is survived by a host of friends.
Services with Masonic rites were Thursday, March 17, at 3 p.m., at Clifton United Methodist Church with Josh Layne officiating. Burial followed in Clifton Cemetery with Shackelford Funeral Directors of Wayne County in charge of arrangements. Masons served as pallbearers.

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