Charles Morgan "Bud" Miller, 80, of Campbell, Mo., died Sunday, April 2, 2006, at Piggott Community Hospital in Piggott, Ark.
Born July 29, 1925, in Campbell, son of the late Corbin Guy and Wilsidee McKnight Miller, he was a 1943 graduate of Campbell High School, the University of Missouri at Columbia, a school teacher and was employed by the U.S. Postal Service. He served as alderman on the Campbell City Council, former member of the Campbell School Board, the Dunklin County Library Board and the Campbell Ambulance Board. He was a member of the Campbell Area Genealogical Society, the General MM Parsons Camp No. 718, sons of the Confederate Veterans, the Major John Sappington Marmaduke Chapter No.150 of the Military Order of the Stars and Bars, the Campbell United Methodist Church, and the Campbell Alumni Association Board. He had been a Democratic committeeman in Dunklin County, served as treasurer of historic Rocky Hill Cemetery and was on the board of Woodlawn Cemetery.
On Oct. 30, 1947, in Campbell, he married Dorothy Cain, who survives.
Survivors also include four daughters, Margaret Hays and husband, Gerald, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., Marilyn Chamberlain and husband, Jay, and Mary Bess Green and husband, Steve, all of Columbia, Mo., and Susan Boxx, of Hoover, Ala.; one brother, Lloyd Miller, of Campbell; eight grandchildren, Laurie Hays Coleman and Jeremy Hays, both of Poplar Bluff, Will and Morgan "Buddy" Green, Helen and Milton Chamberlain, all of Columbia and Miller and Cain Anne Boxx, both of Hoover and two great-grandchildren, Hays and Miles Elizabeth Coleman, both of Poplar Bluff.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., today, Tuesday, April 4, at the Landess Funeral Home Chapel in Campbell with the Rev. Barron Willer officiating.
Burial was in the Woodlawn Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Jeremy Hays, Will Green, Morgan "Buddy" Green, Miller Boxx, Milton Chamberlain and Nathan Coleman.
Honorary pallbearers were Jean Slankard, Harold Wood, Claude Lee Foster, Larry McCoy, Robert "Bud" Philpot, J.L. Horton, Jim Orr, Raymond Gunter, Jim Hardesty, Floyd Polsgrove and Kenny Sanders.
Memorials may be made to the Campbell United Methodist Church or the Rocky Hill Cemetery Fund.