Senate President Emeritus, January 8, 2020 to January 15, 2021. Member, Budget and Taxation Committee, 2020 (capital budget subcommittee, 2020; public safety, transportation & environment subcommittee, 2020); Legislative Policy Committee, 2020.
Member, Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, 1975-1982, 1995-2020; Executive/Legislative Committee to Study the Feasibility of a Biennial Budget, 1985; Governor's Oversight Committee on Liability Insurance, 1986; Chesapeake Bay Trust, 1987; Maryland Housing Policy Commission, 1987; Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning, 1987; Maryland Veterans Home Commission, 1987; State Commission on the Capital City, 1987-92; State House Trust, 1987-2020; Maryland 1992 Commission, 1989-94; Governor's Task Force on Trees and Forests, 1990; Museum Assistance Review Panel, 1990-2020; Task Force on Affiliation Between Historic St. Mary's City Commission and St. Mary's College of Maryland, 1996; Hall of Records Commission, 1996-2020; Task Force to Study Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry, 1997-98. Presidential Elector, Maryland, 2000. Member, Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee, 2001-02; Maryland War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission, 2007-15; Maryland Access to Justice Commission, 2008-14; Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee, 2011; Advisory Board on After-School and Summer Opportunity Programs, 2012-16.
Member, House of Delegates, representing District 3, Prince George's County, January 13, 1971 to January 8, 1975. Member, Judiciary Committee, 1971-75.
Resident of Calvert County. Born in Clinton, Maryland, December 3, 1942. Attended Prince George's County public schools; Surrattsville High School, Clinton, Maryland; University of Maryland, B.S. (business administration), 1964; University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., J.D., 1967. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1967. Attorney. Member, American Bar Association; Maryland State Bar Association (special committee on citizenship & law-related education, 2002-); Prince George's County Bar Association. Member, Calvert, Surratts, Brandywine, Nottingham, Fort Washington, and Upper Marlboro Democratic Clubs. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1992, 2000, 2004, 2012. Chair, Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee. Past officer or director of numerous boys and girls clubs; civic, fraternal, business, social and historical organizations. Board of Directors, Accokeek Foundation. Recipient of awards from Washington-area Boy Scouts, Prince George's County Volunteer Fire Departments, Maryland Med-Chi, Maryland and Prince George's County Police Departments, Sierra Club, and veterans groups. Outstanding Citizen, Prince George's County Board of Trade. Outstanding Legislator, Maryland Municipal League. Public Service Award, AFL-CIO, Local 400. Outstanding Knight of Columbus. William P. Coliton Community Service Award, The Johns Hopkins University, 1986. Distinguished Alumnus of the Year, University of Maryland, 1988. Legislator Recognition Award, Maryland Association of Counties, 1993, 2004. William M. Bulger Excellence in State Legislative Leadership Award, State Legislative Leaders Foundation, 1997. Tyser Medallion, University of Maryland Alumni Association, 1999. Louis Goldstein Award for Public Service, Maryland AHEAD, 1999. Achievement Award, Surrattsville High School Foundation, 2000. John R. Hargreaves Distinguished Legislative Fellow Award, Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement, Salisbury University, 2002. Alumni Hall of Fame, University of Maryland, 2005. Citation, Maryland Healthy Air Act Coalition, 2006. Marylander of the Year, Maryland Historical Society, 2007. National Conservation Leadership Award, Accokeek Foundation, 2009. Outstanding Service Award, University of Maryland College Park Foundation, 2010. Distinguished Service Award, Maryland Council for Social Studies, 2011. Distinguished Legislator Award, Maryland Municipal League, 2014. Civic Leadership Award, Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, 2015. Award, National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of Maryland, 2017. Icon Honors, Daily Record, 2019. Married; five children; fifteen grandchildren. Died in Chesapeake Beach, Maryland, January 15, 2021.
In June 2020, the Main Administration Building of the University of Maryland System was named in honor of Senate President Miller.
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