|Miller unwavering in compassion|
|Written by Stephanie Groves|
|Monday, December 31, 2012 1:47 PM|
“God put us on earth to do good things.” Miller spoke with conviction. “I try to be a positive role model and provide a supportive attitude for all the people I come in contact with, whether it’s children, adults, athletes or the older adult population.”
Miller began volunteering in the early 1980s, after being asked by the Delphos Jaycees to pose as Santa for holiday fundraisers. That first stint as Santa was the catalyst that propelled him into the realm of humanitarianism. No matter the venue, when he plays the part of Old St. Nick, it is a truly magical experience. His wish is that everyone could see the world through Santa’s eyes—the imagery of colorful, blinking lights, children in wonderment, parents and grandparents smiling, laughing and sharing the Christmas spirit — and ultimately, be able to experience that “joy” all year round.
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