Trooper Joshua Miller

Thank You


I wanted to personally say thank you for your thoughts for my husband Josh and your prayers for my family during this tragic time. He is my best friend, my soul mate, was and always will be the love of my life. He was a wonderful daddy and found complete joy in being together as a family. He took great pride in being the best husband, friend, father and hunter he could possibly be. The lost of this great man, our great man,and my great man has been felt by all.


Thank you and God bless you all for keeping us in your prayers. Below is also the thank you letter our family sent out today.


The Family of Joshua Miller cannot express enough gratitude for the out pouring of love and overwhelming response to the tragic death of our loved one.


Words cannot begin to convey our appreciation for your support, cards, letters, food, donations and, most importantly, for the love and comforting arms of everyone here at home and from across the United States. You cannot imagine how much this has helped to ease our grief.


Our heart felt thank you is being sent to everyone who assisted our family; even the smallest gestures of kindness did not go unnoticed.


A special thank you is extended to the following:


The entire Pennsylvania State Police Family and their wives who came and stayed with us at our home and to each of you, from every barracks across the state, who came and held our hands, we are forever grateful and we know how much you are also hurting.


To the Departmental Command Staff and the Command Staff of Troop N and Troop P for their personal comfort and support to our family; you are a true example of our fine organization. We also appreciate your commitment to ensure the well being of not only the Members of Troop N Swiftwater but all members affected.


To all of our extended law enforcement family who traveled across the United States to honor their brother, presented honorary flags and offered our family their condolences; your loyalty will remain with us always.


To Tom and Eric Kukuchka, you were so wonderful to us and to Brad Shatinsky, thank you for holding us up. To all of our PSP Family at the Swiftwater, Wyoming and Tunkhannock barracks, our hearts are forever with you.


To all the counselors and teachers who reached out to the girls and our family; your guidance was so very helpful. To the Lake Winola Lioness for the comforting blankets you provided; they are so very beautiful. To the American Red Cross for helping bring Josh's brother, Daniel, home and for the food you provided during the viewing services; your compassion and comfort was unsurpassed. To the entire Staff at the Pittston Area High School for opening your doors and providing exceptional service to our family; your generosity was a tribute t0 Josh's honor. To the Triton Hose Company in Tunkhannock, for the wonderful meal; your gracious hospitality was appreciated.


To the members of the communities between Pittston and Lacey St. Cemetery holding American Flags and signs of support; this was so precious to our family and will never be forgotten.


And lastly, a special thank you to the Troopers and their wives who came to our house on Saturday to help the girls honor their father's birthday by releasing balloons and for your continued support on Sunday during Breana's birthday.


Josh would be so proud of how his family is being so protected and loved.

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