Nine decades for local man

Tom Miller, a lifetime resident of North Thompson Valley, celebrates his 90th birthday at the Little Fort Hall

Tom Miller celebrates his 90th birthday at the Little Fort Hall on Oct. 10.

Tom Miller, a lifetime resident of North Thompson Valley, celebrated his 90th birthday at the Little Fort Hall on Saturday, Oct. 10, with family and longtime friends.

Tom’s family includes sister Jessie Price, nephews Ed and Jim Bryant, niece Sharon Price, three great nieces, two great nephews, nine great great nieces and nephews and one great great great niece born Oct. 1, 2015.

A big thank you to Laura from Clearwater Home Support for bringing Tom to the hall, exactly on time, and the friends that attended.A potluck supper was enjoyed by all.

 

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