Cara Miller Obituary, Death Cause – Cara Miller, who was 53 years old and a resident of Spring Valley, Utah, passed suddenly at her home on January 14. She was the daughter of Harl and Maxine Nichols Todd and was born on July 4, 1961 in the city of Coshocton in the state of Ohio. She is survived by her husband, Max S.
Miller, whom she married on December 25, 1999, her mother, Maxine (Nichols) Todd, of Dublin, Ohio, a step-daughter, Bethany Miller, of Florida, a sister, Belva (Alan) Lauvray, Coshocton, a brother, Phil Todd (special friend, Connie), St. Louis, Missouri, a very dear uncle, Roy Nichols, numerous nieces and nephews, and her dear Her father, Harl Todd, who was the source of her motivation to participate in Hospice of Dayton’s Memory Walk on a yearly basis, passed away before she did.
She was deeply affected by the loss of her father. She and her team, who went by the name “Harl’s Harem,” won a number of prizes for the amount of money they raised. Cara also took part in a number of 5K walks with the purpose of raising awareness for breast cancer and other charitable organizations.
At Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, Cara worked as the Development System Manager (DSM) for the F-15 Division of the Fighters and Bombers Directorate at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) of the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC). In her role as DSM, she was in charge of all the actions related to the development and purchase of the F-15 weapon systems.
In 1984, she started working for the government. Her first job was as a Clerk Typist for the Military Electronics Supply Center in Kettering, Ohio, which was her first assignment. She arrived to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio in 1988, and since then she has held a variety of positions within the acquisition and logistics professional fields at both the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command (HQ AFMC).