George “Kila” Miller well-renowned football coach passed away

George “Kila” Miller Death – Cause of Death – George “Kila” Miller a legendary football coach and former Fleming principal, has passed away. According to reports, George “Kila” Miller is a member of the Hall of Fame at Elizabeth City State. He graduated from the William Fleming High School and Elizabeth City State University, where he played football and wrestled. Miller was passionate about athletics and was dedicated to helping everyone around him succeed.

When Miller was a standout athlete at William Fleming High School, he was an All-State letterman in track, football and wrestling. Miller went further to receive his degree in Health and Physical Education after graduation. He also worked in Roanoke City School for 35 years as a football, wrestling and track coach during his tenure.

According to News10, Miller was awarded district Coach of the Year honors three times in football and was a nine-time district Coach of the Year and Virginia State Coach of the Year for Fleming wrestling. He changed the lives of million of young people and stood as a father figure to many people. He will be greatly missed. We extend our condolences to his family at this sad time.

Eric Johnson said; “Was saddened to wake and hear the sad news of the passing of a staple in the Roanoke area. Coach Miller simply known as tough, but loving.”

Photo Credit – Eric Johnson

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