He enjoyed activities like fishing, bow hunting and making Native American crafts such as masks and rattles. He spent a few years in other areas, but the mountains were always his home.
Gail was a maintenance man for the Miner’s Inn hotel for many years. He also did some work for local elderly families. He took pride in everything he did, both work and play.
His family recalls having to wipe their shoes before they could get in any of his very well-maintained vehicles, easily the cleanest cars in town.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald Miller and Marjorie Wilson; and brothers, Gary Miller, George Wilson, Wayne (Pepsi) Wilson.
Gail is survived by his son, Jeff Miller; sister, Alfreda Flannigan; three grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
He will be greatly missed.
No services will be held.