Funeral held for Pa. firefighter killed motorcycle crash
Capt. Robbie Miller served on three area volunteer fire departments
By Ginger Rae Dunbar
The Daily Local News
WEST CHESTER, Pa. — The leadership, warmth and smile of volunteer firefighter Robert “Robbie” Miller was remembered Saturday at his funeral service after his untimely death from a vehicular crash. Miller, 27, served as a captain and training officer with the West Bradford Fire Company, and was a member of the Good Will and East Brandywine fire companies as well.
“Robbie was so encouraging. He was an amazing person and there’s no way to describe that,” said Chief Jack Law of West Bradford Fire Department at a service in the garage bays of the Good Will company. “I’m sure he’s touched all of you the way he has touched me and my family.”
Miller died early morning on May 2 at the Paoli Memorial Hospital after a motor accident occurred the night before at about 8:25 p.m. His motorcycle collided with a car on Strasburg Road just east of Lucky Hill Road.
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