BOB MILLER Hawaii Public Radio pioneer

Star Advertiser: Dec. 31, 2015...and co-worker...
 Robert Lee Ruley Miller, 87, of Kaneohe, a retired broadcaster and program director for Hawaii Public Radio and it's station KHPR at 88.1 FM has died. 

He died in Honolulu in December 2015. Miller was an Army veteran and was one of Hawaii's first Television newscasters. He joined the original staff of Hawaii Public Radio's KHPR when it went on the air in the fall of 1981. Bob presented several classical music programs for the station and is primarily remembered as the local host of KHPR's Morning Edition. He was born in Honolulu and is survived by numerous nephews and nieces and fondly remembered by those who worked with him and listeners who enjoyed his broadcasts.
Bob Miller, left, with KHPR's first station manager Cliff Eblin.
Studio photo, with effective egg carton sound proofing, in original production room of the station which was located in the wrestling building in the quarry area of The University of Hawaii. (The station was not affiliated with the university and was licensed as a community public radio station)...newspaper photo from early 1982.

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