Maine Baseball HOF
Miller, Bob (2005)
Bob Miller was born in Providence, RI, graduated from Hope High School in 1957 and went on to Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, NH. He attended Colby College and graduated from the University of Maine at Farmington where he left behind an outstanding academic and baseball record.
His love for baseball began with Little League. Building on high school, prep school and college, Bob became a standout catcher and often pitched when called upon. He had a long and rewarding career in semi-pro baseball spanning 29 years with Chisholm/Livermore Falls Townies and Turner Towners. He was a professional educator and a teacher, coach, principal and maintenance supervisor in School Administrative District #36 (Livermore/ Livermore Falls) for 39 years. Although he is supposed to be retired he still substitutes nearly every day. Bob was a very respected board umpire, serving on the Andy Valley and Lewiston Boards for 32 years.
He is married to his wife Delores (44 years). ‘They have a daughter Laureen, and a son Robert Jr., 5 grandchildren, and sister Nancy.
Bob was a true leader of young people and a most deserving member of the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame.