MILES, Norman
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MILES, Norman
MILES, Norman
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Norman (Jack) Miles, of Fayetteville GA, died February 2, 2014, at the age of 84. He was employed in the banking industry in Smyrna, GA and retired to Jacksonville FL and Fayetteville GA. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Bobbie Miles; four daughters, Susan (Dean) Bundrick of San Antonio TX, Jackie Thomason of Marietta GA, Leslie (Joe) Tyson of Smyrna GA, and Amy (Scott) Kowalski of Lynchburg VA; eleven grandchildren and six great grand children; one sister, Jo Ann Porter of Powder Springs GA. He was preceded in death by his sister, Mary Frances Arnold. A memorial service will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday February 8, 2014, at Legacy Christian Church (1150 Rockaway Rd. Senoia GA). Pastor Roy Roberson will officiate. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at ALZ.org (tribute to Jack Miles) or 1-800-272-3900.

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Don Dorsey
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February 06, 2014
Bobbie and Family, my sinceer codolences on the loss of your cherished loved one. Jack was both a friend and business associate for many years while he was in banking. As a young architect, he took a chance and hired me to design several banking facilities. He also sponsored me in the Lions Club. One of the most memorable and fun experiences of my life was a fishing trip with Jack.

Jack influenced my life and character greatly. I feel honored to have know him.
Donnie Elliott
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February 06, 2014
Bobbie and family,

Upon hearing of Jack's death I want to express by sympathy to the whole family. I pray God will provide Peace and Comfort in only the way He can in this time of sorry. I know there is a hurt in your heart that only God can heal and fill.

Jack hired me in 1965 at the Bank of Smyrna and again in 1986 at Smyrna Bank & Trust. I always considered him my mentor and one of the most influential men in my life. God bless you.
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