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Hometown Pride: Beverly Miller

You may see Beverly Miller out loving life on the new 2018 Road King with which she plans to have many adventures.

However, having been born and raised in Jackson along with her seven siblings, you may know her as a neighbor, friend or acquaintance.

Miller works as a legal secretary at the Limbaugh Law Firm. She is a 1985 graduate of Jackson High School.
Jackson’s Fourth of July and Homecomers are events she really enjoys. They both offer fun things to do and see, “but most importantly they both bring people together, even if only for a few minutes to catch up with each other,” she said. Both events provide attractions for a variety of ages. For Miller, the car show is one event that really stands out.

A mother of three children, Eric, and twins Rachel and Ryan, Miller is pleased she raised her family here in Jackson. “I felt here I could easily instill hometown values that would make them informed, well-rounded and respectful individuals,” said Miller.

“Jackson is a safe area to live and offers a diversified community that loves to work together to fill any need — from offering a farmer’s market to supporting school fundraisers and illness benefits and well beyond. There is always a new friend ready and willing to help, even if that new friend is actually you,” she said.

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