Daily Update March 26, 2018
Public services for Zell Miller announced; former governor to lie in state in Georgia Capitol
Jill Vejnoska - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The public will have a chance to pay their respects to Zell Miller in Atlanta and his beloved North Georgia hometown in the coming days.
The Miller Institute Foundation announced three days of services for the former Georgia governor, U.S. senator and father of the HOPE scholarship, who died Friday morning at the age of 86.
On Monday, a public Memorial Service will take place at 10:00am on the campus of Young Harris College. The event will be held in Glenn-McGinnis Hall in the Clegg Fine Arts Building of the college where Miller was a professor when he ran for and won a state senate seat to launch his political career. The Clegg building is located at 1 College Streetin Miller’s lifelong hometown of Young Harris.
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