Longtime Worth County State Court Judge Clarence Miller has died.
He passed away at an Albany hospital Saturday night.
Miller was appointed State Court Judge in 1981 and served 33 years on the bench. He also previously served as county attorney for Worth County.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Miller was a popular educator in Worth County, and at one time served as Principal of Worth County High School.
Judge Miller's funeral is Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Pinson Memorial United Methodist Church in Sylvester.
Visitation is Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Banks Funeral Home in Sylvester.
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