Ray Jack Miller of Murrieta, Calif., a founding member of the MTFCA died at 90 years of age on March 10, 2014.
Ray is survived by his wife Bev and five children.
Ray was the last surviving member of the group that founded the Model T Ford Club of America in 1965.
Barbara: A grateful thanks to all the founding members for what they believed and started for us. May they all, now, Rest In Peace.
Barbara sorry to hear this, I'm the last surviving member of the Kingdom of Callaway Chapter of MTFCA, I joined in 1966, $ 2088
We are too sorry to hear of Ray's passing, our thoughts and wished are with the family.
Their legacy, a club for Model 'T's, has grown from humble beginnings to a club of international proportions. Model 'T's from all over the world now unite under a common banner because of their vision and dreams. Wow, what a great way to be remembered.
My condolences to the family.
Ray Miller was an exceptional man who gave a lot to the old car hobby. I used references from one of his books to restore a 1964 Falcon Sprint convertible 30 years ago, and used his Mustang book when I restored a '66 Shelby GT350H 20 years ago.
The book Ray co - wrote with Bruce McCalley, From here to Obscurity, is a classic and worthwhile book for any Model T enthusiast.
He left a lot to us all. Thanks Ray!
From Here to Obscurity was a great read.
Our condolences to the family.
Ray Miller also authored "Henry's Lady"
It always saddens me to hear these things, yet I thank you for informing us/me.
My condolences to his family.
Thank you Ray. RIP.
A bit of an interesting side note.
Bruce McCalley was involved with Ray Miller in some of his Books. You will note his books were printed by Evergreen Press a name they came up with which just happened to be the name of the Street that Bruce lived on when he used to live in Burbank
He has now joined the infinite Model T tour in the sky with all his co-founders. May he rest in peace, and his family find comfort in that he touched so many lives in such a great way.