The New Jersey Radio Museum

Preserving New Jersey Radio History

Dick Miller

Posted by njrm on January 31, 2013

I am greatly saddened to share the passing of a great New Jersey broadcaster who graced the airwaves of WMTR and WRAN as well as many other stations and media over the years.  

Dick Miller was a tremendously talented and engaging writer and raconteur with a joke to fit positively any situation.  I am certain that as I write, Dick has the angels falling off the clouds with laughter.  I will never forget our hours of “black line fever” on the phone trying to out-do each other, and his deep encouragement for NJRM and my continued internet radio ventures.  I will never forget his unstoppable laughter at our NJRM benefit show featuring Uncle Floyd.  Dick will be sadly missed by all broadcasters appreciative of real talent and, most of all, by his wonderful family.  For all wishing further details about our great, talented friend, please go to: 

Rich Phoenix, RMC
President, NJ Radio Museum


3 Responses to “Dick Miller”

  1. Museum-RMorg said

    Hi, is your museum open? Do you have opening times? How large is your floor aria? Can you send me some pictures from inside of your museum.

    I will update this page: > Best regards, Heribert Jung

  2. Krystyna said

    Ur posting, “Dick Miller The New Jersey Radio Museum” ended up being worth writing a comment here!
    Simply just wanted to state you actually did a remarkable job.
    Thanks for your effort ,Robert

    • Anonymous said

      Krystyna, thanks for your favourable comments on my entry for Dick Miller – nothing invented, nothing embellished – the guy was all I said and more! He will most sincerely be missed. Yours faithfully, Rich Phoenix, RMC – NJRM President

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