Beginning with a career in Army medicine after graduating from Harvard Medical School, Wade Miller served proudly during the Army of Occupation in post WWII Germany. Following his service, Dr. Miller set up his internal medicine practice in NJ, where he raised his family of four children. Always intellectually curious, Dr. Miller went on to become a pioneer in Nuclear Medicine. He devoted himself to his patients and occasionally took on expert witness cases. Beloved by his patients, Dr. Miller did not fully retire until he was well into his seventies. His career has served as a role model for his grandson, Dr. Charles Wade, who is proudly following in the footsteps his grandfather created some seventy-odd years ago. Dr. Miller passed away in 2017 at the age of 95, after a lifetime of service and love of his family. He is shown here with his great granddaughter, Alexandra.