NAAA Hall of Famer Dies

By Staff Writer April 10, 2020

The National Auto Auction Association is remembering Forrest (Woody) Miller Sr. He died at the age of 85 on April 4, in Frederick, Md.

Miller was the longest-serving director of the National Automobile Dealers Association Dealer Candidate Academy, where he led a team that educated future leaders of automotive sales. Miller was inducted into the NAAA Hall of Fame in 2001.

Miller also served as a U.S. Marine in Korea.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Forrest J. Miller, Martha Catherine Miller and his wife of 46 years Shirley Lovell Wall, and is survived by his children Toni, Tracey, Forrest Jr., and grandchildren.

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