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Friday, June 12, 2009

Hundreds Gather For Funeral Of PSP Trooper Killed In Shootout

Final Tribute To Slain Trooper
Hundreds gathered Friday morning at the stadium at Pittston Area High School to remember the life of Trooper Joshua Miller.

The 34-year-old trooper died Sunday night in a shoot-out after a kidnapping suspect lead police on a high-speed chase that ended in the Poconos.

The gray clouds that filled the morning sky had cleared to a brilliant blue as a U.S. Marine Corps color guard lead the procession escorting Trooper Miller's body into the stadium. They were followed by the New Jersey State Police Pipe Band.

Inside the stadium were hundreds of state troopers and police officers from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and more. All saluted as the hearse carrying Trooper Miller's body rolled onto the track to make it's way to the center of the field.

Trooper Miller was remembered by friend Detective David Ide with the Wyoming County District Attorney's office. They were officers together on the Tunkhannock Police Department before Miller became a state trooper.

Other speakers included Governor Ed Rendell, Colonel Frank Pawlowski, Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police and Lieutenant Colonel Tedescung Bandy, Deputy Commissioner of Operations of the Pennsylvania State Police. Colonel Pawlowski posthumously presented Trooper Miller the Pennsylvania State Police Medal of Honor. He presented the medal to Trooper Miller's widow, Angela.

Following the funeral, a long procession followed Trooper Miller's body to Laceyville, where a private burial will be held. VIDEO