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John Scott Miller

John Scott Miller, longtime office employee of Columbia Pictures/Sony Studios, died Nov. 11 of complications from AIDS.

He was 44.

Miller began his career at Universal City Studios in the early ’70s, eventually moving on to Columbia’s wardrobe and TV production departments. He was a retired member of OPEIU

174.

His life partner was Bill Clark.

In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to Project Angel Food, 650 N. Robertson Blvd, L.A. 90069.

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