Loved Ones, Strangers Say Goodbye to Cpl. Paul Miller

From loved ones to strangers, hundreds poured into a northern Michigan church to say a final goodbye to a fallen Marine. Some came to say thank you, others just wanted to share some memories of Marine Corporal Paul Miller. Miller was killed in Afghanistan last week by a road-side bomb. He grew up in the Lake Ann area and graduated from Benzie-Central High School in 2006. Miller was laid to rest at Memorial Gardens in Traverse City. During his funeral service Thursday, loved ones talked about the great, brave man that Miller was. Outside of the church, many veterans groups and people who never met miller, came out to waive flags to show their support. “I just don't want to be in the way, but I just want them to know that the country cares,” says Andrea Yeack who came from Manistee to show her support. She tries to get to as many military funerals in the area as possible. “I want them to know that they are not alone,” she says. 9&10's Ryan Raiche and Photojournalist Bill Froehlich have more on how Cpl. Miller is being remembered.