Dick was one of the founding members of The Brothers Three of Moriarty. The scion had an annual trek to the village of Moriarty in New Mexico which they appropriately named "Happy-Birthday-You-Bastard-Moriarty." He was also a member and staunch supporter of the Gila Lizards of the Arid & Repulsive Desert in Santa Fe. Dick Miller was invested into The Baker Street Irregulars in 1982 as "The Grice Patersons in the Island of Uffa."
We were fortunate enough to find some other memories of Dick around the web. For example, Jon Lellenberg, in his Oct. 22, 2012 "Editor's Gas-Bag," remembers Dick:
The moment I first met Dick, May ’73, he was handing me a loaded gun, and it sort of set the tone of our long friendship. It was the annual Colonel Sebastian Moran Memorial Trap-Shoot of John Bennett Shaw’s Brothers Three of Moriarty, where Dick was one of the earliest members, and to Shaw’s disgust and Dick’s delight I beat Shaw out to win it. Dick was a graduate of The Citadel, a veteran of both the Army (nuclear artillery) and Navy (intelligence), and a lawyer at Los Alamos Laboratory for decades. In the 1980s he did his reserve-duty activations at the Pentagon and was of inestimable help to me there. A superb companion, a loyal friend, and a good soul.Continuing in the same vein, according to Brad Keefauver of Sherlock Peoria (hat-tip to Always1895.net for finding this), Dick once "tried to blow up the college during his talk on Watson's firearms habits."
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