Nathan Miller Obituary, Death – Nathan Miller, 40, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, died at home on Saturday, January 4, 2020, after a three-year battle with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. Despite receiving a live liver donation from his uncle, Douglas Walter, Nathan Miller’s condition deteriorated and he was unable to fight the sickness any longer.
He was born on March 21, 1979, in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, to Richard Walter Miller and Debra Walter Miller. Nathan, a Susquenita High School, and Cumberland-Valley Vo-Tech alumnus, was awarded a Bundestag scholarship in 1997 to spend a year in Germany working as an apprentice to a baker.
After returning to the United States, he enrolled in the Culinary Institute of America, where he eventually earned a degree in culinary arts. He has a lifelong fascination with cuisine. Nathan worked as a chef at New York City restaurants such as Jean George, Aureole, and Danube before becoming the pastry chef at The Kitchen in Boulder, Colorado. In the year 2010, Nathan Miller Chocolate was founded in the basement of a friend’s house.
He decided to transfer his company to Chambersburg in 2013. He has been featured in publications and blogs such as Vogue and Real Simple, among others, and is a two-time winner of The Good Foods Award. The New York Times has also covered him. Furthermore, the James Beard House in New York City engaged him to cook meals for two separate events there. By his own example, he motivated everyone around him to have big aspirations. His parents, brother Travis, and fiancée Mariah Dodson are among those who will mourn his demise.