Maryland officials will be sharing memories of the nation’s longest-serving state Senate president
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland officials will be sharing memories of the nation’s longest-serving state Senate president.
Visitation by invite only due to COVID-19 restrictions is scheduled for Friday in the rotunda of the Maryland State House, where the body of Thomas V. Mike Miller is lying in repose.
He died last week at the age of 78 from cancer.
A streaming site has been set up for public viewing and a guestbook.
Senators are scheduled to speak in remembrance of their former colleague during their legislative session Friday afternoon.
Miller was a state legislator for 50 years. A Democrat, he served as president of the Maryland Senate for 33 years. He announced he was stepping down from the post in 2019, but he remained a senator until December.