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NOC to honor distinguished alumni Todd Miller March 30

Ponca City Now - March 11, 2019 2:21 pm

TONKAWA —   Northern Oklahoma College alum Todd Miller will be inducted into the Northern Oklahoma College Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame on Saturday, March 30.

Miller, NOC Class of 1990, will be honored in a ceremony taking place during the NOC Alumni and Friends Reunion Dinner in the Renfro Center at NOC Tonkawa.

The public is invited to the event and all NOC Alumni and Friends of the college are encouraged to attend, according to Jill Green, director of alumni and community relations. Deadline for reservations and payment of $20 is Monday, March 25.

For reservations or for more information, contact Green at (580) 628-6473 or e-mail [email protected]. To make reservations online, visit www.noc.edu/alumni and then click on “Alumni and Friends Reunion Form.”

Miller was born and raised in Blackwell, graduating in 1987.

Following graduation he attended Northern Oklahoma College and Northwestern Oklahoma State University with an emphasis on journalism and mass communications. His broadcasting career began in 1986 as a junior in high school at Blackwell’s KOKB-AM where he served as a board operator and later sports broadcaster. In July 1990 he was named the Sports Director at KALV-AM in Alva where he became the Voice of Northwestern Rangers and Alva High School sports.

He would serve as the play-by-play voice of Alva High School until May of 2010 and remained with NWOSU until leaving the station in May of the following year.

Miller has received numerous accolades for his work in a career than now spans three decades.

While in Alva, Miller was involved in numerous civic clubs and organizations including serving as the President of the local Rotary chapter, a member of the Chamber Board of Directors and treasurer and president for the Alva American Legion Baseball program.

While in Northwest Oklahoma, he married Mary Margaret Myers in May of 2003. In October of 2012, they left Alva and moved to Edmond, where they currently reside.

Both Todd and Mary Margaret believe in serving and helping others and have been involved in numerous philanthropic projects during their 16 years of marriage.

Miller currently serves as the play-by-play voice for all Oklahoma Baptist University sports and also lends his talents to various other broadcasting projects throughout the state.

He currently serves as host of the weekly Vibeland Sports podcast.

Away from work, Miller is a sports enthusiast, enjoys golfing, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. The Millers are the proud parents of two cocker spaniels: Deuce and Buddy.

 

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