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Miller, Jack Richard
Born June 6, 1916, in Chicago, IL
Died August 29, 1994, in Temple Terrace, FL

Federal Judicial Service:
Associate Judge, U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
Nominated by Richard M. Nixon on June 28, 1973, to a seat vacated by James Lindsay Almond, Jr.. Confirmed by the Senate on June 28, 1973, and received commission on July 6, 1973. Service terminated on September 30, 1982, due to reassignment.

Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Reassigned on October 1, 1982, to a new seat authorized by 96 Stat. 25. Assumed senior status on June 6, 1985. Service terminated on August 29, 1994, due to death.

Education:
Creighton University, A.B., 1938
Catholic University of America, A.M., 1939
Columbia Law School, J.D., 1946
University of Iowa College of Law, 1946

Professional Career:
U.S. Army, Air Corps, 1942-1946
Attorney, Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury, 1947-1948
Assistant professor of law, Notre Dame Law School, 1948-1949
Private practice, Sioux City, Iowa, 1949-1960
State representative, Iowa, 1955-1956
State senator, Iowa, 1957-1960
U.S. senator from Iowa, 1961-1973

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