Kevin L. Miller is originally from Franklin, Pennsylvania and entered the United States Army in 1990. He completed Basic Training and Advance Individual Training with 2nd Bn 54th Infantry at Fort Benning, GA as an Infantryman. His first duty station was with the 1st Bn 506th Infantry of the 2nd Infantry Division at Camp Greaves on the Korean DMZ. Following 18 months with the 5th Infantry Division at Fort Polk, LA, he attended Airborne School at Fort Benning, GA. His final duty station was with the 2nd Bn 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, NC.
On 23 March 1994, while serving with the 2nd Bn 504th PIR, Kevin was injured at a mass casualty event on Pope Air Force Base commonly known as the disaster at Green Ramp. 24 Paratroopers lost their lives and over 60 were injured and required medical support at Fort Bragg, NC with many being further transferred to the burn ward at Fort Sam Houston, TX.
Upon leaving the United States Army, he relocated to Atlanta, in 1996. For the past 23 years, Kevin has served in middle and senior management roles within the defense industry and international markets. He is currently a featured public speaker and a consultant to multiple industries.
Kevin joined the Georgia Veterans Day Parade Association of Atlanta as a Director in 2001. He was appointed as President in 2010 and oversaw its transformation to the Georgia Veterans Day Association to better identify their expanded role. An all-volunteer organization, the GVDA presents their annual events – Georgia Veterans Day Parade in Atlanta, Veterans Festival at Pemberton Place, and the Freedom Ball at the Oceans Ballroom of the Georgia Aquarium.
Kevin is married to his wife of 20 years, Cecilia, and they have one daughter, Tina.
- Updated May 2019