During his 44 years as an ASCCA member, Sheldon held every position on the San Fernando Valley Chapter Board more than once, including Head Chef at the chapter picnics.
Sheldon was truly loved by all of those who knew him. People were important to Sheldon and he went out of his way to help anyone who asked. He was an avid woodworker; typically giving away birdhouses, bowls and toys to everyone he knew – including customers.
It seems fitting that a Sheldon Miller Scholarship should be created. He was involved with several schools, and helped more than one young person get their start in the automotive industry. He was involved with many ASCCA state and local projects and held positions on the Executive Board for many years. He was the “go to” guy everyone could count on whenever there was something that needed to be done or a committee that needed support.
Sheldon was deeply involved with ASCCA for decades, his wisdom, insight and dedication was rarely matched. He will be missed by everyone that had the pleasure to know him, but especially by those who knew him well. He maintained his technical skills and management skills until the day he retired. He was truly a “renaissance man.”