Martin Perry Miller was born in 1923, into extreme poverty, raised in a Hebrew orphanage, abused, underfed, and unloved. Yet his life story reflects perseverance, courage, honor and love. In World War II, he was "equal to other men for the first time." Leading a battalion, he stepped on a land mine, spending two years in hospitals. He finished at Fitzsimmons hospital in Colorado, attending Denver University and DU Law School on the GI bill. There he met the lovely young Edie Stern in 1948, married in 1950, and raised four children and 13 grandchildren near their family home in Littleton, CO. Marty became a brilliant, incisive lawyer, and an ardent family man. A Democrat who ran in a conservative Republican district, he became the youngest district judge in CO history. He later won the District Attorney race, and ran for Lt. Governor and U.S. Senate.
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