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Charles L. Miller

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Charles L. Miller was born in Morgantown on October 8, 1936 and educated in Preston County public schools graduating from Bruceton Mills High School in 1954.

Upon graduation he applied and was accepted into the first WVU State Road Commission Cooperative Training Program for Civil Engineers. Graduating in 1961 with a BSCE, he joined the State Road Commission as an engineer-in-training.

Following active military duty he continued with the Department of Highways, where he held a number of positions and served as Commissioner of Highways from 1977-1984.He joined the Arizona Department of Transportation as state engineer before becoming the Director of Transportation in 1985 where he served until 1990.

He left Arizona to become associate administrator of the Federal Highway Administration.

In 1992 he returned to West Virginia as state highway engineer and then Secretary of Transportation.

Moving to the Governors Office in 1995 he served as Director of Operations and subsequently as Acting Chief of Staff until retirement from state service in 1997.

Currently, Miller works part time as a consultant.