The Walworth County Board recently recognized a deputy medical examiner who is retiring after more than 40 years with the county.

Tom Miller started working for the county in 1976, according to a news release. He was a chief deputy coroner for the late John Griebel for 37 years. He has worked as a deputy medical examiner since 2015.

“Tom had the confidence of John Griebel for many years,” County Administrator David Bretl said in the release. “After John’s passing, Tom was instrumental in making a smooth transition to the medical examiner system.”

Medical Examiner Lynda Biedrzycki and Deputy Medical Examiner Gina Carver also praised Miller in the release. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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