Nordland: Marrowstone Island resident appointed to School Board

NORDLAND — A Marrowstone Island man has been appointed to a vacant seat on the Chimacum School Board.

Kevin Miller was sworn in during Tuesday’s School Board meeting.

He is a partner in Windermere Port Ludlow, where his wife, Susan, is a sales associate. He formerly worked as a real estate agent at Windermere’s Kala Square office.

Miller and his family moved to Marrowstone Island 12 years ago from California.

Miller and his wife have two daughters in the Chimacum School District — 11th-grader Erin and eighth-grader Alyssa.

The Millers’ son, Chris, graduated from Chimacum High School in 2001.

“I decided that now was a good time to apportion some of my time back into the community,” Miller said Wednesday of his decision to apply for the board.


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