Ann Arbor, Mich. — William Miller, the vice president of global injection technologies at Amcor Rigid Plastics, died Dec. 17, at the University of Michigan Hospital.
Miller was 55. He had cancer.
The family suggests donations to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation in Norwalk, Conn.
Miller began his career in plastics injection molding in 1990, where he worked for four years at Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd., as PET manager.
According to Miller's LinkedIn page, he left Husky to join Amcor, working as director of global injection systems development, director of development, and director of global injection systems development/director manufacturing engineering for injection. Miller was promoted to the VP position of global injection technologies.
He was buried on Dec. 22. According to the obituary, Miller had a positive outlook: “Willy lived life on his own terms; creating lasting memories with his family, traveling the world, and helping others. He could light up any room with his presence and his dance moves were world-class.”