Originally signed as a player by Curly Lambeau for the 1946 season, Tom Miller would eventually return to the Green Bay Packers as a front office executive in 1956 when Packers head coach Lisle Blackbourn named Miller his director of publicity and sales promotion.
In 1965, he was promoted to assistant general manager by then head coach and general manager Vince Lombardi. Miller continued to serve the Packers in various capacities until Bart Starr promoted him to assistant to the president in 1981. Miller retired in 1988.
Miller was responsible for the planning and construction of various additions to Lambeau Field in the 1980s. Some of these construction projects included the original Don Hutson indoor training facility and the first skybox construction project, which was completed in 1985.
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