Duncan McIntyre Miller, who joined this Society in 1962, died peacefully on 13 January 2013 in Kingussie, aged 89. He attended Daniel Stewart’s College in Edinburgh, playing for the First XV at Rugby and the First XI at cricket. He served as aircrew in the RAF from 1940 until August 1943, when his plane was shot down over Berlin and he became a prisoner-of-war. He graduated from Edinburgh University, MA in 1948 and LLB in 1950 and married Doris Groves in 1948. He was apprenticed to Brotherston & Bee in Edinburgh, and then moved to Hill & Whyte in Stirling, initially as an assistant and then as a partner; he became senior partner after that firm merged with another to become Hill & Robb. He was made an honorary sheriff at Stirling before retiring from practice in 1989 and moving to Newtonmore. His wife died in 1996. His daughter, Alexandra (Lexy) Plumtree, is an SSC in practice in Edinburgh.