- An elderly couple who had been married for 56 years died while holding hands after the devastating Kentucky tornado struck their home last week
- Billy and Judy Miller were two of the 11 victims that died during the tornado that tore through Muhlenberg County in western Kentucky late Friday night
- ‘They had passed away together, holding on to each other,’ their granddaughter, Serenity Miller told KHOU
- ‘Their love was so deep for each other, we knew they wouldn’t be able to survive without each other,’ Serenity added
- The family has only recovered four pictures of the two and Billy’s marine jacket after the tornado destroyed their home and blew much of their items away
- On Wednesday, President Joe Biden arrived in the area to survey the damage to the region,
- Biden added that the federal government will pay for 100 percent of Kentucky’s tornado recovery for the first 30 days
An elderly Kentucky couple, married for 56 years, died holding hands after devastating tornadoes struck last week, according to family members.
Billy and Judy Miller were two of 11 victims killed as storms tore through Muhlenberg County, northwest of Bowling Green in western Kentucky, late Friday night.
‘They had passed away together, holding on to each other,’ their granddaughter, Serenity Miller told KHOU.
‘Their love was so deep for each other, we knew they wouldn’t be able to survive without each other.’
Miller said that despite half a century together and losing a son, Billy Miller Jr, and a daughter, Heather Miller Brooks, her grandparents’ love for each other never dimmed.