Honey Bear Miller, 15, of Tallahassee, Florida, died July 18 after a tragic accident due to his infirmities. Known as just “Bear” or, on occasion, “Bearly Bear,” he was adopted as a puppy in 1998 to the Miller family. A tri-colored, male Lhasa Apso whose fur eventually turned pure white, Bear was a stocky little guy with an attitude, ruling the house and keeping canine companion Suki, a Shih Tzu, in her place. They were inseparable. He enjoyed going to the beach; he adored his groomer, Lori Ashe; and he loved cake. Bear will be forever remembered by Holly and Wendy Miller, his human mothers, and additional caregiver Randy Miller. The family would like to express sincere appreciation to Dr. Sarah MacMillan of the South Monroe Animal Hospital, and her husband, Dan Griffin, for their care and support throughout Bear’s life and at the time of his passing. Bear was cremated, and the ashes given to the family. He was a beautiful boy, never to be forgotten, never to be equaled.