Mildred Jo Millie Giles's Condolences


I adored Millie''s spirit and her talent. She was my art professor my first semester at UNT and I''m forever grateful for her dedication and wisdom in the craft. Her energy was unforgettable and I''m honoured to have the fortune of studying under her.
— Brian A Irvin     brn.rvn@gmail.com

Millie was my art teacher at Bradford high, 71 to 73....many fond memories..she greatly influenced me in my art and self esteem...
— David M Wells     george92009@yahoo.com

I had the honor of being Millie’s first graduate student for an MFA in Watercolor. We worked together very closely (sharing a tiny office) for several years and I gained a deep respect and love for her. She has shaped who I am as an artist and as a person. She will always be held very dearly in my heart and I’ll miss her.
— Beth Gouldin     Beth.gouldin@gmail.com

Millie was an extremely talented and dedicated teacher and a wonderful painter. She also had a rich sense of humor, a love of her "homes" in Texas, Chatauqua and Bradford and a great appreciation for design and craftsmanship especially in art and cars! I''ll miss her. Thank you for posting the obituary.
— Judy Youngblood     jyoungbd@flash.net

One of my greatest inspirations in life and art! We will miss your Millie!!
— David Collins     Delajunta@gmail.com