Kenneth Miller

Kenneth Miller moved to Warner Robins, GA after serving 22 years in the US Army. Kenneth is a Christian and an active member of his church and served as a deacon, choir member and member of both the transportation and security department(s). During his spare time, Kenneth is found gardening and expressing his undying love of classic cars.

In 1988, right out of high school, Kenneth joined the Army. During his training as a Ranger in a Black Ops unit, he had the opportunity to deploy with a Transportation Unit in Ft. Benning, GA. In 2008, he transferred to Ft. Carson, Colorado where he became the NCOIC of Operations and Headquarters Battalion Master Driver (167FSC). Months later in Afghanistan during his 5th deployment, Kenneth sustained several combat-related injuries eventually causing his medical retirement in 2012. If you asked him today, like most veterans,

"I was cut short by my injuries... but I'd do it all over again just a little different."

Kenneth recently relocated to Canton, GA, where his daughter competes on the Junior Olympic gymnastics team in Roswell, GA.

1SGT Kenneth Miller is the recipient of the Silver Star, Bronze Star (4th award), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (3rd award), Army Service Medal (3rd award), among many others. He contributes his success and support to his unwavering family and friends.

June 2019

Pastor Beverly Flowers, M.Div

Branch of Service:

United States Air Force

Rank & years of service:

Technical Sergeant (TSgt), Active Duty 12 years & 8 years Reserve (20 years combined total served). Seventeen of these years were served as a Substance Abuse Counselor. She retired from the Military at Robins AFB, 1994.

Spouse & children:

Rev. Joe Flowers, Jr., Army Captain, Veteran. They share together a combined total of 6 daughters.

Church/religious affiliation:

United Methodist Church. She received her Master of Divinity Degree from Gammon Theological Seminary, Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), located in Atlanta, GA. After graduating, Pastor Flowers served as an Ordained Elder within her denomination. She also served briefly as a Chaplain at the Dublin Veterans Medical Administration Center (GA.) Pastor Flowers retired from Asbury UMC, Savannah, GA., June 2012, after having completed 24 years of ministerial service, serving many churches within the United Methodist denomination.

Community service:

Currently, Pastor Flowers teaches Ecumenical (Community), Noon Day Bible Study, Senior’s Ministry at Kelley Chapel UMC, in Decatur, GA. She also continues to preach once a month in Macon, GA at Joycliff UMC and other churches when invited.


Reading, walking, learning to line dance and Tai Chi.

Current employment job title:

Entrepreneur, call center agent from home.

Additional information:

Pastor Flowers is honored to serve GOD and country.

May 2019

James Willard Keener Jr. (Jimmy)

Jimmy served in the US Army for three years (1977-1980) and received the rank of Specialist 4. Jimmy is married to his lovely wife Leslie and they have 4 children: daughter (Terri), son (Christopher), step-daughter (Melissa), step-son (Jonathan). Jimmy also has 7 grandchildren: 5 grandsons and 2 granddaughters. Jimmy is a Christian who loves hunting, motorcycling, woodworking and cooking. Jimmy is a Disabled Army Veteran with a non-service connected disability who received a SEGAMI Healthcare Grant in July 2017.