Leonard Gordon Miller, age 92, of Saskatoon passed away on Thursday, March 15, 2018. Predeceased by his loving wife Joanna in 2012, and survived by children Jeffrey (Brenda) of Saskatoon, Leslie (Stelios) of Ottawa, Gary (Lynda) of Saint-Prex, Switzerland and David (Kathleen) of St. Petersburg, Florida, 9 grandchildren (Megan, Jillian, Brett, Yiannis, Eleni, Emily, Lauren, Allison and Sarah) and 4 great-grandchildren (Dawson, Miller, Parker and Elle). Born April 4, 1925 in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Len grew up in a variety of communities in the interior of BC. He graduated from Kamloops High in 1943, winning a scholarship to attend UBC in Vancouver. Len took a year off from UBC during 1945-46 to teach high school at a Japanese internment camp in the interior of BC, and then graduated with a BA in Philosophy from UBC in 1948. While at UBC he met Joanna and they had their first date at the Farmer's Frolic. They wed in 1949. Len received his MA from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1950. In 1950 they moved to Ithaca, NY to pursue his PhD in Philosophy at Cornell, which he received in 1954. Len also taught at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts for two years before moving back to Seattle in 1954 to take on a tenured position at the University of Washington. In 1961, he moved to Saskatoon as the Head of the Department of Philosophy at the U of S, a position he held until 1978. Len retired in 1992 as Professor Emeritus. In his 30+ years at the university he built a strong philosophy department, and was also very active in university affairs, serving on numerous committees and boards. Len also pursued numerous passions and hobbies over the years, including mountain climbing, making wine, getting his pilot's license, building and flying balsa gliders, making bread, building backyard hockey rinks, running, cross-country skiing, exotic travel and wilderness canoeing trips. He also devoted a huge amount of time to researching and documenting family histories. Len was a devoted husband to Joanna and was very active in her care over the last 10 years of her life. He was a loving father, and also found lots of time for his grandkids and delighted in spending time with them. A special thank you to Carla and her team at the Luther Intermediate Care Home who provided exceptional and loving care to Len over the last 6 years of his life. Len was an exceptional person who will be deeply missed by his family.