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3/17/03

Former AJ Sports Writer Dies in Car Accident

A former writer for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal died in a car accident over the weekend. Former sports writer Miller H. Bonner Jr. died Saturday when his car was hit head-on while driving on Highway 71 in Central Texas.

Bonner worked for the AJ in the 70's, before moving on to the San Antonio Express News. Most recently, Bonner served as the Chief Executive Officer for the public relations firm the Alliant Group.

Miller Bonner was 52-years-old.

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