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Miller, Harry Willis (1879–1977) and Marie Elizabeth (Iverson) (1884–1950); later Mary Elizabeth (Greer) (1919–1994)
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Harry Willis Miller, affectionally known to many as the “China Doctor,” is renowned for his long period of service as a medical missionary, church minister, and church administrator in China; for pioneering the publishing ministry in that country; and for being instrumental in the establishment of Seventh-day Adventist hospitals in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Philippines, and other East Asian countries. Miller is recognized as the inventor of large-scale production and commercialization of soy milk and soybean-based protein product around the globe.
Maude Miller was the first Adventist missionary who died in China, the foreign country to which she dedicated her selfless service.