Two years before they were shot to death in their home Saturday night, Timothy and Randi Miller treated the injured in Iraq as part of a combat hospital unit based at Fort Lewis. Their deployments overlapped for six months in 2006, a family friend said Tuesday.
Timothy Miller, a staff sergeant and operation room specialist with the 47th Combat Support Hospital, and Randi Miller, a sergeant and medical laboratory specialist, had a baby girl Aug. 28 after they returned to Fort Lewis.
Ivette Gonzalez Davila, a fellow Fort Lewis soldier, has been charged with their deaths. Police claim she killed Randi Miller in her bed, then shot Timothy Miller as he was showering.
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