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DALLAS-In 1914, Henry S. Miller launched his career in commercial real estate by launching a one-man office in Dallas. Close to 100 years later, the company is one of the largest independent real estate brokerage services companies in Texas, with a presence in Houston, Austin, El Paso/New Mexico and San Antonio.

But 2013, the year before the company’s centennial, didn’t begin auspiciously; Vance C. Miller, the chairman and CEO of Henry S. Miller Co., died in February 2013 of a sudden heart attack. In April 2013, Vance’s son Gregory L. Miller was appointed president and CEO of the company, while his mother, Mrs. Vance C. Miller, was appointed permanent chairman of the board. Miller had been president of Miller Realty Investments before taking on the new role.

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