NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Julius Jay Miller passed away at home in the early morning of October 24th. He is survived by his wife, Alvia, daughters Vicky, Meredith, and Sarah, son-in-laws Lance, Bruce, and Aaron, and his grandchildren Mallory, Jordan, Dillan, and Ethan, all of whom brought him tremendous joy.He had a long and satisfying career for 40 years as a Television Director for NBC, where he spearheaded one of the first interview news programs, Live at 5. One of his favorite projects was working on the Thanksgiving Day Parade where he directed the remote talent. After he retired from NBC he was an Associate Professor of Broadcasting at Iona and Cable Coordinator for the Town of Scarsdale. In his New Rochelle community, he served as President of the Bayberry Association and Head of the Pool Committee. Some referred to him as "Mr. Babyberry" Jay was born in Vincennes, Indiana. After serving in the Marine Core during WW2 he attended Indiana University and received a Master's Some people called him "Mr. Bayberry" in Communications.