On October 10, 2021, we lost our youngest son, Aonghus Oakley Ames Miller. Aonghus is an amazing spirit and was known and loved by so many people.  He is deeply missed.

We started a foundation in his name to  keep his enthusiasm for all things CAD / 3D design and Machining and Tooling alive for other kids his age who dream of a career in these trades.

Aonghus was an avid 3D creator and printer, blacksmith, knife designer and maker.  He loved working on his 2005 Toyota Tacoma and spending his earnings from mowing, paracord sales on new truck upgrades.  Aonghus attended Pen Argyl Area High School and planned to begin at Career Institute of Technology for Machining and Tooling this past fall.  He wanted to learn everything about it and pursue his dream of designing and customizing firearms and truck parts!  We believe in encouraging kids in high school to pursue hands on skilled trades and to do what they have a fire for.  This fund will help them pursue their dreams!

Our intention is to raise enough money to support a $5000 annual scholarship for an incoming High School Junior to get them a solid set of tools so that they can build a foundation for their career in this trade.  We are also setting up a Summer Adventure Camp for kids aged 13 through 18, to enjoy all things outdoors, while learning camping/survival skills that Aonghus enjoyed!  We are also kicking off the First Annual Tacoma Truck Show to have some fun, and show off the Tacoma's he loved!

Please consider donating to this unique fund in memory of our very unique boy!

You can visit www.aoamfoundation.org for details on the scholarship and events