Marsha Miller, co-owner of AIA LogoTools and a volunteer board member of the Gold Coast Promotional Products Association (GCPPA) has passed away on November 28 at the age of 68.

  • Miller had battled cancer for two years.

“I worked at times with Marsha and her husband, Joe, and it was always a joy to be around Marsha,” says Dale Denham, MAS+, PPAI president and CEO. “Both of them always prioritized serving others first and did so with an enthusiasm that was a gift to the promotional products community and surely a blessing to many more in her personal life.”

A Champion And Volunteer To Florida’s Promotional Community

Miller was raised in Massapequa Park, New York, before moving to Sharon, Massachusetts.

  • She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Merchandising from the University of Massachusetts.

 In 1993, Marsha and Joe Miller, who she shared 48 years of marriage with, founded LogoTools, a full-service promotional marketing company based in South Florida.

  • LogoTools is a privately owned franchisee of AIA.

“Marsha's warm spirit has left an indelible mark on all of us who have had the privilege of knowing her,” says Nancy Schmidt, CEO at AIA. “Her enthusiasm and kindness have been a source of inspiration, creating lasting connections. During the past 25 years, Marsha has not only been a valued colleague but a true friend. We fondly remember the countless moments shared, the stories exchanged and the joy that Marsha brought to our community.”

Beyond her own personal career, she volunteered much of her time to the advancement of the promo industry in her region, as a board member at GCPPA.

  • From 2015-2016, Miller served as director of the GCPPA Board.
  • From 2016-2018, she served as secretary of the GCPPA Board.
  • From 2018-2019, she served as vice president of the GCPPA Board.

  • She was also an active and helpful volunteer to PPAI.

Contributions To The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation

Along with her nearly five-decade marriage to Joe, Marsha was also a proud mother to Andrew and grandmother to Madelyn.

“Marsha’s commitment to her family will be her legacy,” an obituary read.

A memorial for friends and family was held in Miller’s honor December 1 in her home of Coral Springs, Florida.