"I want to provide the best service a person can to their customers," Miller said. Miller will be working out of Nehring's building on Highway 55, southeast of Paynesville.
Miller started working with Nehring 10 years ago. With Nehring retiring after 15 years in business, Miller decided the time was right to purchase the business. "The community has been real supportive," Nehring said.
Miller is in the process of obtaining his certification and license. To maintain certification, septic service operators need to attend 16 hours of school every three years.
With Paynesville Septic, Miller will do roto rooting, clean plugged sewer lines and sand pits, pump out septic tanks of all sizes, and help thaw frozen sewer and water lines. Paynesville Septic has three part-time and two full-time employees. It is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and is on-call evenings and weekends. It services a 30-mile radius of Paynesville.
Marvin and his wife, Neva, live in the Paynesville area and have seven children. His interests include hunting, playing softball, and hockey.
Nehring will be selling his landscaping equipment and building site at auction. Return to Archives