Wyatt grew up in Greenville. As the son of an electrical engineer, he worked in the family business his parents started in 1970: George Miler, Inc. He graduated from Greenville Tech, and went on to receive his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 1996. Following graduation, Wyatt went to Florida to help his father run the family business. In 1998, following his father’s death, Wyatt took over the family business, providing technical services to nine different general aviation airports in four states including South Carolina.
Over the years, George Miler, Inc. has operated several business units, employing about 15 people and providing electronic research and development, computer services, avionics, and aviation repair to hundreds of South Carolinians and people throughout the southeast. Wyatt understands what it takes to make a small business a success, the hurdles that are faced by the small business owner and self-employed, and the needs of employees who work for small businesses. He will work to see that our state government reduces burdensome regulations on our small businesses, and provides the assistance to help all of our employers comply with existing regulations. Wyatt will work to see that our entire transportation system is maintained and updated to meet the challenges of our growing area.
In 2000, Wyatt married Thonda, his sweetheart of two years. They will be celebrating their twelfth anniversary this year. In 2007, Wyatt returned to Greenville County, and continues to maintain the family business. Since returning to Greenville, Wyatt has become involved in several volunteer activities. He was President of the Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Society in 2010 and 2011, and currently sits on its Board of Directors. He also is a volunteer for the SC Baptist Disaster Relief Organization, the Greenville Amateur Radio Emergency Service, and the National Weather Service’s SkyWarn. Wyatt and Thonda are members at Taylors First Baptist Church.