Born: c. 1903Howard Riley's column, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, 26 December 2009
THESE TWO RUGGED HOCKEY PLAYERS are Lucien Miron, left, Gilles Miron’s dad, and Doug Bombard, Natalie Leduc’s dad. Lucien came to Saranac Lake in February, 1940 from Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada with his wife, pregnant with Gilles, to work for the Railroad Express. Mrs. Miron went back to Valleyfield to have Gilles so he would be a Canadian citizen. His parents then became United States citizens and Saranac Lake may have had a chief of police, Gilles Miron, who held dual citizenship. Gilles father was on the 1948 Olympic Bobsled Team. Gilles was driver of a four-man bobsled team with Jim LaFountain, Jim Mose and Charlie Hoffer who were pictured coming through the Zag of the Zig Zag curve on the cover of Sports Illustrated back in the 1960s. They had qualified for the World Championships but could not afford the trip to Europe. Mr. Bombard was a civic leader in Saranac Lake and a member of the village board of trustees. Gilles was given the picture by Natalie.

Died: March 10, 1972

Married: Germaine Poirier

Children: Gilles Miron

Lucien Miron was a member of the 1948 United States Olympic Bobsled team.  He lived at 36 Broadway.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, March 13, 1972

Lucien Miron

SARANAC LAKE — Lucien Miron, 69, died Friday afternoon at the Saranac Lake General Hospital.

Mr. Miron was a dedicated supporter of bobsledding for 37 years, and a member of the 1948 United States Olympic Bobsled team which competed at St. Moritz, Switzerland. He was secretary-treasurer of the Adirondack Bobsled Club for years, and a member of the Saranac Lake Bobsled Club. He also was a member of the National AAU Committee.

Mr. Miron was a long time member of the Saranac Lake Boat and Waterways Club and had been the qualified official starter of all boat racing events since the late 1930s. He, was a member of the Canadian Power Boat Association, and was the official starter for the Valleyfield, Quebec Boat Regatta for 33 years. Because of his many years of service as official starter, he was made honorary commodore of Le Club Nautique of Valleyfield, and was presented with an official starting cannon.

Mr. Miron was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Saranac Lake Pee Wee Hockey Association, devoting much time to the development of the Hockey program. He had been employed as freight agent by the New York Central in Saranac Lake and had worked for 56 years for the railroad. Mr. Miron was born in Valleyfield, the son of Rauol and Graziella Miron. He is survived by his wife, the former Germaine Poirier, and one son, Gilles, of Saranac' Lake. One brother, Frederick; and two sisters. Miss Lucienne Miron and Mrs. Graziella Gimond, all of Valleyfield. also survive.

A Bible Vigil Service was held Sunday evening at the Keough and Son Memorial Chapels. A Mass of the Ressurection was offered this morning in St. Bernards Church. Interment was in Beauharnois, Canada this afternoon. 

Montreal Standard, February 19, 1947Adirondack Daily Enterprise, July 7, 1959

Miron Chief Starter At Big Regatta

Lucien Miron, of 36 Broadway, has been invited to be the chief starter at the annual Valleyfield (Quebec) International Regatta on July 11 and 12.

Miron has been the chief starter at the water spectacular for the past 22 years.

The races draw aqua speedsters from all over the nation and they vie for over $3,000 in cash prizes.