Campbell H. Williams, Jr.
It has been almost a year. He was a true gentleman and a friend that I made late in life. He is missed.
Delta Air Lines Retired
I was so very sorry to hear about Milt and his battle with cancer. I have fond memories of being his neighbor on Wedgewood Dr. for many years and fellow parents of Woodward Academy students. Those were wonderful times. With heartfelt sympathy to Lou Jean, Andy, Julia and Shannon.
Joy Kelley Duncan
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I have so many fond memories of being at the house with Shannon on so many weekends. Love you all so much!
Gail and Steve Wornstaff
Our sympathies to you, Lou Jean, and all your family in the loss of Milton. We enjoyed knowing him and appreciated him as our Sunday School teacher. Our prayers are with you.
Patrick L. Dougherty
To my Uncle, may you rest in peace. I know the pain is gone and you are in a wonderful place. You were a role model for me and my son's and I will miss you. I find confort knowing that you are with the lord.
Wanda R. Strum
Kenneth & Elaine Grizzle
Lou Jean, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family every day. We admired Milt so much for the faith and courage he had and the way he cared for his family. The peace of the Lord be always with you. Elaine and Ken Grizzle
James and Audrey Allen
We were so shocked to learn of Milton's death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We remember the good times in his Sunday School class at First Baptist.
George & Sharon Frederick
Milt was a great friend at USAFA and we reconnected in recent years which we will cherish forever. Cannot make the funeral but will be there in spirit. All the best to Lou Jean and family.
Milt was a great guy, I got to know him at Autrey's and later learned that we both belonged to the PTCUMC. I have missed seeing him and talking about current events, the church, and target shooting. I will miss him. I hope the family finds peace.
Milt is my friend and classmate from the 11th Squadron at the Air Force Academy and from Pilot Training at Craig. I lost touch with Milt after our graduation from Pilot Training in 1964, but we renewed our friendship at our last Class reunion in Ď08. Milt and I had common interests in flying and shooting, and we shared many such videos and discussions. I remember Milt as friendly and outgoing - he often expressed love for his Family and for our God. Thatís why I am not surprised by Miltís tremendous strength, positive attitude, and courage as he fought the disease that threatened him. I am saddened that weíve lost Milt, and very sorry for the pain felt by Lou Jean and Family. But Iím comforted by knowing that Milt found real peace as he shared his last days on earth in the company of Lou Jean, his Family and friends. Milt, I salute you for your courage and for sharing time with me Ė we will meet again. Lou Jean, Virginia and I offer our prayers to comfort you and your Family.
Milt is a class and squadron mate at the Air Force Academy. Our career paths didn't cross over the years. That's what reunions are for, staying connected, and we did. We all left the Academy to pursue the spirit of our Class Motto "Ad Novos Mundos", Toward New Worlds. Milt conquered many new worlds in his life. His faith kept him going and I am grateful he is at rest and peace with his Lord. We will miss you. Your legacy will live on with our class, the Academy and all your friends.
Lou Jean, Shannon, Andy, and Laura,
Milt made everyone's life he touched richer. He gave the gift of friendship, and positivity with an ever ready smile and wit. I'm a better person and feel very lucky he touched my life. He will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.