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R.I.P Bill Miltenberger

13 May 2014 17:10 #161 by jdavis
Replied by jdavis on topic R.I.P Bill Miltenberger
To the Miltenberger Family:
Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. I’d known Bill for several years now and he was a very strong advocate for all his fellow Veterans and will be greatly missed.
If a family member or friend could contact me via E-Mai, I’d really like to place Bill in our Memorial pages, he deserves to be remembered for the man he was!
My best to the family,
Jim Davis
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13 May 2014 16:53 #160 by daklander
R.I.P Bill Miltenberger was created by daklander
After a valient battle with cancer, we lost our dear husband, father, brother and friend Bill Miltenberger. Bill worked very hard for our American veterans, especially the blue water navy men and women who served our country the same as their counterparts on land and yet have not received compensation from the VA. He reached out and touched many people as he worked so tirelessly for this cause. Bill was passionate about playing and writing his music, bluegrass, country, and Americana. Until he was physically unable to he enjoyed playing sports especially gold and baseball. He also loved raising chickens and living in rural areas as it reminded him of growing up in North Dakota. He enjoyed the companionship of his dogs especially Otis who went everywhere with him including 41 states. He was a very loyal friend and especially cherished his friendship with Dale druggars and Dennis Johnston as well as the many friends he made online. His deepest love was for his family, his wife Lisa sons, kayle, Tom and sean, his daughter lara and her fiance justin. His grandson sage and his mother brittany and his grandpa jj and his grand daughter ayla who he renamed himself AR. As well as his many brothers and sisters, neice and nephews. Unfortunately after years of medical bills and hardships the family is in need of donations to give Bill the memorial he deserves to celebrate the life of this great man. link to donation page www.gofundme.com/95067c
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