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05/08/20 10:02 PM #1    

Bill Thomas

Milton and I had been friends since grade school at Cambridge. I recall our standing in the shade on the gravel playground across the street from the elementary school, probably intent on not getting too warm or exerting ourselves too much out in the sun. We often ate lunch together in the basement cafeteria. One of our favorite tricks was to crack the hard-boiled eggs in our lunch boxes on top of our heads so we could peel off the shells and consume the eggs. Well, one day his egg wasn't exactly hard-boiled. Needless to say, he was not a happy guy for the rest of that day!

Milton was a magnificent French Horn player, and we were in continuous contact with each other in the band from Cambridge all the way through our senior year. Over the ensuing years, our paths diverged, but I carry very fond memories of him from those days long ago.

Bill Thomas


05/09/20 09:01 AM #2    

Weezie Mims (Chesney)

Milton will be missed.....such a quiet and gentle man............prayers for his family 


05/09/20 01:03 PM #3    

Richard L. "Dick" Ramsey

So sorry to hear about Milton.  We had a great visit with him and his wife at the last reunion.  He had many  impressive  accomplishments(Dr of Cardiovascular Health and Diseases,etc).  He was a great French Horn player in the Alamo Heights Band. He will be missed. Prayers and comfort for his family.


05/12/20 01:55 PM #4    

Charles "Hop" Fuhrmann

Hop Fuhrmann coming. 


05/13/20 05:07 PM #5    

Sandra (Sandi) Richards (Watson)

So sorry to hear of Milton's passing.  Prayers blessings and comfort to wife and family.


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