Personal note from Milo's Family: Denise Dionne & Melanie Westergaard
Milo was the the greatest role model we could have asked for with a kind and comforting presence. He lived his life in earnest with enthusiasm, integrity and grace.
While often soft-spoken, he had a gift to share a rather detailed story, a precious memory, or millions of historical dates and fascinating experiences he had throughout his 93-and-a-half years - all safely stored inside, waiting for the opportunity to flow out to friends.
He and our mom, Bettie Sue, are now together again. We love you dad and hold tightly onto the wonderful memories we made with you. We lift our glasses to you with respect, admiration and love.
Having grown up in the small town of Butterfield, MN, Milo learned the value of friendships early.
Throughout his life he continued to create wonderful memories with friends and family throughout his 93-and-a-half years.
Following his school years and graduation in 1944, he served in the Army and is a WWII veteran,
worked 11 years for the Railroad, and had a 30-year career with the US Postal Service.
Milo met his wife Bettie of 53 …
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Memories & condolences
— In 1962 Milo was one of the first people we met...………...because he was our mailman. …
— Milo (andBettie) we’re incredibly generous to us when we moved into our first home - …
— I first met Milo as the father of two of my students. - Nice man. …
"Saw this online today and seemed very appropriate. RIP Dad"