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Milton Clifford Amos Jr

Milton Clifford Amos Jr

October 29, 1926 - February 26, 2011

Milton Clifford Amos Jr

October 29, 1926 - February 26, 2011

Obituary

Amos, Milton C., Jr., 84, Of Richmond, Died At Johnston-Willis Hospital And Went To Meet The Lord On Saturday, February 26, 2011. He Will Endure No More Pain And Suffering. May He Rest In Peace. He Was Born In Powhatan, Va., On October 29, 1926. He Is Survived By His Wife Of 63 Years, Emily Mazelle (Vick) Amos; His Daughter, Sandra Amos Kidwell And Her Husband, James E. Jim; Grandson, Nathan E. Daniel Of Powhatan; Nieces; Nephews; One Sister-In-Law, June Amos Of Maidens; And His Loyal Companion, Skipper, 15 Years Old, Who Was Always By His Side. He Was Preceded In Death By His Mother, Betty Grady Amos, His Father, Milton C. Amos, Five Brothers And Three Sisters. Milton Served In The Us Navy And Was Honorably Discharged As A Machinists Mate Third Class (Cb)V6 On August 7, 1946. He Attended Berean Baptist Church. His Family Knew Him As A Loving Husband, Father, And Grandfather. His Life Centered Around His Family And Skipper. He Loved To Fish, Bowl, Golf, Watch Sports And Work In The Yard When He Was Able. He Had Many Friends Who Knew Him As A Kind And Loyal Friend. He Retired From Philip Morris After Serving 38 Years. The Family Will Receive Friends 2 To 4 And 6 To 8 P.M., Tuesday, March 1, 2011, At Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd. (Rte. 10), Richmond. A Graveside Funeral Service Will Be Held 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, In Washington Memorial Park, 6217 Memorial Drive, Sandston.

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3 responses to Milton Clifford Amos Jr

  1. Julie Donald says:

    Dearest Sandy & Family,
    Deepest sympathy to each of you at this difficult time.

  2. WE ALL KNOW,THAT THIS TIME WILL COME FOR ALL OF US ONE DAY,BUT IT HAS COME SOONER THEN WE WANTED, FOR UNCLE JUNIOR AND HIS FAMILY.
    ALL I CAN DO NOW IS PRAY FOR GOD TO COMFORT HIS LOVED ONES,I TRUST THAT ALL OF THOSE LEFT TO GO ON WILL BE READY TO MEET GOD AND UNCLE JUNIOR IN HEAVEN WHEN IT IS OUR TIME TO GO.

    IT IS NOT MUCH COMFORT NOW IN THE HOUR OF DESPAIR THAT MY AUNT AND MY COUSIN AND HER FAMILY ARE GOING THROUGH.

    BUT MY PRAY’S ARE WITH YOU AND FOR YOU FOR THE STRENGTH TO ENDURE THE DAYS THAT ARE TO COME.

    GOD WILL LIFT YOU UP AND CARRY YOU WHEN YOU ARE LOW IN SPIRIT.EVEN WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE I THINK I MIGHT JUST MAKE IT TODAY, HE WILL STILL BE THERE HELPING YOU.

    REMEMBER YOU ARE ALL LOVED AND WE WILL BE THINKING OF YOU IN OUR PRAY’S, AND WHEN OUR MINDS REST ON YOU WE WILL WHISPER A PRAYER YOUR WAY.BY THE GRACE OF GOD HE WILL SEE YOU ALL THROUGH.

    LOVE ALWAYS
    PAT,CLATUS,SAM AND KIM

  3. We wish to extend our sincerest sympathies to all the family and want you to know our prayers continue to be with all of you. He will be missed and we agree his suffering and pain no longer exists. The Lord be praised for that too.

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