Milo Ray Kingsbury, Jr.

milo kingsbury, jr.

June 13, 1925 ~ January 18, 2011

Born in: Gloversville, New York,
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA

Milo Ray Kingsbury, Jr. of Stone Mountain, GA born June 13, 1925 in Gloversville, New York passed away on Tuesday, January 18, 2011. He was preceded in death by his parents Milo Ray Kingsbury and Mary H. Kingsbury. He is survived by his wife of 67 years Eleanor Kingsbury, daughters and sons-in-law; Elizabeth and Doug Harrison, Susan and David Laird, Nancy and Richard Baart; grandchildren, Casey Harrison, Carly Harrison, Nell Aydlotte, Zan Aydlotte, Lynne Overton, Susan Surace-Utz, and Laura Meagher; 9 great grandchildren, 1 great great grandchild . Mr. Kingsbury was a WWII U.S. Army Veteran. He retired from Northern Telecom as VP of sales. He was a loving, Husband, Father, and Grandfather, and enjoyed playing golf.

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  1. Milo had the knack of making everyone feel they were special – even a young, brand new employee. He will be sadly missed. My prayers go out to his family. Please know that God is with you and that Milo is safe with God.

  2. Milo was the essence of a gentleman. He was kind, understanding, a great person to work for and with.
    I always compared other executives to see how they compared to Milo.
    HIs love of family, golf and friends will live forever.
    He taught me to enjoy the great Chateau Neuf De Pape wine, and to this day I think of him everytime I see a bottle or see it on a menu.
    Heaven has a new star, and we down here have lost a part of our heart.

  3. Milo had a wonderful smile, great personality and a soothing comforting voice which I have missed for some time now. We will miss his E-Mails and jokes. His Sister JuneDon

  4. I will always treasure the visits that I had with Uncle Milo when he came to visit my grandparents. His laughter filled the home and his charm invited all into the conversation. I remember walks down to Drakes, the corner store, and will think of him whenever I enjoy a fudgesicle. He will certainly be missed. His family is in my prayers during this time of sorrow in their lives.

  5. Milo was a such a gentleman and a wonderful man to work for. He made you feel special when you walked in the room with that wonderful smile and the twinkle in his eyes. I will miss his emails and jokes but most of all I will miss him. I know he will be watching all of us, for God certainly has new a angel in Heaven and his name is Milo. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  6. Grandfather’s loving smile and contagious laugh will always be etched in my memory. He was such a loving and kind man. I will miss all his jokes and emails as they always brightened my day.

  7. I first met Milo and his wife Eleanor at the marriage of their granddaughter Laura. What an elegant and handsome couple they were. My heart goes out to his devoted daughter Nancy, my very dear friend. I know how important you and your father were to each other and how much you will miss him. Your friends mourn with you.

  8. I was so sorry to learn of my best friend Nancy’s loss of her dad Milo.I remember when he and Eleanor would come and visit Nancy and Dick and I would stop by, they would go out on the porch and we would all have nice talks. He would have lots of tales to tell.We sat next to them at Laura and Kevins wedding, such nice people.I know Nancy is hurting very much right now. Time will heal, but we never forget our loved ones.

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