Milton W. Halford went to be with his Lord Saturday July 12, 2014. He was born in Ulm, AR to Sherman and Martha Halford on August 14, 1942. He was a well know CPA in Little Rock, Arkansas for 45 years. He loved his clients & loved to talk on the phone. Most of all he loved his Lord Jesus Christ & Church, serving in every capacity from President to Elder. He was a graduate of the University of Arkansas, serving on many boards in Little Rock. He sold his practice in 2007 and moved to Lawrenceville GA to be close to family. He leaves his wife Tommie Halford (8th grade sweetheart). Four children, Mark Halford (Sheila) of Bebee, AR, daughter Hope Larisey (Frank) of Newnan, GA, Step son John Cox (Pam) of London, KY, Step daughter Robin Smith (Norm) of Lawrenceville, GA. Six grand-children Stormye Hope Stevens of Dallas, TX, Byars, Baylee, Bryson Halford of Bebee, AR, Kent Smith of Lawrenceville, GA, Whitney Saville (Mike) of Lawrenceville, GA, and 2 great grandsons Hudson and Noah Saville. Two brothers Al Halford(Leanne) of Jacksonville, AR, and Carl (Susan) of Melbourne, FL and Numerous nephews and nieces. in lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Living Faith Lutheran Church, Cumming GA, North Metro Baptist Church, Lawrenceville or the Cancer Foundation. A memorial will be held in Little Rock, AR at a later date.

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  1. I miss him all ready. I’m sure he and Dana are catching up on all the gossip. Love you Tommie. We will all meet again.

  2. Rest in Peace Milton. Your brother Carl’s best friend Fred Zorn. Remember you well in high school.

  3. Milton was much loved by all who were fortunate enough to have met him. I will truly miss our long conversations and the advice and friendship we have shared throughout the years. He was always there to listen and offer suggestions, and always forgiving for not following his advice. Will miss him, but we will meet again one day soon.

  4. Oh, Tommie and family, my heart is heavy. Milton was a good friend for many years. Even when he moved away, we wanted him to prepare our taxes. I take comfort in knowing he no longer suffers and has assumed his place in heaven. He and Gary are telling each other how much they loved their families and that they didn’t want to leave us. They haven’t really left…we just can’t see them…but we can feel their spirits. They will watch over us…

  5. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family in this sad and difficult time. Gosh how Milton will be missed. In all the years we’ve known him, he was much more our friend than our accountant. I will miss our phone conversations filled with his advice, his knowledge, his insight, but most of all, his laughter. Milton was a good man with such a good heart. He will be missed by many.

  6. Milton was my friend for 40 years of living, now our friendship changes in form but continues.

  7. Milton was a true friend, in addition to being my accountant, for a lot of years. I will never forget Milton setting up his ten key adding machine on my dining room table and preparing my tax return. What service!

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