William M. Milton

William M. Milton

William M. Milton

William M. Milton of Tukwila, Washington, passed away unexpectedly on May 2, 2017 at his home.  Born July 8, 1944 in Seattle, the son of the late Verne E. and Mary E. Milton, he attended Lake Washington High School and retired from NW Pension Administrators as the associate coordinator of Western Conference Teamsters after more than 43 years of service.


Surviving are three daughters, Casey Johnson, Carey McCulla, Colleen Harper; one son, Daniel Milton; nine grandchildren, Molly, William, Henry, Adelaide, Oliver, Corinna, Preston, Sean, and Alexandra; and two brothers Verne E. (Mike) Milton, and Walter Milton.


Friends and Family will be gathering in Woodinville WA on Sunday May 21st to celebrate his life.

One Response to “William M. Milton”

  • CAREY Lynn Milton says:

    I miss you so much dad I love you. You taught me so much and I miss our snuggled like when I was a little girl scratching your back and you getting me a ba cocoa warm while I watched cartoons and you did your crossword puzzle. I will always remember our walks and finding cool rocks. All the amazing food you introduced me too like escargot, chicken hearts, fondue, and authentic Chinese cuisine. I loved how we both loved poetry your favorite being Robert Frost. You taught us how to draw characters monkeys and dogs and funny people with a big nose. You loved us so much each one of us, I remember playing jungle gym with you and walking on your back, fishing at grandma’s and walking on the beach. You used to eat limpits or top hats as we called them. You will always be my hero Dad I love you and I know your smiling down on me from Heaven I cant wait to see you again but until that time comes I will hold your memories close in my heart. I hope your golfing and playing baseball fly fishing and eating dll kinds of delicious food. I love you tell God I said Hi and give “Grandma” Mary Elizabeth hugs and snuggles from me.

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