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William H. "Will" Milham

William H. "Will" Milham

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September 21, 2013
When thinking of Will, I remember him as always having things under control or atleast believing he did.
Whether as a busy todler at play, or as an adult when we spoke at family gatherings- HE HAD A PLAN.
My sense was that his vision was always forward looking (thru the windshield and not the rear view mirror). I guess that's what made him so magnetic.
"Everybody" loves him and misses him.
Will, I know your in good company with Grandpa Henry, Grandpa Mil and Uncle Henry.
Happy Birthday Wil
September 21, 2013
Happy Birthday Will!!! Will always had the entire Friendly's restaurant laughing by the end of our visit for our ice cream sundaes. I'll never forget the time that he had the whole room laughing and then the huge banner on the window fell on Grampa Mill. I hope the sundae's and laughs are just as good up in heaven as they were when we were little kids. Love you cousin Will.
September 21, 2013
Will, thinking of you today, and of all who love you and will miss you today and always.
September 20, 2013
How does one become so selfless, kind and loving? I am so fortunate to have had a brother that loved me and my family so unconditionally and so truly. You were such an amazing man - one that never waived in your beliefs, your loyalty or love for your family and friends.
I am devastated that my girls will not know their Uncle Will. That they will not know you for all your goodness. I am completely heartbroken that they will not get to have all the uncle experiences that you have been plotting and planning for at least the last decade. I make you the promise that they will know how much you loved them and how you would do anything for them! They will know you through the stories I tell. I promise!
For your birthday this year we will carry on your favorite traditions - dinner at Chili's and cheesecake for dessert. We really wish that you were there with us. I love you and miss you so much it hurts! xo
September 20, 2013
I have really enjoyed reading all the memories shared. What a great way to focus on all the good times we had with Wil.

For me, as I spend time reflecting and looking back, I smile thinking about how special Wil was to me. Being so close in age, we spent a lot of time together at all the birthday parties, pool parties and sleep overs having so much fun. But what I remember most was that when I was around Wil, I always felt important and at home.

Even after moving away and not seeing each other for years, then reconneting again at Chrissy's wedding, it was just like old times. Having spent that time together again as adults, means so much to me and makes me so glad that we had that opportunity to connect, because I will cherish it forever.

Wil was a one of a kind and will always be in my heart. Happy Birthday Wil.
September 20, 2013
There are so many special memories that I had shared with Will. He was a special cousin and friend. His laugh was definitely contagious and his wittiness was always so unique. He was hillarious at such a very young age. I can remember him just putting everyone in stiches and I will never forget him dressing in a little suit carrying a brief case like he was a business man going to work. He was really one of a kind. I also remember seeing him occasionally at Siena while taking courses. We would hang out and have great chats. Gosh, we would have wonderful, meaningful and extremely intelligent conversations, especially after Chrissy's wedding reception and then our midnight run for fast food. This really makes you cherish the time we have with each other. Happy Birthday, Will. I love you and miss you so much. You are in my heart forever!
September 18, 2013
One of the great things I remember about Will was his laugh. He would laugh so hard, that it made the moments even funnier. We would play jokes on each other as kids and sometimes they were so funny that Will would get into this long uncontrollable laugh. It was so fun when he was laughing, because I knew we were having the best of times.

I look back on it today and I wish we would have laughed together more as adults. It brings a smile to me when I think of Will laughing. I've never known anyone to laugh and enjoy life like Will.

Another thing that was uplifting and inspiring to me is when he made the decision to move to Boston to be near Chrissy, John and his nieces. He said to me, it's time for me to be an uncle and that's what I'm going to focus on.

You will always be missed, but never forgotten. I thank you for the time we spent together and the memories you have left me. Your smile and heartfelt laughter was contagious.

Love,

Ricky
September 17, 2013
Will, I know you are still here in spirit with your family. I know how much you love them. Please bring your Mother Ben, Father Ronnie, and Sister Chrissy the strength they will need to celebrate your birthday and smile at the memories you have created together over the years. They love you so much and I know you will join them in the celebration of your life this weekend. Happy Birthday Will. We miss you.
September 17, 2013
Will was always the smart cousin which is saying a lot in the Milham family. As with all of us, we could go many years without any communication and when we finally see each other the conversation picks up right where it left off. His stories were always humorous, they were usually of some crazy time he had with his buddies or something that had meaning and you could learn from. Will was a special individual, actually the odd ball milham but god forbid if he didn't make us laugh and be our comic relief. A special cousin to me that will never be forgotten until I see him again on those greener pastures.
September 17, 2013
Will, I can't believe it's been three months since your passing. I think about you all the time, and continue to be heartbroken that your life ended way too short.

I am so happy that you were in such a good place in your life, having realized your dream of owning a martial arts studio, and living in such a beautiful place close to Chrissy, John & the girls. I feel so sad that you are no longer here with everyone who loves you but I just know, and am comforted, that you are in good company in Heaven with Grandpa Mil, your grandpa & uncle.

We, as cousins, shared so many great memories growing up that I will always remember and cherish; walks to the candy store, swimming, playing Marco Polo & nighttime Hide-and-go-seek, fireworks/4th of July celebrations, pizza parties, “working” at the store... Thank you for always being patient and kind with us girls playing “restaurant” and “house”, talking about boys, and just being silly. You were insightful and wise beyond your years, always had a funny story to share, and were quick with a joke.

Will, you were one-of-a kind, loving, intelligent, witty, and creative, and will forever hold a special place in my heart, and with everyone who knew you.

Love Always,

“Weez”

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