Milton Aston

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Aston, Milton L. DALLAS -- Milton L. Aston, age 80, passed away May 5, 2014, at his home. Memorial service: Memorial services will be at 5:00 on Thursday, May 8, at Clearwater Community Church, 1850 Greenville Avenue, Suite 157, Richardson, Tx 75081. Memorials: In lieu of flowers please honor Milton with a remembrance to Wounded Warrior Project or Humane Society of Dallas. Milton was born December 14, 1933, in Fort Worth, Texas. He grew up in Fort Worth and graduated from Carter Riverside High School and attended Texas Christian University where he majored in geology. Milton was a proud Eagle Scout and served as lst Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Signal Corps as Company Commander of an Electronic Warfare Company stationed at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. He enjoyed 37 years with Texas Instruments and retired as World Wide Operations Planning Manager for TI's Memory Products Division. TI sent Milton to Germany, Italy, Japan, Singapore, among other locations around the world. Milton had a great sense of humor and a wonderful memory, he was a fine fisherman, a fierce Domino player and a great cook. After retiring from TI, Milton enjoyed duplicate bridge and quickly became a Life Master. Milton enjoyed a lifelong relationship with his Carter Riverside classmates and attended monthly lunches with his class as long as he could travel. He kept in touch with friends from the Army and from TI all of his life and his family and friends will miss him dearly. Survivors: Milton is survived by his child Mark Aston (Karen), and step children Greg Thomas (Leslie) and Linda Thomas. He was preceded in death by his older brother Elwin E. Aston and is survived by his younger brother Harry Aston (Pat) of Garland, his sister-in-law Gloria Aston, nieces and nephews and special friend Marcia Varel. The family wishes to thank Kaye Johnson and Kathy Griffin for their loving care at the end of Milton's life. Wiley Funeral Home Granbury, 817-573-3000



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Wiley Funeral Home
400 Highway 377 East Granbury, TX 76048
(817) 573-3000
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Published in Dallas Morning News on May 7, 2014
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