“Charlie was my hero. We both brought back very special wives from Belgium and France. He and his wife Florie were very special. We miss them so much. They enriched our lives. We thank God for the time we spent with them.
We will miss Charlie very much.
He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it
A conversation never became dull for any length of time with Charlie in it
We had many laughs with him over the 20 years we lived and knew him in Georgia
Liz and Bob Ledbetter
“Clark, Garry and Claudine -
Am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. The Milioti's were a very strong family and I recall your Dad buying those small Honda motorcycles and my crashing one into the side of your house. Your grandmother was a joy and we always admired the culture and strength of your family. Your Mom's cooking was an experience ! They truly had a zest for life! Your Mom and your Dad gave you faith, and now they have peace. My thoughts are with you.
“Clark and Family,
Very sorry for the loss of your father.They certainly don't make them like that anymore. Would have loved to have had a long long conversation with him.Like you said, a man of the greatest generation.
“Clark and family
So sad to hear of your fathers passing. I was able to get a sense of what a special man he was by reading about him. Our sincere condolences.
“Clark and family,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I really got a sense of the man he was through his obit. Our condolences at the loss of your beloved and wonderful father.
“To Claudine, Garry and Clark,
Sorry to her of your loss. I just read of your Dad's passing in the Press. I just wanted to say that I remember him always being a kind person to everyone that had visited your house in Margate. He always had a story to tell. I remember the time I took pictures of your niece with your Dad in the backyard. And how he and your Mom sat through my concert slide show. How about the time your folks sheltered us during that snowstorm. My thoughts are with you and...
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MILIOTI, CHARLES - The Greatest Generation lost another member when Charles Milioti died peacefully on November, 14 2012 in Cartersville, GA. He was 92. Born the 11th child to a farming family in Hammonton, Milioti enjoyed an experience-rich life all over the world, eventually returning to New...Read More