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Milo C. Bragg

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Milo was a kind and generous man, a friend I will miss. Sincerely, Tom Walter, Grand Rapids, Ohio.

Jane and family. Sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Howard and Cork Buxton, Salem, Ohio

Jane, so very sorry for your loss. I grew up with that family & we had many good times as kids, he was a good guy! Praying for you & your family. Sharon, Andecover, Myers,Smith

Jane, Jesse, and Family,
So sorry to hear about your loss. I met Milo at the Ohio Long Rifle Show in Marietta several years ago and he was such a friendly and likeable guy. He was always willing to share his knowledge. We will miss him dearly..

Jane, Jesse, and all the family,
I am so sorry for your untimely loss. Milo was a great guy that I'm so glad to have had in my life. Vietnam vet, union laborer, and a very knowledgeable guy. I looked up to him and hoped someday I would shoot as well as him. He helped lay block and chimney at our new house during the summer of 2010 and we got to share many stories and even did a little gun trading. Milo will live on in my heart as he will in yours.

My deepest condolences to you both Jesse and Janie. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Jane & Jesse and Family
We were very saddened to hear of your sudden loss. Milo will be missed on the firing line by many of us. He was one of a kind.
We pray that time will heal your grief and replace it with fond memories.

Jesse, Our thoughts are with you and your entire family during this time of loss.

I met Milo when building the Mean Streak roller coaster and only then did I discover that he and I are second cousins (my father's middle name is Bragg as his mother's maiden name was Bragg).
My deepest condolences to all who knew and loved him. He was a wonderful guy.


Milo's Obituary

Milo C. Bragg, 64, of State Route 590, Bettsville, OH passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at Memorial Hospital in Fremont, OH. He was born on October 12, 1948 in Fremont to Elmer C. and Mary Ruth (Maurer) Bragg. Milo served in the U.S. Marine Corps during Vietnam and was awarded the National...

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