Milton H Raphaelson

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My experinces with Milton was always positive. A true professional who never minced words, "he would tell it the way it was!"

My condolances to the Raphaelson Family

Daniel Dorr

To Candee, Hank, Laurie and Jeff, You were so very blessed all these years to have a man like your father to call "DAD". He was a perfect example of a mench. My Uncle Sid loved him as a brother and we loved him too. May all your wonderful memories bring a smile to your faces and a feeling of warmth in your hearts.


Susan (Bauman) Gilligan

I am so sorry for your loss, he was an amazing man, that helped me and my son and other family members when he resided in Dudley, my words don't express enough what a wonderful soul he was.
Candee I am so sorry, I was a friend of Wayne's also.
May he Rest in Peace

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Publicly Milt was an outstanding man!!
Family wise there isn't even a word that can describe him. I will miss his smiles, jokes, knowledge, etc. etc. With loving memories his neice chichi

To the Raphaelson family,
May we offer our most sincere condolences to the Raphaelson family. He was a longtime friend and colleague and we will rejoice at the honor and privilege having known him so long.

Thomas J. Noonan/CM Worcester District Court

Henry, very sorry to hear of your loss. My condolences to the Raphaelson Family.
Wayne,Susan and Helen Zarozny

Henry and Family- I used to work with your dad, "Mutzi," uncle Al and Zede Harry, at the market on Pleasant Street...50 yrs ago. He had his law office there. I saw him a couple of times on my trips back to Worcester over the years to visit my cousins, the Silvers. He was one of my favorite people, a real Mensch. Sorry for your loss.

My condolences to the Raphaelson family. I grew up with Milton (Mutzi) in Worcester and unfortunately haven't seen him but for two or three times in the past 70 plus years, but I never forgot him. He was that kind of guy. The world is a better place for him having been in it. I will continue to rmmber and think of him.


Milton's Obituary

Honorable Judge Milton H. Raphaelson, 83, of Holden formerly of Sturbridge and Worcester, retired First Justice of Dudley District Court, passed away peacefully Sunday, February 9th 2014 at the Ichabod Washburn Hospice with his loving family gathered beside him after a lengthy and courageous...

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