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Nurturer caregiver fierce defender of country and the underdog Milton Katz passed away March 25 2018 at his home in Poquoson. He was surrounded by the enduring love of his wife of 52 years Alexandra B. Katz and his children Jordana Treadwell and Deborah (Jeremy) Rycus. He is survived by grandchildren Brandon (Camron) Treadwell Abby Treadwell Carson Treadwell Max Rycus and Leo Rycus. Milton had the kind of compassion that could move mountains and a sense of honor that drove his intense passion for doing the right thing everytime. That included moving his parents and sister to Virginia from Brooklyn to provide hands-on care for each of them until the time of their passing. First and foremost in his heart were his wife and daughters. He radiated love for his girls their significant others and eventually his beloved grandchildren. He gushed about them. Teared up at the sight of them and waited to hear their voices at his bedside before he passed. As a 20-year officer in the Air Force Vietnam veteran Riverside Hospital administrator and dedicated Poquoson community volunteer Milton was adored by friends around the globe. No one was kinder gentler or more interested in the details that made people unique. He took pride in caring selflessly for anyone who came into his life. Once people came into Milton’s orbit they were his--forever wrapped in the same loyalty and devotion he gave to his own family. The Katz family wishes to thank “Team Milton--” his tireless caregivers friends and family--for their support. A memorial service to honor his memory will be held at 7:00 pm on Wednesday March 28 at the Peninsula Jewish Community Center 401 City Center Blvd Newport News VA 23606. In lieu of flowers Milton’s family requests donations be sent to the Poquoson Volunteer Rescue Squad 830 Poquoson Avenue Poquoson VA 23662. A burial at Arlington National Cemetery will follow at a later date.
Published in Daily Press on Mar. 27, 2018
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