Milton-Long-Obituary

Milton Long

Port Clinton, Ohio

Jul 10, 1917 – Aug 10, 2017 (Age 100)

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(News story) PORT CLINTON - Milton "Butch" Long, a longtime carpenter and competitive shooter who lived most of his life in and around Port Clinton, died Thursday in Edgewood Manor Nursing Care here. He was 100.He died of internal bleeding, said his son, Milton Long, Jr.The senior Mr....

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Thanks to all who posted. A lot of comfort and love here. We are deeply grateful for Mom and Pop's lives, our hometown, people near and far who knew and loved them too, people who have supported and shared memories with us. As Pop would say, life is, after all, good.

Uncle Butch and Aunt Ethel were best friends of the Stubbins clan for 3 generations. We are so sorry to see him go, but now the 2 of them are together once again forever.

We always looked forward to a trip from Findlay up to the farm on Darr Hopfinger Rd. We knew that there would be fun, good food, and laughs for everyone. We also knew there would be plenty of stories to listen to.

Uncle Butch will be missed by all that were lucky enough to know him! May the Good Lord...

Sorry to hear of your loss Milt and Debbie. I always enjoyed taking my mom (Butch always called her Blondie) to visit Butch when I came to Port Clinton. It was a joy to hear the two of them relive old times. My sympathy to both of you.

Sorry for your loss. I would go each day for lunch with my Mom, Elizabeth Patchett, at Edgewood Manor Nursing home, Milton sat at the same table each day with my Mom and several other residents. I enjoyed my time each day visiting with them. My Mom passed away on May 13th, 2017. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Cathy (Patchett) Davenport

He Did Well

I remember Milton, Jr. Very well, and I can see how he became such a fine person. Such an impressive life of an intelligent, hard working and loving man, and what a wonderful role model for his children and grandchildren. Heaven gained another Angel.

Milt and Debbie sorry to hear of your dad's passing our prayers are with you

R.I.P. Uncle Butch. much love sent to you

We met Milt in 1986 through ORPA and working with the Jr. Smallbore Program at Camp Perry.
Milt was very helpful to us and encouraged us.
Milt left a friendly mark on many of us in shooting sports that will continue to carry on.
Russ & Vickie Evans
NRA National Matches Jr. Smallbore Camp - Camp Perry - ORPA Smallbore, CMP State Directors Ohio.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.