Dr. Stephen C. Milt

Plymouth, Massachusetts

Jun 12, 1938 – Feb 23, 2019


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Dr. Stephen C. Milt, age 80, of Plymouth passed away at home on Saturday, February 23, 2019 following a year-long illness. Stephen Milt was born on June 12, 1938 to Harry and Beatrice (Weinstein) Milt in New York, NY. He was raised in Washington, DC, Mount Vernon, VA and Queens, NY, graduating...

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Many years ago a very frightened set of parents brought their 9 year old son to the pediatricians office with severe eye pain and swelling. After being admitted to the hospital, Dr. Milt was called in. His successful diagnosis and treatment prevented what might have been serious eye damage.. We were not only grateful for his medical expertise but for the kindness he showed our family at a difficult time. More than 40 years have past and we have not forgotten Dr. Milt. We are saddened at...

I am deeply saddened to hear of Dr. Milt's passing. I enjoyed working for him Back in the 70's and again in the 90's. He was such a kind gentle man. Ellen, my heart goes out to you and your family.

With sincere sympathy,
LuAnn Briggs

so very sad for you and the boys Ellen. I know he fought the good fight. . He was a kind and gentle man. My condolences to you and the boys and their families.

Our condolences to the Milt family. We were so sad to hear of Stephen's passing. I have amazing memories of a man full of joy and love of life and he was a pleasure to be around zt the office. Always full of stories about his family and adventures and shared them with such vibrance. He will be sorely missed by anyone who knew him. Sincerely roger and Linda pederzani

To the family of Steve Milt -

We are very sorry to hear of your loss of Steve. He was such an accomplished, kind, and generous man. Steve will be missed by all of us at South Shore Folk Music Club.

With sympathy,

Joanne and Keith Buchanan
South Shore Folk Music Club at First Parish Duxbury

I am so sorry to hear of Dr Milts passing. My parents and i were patents of his for many years.
When Dr milt came to Jordan Hospital. I was privileged to have worked with him in the Operating Room.
There are not enough words to say about what a wonderful person that he was. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace in Heaven, My deepest sympathy to his wife and family.
Richard Sommi

We only knew Dr. Milt by virtue of being his patients for many decades but we thought of him as a trusted friend and always enjoyed reconnecting with him over the years, albeit in the exam chair. He brought genuine caring and humanity to a field where one is often treated as just the next appointment. The news of the passing of this kind and gentle man is cause for much sadness. Our sincere condolences to all.

Kathleen Vickery and Joseph Notini

Dear Ellen, we are so sorry for your loss. Steve was our ophthalmologist for several years and we also enjoyed knowing him at the South Shore Folk Music Club. He was a fine man. Pat and Bill.