Lee Funeral Home

11840 Highway 90, Little River, SC


Milton A Skipper

27 February , 195614 November , 2019

Milton A Skipper was born on 27 February , 1956 and passed away on 14 November , 2019.


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Milton A Skipper

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Connie Chavis

17 November 2019

Tony was a very nice man, we enjoyed having him at the Dillon P.H. Church. He knew he was always welcome. Tony would sometimes go to the alter during alter call. He was always nice and loved to fellowship with everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. We know the family’s hearts are broken. Our hearts are broken too. We love each and everyone of you. God Bless each one of you. With Deepest Sympathy 🙏.

Susan Skipper

16 November 2019

Uncle Tony,
I know u are resting with my dad, your mom & your wife now. Only Lord knows how long you have toughed this journey out & how hard the struggle has been for you without them. The pain is over now. I will never forget when u stayed with us! The cooking on the grill and endless NASCAR races we watched seemed to be the highlight of our weekends.. I will never forget you and my dad fighting like siblings do but y'all always made up somehow like always.. Thats what true brotherly love is all about. You gave us a good example of never holding onto grudges no matter what the circumstances were. You will always be loved and missed ! RIP & hug my dad for me! :)

Linda Skipper

15 November 2019

I never had brothers growing up but when I married your brother Randall I was given three brothers and another sister Angel. We have many fond memories of you. Like how you always cared for family. You truly loved us all. You took care of those that needed it. Then when you met and married Susan she became one of the best friends I ever had. Giving us Dallas and Christy to love. You are with Jesus and family who made the journey before you. RIP brother until we meet again.

Dallas Knotts

15 November 2019

God saw your struggle was anough God opened a door for you to see your grandkids for the first time this weekend.you held on that long you were the only father figure ive ever knew and thank you.you go and tell Justin mom and your mother my grandma that we said hey and we love them and we are down here missing y'all😞😞but always live in our hearts.i love you daddy 😞😞you go rest high on that mountain. BoBo