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Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home

994 E Altamonte DR, Altamonte Springs, FL

OBITUARY

Sam "Milo" Milosevich

March 22, 1937March 14, 2020
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Sam Milosevich, 82, who resided with his wife Gwen at Village on the Green, Longwood, FL, passed away Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 11:45 p.m. He was born March 22, 1937 in Steubenville a son of the late Rade & Edith DiGeorge Milosevich. He was the retired general manager of Wayne Jewelers and the former Holiday Distributors. Preceding Sam in death was his brother Duke.

Surviving are his wife Gwen Truluck Milosevich; daughters Kim (Jim) Hays of Altamonte Springs, FL & Kris (Chad Leininger) Milosevich of Sebastian, FL; two grandchildren Tyler & Sydney; and sister JoAnn Doyle.

Our dear husband, father, grandfather and friend deserves a beautiful tribute. However, we appreciate in this unknown time with the COVID-19 pandemic that attending a visitation may not be in your best health interest. Please be with us in prayer. Offer Condolences at www.baldwinfairchildeastaltamonte.com

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Michelle Law

March 22, 2020

I have been fortunate to have known Sam and Gwen for around 20 years! What a great couple! Sam had such a sense of fun and humor about him. Anytime Sam was around, he would fill the room with his lively energy’s day zest for life ! I always looked forward to seeing both he and Gwen as they were so kind and welcoming. Sam, my shared birthday partner... you will be missed! Misty

Justin Tegano

March 21, 2020

I first met Sam at Wayne's at the Mall when my mom took me in there as a little boy in the early 80's. Growing up I really got to know him well. I have so many memories of him. Drinking wine in the stag room, our meetings at the store in Hollywood Plaza, dinners at the Gaslight, visiting him frequently at his house after he retired, and more recently traveling to visit him in Florida every year since he moved there. I so looked forward to the visits in Florida. We would spend hours talking about everyone "up at home". We shared so many laughs, and these last few years, we shared tears when we said our goodbye's.
I'll miss him so much.
I love you "Milo".

Janice Adrian

March 21, 2020

My deepest sympathy to Gwen ,daughters and families ..
Sam was a very special person ..
He always had a smile on his face ..
Loved him .❤️

Jim LaRue

March 21, 2020

I was fortunate to spend time with Sam over the years working across the street from one another at the mall. Sam always had kind words and his wonderful smile that he blessed all of us with. You all have my deepest sympathy. Jim, Emily & Family

Doug Myslinski

March 20, 2020

One of the truly great people in this world. Uncle Sam could light up a room like no other. So many great memories from parties at the house to buying my engagement ring to over serving him with jack and cokes at the annual Christmas Eve party. I know my family always more than enjoyed our great times with the entire Milosevich family. My heart breaks for you Kimmy Chrissy and Aunt Gwen. Love you guys tons and will forever miss that great man.

Denise Franckhauser

March 20, 2020

I worked for Sam at the Fort Steuben Mall and then at Hollywood Plaza. I loved Sam and he was always so good to me. He loved his family so much and was so proud of all of them. I am so sorry to Gwen and his daughters for their loss. Thank you Sam for giving me such a good job when I really needed one.

Bob Villamagna

March 20, 2020

I met Sam when I was kid of around 14 working across the street from Holiday Distributors. We formed a friendship that lasted over 50 years. I finer man would be hard to find. So many memories of him will keep him alive in memory. Deepest condolences and prayers to the family

Gregg & Mary DeSantis

March 19, 2020

What a great person
Best stuffed hot pepper eater ever

We will miss him

Gregg & Mary

Michelle Tedreau

March 19, 2020

I remember going with my Daddy to Holiday Distributors on 4th Street to see Sammy, where Daddy bought me my very first ring, a blue star sapphire . I still have that ring today. When Sammy was at the Fort Steuben Mall and then Hollywood Plaza, I still frequented his store and bought beautiful jewelry from him. What a gentleman. Rest in peace, Sammy!

Joe Hammer

March 19, 2020

Sorry to hear of Sam's passing. He was a wonderful gentleman. My condolences to his family members. RIP my dear friend.

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