December 11, 1938 – August 19, 2018
Milton Iskow passed away on Sunday, August 19, 2018. Milton was born in Washington DC on December 11, 1938. For many years he worked in Real Estate selling new homes throughout the Washington DC area. He was a classical music aficionado, an avid sailor, a maker of violins, a collector of antique telephones and coffee grinders, a maker of music boxes and furniture, and a lover of dogs. Milton fulfilled one of his lifetime dreams by sailing his 34 foot Sailboat Reverie from Annapolis to Bermuda and back to Annapolis. Milton was proud of his service in the Army National Guard. He is survived by his wife, Martha Cross Blakely; his two children from previous marriages, Stephen Edward Iskow and Elisabeth Dyan Warner; three grandchildren; and his brother Kenneth Iskow. A Visitation will be held at the John M. Taylor Funeral Home 147 Duke of Gloucester St, Annapolis, MD 21401on Monday, August 27, 2018 from 2 to 5 PM, at such time Funeral Services will begin at 5 PM, followed by a reception at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. An online guest book is available at www.johnmtaylorfuneralhome.com .
- Alzheimer's Association
- Visitation Monday, August 27, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, August 27, 2018
- Reception Monday, August 27, 2018
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August 24, 2018
My family and i express our condolences for the loss of your husband. May His Soul Rest In Perfect Peace.
August 23, 2018
Mrs. Martha and Family,
Our deepest condolences for your loss you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Howard & Tina Hicks
August 23, 2018
Milton was a dear friend of mine. I have known him for 50 years. In a way he was many things, a devoted husband and father, a connoisseur of art and antiques, a sailor, lover of vintage cars, and a welcoming friend to anyone who had the opportunity to enjoy his company . One of his sterling qualities was his ability to speak with everyone in a kind and accepting manner. In short, Milton was what you would want as a friend. There are so many good memories in relation to our friendship that I am at a loss to point out one specific event. They were all good. I shall remember him fondly and it was my good fortune to have known him as a friend.
I pray for his devoted wife and family. May God ease the pain of their loss. I could go on, but what else to say about this gentle man? I am heartbroken.