Philip Milazo

April 23, 1935February 12, 2021

Philip Milazo, 85, of Jacksonville, FL passed away February 12, 2021. He was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 23, 1935. He graduated from Detroit High School and received an Associates Degree from FSCJ.

He was married to Barbara Milazo on August 9th, 1996. Philip retired from the United States Navy and the Jacksonville Sherriff’s Office. He was a member of the American Legion Post 129 and had a passion for fishing, playing cards, and grilling.

He was survived by Heather Lindsay and Lonnie Lee, Michelle and Lorena Milazo. Stepchildren: John C. and Josh Gravenor, and Jessica Reed. Grandchildren: Ashton, Jordan and Brandon Lee, Holly Ward and Jared Gravenor, Justin and Joshlyn Gravenor, Josiah and Joselyn Chaitovicz. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Funeral arrangements will be held at 12pm on March 13th, 2021 at the American Legion Post 129 in Jacksonville Beach, FL.

Condolences can be made in his honor to a charity of your choice.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of HARDAGE-GIDDENS FUNERAL HOME Jacksonville Beach FL


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Rosaleen Rayman

February 25, 2021

I was in my teens when Phil came into our family. And for the next fifty years he was my Uncle. I spoke with him three days before he passed and I will be forever grateful

Paul Lindsay

February 21, 2021

Phil came to Scotland in the mid 1960 ‘s with USN. and married Rita, my aunt.
He was loved by everyone in our family , a more kind, caring human being you could not meet , a true gentleman.
His Scottish family will never forget him.
Let’s hope there’s a ‘bookies’ in heaven.
Paul Lindsay and Family.

Kenneth Rayman

February 20, 2021

Phil is now in heaven with Rita. May they spend eternity together

Pamela Cabral

February 17, 2021

My memory of Phil is that he is quiet, social, nonjudgemental, thoughtful, helpful, caring , great grill chef and wonderful husband to Barbara.
Whenever I metup with Phil outside he had his baby " Baxter " , who unfortunately has passed on also, with him, we talked alot about our babies and things happening arount the community. When he was grilling we talked about food and grilling. I would always ask what he was cooking . Phil would always offer some . Phil is in good hands but we certainly will miss him.

Frank Cabral

February 17, 2021

My memory of Phil is that he is an all around great guy and friend. We enjoyed watching a super bowl together with Phil and Barbara. Everytime we met up outside we just talked about things in general. Phil talked alot about playing poker which was one of his favorite things to do. A few months ago when I needed help he was right there for me. Phil is that type of guy always helping others. I wish I had met him sooner and that I could have known him longer.