Jeremy Todd Milliken

September 29, 1975May 11, 2018
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Jeremy Todd Milliken, age 42 of Arrington, TN, passed away Friday, May 11, 2018 at his home. Jeremy worked in HVAC, all while owning his own business and working for multiple well-known Nashville based companies. Jeremy loved cats, horses, and his boys, not necessarily in that order. He is preceded in death by his father, Ronnie Lester Milliken of Joelton; his mother, Sue Krantz Milliken of Nashville; his son, Clinton Mabry Milliken of Nashville; uncle, Hugh Warpool of Shelbyville; and his cat, Bob of Nashboro Woods Forestry Service.

He leaves behind son, Maxwell Todd Milliken of Nashville; step-son, Jordan Mabry of Nashville; former wife, Kim Mabry Milliken of Nashville; brothers, Chek Milliken of Nashville and James Milliken of Virginia; step-sisters, Angela Renales Eckelson of Pleasant Shade, TN and Kathy Higgins of Woodbury, TN; aunts, Janelle Milliken of Gallatin and Trudy Warpool of Shelbyville.

Visitation with the family will be from 11:00am until 1:00pm on Wednesday, May 16th with funeral services to begin at 1:00pm in the Chapel of Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Entombment will follow in Mount Olivet Cemetery. “The greater your storm, the brighter your rainbow” -Jo Ettles

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Edward Elementary School Music Department (190 Thompson Ln, Nashville, TN 37211)

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  • Visitation Wednesday, May 16, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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Jerald and Mary Seals

May 16, 2018

Our thoughts go out to Max and Jeremy's brothers , sisters and aunts on his sudden death. May he be resting in peace now .

Liz Wilson (Ward)

May 15, 2018

Jeremy had a very kind soul. He loved our son very much. And our son loved him. He was always ready to lend a helping hand. Rather I asked or not. We will truly miss Jeremy. And so will Hunter.

Leslie Folds

May 15, 2018

My mother and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of Jeremy who we know is with our Lord. We have been customer's of Helton's Service Company for the past few years and saw in Jeremy what we had encountered in Tracy and David Helton, not only professionalism and providing a service, but a caring and genuine love for the customer, something you rarely if ever see in a company in our world today.

I am confident that Jeremy, with his good heart and the personal interest he so generously showed to my mother and to me, understood that if he could be so deeply appreciated and valued by Tracy, David, Doc, and others at Helton's, that being so loved with these he saw each day, and many working nights, he could in essence call this place: home. Now he is indeed home with His Lord.

I will miss visiting with him when he serviced our units, hearing about his family, and in particular his children that were so important to him. We will miss him and continue to keep all those that loved him in our prayers and thoughts during this time, while never forgetting this dear man.

Mark Taylor

May 15, 2018

I will mess Jeremy a whole lot I will always cherish the moments I had with him I was glad to know him he was an awesome person I want to thank Michael Hall for introducing me to him I got to see him before days before his passing asking how he was doing he said he was doing good I said that's awesome I'm doing good and like always I was making jokes with him and hoping I can get a laugh and a smile out of him of course he was always asking David and Tracy about me because I moved to Knoxville I don't know why he asked them but he could have called me Tracy said he was always thinking about me because Jeremy was a loving caring person and that's why I like him because I feel like I am the same before he left to go to work I ran to the door and I said don't work too hard I see you later man and I thought I was going to but I didn't get to see him and that sad to me I don't understand why things happen like they do but I guess there's a reason for everything that's what I've been told all my life and one day I will get to see him but I hope it's not soon I still have a lot to give and care about and help people like Jerry did that's why I like him so much I'm so sorry he had to go so soon but I will see him again someday I want to thank everyone that helped Jeremy and care about him may God be with his family and friends as they cherish the moments they had with him and I know they will miss him he was a great man

David & Tracy Helton

May 15, 2018

Jeremy was one of the kindest most gentle people we have ever known. He was a hard worker and his customers loved him. It's not fair to have lost such a beautiful person at such a young age. Jeremy was just a lost soul from all of his trials and tribulations , but that does not define the man himself. What does define Jeremy was his love for his family and friends. We know our personal family and the Helton's Service Company family will miss him greatly. We also know and feel that when someone like Jeremy is taken away from us he becomes a memory and that memory becomes a treasure.

Jeremy, we all will miss you and you will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace Friend, for now you are with your son and with your heavenly father for ever.

James Milliken

May 14, 2018


May 14, 2018

Jeremy had one of the biggest hearts I had ever witnessed on a man. He would always put others before himself, never selfish, my kids adored him, his customers loved him, and the people he worked with loved him. We enjoyed his company the short time he stayed with us, always asking my wife if he could help, making me look bad, lol. He was a great person and he had a great undying love for his family, and unfortunately he carried a lot of pain on his sleeve, and couldn't find a way to deal with it. We love you and are going to miss you dearly. I for 1 am going to miss you , you were a good man and a great friend.

I love you ,