OBITUARY

Charles S Millspaugh Jr.

May 11, 1936November 8, 2017

Charles S. Millspaugh Jr.(Stubby) 81,passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at his home with his family by his side. Born in New Haven, CT. on May 11,1936, he was the son of the late Charles and Lillian(Olsen) Millspaugh. He grew up in Old Saybrook, CT and graduated from Old Saybrook High School where he played soccer, basketball and baseball, earning The Athlete of the Year upon graduation. An avid golfer, he played Fenwick Golf Course almost every day. He also enjoyed boating on Long Island Sound and the Yankees. Charles was a letter carrier for the Old Saybrook Post Office for thirty four years until his retirement. Charles was also a retired member of the Old Saybrook Fire Department and a member of the Connecticut Army National Guard. He was the beloved husband of Suzanne Fillback Millspaugh for fifty five years. During their retirement years they traveled to Alaska, Italy, France, England, The Panama Canal, Yellowstone National Park and to numerous other National Parks taking each grandchild in turn with them on a special trip. Besides his devoted wife, Charles, a true family man, leaves his three children, Peter Millspaugh, Nancy Emigh (Scott), and Jennifer Rosenberg (Robert), plus his grandchildren Zachary Emigh, Sarah Emigh, Lukas Rosenberg, Samuel Rosenberg, Natalie Rosenberg and Benjamin Rosenberg. In addition he leaves his brothers, Thomas (Maureen), James (Patricia) and William (Peggy), his brother in law Edward B. Fillback (Judith) as well as many nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held Private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements under the direction of Swan Funeral Home 1224 Boston Post Rd. Old Saybrook, CT. 06475. To sign the online guestbook go to www.swanfuneralhomeoldsaybrook.com In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to: Old Saybrook Fire Department 310 Main St Old Saybrook CT. 06475

Services

  • Private at Convenience of the Family
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Charles S Millspaugh Jr.

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Addie and John Bacon

January 12, 2018

Sue and Family,
I just learned today about Stubby's passing.
We hope our caring will make your sorrow easier to bear. May all those good memories through your 55 years together be a source of comfort to you and your family.
With our deepest sympathy,
Addie and John

November 13, 2017

Dear Sue and Family: I was sorry to hear of Stubby's passing. Please know that you are in my prayers. Love, Loleeta Fontes

Pat &Bill Anderson

November 12, 2017

Pete, Both Bill and I are so sorry to hear your Dad passed. I'm sure Pete he was very proud of the man you are today. If there is anything Bill or I can do for you or your family please just give us a call. He's in our prayers as are you and your family. May he rest in peace. Our deepest sympathy, Bill & Pat Anderson

Don Sparaco

November 12, 2017

Dear Sue and Family, Lynn and I are so sorry for the passing of Stubby. Always a kind and friendly person and a true neighbor. He will be sorely missed but know that he is not suffering and is watching over you and the family.
Lynn and Don Sparaco

Tom Lane

November 12, 2017

Pete, Sue, and family. I am so sorry for the loss of Stubby. He was a good husband, father, provider, and friend and I am so happy and privileged to have known him for so many years. I always enjoyed talking with him in the driveway and cherish the memories I have of him . May you find comfort in having him in your lives for so many good years and the love and memories you have.
In deepest sympathy, Tom Lane

November 12, 2017

Stubby and I had a lot of adventures together. I'll always remember the neat cars he had back in the day.
He will be missed.
Ed Fillback

James McCauley

November 11, 2017

Dear Sue,
Stubby was one of a kind, always a Smile, always glad to see you, always a friend, and will be missed by ALL, Sorry for OUR loss.

Lorraine & James Price

November 11, 2017

Dear Sue, Peter, Nancy and Jennifer,
Jimmy and I are so sorry of the passing of Stubby. We will miss him and have fond memories of him and the whole family. Stubby was a gentleman, loving, kind, and caring.
Love, and blessings to all,

Deborah King

November 10, 2017

I am so sorry for the loss of this really nice and loyal Old Saybrook town man. We will miss him greatly. Condolences to the family. Debby King

FROM THE FAMILY