OBITUARY

Paul Milman

December 24, 1929January 22, 2013

Paul Milman, 83, of Orleans, MA died peacefully January 22, 2013 in the company of his family after a brief illness. Born in New York City, December 24, 1929, son of Harry and Ada Milman. He was a proud graduate and active alumnus of Tufts College of Engineering, 1951. He was the editor of the college newspaper, and fraternity brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi. At Tufts he met and fell in love with his wife of 60 years, Lois Chase. Following a short stay with U.S. Steel, Mr. Milman served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He finished a distinguished corporate career as President of the Pipe Hanger division of ITT Grinnell in Providence, Rhode Island. During his retirement Paul served as a volunteer internationally with the Peace Corps, the Retired Executive Service Corps and locally with what is now the Hope Health Hospice. Paul is survived by his wife Lois, and children, Hannah and partner James Marian of Manhattan, NY, Kenneth and wife Bridget Elder of Brooklyn, NY, Brian of Phoenix, Arizona, and Elizabeth and husband Stephen Christo of Mansfield MA. Paul shared his passion for literature, music, Cape Cod’s natural beauty, crossword puzzles, golf, and the Candy Manor with his beloved grandchildren; Briana, Eileen and namesake Paul Milman of Brooklyn, and Nicholas, Sarah and Evan Christo of Mansfield. He is survived by his sister Florence Walker of Briarcliff Manor, NY and her family whose company provided Paul with much joy and happiness. The family celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 3:00 PM at the Nickerson Funeral Home, 77 Eldredge Parkway in Orleans, MA. Calling hours will be from1 to 3 PM. In lieu of flowers the family asks that contributions be made to the Hope Health Hospice (www.Hopehealthco.org\giving). He will be missed very, very, very much. For online condolences, please visit www.nickersonfunerals.com

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 26, 2013
  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 26, 2013
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January 29, 2013

We are sorry to learn of Paul's passing, but are grateful for his service to our nation in the Peace Corps.

Our Condolences,
The National Peace Corps Association

Rev. Fr. Michael Bird

January 28, 2013

May God rest your beloved father, Paul, in the dwelling place of the righteous where there is no more pain, sorrow or suffering, but life abundant. May his memory be eternal. Father Michael & Presbytera Cathy

Ted Bosen

January 28, 2013

Liz and family, my sincere condolences to you at this time of loss. May his memory be eternal.

Melanie Holaway

January 26, 2013

Hannah- our thoughts are prayers are with you and your family. Sounds like your father was a wonderful man, who we would have loved to meet. Sending hugs. Love, Brian, Melanie and Sage

Ann & Alan Schneider

January 25, 2013

Our thoughts and prayers to all of the family. I have such fond memories as a child growing up with you and Paul, Florence and Alex and Ada and Harry in my life. Alan and I enjoyed your visits here in Houston in recent years. We send our love to you all at this difficult time.

The Staff of Nickerson Funeral Home

January 25, 2013

We wish to extend our deepest sympathies at this difficult time.

The Krentzmans

January 24, 2013

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Christo Family & all of your family & friends. It seems like he lived a long and wonderful life.

Mary, Chris, Mack & Roman Baratta

January 24, 2013

Dear Lois, Liz, Hannah, Ken, and Brian,
Your husband and Dad will be missed by all of the Barattas. What a good man – thank you all for sharing him with us. When my Dad passed away, a friend sent me this quote that I've kept in my wallet ever since. It reminds me so much of Paul - "He didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it. "
Much love and peace.

Liseann

January 24, 2013

Your spirit will live on in all of us.
xo

January 24, 2013

I have many memories of Paul and Lois visiting us at the Farm is Ashby and visiting with them at Aunt Ada's & Uncle Harry's home. I will always treasure the memories when I was young of my Dad laughing with Paul and myself just listening and learning about the family. Lois & Pau were an inspiration to me at a very young age on how to live life their way and with enthusiaism. I think I learned how to give back to the community from their story of the Peace Corps. much love Terry Spiegel Knockwood [one of Joe & Doris' girls]