Milton Mizner

October 9, 1926May 31, 2018

Milton "Mottie" Mizner of Fiskdale, Ma formerly of Marblehead Ma, peacefully passed away on May 31 at the age of 91. He was the beloved husband of Kathryn Mizner for 35 years and the pre deceased Grace Mizner. He was the devoted father to Dr. Mark Mizner and his wife Amy, Jill Rhodes and her husband Ben and Neal Mizner and his wife Lynn, Stepfather to Lisa Brodowski, Lori Power and her husband John, Karen Barteaux and her husband Richard, Kristin Dufford and her husband Dean. He was the grandfather of Dylan and Jason Blumstein, Jillian Mizner, Rachel and James Charles, Jenna and Michael Mayer and Chelsey Dankenbring. He was the cherished brother of Dr. Melvin Mizner and his wife Sylvia, and the pre deceased Dr. Sidney Mizner and his wife Rita, Bertha Rubin and husband Murray, Rae Sigal and her husband Jack. He was also adored by his many nieces and nephews.

Milton was born and raised in Peabody, MA. He served in the Navy during WW11 . Upon his return he attended and graduated Northeastern University with a degree in business. He worked as a manufacturers representative for various companies. He was often on the road as his territory included all of New England and New York State. Due to his charisma and warm personality, he made many long and lasting relationships during his career. He was passionate about the Patriots, Celtics and the Red Sox. He took—-great pride in his family and all their accomplishments.

He was a avid reader and loved debating politics.

A private funeral will be held on Sunday, June 3rd at the Maple Hill Cemetery in Peabody. Donations in his memory can be made to Dana Farber, at www. or to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute PO Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284.


  • Graveside Funeral Service Sunday, June 3, 2018

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