James Millin

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James Millin

December 05, 1921 - January 12, 2019

James Millin James R. Millin
James R. Millin, 97, of La Crosse passed away Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, at Gundersen Heath System in La Crosse. He was born Dec. 5, 1921. He is survived by his son, Kurt Millin of La Crosse.
In accordance with his wishes, no services will be held at this time and a private burial will take place at a later date. Jandt-Fredrickson Funeral Home and Crematory is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be sent at www.jandtfredrickson.com.
Published on January 16, 2019
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13 posts

Liz Johnson-Turner
Jan 22, 2019
I will miss seeing Jim walk into Vicks Bar. We sat and talked about his many stories that he loved to share. Sometimes he would share pictures or newspaper articles that he carried along with him. Jim was such a humble and loving soul who loved to be around people. His smile, laugh and clapping his hands everytime we played the jukebox I will always remember. He'll greatly be missed and I'm am proud to have been his friend. RIP Jim ♥️
Marlene
Jan 22, 2019
Will miss seeing you at Rocky's. You will be remembered for your many attributes! Also. we shared same birth day. Dec. 5
Jaynne Lepke
Jan 21, 2019
So many wonderful stories from a most humble and kind man. How lucky we were to be in the presence of greatness...Thank you for so many amazing experiences that you shared with us. You will be missed more than you will ever know.
Roxanne Guberud
Jan 21, 2019
I only knew James from one phone call I made to him from Gundersen to check on him. I talked with him about his time he served in Germany and was a POW. I wrote down what he was telling me, it was so interesting. What a hero he was! I sent him a card, but not sure if it got to him in time for him to read it. I only found out of his death today when I was going to give him another call, just to say hello. I'm so sorry I never met him in person. He left a legacy for sure. He also told me about his marriages and secret to a long life. He said just being happy, loving people ad life and loving nature. I will always remember our conversation. It had great impact on me.
Sue Kabat Maule
Jan 19, 2019
Curt, Sherry and family so sorry for your loss!
Barbara Kaiser (His Property Manager)
Jan 18, 2019
Jim will be missed...he was such a sweet man, and loved life til the end.
Jim
Jan 17, 2019
RIP Jim Form the crew @ Rocky's. We will miss you Janet and Jaynne.
Bonnie and John Daines
Jan 17, 2019
Loved to chat with Jimmy at Schmidty's. His wonderful stories and our hero. Such and humble and sweet guy. RIP Jimmy.
Christine Schalow
Jan 16, 2019
What a great guy. It always amazed me how sweet he was. His military service will never go unappreciated. He will be missed.
Sam Hansen
Jan 16, 2019
So sorry for the Millen family. One of the nicest people I’ve ever met.
RHONDA PROM
Jan 16, 2019
Jim will be greatly missed by his friends at Schmidty's.He was a wonderful man with great stories.We all enjoyed him very much.God Bless Him.
Randy Lenser
Jan 16, 2019
First met Jim at Edelweiss German restaurant. After that at Chaseburg American Legion. Always a fun afternoon when Jim came around
Ken Smith
Jan 16, 2019
If only I could be half the man "Jim" will be remember as. Vodka Cranberry ….may you rest in peace.