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Aaron Wayne Milby, 80, Green County, KY (1937-2018)

Aaron and his wife, Jeannette, helped establish and organize the Summersville Days festivals on behalf of the local volunteer fire department. He spent more than fifty years running his antique furniture restoration business and loved working with his many customers. He was of the Methodist Faith. Throughout his life, he was devoted to his family, friends and the Summersville community.
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Aaron Wayne Milby departed this life Saturday April 21, 2018 at Jane Todd Crawford Hospital, Greensburg, KY.

Service will be held at Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home, 209 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY at 11amCT Wednesday, April 25, 2018 with Dr. Jeff Eaton. Interment will be in the N.C. Milby Cemetery in the Gabe Community. Visitation will be from 5-8pmCT Tuesday, April 24, 2018.


Aaron Wayne Milby, 80, Green County, KY (1937-2018)

He was born December 9, 1937 in Green County, KY. He was the son of the late Betty Mae Skaggs and Robert Luther Milby. He died Saturday, Apriil 21, 2018, in Greensburg, Green County, KY, at the age of 80 years, four months, and 12 days.

He was retired from the Green County School System where he managed the maintenance department. Aaron also spent more than fifty years running his antique furniture restoration business and loved working with his many customers. Throughout his life, he was devoted to his family, friends and the Summersville community. Aaron and his wife, Jeannette, helped establish and organize the Summersville Days festivals on behalf of the local volunteer fire department. He made a profession of faith in Christ and was of the Methodist Faith. Besides his parents, Aaron was preceded in death by one brother, Rev. Robert Milby. He is survived by
  • His wife: Jeannette Rose Milby of Summersville,

  • One son and his wife: Michael Wayne Milby and Rosemary Taft-Milby of Cleveland, Ohio,

  • Two grandchildren: James Grant Milby of Washington, D.C., and his wife Holly Lynn Ratliff, and Anne Kathryn Milby of Bardstown, KY., and her husband Ian William Anderson

  • One sister: Barbara Rose Dalton of Scottsdale, Arizona

  • A host of other relatives and friends.
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The family has requested that expressions of sympathy be donations to the N.C. Milby Cemetery. These can be made at Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home in Greensburg.

Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home, 209 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY, is in charge of arrangements.


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