John L. Milligan
October 30, 1956 - July 24, 2012
John L. Milligan, 55, longtime resident of Hillsborough, NH, died July 24, 2012 at Concord Hospital, Concord, NH.
He was born in Ayer, MA on October 30, 1956, a son of Hazel (Gunn) Milligan of Mont Vernon, NH and the late Robert L. Milligan.
Mr. Milligan was raised and educated in Mont Vernon and graduated from Milford Area Senior High, Class of 1975.
He was employed by Monadnock Paper Mill, Bennington, NH for the past 25 years and had worked as a warehouse manager.
He enjoyed the outdoors, was an avid motorcycle enthusiast and loved spending time with his family, most especially with his grandson, Jacoby and granddaughter, Jada.
Mr. Milligan was predeceased by a brother, George Milligan and a sister, Roberta Milligan.
In addition to his mother, family members include a son and daughter-in-law, Jason and Jessica Milligan of Concord, NH; two daughters, Joanna Milligan of San Francisco, CA and Rebecca Milligan of Denver, CO; two grandchildren, Jada Milligan and Jacoby Milligan; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Clayton Milligan and Bryce Milligan, both of Florida, James and Janice Milligan of Londonderry, NH and Blanche Milligan of Amherst,NH; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Laurie and David Gates of Meredith, NH, Donna Mangold of Nashua, NH, Ruth and George Infanti of Amherst, NH; many nieces and nephews.
There are no visiting hours. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 4:00 pm in the Mont Vernon Congregational Church, 4 South Main Street, Mont Vernon, NH. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 2 Wall Street, Manchester, NH 03101.
There are no visiting hours.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 28th at 4:00 pm in the Mont Vernon Congregational Church, 4 South Main Street, Mont Vernon, NH.
Carrie CooperiderMy most sincere condolences to the Milligan family for the loss of your son/father/uncle/cousin/nephew John. I am so sorry for your loss.
Carrie Cooperider, MASH classmate
Vicki KeskinenRuth: I was sorry to read of John's passing. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
karen bell shutt - email@example.comSo sorry too all John family and friends for your loss!!May the happy memories help you through this time!!Hes with Grandpa and grandma C now also!!!PRAYERS SENT!!
Pat and Karen (LeBaron) DohertyRest in peace, John......
Sincere condolences to all members of John's family.
Pat and Karen (LeBaron) Doherty, MASH Classmates
Brian & Sandra NortonJim & family,
Our deepest condolences.
Bev & Rollie SmithOur sympathy is sent to all the family. We always enjoyed meeting John wherever in Hillsboro. He was always kind to us even through our darker times in life. A wonderful man. It was a pleasure to have known him.
Teagan Pomerleau - firstname.lastname@example.orgMy heart goes out to his family. I'll miss you Grampa John. Hugs and kisses. <3
Claire and Bill FoucherWe are sadened to learn of John's passing. We had not seen him in quite some time. But we have very fond memories of him. He was our neighbor in Milford when his children were small. We would run into him from time to time since then. John was a good spirited person who we'll always remember.
Arthur CharronI wish to extend my heartfelt sorrow to all Johns family. I have many fond memories of hanging out with John in high school. May you all find comfort and peace.
David Fraser & FamilyJoanna & Rebecca,
Our thoughts are with you as you venture down this new path in life with a heavy heart. May the happy memories ease the pain and bring smiles to the surface. Our sincere condolences to you both.
David, Clinton, Chandler, Shelby
Tom and Shari WalesTo John's family, We send our sincere condolense and are very sadden of his passing. I remember John back from Mont Vernon school, and most of all his spirit when he broke both arms at once. Couple of days later he had taken the casts off. He would just smile. He will be greatly missed. Hugs to the Family.
linda hooper riendeauI was so sorry to hear of John"s passing. I hadn"t seen John in Years but do remember him, George and Ruth from the !970s and late 60s in Mont Vernon. What a nice falmoly. May you rest in peace John-
Lenny Rowe - email@example.comI just now learned of John's Passing. I am so sorry and the family have my most deepest condolence. I met John in the early 90's as being one of my plumbing customers. I installed a heating system among other things for John and we quickly became great friends. As an example of his wonderful friendship, John helped me put a 2nd story on my house. I shall never get his help as a friend and just an all around great person with outstanding integrity. I never got to meet most of Johns kids, but Jason stood out for me. I tracked Jason from the time the age 15 and he, like his dad were both remarkable men. I am so so sad. I happen to visit this week and I was making plans to see him, a surprise visit, like many surprise visits in the past. It seems I was the one unfortunately surprised. John you weren't supposed to go. John you are a great guy and I will meet in the afterlife I am sure. It will be another surprised visit. Miss you man!