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CROSSED OVER..........

CROSSED OVER IN HIS SLEEP TO BE WITH JESUS ON September 28TH, 2004.................

 
"IN LOVE.........."
HE FELL IN LOVE WITH STEPHANIE IN 2001......... THEIR  RELATIONSHIP LASTED FOR 2 YEARS.
 
WORKING

MILO  BECAME A CARPENTER APPRENTICE @ THE AGE OF 20.  HE LEARNED A LOT FROM HIS DAD, AND EVENTUALLY WORKED ON HIS OWN.

HE BECAME AN  A.C.E. CERTIFIED PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINER IN THE YEAR OF 2000.

 
"UNCLE MILO"

HE BECAME AN UNCLE FOR THE FIRST TIME WHEN HIS SISTER, STACY, HAD HER FIRST BABY IN 1990.  A BEAUTIFUL LITTLE GIRL GRACED OUR LIVES AND MILO WAS SOOO PROUD TO BE HER "UNCLE."  EIGHT YEARS LATER HE BECAME AN UNCLE FOR THE 2ND TIME WHEN MATTHEW JAMES WAS BORN.  HE DIDN'T GET TO SEE HIM VERY OFTEN, BUT ENJOYED HIM TO THE MAX WHEN THEY WERE TOGETHER...........

 
1975
Born in District of Columbia on February 25TH, 1975, @ GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.  BECAUSE THIS WAS A TEACHING SCHOOL, THERE WERE 27 STUDENTS OBSERVING HIS BIRTH.  THEY ALL CHEERED ME ON................
 
HIGH SCHOOL.............

MILO FINISHED HIGH SCHOOL IN 1993, AT CHAPPARAL HIGH SCHOOL IN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA.
 
Started Kindergarten in 1980
Did very well in Kindergarten and loved it.  Only went for half a day, so I would usually greet him after school.  Occassionally we would walk to Kentucky Fried Chicken to have a little lunch together . . . mmmm,
mmmm, good.  It was a fun time for just the two of us.

When Milo started going to school, his sister had only 1 year left there before going on to 6th grade center which was a school just for 6th graders. It was difficult for her because it was in a rough part of town.  But proudly she survived and went on to Middle School.  Milo would soon be following in her same footsteps.
 
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