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George Edward Milosch

December 13 , 1941 - December 25 , 2022
George Edward Milosch Obituary on Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

George Edward Milosch

December 13 , 1941 - December 25 , 2022


Friday, December 30, 2022

2:00 ~ 8:00 PM

Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Friday, December 30, 2022

6:00 PM

Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Inurnment at Michigan Memorial Park



Milosch, George, E., age 81, of Carleton, December 25, 2022. Loving father to Deborah Watson. Dearest grandfather to Joseph Watson, Nick (Sarah) Gilstorf, Jacob Watson, and great-grandfather to Rowan Gilstorf and Luca Gilstorf. He is survived by his sister Antoinette Tubbs, sister-in-law Jane Milosch, and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his daughter Sandra Milosch, parents Jess and Josephine Milosch, brother Marshall Milosch, and brother-in-law Harry Tubbs. George was very social, and had a passion for his yard. He enjoyed golfing, spoiling his grandsons with dirt bikes and attending their sporting events. He also was involved with St. Patrick’s Church in Carleton. His cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home.

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  • PRAYERS & Hugs to you Debbie, Joey Jacob & Nick! 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻 Rebecca Miller
  • The memory of those we love stays in our hearts forever. We are so very sorry for your loss. Heather Moser
  • I know you've been in n out of the hospital lately but I never expected you'd be gone. I was planning to come see you after Surgery Tuesday with Mom. Wow! We had a lot of fun when I was young n even more when I got older. You were always there for me in times of trouble too. You were the best Godfather anyone could ever have. I love you and will miss you always Uncle Doodgie. Rest in Heaven with your family n friends. Until we meet again ❤ Lisa Wykes
  • From the time I talked you into jumping out of our upstairs bedroom window with Moms umbrella then telling her you broke it. To all our daily phone calls that at the end we'd always say 5 Polish words and.laugh cuz it was the only 5 Polish words we knew. I will miss sharing my life with you my dear brother...Rest In Peace Antoinette Milosch (Tubbs)
  • Fond memories of cousin George at family functions and visiting at the Glen when I worked there and later visiting with him when I visited and played golf. May his soul RIP✝️ Diane Blausey
  • I'll always remember golfing with George in the 1970s and 80s - he brought a spirit of fun, optimism and encouragement to any group, and I could see how much he loved and gave to his family. May he rest in peace and eternal light shine upon him! Mark Milosch
  • "Fair winds and following seas" YN3 Milosch USS Graham Country LST-1176 Fleet Anti-Air Warfare Training Center, Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, VA Tom McDade
  • As a cousin I was shocked when I recently seen George obit and wondered why I and my sister hadn't been notified. Georgie poorie had been a big part of our lives when we were children. Yvonne Johnson

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