Blough, Sr., Milton F. In Milford Hospital, Feb. 22, 2008, Milton F. Blough, Sr., devoted husband of Janet Riley Blough of West Haven, father of Kelley and her husband Jamie Dececchi of West Haven, Gary A. and his wife Sharon Blough of Kingsville, MD, Milton F. Blough, Jr. and his wife Jane of Claremont, CA and the late Thomas M. Blough, brother of Ellen Drouhard of Wooster, OH and loving grandfather of Kelsey Blough of MD, Laura and Thomas Blough of CA, and James and Jenna Dececchi of West Haven. Milton was born in Burbank, OH, May 10, 1921 son of the late Tingley and Grace Stackhouse Blough. He was a WW II Veteran having served in the US Navy as a torpedoman's mate second class. He retired in 1986 from the State of CT as a toll collector where he worked for 6 years and had previously worked as a milkman for Sealtest Dairy. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church in New Haven for 64 years, a member of American Legion Post # 71 of West Haven and had been a resident of West Haven for 50 years. He enjoyed fishing with his family and was an avid Mets fan. Funeral service Wed., Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 28 Church St., West Haven. Friends may call Tues. from 4 - 8 p.m. at BEECHER & BENNETT-TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave. at Court St., West Haven. Burial with military honors in Oak Grove Cemetery, West Haven. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Connecticut State Library for the Blind, 198 West St., Rocky Hill, CT 06067.

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  1. Aunt Janet, Butch, Jane, Gary, Sharon, Kellie and Jamie, We want you to know our thoughts, prayers and love are with you always. Love to you always, Cari, Wayne, Heather, Rebecca, Sydney, Riley and Bradley

  2. Gary, Sharon & Kelsey, May the Lord comfort you in the loss of Gary’s father. We will keep your family in prayer during this difficult time. God bless you. Sincerely, Arlene, Glenn & Stephen January

  3. To my Blough Family in Conn.- We have been thinking of you during this time & wish we could be closer in travel. On behalf of mom, Ellen Blough Drouhard, she also sends her love. We all will miss Uncle Milt in our own special ways. I will never forget the time Kelley & I were playing in his car- Kelley put the car in reverse…it rolled down the driveway & slammed into the neighbors car. Uncle Milt leaped like a tiger into his car & casually parked it back onto its hilly spot. I got the spanking, not Kelley. I will always remember my ocean days, playing on the beach with Tommy, comparing sunburns & collecting seashells. Uncle Milt & Aunt Janet’s house was a fun place to be when I was a kid. Thanks. Rest in peace, Uncle Milt….I’ll miss your ornery grin.

  4. Dad, If I had known about this guestbook sooner I would have said something sooner. I don’t know whether leaving home or not coming back was harder, but whichever the case may be I never forgot you. There are so many things I would like to say but cant find the words other than I love you and will always miss you Love Your Son Butch

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