Noah Harold Milligan

March 30, 1921 ‒ November 22, 2014

Marion, Ohio

Noah Harold Milligan age 93 went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus on Saturday, November 22, 2014. Harold was born on March 30, 1921 to Noah and Lucy (Bill) Milligan. On June 24, 1945 he married the love of his life, Dorothy Showers, with whom he shared 63 wonderful years until she went to be with the Lord in 2008. He was preceded in death by his brothers Gailard, Gerald, Floyd and Lloyd and sisters Katherine, Daisy and Clara Belle. As a man of faith, he and his wife Dorothy raised four Christian sons Delbert (Linda) of Riverview, Florida; Raymond (Karen) of Gainesville, Florida; Richard (Debbie) of Lebanon, Ohio; Thomas (Myra) of Marion, Ohio. Their family was abundantly blessed with 13 grandchildren and 42 great grandchildren. Harold was an active member of Marion Salem United Methodist Church for many years, serving as treasurer for a nuber of those years. He was employed at Huber Corporation from 1942 to its closing in 1977, and retired from Fairfield Corporation. Visitation will be at Marion Salem United Methodist Church located at 1640 Salem Road, Caledonia, Ohio Wednesday November 26 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. followed by the funeral at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. James Van Meter officiating. Burial will follow at Chapel Heights Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Marion Salem United Methodist Church. Gunder/Hall & Folk Funeral Directors are assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • Harrold and Dorothy were the people who first kept me overnight when my parents went to conference. They reared four wonderful men, whose lives demonstrate the generous and industrious spirit of their parents. Heaven is an even sweeter place, knowing that a wonderful person like Harrold is there.

  • It has been our joy to know Harrold and Dorothy Milligan since I was a child. Their example of faithfulness and kindness to our family and especially their Christian examples to their sons has always been admired. Harrold is finally home, and I’m certain that his memory will be sweet to those of us who knew and loved him and his family.

  • I remember visiting with Uncle Harold and Aunt Dorothy when they lived on north Greenwood. What a time we had visiting with the boys and Aunt Dorothy fixing dinner. Uncle Harold being my Dad’s twin brother was one of a pair of wonderful men. I was proud to have him for an Uncle. He will be missed. You boys are so lucky.

  • Delbert,Ray,Richard,and Tom: so sorry to read of your loss of your Father. Rest assured God has a place for him. I remember working with him at Huber and the family reunions for the Bill families.

  • It was my privilege to get to know Noah at Sterling House. He shared a dining table with my mom. Though I never knew him as a younger man, I can only guess that he was kind, generous and that he loved the Lord. God uses his people in all circumstances and Noah blessed my mom and me daily as he sang hymns and played them on his harmonica. I pray that you will be comforted as you celebrate his life. He is surely celebrating with all the saints of heaven!

  • It has been an honor and privilege to be one of Noah’s nurses at Sterling House! How we miss him!! We so enjoyed him playing his harmonica and he and I would sings hymns together, and he remembered every word! To all the family, please know my love, thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time of loss. Sterling House will not be the same, as I truly loved and cared about Noah!!