James Edward Milstid

April 30, 2020

James Edward Milstid, 85, of Bay Minette, AL, passed away on April 25, 2020, in Bay Minette, AL. He was born in Perdido, AL on August 20, 1934. He served in the United States Marine Corps and was a retired mobile home mover.

He is preceded by his father Floyd Milstid, Sr. and Maggie Lee Whittington; brothers, Isaac Milstid, Junior Floyd Milstid, Charles Milstid, Tommie Misted, and one sister Valois Hall.

He is survived by four sons, Earl (Patricia) Milstid of Summerdale, AL, Rickey (Paula) Milstid of Foley, AL, Scott Milstid of Pensacola, FL and Donald Broussard of Long Beach, MS. He is also survived by a caretaker, Dolores Crosby and one brother, Guy (Faye) Milstid of Perdido, AL; four grandchildren, Jimmy, Michael, Jonathan, Maggie; and six great-grandchildren.

Graveside services were Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 2 PM at the Pine Grove Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery in Perdido, AL with Bro. Stoney Daw officiating.

Due to the current health care crisis it is asked of you to please use the social distancing requirements for the safety of the family and others.

Johnson-Quimby Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


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