Order Flowers now for guaranteed delivery before Duane's visitation.
Duane Millwood of Accord, died on Sunday, March 15, 2009. He was 59 years old. Duane was a veteran of the armed forces having served his country in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. He is survived by his two sons, Sage Millwood of Washington DC and Jared Millwood of Albany and his daughter, Danielle Millwood of Accord.
Duane Millwood of Accord, died on Sunday, March 15, 2009. He was 59 years old.
Duane was a veteran of the armed forces having served his country in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.
He is survived by his two sons, Sage Millwood of Washington DC and Jared Millwood of Albany and his daughter, Danielle Millwood of Accord.
A Graveside memorial service is scheduled for Monday, March 30th 11am at New Paltz Rural Cemetery.
| Lorraine Hall - April 10th, 2009 at 11:03am - Email |
Duane...I only remember how easy it was to talk with each other and just be accepting, two people who have so much trouble just being around people we don't know. I knew you have a strong spirit, and Mac the healer knew it instantly, no matter how other people saw you. I'm sorry to have known you for such a short time, and with only a couple of times talking, but I just know you are in a good place now, and Mac is probably there too. Bless you.
| Rosemarie Amendolia & Vince Treanor - April 10th, 2009 at 10:06am - Email |
Dear Ellen, Sage, Jared and Danielle: Vince & I were so sorry to hear of Duane's death. We had just been with him here at our home in early March, when he stayed with us for an overnight visit en route to spending some time with Jared, and some friends in Northampton, MA. He spent a good portion of that visit talking about each of you, with so much love, and so much hope for your happiness and continued growth...and his ongoing spiritual work in allowing love to overcome a lifetime of old anger and regret, early trauma and a lifetime war. Like many combat vets I have known, Duane struggled with himself for so long...but uniquely, he also kept moving toward light, even when he faltered or fell. Always, all of you, his only famly, his loves, were his redemption and his gifts. Even struggling, even away from you, even in conflict. We are grieving, Vince & I, for losing Duane in the different ways each of us came to know him. But we know that we cannot feel that loss as each of you experience yours. We simply want you to know w care, we'll miss him, and we send you our deepest sympathy and wishes for continual health, success and love in your individual lives. That's what Duane wants for you, for sure. Rosemarie & Vince
| David Winograd - March 31st, 2009 at 1:41am - Email |
Goodbye Duane. May you rest in peace. I was glad to meet some people who really respected you from Bath today. and your children will miss you and always have you in their thoughts. your old friend David
Nov 30 0001 12:00 AM