In Memory

Milton Shoecraft



 
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04/25/19 05:29 PM #1    

Sue Humphrey

I had several classes with Milt and he was a class act.  He was fun, polite, and entertaining.  I'm sad to hear of his passing.

 


05/10/19 12:32 PM #2    

Robert (Bob) Treadway

I was lucky to move onto Milt's street back in 1962. He was friendly, a great student and athletic. He wanted to be a sportscaster back then and he knew all the important statistics of all the sports stars. Looking back, he had the finest character of any kid I knew. As a computer scientist he was working for IBM when he died way too early.


09/29/19 09:44 PM #3    

Russell Sayre

I spent a lot of time on the golf course with Milt.  We tried to visit as many courses as possible from Francisco Grande in Casa Grande to San Marcos in Chandler to Lake Montezuma 90 miles north of Phoenix and of course our favorite Papago Golf Course south of McDowell Road in Phoenix.  Wish those days never ended.  I would like to comment that Milt was in the U.S. Air Force and deserves an American flag next to his name.


09/30/19 09:28 AM #4    

Barbara Hagan (Hogan)

Milt was truly a class act guy.  I was so sad to hear he passed so young.   


09/30/19 10:57 AM #5    

Stalker Reed

Milt's death hit me hard - we have been friends since Lafayette. Russel is right about the flag. He went to AF pilot training about the same time I did, but decided he wanted to pursue computers and separated within a couple of years.  


10/01/19 10:41 PM #6    

Richard Lindstrom

 

 

 

I agree with everything that has been said about Milt, he was a great guy. It seems like we have lost a lot of graduates from Lafayette Grade School.

 

Rich Lindstrom

 


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