In Loving Memory
June 6, 1962 – July 20, 2014
Spanish Fort, AL
Jeffrey Carter McMillan, 52, passed away on Sunday, July 20, 2014 in Spanish Fort. He was a former member of First United Methodist Church of Bay Minette. He was a 1984 graduate of Huntingdon College in Montgomery and had also graduated from University of Mobile. Jeff was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and was a former resident of Crestview, FL and was employed by Standard Furniture. He was a loving father to three sons.
He is preceded in death by his father, Billy S. McMillan.
He is survived by his sons, Brandon Carter McMillan of Hattiesburg, MS, William Perry McMillan of Mobile, AL, and Garrett Tanner McMillan of Bay Minette, AL; his mother, Juanita C. McMillan of Spanish Fort, AL, formerly of Crestview, FL; numerous loving aunts and uncles and other relatives.
A visitation will be held, with the family receiving friends from 5-8:00pm on Thursday, July 24, 2014, at the First United Methodist Church Family Life Center in Bay Minette, 120 W 2nd St, Bay Minette, AL 36507. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorial donations be made at: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/l865/jeff-mcmillan-memorial-fund.
Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home and Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.
I am so sorry for your loss.
To the family,
Jeff and I were close friends in middle and high school . We lived one street apart growing up. After he left I still saw his mom walking the block everyday with her friends until I left the neighborhood 8 years ago. Jeff was such a fun and kind friend! I offer my deepest condolences to all the family. RIP
Kathleen Puckett White
I went to school with Jeff in Crestview and I am so very sorry to hear that someone had taken Jeff’s life. My heart is broken for the family. Our class at Crestview High school was very close and we are all sadden by the news. Sending Prayers
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is broken to know that Jeff has been taken away from his family so suddenly. May God comfort you at this difficult time. Wrap his arms around each of you and may you find peace in knowing you have a guardian Angel
My heart goes out to Jeff’s children and family during this difficult time.
My prayers are with you during your devastating loss. All of his classmates from CHS are greatly saddened by this tragic loss.
Juanita and family – so sorry for your loss. I am sending you thoughts of love and comfort. I have so many good memories of Jeff from church – he had a tender heart and could always make me laugh.
Juanita and family–Sherie and I were so sorry to hear of Jeff’s death. I knew Jeff at Huntingdon College and was one of his brothers in Kappa Sigma. Although he turned me down, he was supposed to be one of the groomsmen at our wedding. A more kind, fun-loving person you could not know. I have so many memories of him during those years at Huntingdon and what a fine person he was. He could always make us laugh to the most ridiculous situations. Our prayers go out to you and your family in this time of need. May God Be With You In This Adversity.
Joe and Sherie Frazer
Ms. Juanita, so sorry hear of your loss. Sending our thoughts and prayers out to you and your family.
Sincere condolences to each member of the family as well as Jeff’s many friends. He was a friend to us all in school and have no doubt that trait carried over in to his adult life. Rest in Peace, Jeff.
Such a loss- Martee is right- Jeff was a great friend to all of us at First United Methodist church in Crestview, Florida and at Crestview High School. I could count Jeff as one of my best buds back in those days. Many years after I graduated from High School, my mom and dad built a house on Gillis so that they could be near their friends in the neighborhood- with Mr. and Mrs.McMillan a few houses away. Jeff was a great comfort to my sister and I when our dad and then later when our mother passed away. I’m so sorry Mrs.Juanita.
Dear Juanita – we were so sad to learn about Jeff’s tragic death. We have such fond memories of him from Crestview. We think of you so often and remember the good memories we shared. We are so sorry. Love, Dan and Eloise Leonard
Dear Juanita – We were so saddened to hear about Jeff. We remember him as our “little neighbor across the street.” Please give our regards to his family.
Grief never ends…But it changes.
It’s a passage, not a place to stay.
Grief is not a sign of weakness
nor a lack of faith…
It’s the price of love.
Don & Donna
It is mine and my family’s prayer that GOD will grant your family a peace beyond all peace during this time. Memories never pass but stay strong in our minds and hearts.
I will always remember the childhood memories from school days and living in the Adams-Powell neighborhood. Jeff was a kind friend with a wonderful smile! May the Peace of Christ surround your family.
We are so sorry for the loss of your and Billy Mac’s son. We didn’t know him but without a doubt he was a fine man brought up by to wonderful people. May God bring peace to you during this time of sorrow.
JR & Pat
We are so sorry for your loss. Sending love and sympathy to the family.
Bruce & Cynthia Lee, Jennifer & Valerie
Nita, please know that I am sending my love, hugs and prayers to you across those long ol’ miles. I remember how excited my parents were for you and Billy when Jeff arrived and I vividly remember the love and excitement contained in the letters we received from Aunt Ethel about her new grandboy! Feel the strength and love of your boy, and Billy, and our loved ones, being smiled and showered down on you. Love you all and love you, girl.
I can’t express my deep sadness to hear of our high school class mates passing. Jeff was one of the sweetest boys in town. He was always very kind to me and respectful to all. My love and prayers to his family and hope that we can be lifted up by the good memories we shared with Jeff.
Juanita, Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Jeff was a ray of smiling sunshine. Now he will be a shinning star. He will be missed by many. He left kind memories in the hearts of everyone he met along his time on this earth and will be waiting to greet us up in heaven. May each of us find peace in his journey.
I just found this! I could not believe what I read. Jeff was the only person missing from our 10 year high school reunion that I wished had been there. My thoughts are with his children and the rest of his family. I will ALWAYS remember the fun we had in high school and what a truly sweet person Jeff was.
I have fond memories of Jeff playing football for the Bulldogs. He was a great sportsman and had a fun sense of humor. I could never imagine him outgrowing that. I’m very sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry for your loss, Your Son and Father was a inspiration to all of us at Crestview Hihh School.
He and I were in band together and later in chors together. He was a good Friebd!!
I’m sorry that I did not know that Jeff had left this world for Home! We will see you again my friend. As you know Robbin Bass King is with you now. She loved to Pick on you, do it’s pretty cool that you too are together
I just learned of Jeff’s death. So sorry to read about this tragic event. Jeff and I served on the CCYM together during our high school years. So many fun memories of CCYM meetings around the Al-WFla conference. We had not communicated in years, but it’s all come flooding back. He was always so fun to be around. Again, very sorry for your loss.
I just now learned of Jeff passing. I’m so sorry for all of you. Especially Will and Tanner. You are awesome boys and I’m so sorry you have had to go through this. I lost my mom almost a year ago so I know what you are feeling. Even though your father and I were only married for a short amount of time, he shered a love I will never forget. He was a great man and I hope that you feel the same about him as I do.
Sorry, we shared. Tears got in the way.
Sorry, Will and Carter.