Louis Millington, Jr Obituary, Death – On Friday evening, Louis “L.J.” Millington, Jr., 47, of New Egypt, died away at RWJ University Hospital in Hamilton with his devoted family at his side. L.J. was born and raised in the city of Trenton. began his incredible career in Fire/EMS volunteer service at the age of 16 with Liberty Rescue, where he volunteered with his parents, who instilled in him a desire for working in this line of work and sacrificing his time to assist others. At the age of 16, L.J. also offered their time in the 11th Zone, and afterwards volunteered their time at the Rusling Hose on the Ambulance for a number of years.
His initial formal employment was with American Blue Eagle, and he then moved on to work for 911 Dispatch in Washington Township. L.J. L.J. then went to Tennessee, where he worked as a volunteer fire fighter and emergency medical services provider on Shackle Island, in addition to his employment with Murfreesboro TN Dispatch and Sumner County TN EMS. After moving back to the Trenton area in 2010, L.J. worked for the Hampton Lakes Emergency Medical Services and is a lifetime member of the Jacobstown Volunteer Firehouse, where he contributed as a fire fighter and emergency medical technician and served as a past captain. L.J. was also an active member of the Signal 22 Canteen Association in Trenton at the time of his death.
He was a devoted supporter of the Philadelphia Eagles and an ardent player of video games in his leisure time. The surviving child of the late Louis J. and Denise Kelly Millington, Sr., husband of the late Raeann Millington, and brother of the late Warren Millington, he is survived by his wife, Heather D. Millington; two sisters, Kimberly Millington and Christine Montanti and her husband David; two nephews, A.J. Millington and Denise Kelly Millington, Jr. as well as Logan; as well as his sister-in-law Rene Gervasoni; as well as his closest friend and hetero life partner, Terry Irons; as well as a large number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other relatives; as well as close friends and companions.
On the Saturday, April 1st, 2023, beginning at 10 AM, there will be a memorial visitation service held. to 1 p.m. 86 Chesterfield-Jacobstown Road, Wrightstown, New Jersey 08562; location of the Jacobstown Volunteer Firehouse. Donations in place of flowers can be sent to the Jacobstown Volunteer Firehouse at the aforementioned location or to the Signal 22 Canteen Association at 1005 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey 08611. The Buklad-Merlino Memorial Home, which can be found at 2141 South Broad Street in Hamilton, is in charge of arranging the funeral services.