Charles William Milhous

Jan. 1937 ~ Apr. 2020

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A private graveside service was held and a memorial celebration will be planned at a future date.

Charles “Bill” William Milhous

Jan 1937 ~ Apr 2020

Bill Milhous, 83, of Turlock, passed away recently. Bill was born in Lindsay CA to Charles and Lucile Milhous. He graduated from Turlock High School in the Class of 1954. Two years later he married his high school sweetheart, Charlotte Olson. They were married for 58 years until Charlotte’s death in 2014.  Bill worked as a technician for AT&T for 35 years and farmed almonds and grapes. Bill and Charlotte actively served the Lord in the First Baptist and Crossroads Churches in Turlock.

Bill was preceded in death by his parents, his wife and a son John Milhous in 2006. He is survived by his children: David and Ann Milhous of Hughson, Rusty and Lisa Wynn of Denair, DeRon Carbajal and Sheryl Milhous-Carbajal of Clovis; grandchildren: Daniel and Katherine Milhous, Jareb and Sarah Collins, Justin and Jessica Wynn, Michael and Amy Milhous, Grant and Rachel Smith, Tyler and Katie Mullany, Edward and Amanda Ramirez, Emily Wynn, and Samuel Milhous; fourteen great-grandchildren; sister Barbara Langley, and several nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service was held and a memorial celebration will be planned at a future date. Memorial contributions are suggested for Westside Ministries, 952 Columbia Ave, Turlock CA 95380. Please leave memories and condolences at www.allenmortuary.com.


Remembrances

  1. Bill Was a great christian man and mentor for many years while growing up at first Baptist church 60’s/70’s. Our families were very close growing up, and in addition to church we spent time camping and riding motorcycles together. Bill had a great speaking voice and was our Sunday school teacher for many years. He loved to invent things; garage door openers, electric door locks, solar panel for heating water, and even a small wind turbine. Our prayers and our deepest condolences go out to his family, God bless all.

    Greg and Sarah Kirkes

  2. Bill was always such a gentleman. I can’t think of ever hearing him say an unkind word. I loved the little grin that would creep over his face when he told a joke. Sometimes I would practice the organ during the Sunday School hour preparing for church time. Often Bill would poke his head in the door to say he recognized the song I was playing or maybe that I needed to “try that one again.” He is one of few people I can say I only have good memories of.

  3. I want to extend my sympathy to the family.
    I always enjoyed visiting with Bill and Charlotte at any of our class reunions and in the later years our luncheons, when he was able to make it.

    Norma Nunes Fernandes
    THS Class ’54

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