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Milton G Korb

April 11, 1946 September 10, 2019
Milton G Korb
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Obituary for Milton G Korb

Milton G. Korb, 73, of Muscoda died, Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at the UW Hospital after a long illness. He was born on April 11, 1946 the youngest of six children of Richard and Martha (Ellerman) Korb. Milton grew up on a farm near Marytown, Wisconsin. He worked as a government certified welder, boiler foundry worker, security work but his favorite was logging. As a side note the home of a logger always smells of the outdoors, fresh cut wood and sawdust, no air fresheners needed. Milton’s favorite things to do were driving around town with the dogs, eating burgers in the park, visiting with friends and watching Fox News Channel. He was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous with 35 years of sobriety. Milton was a man that no matter how he felt, he would be there to offer help. He also cared very much for his friends, so if he was your friend, feel loved.

Milton is survived by his longtime companion: Deborah J. Antoniak;
His dogs: Rusty and Daisy;
Three sisters: Alyce Buechel, Ludine (Jim) Daniels, Nathalie Faris;
Three children: Rob, Tom, Lorrie;
Grandson: Craig;
Two sisters-in-law: Evelyn Korb, Geraldine Korb;
Many loved nieces and nephews.

Milton was preceded in death by his parents Richard and Martha, brothers Allan and Richard, brothers-in-law Francis Buechel and Jay Faris, and his best dog Digger.

As per Milton’s wishes he will be cremated, and his ashes taken home to Marytown. There will be a Celebration of Life in the Lone Rock at God’s House of Hope at a later date. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements.


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