We Honor our VeteransMickey Milam served in the US Army, Airborne Division from 1961 to 1964. He started basic training in Tank Hill, Ft. Jackson, South Carolina. After basic training, Mr. Milam trained in Radioteletype communications in Fort Gordon, Georgia. Later, Mr. Milam went to jump school in Fort Benning, Georgia. He spent most of his time in the Army as a skilled cryptologist in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Notably, Mr. Milam helped keep the peace during the civil rights movement, ensuring the safety of minorities during the beginning of integration in public schools. Mr. Milam remembers his service fondly. He enjoyed the comradery and fellowship of his fellow veterans and continues his service today by honoring deceased veterans at Milam Funeral and Cremation Services.
Veteran Funeral Information
Who is eligible?
- Honorably discharged members of the armed forces.
- Select reserve military members.
- Spouse of a veteran.
- Dependent children of a veteran.
- Government provided headstone or monument
- U.S. Burial Flag
- Burial or Niche space at the National Cemetery for the veteran, their spouse and dependent children.
- Death related transportation expenses
- Some funeral expenses if the death is related to the service person’s status