Millicent R. Young
January 1, 1936 - August 4, 2021
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13441 W State Rd. 54
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13441 W State Rd. 54
Linton, IN 47441
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Linton, IN 47441
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Millicent R. Young, age 85, of Bloomington, passed away peacefully at 11:35 pm on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, at Monroe Hospital. She was born in Decatur, IL on January 30, 1936, the daughter of Rev. C.O. Grubbs & Frances (Roney) Grubbs. Millicent married Rev. Myron W. Young on July 18, 1959 in Decatur, IL. She…

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Sharon Dickson left a message on August 16, 2021:
What a joy Millicent and Mike were! I work at the Monroe County YMCA and enjoyed their company almost every day they came into the Y! I would help locate 2 available NuStep machines for them so they could peddle side-by-side. We had some wonderful conversations and it was so nice to get to know them. Though their health made life difficult for them, they always had smiles for everyone around them. They were lovely people and it was a pleasure to know them.
Jack & Betty Harbin left a message on August 13, 2021:
Thinking of the family of Young! Special times spent with them at Morgantown Baptist Church!Special people in our lives! Jack & Betty Harbin.
Becky Watson left a message on August 13, 2021:
Millicent was my awana leader and my piano teacher when I was a child. After I moved away, I would come back to visit friends and I always went to church at olive branch and visited with her. She was always so interested in my life and how I was doing. We kept in touch over the years. She came to my wedding. She met my babies. She was an avid Facebook commenter and always left sweet messages on my pictures. She was a very special lady. I’ll never forget her. I know she is with Jesus now and I look forward to visiting with her again one day.
Diane Thayer left a message on August 11, 2021:
Millicent & her husband were two of the dearest people--so kind & thoughtful. No matter what difficulties they were dealing with, they always had a smile. I knew both of them through their classes at the Monroe County YMCA. Because of their wonderful attitudes, as a couple, they were given the "Yes I Can!" award at one of our Christmas luncheons. I'm visualizing them together holding hands & smiling down on all of us. It was an honor to know them.
Phil & Cindy (Adams)Fisk left a message on August 9, 2021:
We are so sorry to learn of Millies home going. We know it’s hard for those keft behind, but so wonderful that she is safely in the arms of Jesus forever now. Our prayers are with you! I remember always hanging out with you all when we were young. Some very fun and fond memories. When we were raising support for going to Zaire- we visited your parents with our baby daughter. She took a nap on the bed and remembered her rolling off if it. It was quite scary, but she was ok. These are a few memories I have. Blessings and love from us in Belgium.
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Shelley Hanmo Qian left a message on August 9, 2021:
Thank you Grandma Young for your serves in the ministries, your love for music, and your care for others. I remember and appreciate all of your support for me over the years, attending my music recitals and inviting me to your home for dinner. I will miss you but I also know that you are now in a better place with our Jesus Lord and Savior. I want to send my deep condolences to all of your family and loved ones. In Christ, Shelley
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