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July 3, 1935 ~ August 28, 2023 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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It is to my dismay that our great mother of light Myrna Millington has passed on. On August 22, 2022, Myrna Millington was Diagnosed with cancer, and was on hospice at Hillside Manor Hospital. Then passed away on August 28, 2023. She was a Beacon of light who was born to Ada Adele (Reid) Ottey and Huge Ottey on July 3, 1935, in Kingston Jamaica. Migrated to the United States of America to pursue a better life she met, and married Percival Millington and had four children. The first of the children was Joy Faye (Millington) Boothe, the second was Percival John Millington, the third was Sharon Lois (Millington) Forest, and the last was David Mark Millington. They proceeded to have their own children. Myrna Millington was a Seamstress and Modeled her own designs. In 1970, she purchased her first house where they raised four children. Getting up at 4:30 in the morning making sure her children's clothes were made up, and ironed for school she scooted off to work. Whatever little time she has with her children on the weekend she taught them how to lay out patterns, and make their own clothes. Which consisted of knitting and crocheting numerous things like place mat for the table. She was a true inspiration to us all she would say “Whatever you put your mind to you can achieve it”. The funny thing about our great-mother is that if you wanted time on the phone with her you would have to have enough dirt or (Gossip) be very careful with this word because you could get a slap on the back of the head out of nowhere and a voice saying don’t lie pon me. The bottom line is you have to pay the piper. Let us shine brightly the light that was ignited by her and Percival Millington our father and be a beacon of light for all that come after with the wisdom and love that was given to us and become better. I would think that it was what they wanted for us. She will be sorely missed. Sleep well great mother rest in peace we love with all our hearts.