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16 Pleasant Street
Augusta, ME 04330
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Milton Huntington

Milton F. Huntington

Thursday, February 11th, 1932 - Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
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Milton F. Huntington - age 88, of Stickney Terrace, died May 12, 2020, at MaineGeneral Rehabilitation and Long Term Care at Glenridge Drive after an extended illness. He was born in Belfast, Maine on February 11, 1932 the son of Arthur Huntington and Josephine (Mansfield) Huntington.
Huntington graduated from Augusta’s Cony High School in 1950, and he attended the University of Maine at Orono following two years of active duty in Korea with the U.S. Army as a Military Police officer and regimental honor guard.
Prior to his retirement in 1992, he had served for 28 years as Lead Representative for the American Petroleum Institute. He was previously employed in Maine government as executive director of the Maine Highway Safety Committee and as a publicist for the Maine Department of Economic Development. Prior to state government employment, he served as a reporter and photographer for Augusta’s Daily Kennebec Journal and the Waterville Morning Sentinel.
A longtime resident of Augusta, he was the author of A Lifetime of Laughter and Things That Make You Grin (And Maybe Tick You Off). The books were based partially on his “Milt’s Musings” columns that appeared in Augusta’s Capital Weekly newspaper over a five-year period. In addition, he recently published Celebrities, Politicians, & Me (Plus Korean Capers) and a book of poetry for children titled Poems with a Plot.
Huntington was a past president of the Maine Publicity Bureau and the former secretary-treasurer of the Maine Highway Users Conference. His community activities include service as scoutmaster and deacon for Augusta’s South Parish Congregational Church, and as a fundraiser for the Kennebec Valley United Way, Kennebec Valley YMCA and Maine General Medical Center, where he also served as a reception desk volunteer for four years. He was president of the Augusta Kiwanis Club in 1965, and he is a former president and current Secretary Emeritus of the Kiwanis Past Presidents Club. In 2011, he was named Augusta Kiwanian of the Year. In April 2019 the Maine Health Care Association selected him as one of the 35 Mainers honored in the annual Remember ME photography exhibit and recognition ceremony at the Augusta Civic Center.
Surviving is his wife of 62 years, Lillian M. (Munn) Huntington of Hallowell, ME; two sons: Charles Huntington of Newcastle, ME, and Thomas Huntington of Camp Hill, PA; and daughter Susan Harley of Mercersburg, PA. He had four grandchildren.
There are no public visiting hours and no public service planned. Burial will be in Wilton, ME at a later date.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Plummer Funeral Home, 16 Pleasant St., Augusta, ME.
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John Hale

Posted at 09:43pm
I knew Milt from his work writing a column of memories for Capital Weekly. His recollections were amazing in their nostalgic detail. He certainly had a great sense of humor that made him fun to be around. I also met Milt's son, Tom, when he wrote a book on the life of Thomas Edison in Florida. I am missing Milt. John Hale

Posted at 08:16am
Milt was such a great man who I was lucky enough to know through his wonderful daughter Susan. He was always ready with a kind word, quick smile, down to earth advice and a great story and laugh! He made the world a better place and will be missed by
many ❤️🙏RIP
Love to the whole family!
Sandy Belanger

Tammy Lindsey and Gus Choate

Posted at 03:41pm
Dear Huntington Family,
We are so very sorry for your loss.
I am so glad I took my Dad "Gus" to visit Mr. Huntington last fall. My Dad talks about all the things they did in the neighborhood when they were kids. "He was like a brother to me"
We went to Cony High school together , he was quite a guy. We had the best times a duck hunting and camping with our families.
Gus Choate and his daughter Tammy Lindsey

Sheryl Gregory

Posted at 10:10pm
So sorry to read of his passing. We are glad that he is at peace & entertaining folks in the next life.
Our sympathies to his beloved family.
John & Sherry Gregory

Gale & Paul Hicks

Posted at 11:30am
To Lil and children Charlie, Tom and Susan, Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of Milt. He was a true and loyal friend. He will be missed by all he came in contact with. His writings will immortalize him. Our prayers are with you all. God Bless.

Gale and Paul Hicks,
Venice, Florida

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