He was born January 10, 1928. He was retired as a farmer and from general Electric, where he worked for 34 years. He was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church. He was a Korean War veteran and obtained a Purple Heart, two Bronze Stars, a Silver Star. He received the Combat Infantryman and Korean Service ribbons, a good conduct discharge and was recognized for United Nations Service and national Defense Service. He was a Kentucky Colonel.
He is survived by his wife, Jacquelyn Milliner, of St. Paul; nine sons, Dexter, Clarence (Norma), Timmy (Marilyn), and Bryan (Norma) Milliner, all of St. Paul, Neal (Crystal) Milliner, of Magnolia, Bruce Milliner, of Elizabethtown, and Mark (Reva) and Daron Milliner, both of St. Paul; five daughters, Brenda Milliner, of Elizabethtown, Lisa (James) Beville, of St. Paul, Vanessa (Kenny) Bush, of Millwood, Tracey (Chris) Carter, of Leitchfield, and Lana (Donnie) Waterman, of Clarkson; 12 grandchildren, Tonya Milliner, Adam and Jacob Beville, Desiree Waterman, Douglas Milliner, Caleb Milliner, Ashley Milliner, Shalee Carter and Bryce Milliner; and two great-grandchildren, Kayley Westpal and Lincoln Scott..
He was preceded in death by his parents, Luke Jasper and Burnia Agnes Milliner; two brothers, Irvin Rudolph Milliner and Clarence Milliner, and one sister, Verdena Lois Aubrey.
Services were held Monday, may 17 at St. Paul Catholic Church with Rev. Martin E. Hayes officiating. Burial was in the St. Paul Cemetery.