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Golda M. Milhoan
Golda M. Milhoan, 98, went home to be with Lord on December 24, 2020. She was born June 6, 1922 in Reedy, WV to the late John and Verna Westfall.
Golda was a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She enjoyed gardening and nurturing her flowers at her Akron and West Virginia homes, both of which she frequented.
When not tending to gardens, Golda loved to travel and to accompany her son on business trips, around the country. During her travels, Golda always brought a camera, so that she could commemorate her trips.
She was a long time vendor of antiques and household items at the old Hartville Flea Market - many of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren have fond memories of helping her set up her wares over the years.
Above all else, Golda loved her whole family and enjoyed spending time with all of them whenever she could.
Preceded in death by her husband, Walter; brothers, Elza Westfall and Charles Westfall; sisters, Bertha (Luther) Slaughter and Thelma (Ern) Guthrie.
Golda is survived by her son, Larry (Sharon) Milhoan; grandchildren, Mike (Angie) Milhoan, Scott (Alisha) Milhoan, Shelly Neiger and Mandy Milhoan; great grandchildren, Eric Milhoan, Brandon Milhoan, Walter Milhoan, Luke (Rebecca) Milhoan, Lori Milhoan, Nicholas Neiger, Austin Milhoan, Paige Milhoan; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A private family gathering will take place at the funeral home on Wednesday, December 30, 2020.
Interment at Mount Zion Cemetery in Roane County, West Virginia.
My favorite memories of Gran...
When she would come over to our house and watch us kids. Spending the night at her house and getting out the queen (her sofa that made into a bed). Also... she had the best toys! Going to the thrift stores and setting up at Hartville and Montrose flea markets. Buying as many baseball cards and putting them in albums. Taking pictures and taking the film to get it developed. Our fun with stamp collecting. Her home cooked meals. Our trips... mainly to West Virginia but also to Tennessee and out to the ocean where we got pictures of her on a surf board. Her gardens and her love for flowers. I can think of so many memories.. too many to list.
But most of all her love for our family. Gran will be missed so much but she left us with enough memories to last a lifetime. She was the best grandma that anyone could have asked for!
Shelly Neiger Dec 29 2020 12:00 AM
Scott and family, .
With deepest sympathy as you remember your Grandma Golda. Sending healing prayers to you and your family.
Allen Morelock Dec 29 2020 12:00 AM
Some of my favorite memories of Golda were times spent sitting next to her chair and talking to her while everyone else talked. She was a wonderful woman whom I respected and loved very much. May she rest in peace.
Mandy Milhoan Dec 27 2020 12:00 AM