John K. Millholland III
Sep 23, 1932 – Jan 30, 2015
John Keim Millholland, III, 82, of Louisa passed away Friday, January 30, 2015 in his home.Mr. Millholland was a U.S. Army vet, serving in Korea. He was a lifelong Louisa resident and a member of the Louisa United Methodist Church. He was active in Boy Scouts as an assistant scoutmaster and coached and managed the Louisa Little League Baseball Mets team.Survivors include his wife, Shelby Millholland of Louisa; son John Keim Millholland IV of Spotsylvania, daughter Amy Schick (John) of Louisa; grandchildren Christopher, Joshua, Stephanie, Meg, and Anna; great-grandchildren C.J., Isaiah, Zeke, and Bella; sister Marie M. Clark of Woodbridge; nephew Bobby and niece Joan; and cousins Gay Ann Hart, Jo Busbee, and Estelle Crawford.A service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 3 at Louisa United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. prior to the service at the church.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Louisa United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 217 Louisa, VA 23093 or Hospice of the Piedmont, Peter Jefferson Place, 675 Peter Jefferson Pkwy #300 Charlottesville, VA 22911.
Shelby, Clem, Amy and Anna and family – My thoughts and prayers are with you each during this time of deepest sorrow and loss.
With our heartfelt love and sympathy. We will continue praying for all. Much love.
Shelby, Amy, Clem. I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to you for the loss of your husband, father. I know the significance of your loss and pray that God will be especially near to your hearts as you grieve.
may gods riches blessings be with you and yours, your friend in CHRIST
John is the reason I call my wife Juanita. She got food stamps and John would see her regularly in the office. A typical greeting to me from John was Well Don how is Waah-nita?”. It stuck.Interesting too that I sent a letter to the editor of the Louisa TD which was published February 4. About Parker Field and the Diamond. I probably wrote it February 1. It began “In the late 1970`s my friend John from work took me to Parker Field to see the Louisa Braves play.”A storyteller of great wit and wisdom. I really liked him. I am sorry he is gone. My thoughts and prayers.”