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Louis "L.J." Millington, Jr.

February 21, 1976 - March 24, 2023

Louis “L.J.” Millington, Jr., 47 of New Egypt, passed away on Friday evening in RWJ University Hospital at Hamilton with his loving family by his side.


Born and raised in Trenton, L.J. began his extraordinary career in Fire/EMS volunteer work at the age of 16 with Liberty Rescue, where he volunteered with his parents who instilled his passion in this line of work and volunteering his time to help others. At 16 years old, L.J. also volunteered at 11th Zone, then volunteering at Rusling Hose on the Ambulance for several years. His first official position was with American Blue Eagle and the going to work with 911 Dispatch in Washington Township. L.J. then moved to Tennessee where he volunteered as a Fire Fighter/ EMS for Shackle Island, while working for Murfreesboro TN Dispatch as well as Sumner County TN EMS. Upon his return to the Trenton area in 2010, L.J. worked with Hampton Lakes EMS, and volunteered with Jacobstown Volunteer Firehouse as a Fire Fighter/ EMS where he served as a former Captain and is a lifetime member. L.J. was also a current member with Signal 22 Canteen Association in Trenton.


In his spare time, he was an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan and a computer gamer.


Son of the late Louis J. and Denise Kelly Millington, Sr., husband of the late Raeann Millington, and brother of the late Warren Millington, he is survived by his wife Heather D. Millington; two sisters, Kimberly Millington, and Christine Montanti and her husband David; two nephews, A.J. and Logan; and his sister-in-law Rene Gervasoni; best friend and hetero life partner, Terry Irons; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives, and close friends.


A memorial visitation service will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Jacobstown Volunteer Firehouse, 86 Chesterfield-Jacobstown Road, Wrightstown, NJ 08562.


In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Jacobstown Volunteer Firehouse at the above address, or Signal 22 Canteen Association, 1005 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08611.


Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Buklad-Merlino Memorial Home, 2141 South Broad Street in Hamilton.




 

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L.J.,

My world will certainly not be the same, I am grateful I got to be there and helpful along your journey. all our conversations, the advice, the tough love; and the laughs. You certainly helped me through my tough times. The world will certainly never be the same. 💔💔

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Carl Stephen Bloor
Carl Stephen Bloor
Mar 28, 2023

R.I.P. LJ you will be missed by everyone who had the joy of knowing you. I am proud to call you a friend. I got to know L.J. through online gaming, there was never a dull moment when he was around, plenty of laughs to be had. You really are one of a kind.


Love you mate 💖

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Never got the honor to meet LJ in person, but I always called him my gaming Uncle. LJ was the kindest most caring guy and every chance we got to speak he brightened up my mood. He supported me through a lot. You will be missed. Love you gaming Uncle ❤️🙏

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Lj you will be missed by many but you will never be forgotten. Your kindness and friendship that you shared with everyone who knew you has let a mark on this earth that no one can erase. Your brother from another mother.

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I never met LJ in person but played games with him for many years. From the very moment he joined our little gaming family, you knew he was going to be a good time. His sense of humor was engrossing and just brightened the mood of everyone in the lobby. You will be missed LJ!

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