Obituary: Joseph ‘Stacy’ Milligan, 43, of Loganville

A beautiful blue-eyed, blonde haired baby, named Stacy, was born on August 27, 1974 to Joe and Deborah Milligan. From an early age, Stacy showed an interest in music and singing. At the age of 11, he began taking piano lessons. He grew into a talented musician who sang and played the piano beautifully. This talent would bless many others in his life, as he was church pianist for Center Hill Baptist Church in Loganville, for 4 years and later at other churches, choirs and through enrollment at Georgia Southern University. Stacy’s talents didn’t stop with music, though, as he learned the art of massage therapy and cosmetology. He made many friends along the way, with his amazing wit, charm and hilarious personality. Stacy loved his family dearly, including his parents, brother, sister in law, niece and nephews and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. His best friend and the love of his life, was his partner of 18 years, Randy. They enjoyed traveling together, going on cruises and visiting the many friends that they had made together. Stacy’s life was cut short on Jan. 26, 2018, after a long battle with diabetes related complications. He will be deeply missed by all. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents James and Laura Milligan and maternal grandfather, Herbert Duke. He is survived by his partner, Randy Doolittle, maternal grandmother, Jeannie Cryder, parents, Joe Milligan and Deborah Milligan, brother Nick (Angie) Milligan, niece and nephews: Rachel, Bradley and Trent Milligan. Stacy was also dearly loved by his partner’s parents: Jackie and Lois Frogge and Randy’s siblings. He leaves behind many loving aunts, uncles and beloved cousins, great nieces and nephews. A private, family only, graveside service will be held.

Reposted courtesy of Tim Stewart Funeral Home.

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