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Lori Ann Milton

10/20/1965 - 05/13/2021

Lori Ann Milton, 55, of Eveleth passed away Thursday, May 13, 2021 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Duluth after a short battle with cancer.

She was born on October 20, 1965 in Virginia to Joe and Erna Milton. She graduated from Eveleth in 1984 and worked many jobs in food service and caregiving. Lori enjoyed the outdoors and photography, but loved animals most.

Survivors include her parents, Joseph and Emilie (Dittel) Milton of Eveleth; brother, David (Michele) Milton of Ely; niece, Lauren (Bryce) Anderson of Erhard, MN; nephew, Ryan (Olivia) Mahoney of Moorehead, MN; great niece, Ainsley and great nephew, Gannon, both of Erhard, MN; her furry companion, Squirt; and numerous uncles, aunts and cousins.

Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home of Virginia and Hibbing. A Celebration of Life will be held at the family home at a later date.

5 thoughts on “Lori Ann Milton”

  1. Sharon and Larry Stimac says:

    Our deepest sympathy in your loss. Hugs and prayers to all of you.

  2. Deb Spencer says:

    Heart felt thoughts to the family…..

    I was a classmate of Lori. I always enjoyed talking to her and sharing laughs. She was a good friend. I am sad to only have seen her a few times since high school. May everyone’s favorite and fondest memories carry you through this difficult time and help to celebrate Lori.

  3. Charlie Gallagher says:

    So very sorry for your loss, your daughter was one of my horseshoeing customers and a friend through the horse club that we belonged to our prayers are with you.

  4. Janelle (Milton) Maples says:

    I’m saddened to hear my cousin had past away I sooo remember playing with her as a kid. I always wondered what she was doing in her life and many times her name came out. I just wished I kept in contact with her throughout my life. She looks the same too from back then. Love you my dear cousin never forget you. See you in heaven some day, Love Janelle ( Nelle)

  5. Janelle (Milton) Maples says:

    Saddened to hear that my cousin past away, I will never forget how I loved going over to Aunt & Uncles house to play with Lori. We had so much fun at Grandma & Grandpas house too playing with Grandpas truck that had a camper on it. Such great memories with her as a kid. Love You!!! See you again someday!

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