was born in Richmond, Virginia, on September 11, 1921.
He served in the United States Army Air Force from October
1942 until January 1946, first in the 94th Infantry
and later in the 39th Bomb Group during WWII and was
awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, an Air Medal
with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Asiatic Pacific Theater
Ribbon with four battle stars, WWII Victory Ribbon,
an America Theater Ribbon, and an Overseas Service Bar
for his service in the USAAF.
After leaving the service, Milt graduated from the University
of Richmond. Upon graduation from college he joined
the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Special Agent,
where he served until retirement in 1977.
was also a member of the Elks Lodge, Ashlar Lodge #98
F&AM Lodge, the St. Augustine Shrine Club, and the
Former Special Agents of Jacksonville.
and his wife Jentry were married for 62 years. He had
daughters Nancy and Susan and three grandchildren and
Milton T. Cummings, Jr., age 83, passed away on Tuesday,
February 8, 2005.