Time to be Born
Mark Anthony McMillon,Sr. was born on November 21, 1961 to the late Marshall McMillon, Sr. and the late Ruth Frasier McMillon in Colleton County, Walterboro, South Carolina.
Time to Learn
He attended the public schools of Colleton County and was a proud 1980 graduate of Walterboro High School. During his entire twelve years of school, he never missed a day of attendance. He was an awesome football player and played with Walterboro High School football team that made history, "The Mighty Twenty-Six Bulldogs." He played offense and defense.
Time to Worship
He joined St James Baptist Church in Walterboro, South Carolina at an early age.
Time to Work
Mark served in the United States Army for seventeen years. After military, he worked for The General Telephone Company in Walterboro, South Carolina, and South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT). He was an excellent painter. Therefore, in his spare time, he would take on small painting jobs for people. He was also very athletic during his military years and continued to participate in sport events.
Time to Die
No man knows the minute or the hour when the Son of God shall come and claim his children. God came and called forth the spirit of Mark on September 7, 2019 at Birmingham, Alabama's VA Medical Center, in Birmingham, Alabama. He was preceded in death by his parents, Marshall and Ruth McMillon; and one sister, Anna Ruth McMillon Ponds.
Time to Mourn
He leaves to cherish his memories his children, Mark Anthony McMillon, Jr., Tamala McMillon and Morgan McMillon; grandchildren, Monet McMillon, Mar'kyah McMillon, Legaci McMillon, Owen Pinckney, Jamez Aiken, and Adarian Pinckney; brothers, Marshall McMillon, Jr.(Mary), Terry McMillon (Mary Ann), Richard Bodison (Charlene); sisters, Trendell Lights, Shirley McMillon and Brenda Lewis (Irwin); step-daughter, Linsey Reynolds; brother-in-law, Tony Ponds and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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