Let the memory of Milton be with us forever
  • 75 years old
  • Born on December 11, 1934 .
  • Passed away on October 10, 2010 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Milton Bins 75 years old , born on December 11, 1934 and passed away on October 10, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Linda Davis on 11th December 2014
I can still hear the excitement in his voice and my mother's too whenever they saw each other and that hearty laugh of his. Rest on Angel...Missed terribly
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 11th December 2014
TODAY MILTON WOULD HAVE BEEN 80 YEARS OLD. WISH HE COULD BE HERE SO WE COULD SHARE THIS MILESTONE.
Posted by Terry Tabor on 11th December 2014
Milton was one of a kind type person. He will be forever missed. He was my boss, my friend, my advisor, my Godfather. Loved him much and missing him more.
Posted by Crystal Kuykendall on 11th October 2014
Gone but never forgotten! What an AWESOME Godfather! Miss you more than ever! RIP Crystal
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 10th October 2014
Four years have not reduced the impact of 10/10/10. My view of life has been forever broadened because of the twenty-seven years of marriage to Milton. His achievements and the risks he took were remarkable. I have gained in appreciation for living life to its fullest. He will forever be missed by those of us who had the opportunity to fully know him.
Posted by Terry Tabor on 10th October 2014
I miss Milton's Santa Clause laugh, his honesty and opinions on love, peace and happiness. Such a very wise man. To me he was my father by heart. I truly miss a dear friend.
Posted by Linda Davis on 11th December 2013
May your soul rest in paradise.Just thinking you are among all of the rest of the family that has gone before and after you celebrating. I really miss that big laugh.
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 11th December 2013
My dear Milton, I have such wonderful memories of your birthdays. My favourite includes celebrating with your Goddaughter Crystal and the wonderful parties we shared!
Posted by Gail Hansberry on 29th October 2013
Milton joined our family when he married our cousin Carolyn Fitchett. My sister Kay and I enjoyed a warm relationshp with them, including lively discussions about politics and education. After Carolyn died in 1981, Milton remained our cousin. I particularly appreciated his moral support when I was executive director of ASALH. Kay and I always remember Milton's reflections and friendship.
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 10th October 2013
One of the things I learned from the years spent with Milton is that is no path in a real relationship is free of conflict. How two people work through these inevitable challenges will reveal the caring and strength that lay behind their commitment. This is true in love and friendship. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Terry Tabor on 12th December 2012
I am blessed to have Known Milton as my boss as well as a friend. My father passed away when I was only 19 years old. So I considered Milton as my father by HEART. I will miss his wisdom and Santa Clause laughter. He will NEVER be forgotten. Thank you Milton, I love and miss you!
Posted by Marty Bond on 11th December 2012
Your wisdom lives on Milty! Smiles on your birthday! We will remember you ALL WAYS AND FOREVER! Larry says, "may the politics of love always be with Uncle Milton!"
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 11th December 2012
Happy 78th Birthday Milton! I added the photos taken at the Memorial Dinner in December 2010 at a Washington D.C. steakhouse. Milton requested that in lieu of a formal memorial service and funeral that Gregory and I get together with a few of his closest and dearest friends and have a great dinner to celebrate his wonderful life and that is what we did!
Posted by Katrina Reed on 10th October 2012
It's hard to believe that it has been two years. I will always remember the fun times we all shared, the long talks some serious and some just plain fun. Will remember the Bar-b-cue runs which became a tradition for our gang of friends. You will always be remembered and a special friend.
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 10th October 2012
As the time passes since we were last together, I realize more and more how much my husband's friendship and love has meant to my life. I miss his wonderful smile, his laughter, the good times and even the bad times. I remember you today and always.
Posted by Marty Bond on 16th September 2012
My dearest forever friend Milty, your spirit truly lives on! What a blessing to have known you! There aren't enough words to explain how much you meant to me and how much I miss you. At such a time as this....you saw beyond the skies....I am reminded of your strength. And I carry on! Thank you Adrienne for a memory-tribute. With love, Marty
Posted by Crystal Kuykendall on 11th October 2011
I miss my beloved Godfather so much. For nearly 50 years he was friend/Godfather/Advisor/mentor/confidant.His passing has created a vast emptiness but the memories of happy days & laughs will never die! How fitting to listen to My Way, my late husband's theme song as I write!RIP!
Posted by Marty Bond on 10th October 2011
Dearest Milton, You will long be remembered by me and my family. You taught us so much about so many things by being so true to being Milton. Your spirit lives on forever; we smile, and our hearts have been touched by you. Love you, Milty! Marty and the Bond family.
Posted by Adrienne Bins on 10th October 2011
My dear, dear husband, Milton, you are truly loved and missed.
Posted by Carlene Bawden on 10th October 2011
My Dear Friend... Rarely does a day pass that I do not think of you, then I see your great smile, and easy laughter, and sense of humor..... and you feel so close. Love, Carlene
Posted by Al Mazza on 8th March 2011
I remember the many times when Milton demonstrated his love for young people and the ways that he expressed that love in so many places in the USA and Israel. He will be sorely missed by all.
Posted by Sheila Joynes(bins) on 24th December 2010
My Dear Cousin Milton..... It sadden my heart to have heard about Milton's homegoing weeks later. Having only just reunited with him through a by chance discovery of someone who knew him who just happen to put me in touch with Milton through Andrienne. It was a pleasure to have been able to reconnect to Milton after so many years. Thanks Andrienne for the reconnection and God Bless
Posted by Del & Marilyn Marbrook on 13th December 2010
Milton was a dear man, a unique spirit, and we will miss him terribly. God bless you and all the smiles you left in this life. Del and Marilyn Marbrook
Posted by Mildred Hubbard on 3rd November 2010
Although, I did not have much communication and contact with cousin Milton growing up. our grandmother had a graduation picture of him. I felt very close to him. The many times, I saw Milton, he always had a big smile and friendly conversations. He was a busy person and it was hard to keep in touch with him. He wii always be loved and remembered. Cousin: Mildred B. Hubbard----New Orleans, LA
Posted by Arthur Jefferson on 2nd November 2010
I was blessed to have Milton as a friend and confidant for over 35 years. I am a Democrat and Milton was a Republican but we shared many common enduring values:the importance of the viability of public education; equal opportunity for all students, and fairness and equal justice for all people. Arthur Jefferson, Supt. Emeritus, Detroit Public Schools
Posted by Sarah Davidsson on 29th October 2010
Milton's spirit will forever live in my heart. I am honored to have served as the Public Relations Coordinator for the Council of 100 under Milton. He taught me so much and he gave me numerous opportunities to use my skills. One day I will write about the Council and Milton's leadership will front and center of my book. Thank God for the gift of MB. Silver Spring, MD
Posted by Brenda Alford on 22nd October 2010
I got to know Milton when I became an officer of the Council of 100, and learned a great deal about Republican politics from him. He was a real political warrior or a stalwart as they say. His legacy will never be forgotten. Just think of all he did without the technology of today . . . e-mail, iPhones and online capability to reach hundreds and thousands. Brenda Alford, Silver Spr MD
Posted by Ken Silber on 20th October 2010
I knew Milton when we were interns in the Ford Foundation IEL program in Washington, DC, 1969-70. He was a great colleague and leader even then, and a friend. He led the group on a trip to Chicago and got us into the Chicago Conspiracy Trial, and we met Jesse Jackson at Operation Breadbasket. We had many wonderful adventures together in the IEL program. I will miss him greatly. He was a great man.
Posted by Joan Harlan on 19th October 2010
Although I have only known Milton for a brief time, I am truly impressed with his legacy. He was a great man and I am proud to have made his acquaintance. Joan Harlan
Posted by Linda Davis on 18th October 2010
This is just what cuz Milton would've ordered, I love this tribute.I truly will and already miss the phone conversations my Mom, he and I had but I will never forget them, along with that big hearty laugh of his. I love me some Milton Bins.

Leave a Tribute