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Milton (Stormy) Dean Hoskins


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Milton (Stormy) Dean Hoskins

Milton (Stormy) Dean Hoskins, 73, of Roswell, NM, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, May 1, 2020.

SERVICES: A Graveside Service will be held at General Douglas L. McBride Veterans Cemetery on Saturday, May 9, 2020, at 10:00 AM.

On July 23, 1946, Milton was born to Kenneth and Priscilla Hoskins in Wallace, Idaho. He went to Grand Canyon High school in Arizona, where he was an outstanding athlete. Milton left college to serve his county as an Ammunition Storage Specialist for the United States Army in the Vietnam War.

Milton moved to Roswell, New Mexico, with his family to open a Hancock Fabrics store that he operated with his in-laws. Later in life, he was a construction supervisor for Conlee Construction. Milton was a dedicated Boy Scout Little League member troop leader, and Basketball and Baseball coach for many years and made a positive impact on many lives. Milton was a member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. He was an avid outdoorsman; hunting, fishing, and camping were among his favorite past times. Milton also enjoyed woodworking.

SURVIVORS: Those left behind to cherish memories of Milton are his children: Mark Hoskins of Lubbock, Texas, Kimberly Hoskins of Roswell, New Mexico, Kendra Ridenour Brooks of Rio Rancho, New Mexico; grandchildren: Lauren Brooke Rodgers of Lubbock, Texas, Logan Hoskins of Lubbock, Texas, Casey Conlee of Roswell, New Mexico, Autumn Hoskins of Lubbock, Texas, Cade Conlee of Roswell, New Mexico, Aavae Brooks of Rio Rancho, New Mexico; great-granddaughter, Pyper Virginia Ruth Hoskins of Lubbock, Texas; sister, Penny Hoskins of Warrenton, Virginia; brother, Jeff Hoskins and wife Sue of Glendale, Arizona; nephew, Tony Schultz of Warrenton, Virginia; as well as his niece, Michelle Cautwell La Salle of Thornton, Colorado.

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PRECEDED: Milton is preceded in death by his wife, Tanya Ann Hoskins; parents, Kenneth and Priscilla Hoskins; brother, Emmitt Hoskins.

The family would like to give a special “Thanks” to Takiesha Fount Leroy from Kindred Hospice for providing kind and compassionate care to Milton.


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