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Services Saturday for Aubrey Mario Milliner

April 18, 2005 – Aubrey Mario Milliner, better known as "Backhoe Man" "Nicko" or "Tarbo," died on April 14 at Roy L. Schneider Hospital. Milliner was 66 years old and worked as a heavy equipment operator for the Department of Public Works.
He is survived by nephews, Stern Questel, Sheridan Questel Sr. and Jr., Angelo Allen, Michael Roebuck, Henry Nurse, Angel Matos, Al Smith, Shawn Skelton, Albert Brooks, Elroy Brooks, Kenrick and Khd-Deem Mercer; nieces, Jeannette Nurse, Evelyn Jacobs, Suzette, Donna and Desiree Questel and Onelia Sibilly; brothers, Hypolite Roebuck and Robert Burke; sisters, Audrey and Edith Smith and Roselyn Blyden; many other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral services are Saturday at 10 a.m. at Memorial Moravian Church, with the viewing beginning at 9 a.m. Burial will follow at Western Cemetery. Professional arrangements are entrusted to John Thomas Memorial Funeral Chapel.

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