Condolence: I would like to send sympathy from my family to all of you. It is so hard to believe that Butch has passed away- he was so strong and so positive and somehow I believed he would be there the next time I visited, just as he has for so many, many years. Butch was so very kind hearted, humorous, always up-beat and smiling. My father was very fond of Butch (as we all are), and valued his friendship. How thankful we are for all the times Butch plowed the road to my father's house and a path for the oilman to get to the oil pipe in the deep cold of the winter months long after my father was able to do it himself.There are so many things he did that were life-savers for my father, not the least of which was the friendship that they shared. We cannot thank you enough for all of the things you did. My father loved to watch Butch go out in his boat and come back in again-it marked the time of the day and the seasons. When we came to visit we would wonder what would be new at Butch and Julie's house as they so often had done something new - he took such pride in his beautiful home. He and Julie seemed to take everything in stride, and I feel as though we all relied on his strength and his dependability. He also had so much love for his beloved collies. I'm sure the town of St. George and all who knew him will miss this kind and gentle soul who was always there for other people.Thank you Butch for being the caring person that you were. You have touched many lives and we are thankful for having had the great pleasure of knowing you. With our deepest sympathy, Mardee, Rob and Eric Milikowski
Please accept my sympathy.
I will always remember him with great fondness.
He had a wonderful fun loving spirit and was a man of determination as he worked toward his goal he had set in learning.
He will be missed.