Milton Ivory was born on April 3, 1956 to Clifton Sr. and Gladys (Royal) Ivory in Pittsburg Texas.
Milton graduated from Pittsburg High School in 1974, where he played football and ran track. He won numerous medals and trophies. Milton lived in Arlington, Texas for several years before moving back to Pittsburg, Texas. He worked for Pilgrim’s Pride in Mount Pleasant for 28 years until his health failed him. After retiring from Pilgrim’s, he put effort in doing a garden every year and was successful. He was a member of Mt. Gilmore Baptist Church in Mt. Pleasant. He was surrounded by his caring friends C.E., Frankie, Thomas, Doug, Tyrin in which they all loved barbequing on the weekends and fishing and hunting.
He was preceded in death by his father Clifton Ivory Sr., his mother Gladys (Royal) Ivory Aldridge, his brothers Clifton Ivory Jr. and Purcell Ivory, father and mother-in-law Rev C.E. and Marie Rosborough.
Milton leaves to cherish his memories: his wife Billie; two sons Keith Ivory of Arlington, Texas; Mackenzie Rosborough of Mount Pleasant, Texas; one daughter Alundra Ivory of Mount Pleasant, Texas, one granddaughter Ke’Chauna Ivory of Arlington Texas; two stepsons Roland (Ashley) Rosborough of Longview Texas, and Karl Rockwell of Pittsburg, Texas; four step grandsons Isaiah, Nicholas, Xzavier, and Karl Jr. one sister Patricia (Wayne) Aldridge of Arlington, Texas, two brothers Jessie (April) Ivory of Pittsburg, Texas, and Mackie Ivory of Diboll, Texas. He also leaves numerous nieces and nephews, whom he loved very much, and a host of relatives and friends and a special friend cousin Ollie Mae Eaton.
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