In Memoriam : Delbert Millsap Jr.
Delbert Millsap Jr. - age: 67
(February 14, 1953 to October 17, 2020 )
Resident of Exeter, California
A viewing will be held on Thursday, October 29, 2020 from 2:00 pm-6:00 pm and on Friday, October 30, 2020 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at Evans Miller Guinn Chapel. A funeral service will be held at the Exeter District Cemetery on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 2:00 pm. Following the graveside service, a reception will take place at the Exeter Womenís Club. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.evansmillerguinnchapel.com or on Facebook at Tulare County Obituaries. Services entrusted to Evans Miller Guinn Chapel.
Delbert Millsap Jr. passed away at home, surrounded by his family, on October 17, 2020 at the age of 67 after a short battle with cancer. Delbert was the oldest of 9 children and was born in Tulare, CA on February 14, 1953 to Delbert Green Millsap Sr. and Pearl Denny Millsap. Delbert spent the last 40 plus years working as a commercial painter in the central valley. He was a loving husband to Patricia Peck of 29 years, a father, an uncle, a grandfather, and a great grandfather.
Delbert is proceeded in death by his parents, grandparents Perry and Viline Millsap, Albert and Nova Harper, and his step-son Eddy Brooks. He is survived by his wife Patricia Peck Millsap, and his siblings Patsy (Bryan) Schleicher, Brenda (Steve) Santana, Donnie (Tina), Bruce, Dennis (Mary), Debbie (Jason) Sims, Gary (Sophia), and Robert (Renee). Delbertís legacy lives on through his children: daughters Kristy Millsap, Rebecca (Nathan) Langston, and Stephanie Farris-Sapein, adopted daughter Kelly Ferguson, step-sons Bob (Lisa) Brooks, Terry (Kim) Brooks and daughter-in-laws Pam Brooks and Jennifer Wadkins. His memory will forever be cherished by his 22 nieces and nephews, 16 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, and all others who knew him well.
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Jamie Trimm - October 30, 2020 Contact this person
Dub was a good guy who will be greatly missed, though I do like to think about how heís with his mom and dad now who Iím sure heís missed for a long time. I liked the way he called me ďsis,Ē and I really appreciated the way he read my face and met my need one night and sent Pat to the store for a bottle of Jack for me. Even after his youngest brother Robert and I divorced, when I ran into Dub at the hospital visiting Robert with our son Nate he extended the same level of kindness and acceptance he always had just like his amazing mother Pearl always had to everyone. Iíll always feel extremely blessed and beyond grateful for knowing and sharing time with this big beautiful family and Iím very proud of the giant next generation Millsap I got to help bring into this world. Praying for Godís love and peace for you all right now, especially Pat. Love and prayers always and forever, Jamie (Reed) Trimm ❤️🙏xoxo PS That was an excellent video tribute - loved all the pics but especially the really old ones - not an easy thing to do - amazing job!! 😎👍