We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Canton Location
Milton Thomas Kindell, went home to be with the lord on June 11, 2022. He was Born, December 15, 1942 in Tuskegee, Alabama to the late John and Amanda (Reeves) Kindell.
Milton attended Public schools in Tuskegee until the moved to Florida then New York, and finally to Canton, Ohio in 1955. After graduating from McKinley Sr. High School, he went on to work at Republic Steele in the late 60’s until his retirement in 2002.
He met the love of his life Susie Rhodes and they united in holy matrimony in 1968 and to that union two sons were born, Dennis Edward and Darrick Tyrone. He was a man of many talents.
He was a fine dressing man who was asked to partake in many fashion shows and he did it with style and class, even making his own wardrobe to model. He had love for cars like no other, and drove some of the finest rides on wheels. He was also a mechanic and would fix cars and trucks (mainly his own) to run to his liking. He was known to have the “baddest convertibles” in town, winning many car shows around Ohio.
Milton also had a love for music and became one of the baddest DJ’s canton has ever known. And was known to all as “stone Soul Disco”. He played all over stark county and surrounding areas, spinning records and drawing all of the ladies on the dance floor with that low baritone voice. He was a man of many talents, gifts, and hobbies.
Milton was baptized at an early age at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Tuskegee, Alabama. After coming to Ohio, he attended several churches with his parents and wife, but rededicated his life to Christ in the early 2000’s and was a faithful member of Mt. Calvary 2nd Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Eric Johnson until his health prevented him from attending. There he served he served on the Usher Board for many years.
Milton was a loving, giving, and caring man who loved his family and loved life. He was the baby of the “Kindell Crew” of the 7 kids.
In addition to his parents, Milton is preceded in death by his wife of 46 years, Susie Lee Kindell; son, Dennis Kindell; grandson, Khaise Wilson; brothers, James, John Jr., and Oscar Kindell; sisters, Louise Gray and Annie Randle.
He leaves to cherish his precious memory his son, Darrick T. Kindell; daughter, Beverly Wilson (Brooks); god-daughter, Adrianne “Seeky” Brewer-Grant (Travis); brother and best friend, Ferrell “Pep” Kindell; grandsons, Denairous Stokes, Khalil Wilson, Khali Q Wilson, Khaine Wilson; granddaughters, Shaniqua (Michael) Randolph, Asia Jones, Chyna Kindell, Khalyn Wilson, DeShayla Miller; (13) great grandchildren; special friends, Perry Miles, Eddie Dykes, Rev. John McIntyre, and John Johnson (deceased, as well as a host of other relatives and friends.