Decosta McMillan
Decosta McMillan
Decosta McMillan
Decosta McMillan
Decosta McMillan
Decosta McMillan

Obituary of Decosta F. McMillan

Decosta F. McMillan, Sr. was born to the late John F. McMillan and Mary E. Dixon Harris on April 10,1940 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The family then move to Boston,Mass in 1951 with his sisters, the late Willa Mae Edwards and Gloria Harris. v attended various schools and while working at a shoe factory in Dorchester, Mass, he met Adell Darby in 1960 who he later married in 1977. Lee had a love for cars, particularly Cadillacs. Whenever you seen in riding around town two things were certain, his cars were always clean and he always had a big smile on his face. Decosta also had a love for driving, so much so, he became a cab driver and drove them for many years. In 1990, Lee became a member of St. John Missionary Baptist Church. Brother McMillan was an active and proud member of the usher board, male chorus and senior choir until his untimely death. Decosta “Lee” McMillan, Sr. was cherished and will be missed by many. He leaves to mourn a wife, Adell McMillan, a daughter Yarsemender Lisa McMillan, sons Decosta McMillan Jr. and Kevin D. Johnson, Sr. as well as a host of nieces, nephews, grandchildren, children and a great granddaughter.
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Friday
19
February

Waking Period

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday, February 19, 2021
New Faith Missionary Baptist Church
66 Geneva Ave
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Viewing & Visitation Private ~Immediate Family Only~ ***Due to the recent Pandemic this event will be by Invitation Only Max. - 25 People - Ushered by TWOs in rotation - Stay Within Your Vehicles Until Released By A Director.
Friday
19
February

Celebration of Life and Legacy

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Friday, February 19, 2021
New Faith Missionary Baptist Church
66 Geneva Ave
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Funeral Ceremony Private ~Immediate Family Only~ ***Due to the recent Pandemic this event will be by Invitation Only Max. 25 People Seated
Friday
19
February

Final Resting Place

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Friday, February 19, 2021
Oaklawn Cemetery
427 Cummins Highway
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
617-325-4490
Committal Service - Graveside Ceremony ***Due to the recent Pandemic this event will be by Invitation Only Visitors must be on the Invitation List to attend. Max. of 25 people
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