Milo Fred Jubin, 76, of Flintville, TN and previously a long-time resident of Red Hook, NY, passed away on Monday June 12, 2023, at Lincoln Medical Center in Fayetteville, TN.
Milo was Born on March 5, 1947, in Utica, New York, to the late Fred T. Jubin and Helen (Nellie) Brown. In 1969, Milo entered the United States Army during the Viet Nam Conflict to the Charlie Company, 2nd Battalion, 15th Infantry and remained on active duty for 2 years while stationed in Germany. Milo was quickly promoted to Specialist E-4 receiving The National Defense Service Medal and Expert Sharpshooter Badge prior to transitioning to reservist, subsequently earning an Honorable Discharge in 1974.
Over the course of the next 40 years, Milo worked for Red Hook Central Schools, The Town of Red Hook, Hudson Armored Car and Courier Service and Coxsackie Transport. Upon his retirement, Milo moved to Tennessee and worked as a parts delivery driver for Auto Zone in Fayetteville, where he met and maintained countless friends and acquaintances.
Milo enjoyed traveling and playing bass guitar, playing in numerous bands for community events throughout the years, including The Red Hook Fireman’s Carnival and Hardscrabble Day. As a motorcycle and vintage car enthusiast, for nearly four decades, he could be seen riding his 1960 Harley Davidson Pan Head throughout the community and more recently, while living in Tennessee, Milo won a trophy after showcasing his beloved and pristine 1950 Oldsmobile at a local car show event.
More than anything, Milo loved his two sons and their families. Surviving him are: Travis (Christina) Jubin and grand dogs, Blaze and Bailey of Flintville, Tennessee and Fred (Jeanne) Jubin and granddaughter, Cheyenne of Coeymans Hollow, New York.
In addition to his parents, Milo was preceded in death by his sister, Arlene Fourneir.
A memorial gathering, celebrating the life of Milo, will be held from 2pm-5pm on Saturday, July 1, 2023, at Higgins Funeral Home, Fayetteville, TN, with military honors taking place at 5pm, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Humane Society of Lincoln County, 1718 Pulaski Highway Fayetteville, TN 37334.
Burial will take place at a later date in St. Johns Reformed Church Cemetery in Red Hook, New York.
Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of Milo Fred Jubin.