Executive secretary; genealogist.  Born– Jan. 1, 1912, Decatur, Ala. Parents– Eugene Edward and Perkins (Stroup) Milam. Married– Jule M. Julich, June 11, 1936. Children– Three. Education– Blackwood Davis Business University, Oklahoma City; John Calhoun Junior College, Decatur, Ala.; University of Alabama Extension Center in Huntsville. Executive Secretary, Oklahoma Natural Gas Corp., Oklahoma Dept. of Public Welfare, Office of Price Administration, and Kansas State Superintendent of Education, all within the period 1931-1946; Chief Clerk, Selective Service, Topeka, Kan., 1946-1948; Secretary, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Topeka, 1948-1950; Redstone Arsenal, Ala., 1950-1971, as secretary and administrative assistant to the resident engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, secretary and personal assistant to the deputy commanding general, and to the commanding general, U.S. Army Ballistic Missile Agency, and executive secretary, U.S. Army Missile Command. Retired, 1971.  Wrote a column “Southern Kinfolks,” which was published in the Decatur Daily, Decatur Free Press, and Hartselle Enquirer.  Member UDC, DAR, and Colonial Dames; state president and international vice-president of Business and Professional Women.  Received the Elmer Minter Award from the Morgan County Genealogy Society, 2010.  Died May 28, 2011.


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