Brookside Funeral Home & Crematory
Milton Laurvick, 98, passed away peacefully in his sleep at home on April 20, 2019. He was a WWII veteran. Milt was born in Superior, Wisconsin to Conrad and Marie Laurvick on July 30, 1920.
Only going through the 9th grade, he attended a tech school for welding and became a self-taught fabricator. He married Ellen Lee on November 16, 1948 and moved to Seattle. He worked for Boeing for a few years then moved to Yakima. He worked for Orchard Masters and Yakima Tank and Steel before deciding to work for himself and created Fabricator Specialties and Milts Products. He manufactured irrigation boxes, sprinkler deflectors, and several fishing products which sold all over the United States. Milt loved to hunt and fish and had many great adventures during his long and wonderful life.
Milt is survived by three daughters, Jan Hallock (Don), Kathy Hallock, and Carol Robinson, eight grandsons, Jim, Curtis, and Greg (Heidi) Walters, Frank and Tony (Emily) Hallock, and Casey, Codey, and Dillon Robinson, ten great-grandsons, JR and Brian Hallock, Jackson and Harrison Hallock, Mario, Emillio, and Alex Walters, Elijah Walters, and Garen Kimes, two great-granddaughters, Bo Marie Robinson and Scarlett Robinson, one great-great-grandson, Bailey Kimes, and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, Joeseph, Conrad, Lavern, Lyle, and Orren Laurvick, his wife, Ellen, and son-in-law, Frank Hallock.
A special thanks to everyone from Memorial Home Hospice for all their help and advice in the last week of Milts life and thank you all at Brookside Funeral Home for all your concern and help.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 10:00 am at Holy Rosary Church in Moxee. Brookside Funeral Home is caring for the family. Online condolences may be left at www.brooksidefuneral.com.