Milton Wilborn III

  • Born: January 11, 1971
  • Died: September 26, 2020
  • Location: Manassas, Virginia

Ames Funeral Home

8914 Quarry Road
Manassas, VA 20110

Tel. (703) 368-2814

Tribute & Message From The Family

Celebrating the life of Milton "Trey" Wilborn III who entered into eternal peace on Saturday, September 26, 2020, at Capital Caring Health,
Aldie VA.
Milton was born on January 11, 1971, in Los Angeles, CA, the youngest of three siblings. Trey spent his childhood in Pomona attending Pomona
Valley Christian School, Allison Elementary, Emerson Middle and Pomona High. He came to know Jesus as his personal savior and was baptized
May 1976 by Rev. E. C. Johnson at the Holy Missionary Baptist Church, Pomona, CA. He united with First Mount Zion Baptist Church on
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As a member of the First Mount Zion Baptist Church, Milton served in the Parking Ministry.
Milton is survived by his mother, Josie Wilborn, and wife Shawni Wilborn. His father, MiltonJr., preceded him in death. Other relatives include his
children, LaShawndra Renee Proctor, Andrew Kahlil Wilborn, Khariman A'lese Wilborn and Tishauna Barnes; grandchildren, Adonis Barnes,
Athena Barnes; siblings, brother, Jeffrey, sister, Mia Stevenson, aunts; Blanche Bearden, Emma Wilborn, Carolyn Carter; uncles, Harold Wilborn,
Richard Barnett, and Roy Barnett.; friend and brother Steven Green. Numerous nephews, nieces, great niece, cousins, extended family and
friends who miss his calm demeanor and love for family unity. The family will continue to carry on his legacy.
Milton, "Trey" was a wise caring compassionate discerning faithful loving husband, respectful and honorable son who cherished his parents;
as a sibling he was non judge-mental faithful, supportive, his role was that of the older brother who fought a good fight of faith and hope;
as a Dad, he always provided comfort whether the decisions lead to failure or success; he would kindly pick up the pieces; he was always there to
see me through; He was the best father I could ever ask to have. He fought not only for the people he loved, his kids and family but others who
were in need; He showed strength when it seems he would fall; He was the best role model for me and made sure I knew he loved me no matter the
circumstance; My dad was my superhero; As a business owner, he was an honest man of integrity who gave of himself to assist others. His parting
phrase when he departing is, "peace out".


Condolence & Memory Journal

Trey will be sorely missed! May God continue to cover his family and us friends during this very difficult time. Rest in God's abundance Trey! With love!

Posted by Angela Brice - Manassas, VA - Friend   October 02, 2020

My Condolences and prayers goes out to you and your family. Thank you for being part of a loving church. Your sister in Christ from the Mass Choir Alto Section.

Posted by Valerie Derrick - Woodbridge, VA - Acquaintance   October 01, 2020

You have my deepest condolences, may God give you comfort and peace

Posted by Rev.Dr.Victoria Matthews - Baltimore, MD - Family   October 01, 2020

So sorry for your loss. May God be with you.

Posted by Marcy Perkins - Newport News, VA - Family   October 01, 2020

Trey i will always remember relationship we had since being one of three barbers who help start the business rest in peace my brother Big Tony!

Posted by Tony rainier - Frederickburg, VA - Coworker   October 01, 2020

So sorry for your loss. I pray that God will wrap is loving arms around the family.

Posted by Tony McGhee - Manassas, VA - Friend   September 30, 2020

I will never ever forget the support from you as the Most Worship Master and Masonic Brother to my husband prior, during and after his death 21 months ago . Deepest sympathy to the family.

Posted by Eunice Carter - Bristow, VA - Friend   September 30, 2020

Trey was the first barber who cut my boys hair. He will be missed. Sending prayers to the family

Posted by Kim Parker - Remington, VA - Acquaintance   September 29, 2020

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