Stephen A. Milich, age 34, of Brentwood Dr., Pymatuning Twp., Greenville, passed away Wednesday evening, March 20, 2024 in Select Medical Hospital Boardman, OH, after a six-month illness. He was born in Greenville on June 15, 1989 to Raymond J. and Leigh Ann (Davies) Milich.

Stephen was a 2007 graduate of Reynolds High School and received his B.A. in Communication from Thiel College in 2011. During his youth, he was a 3rd Degree Blackbelt and 3x World Champion in sparing of Taekwondo. Stephen was also a longtime participant at Infinite Consortium Gaming in Sharon and he truly loved baseball, especially the Cleveland Indians and the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. He is survived by his father, Raymond J. Milich of Greenville; his sister, Amanda Davis and her husband David of Indianapolis, IN and his niece, Zoey Davis. He was preceded in death by his mother, his maternal grandparents, Ronald and Sally Davies and his paternal grandparents, Raymond and Betty Milich.

A private family graveside service will be held in Rickert Cemetery.  Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.



  1. Amy Barber Amy Barber
    March 23, 2024    

    Raymond and Amanda,
    I’m so very sorry for your loss. Leigh Ann and I worked together for many years. Our second pregnancies were the exact same time. My daughter was born 4 days before Stephen. My prayers are with you..
    Amy Barber

  2. Rise Webber Rise Webber
    March 23, 2024    

    Many years ago I worked with Stephen’s mother. I remember her speaking of both her children. My condolences to his family.

  3. Bonnie Thompson Bonnie Thompson
    March 23, 2024    

    Ray and Amanda,
    My deepest sympathies to you and your family. My prayers are with you all.

  4. Julie Henderson Julie Henderson
    March 23, 2024    

    Dear Amanda and Mr Milich,
    Please accept my deepest condolences. Stephen was a such a kind and caring young man.
    Stephen was a math student of mine his senior year in high school. We always had some great conversations especially since it was first period and most of the students were still waking up. As we would converse, sometimes I would forget to send the daily attendance. It became a joke and Stephen would ask me every day, “Did you send the attendance?”
    The next year as Stephen started his next adventure at Thiel College, he sent me an email letting me know how his classes were going. He sent the email early in the morning so of course he asked, “Did you send your attendance?” I was so happy that he reached out and of course that made my day. As he continued into that freshman year, I still received a few more emails but they were much shorter and simply asked about attendance. Those emails made me laugh and I knew Stephen was doing well.
    Sending love, Julie Henderson

  5. Anonymous Anonymous
    March 23, 2024    

    Dear Ray and Family. I m so sorry in regard to your loss. I pray for your comfort during this sad time. Joyce Nych Zalac

  6. Alex Alex
    March 24, 2024    

    Dear Ray and family,
    I’m so sorry, so sorry for your loss. Stephen was a great friend, and an even greater person. A shining light in the communities he was a part of. ICG will be emptier without him. He will be missed by so many of us.

  7. Lorie New Lorie New
    March 24, 2024    

    Dear Mr. Milich and family,
    Please accept my sincere condolences. I got to know Steve when he attended Thiel College. I worked in The Bistro and he would stop in regularly. Such a sweet kid. Always happy and talkative. Praying that God gives you His comfort and peace during this sad time.

  8. Johanna Murray Johanna Murray
    March 25, 2024    

    Deepest sympathy for your loss. Prayers toyour family.

  9. Dr. Howard Nagle, Jr. Dr. Howard Nagle, Jr.
    April 1, 2024    

    Dear Ray and family,
    So sorry to hear of Stephen’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time.
    With deepest sympathy.

  10. Dakota bedeski Dakota bedeski
    April 17, 2024    

    My condolences Mr. Milich. I didn’t even he had passed, til this Monday. I remember talking about the new cards games we were going to play and MTG. Your family will be in my prayers

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