Sallie H Milam

Sallie H Milam

Passed: April 19, 2022
Charleston, WV

Sallie H Milam

Passed: April 19, 2022
Charleston, WV

Obituary

Sallie H. Milam, 58, of Charleston, WV, passed away on Tuesday, April 19, 2022, at her residence.

Originally from Charlottesville Va, she came to Charleston after graduating from the T.C Williams School of Law in Richmond.

She was active in many social organizations and served on the boards of Covenant House and the Women’s Health Center of WV.

Sallie loved to travel, and dreamed of exotic places. She and her husband, David, were married in Fiji in 2008.

She loved music, art, and spending time gardening and caring for her lovely plants and flowers. She knew how to find beauty in all things and will forever be remembered for her kindness and generosity.

Sallie is survived by her loving husband, David S. Milam; parents, Henry and Jackie Hunt of Charleston; sister, Ze-Ze Justo of Maplegrove, Minnesota; and brother, John Hunt of Lehigh Acres, FL.

Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 21, 2022, at Saint Christopher Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Following the service, a celebration of her life for family and friends will be held at the Coonskin Park Clubhouse at Coonskin Park near Charleston.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Women’s Health Center of West Virginia at https://www.womenshealthwv.org/donate.

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9 responses to Sallie H Milam

  1. Dear David,

    I am so very sorry to hear of Sallie’s passing. She will be remembered fondly by all who worked with her, and she leaves a lasting legacy of privacy work for communities across the country. In recent days, I’ve thought about the many bridges that she built across organizations as she was so skilled at bringing people together. Sallie was a thoughtful and hard working member of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, and those who know her will always remember her warmth, smile, and effervescence. She was a delight to be around, and is greatly missed. May her memory be a blessing.

    Sincerely,
    Rachel Seeger

  2. Kim Tendrich says:

    David,
    Sallie is a truly a legend in the realm of public health and privacy. Her contributions, knowledge, guidance, and passion will be remembered for years to come. She was a wise and thoughtful colleague and will be sadly missed and fondly remembered. A true gem. Deepest condolences. XO
    Kim Tendrich

  3. Denise Love says:

    Sallie was a beacon of knowledge, support, and kindness in our professional sphere. I will always be grateful for her mentorship, positivity, and just ‘niceness’ in every interaction I had with her over the years. I am going to miss having Sallie to consult and talk with. Peace to her loved ones and her close colleagues.

  4. My sister, my friend. I miss you so much. My prayers go out Dave, Jackie and Henry and her brother and sister. This candle exemplifies your vibrant and loving, caring heart. You are missed by so many.
    Godspeed, my sister and we’ll see each other again.

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