Henry Milton Harbin, the eldest of ten children, born to the parentage of Deacon Ezell Pringle, Jr. and Sis. Willie Mae Pringle on March 20, 1962. He departed his life on December 18, 2021.
He joined the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church under the pastorage of the late Rev. Fred D. Chapman. Even during his illness, Milton loved and kept the Faith in the Lord.
Milton was educated in the Choctaw County Public School System, and later moved to New Orleans, Louisiana. He later relocated back to Choctaw County to be with his family, and was a former employee of the Choctaw County Road and Bridge Department before becoming disabled.
He was preceded in death by three siblings: Beatrice Pringle-Goines, Wanda Mills and Vonnie McGrew; his maternal grandparents, Willie James Harbin and Sadie Harbin of Butler, Alabama; his paternal grandparents, Ezell Pringle, Sr. and Annie Ruth Pringle of Lisman, Alabama.
Milton leaves to cherish his memories: one daughter, Tanganyika Pringle of Warren Robbins, Georgia; two sons, Derrion Pringle of Warren Robbins, Georgia and Trevonte Harbin of Jacksonville, Florida; three loving grandchildren, Nolan Harbin of Jacksonville, Florida, Yani Pringle and Paisley Pringle, both of Warren Robbins, Georgia; his loving and devoted parents, Deacon Ezell Pringle, Jr. and Sis. Willie Mae Pringle of Lisman, Alabama; two devoted brothers, Roderick Pringle of Lisman, Alabama and Rev. Willie L. (Wanda) Pringle, Sr. of Pennington, Alabama; five loving and devoted sisters, Felicia (Dexter W.) Berry of Conyers, Georgia; Tracy Pringle of Butler, Alabama; Amy Pringle Elliott of Lisman, Alabama; Lisa Dubose of Albany, New York, and Stephanie Jenkins of Detroit, Michigan; one loving adopted sister, Fannie (Ronnie) Reed of Lisman, Alabama; two aunts, Estelle Smith and Fannie (Samuel) Jenkins, both of Lisman, Alabama; a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, and friends.
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