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Mrs. Minnie Juanita (McMillian) Starks 62, passed away on May 14, 2018 at St. Mary's Hospital (VITAS). She was the wife of the late Willie Starks.

She was born December 9, 1955 in Fayetteville, NC to the late Eddie and Martha (Carver) McMillian.

Juanita as we all called her grew up in North Carolina and moved to Waterbury, Ct. where she attended Wilby High School and graduated in class of 1974. After High School she went to Gateway Community College and obtained her A.S. Degree in Human Services. She worked as a CNA for many years and really cared about her clients, she would be there for them in the rain, snow, sleet and sunshine she was on the job. For the last 12 years she employed by the US Postal Service.

She enjoyed cooking, sewing and spending time her daughter India. Juanita also enjoyed taking road trips especially back home to see family and old friends. She was afraid to fly so this flight will be her first and last flight back home to her final resting place. She also served as a Senior Usher on the Usher Board at Zion Baptist Church where she was a member at for many years. Juanita will be missed by all that knew and loved her.

She leaves to cherish her memories one daughter, India Starks; two sisters Glenda (Alvin Carter) A. McMillian of Waterbury, CT and Edna L. Cameron of Fayetteville, NC; one brother Kelvin McMillian of Fayetteville, NC.; two grandsons William J.McMillian and William Kahjohn McMillian; one great granddaughter Madison McMillian several nieces, nephews and extended family and friends. She was pre deceased by her son William F. McMillian, one sister Irene (McMillian) Hawk, and five brothers Eddie McMillian, Jr., Davie, Marshall, Wilbur, Phil McMillian.