Milton Fielding, Sr., known as “Bubba”, was born on April 5, 1933, in McBean, Georgia. He was the son of Alonzo Fielding and Annie S. Fielding. He departed this life on October 25, 2021. Milton was a dedicated worker at Shapiro for many years. Later, worked for Moreland/VanWaters and Rogers for 28 years. He was a faithful and devoted truck driver. After Milton retired, he started a lawncare service and ended with his passion for cooking BBQ, where he was known for his famous “BBQ hash.” In 1987, Milton was baptized with his three sons under Reverend William Bass at Tremount Temple Baptist Church. Under the leadership of Reverend Bass, Milton was ordained as a deacon and worked faithfully until his health began to fail. Milton was preceded in death by two sons, Alphonso Ryan Fielding and Milton Fielding, Jr., and two daughters, Earlene Emma Yarbray and Gloria Taylor. He leaves to cherish his memory: his devoted wife, Mrs. Rosa Dent Fielding; two sons, Melvin Fielding and Alonzo B. Fielding; one daughter, Marcella Love; two brothers-in-law, Howard (Inez) Dent and Henry Dent; fifteen grandchildren; eighteen greatgrandchildren; three godchildren, Ashley S. Cubbage, Tanya Smalley, and Clayton Bland; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and life-long friends.