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George Milton

d. November 2, 2021

“That’s Total Jazz”

This talented musician was a beloved son, brother, brother-in-law, father, grandfather, uncle, great uncle and friend. He was highly esteemed by his loved ones. His devoted mother, the late Susie Milton, adored him and his father, the late George Clark, taught him the virtues of manhood. He was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and was the oldest of five children.

Mozack attended Marshall High School where he discovered his love for the saxaphone. He was a natural! He mastered many hard to learn songs such as “Mr. Magic”. He can also play the drums and piano. As his skills grew so did his confidence. He considered himself the eighth wonder of the world and named himself Prince Mozack! Through his music he brought joy and created many lifelong friends whom he considered family.

His Mastery of his saxophone couldn’t be denied. He played with many celebrities such as Bernie Mac, Otis Clay, Etta James, Mrs. Coffee and the groups War, Body Spirit and Soul, and dozens more. He carried the sweet sound of jazz to every major city in the United States and Canada. Playing overseas was a high point in his career. He let the music play in Belgium, Amsterdam and Germany.

Mozack was the patriarch for his family, and he generously shared the fortune that his saxophone brought him throughout the years. He took pride in his fleet of cars, and he loved to dress to impress. He was a proud father, grandfather and brother. He leaves to cherish his memory his two daughters and two step-children; Tashanda Mack (mother, Rosharon Mack), Nikita Yisreal Milton-Sefah (George), Nina Miles and Anthony Miles (mother, late Wanda Miles), three grandchildren; Neena Sefah, age 11, Nayden Sefah, age 7, (mother, Nikita) and Nekhi Miles, age 10, (mother, Nina), three surviving siblings; twin Sharron Spearman (Randolph), Jacqueline Johnson Jordan (Kelvin), Michael Johnson (Toya) and the late Shirley Milton Saleem (Thabit). He will be deeply missed by a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. They loved to be around him and enjoyed his company.

Prince Mozack was a Hebrew Israelite. He had a deep respect for God’s word and took his stand for his beliefs, referring to Jehovah by his Hebrew name ‘Yahweh’.

One of his favorite sayings was as follows:
“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is to love and be loved in return.”

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