Rayette Milkovich Obituary, Death – We are writing to convey our deepest condolences to you on the passing of a coworker and friend named Rayette Milkovich. We do so with the heaviest of hearts and our most sincere expressions of sadness. We ask that you please accept our deepest sympathies. Rayette embodied what it means to be a servant leader throughout her more than 25 years of work in the Child Care Assistance Program, and she served as a model for others to follow during that time. During her tenure working for the corporation, she had a variety of positions within the organization, including those of Eligibility Specialist, Lead Trainer, and Program Supervisor, among others.
Rayette participated in a wide range of committees at both the agency and the state level, and she was steadfast in her commitment to providing consumers with access to program services that were of the greatest possible quality. Rayette received a lot of praise for the kindness and love that she showed toward other people, as well as for the positive can-do attitude, determination, and resiliency that she showed when she was battling her disease. This led to her receiving a lot of recognition. She had breast cancer and beat the disease, however she passed away in 2013. She had a heart that was overflowing with love, compassion, and acceptance for everyone that she came in contact with.
Her disposition was one of unconditional kindness. She was an exceptional person in every sense of the term and could not be compared to anyone else. In your thoughts and prayers, please keep Rayette, her family, and the other people who worked very closely with her in mind. Thank you. Because of the difficult nature of the situation, members of the CCAP team will have less availability from November 15 to November 17, due to the fact that they will be attending training. A monument that is deserving of the grace and beauty with which the individual lived their life ought to be as beautiful as the deceased’s life was lived.