James “Sweaty, Bimbo”Millett was born in a blizzard on February 18, 1958 to Henry “Hank” Millett and Nancy (Lonergan) Millett (both deceased). Sweaty graduated from West Springfield High School in 1975 and went on to join the USMC. After his discharge, he went on to become a licensed plumber, one of his greatest accomplishments. Sweaty owned and operated Millett Brothers Plumbing. Because of his caring nature and great sense of humor, he developed many relationships, both personal and professional, throughout his lifetime. He always volunteered to help others throughout his community. Sweaty enjoyed travel, good jokes, the ocean and connecting with his many friends. He is survived by his two children, Amy M. Millett of Charleston, SC and Brian J. Millett (Amanda Boland) of Chicopee, MA. They were “the light” of his life and were both there to help him continue on his journey, which he greatly appreciated. Sweaty also leaves his brothers Henry Millett (Carol), John Millett and Joseph Millett (Suzanne Halpin), his uncle John and aunt Millie, his stepmother Patty Giblin, his stepsisters Marriane, Betsy and Bernadette. All services are being handled by the Toomey-O’Brien Funeral Home in West Springfield.
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