Helen Singer Millman, 94, a former interior decorator who with her husband ran a wine exporting business, died Feb. 11 at the Washington
Home after a heart attack.
Mrs. Millman was born in Bridgeton, N.J., and raised in Washington, where she graduated from Central High School.
She worked in retail businesses before starting Helen Millman Interiors in the 1950s. She worked in antique and classic modern designs
for residential and commercial sites.
In 1975, she and her husband, Aaron Millman, moved to La Romola, near Florence, Italy. They later moved to Florence, where they
operated a business exporting wine from the Chianti region.
Mrs. Millman, who served as president of the International League in Italy, returned to Washington when her husband died in 1997.
Survivors include two daughters, Esther Sparks Sprague of Chicago and Sidney Moore Margolis of Washington; four grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Helen Singer Millman