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1 The Owosso Argus-Press 1994 Owosse Michigan Shiawassee Co. Complid by Mrs Frances Herber Hazelton Vernon/Michigan Jan1995

2 Owosso Argus-press Bessie H. Acre Alan Wayne Ackley Age 79, of Elsie, died Monday, Age 23, of 266 E. Henderson Rd., Feb. 14, 1994, at her home. Owosso died Thursday, Feb. 3, Mrs. Acre was a homemaker. 1994, at the Shiawassee County Services will be held at Smith Medical Care Facility, Corunna. Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel on Services will be held Saturday, Thursday, Feb. 17 at 11 a.m. Pastor Feb. 5, 1 p.m. at the Nelson-House Phil Beavers will officiate with bur- Funeral Homes, Owosso. Mark St. ial in Riverside Cemetery, Elsie.,Louis, Minister win offioiate. Burial 'Visitation will be today and Wed- ;wiil. be in New Haven Cemetery. nesday' from 2 t09 p.m. with the Friends may call at the funeral home family present from 2 to 4 p.m. and today until 9 p.m. 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Ackley wasbom in Owosso Mrs. Acre was born in Swartz on )an. 13, 1971, the son of Lester Creek onjuly22, 1914, the daughter. H-: imd Barbara Jean (Dowell) Ackof Curtis C. and Vernie (Herric~) ley: He had resided all his life in Woods. She graduated from Swartz Owosso. Creek High Schoolin She had Survivors include: his parents, resided most of heriife in the Elsie Lester and Barbara.. Ackley; two area...' brothers and one sister, Gary Lee On July 1, 1944, she and Paul Ackley of Owosso, Brooke Renee Acre were married in Flint. Ackley of Chesaning, Bryce Joseph Mrs. Acre was a member of the 'Ackley of Owosso~ grandfather, Elsie Historical Society and DAV.Lester V. Ackley of Germfask; George William. Auxiliary. many aunts, uncles and. cousins. Survivors include: her' husband' Mr. Ackley was predeceased by Adelman, Paui Acre of Elsie; three sons, Da- a niece, Jaimie Corrinne Anderson Age 84, of Owosso, died Tuesday,vid Acre of Elsie, Dan Acre.of Ackley. June 28, 1994, at his residence. I. Elsie, Dean and Lisa Acre of ElsIe; Memorials are suggested to the' Mr. Adelman worked for Con- three grandchildren, Michael, Corey family. sumers Power Co. as a commercial, and Ryan; two sisters, Nina WaITen ; Elaine Marie, lighting consultant. of Flint, Helen Drury of Durand; 'Services will be held at Nelson-. one brother-in-law, Rodney Yeager (Turnwald) Albart House Funeral Homes, Owosso, Fri-. of Durand; one sister-in-law, Mar- Age 43, of Okeechobe~, Fla., forday, July I, 1994, at II a.m. Deacon jorie Woods of Swartz Creek merly of New Lothrop, died Thurs Mike Barrett will officiate. Burial Mrs. Acre was predeceased by her day, Oct. 13, 1994, at her residence. will be in Easton Cemetery. Visita- patie,nts, two sisters and two, i A: Mass of. Resurrection was held tion will be today 7 to 9 p.m. and brothers. at Sacred Hemt Catholic Church in Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the Memorials may be, made to the Okeechobee today, Oct. 17, 1994, at family receiving friends from 2 to 4 Elsie Historical Society or Elsie 10:30 a.m. with Fr. Hugh Duffy p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. with a Scripture,Area Ambulance Service. officiating. A memorial mass will be service Thursday at 7 p~m. held on Saturday, Oct. 22, 19~4, at Mr. Adelman Was born in Che-lO:30 a.m. at St. Michael's Oitholic saning, April 22, 1910, the son of Albert Abshagen Church, Maple Grove T()wnship, Louis A. and Rose (Scherer) Adel- Age 82 of Maple Rapids died Tues Lincoln Rd., New- Lothrop. man. He w.as a graduate of Chesan- I d N' Burial will be in Mt. Calvary ing High School, class of He : a y M, v AO b'l ' n was' a fionner real es- Cemetery, Chesaning. h d 'd d' 0 fi h', r. s luge 1 a rest em wosso or t e 'd f ~ast tate agent and broker.. : Mrs. Albart had been a rest ent 0 42 years. ~e a~d Margaret lone Fmk. The funeral service will be held Fn-; Okeechobee since She was a were mamed In Owosso, June 13, d N a m at the St. 10hns) member of Sacred Heart Catholic a~, ovo, o. 'Ch h Mr. Adelman was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church. He was a committee chairman with Boy Scouts. He operated the Radio Service Shop in Chesaning and later was involved in the radio and appliance sales 0 and service for Chesaning Sales Co. He was a captain in the U.S. Audrey Adelman R.S.M. of Far Army Field Artillery and Signal mington Hills and Mrs. Dewey Corps,serving during World War II (Josephine) Larsen of. Lansing;.a Episcopal Church, st. Johns. urc. The family is being served by the Survivors include: her husband" Smith Funeral Homes, St. Johns Fred; her parents, Theodore and.s ; Edith Turnwald of St. Cloud, Fla.; <;hapel. two daughters, Julie (Holcomb) and.9, ~ husband, Frank Martin and Michelle 1$'0 Holcomb, both of Saginaw; a grand- lj ~ from ~ ; where he was a sister-in-law, Mrs. Asher (Blanche) trainer in the Signal Corps.. Fink of Elwell; several nieces and Survivors include: his wife, lone; nephews. a son. Pete; two sisters, Sister Mary I He was predeceased by two sisters. Memorials may be made to a.. charity of donor's choice.. daughter, Katelynn Martin; a step- :::l... son, Steven Albart 0 f Homestea, d '" ~ Fla.; two stepdaughters, Debra Kay i e ;;;.Blatchford of Homestead and Bon- 1<"1 U 'nie Sue Cole of Panama City, Fla.; 'seven stepgrandchildren; t.hree brothers Theodore W 0 Turnwald and Joh~ F. Turnwald, both of New Lothrop, Kenneth A.. Turnwald of Chesaning;,. two sisters, Jeanne E. Pitt of Chesaning and Mary Lynn Philcox of Homestead. gg 1

3 2 Owosso Argus-press Douglas Wayne Allen Charles F.. Allen "Charlie Brown" Age 36, of Flint died Monday" Nov. 14, 1994, at Sparrow Hospital,,I,, Lansing. A~e 71; of~wosso and a resident Mr. Allen had been employed. of. Klwa?ls Village and fonnerl~ of with Johnson Controls. ' 'Flint" died Wednesday, May 11, Services will be held Thursday, 199,4, at ~clal'en Regional Medical Nov. 17, II a.m. at the Nelson-.,Center, FlInt., ' HOllse Funeral Homes, Owosso., Mr. Nlen was ~mployed through Father Grcgory A. Tournoux will Local 70~?s a.sprmkler fitter for 45 officiatc with burial in Ri rs'oyears, retmng m Cemetery, Henderson. Friend: e n~a; '.. S~l,,~ces will be held 2 p.m., to" call today 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednes_day,.Fnday; May 13, at. Swartz F~nday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the funerar_;eraihome, 1225 W. Hll~ Rd., Fl!nt. home. fmr Ralph R. Allen wtll officiate Mr. Allen was born in Owosso on 'withcremation at Sunset Hills May 5, 1958, the son of Alvin and.cemet~ry... Margaret (Wright) Allen. He at- J In heu. of flowers, c~ntnbutt6ns tended Owosso High School. \ ma~ be made tq the chanty of your On July 31, 1976, he and Christ- choice. ine Marie Smith were married at!"'fr. Allen was born in.flint, Christ Episcopal Church. MI~h. on Mar~h 23, 1923,. an~ was a Robert C An III. Mr. Allen was a member of the resident' of Fh~t all of his hfe.. en! Christ Episcopal Church. ~e served m.the U. S, Anny Age 34, of Deal'bom, formerly of Survivors include: his wife dunng World War H. He was a Corunna, pass.ed away Sunday, Oct.' Christine; three daughters, Shannot; member. of the. D.A.V.Chapter 3 9, 1994, at IllS home., i Marie Allen, Carla Marie Allen and and Sp,rmkle: Fttters. ~ocal 704. Mr. Allen worked in retail sales at} Angel Marie Allen all of Henderson' Sur~tvors mclude: his son, Ralph Sax Fifth Avenue and Lord & Tay-! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvi~ and WIfe Beverly of Newport News, lor in the Fairlane Mall, Dearborn. Alien of Henderson' one brother Va.; daughter, Christine andhus- Services will be held at the Voran i Chris (Linda) Alien' of Eaton Ra~,band Dale Gibdyou of Henderson; Funeral Home, Dearborn, Thursday, I pids; one sister, Mrs, Ron (Carol). three grandchildren, Kristen and Oct. 13, 1994, at I I a.m. Burial will Jensen of Henderson. husband Bryan Whited, Carrie be in Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Memorials arc suggested to the Lopez, Eric Allen; three. sisters, Arbor,. Christ Episcopal Church. Maude and husband, Lyle Garder of Mr. Allen was born in Owosso on Mt. Morris, E1ou'ise Adams of Lu- June 6, 1960, the son of Robert C. Ewell Bennett Adams dington, Evelyn and husband 1 nd y Allen Jr. of Owosso and Barbara S. "Ge.ntle Ben, BennI" n" Neuman of Flint; two brothers, Allen of Corunna. He graduated '" Ralph of Gladwin, Myles and wife from Corunna High School in 1978 Age, 68, of Flint, died Monday, Vera of Mt. Morris; brother-in-law; and attended the University of Mi- Aug. 8, 1994, at the Genesys-Flint Phillip Shaker of Grand Blanc; sevchigan in Ann Arbor. He and Lisa Osteopathic Campus, erai nieces and nephe'w s. Robinson of Dearborn were married Mr. Adams was retired from GM Mr. 'Allen was predeceased by his May 12, Truck and Bus Flint Assembly in wife, Nina Mae Allen on March'14, Survivors include: his wife, Lisa; 1984 after 31 years of service. 1986, two brothers, James and Earl, mother, Barbara Allen; father and Funeral services will be held Sa-!sister, Norma Shaker. stepmother, Robert and Shirley AI- turday at the Kent-Bracewell Fun-...' I len; sisler, Maty Jo (Tim) Smith of er?1 Home, Clayton, Ala. Visitation Jerry Wayne Adams' Owosso; brothers,.joseph Allen of will be at the Plumb-Smith Funeral ',Age 55, of Wills, Point, Texas, Corurl11~ and Randy Moore of H~me, G-1208,N. Ballenger HWY"passed away Wednesday, April 27, Owosso, grandmothers; Blanche AI. Phnt, where fflends may call today 0[994, in Wills Point. len,and Mary c:reer; meces, Morgan from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.. ' Mr. Adams wo'rked at Lindell SmIth, Stephame Allen Shan a AI. Mr. Adams was born 111 Clayton 0 F' fi 29'. th ' len; and nephew, Jacob Allen' many Ala. on Oct. 22, 1925 ', 'fi r?~ org~ ~r L' y~ars, en as a aunts, uncles, and cousins. ' Survivors include; his wife 111 S ts ~nas er. lin}. b an h sll1 ld g t N I M All. Grace' th.. ' ervlces, WI e e a e son-, r. en was predeceased by. '. ree sons, BenJamm of House Funeral Homes ' Laingsburg grandfathers, Robert C. Allen Sr.Owo~so, Byron and ~ruce of Ala-Saturday at 1 p.m. Pastor George V: and Joseph N. Creer; and nephew' ' bama,. h' daughter, Bonme of Alabama' ' H arrts '.. WI '11 0 ffi' ICla I e. B'" ur I' a 1 'W'1'11 b e Tyer I I" Raymond Allen,elg,. t' t grandchildren; many : brothers '111. L' a1l1gs b urg C eme t ery. ' V' lsi 't a t' Ion n leu of flowers,. memoria!s are :SIS ers, meces, n:phews, stepchildren will be at the funeral home today 2 sugg~sled to the chanty of choice or rand stepgrandchddren. to 9 'p.ni. with, the family receiving HospIce.!, Arrangements. by Plum' b~sm'th I fnends. from 2 to 4 p.m. ' and 7 to 9 Funeral. Home, Fhnt ' ' ~m

4 Owosso Argus-press Charles H. Aldrich August J. Amman Dorothy (Hayes) Age 17, of S. M-52, Perry died' Age 93, of Chesaning died Friday, Alliton Thursday Oct at SparrowlSept. 2, 1994 at the Memorial, A 82 fm k Co I f :. ' '.' "'H I h C 't 0', ge, 0 us egon, tormer y 0 'Hospital LanSing, ea t care en er, wosso. 'ID d' d Th d J I' 21 '.. '. ' M A h' d" wosso, Ie urs ay, u y, Mr. Aldnch was a contractor and!, r. mman was a mec antc an ',1994 ' M' k h t d A 'G f',in us egon. ad worked 25 years for;opera e, mman s arage rom MAll' ti Old b 't, also the Hudson Car rs. Ito~wasanurse ormany smo I e. " " Sh had worked for Dr A L, Services will be held Saturday, pealer~hip fr~m rears, e.., Oct a m at the Nelson- i. ServIces will be held at Our Lady ~mohld, Jr... '".. i f I H I Chi' Ch h' T ere were no services, House Funeral, Homes LaRowe o Perpetua e p at 0 IC urc' All' b', 0 ". I S 5 II B' I Mrs Iton was om In wosso Chapel Perry Pastor Gary Hashleyon Moncay, ept. at a.m. una.. I 1911 th d ht f will officiate' with burial in Rose- 'will be in Resurrection Cenletery. on.' Nov.,1,,e aug er 0 lawn Cemetery Friends may call at Visitation will be at the Walker- Milo Hayes., d S H d '. " M" f 1 H Ch. She was mame to.,owaf th~ chapel t~day? a.~. to 9 p.m. F ~rtldn l~ner.a 11 ~me7 es~n~ng. Alliton who passed away in WIth the family being present 2 to 4 nen s may ca a ler p.m. 0 ay,.. "1 d. d hter d 7' all day on Sunday, and at the church Survivors mc u e. one aug.' p.m. an to 9 p.m.. Ka (Harry) Morgan' two grandchtl- Mr, Aldrich was born in Lansing,.ane~ 10 a:m. Monday. A scripture Y 'd M' h Ie Mich on Feb the son of service WIll be held 7 p.m. Sunday dren, Jeffrey dmorganf an IC e Silas' and Ma~de' (Durf~y) '\Idrich and Knights of Columbus Rosary at;(dan) 'd J an feohn ; OUf gsfteat- "..a 30 's d' grandchl ren, a, d Brent, aeey He attended Lansing, Schools and {o.. p.m., un ay. f k. 'h 'd' 'd d ;. h' I''''. tb Mr Amman was born in Maple and Troy Jandron, au 0 Mus egon, a. resl e most or IS lie In e'."'. t. t K thl e Gray of ;Perry area. 'Grove Township on March 30, 1901, one s ep-sls er, a e n On Aug. 19, 1944, he and Dorine rthe son ofwilii~ll11 an? Ma~y (~iet~) Owosso,.., Watenllan were married in Perry. Amman. H~ resided his entire!tfe m C A Id Mr. Aldrich was a member of the thc Chesanll1g area. ;lrol Ann, rno Graham COIllIlumity Church, was a. On June 9, 193.1, he and.dolores Age 45, of Owosso died Sunday, volunteer fireman for 33 years, a Tlthof were married. She died June Jan. :23, 1994, at the Memorial m~wmber of the "Come Back" 16, He was a member of Our ihealthcare. Center, Owosso. Group and was a past Perry council Lady of Perpetual. Help Catholic I Mrs. Arnold was an instructor at member. Church and the.knl.ghts of Colum- 1 Cot11lmmity' Mental Health in the Survivors include: his wife, Dor- I bus. He was active 111 many ol~ car WIN Program. ',ine; daughters, Mary Louise Farrand I clubs a~d also restored antique Services will be held at the of Owosso, Cathy (Sam) Passalac- alltomo~lles.. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, (qua and son, Ross (Carol) Aldrich Survivors li~clude: four sons, Owosso on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 1 :au of Perry; six grandchildren; three Jos~ph and Elame Am~l1an of Che- P.llkThe R'ev. Fr. Robert D. isisters, Maude March, Marzetta Wil- san111g, James and Dorts Amman of Kolei'ski will officiate with burial in Ison and Betty (Bob) Harris; one Chesaning, Kenneth a~d Kay Am- 'Brant Cemetery, Brant. Friends may ) brother, Harold (Georgia) Aldrich;' man of Lennon,. Fredertc~ and Cor- call at the chapel today and Tuesnumerous nieces and nephews. a Ie Amman of Chesantng; thre.e day 2 to 4 p.m.' and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Aldrich was predece'ased by, daughters, Dorothy Tkaczyk of Sagl- Mrs. Arnold was born in Adams i his parent~, a daughter Carolyn na",:, Jean and Ray Schnell of Che- N. Y. on Jan, 16, 1949, the daughtel Marie, two 'brothers Marvin and Jim sanmg, Margaret an.d Fred Dery of of Elmer and Wanda (Renn) Bettin i and one sister Sarah Aldrich.. Owosso;. 30 grandchildren; 29 great-ger. She graduated from Owossc Memorials are suggested to lthe.~rand~hlldren; two brothe.rs, John High School and received an associ- '''Come Back" Club.! a~ld Bill Amman of Chesanmg; ~our, ates degree in science frol11 Lansing I. SIsters, M.artha Hoover o~chesanlllg'communitycollege. She had re- Mary lone Albro Mary CllI1e of Chesanmg, Bertha l sided most of her life in Owosso. Age 86, died Sunday, Aug. 14, Hart of Oakley, Agnes Emmendorfer I On Jan she and WiI-,1994, at the Durand, Convalescent of Detroit. liam R. Am~ldl w~re married in icenter~ Mr. Allu11an was predeceased by Chesaning., A memorial service will be held three brothers, Leo, Alphonse and Survivors include: her husband at a later date. Ervin: one sister, Gertrude Richter; IWilIiam; a daughter, Patricia at Memorial contributions may be and his parents. home; a son, William at home; three made to the Michigan Heart Associ- brothers, James Bettinger of Sault ation of the First United Methodist, Ste. Marie, Mich., Joe Bettinger of,church, Owosso. Cindy Lou Allen Sheridan, Mont, Billy Bettinger of Mrs. Albro was born in Flint, '.',. Lansing; two half brothers; Adam Aug, 20, She was a member Age 35, ofn. Malll St., Perry died Horski of Owosso Edward Horski of the First United Methodist Tuesday, Oct. 4,1994, i.n Owos.so as a'of Colorado Sprin~s,Colo. Church, Owosso. result,of acar/pedestnan accident., Mrs. Arnold was predeceased by Survivors include: her husband,.mrs. AI~e~ was a hotl1emaker and her parents., " Ralph; three children, Alvin R. of nail te?hl11~l~n,,.,' Memorials are suggested to the Arizona,'Roy G. of Au Train,Mieh., Servlc;es WIll be held Frtday, Oct. 7, family. Mary Lou Studenka of Okemos; 11 1 p.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral' grandchildren and four great- HOIpes, LaRoweChapel"Perry. grandchildren. Arrangements by. Brown Funeral Home, Flint. 3

5 4 OWosso Argus-press Lucille M. Anderson Martin Anderson Florence E. Andres Lovingly cared for at her daughter Age 1.03, of 3900 Bradley Rd., Age 91, of Maple'Grove Townand son-in-iaw's home, Lucille M. Webberville died Sl,nday, Nov. 20, ship, died Friday, Dec. 9, 1994 at St. Anderson died on Nov. 18,e 1994 at 1994, at the Greenery Health (:are Lukes Hospital, Saginaw. the age of 83. 'Center, Howell,. Mrs. Andres was a homemaker In failing health for several years Mr. Anderson was a carpentcr for and also had worked fof AC Spark since her beloved husband Andy's Local AFL-CIO United Brotherhood Plug. '&,(Lowell) death, her main joy was of Cafpenters Union in Ann Arbor Services will be held at st. Miwatching over hei' growing family. and also farmed. chad's Catholic Church, Maple Those who remain to miss her and ; MI'. Ander~on was born May 9, Grove, Monday at 11 a.m, Rev. Fr. cherish her memory are her son, i1891, in Greenville, Mich., the son.don Dueweke will officiate with Terry, of Bradenton, Fla.; daughter, of Hans and Sophia (Andreasen) burial to be in st. Michael's Cemet Harriet (Charles) Delaney of Laings- Anderson. ery. The body will rest at Whelpleyburg; daughter-in-law, Mary Ander- On March 26, 1912, he and Elva Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop. son of Lansing; grandchildren, Jane Cm;key were united in mar-, Friends may call after 6 p.m. today,layna (David) Korcal, Kathleen riage. She predeceased him July 23, and all day Sunday, then at church (Scott) Neros, Patrick (Kimberly) 1974 on Monday after 10 a.m. A Scripture Delaney, Jeffrey Delaney, Michelle Mr. Anderson,was a member of service will be at 5 p.m. Sunday. A (Joseph) Chahine, Christine (Mark) the Farm Bureau, former memberoflmaple Grove Township Fireman's Bortz, Laura Anderson and Sleven the Odd Fellows in Webberville and.prayer service will be 6 p.m. Anderson; great-grandchildren, Ni-! enjoyed hunting and fishing. Sunday. cholas, Tyler, Andrew, Se,an, Survivors include; one son, Mrs, Andres was born in Landeck, Anlanda, Joshua, MetanQ.i}:,:"Casey, Robert of Webberville; four daught- Ohio, on March 3, 1903, the Mitchel and Morgan. ' "ers, ElizabethPreisinger of Mason,,daughter of Fedal and Margaret Lucille is also survived by one Doris Donohue of Gregor7; Senu' (Wagner) Lucius. She hadxesided in sister, Luretta Broderick. Anderson of Rochester HIlls, AI-Maple Grove Township since Services w'ill be held Monday at berta Holbrook of Owosso; 12 On August 25, 1932, she and II a.m. at the Palmer-Bush Lansing g ran d chi I d r en; 20 g rea I - Joseph Andres were married in Chapel, with the Rev. Fr. Lawrence grandchildren and nine great-great- Maple Grove. He predeceased her on Delaney officiating. gr(lndchildren. April 8, Mrs. Andres was a Interment will follow at Chapel Mr. Anderson was predeceased by member of st. Michael's Catholic. Hill Memorial Gardens.,his wife, 2 sons Clayton and M.G.,,Church for'62 years and the Legion The family will receive friends to- two grandsons, John Donohue and of Mary. She also attended the I day between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Doug ~Iolbro?k.,!Maple Grove Senior Citizens. chapel. ServIces WIll be held I p.m. Wed- i Survivors include: three daughters, The family wishes to thank nesday, Nov. 23" at t.he Caskey Fun-Mary al1d David Richmond of Low Owosso Memorial Healthcare Cen- eral Home, Stockbndge. The Rev.ien Mich. Ann and Hudson Keenan ter, Home/Health/Hospice Program Margery A. Schleicher will officiate of'mt. PI;asant Susan and' Vern Fox for their excellent care. with burial in Plainfield Cemetery, '~f Saginaw; tw~ sons, Joseph P. and Special thanks to Cheryl Telfer Unadilla Township.,Sharon Andres of New Lothrop, arid Hila Beaufore. ~emorials. are sugges!ed to the!john Andres, of New Lothrop; 17 In remembrance of Lucille, dona- Plamfield UntIed MethodIst Church'.g ran d chi I d r en; fi v e g rea t- tions may be made to the Owo,sso :grandchildren; one brother, Sylvester Memorial Home Health/Hospice Velma A. Antcliff :and Ella,Lucius of Chesani~g; h~o Agency. A '.. brother-1l1-laws and two sister 111 / d ge 82, of Lamgspurg died Tues- ',laws and also nieces and nephews. ' Ursula R. Anderson Age 91, of Pasadena, Texasand formerlyof Byron died Friday. Jan :1994, in Pasadena, Te.xa.s. Funeral services will be announced by the Streeter Funeral Ho~e, Byron., ;y, ~ept. 13,.1994, al the Sparrow Mrs. Andres was predeceased by ospltal, LaJ:smg.! : one great-granddaughter and two Mrs. Antcll ff owned and operated' brothers and one sister. AntcIiffDepl. Store in Laingsburg for years. Anna E. Andres " Services will be held Saturday", Age 100,.of Chesani~g and for Sept. 17, It a.m.. Nelson-House Fun- merly of Detroit, died Friday, Feb, eral Homes, La1l1?sburg.. Pastor J. 11;'1994, in the Chesaning Nursing GI R (P R?bert An.derson. WIll officiate. BUrial Care Center. ' en. ete) Asher. WI.lI be 111 La1l1gsburg Cen~etery. Services will be held Monday at Age 68, of Bath died Monday, Dec.' FrIends may call today and Friday 9 J 0 a.m. in Our Lady of Perpetual 19, 1994, at his residence. a.m. to 9 :,p.m. at the funeral' home. Help Catholic Church with the Rev., Mr. Asher was a machinist for Mell- ~emonals?re suggested to the Fr,' Jeffrey Donner officiating. Burial,ing Forging for 37 years; Lamgsburg Ulllted Methodisl Church. will follow in Holy Sepulchre Services will be held althe Nelson- Cemetery, Southfield. House Funeral Home, Laingsburg on I The body rests at Walker-Martin rh~rsday at I p.m. Funeral Home, Chesaning, where friends may calt Sunday, to a.m. to 9 lp.m,und then at the Ch~rch on Monday after 9 a.~: There wil1 be a scripture service at 7 p.m. Sunday.

6 OWosso Argus-press 5 M. «;Jmm) Arndt Age 86, of Corunna, died Frid~y, (Dec. 9, 1994, at The Memortal Healthcare Cehter. Mrs. Arndt was employed 11 years as a cook at Memorial Health. care Center. She also worked at Owosso Elevator, Redmonds, Bendix and the old Candy Factory. Services will be held at Jennings Lyons Chapel on Monday, Dec.. 12 at 1 p.m. Marion Ellis will officiate with burial to be in Hillcrest Memorial Gatdens. The body rests at Jennirigs~Lyons Funeral Chapel.' Visitation will be today from 7-9 p.m., and SundllY 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m; Mrs. Arndt was born in Rush Township, Michigan, on May 8, 1908, the daughter of Arthur and EvabelHi (Batchlor) Corp. She attended Chanin Schools and Saw~er School and resided most of her!tfe in Shiawassee County. Mrs. Arndt, was a member of S.C.O.A.. On Dec. 8, 192~,. she and John Gimm were married in Shiawassee County. Mr. Gimm passed away March 18, She married Frank Arndt on Feb. 13, 1974 in Arizona. Mr. Arndt passed away June 19, Survivors include: two sons, Arthur (Barbara") Gimm of Owosso; Larry (Annie) Gimmof Santee, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Irene) Hodge, Corunna; eight gran d c h if d r en;.1 I g r e. at - grandchildren; two SIsters, Fneda Lee of 'Laingsburg; Zelma Shettler of Rose City; one brother, Donald (Helen) Corp of Laingsburg.. Mrs. Arndt was predeceased by her 'parents and two brothers and one sister., Memorials may be made to the donor's choice\, Jean Ann Austin Age 53, of St. Johns died Tuesday, Fcb. 1, Funeral service will be held Friday; Feb. 4,. II a.m. at the Smith Funeral HOllies St. Johns Chapel with Pastor Charle~ Smith officiating. Burial wih take place at the Stil~on Ce l11 etery, Victor Township. Visitation will be tqday 2 to 9 p.m\ and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family present from 2 to 4 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. at the chapel. Memorials may be made to the Arthritis Foundation. Pauline J. Arndt Don and Kay Angus Age 89, of Durand died Monday, Both age 68, of Lake.land, Fla. 'July 18, 1994, at the Shiawassee died Tuesday afternoon, May 10, County Medical Care Facility, 1994,. as a l'esult of an auto accident Corunna. near S~ockbridge. Mrs. Arndt was employed as a Mr. Angus worked for the press operator at the AC Plant in Owosso and. Albuquerque, N.M. Flint from 1944 until she retired in Post Offices and was a meat cutter for Krogers for 21 years. Services will be held Thursday, Kay was an attendant at Shiawas- July 21, 10 a.m. at the Sf. Mary's see County Medical Care Facility Catholic Church of Durand. Fr. for many years. Joseph Aubin will officiate with bur-. Services will be held Saturday, ial in Byron Cemetery, Byron. Vis- May 14,.11 a.m. at the First Free itation will be Wednesday 2 to 5 Methodist Church, Owosso. Pastor p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Streeter I Thomas \ Dunn and Pastor Brian Funeral Home, Byron. A rosary will ; Sheen will officiate with burial in be held Wednesday evening at 8 i Hilkrest Memorial Gardens, p.m. ' Owosso.., Mass offerings are suggested. to (. Fr. iefids may call at the JenningS-II St. Mary's Church.. I Lyons Funeral Chapel, OwossQ to- Mrs. Arndt was bom in Brainard, ~ day 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. tq Neb. on March 4, 1905, the daughter,\9 p.m. with the family beingptesentll of John and Terezie (Zak) Sedlak. 12 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. She had resided in Durand since! Mr. Angus was bom in Flint" 1957, previously she had lived in!mich: on April 14/ and Mrs. Byron from 1938 to IAngus was born in Flint, Mich. on In 1923, she and Herbert Amdt I Jan. 25, He was the'son of were married in Aberdeen, S. D. He I Clarence and Blanche (Sumner) An" died on March 6, gus and she was the daughter of Mrs. Amdtwas a member of the Elmer and Edith (High) Freeman. St. Mary's Catholic Church, Durand,. They had resided two years in member of the Sf. Mary's Altar Florida, ten years in New Mexico Society, charter member of the Se-' and. most of their lives in Owosso. nior Citizens in Durand.. i. They were married July 2, 1944 Survivors include: her daughters, I' in Wiggville, Mich., Mrs. Dan (Lucille) Sherwood of Mr. and Mrs; Angus were ~ mel11- Durand, Mrs. Helen Maylum,of bers of the Free Methodist Church Durand; a son, Robert and wife Pat all of their lives and were active in Arndt of Melboume, Fla.; eight every area of the church. grandchildren; several great~,. Mr. Angus served in the U. S. grandchildren; one brother, Andrew' Navy during World War II. and wife Betty Sedlak of Swartz: Survivors include: one son, Larry, Creek; one sister, Mrs. Helen Bur-, (Lorna) Angus of Jackson; four, nash of Flint; several nieces, ne- grandchildren, Steve and Brad Anphews and cousins. gus, Jeff (Debbie) Bowers,.Jackie Mrs. Arndt was. preceded in death (Frank) Bowers; two greatby a daughter Carol Koncney in " grandchildren; Kay's three sisters, 1967 a son Carl in 1989, 11 Rowena (Truman) Goodrich of broth~rs and sisters and a grandson Flint, Alta (John) Thoinas of Albti- Michael Maylum in 1994.,querque, N.M., Virginia (Elwin) I [Johnson of Albuquerque, N.M.; ldon's two brothers, Eldon Angus of -Calvin J Austin ; \Tampa, Fla., Everett Angus of Los 0.. [Angeles, Qalif.; Don's sister, Mary Age 69, of Owosso, died Wednes, IHelen Snyder of Florida.. day moming, Aug. 3, 1994, at the Me": They were predeceased by their mortal Healthca.re C~nter, Owosso. (parents, one daughter, Nancy, and A private ~ervlce wlll be held at ala ione of Kay's sisters, Helen. ter date.. [ Meinorials are suggested' to the' Arrangements were completed b) 'First Free Methodist Church of the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel 'Owosso. Owosso.

7 Ruth. L. Bahr Owosso Argus-press Wilda Ilene Baldwin. Age 85, of Lennon died Monday, A. 67 f I J 10 ri.ge, 0,an.,1994, at her residence.. Rd 30 W. Grand River. Funeral services will be held 11.., Laingsburg died Friday, June I 24,1994, in Laingsburg.,a.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, 1994, at the Mrs. Baldwin was a homemaker.. Sharp Funeral Home, Miller Road S. Chapel, Swartz Creek. The Rev. e.rvices will be held Monday Nyle Ruppert will.officiate. Friends! evening 7 p.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg. Ka-' may call at the funeral hoille 1-9 t~ryn.baughman, Chaplain will offip.~ today and Wednesday. clate with burial in Reed Cemetery. emorial.contributions may be The family will receive friends at made to the Durand-Vemon Ambu- the funeral home on Sunday 3 to 5.lance or Shiawassee Hospice. p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. Mrs. Bahr was bom June 22, Mrs. Baldwin was born in Peaks- 1908~ in Carlton, N.Y., the daughter ville, Mo. on Dec. 16, 1926, the of Gilbert Andrew and Louise Ann daughter of Clyde and Eloise (Blissett) Cain. She had lived in (Brown) Padden. Lennon for 54 years. She married h V. S e ~raduated from Revere High '. ernon J. Bahr and he preceded her School 111 ReVere, Mo. Mrs. Baldwin 111 death Feb. 21, h d Mrs. Bahr had worked at the Flint I ~45. resided in' Laingsburg since Farmer's Market and sold Stanley On F.'eb. I, 1947, she and Stanley Products for many years. B Id She was also a 4-H leader at one C a h Win were married in Sf. Isadore Timothy "Tim" time and past P. resident of the Baird at olic Church, Laingsburg. He S h I predeceased her June 12, c. Brian Back 00 Board. an::! m~mber for many M B I I. years. She enjoyed sewing, needlew-. rs. ~ (Win ~as a member of Age 22, of 630 Clark Ave., ork, gardening and canning. the An~enca~ LegIon Auxi1ia~y Owosso died Saturday, June 25, Surviving are: eight children Be- MI~urv:;ors.. ncl(~d~) three children, 1994 as a result of an automobile verly and husband Ed Hunt of'flint. s. ennis u y Morrill of accident.. Township, Shirley and husband Gail!Laingsburg, Mrs. William (JoAnn) Mr. Back was presently working Jory' of Swartz Creek, Roger and 10'Dea Jr. of Mio, JOI) Baldwin of with his father, Bill Back Painting wife Vivian Bahr, Gerald and wife ILaingsburg and his fiance Marilyn and Decorating. Bonnie Bahr au of Byron, Deanna ijenss;, 10 grandchildren; two great- The Funeral Mass will be celeand husband James Holmes of Ban_grandchildren; her mother, Eloise brated at st. Paul Catholic Church, croft, Linda Ackel of Califomia Wilson of Laingsburg. Owosso on Wednesday, June 29, 10 Janet and husband Stanley Godle; Mrs. Baldwin was predeceased by a.m. Fr. Joseph Aubin will officiate of Lennon, Nancy and husband her husband, father and grandson. with burial in St. Paul Cemetery. Harry Kaiser Jr. of South Carolina'. Memorials arc suggested to fhe Friends may call at the Nelsonsister-in-law, Jennie Cain of Ne~ Brent Winner, Memorial Scholarship House Funeral Homes, Owosso to- York; 24 grandchildren; 37 great- Fund. day and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. grandchildren.. i Kathle.en Frances with the family receiving friends. Mrs. Bahr Wf\S predeceased by her.. from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. parents, three sisters, Ethel Nellist Boling. There will be a Scripture Service Etta Wright, Lou Sawford; fou; Age 87, of Maple Rapids, died Tuesday at 7 p.m.. brothets, Maurice, Sanford, Denton Thursday, Dec. 22, Mr. Back was bom in Owosso on and Gilbert Cain. Mrs. Boling was a retired librarian July 4, 1971; the son of Bill and f1 h V'II f M I R'd Lynn (Zalokar) Back. He graduated Baby -Alyxandrea or tel age 0 ap e apt s. ~roll1 Owosso High School, Class of Services will be held at the Abbott 11 Lynn Bacon Chapel of the Osgood Funeral Homes, 1990 and attended Western Michi- Maple Rapids on Tuesday, Dec. 27 at gan University as a business major. Infant, died Friday, Aug. 19, 1 p.m. Mr. Back was a member of the St. 1994, at St. Joseph Hospital, Flint. Funeral arrangements by Osgood Paul Catholic Church. I Graveside funeral services will be Funeral Homes, Maple Rapids. He loved to listen to music and held 1 p.m. Tuesday at Lullabyland was an active participant in skiing ~ S. r lint Memorial Park. The Rev. Mr. Surviving are: parents, Michael P. and snow boarding. He was fond of 0 g Leo J. Haring will officiate.. Bacon and Amanda Ball; grandpa- the out of doors and had worked this; - ~. ~The family will receive friends at rents Carl C. and Deborah Ball of past winter at Timberline Ski Resort,] 0 ~ the l\;1iles Martin Funeral Home, Mt. Flint; Oary A. and Pam: Bacon of on Mt. Hood, near Welches, Oregon. ~..d' f-< MOrris Rd. between Dort and Sagi- Genesee; Jean and William Graham S. I d h'. t OJ) (;) urvlvors mc u e: IS paren s; a OJ) ~ :.l4 ~aw, after 12 noon Tuesday. until \ of Owosso; great-grandparents, time. to leave for the cemetery for; Robert and.carolyn Kurtz of Otis-. services. ' ville, Jack Ball of Manistee, Ann Danek of Chesaning, Rod and Betty McMaster of Mesa, Ariz.; greatgreat-grandparents, Alex and Harriet: Beardslee and Frank Loxen; several aunts, uncles, cousins and stepgreatgrandparents. brother, Christopher at home; his ~ e ~ grandparents, Russell and Dorothy ~..!::! 'S, Back of Owosso; aunts, uncles, cou-' '0 ~. d fl' d ri.>.d_ sms an many nen s'3 ~ 0. MI,". Back. was predeceased by 15 ~ u:i grandparent~, William and Geraldine 5 g;:5 Zalokar and by ati uncle, David ~ P-: Q) Zalokar.. w-5 6

8 of - II 7 OWosso Argus-press Betty Mae Bailey "Donna J. Bailey Age 62, of Burton and formerly Age 58, of Moon Lake Dr., of Owosso died Wednesday after- Laingsburg died Thursday, Aug. 18, noon, March 23, 1994, at Hurley 1994, at *he Memorial Healthcare Medical Center, Flint. Center,.Owosso. ' Mrs. Bailey was a homemaker. Mrs. Bailey was a homemaker. Services will be held Saturday, 11 Services will be held Saturday, 'a.m. at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral,Aug. 20,2 p.m. at the Nelson-House Chapel, Owosso. The Rev. Douglas! Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Klein will officiate with burial in Perry. Pastor Herb Smith will offici Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, ate with burial in Hillcrest Melllorial Owosso. Friends may call at the Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call funeral home today 7 to 9 p.m. and today until 9 p.m. and Saturday until Friday 2 to 4 p.lll. and 7 to 9 p.m. time of service. Mrs. Bailey was born in Gideon, Mrs. Bailey was born in Big Ra- Mo. on Dec. 10, 1931,the daughter pids, Mich. on Aug. 19, 1935, the of Franklin Leo and Cora Gladys daughter of Cla5ence C. And,Flossie (Ross) Huddleson. She attended (Douglas) Tribe. She graduated from Flint Central School. Remus Schools. Mrs. Bailey had resided her early On June 17, 1956, she and Charyears in Owosso and the last several les E. Bailey were married in Jean Eo' Bailey in the Flint area. Remus. Age 83, of Owosso died Tuesday, Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. BaileylQved to care for Dec. 13, 1994, at her home. Judy McIntyre of Owosso, Mrs. children and loved to crochet and do Mrs. Bailey worked at Universal, Rocky (Lori) Rutledge of Flint; one crafts. Electric for 13 years, for Dr. Peter son, Christopher Allen Bailey of Survivors include: her husband, Sauer for 20 years and the American Burton; five grandchildren; one Charles; three sons, Charles of East. Cancer Society for four years. great-grandchild; her mother, Cora I, Lansing, William (Dawn) of Laings- Services will be held at the Simmons of Flint; two sisters, burg, Robert (Sherry) of Holt; two Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Louise Wilson of Mt. Morris, Pris- daughters, Flossie Justice of Free Owosso on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 1 cilia "Jitter" Carroll of Burton; two land, Christina (Delbert) Alward of p.m. The Rev. Richard Beemer will half sisters, Debi and Denise; three Laingsburg; II grandchildren; two officiate with burial in Oak Grove,half brothers, Jimmy, Danny and brothers, Charles Tribe and La Cemetery. Friends may call at the' Randy, Huddleson; several nieces wrence (Mikie) Tribe;' nieces, nefuneral home today 7 to 9 p.m. and nephews. 1 phews and a godson, Travis Frank., Mrs. Bailey was born in Ricardo, Mrs. Bailey was predeceased by Mrs.Bailey was predeceased by a N.M. on May 13, 1911, the daughter one daughter, Kathy Bailey, one daughter, Paula Jean, her parents, of Charles L. and Emma T. (Glinke) brother, Leo Huddleson and her one sister, Martha Youngs and three Noe. She had resided most of her father. :brothers, Glen, Leonard and Gerald adult life in Owosso. Memorials are sugi::~sted to the Tribe. In 1932, she married Frank Neal. American Cancer Society. Memorials are suggested to the In 1963, she married Frank Bailey. 'Cancer Society. Mr. Bailcy passed away in Lucy M. Babcock Mrs.,Bailey was a graduate of 1 B k Corunna High School Class of Age 87, of Owosso, died Sunday Eml y an s 1 I She did her nurses training at Me- morning, May 15, 1994, at Memor- Age 82, of Fraser, Mich., formerly modal Hospital (Memorial Health- ial Healthcare Center, Owosso: Bancroft, died Sunday, Nov. 6, care Center), Owosso. ' Mrs. Babcock was a homemaker.:, ' Mrs. Bailey was a member of the 't Services will be held at Jennings- Cremation has already taken place. First United Methodist Church of 'Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso; Graveside service will be Tuesday, Owosso and a lifetime member of' Wednesday, May 18, at 11 a.m; The Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. at Fremont Cemetthe Ladies Auxiliary of V.F.W. Post, Rev. Richard Beemer will officfate. ery, Bancroft. #9455. 'Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemet- Survivors include: two daughters, ery. Visitation will be atthe chapel, Survivors include: two sons, Walt Mrs. James (Patricia) Alfredson of today 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday 2 to 4 (Barbara) Babcock of Owosso and,pentwater, Mich., Mrs. Janles (Mar- p.m.' and 7 to 9 p.m. Ray (Nonna) Babcock of Henderjorie) Cline of Owosso; nine grand-. Mrs. Babcock was born in Mid- son; nine grandchildren; 16 greatchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; a dlebury Township" Sept. 10, 1906, grandchildren; Ii great-greatsister, Ruth Ehrlich of Owosso; two the daughter of James and Augusta grandchild; a sister, Mary Stadic of brothers, Max Noe of Owosso, Phil- I (Schultz) Dennison. She attended Elsie; a brother, William Dennison lip Noe of DeTour, Mich. and best. school in Ovid and resided most of of Traverse City; several nieces and friend, Frank Kral of Owosso.. i her life in the Owosso area. She and nephews. Mrs. Bailey was predeceased by 'Charles J. Babcock were married in 8he was predeceased by her hus~ two husbands and three brothers. 'Lansing, June 22, He passed b~nd; a daughter, Batbara Williams; In lieu of flowers memorials are away Jan. 29, and two brothers, Ted and Ernie. suggested to the American Cancer Mrs. Babcock was a member of. Memorials may be directed to Society. the First United Methodist Church Friends' of Hospice or American Arrangements by the Jennings- Owosso. ~, Cancer SoCiety. / ~" Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.

9 8 Owosso Argus-press James E. Bannan Donald C. Banta Age 84, of 200 S. Washington, AJ:Se 66, of Owosso, died Wednes- Age 79,. of 420 S. Main St., Oak- Perry died Monday, Jan. 10, 1994, at day, Oct. 12, 1994, as the result of ley, died Saturday, April 16, 1994, her home. an automobile accident in Bay at his residence. Mrs. Barks was a homemaker. County., '.. Mr. Banta was retired from Uni- Services will be held at the Mr. Bannan owned and operated versa I Electric-MagneTek. Nels<;>n-House Funeral Homes, Perry Bannan's Foodland, Owosso.' Services will be held at Nelson-. on Thursday, Jan.. 13, 1 p.m. Mr. The funeral mass will be cele- House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Mike Ross will officiate with burial,brated at 81. Paul Catholic Church" Tuesday, April 19 at 2 p.m. Pasto\' in Roselawn Cemetery. Friends may owosso,s. atllf.day,: Oct. 15, 1994, at II Jack Ste~nbergh?nd pa. stor D. Char-., call at the chapel today 1 to 9.p.m. 10 a.m, Fr. Robert D. Kolenski willies Belhnger Will officiate. Burial and Thursday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. officiate. Burial will be in St. Patil 'will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gar- Mrs. Barks was born in Booth : Cemetery. The body will fest at ' dens. ' spoint, Tenn. on April 9, 1909, the inelson-house Funeral Homes Mr.'Bantawas born in Port Huron'daughter of John C. and Ollie L. Owosso Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 Ion Dec.'24, 1914, the son of Jim and (Jones) Hubbard. She attended p;.m~ with the family receiving i A?na (Bennett) Banta. He was ~chools.in Tennessee. She was affil,fnends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9, raised by the Frank Tucker family of lated with a Pentecostal church. p.m., A combinedparis~and Knights " Elsie and resided 1110st of his life in On Feb. 14, 1931,. she.and Bryan ~f. Columbus rosary,will. be prayed Oakley. : J.!3arks were marned \11 Tole~o, J nda~ at 8 p.m....,.on Jan. 17, 1937, he m.ld -yvandaiohlo. Mrs. Barks was a lovmg i Ml. Bannan was bornm Saginaw, Eh~abeth C~ane were marned mde_imother, grandm~ther,greattlvlay 19, 1928, the son of Lawrence trolt. She died March 16, grandmother and friend of. many. and. Alice (McKinney) Bannan. He Mr. Banta attended Brady We- She was also an accomplished ~radllated from St. Paul High School sleyan.chur~h. seamstress, artist and master of m ~e and JeanE.. Dowling Survivors li1c1ude: one son, Duane i many ~rafts.. were ll1amed at St. Paul Church Banta of Owosso; SIX grandchildren Survivors tnclude: four daughters, Owosso, Nov. 8, ' Michele Banta, Wendy Banta and Geneva (Ivan) Page of Grand Ledge, Mr. Bannan was a member of St. Douglas Banta, of Owosso 'and Mrs. Evelyn (Kenneth) Powell of Clio, Paul Catholic' Church, Knights of Todd (Tamara) Perry of Oakley, '.Jeraline (Mack) Beck of Clarksville, Cc:lul11bus, Chamber of Commerce Dennis and David Banta of St. Char- Tenn., Freida (Jim) Smith of Perry; and Trout Unliinited. les; eight great-grandchildren' one son, Gene Barks of Perry; 18 He ~ad se~ved in.the U.S, Army. daug~ter-in-law, Barbara Banta ofgrand~hildren;. 44 great:.. SurvIvors tnclude: his. wife, Jean; st. Charles; fortner daughter-in-law, gr~ndehtldren; two Sisters, Ora Mal three sons, Dr. Michael (Cynthia) S.haron. Blunt Of. Owosso; two Mlelock of ~ast Tawas and Sadie,Bannan of Au Gres, Pat (Denise) slsters-l?~law, Mm]orie. "Crane of Savage of Fhnt.. Balmallof Owosso, and Brian Ban- Oakley and)ean Banta of Port Hu- Mrs. Barks was predeceased by nan. of Owosso and his fiancee : ron; several nieces andliephews.,her husband, parents, three sisters JoAnne Merrill;.six grandchildren; ~ i Mr: Banta was predeceased by his.i and one?rother. brother, Joe (Betty) Banl1an of Tuc- son Gary.. Memonals are su~gested to Hosson, Ariz.; three sisters,. Mrs. Ken- i Memorials may be made to Has_pice of Lansing and Library of neth (Joan) Klier of Torrance, Calif.,. pic~ of Shiawassee County. Perry. Mrs. Lou (Mary Alice) Coe of Owosso, and Mrs. Don (Margaret) leakle of Tucson, Ariz. ' Memorials may be made to a', charity of donor's choice.

10 Owosso Argus-press 9 George Ballou George A. Barnett Age 83, of Owosso died Sunday,. Age 72, of Owosso died Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1994, at the Shiawassee May 31, 1994, at his residence. County Medical Care Facility,: Mr. Barnett retired in 1984, after Corunna. being a motor route driver delivering Mr. Ballou had worked for Wash- The Argus-Press for 15 years. Prior aurn Grocery for a number of years to thai he was employed by the and worked for Pan American Montgomery Ward store, Owosso Airlines., and Redmond Motor.. Services wiii be held Tllesday,' There will be no visitation or Nov. 29, 10 a.m. at the Smith Fun- funeral, services. Arrangements by eral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Corunna. Jennings-Lyons Funeral. Chapel,' Sister Mary Pung will officiate with Owosso. burial in St,. Paul Cemetery, Mr. Barnett was born in Owosso, Owosso. Friends may call this even- Mi{;h. on March 13, 1922, the son of jng 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Joh~ A. and Helen C. (Bussell) B[\I'- Mr. Ballou was bom in Owosso, nett. He was a lifelong resident of on Jan. 9, 1911, the son of William Owosso. " and Julia, (Rourke) Ballou. He had On July 3, 1941, he and Irene resided most of his life in the Marie Simons were married in Owosso area. Owosso. He served in the U.S. Navy He attended St. Paul's Catholic during World War II. Church in Owosso. Mr. Barnet! was a member of the Arlene M. Bartram Survivors' inc1ude:two brothers, Owosso V.F.W. Post #9455 and the Age 70, Durand, died Friday, July Robeli Ballou of Clevelan,d, Ohio Owosso American Legion Post #57., 15, 1994 at the Owosso Memorial and John Roy Ballou of Owosso. Survivors include: his wife, Irene; Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Ballou was predeceased by a son, Kenneth C. Barnelt of San Mrs. Bartram retired from K-mart his pilrents and two sisters, Margaret Francisco, Calif.; sisters, Frances in 1984 and sold Stanley Home Ballou and Edna Lutes. Stimson of Owosso, Helen C. Bar Products. Memorials can be made to St. nell of Owosso; brothers, Newton E. Services will be held at Nelson- Paul's Catholic Church, Owosso. (Colleen) Barnet! of Mt. Pleasant, House Funeral Home, Durand, on :rhe family is heing served by the Samuel T. (Ellie) Barnett of Lake Monday, July 18, at 11 a.m. Ken Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, land, Fla.; several nieces and Campbell will officiate with burial 302 W. j::orunna Ave., Corunna. nephews. in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. John Barro-n Jr Mr. Barnett was predeceased by Visitation will be at Nelson-House A 70 f D d d' d T' d. two SOilS, James A. and Gary L. F I H D nd t d f ge, 0 uran Ie,ues ay; B It 1 unera ome, ura,0 ay roll 1 March at the MI' I arne.., : 7,-9 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. H I h 'c ' e nona Memonals are suggested to ea t care enter Owosso '.., ' with family receiving friends from M. B.' I" Friends of: HospIce or Home Health 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.. r. arran was emp oyed by G~n- Care of lhe Memorial Healthcare',Mrs. Bartram was born March 23, eral Motors V-8 Engme Plant, Fhnt. Center ' 1924, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Services will be held at the Nelson-. Harvey Broughton and Dorth,ea House Funeral " Homes, Durand on Fri-' (Wadsworth) Broughton. She at- d~y at 2 p.m. Eleanor Bininian ~astor Tom Anderson tended Durand schools and resicle,d WIll officlate.wlth burial in Freemont Age 85, of Chesaning, passed in the Flint and Durand area most, ot. Cemetery. Fnend~ may c~1i at the funh I ",. ".! eral home where the fal1111y will meet Memorial Healtheare Center, away Saturday, Dec. 31, 1994, at the er lie., fi' d d 7 On March 22, 1969, she and Ger~' nen s to ay to 9 p.m. and Thursday Owosso. ' aid Bartram were man'ied in Durand.! 2 to 4 p.~n. and 7 to,9 p.m. Mrs. Bartram' was a membero( '.-. " Memonals. are s t d t th ~Igges e 0 e the Ladies Auxiliary and Comm<ln.- Durand First Untted Methodist dry, Durand 21; Shiawassee,..' Church or d ' h' Vaga~: '. _, onor ~ c.olce., 'bond Campers Club; Family Call}- Dan,lel J. and VIckI, Bartram or pers and RV Club; and Rebecca's Baltle Creek; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Vernon Chapter..,John (Cat~y),Conrad of Vernon; 30 i Survivors include: Her husband, grandc,h:lldren and 31 great~ 'Gerald' of Durand; six children, Ja~etgrandehtldren; three brother;s, Murray and husband Allen 'of Harvey Broug~ton of Mt. Morns, Bradenton, Fla., Juanita KronsbergR~sselI and SIdney Broughton:of. FItnt, Lavern and,helen Broughton an d h us b an d J 0 h n 0 f Br a d en t ~n, f C'.',' FI B. K rs and h sband,0 Traverse tty; one Sister, Mrs: D a.,, onnflfe atmdme. ht duc' I' Harry (Myrtie) Adamson of Vinein' : enms 0 l tn, wig an,'aro, AI " 'Teachworth of Sterling Height~,. ont, a. Melva Rouse and Jeff Hall of D\\r- Mrs. Bartram: was predeceased by and, David Edward and Cindy Bl,ti- a son, Fredrick Teachworth; a sister, tram of Flint; two stepsons: David Melva Hunter; and a brother, Ken M. and Kathy Bartram of Owosso" neth Broughton. Memorials are suggested to the, Lung Foundation ot DV A. Miss Bauman was' retired from. PeetPacking Co., Chesaning. Following Miss)=lauman's wish~s, she has been erenlaled. A memorial mass will be celebrated on Saturday, Jan. 7, 1995, at 11 a.m. at OUf Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Chesaning..'. Miss Bauman was born 111 Albee Township, April 21, 1909" the daughter of John and Bertha (Loeb) Bauman. Survivors include: her nieces, nephews, and 'numerous great-nieces and great-nephews. She was predeceased by a brother and six sisters. ' Arrangements entrusted to. the Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesamng.

11 10 Owosso Argus-press,Robert J. Bartell MarilynM~ Bastian Age 69, of 42 Keuka Lane, Man- Age 61, of BaJlcroft, passed away chester, N.Y. died Sunday, Nov. 27, Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, at her home. i 1994, 5: 10 a.m. at his residence. Mrs. Bastian was a LPN at the Mr.,Bartell worked for Midwest Hurley Medical Center, Flint, retir-' Abrasive in Owosso and was trans~) ingin ferred to Rochester, N.Y. in In ~+;,Services will be held at Love 1963, he operated Bartell's Marke'W' {Funeral Home, Bancrpft, Thursday, in Penfield, N.Y. for eight years and' Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. Burial will be in then worked for the Penfield School Fremont, Cemetery, Bancroft. Cap : District as head cu~todian for 20' tains Larry al1dlynda H()i~bool11 years. He retited Sept. 8,1994.;j'will, officiate. The body wiil test at Funeral mass was celebrated Nov. the funeral home with visitation 30, 1994, at St. Joseph Church, Pen- Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9,p.m. field, N.Y. Father Wihiam,Cosgrove Mrs. Bastian, was born in Gladofficiated. 'Burial was in st. Joseph's win, Nov. II, 1932,. the daughter of Gemetery, Penfield.. Arthur and Mary (Armstrong) Mr. Bartell was born June 28, Hetherington. She attended schools 1925, in Corunna the son of Mrs. i in Gladwin and graduated from Helen Bartell Hannon and the late' Gladwin High School. She had re John Basso James D. Bartell. He graduated from! sided most of her life in Flint and in ' Corunna High School and had re-bancroft for the past six years. ~he, 'sided most of his tife in the Penfield, Age 86, of Owosso died Wednes N.Y. area..,. and Henry Bastian were marned April 11, 19~3,in Flint. day, Oct. 12,.1994, at his residencel ' OnOet. 16, 1946, he and Regina: She was a past member of the Mr. Basso worked for ~el11et- Dutcher were married in St. Paul Parkland Presbyterian Church' in Solvay EngineeringCotp., the Lee Catholic Church, Owosso. '" Flint. She was a, member of the L: Woodard Co. during the,war and Mr. Bartell was a member of the Michigan Harness Horseman Asso~ FIsher & ~right.construction for 35 Sf. Dominies Parish, Shortsville,, ciation,and also a member of years, retmngm 1?7? Followin~N.Y. and American Legion. ' U.S.T.A., that he worked part tnne for Nelson-! He served in the Navy during,.survivors indude: her husband; House Funeral Homes. : World War II. Henry; two sons, Donald and wife. The funeral mass, will be cel,e-:, Survivors ificlude: his wife Jea- ' Sherri BastainoC Bancroft arid Keith br~ted at St. Paul CatholicChlirch, nie; three sons and daughters-i~-iaw, 'and' wife, Sandra Bastain' of Mt Fnday, Oct. 14, 1994, at 10 a.m. Fr., James and ElaineBartell of Santee, Morris; a daughter, Cheryl and hus Robert D. Kolel,lski will officiate. Calif., Robert and Bonnie Bartell of 'band Pat Hogan of Durand; eight Burial will be in St Paul Cemetery. I Macedon, N.Y. and Thomas' and grandchildren; four brothers, Alihur The body rests at Nelson-Housel Mary Kay Bartell of Smithfield, Hetherington, Donald Hetherington, Funeral Homes, Owosso, today 7 tol, Va.; his mother, Helen Harmon. of' and Patrick Hetherihgton, all of Ca,, 9. p.m.,and Thursday 9 a.m., to' 9, Penfield, N.Y.; eight grandchildren; Iifornia, Max Hetherington of Grand :p.m. The rosary will, be prayed two greafgrandchildren; several,blanc;, three sisters,' Betty J?rown Thursday 'at 7 p.hl. nieces and' nephews'; and Irene Lennon both of Colorado, Mr. Basso was born on Six Mile Mr. Bartell was predeceased by a Leona Shelton of Lapeer. :Cre~k,Road, Shiawassee County" grandson. Memorials may be made to the July 18, 1908, the son of Joseph and Memorials are suggested to the Owosso Sa!-v3ti0~~ Al my, the Ameri,Chi\lnta (ChioHi) Basso., He resided American Cancer Society. can Cancer Society or the Memorial all of hishfe in Owosso.' he and Arrangements by the Nulton Fun-' 'Healthmlre Hospice. Clara Thiede Were married in St. era! Home, 1704 Penfield Rd., Pen- Paul Church,Owosso; Jan. 14, field, N.Y. ', He was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church. 'He was a 4th Degree member of the Knights of Col" umbus, and belonged to the United Association of Journeymen &Apprentices of the Pipe Fitting Industry.,..,... of the U.S; and Canada, Loeal#370" Survivors,ll1clude: his Wife, Clara;,f:Or over 50 years. a dal~.!~hter-1i1-law, Jean Basso of Mr. Basso's family first settled in, Owoss;o; seven grandchildren, David the U.P.'s copper country. He was:{debble)?asso, Theresa (Bruce) the first of his seven brothers born at, Bandkau, Mark Blashfield; Matthew the Six Mile Creek Road home. He Blas~field, Anne BJashfield, Dan,was an avid walker and golfer, en- i(tal1l1) Basso, an?, Susan Basso; a, joying a standing 'date 'each week (great-grandson, Johnny Basso; two,,with one of hts neighbors.br9ther~, James (Ella) Basso and i Mr. Basso worked all over the ; Charles.(Hannah) Basso;, U.S. during thebepression to sup-i H~,was predeceased,qy a' port his family, once traveling to ldaughter, M!lry Ann BJashfieJd; a Havana, Cuba. ' c,son,.1. David' Basso; and by five brqthers: Lorene E. Bashore Age 76, of Ovili, died Monday, )an. 3, 1994, at the Ovid Convalescent Manor. Services will be held at Smith Funeral Homes, St. Johns Chapel, Wednesday, Jan. 5, at 11 a,m. The Rev. Stephan Weinberger will officiate. Burial will take place at Mt. Rest Cemetery, St. Johns. Visitation will be today ( a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 {Y.m. ' Memorials may be made to the Ovid Convalescent Manor.

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