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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.

12 11 Floyd E. Baughman OWosso Argus-press Josephine Beard DurwardL. Bensinger Age 89,. of Elsie died Sunday, Age 76, 'of Corunna died Tuesday', Age 72, of Owosso died TuesdllY Jan. 23, 1994, at his home. Jan. 4, 1994, at the Ovid Convales, momlng, Oct 11, 1994, at the Me-! Mr. Bensinger retired frolll Unicent Center, following an illness 0' i morial JIealthcare Center, Owosso. vdsal Electric, Owosso lind then four years. Mrs. B,eard~ retired in 1980 from worked for Weigold's Florist, Mr. Baughman was a mechanic.! Mid-West Abrasives after 18 years 'Chesaning. Services will be held Friday, Jan: of service.,. Funeral services will be held 7, 11 a.m. -at the Streeter Funeral:, there will be no visitation or Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1 p.m. at the Home, Byron: The Rev. Kenneth' service.,,,' Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. Herbruck will officiate with burial Mrs. Beard was born in Owosso,,Pastor Robert Ditmer will officiate in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Mich. on June 15, 1922, the!with burial in Riverside Cemetery, Visitation will be Thursday 2 to 9 aaughter of Joseph and Mary (Nech-Elsie. Friends may call today 7 to 9 p.m. with (he family being present at 'vii) SemeIka, She had resided in p.m. at the funeral home. the funeral home 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 Owosso. all her life. Mr. Bensinger was born in CHnto 9 p.m. On Oct. 11, 1975, she and Donald ton County, Mich. on Feb: 28, 1904, Memorial donations may be made Beard,were married in Owosso. the son of Edw!ifd and Viola (Jefto Hospice of Shiawassee. Survivors include: a son, David fery) Bensinger.'He graduated from Mr.~Baughman was born in Cam-, Heagle of Owosso; daughters, Mrs., Elsie High School with the Class of boro, Ontario, Canada on Aug. 24,.Dennis (Donna) LaValley of Mis ' 1917, the son of Lloyd and Donalda I soud; Diane Henn of Owosso; five In 1927, he married Evelyn (Mino) Baughmau. He had resided' grandchi ldren and one great- Me~de, she died in Then on in Corunna since 1986, moving here! grandchild;,one sister; Mary Miller Sept.. 12, 1965, he'marriet1 Helen from Maine where he lived for six of California. Walker. She died Sept. 18, years, and pri~r to!that had resided.' Mrs. Beard, was predeceased by Mr. Bensinger had resided most most of his life in Detroit. ' her husband, Don, Nov.. 18, of his life in the Chesaning and On June 7, 1941, he and Frances, Memorials are suggested to. the Elsie area. Broob were married in Windsor, American Cancer Society. Survivors include:' one son, Ontario. Arrangements by the' Jennings- Robert Bensinger' of Lakeland, Fla.; Survivors include: his wife,' Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. lfour grandsons; six greatfrances; four sons, Gordon and grandchildren;. two sisters, Nida wife, JO~lI1ne Baughman of Byron,,Dunham of Elsie, Wilma Grubaugh Gary Baughman of West Palmi.,\ Elmer C. Beers of Lansing; many nieces and Beach, Fla., Gregory and wife Mary A\~ 74, of Britton Rd., Perry, nephews. 'Baughman of Birnlingham, Jeffery died today, May 26, 1994, at his. Mr. Bensinger was predeceased and wife Melisa Baughman o~ home. by his parents and. three.brothers. Grand Blanc; six,grandchildren; two. Mr. Beers worked for 30 years at Memorials can be made to the great-grandchildren; brother, Marvin Oldsmobile in Lansing. charity of donor's choice.. Baughman of London, Ontario; sis- Services will. be held at Nelsonter, Mrs. Kenneth (Dorothy) Swayze House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Lucile Mary Bauder of Canfield, Ontario; several nieces, C.,hapel, Perry, Saturday, May 28, at h ' d. Age 85, orst. Johns died Sunday, ; nep ews an COUSInS. " I, I. a,111. The Rev. Terry Tumer will M B h ed ceased May I, 1994, at Hazel Findley Co unr. aug man was pr e. officiate. Burial will be in Chapel. by his parents, one brother Kenneth Hill Memorial Gardens. Visitation try Manor. i and one sister Joyce Craig. will be'at the chapel today 7,to 9 Funeral services will be Wednesday - -~,.at II a.m. at Smith F.uneral Homes, Sf. Clarence- "Mouse" p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Johns Chapel. Visitation will be today Beers with the family present 2 to 4 p.m.,and Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. Mr. Cayle Age 63, of Gaylord died Sunday, andl 7 to 9 p.m. Beagle will offici'ate. Mr. Be01s was born in Lansing, May 8, Oct. 4,1,919, the son of Clair L. and Mi. Beers attended high school in,anna May (Bassler) Beers., He and Owosso. I Esther M. Kinney were married in Funeral services will be held GrandLedge on July 7, 1945, at the Thursday, May 12, 11 a.m. at the Perry Baptist Church. First United Methodist Church, Mr., Beers served in the U.S. Gaylord.. Navy.,Survivors include: his wife, Joan;, Survivors include: his wife, Esther' children, Kevin and Cqristina; step-. M.; sons, Van Carson (Mary) Beers children, Connie and Keith; five of Pontiac, 'Randy Lynn (Marilyn) grandchildren., Beers of SL Johns and Dale Lavem Visitation wiu be at Nelson Fun- Beers of Perry; nine grandchildren; eral Home, Gaylord today 7 to. 9 and six great-grandchildren., p.m. and Wednesday 1 t08 p.m. He was predeceased by a son, Memorillis are suggested to Clar- Dennis Rae Beers. ence Beers Memorial Fund,.c/o l\fel-. Memorials may be made to Hosson Funeral Home; 135 N. Center, pic~ Of Shiawassee County. Gaylord, MI 497:35. Pearl Beavers Age 83, of Oakley, died Tuesday, July 12, 1994, atlhe Durand Convalescent Center. A private graveside service was held today with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Paul R. Beck Age 77, of Ashley, died Sunday! March 13, 1994, at his home..~ He owned and operated Beck~s Fur: niture & Carpet in Ashley. Servi~es will be held at Smith Funeral Homes, St. johns Chapel, Wednesday at I p.m. Visitation will be today and Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in Eureka Cemetery.

13 12 Owosso Argus-press Chester R. Belanger Margie June Age 64, of Owosso, died Wednes- i day, March 16, 1994, at his (Cowell) Bellen residence. Age 75, of Bartlesville, Okla. died Mr. Belanger was employed by Sunday, Nov. 27, Zephyr Inc. fo':"30 years. 'Services will be held Thursday, Services will be held at Montrose Dec. 1, 1 p.m. at the Owosso We Chapel of Whipple Funeral HomeS, sleyan Church. The Rev. Joe Colaw 239 E. Hickory St. The Rev. Ri~ will officiate with burial in Oak Hill chard L. Phillips will officiate wi!h ' Cemetery, Owosso. Friends may call burial in Montrose Township at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Cemetery. Friends may call at the Owosso, Wednesday 2 to 9 p.m. and funeral home today from 10 a.m. to Thursday 9 to II a.m.. 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m.. Mrs. Bellen was born in Grand until time of service.' Rapids, Mich. on Dec. 24, 1918, the Mr. Belanger was born in Wyom- daughter of George and Zelia «E1- ing Township on Jan. 10, 1930, the son) Cowell. She graduated from son of Sinai and Sylvia (Amore) South High School, Grand Rapids in Belanger. He had resided in Owosso 1936, earned her BS degree from since 1969, coming from Flint. Owosso College in 1970, and MS On Oct. 23, 1965, he and Bonny degree from Michigan StateUniver- L..:...--;_.4...;,...;~ Ida Marie Smith were married in Flint. sity in Schwartz Beebe Survivors include: ~is wife, She married Alexander W. Felton 'Bonny; brother, AI and Wife Donna in 1938, he predeceased her. Then Age 74, of Owosso (lied Weqnes- Belanger of Escanaba; two sisters, she married Roy R. Bellen in Grand day evening, March 16, 1994, at the Elaine McGillis of Flint and Joyce Rapids in He predeceased her Memorial Healthcare Center, Barnhart of flint; mother-in-law, in Roy was a member and Owosso.., Dorothy Rhinebolt of Montrose; past president of the Shiawassee Mrs. Beebe was a medical assls- three brothers-in-law, James Smith County Realtors AssoCiation. tant, working with Dr. Lyons for 30 of Harrison, William and Wayne Mrs. Bellen was a member of the years. Smith, both of Owosso; several Wesleyan,Church and the American Services will be hel~ Sun~ay, nieces and nephews., ' Association of Christian Counselors. March 20, 4 p.m. at the First Untted', She was active in her church, serving in the children's and youth mini- Methodist Church, O":'OSSO.,!,hepaul R. Binger Sr. R~v. Car~1 ~. Jo~ns will officl~te A e 68, of St. Ignace, formerly of stries. She was a homemaker, secret With bunal m HllIcrest ~emonal Ovid' died Friday, June 10, 1994, at ary prior to her college degrees and Gardens, Owosso. There Will be an h'. I '. S't Igllace was then employed as a counselor.. Ch #206 0 E S VI' e IS lome ncm. '7.. 'A h'ld Ablgatl apter... ser c F' d II h\c\ay' from 4-9 and mimster of women s ani' c I _ S d 7 30 t th funeral. nen s may ca.. h F' W' I atur ay : p.m. a e. t D dson Funeral Home, St. ren's services at t e Irst es eyan home. 'f' tn, a 0 ChiJrchat Bartlesville, Okla. from Friends may call at the Jennings- g~acc.. 'Ii be held Monday at 1982 until She continued the Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso It ervtce~ ~lle funeral home The counseling ministry until her death. where the family will meet friends Re;~ ~1;a~ Lambright will officiate. Survivors include: her children, today and Saturday 2 to 4 p.m. and Burial will be in Caffey Cemetery. Alex W. Bellen (s.on of Alexan~er: 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Beebe was born in Owosso, W. Felton) of Ridgecrest, Callf., Bruce H. (Gail) Bellen of Musko- Mich. on bct. 6, 191?, the daug?ter gee, Okla., Barbara J. Kennell of of Edward and Anme (Amerhnne) Ovid Gordon E. Bellen of Ann Ar- Schwartz. She graduated from bor; '10 grandchildren; four great- Owosso High School, Class of 1936 grandchildren; brothers, Orville E. and was a lifelong resident of Cowell of Tucson, Ariz., Bob H. Owosso. \ Cowell of Grand Rapids, George 1. On Oct. 6, 1938, she and Glen E. Cowell of Chicago, III. and Istanbul, Beebe were married in O~osso. ~he Turkey; a sister, Betty Ruth Jensen was a member of the First Umted of Grand Rapids. ' " Methodist Cpurch, Owosso, Order Mrs. Bellen was predeceased by at?f the ~ast,ern Star, American Leg- (Fay)/Nutson of Flushing, Mrs. Ew- brother, ':'ern N. Cowell. i 10~ Un~t57,.Salon ~et40. aid (Elva) Ellerbrock of Owosso, Memorials a~e suggested to the. Survivors, mclude. her husband'three brothers,edgar Schwartz" Bartlesville FIrst Wesleyan Van CHen;thre~ daughters, Mrs. James'Floyd (Mae) Schwartz; George Fund. (C!}fol),MilIer of Battle Creek, Mrs. h ' 'f 0 I 1 ",_,.. ','. (' ) Th f D yl s Sc wartz all 0 wosso; a so severa, Wend 11 A 'to B Henry Joyce ompson 0 0 e - nieces and nephews e US In erry t wri' Pit Mrs Gerald (Jeanne). A I> o,~..,.,". ne son Mr Mrs. Beebe was predeceased by ge 04, of Osborne, Kan., passed Martm (ok f CI.a )rks~.~~b: of Otsego;, two brothers, two sisters, and her away Wednesday, March 16, 1994, in James, aren,.' 'parents. Osborne. 1 eigh,l;j~ J;an4thtld,.r~nt; dclitldren" two SIS ers 1M rs grjeahtn~ 'Memorials 'are suggested to He leaves a wife Neva and two 0.. ". " gt:lln,,<..." _,..'. Friends of Hospice, the First United SOilS, Wendell Berry of Owosso and t: 7l,,' Methodist Ch~rch or charity of your Eug~?e B.1rry of Osborne, Kan. and ',":i' choice. families.

14 Owosso Argus-press 13 - ' Philinus E. Birchmeier Noreen Elaine,CarsonC. Bentley Age 64, of Corunna died Tuesday, Age 78, of Bancroft, passed awa) Dec. 13, 1994, at the University of Benjamin Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, at Flint Os- Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor. Age 52, of W. Lansing Rd., Mor- teopathic Hospital. Mr. Birchmeier retired from ; rice, died Friday, Nov. 25, 1994, at He had- worked in maintenance a' Buick ~ith 3.0 years of s~rvice. Iher home.... Simplicity Engineering, Durand ane ServIces will be held Fnday, Dec. I Mrs. BenJanlln was a bus driver,then worked for Schmelzer Corp. 16, 11 a.m. at the St. Michael for Morrice Area Schools for 1"5; Durand, retiring in 1979., Catholic Church, Maple Grove. The!years. ~~ervices will be held' at' the Ban:, Rev. Fr. Don Dueweke will officiate' Services will be held at Nelson-: croft Congregational Church, Wed~ with burial in St. Michael Cemetery. House Funeral Homes, LaRowe,nesdaY, Nov. 2, at 1 p.m. Burial will,friends may call at the Whelpley- Chapel, Perry on Monday, Nov.- 28 be ill fremont Cemetery. The Rev: Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Roselawn ~obert H. Zimmerman will officiate. after 1 p.m. today. There will be a Cemetery. Visitation will be today :'1'1,"", body will rest at the Love Fun Scripture service 7 p.m. Thursday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.' and Sunday' erill fjome, Bancroft and receive followed by a Knights of Columbus from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.,. with, the friends- today 7 (0 9 p.m. and Tues Rosary at 8:30 at the funeral home. family present from 3 to 5 p.m. and day, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.rit.. Mr. Birchmeier was born in 7 to <} p.m., both days. Mr. Bentley was born in Owosso, Maple Grove Township on Jan. 18, \~i Mrs. Benjamin was born in Oct. 3, 1916, the son of Clement and 1930, the son of Anthony and Olive Owosso on July 21, 1942, the Agusta (Britton) Bentley. He gra (Schuster) Birchmeier. He had re- daughter of Fred arid Helen (Wright)duated from Perry High School. He sided in Maple Grove Township Hildebrant. She graduated from had resided in Bancroft for the past most of his life. Owosso High School. 62 years.' He and Ruth M. Montroy On Aug. 18, 1951, he and Isabelle I On Feb., 16, 1963, she and Ralph were married in Shaftsburg, Oct. 17, : Gengler Were married in Chesaning. Theron I3~njatnin were married in ; She survives him.. Owosso. She was affiliated with the Mr. Bentley was a member of the Mr. Birchmeier was a member of Free Methodist!Church.! Bancroft Congregational Church. the st. Michael Catholic Church and! Survivors include: her husband, Survivors in include: his wife, the Chesanin&,.Knights of Columbus iralph; three daughters, Coleen (Jeff) Ruth; a son" Robert and wjfe qebra #2943. He was a veteran of the Smith of Perry, Beckie (Phil) Ma- Bentley of Owosso;' two daughters, Korean War. haffy of Holt and Tammy (Danny) 1 Linda -and husband Robert Guiliani Survivors include: his wife, l-iessock of Haslett; six grandchil- I of Clare; Janice Alderman of Flush Isabelle; four daughters, Phillis and~ren, Jessica and Kellie Smith, Ali- I ing;four grandchilpren, Steven and Paul Campbell of Kalkaska, Linda cia, Damara, Gloria and Jessica Ma- IBobbi Bentley, Wend! and Dquglas Ferrigan of Flint, Becky and Charles )taffy; one great-grandchild, Briant J. : Alderman; a sister; Bernice Rendle Taylor of New Lothrop, Karen and IBarnha~t; father, Fred Hildebrant of jman of White Clou~, Mich. Ray Nelson of Durand; three sons, Corunna and one brother, Ralph I Memorials may ben,tade to Ban:, Paul and Lynn Birchmeier of New I(El'niko) Hildebrant of Florida. \croft Congregational Church. Lothrop, Peter and Sue Birchmeier i 'She was predeceased - by her'- of Owosso, Joseph and Diane Bir- Imother. ' chmeier of Burt; 14 grandchildren; Memorials are suggested to the Richard Bedtelyon seven sisters, Eileen and AI Bishop American Cancer Society. Age 77, of New Lothrop died Wedof Chesaning, Dorothy and Vic -F d. J'B nesday, Aug. 24, 1994, Flint Osteo- Kodrick of Birch Run, Mary Ann re eric. ower pathic Hospital.,and Jack Meder of Pinconning, Age 83, of Lakeland, Fla. and Arrangements will be announced by Jeanett and Wilfred Wenzlick of formerly of Owosso died Wednes-'the Whelpley-Martin Funeral Home, l Flushing, Betty Rochefort of Gar- day, Nov. 2, 1994, in Lakeland. New Lothrop. den, Joyce and Jerry Starland of Mr. Bower worked for GM Truck! Chesaning, Helen and Dave Peet of and Coach in Poritiac. : Chesaning; two brothers, Raym~nd Graveside services will be held 'Birchmeier of New Lothrop, Dale Sunday, Nov. 6, 2 p.m. at the Roseand Carol Birchmeier of New lawn Cemetery, Perry. The Rev. Lothrop. Carol J. 10hnswill officiate. There Mr. Birchmeier was predeceased will be no visitation. by one brother, Gerald. Mr. Bower was born in Flint, Arrangements by Whelpley- Mich. on March 6, 1911, the son of, Ml;!.rtill F~unt:;rall:lon!e,NewJ..,othfQ1J.' Edward and Edna (Snyder) Bower. Rev. Roscoe L. ' He had lived in Shiawassee County,until he moved to Florida in Berthume He was a veteran of World War II Age 85, of Crystal, MIch., died and was a member of the First Thursday, July 14, 1994, at Carson United Methodist Church. City Hospital. Survivors include: a nephew, Services will be held Saturday at 3 Robert Terry of Grand Ledge and a p.m. at Crystal Community Assembly Iniece, Barbara Flynn of Santa of God. Maria, Calif. Arrang~ments by Schrtepp Funeral. Arrangeitlents by Jennings-Lyons Home, Crystal. Funeral Chapel, Owosso.

15 14 Owosso Ailgus-press Oscar A. Aue Age 85, of Owosso, died Saturday! morning, Dec. 24,. 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Center 1 Owosso. Mr. Aue was ahortieulturalist. He came to Owosso in ] 952 when he and his brother, Emil, purchased the Owosso Floral Company from Marcu~ a~d Louise Anderson. He Qought out his brother in 1977 and sold the busin~ss in {985 due to ill health. Before coming to Owosso, he worked for Michigan State College in the Farm Security Administration for six years and then worked for. OakJimd Housing Corporation, in Commerce, for 12 years. A member of the Michigan Florist Association he judged floriculture displays at th~ Shiawassee County Fair for 25 years. ' Funeral service for Mr. Aue will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, with the ReV. Lewis COl11- r,ton officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso. The body rests at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel where visitation has been set for 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.. Tuesday, with the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to,9 p.n1. The family suggests memorials to the First Congregational Church, Owosso, or to The Salvation Anl1Y " Mr. Aue was born in Muskegon on Jan.' 13, 1909, the son of August F. and Ida E. (Zorn) Aue. He was a 1926 graduate of Muskegon High School and graduated with a degree in horticulture from Michigan State College in He and Faith Roe Rogers Were married in Pontiac June 15, Albina T. Birchmeier Cecil Franklin Bird Age 82, of New Lothrop; died Age 71, Of Durand, died Wednes Sunday, Dec. 11, 1994, at her day, Au~. 31, 1994, at his r~sidence.. Mr. Btrd worked at the Ttle Plant Mrs. Birchmeier was a: hotne- in Corunna for 15 years, retiring in maker and had been a postal clerk for 17 years in the New Lothrop Services will be held at Nelson Post Office. House Funeral Homes; Durand, Sa- Services will be held at Sf. Mi- turday at 10 a.m. Chaplain Hank chaels Catholic 'Church, Maple Messing will officiate. Burial. will be Grove, Thursday at 11 a.m. The in Fife Lake Cemetery. The family Rev. Fr. Don Dueweke will offici- will receive friends at the chapel ate. Burial will be in St. Michaels today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 4 Cemetery. Friends may call at the p.m. and.7 to 9 p.m., Whelpley-Martin Funeral Home, Mr. Bird was born in Shiawassee New Lothrop after 4 p.m. today. County, Jan. 17, 1923, the son of There will be a Scripture service :Charies F. and Florence A. (Yeag~r) Wednesday at 7 p.m. and a Knights Bird. He attended schools 111 of Columbus rosary at 8':30 p.m,.owosso and Laingsburg. He and Albina Ebenhoh was born in AI- ifay E. Conoway were married in bee Township, Dec. 16, 1911, the!henderson, Dec. 15, She predaughter of Joseph and Maty Eben-.:deceased him in ' hoh. She resided most of her life in I Mr. Bird was a member of Disab New Lothrop and Albee Township lied American Veterans, Sw.artz areas. She and Herbert Birchmeier ICreek VFW, Owosso Amencan were married on June in Legion, Durand Eagles, and AM Albee Township.., 'Veterans of Swartz Creek. He re- She was a member of st. Mi-.ceived the Purple Heart during chaels Catholic Church, Maple World War II while serving in the Grove and the Altar Society and the Anny. Legion of Mary.. Survivors include: two daughters, Survivors include: her husband, Mrs. Les (Donna) Henderson of Herbert; two daughters and two Grand Hayen and Mrs. Fr~d (Lorrie) sons, Mary Sensabaugh of Saginaw, 'Sears of Spring Lake; a son, Gary Maxine and Dale Wenzlick of New i.lee and his wife Cheryl Bird of Lothrop" Jerome and Dianne Bir- ikingsley; four grandchildren, Leslee chmeier' of Spring Lake, Vincent iann Henderson, Michelle, Reid, <)nd Joyce Bir~hmeier of Che.saning; ILynn Bird, ~nd, C?rissie Bird; ~ 14 grandchildren; 13 great- great-grandchtld, Setrra Henderson, grandchildren; a brother, Norbert 'his fiancee, Helen Edwards of Dur Ebenhoh of Albee Township. and, her 2 special daughters Rhea She was predeceased by two Fremd and Dawn Scheitler, her spebrothers, cart. and. Joseph. cial son. Howard Edwards" h~r five. Memorials are 'suggested to St. other chtldren, her 19 grandchtldren, Michaels Church, Twin 1Township and her nine great-grandchildren; Ambulance or your favorite charity. three,brothers, Charles and Carol. An ~ctive member or Owosso's Ftrsl Congregational Cllllrch Mr A ue served h.,.. as a c lirch deacon and a trustee for many years. He had been, a ljle~l1ber of the Owosso Rot-. ary Club S Since J 952., And at M' I. IC 11- gan tate College, he was a member of Farmhouse Fraternity.!V1r." Aue is survived by his wife Fatth; a son, William R. (Joan) Au~ of Owosso; a daughter, Mrs. David M. (Carole) Vreibel of Owosso; seven grandchildren, Mrs. Brian (Elsa) Byler of Des Moines, Iowa, and Jon Aue,Har! Aue, Morgan Aue, Evan ~lle, Hans Vreibel and Mar/i Vret?eI, all of Owosso; three brothers' a sister; and several nieces and n'ep.hews. He Was predeceased' by three Sisters and four brothers., Bird of Owosso, Duane and Mary tbird of Owosso, Richard and Gloria Bird of Roscommon; three sisters, Mrs. Leonard (Eileen) Barber of Owosso, Mrs. Tony (Margaret) Cibula of Corunna, Mrs. Paul (Florence) Bird of Roscommon; also nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a son, Cecil F. Bird Jr., a sister; Rita Young and his parents. Memorials are suggested to Hospice,, - ~'-, I,

16 Owosso Argus-press 15 Cheryl A. Bishop Jam.es W. Blackburn Etta Irene Blight Age 93, of Lansing passed away Age 87, formerly of Flint,Davi- 'Age 38, of Mt. Morris, formerly of Wednesday, Sept. 14, ,son and Corunna died Friday, Jan. Maple.Grove Township, died Satur- He was born Feb. 20, 1901, in 21, 1994, at the Masonic Home in day, January 22, 1994, as a result of Attica, Ind. and has been a resident Alma. a snowmobiling accident near of the Lansing area for the past 40 Mrs. Blight retired in 1980 as a Luzerne, Miell years. He built and operated three LPN with 30 years of service. She The funeral for Ms. Bishop will frozen food locker plants in Ovid, began her career at Hurley Hospital, be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at St. Elsie and QWosso. He also built and then worked for Dr. Scabarda and Michael's Catholic Church with the operated the Star Lite Drive-In finally to Briarwood Manor where Rev. Fr. Bob Byrne officiating. Bur- Theatr~, and owned and operated the ishe served for ten years., ial will be in st. Michael's Lansing Drive-In Theatre both in l Services will be Monday, Jan. 27 Cemetery. Lansing, for many years. In 1968, he :at 11 a.m. at the Miles Martin Funand Friends may call at Walker-Martin his two sons built and operated!eral Home. The Rev. Mr. Burton Windsor Estates Mobile Home Park 'Jones will officiate with burial in Funeral Home, Chesaning, after 5 in Dimondale, retiring in Mt. Morris Cemetery. Friends. may p.m. today, all day Monday, and Mr. Blackburn was a member of call at the funeral home today after then at the church until 10 a.m. ' South Baptist Church and a life 6 p.m. and an day Sunday. A scripture service will be held i member of the Masonic Lodge of An Eastern Star Memorial Service Monday at 7 p.m. Ovid and received his 60 year pin will be held Sunday at7 p.m. under \Ms. Bishop was born in Saginaw from Lodge #33 F&AM in Lansing. the direction of Mt. Morris Chapter on Aug. 9, 1955, the daughter of He- " Mr. Blaekbum was predeceased #474 O.E.S. and also a service by len E. (Klein) Bishop and the late by his -wife, Jennie in 1990, aller 69 Grand Court Order of Amaranth will 'h I John V. Bis op. years of marriage. follow at 7;30 p.m. Surviving arc: two sons, Bernard Mrs. Blight was born in Moores, ' She attended New Lothrop (Ethel), of Okemos. Jerry (Ruth Ann N.Y. on May 12, 1906, the daughter schools, graduating in Wcndrow) of Dimondale; four or-james Artemus and Harriet (Re- She resided much of her life in the grandchildren, Natalie Sue Blaek- i diker) Delmage. Maple Grove area, moving to Mt. bum of Newberry, Louanne Blaek- On July 6, 1929, she and Wilbur' Morris 10 years ago. burn of Pinellas Park, Fla., Dr. Jeff,Blight were married in Mt. Morris. Ms. Bishop was an avid outdoor Blackburn of Okemos and Jerry :He preceded her in death on March Blackburn Jr. of Dimondale; four [6, ienthusiast. great-grimdchildren;two sisters, Lu- Mrs. Blight was a member of the ' She worked at Buickin Flint as an I cille Miller and Laura Steinerson First Baptist Church in Corunna and experimental test mechanic in Plant both of Wisconsin; brother-in-law. formerly Faith United Methodist 78 engineering. She had also worked Albert (Betly) Warren of Ovid; two Church for many years. She was a at Plant 38 engine plant for many, sisters-in-law, Ruby Smith of Bath member and past worthy matron of,,years and Johnny's Restaurant in! and Pearl BlackbUIll of Wisconsin, the Order of the Amaranth #2; mem Maple Grove. Mary LOll Hanold; and several ber and past worthy high priestess of Survivors include: Her mother, nieces' and nephews.. the White Shrine of Jerusalem #56; Helen, of Maple Grove; five sisters, Funeral services will be held at il member and past noble grand of Linda and Pat Jordan of Oakley, Re- a.m. Saturday at the Tiffany Funeral.Rebekah Lodge #595; she was an Home, 3232 W. Saginaw, Lansing. honorary member of Bancroft Chapbecca Bishop of Chesaning, Jackie I Interment will be in Maple Grove ter #225 O.E.S. and Steve Harris of Chesaning, Sandra and Fred Seymour of Wayland, and Judy and Ernie Birchnieier receiving friends today 2 to 4 p.m. Edward Blight of Mundy Township, Cenwtery, Ovid. The family will be Survivors include: two grandsons, of New Lothrop; and four brothers,and 7 to 9 p.l11. at the funeral home. Donald Blight of the U.S. Coast Bernard and Harriett Bishop, Ray-, For those wishing, contributions Guard; three granddaughters, mond and Eydie Bishop, Edward' may be made to South Baptis~ Cynthia Nickles, Sandra Degeneff and Diane Bishop and Robert and Church. I and Sheila Ostrander, all of Owosso; Kathy Bishop, all of Chesaning;,.. 11 great-grandchildren; one great- 11lany nieces, nephews, aunts and un-, Katherine BI~b'a great-grandchild; sister Hazel, and d. I cles,' and a speel'al God-child, Ni-,A.-.,.. husband Roy Hoag of Corunna; two" ] ge. 91, of Laing.sburg died Tues"... b th K th d 'fi 0..s chole Harris. d J I 19 '. '. ro ers, enne an WI e ora ~..J ay, u y,1994, atlakeview Luthe~ Delmage of North Branch and Sher-,» ~ Her father died in r;lfl Manor Nursing Home. man and wife Betty Delmage of,..o.'". --~ ,-- Mrs. Blaha was a homemaker. Myrtle Beach, S,C.; several nieces, ~ ~ Carl Blood Services will be held at the Nelson- and, nephews; special nephew, DaI-, ~.~.~ Age 73, of 11 East Orange Grove House Fmier:al Homes, Laingsburg on las and wife Sue Reasner of ~... &il Rd., Apt. 2613, Tucson, Ariz , Friday at I p.m. The Rev. Edd Wilder COIil/nna. I~~"O passed away Wednesday, July 13, will officiate with burial in Laingsburg Mrs. Blight was preceded in death ~ ~!a 1994, in Tucson. Cemetery. Friends may call at the fun- by son, Robert in 1976, granddaugh- 0 1:: Mr. Blood joined the Owosso eral home today 7 to 9 p.m. and Thurs- ter, Teresa and sister, Lillian Bem-i! :r: 8 Public Schools in 1954 and retired as day 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family gan on Sept. 5, ] = Owosso High School principal in meeting friends 2 to 4 p.m, and 7 to 9 Memorials may be directed to theil.,.~ p.ll}. Masonic Home. Donations may be ~... A memorial will be held at a later date. made at the funeral home.

17 16 OW"OSSQ Argus-press James A. Bloomfield Amanda Brooke Boardman Anthony J. Bocek Jr. Age 83, of Owosso, died Saturday, June 18, 1994, at his residence. Age 76, of 226 W. High St., The f'uneral for Mr. Bloomfield : Age.z0, of Springfield, Ill., died Ovid, died Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1994, will be held T\.tesday at 10 a.m. at Friday, Aug. 26, 1994, at St. John's at the Memorial Healthcare Center St. Paul Catholic Church with the ihospital in Springfield, III. Owosso.', Rev. Father Leo Taubitz officiating. Services wilt be held at Graham Mr: Bocek was retired from Burial will be in St. Joseph Community Church in Laingsburg, B.O.C: in i Cemetery, Gllines. Thursday, Sept. I, 1994, at 10 a.m. 'Services will be held at Holy Visit!ltion at the Nelson-House Pastor Gary Hashley will officiate. Family Catholic Church Ovid on FunerallHomes-Owosso will be to- IBurial will, Qe in Graham Cemetery. Friday, Nov 1 18 at II a.n~. The Rev. day from 7-9 p.m. and Monday from ;Services in lliinois will be held at Fr. Ken Coughlin will officiate with 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. A Rosary wili be ithe Boardman-Smith Funeral Chapel burial in MapJe; drove Cemetery. A prayed Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Springfield on Tuesday, Aug. 30, rosary service will be praye'd Thurs- 'Mr. Bloomfield was porn April 'at 10 a.m. ' day evening at 7 p.m.. at the 26, 1911, in Moran, Mich. Mandy was born in Lansing,> Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral 'He graduated from St. Thomas March 31, 1974, the daughter of Homes, ovid. Visitation will be to High School in Ann Arbor in 1929, Michael and Eleanor (Rosen) Board- day from 4 to 9 p.m. and Thursday then attended Eastern Michigan Uni-. man. She attended Lee School and fr to 4 p.n~, and 7 to '9 p.m. versity. He graduated from Cleary was a juflior at Springfield High Mr. Bocck was born in Flint on College in School. She attended Hartwood IDe Feb. 8, 1918, the son of Anthony On Dec. 31, 1942, he and Marion School in Michigan. and Frances, (Vodichka) Bocek. He Lake were married at St.. Mary's Mandy was active in, Special, had lived 1110st of his life in Corunna Church in Durand. She died in Olympics at the state level winning and Ovid. Mr. Bloomfield taught school for several gold and silver medals. She i On April 19, 1941, he and Helen, five years.and then became an ac- was an avid supporter of the Illinois,Holczman were married in Banniscountill1t for Universal-Electric, and Michigan Anny National Guard. :ter. He was an1liated with the Holy > where he worked for 31 years. He Mandy was featured in a State Family Catholic Church. '~etired in after WOrking. 13! Journal Register 'article entitle. d,,' Survivors inch.lde.: his wife Hei ears for the Owosso Medical "Mandy's Move" when she became:,len; three daughters, Ms, Ma~yann : roup.. one of the first residents of Curtis! I ~lier of Ovid, Mrs. Suzanne (Ron) \ Mr. Bloomfield was a member of Court... ~1"':,0thaway of Farwell ahd Mrs. Ad~ 1 St. Paul Catholic Church. SurvIvors mclude: her parents, :nanne (Frank) Winkler of Ovid' 1I0n ; ~e is survived by: Three daught- Michael Boardman Sr. of Lansing:,:.Anthony Bocek'II1 of Oregon; 'eight i ers,\mrs. Kathryn (David) Bartram and Eleanor J. Boardman of Spring-:grandc h j I d ren; nine grea t i of O~osso, Mrs. Jean (Paul) Speaker field; brothers, Norm and Michael tgrandchildren;.two sisters, Maryann i of So\\thfield, and Mary Bloomfield Jr., both of Lansing; grandparents, SteckchuIte of Colorado and Frances of East Lansing; three sons, James Mr. and Mrs. James Boardman of Doer of,flushing.. Michae\ (Weaver Habl) Bloomfield : Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Nommn: Mr. Bocek was preceded in death i of Hasle\t, John (Janyt) ~loomfield Rosen of Perry; aunt and uncle, Tom {by one sister, three brothers and two i of Owos\;o, and Joseph (Mary). and Joan Nacke of Milford, and an :grandchildren. : Bloomfiel\l of Owosso; grandchil- aunt, Susan Rawls Qf Laingsburg;; Meluorials may be made to the i dren, Ryan, Brandie, Courtney, several cousins; and her special)-loly Family Catholic Church Ovid' ; Shannon, Ell'zabeth, Jessica, Amanda i friends, Jennifer Whitler and Emma' F unera I a rra ngem en t's by' and Michael;\brother, Neil (Helen) Jones. 'Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral Bloomfield 'of Ann Arbor; and, Michigan arrangements are being Homes, Ovid. nieces and nephews. handled by Nelson-House Funeral' Homes, LaRo)"e Chapel, Perry. Memorials may be made to Margaret M. Amanda Brooke Boardman Memorial Fund, clo SPARC, 2719 S. 11th, (Orel) Bowman Springfield, IL Age 68, formerly of Grand Blanc. died Friday, April 22, 1994 at her home in Apache Junction Ariz HarryL. Blackmer Surviving are: husband, Ch~rles,f E. Bowman; da,ughter, Susan and Age 73, of Chesaning died Thurshusband Gerald Tebo; sons, Larry E. day morning, Jan; 20, 1994, at St.' and wife Brenda Bowman Charles' Luke's Hospital, Saginaw. and wife Ingred BOW111~n' nine Services will be held Saturday, II grandchildren; four ~reat- a.m. at the Walker-Martin Funeral grandchildren., Home, Chesaning., The Rev. George. Those wishing may make dona- Ward will officiate with burial in hons to Shults Lewis (Orphanage) Ridge Road Cemetery. Friends may: ip.o. Box 471, Valpariso, IN 46384: call at the funeral home today until 9 p.m. Caroline June Boonstra Age 93, who had resided in Royal OakdiedWednesday, Sept. 28,1994, at the Royal Oak Wm. Beaumont Hospital.. Mrs. Boonstra retired from R,B. Women's Retail Clothing Shop in Royal Oak. ' The ftmerall11ass is Friday, I 0:30 a.m. at th~st. Mary Catholic Church, Royal Qak. Committal ~ervice will. be.held Friday 2:30 pjll. at St. Paul Cemetery, Owosso. Arrangements by :William Sullivan & Son Funeral Home, 705 W. II Mile, Royal Oak.

18 Owosso Argus-press Lawrence D.' Boudreau Belle Mildred Marion Irene Bonnin Age 92, of Byron and st. Peters- BId burg, Fla., died Sunday, Oct. 2,' 0 e ovich Age 91, of Owosso, died Satur- 1994, at McLaren Regional Medical. Age 63, of Detroit, died Tuesday day, Dec. 10, 1994, at Durand Con- Center, Flint.. Nov. 22, 1994, at the Eastwooc vaiescent Center. Mr. Boudreau retired 'as manager Nursing Center,. Detroit. Mrs. Bonnin was a h0l!lema~er fr~m the, Admek Builders Supply in' Mrs. BoledOVIch was:a waitress. and had 30 years of service With Pmellas Park, Fla. From 1932 to Services will be held at Nelson~ Redmonds. 19?5; he owned and operated thel H~lise Funeral Homes,Owosso on Services will be held at Nelson Phllhps 66 Service Statibn in Mt. i Fl'ld~'y, Nov. 25. at I p.m. The Rev.! House, Funeral Homes, Owosso, Morris.. DaVid Weitz will officiate. Burial Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1994, at II a.m. Se.rvices will be held at the Byron:' will be in.. Gr~enwood Cemetery, Pa.~or L~wis ~),V~lI will officia!e. Baptist Church, Byron, Wednesday,' Vernon. Visitahon will be Friday BUllal Will.b~ I~ HllIc.rest Memonal O~t. 5, I ~94, a~ ~ p.m. Pastor Larry from noon until. time of service. Gardens.' VlSltah<:m WIll be today. 2 WIlson WIll officiate. Burial will be! Mrs. Boledovlch was born in Mi- to 9 p.l;t. at the funeral home WIth in Flint Memorial Park, Mt. Morris.! ~higan.on May 20, I the faintly receiving friends from 2 The family will receive visitors at',su~vlvors include: three sons,: to 4 p.m. an? 7 to' 9 p.m. the St:eeter Funeral Home; Byron l Ronme L. Boledovich of NewYork,j Mrs. Bonnm was born in Hopkintoday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesd}'.\Y Bluce (Peggy) Boledovich of Flint ton, N.H., Dec. 12, 1903, the from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The and Jack (Susan) Garner of Burton; aa~ght~r of Arthur H. and Dora body will rest at the clll~rch on one daughter, Mrs. Scott (Cindy) ~PlCken~g) Sargent. She was affil Wednesday from 9:30 a.lll. until Boss of Charlevoix and ten lated With the Owosso Wesleyan time of service. : \ grandchildren. Church. Memorial donations may be made M~s. Boledovich 'was predeceased SUl:vivors include: a son,. Robert to the Byron Baptist Church.,. by one son. Bonnm of Owosso; two daughters, Mr. Boudreau was bom in Re-' Irene Olive Mrs. George (Elaine) Harris and mingtol1, Ind., Aug. 7, 1902, the son Mrs. Donald (peri) Elliott, both of of Alfred and Josephine (Stevens) Evans-Bond Owosso; a sister, Mrs. Barbara Boudreau. He had resided in' st. Age 80, of OWOS50, died Sunday Bums of New London, N.H. Petersburg, Fla. since 1952, with his morning July to 1994 at Hazel I. b She. was prt;:de~eased by three S I.' B' ','" rot l leis and two sisters,u llmels myron SInce He l Findlay Country Manor, St. Johns. M.' ' ~nd Vema J~l~ were married' Mrs. E van s _ Bon d was a 0" emollals may be made t~ ~he III Crown Point, Ind., on Oct. 30, homemaker. woss~ Wesleyan Church LlVlng 1919 Sh ". d d h'. d 1 '.., Memonal Fund.. e,jrece e lin III eat 1 on There WIll be no services or VIse - April 26, I9~2. On Jan. II, 1983, he itation.. Cremation has already taken M and Gera.ldtn~ Dexter Robinson' place. arguerite E. Bonsor were marned 111 Byron. Mrs. Evans-Bond was born in Age 82, of 344 Ivanhoe Circle, Mr. Boudreau was a member of Owosso on June the Lady Lake,Fla., passed away Saturthe By~on Ba~tjst Church. daughter of Vern and: Neva (Derr) day, March 5, ' SurvIVors Includes: his wife, Evans. She attended Central and ' She was born and raised In Elsie, Gerry; a daughter, Mrs. Louis (Vi- Owosso High School. She had re- moving to Florida in ola) Blake of Flushing; two step- sided most of her life in the Owosso She was a homemaker andmemdaughters, Mrs. Bob (Martha) Brad- area and attended the First Baptist ber of the Main Street Baptist le~ of Croswell and Peggy Owens of Church of Owosso. Church of Leesburg, Fla. Wmona Lake, Ind.; a stepson, Dou- On Oct. 14, 1967, she and Harold She and Eugene Moore were marglas and wife Janice Robinson of Bond were married in Corunna. He ried July 16, 1930, of which two Greenville, N.C.; three grandchil- died in 1975.' daughters were born. He preceded dren,. Ronald (Dianne) Blake of SurviNors include: five daughters, her in death on Feb. to, She Flushmg, Susan (Larry) Shanks of Mrs. Curtis (Neva) Butterfield of ',was predeceased also by a grandson, Gaines, Debbie (Dick) Thering of Flint, Lois Mahar o{-atranta,ga., Kenneth Beaver who passed away Grand. Blanc; eight great- Lenore Devereaux of Owosso, Mrs. Sept. 9, grandchtldren; 11 stepgrandchildren; Tony (Michelle) Chapman of Jack- She and Harry Bonsor were marf~ur stepgreat-grandchildren; several sonville, Fla. and Candy Davis of riedsept. 30, mecesand nephews. Eureka Springs, Ark.; 17 grandchil-, Survivors include: her. husband;. Mr. Boudreau was ~Iso preceded dren; many great-grandchildren. two daughters, Ann (AI) Mitchell of l~ death by three brothers and a Mrs. Evans-Bond was prede- Fruitland Park, Fla. and Ernestine sister. ceased by her husba,nd, son, Allen (Don) Hatfield of Ovid; six grand- Arrangements by Streeter Funeral Vernor Deuel' parents' one sister' children; and 12 great-grandchildren. Home. one brother.',, 'Funeral services were held March Memorials may be made to. the 8, 1994, at Beyers Funeral Home, American Heart Association. Leesburg, at 2 p.m. Pastor George Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Starling and Hank Melton officiated. Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Interment was in Hillcrest Memorial Garden, Leesburg. She will be greatly missed by her daughters, grandchildren and friends. 17

19 18 ~vosso Argus-press Raymond Leslie Boudro Age 71, of 1006 Geeck Rd., Corunna: died Thursday, July , 'at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Boudro retired from BuicK Motor Division on Oct. 1, 1974, and was a'member of U.A.W, Local.. Services will be held at the. Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Durand on Monday at 11 a.m. Fr. David! Fisher will officiate 'with burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I 'Vith the family being present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p,m., Mr. Boudro was born in Flint, Age' 72, of 420 Cass St., Owosso Mich. on Jan. 30, 1923, the son of idied Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1994, at Patrick L. and Mary M. (Helmboldt) ithe McLaren Regional Hospital, Boudro. He had attended schools in Donald Arthur Bradley [Flint. Durand and served in the 'U.S. Army' Age 58, of Owosso went to be with, Mr. Bowlin was manager of Ze- during World War n. his Lord on Monday, Aug. 8, phyr Service Station.in Owosso. i Mr. Boudro was a member of the Funeral services will be held at, Services will be held Saturday, 2' Fraternal Order of Eagles of Owosso, the First Church of the Nazarene on,p.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral Aerie No. 851, Shiawasse.e Dog and, Friday at 1 p.m. with Pastor David 'Homes, Owosso. The Rev. Paul A. Gun Club, American Legion Post' Weitz officiating. Burial will take Beasley Jr. will officiate with burial #0094 of Cadillac and the Owosso place in Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitain Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Memorial VFW Post #94?5. tion will be from 2 to 9 p.m. today Owosso. Friends may call at the' Survivors include: his children, and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday funeral home today 7 to 9 p,m. and \ David (Marie) Boudro of Byron, with the family receiving,friends 2 Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the Patrick (Kathy) Boudro of Durand, to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. both days family receiving friends from 2 to 4 Linda (Tom) Rayner of DeWitt;!at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. eight grandchildren; two great- Owosso. Mr. Bowlin was born in Jellico, grandchildren; sisters, Madonna Pat' The only son of Archie and Ida Tenn. on' July 8, 1921, the son of mer of Marion, Geneva (Merrill) (Daly) Bradley, Don was born in Newman and Georgia. (Lockard) Spencer of Marion, Sue Ann Reeser Pontiac on March 21, 1936, and Bowlin. He attended school in Jel- of Cadillac; brothers, Francis (Hope) graduated from Pontiac High lieo, Tenn. Boudro of Mio and Patrick John School. He attended Owosso Col-. On April 11, 1942, he and Hur-. (Gertrud, Boudro of California. lege from , where he tridge Lea Artis were married in' Mr. Boudro was predeceased b) traveled with the Rock of Ages Jellico, Tenn. ' his parents, a brother, Bill BoudroQuartet, representing t~e college. Mr" Bowlin served in tliejnfantry and sisters Viletta Brewer and Mary He and the former Lila Sandberg with the U" S. Army during'world LaMar. were married June 20, 1959, at the, War II, having received the Purple l'v;1emorials are suggested to the Pilgrim Holiness Church.in Owosso. Heart, E.A.M.E. Camp Medal and Shlawassee Dog and Gun Club. Don worked at Johnson Controls one Bronze Star. Betty" (D k ) B I since 1960, where he was a member.mr. Bowlin had resided in' ec er 0 ger of the union and had served on the Owosso since He was a mem- Of Rochester, N.Y., passed away:board. ~. ber of the Cornerstone Church of Monday, April 4, 1994, in Rochester. He loved people' and enjoyed 'be God, and was a life member of the A funerai.mass was held at Ouring head usher at the First Church of Military Qrder,of the Purple Heart. L~dy of Mercy Church in Rochester, the Nazarene, where he was a mem- 1 Survivors include: his wife, Hur- FrIday, April 8, 1994.,ber. In the past he had served as 'tridge; two daughters, )anet White,Survivors include two sisters in minister of music, church board. of Owosso, Joan Anderson of Hous- the Owosso area, Norma Diebolt nem!;>er and Sunday school teacher. ton, Texas; two grandsons, Scott i!,mldelql"e~ Mo~ehouse. Jon's favorite hobbies were art and White and Family of Brighton, Gre- V'" S B II oil painting. gory White of Chesaning; two great- Irglnla., Q es Survivors include: his wife, Lila; grandsons;. three sisters, Mrs. Dor-, Age 76, of IHoughton Lak~, for- a daughter,michelie and her husothy Hamlett of Corunna, Mrs. 'metly of.laingsburg, died Wednes- band Don Byers of Owosso; a son, Sarah Hammonds of Celina,.Ohio ;da~, Oct. 12, 1994, atking Nursing D. J. of Mariett!!, Ga. and his t and Mrs. Geq"va Creekmore of Oak Center, Houghton Lake,, fiancee Donna Eggers and his father, Ridge, Tenn.;:tnephew, Dave Ham- 'Mrs. Bolles Was a homemaker. Archie Bradley of Owosso. lett and Family of Owosso.,'Servic;es will be held at Nelson- He was predeceased by his Memorials are suggested to the House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg mother, Ida Bradley in American Heart Association. Saturday at 10 a.m. ' ' The family suggests memorials t!j I the First Church of the Nazarene.

20 Owosso Argus-press 19 DuaneJ. Brandt Albert H. Braden Age 79, of Lennon, died Thurs Age 83, of Durand died Wednesday, June 2, 1994, at Memoria day, Dec. 21, 1994, at the Heritage. Healthcare Center, Owosso. Manor Nursing Ho\ue. Mr. Brandt retired in 1974 fron~ Mr. Braden was employed by fanning. He also worked at Detroit Conlplete Auto Transit and retired in Creamery as a milk hauler in Ovid was an oil distributor for Sinclair No services will be held. ~i1, county. coml11iss~oner and Ven\. Mr, Braden was born Sept. 9, Ice Townslllp supervisor.. \ 1911 in Illinois the son of John and Services will be held at Jennings-i,Nola' (Harriso~) Braden. He had Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, lived in Flint for many years, then in Monday, June 6, 1994,.at 10? I11 ICrystal River, Fla. for 22 years and' The Rev. Mary Tame will officiate. most recently moving to Durand in Burial will be in Wilkinson Cemct- i Stella P. Braden Age 84, of Durand, died Su~day, Dec. 11, 1994, at the Herttage Manor- Nursing Home; Flint.. There will be n(}::s~rv,kes, Funeral arrangements' by;.iharp Funeral Home, Swartz Creek.'; Laura B. Brayshaw Age 81, of Owosso died Sunday, March 13, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Brayshaw retired after 30 years at Redmonds. Services will be held at Jenningsery. Visitation will be at the chapel,: He married Stella Pearl McGregor Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Sattl~day 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 21 July 24, She predeceased him Wednesday, March 16 at I p.m. Mr. to 4' p.m. and 7 to 9 p:m..! Dec. 11, Marion Ellis will officiate with' burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Mr. Brandt was born m Shlawas- Mr. Braden was l a life member of i see Township, Oct. 2, 1914, the son Millington Masonic Lodge #470 Visitation will be today from 7 to 9 of tlan'y and Edna (White) Brandt. F&AM. : p.m. and Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. He resided all his life in Shiaw?ssee Surviving are: t~osons, Gerald and 7 to 9 p.m. CO\lIlty. He and Amber K. Gillam D. Braden of Wells Maine Jack W. were married in New Lothrop, and wife MarciaL: Brade~ of Dur~ Mrs. Brayshaw was born in Fowlerville on May 7, 1912, the M~rch 10, 1934., and; five grandchildren, Michael daughter of George and Lennie Bell Mr. Br~ndt was a n~ember of Jud-_ Braden of Gaylord, Christopher and (Bowen) Smith. She resided au of r dville Umted Methodist Church. wife Darlene Braden of Bancroft, her adult life in Owosso.. ~Survivors include: a brother, Glen David Braden of Durand Brian and She was first married to Charles B~andt of COfll.nna; sister~, Mrs. wife Carol Braden of B;ron, Stacey Patterson; later to Donald Shane; and IF~ank (Gerald1l1e) Gewirtz. of Braden of Bancroft; and six great finally to Clyde Brayshaw on March O,wosso, Mrs. Allen (Madeltne)' grandchildren. 11, 1967, in Owosso. He died in Rrtndall o~ t;laples, Fl~., Mrs. Darrell Mr. Braden was predeceased by Mrs. Brayshaw attended the Trinity United Methodist Church and the Warole) Fnck of Fhnt and P~nta his parents, a.brother and his wife.,~orda, Fla., Mrs. Alfred (Elame), Special love to Great-Grandpa Owosso Wesleyan Church. ~fcewen of Durand, and Mrs. G.or- 'from Pooh. Survivors include: two sons, Dick con. (LaV.on) McDougall of. Fltnt; i Arrangements by Sharp Funeral (Violet) Patterson of Bentonville, lj,jeclal fnel~d, :rv,tary Easterhng of 'Hol1}e, Miller Rd., Swartz Creek. Ark., David (Judy) Shane of lennon; a slster-m-iaw, Mabel Bal- I '.."-C Owosso; one stepson, Danny Brayshaw lauf of Saginaw; brothers-iti-iaw, Keith Dean Brown of Owosso; six stepdaughters, ~arl Gillam of Flint, Rufus Gillam Age 47, of Phoenix, Ariz. and Beverly Hawkins of Owosso, Eleanor )1 Hamburg, Mich., and Clarence formerly of,vernon, died Feb. 5, Kareus of Corunna, Dort Vro Crieger of Saginaw.,.,l994, at his residence. man of Durand, Kay Leonard of He' was predeceased by his wife, A memorial service will be held Owosso, Betty Taylor of Byron,?arents, a. brother, and two sisters. Saturday, April 30, 2 p.m. at Sharp. Ohm Frost of Oakley; one sister, Me~ortals. may be m~de to the Funeral Homes, Miller Rd. Chapel, Hilda Halisek of Owosso; numerous 'Juddvtlle Untted Methodist Church. '8138 Miller Rd., Swartz Creek. D,r. grandchildren, great-grandchildren. Milt"Bc d" B --- 'H. Reginald, Cattell will officiate. and great-great-grandchildren;. on u ronsonfriends may call anhe holne Satur- nieces and nephews. Age 71, of Montrose, died Friday, day. from I p.m. until time of Mrs. Brayshaw was predeceased May 6, 1994.,serVIce. by her husband, one son, Willard D., Services will be held at St. Mi-. In lie~ of flowers, those desiring Patterson, sister, Edith;, Mead and chael's Catholic Church, Maplc'?lay make,contri?utions to the char- brother, Walt Smith. Grove, on Monday, May 9, at) Ity of one s choice., Memorials' are suggested to the a.ul. '. '<=<~~, " M.r.,,Brown. was born May 4, family. Visitation will 'be at'tjle Walker- 1946, in Caro, Mich., the son of Lee Funeral arrangements by Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning Richard and Lois (Etter) Brown. He, Jennings"Lyons Funeral Chapel, after 5 p.m. today. ' had lived in Arizona the past nine Owosso. years moving from Vernon.. Surviving are: a daughter, Theresa Gordon L. Briggs." Brown of Vernon; stepson" Richan:1 Age 68, of Byron died Sunday, Oct. Mitc,hell of Owosso; granddaughter,: 9, 1994, at his residence. Allison Brown of Vernon; mother: Lois M. Brown of Flint; two brothers, Gary' L. Brown of Alaska; T " "-.... Craig R. Brown of Vernon; nephe}vi 'of ex as; spe.clal aunt, Cnstme Steven C. Brown of Newport Vernon, several,other aunts Mr. Briggs was a.die setter at AC Spark Plug in Flitlt, retiring in Funeral services will be held 11 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the Streeter Funeral Home, Byron.. 'uncles. H j, was prt:dece~lseli

21 20 O'\I'OSSO Argus-press William "Bill" BreUer Marshall Britten Rachel' Emily Brooks Age 62, of Britton Rd., Age 90, of Corunna died Thurs- Age 87, formerly of New Lothrop Laingsburg, died Tuesday, March I, day, Jan. 13, 1994, at the Memorial and Durand, died Friday, April 29, 1994, at home. " Healthcare Center, Owosso., 1994, at the Shiawassee County Mr. Britten was retired from Old- Mrs. Brooks was a homemaker. Medical Care Facility, Corunna. smobile after 28 years. Services will be held at Smith Mr. Breiler was employed by the 'Services will be held at Nelson- Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor Corunna Public Schools for 28 House Funeral' Homes; Perry, Fri- unna on Sunday, Jan. 16 at 2 p.m. 'years, had worked at Electric Auto day, March 4, at \1 a.l11. Pastor The ~ev. Ru~sel~ Merrill.will offici Light in Owosso and later for the Gaty Hashley will officiate. Burial ate with burtal 111 Hawkms Cemetnew Lothrop Street Department. He' will be in Graham Cemetery. Visita- ery, Corunna. Visitation will be toalso served as "Keeper of the Bear" tion will be at the chapel today 9 day from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday named Jack at McCurdy Park, a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family pre- from 2 to 9 p.m. with the family Corunna. sent 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Services will be held at New Lo- Mr. Britten was born in Livings- p:m. throp United Methodist Church on ton County on May 19, 1931, the. Mrs. Broo.ks wa~ born in Caledo Monday, May 2, at 2 p.m. Pasto:s son of Roy Estes,and Rhea Pauline nl,a TownshIp, MICh. on Oct. 20, Mary Tame and Mike Brown Will (Robinson) Britten. He graduated I~O~, the daughter of Frank and officiate with burial in Elmwood from Perry High School and resided Lillian (Young) Munger. Cemetery, New Lothrop. Visitation most of life in the Perry-Laingsburg On Jan. 3, 1925, she and Wendell will be at Whelpley-Martin Funeral area. He and Patricia Dunn were Brooks were married. He died Oct. Home, N~w Lothrop after,6 p.m. married in Perry, June 22, 1950.,13, 198f. She resided most of her today. W He was a member of the Graham life in the Corunna area. Mr. Breiler was born in Illinois on Community Chruch where he was a Survivo~s include: two daughters, August 18, 1906, the son of Fred deayon and enjoyed fellowship with Joann.e (Richard) M~ner of Corunna, and Emma (Dryer) Breiler. He re- the church community. He was a Conl1le (Larry) Gultck of Russelle~ sided in the Corunna and New Lo- member of a soflball league, en- ville, Ark.; two sons, Kirk (Vivian) throp area most of his life. joyed hunting, fishing, and singing. Brooks of Corunna, Philip (Ros~). On March 13, 1940, he and Emma He also loved birds. Brooks of St. Joseph; II grandchd Conklin were married in Corunna. Survivors include: his wife, Patd- dren, 22 great-grandchildren and one He was affiliated with the New Lo-I cia; four sons, Clark (Vicki~), Mark, great-great-grandchild. throp United Methodist Church and i Rex (Lucille), and Dale (Becky);, Mrs. Brooks was predeceased by was a past president of New Lothrop three daughters, Yvonne (Rick) Har- her parents, one sister and two Senior Citizens.,. rison, Marsha (Dave) Ellis, and Bar- brothers. Survivors include his wife, Emma,1 bam (Wally) Doerner; 14 grandchil- ~emorials may be made to Meof Durand; a daughter, Maxine and! dren' his mother Elizabeth Britten; moflal Healthcare Extended Care husband Gilbert DuBois of Swartz: five' brothel's, Dick (Marg), Bruce Facility. Creek; a son Clayton and wi fei (Janis), Brad, Ronnie, and Roy Jr.; Sandy Breiler of Chesaning; six three sisters, Merilyn (David) West, grandchi ldren; one step great-~ Carol Slocum, and Cheri Palmer; grandchild; several nieces and ne- also several nieces, and nephews. phews; three sisters, Bertha Westcott He was predeceased by his of Florida;, Evelyn and John New", mother and dad and a brother, comer of Montrose; and Anne Gra- Charles. ham of Corunna; and one brotheri Memorials are requested to Gra Fred Breiler of Corunna. H.e was, : ham Community Church Building predeceased by brothers LOUIS, Al~ Fund.. bert, Joseph and Richard, and siste~s ' Freda McMorris, Marie Chamberlamand Addie Travis. Irene M. Brown Age 72, of Owosso died Sunday, Jan. 30, 1994, at her home. Mrs. Brown was a homemaker. Services will be held 2 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 2, at the Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Mr. Marion Ellis will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the chapel today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m: Mrs. Brown was born July 18, 1921, in Owosso, the daughter of Fred and Alma Voss. She attended I Owosso schools and had resided,most of her life in Owosso. Survivors include: four sons, F. Thomas (Anita) Brown of Owosso, Howard L. (Penelope) Brown.of Owosso, William (Connit7) Brown of Durand, Russell A. (Laurie) Brown of Corunna; one daughter, Phyllis A. Celenka of Tampa, Fla.; 17 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Mrs. Brown was predeceased by two brothers.

22 Owosso Argus-press 21 William E. Brown Thomas Russell Brown Age 72, of Corunna, died Mon- Age 74, of 2953 E. HQ+lghton day, pe~. 26, 1994, at Hurley Medi- Lake Rd., Houghton Lake, Mich., cal Center, flint. died Sunday, June 12, 1994, at his Mr. Brown was a retired manufac- residence. turer's representative, representing Mr. Brown was retired from Blue the mobile home industry in Elkhart, Arrow Douglas Tmcking in 1977, Ind. He served in the U.S. Army Air after 32 years of service. Corps during World War II and was Services will be held at Nelson-, a member of the 390th Bomb Group House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Veterans Association and of Cor- Wednesday, June 15 at 2 p.m. Pastor urina Post 4005 of the Veterans of Mark Miller will officiate with bur Foreign Wars. ial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, A memorial service formr. 'Owosso. Visitation will be at the Brown will be held Wednesday at 11 funeral home on Wednesday, June a.m. at SI11ith Funeral Homes, Kribs 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Chapel, Comnna, with the Rev. Fr. Mr. Brown was born in Bancroft Robert Kolenski and Rev.' Charles, on. May 17, 1920, the son of Julius Chandler officiating. Burial will fol-: E. and Mary (Elwood) Brown. He low in Pine Tree Cemetery, Cor- had resided in Owosso until he unna. Visitation has been set for to- moved to Houghton Lake in day, 7 to 9 p.m., at the funeral home. He was a life member of the The family suggests memorials to D.A.V. in Houghton Lake and Higthe Comnna Public Schools Educa- gins Lake and the American Legion tional Fund. in Sf. Helen, Mich. He had served Mr. Brown was born in Owosso with the U.S. Army during World on Jan. 3 J, 1922, the son of George War II. A. and Irene M. (Fitzpatrick) Brown. Survivors include: his wife, Max He graduated from Corunna High ine; four sons, F. Tom (Anita) School with the class of He Brown of Owosso, Howard (Penny) lived most of his life in the Comnna Brown of Owosso, William (Connie.) area. Brown of Durand, Russell (Laurie) He and Margaret E. Collins were Brown of Comnna~ one daughter, married in Owosso Oct. 14, Mrs. Tony (Phyllis) Zelenka of Ru- He ~as a I11ember of St. P~lfl:S. skin, Fla.; two sisters, Elsa Weston Catholic Church, Owosso, and'also of Waterford and Viola Allen,of belonged to the Owosso Country: Cadillac; one brother, William E. Club. Brown of St. Helen; two stepsons, Mr. Brown is survived by his Leston Schwartz of st. Johns and 'wife, Margaret; two sons, William James Schwartz of Pennsgrove, N.J.; 'C. and Jayne Brown of Owosso and ~Iso 17 grandchildren. Joseph P. and Mary Kay Brown of Memorials may be made to Hos- Overland Park, Kan.; three grand- pice of Roscommon County. I children, William, Patrick and EIi : zabeth Irene; and two brothers, Allan I Brown of Florida and Leo Brown of Gladwin, Mich. He was predeceased., by his parents and <l brothe~,r~\jert. Gertrude C. Brown I Age 84, of Owosso died Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1994, at the Durand Convalescent Center. There is to be no visitation 'or funeral service at this time. A memorial service will be announced later. The family is being served by the Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, 302 W. Corunna Ave., Corunna. George M. Brown Age 72, of Laingsburg, die'd Tuesday mol'ning, Sept. 20, 1994, at his residence. Complete funeral anangements will be announced later by the Nelson House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg. M. F. "Mutz" Brueckner Age 74, of Orlando, Fla. died Sunday morning, Jan. 23, 1994, at his home du~ to complications from Parkinson's Disease. Mr. Brueckner was a former partner in La-Z-Boy Chair Co. and Woodard' Furniture serving as vice president of sales and marketing. Services will be held Wednesday, i Jan. 26, 2 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church, Chelsea. Officiating will by. Rev. Mark Weiraugh, Rev. Theodore Brue.ckner and Paul Brueckner. Burial. will be in Zion Church Cemetery, Ch~lsea. Visitation win be Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Staff an - Mitchell Funeral Home, 124 Park St., Chelsea. Memorials are suggested to the American Parkinson's Association or the Hospice of choice.. Carleton F. Brown Age 84, of Cork Rd., Morrice died Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Brown worked at Michigan State for 11 years and was a full time farmer. Services will be held Saturday, I Dec. 10 at I p.m;at the Morrice I United Methodist Church: The Rev. John Schneider will officiate with burial in Glass River Cemetery. Friends may call at the Nelson House Funeral Homes, LaRowe; Chapel, Perry today 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.' with the family being present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Satur7 day at the church 1 hour prior to: service. There will be an Oddfellows ' service 7 p.m. this evening at the chapel. Mr. Brown was born in Morrice, Mich. on Jan. 15, 1910, the son of Frederick W. and Pearl (Waters) Brown. He graduated from Morrice Schools and had resided in the Morrice area most of his life. On March 23, 1935, he and Irene Lucille Scribner were married in Flint. Mr. Brown was a member of the Morrice United Methodist Church, a member of the Odd fellows and Perry Rebekah Lodge. Survivors include: his wife, Irene; one son, Deryl W. (Bertha); one daughter, Cheryl E. (Roy) Lewis;' grandchildren, James E., Steven E., Craig R. and Gwendolyn E. Lewis, Michael and Fred Brown and Sheila Sawvel; four great-grandchildren; one niece and two nephews. Me Brown was predeceased by one brother, Donald W. Brown. Memorials are suggested to the. Morrice United Methodist Church.

23 22 Owosso Argus-press Hi/if",,;: "L, 1,9 ltown"",c Amy L. Bowen JU~ge23, ~1 ~:):i;);~k~k({ii!~ De~.g~ ;'4{ 9~~~~~r~~:';~~~n~a~~~~~~ industrial \a~m~~ lescent Center. Spit.,.,;;,,:t p Ms. Bowen was a domestic He was born Ji~y~;'t:lr,,~~ worker. Saginaw. After rti(jvi~g laska Services will be held at the and settling in Wasill#, " nt to Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel Homer in 1986 where Iidlbuilt a Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 21 at home and was the co-owne'f of Pa. 1 :30 p.m. Pastor Cal Emerson will chic International Marine. officiate with burial in Coleman "Gary loved Alaska; its inountains C~ment~r~,. Warren Township, its waters, and its spirit of individu" Mich., VIsitation will be Tuesday alism," friends said. "In the 18 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. years that pary lived in 'Alaska he Ms. Bowen was born in Lenawee touched and became a part of more County, Mich. on Feb. 18, 1900, the lives than he'll ever, know. Gary was daughter of Walter and Edna (Wotra generous 'and giving friend and ing) Wilt. She had attended Isabella will be missed by all," they said. and Midland County schools and He is survived by his mother, graduated from Coleman High Lois Brown of Flint; a brother Craig School. She had moved to Owosso, Jerry J. Buckley Brown of Vernon; and an extended in 1954, coming from Spokane,,"family of relatives and loving Wash. She had resided in Durand, friends. the last 8 years., Age 64, of 73 I Jerome St., He was predeceased by his father, Ms. Bowen loved African violets. Owosso' died Wednesday, Jan. 5, Le~ Richard Brown and a brother, Survivors include: her'sister, Ethel 1994, at I the Memorial Healthcare KeIth Brown. Green of Chelsea; one niece in Eng- Center, Owosso. ' Services were held Saturday, July,land and one nephew in California' Mr. Buckley worked as a general 2, 1994 at the Homer United several cousins' and close 'friends. '!contractor. Metho?ist Church i~ Alas~a.,Ms. Bowen was predeceased by Tne funeral mass will be cele- ' In heu of flowers, donations may her parents, two sisters and two brated at St. Paul's Catholic Church" be made to the Gary Brown Memor- brother~. Owosso on Saturday at 10 a.m. Fr. I ia~ Fund at National Bankof Alaska Memorials may be made to the Robert D. KOlenski will officiate: or the charity of one's choice. Durand Convalescent Center. with,burial in Sf. Paul's Cemetery. For further information call Sharp' Funeral arrangements by Friends may call at the Nels()n- Funeral Homes, Miller Road Chapel, Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel,,House Funeral Homes, dwosso to-i Owosso. )d!ty 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to: '~"V':'."' ;9 p.m. A Rosary will be prayed! Margaret Burns IFriday at 7 p.m.,. Buchan I Mr. Buckley was born in Swartz." :Creek on A,pril 12, 1929: the son of Age 67\ ~f 1404 Whitehaven Ct.,',Tom and Barbara (Dick) Buckley Owosso, died Tuesday, Aug. 9,. He attended St. Paul High Schooi,1994, at the McLaren Hospital,,and resided al1 his life in Owosso.'!Flint.,\, Mr. Buckley was,a member of the Mrs,. Buchan was a homemaker. St. Paul's Catholic Church, Owosso Services were held at NelsoniMarine Corp League and the House Funeral Homes, Owosso on IOWOSSO Knights of Columbus Sunday, Aug. 14. Pastor Don Ga '! Mr., Buckley served in the' U.S.lardi officiated. with burial in Crest :Marines during the Korean War.,wood MemOrIal Gardens, Grand Survivors include: two daughters, Blanc..!Mr~. Dan (Brenda) DeVeau of Mrs. Buchan was born m Freser-,Grand Haven, Cynthia Buckley of burgh, Scotland on Sept. 10, 1926,: " Austin, Texas; three sons, Jerry Jr.,the daughter of James and Catherine 0Lwo~sO and MS' DahrlenefSWalmah~ S of,of Los Angeles, David (Susan),(B~ms) Taylo~. She came to the. ansmg; a son, tep en o. as 1Og Buckley of Novi Richard (Darl ) Untted States m 1953 and had re-; ton; two grandsons, DaVid and An-, ene 'd d. d Ch rt' '. M J. Buckley of Holland; seven grand- SI e 10 Owosso for the past> 6 years.,rew a ler; a Sister, s. essie ;children; five sisters"mrs. Ann Kral On June 12, 1947,. sh~ and David Taylor of Toronto, Canada; four, >of Flint; Mrs. Rudy (Loretta) Rampe S. Buc~an w~re married m Scotland. brothers, James and Peter, both of; ~of Owosso, Mrs. Agnes Warzella of SurvIvors.mclude: two dau~hte~s, Scotland, Rob.ert of Toronto and Warrell, Mrs. Gil (Mary Ellen) Mur- Mrs. Cathenne (Larry) ChartIer of Gordon o~ Ohto.,v:::;:,,phy ()f Camp Connell, Calif., Mrs.',. _._,..., _ She was. predeceased'py her hus-.tje~ (Barbara) LeMeiux of Gross' Mr. Buckley W~s predeceased by. band, Da~ld and a brother, John. i Pomte Woods' two brothers To f two daughters, Lmda and Mar h. MemOrIals are suggested to the,..', m 0 'on M' h '. sa, S 1 f A : Washington Joe (Betty) of Royall, e son, IC ael and two brothers a va Ion rmy.. 'Oak; many' nieces and nephews. j Pa~and ~ohn. ', V'I' em tor DIals are suggested to St.' ; ncen. e~aul Society..

24 23 Donald A. "Bud" Burman Jr. Age 61, Qf OWQssodied Monday, Jan. 3, 1994, at his hqme. Mr. Burman was retired from the Navy after 20 years of service. He was also' a carpenter.. Services. will be held Thursday, Jan. 6, 1 p.m. at the Corunna Free MethQdist Church. The Rev. RQbert, will Qffidate with burial in. Hillcrest MemQrial Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call today 9 a.m. to' 9 p.m. with the family being present 2 to' 4 p.m. and 7 to' 9 p.m. lat the Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, CQrunna. Mr. Burman was born in OWQSSQ on Jan. 16, 1932, the SQn Qf Donald ~~~~~$2klC;.. ZJ2~! and Luella (Crowder) Bunnan. He Anna Buginsky attended OWQSSO High SchoQI and Age 77, Qf LermQn, died Saturday had resided most of his life in the Leona Josephine 'May. 14, 1994, at McLaren Regiona: Owosso area.. Medical Center, Flint.. On June 1, 1984, he and Diana Mrs. Buginsky was ahomemtlkel Lynn DeBar were married in Cor-. Buehler Age 81, of Allendale Ave., on the family farm.. unna. He was a member of the. Owosso died Thursday, May 5, Services will be held at Snlith Corunna Free Methodist Church and. 1994, at the'memorial Healthcare Funeral HQmes, Kribs Chapel, Cor- a member Qf the Cerunna V.F.W., Center, Owesso. unna on Wednesday, May 18 at II Post IM, ', Mrs. Buehler werked at Autelite a.m. The. Rev. Fr. David Fisher will Survlvers mclude: his wife, Diana ;and then was a boekkeeperat Julie officiate with burial in Sf. Mary's Lynn Bunnall of OWQSS~;. two' sons, K retiring in Cemetery, Cerunna. A Resary will IJ~nald ~. Burman IV of Owosso,, The Funeral Mass will be cele- b~ ~ra~ed Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. MIchael Burman Qf Durand; step.brated at st. JQseph Catholic VISitatIon will be today and Tuesday mother, Peggy ~U~11lan of C?runna; Church, OWQsse on Saturday, May fr~m2 to' 9 p.m. with the family.one brother, WIlham,Shen) B~r- 7, 10 a.m. Fr.. David Fisher will bell1g present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 m~n ef OwessQ; three SIsters, Velva l offi~iate with burial in Hillcrest Me- to' 9 p.m.. (Richard) Inman ef Cerunna, Janet mert?l Gardens. '. Mrs. Buginsky was born in Hazel- <<?harles),wright ef Coru~na,.Bon- i Frtends may call at the Nelsen- ten Tewnship, Mich. en Jan.' 13,me Mason Qf Owesse; many llie.ces, House Funeral Hemes, Owosso te- 1917, the daughter of Martin and. nephews, aunts and uncles. : dar 2 to' 9 p.m. with the, family' Ka!erina (Kaperik) Kuchar. She had'. Mr. Bumlan was predeceased byl bemg present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to' 9 'Ireslded most of her life in the Len- his paren~s and grandparents. ',p.m;. The rosary will be prayed this non area.., 'I.Memonals m~y be made to' the i evenmg,.7 p.m., at the funeral home. On Nov. 11,1939, she and Steve. Kidney Fo~ndat.lOn.. i ~rs. Buehler was born in ToledO', Buginsky were married at Sf. Jeseph ~he famtly IS bemg.served by! Ohm en F~b. 6, 19l3, the daughter: Catholic Chl.!rch.. Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel,! of Albert and.am~lia (St. JQhn) Mrs~ Buginsky was a member of 302 W. Corunna Ave.. CQru~na. Lenz. She had resldedm OWQssosince. the Farm Bureau, Durand Senior. her chilphood.. Citi~ens, Shiawassee Agricultural On Nov. 3,' 1930, she and Harry Soc~ety, Durand Center Swinging ~uehler Sr. were married in Bowl- Se?lOrs Band and the Venice Tewnmg Gree~, Ohio. He died in ship Homemakers Extension Club. She was a member of the St. i Survivers include: her husband, Joseph. Cathelic Church.. ;Steve Buginsky Qf Lennon; two SurvIvors include: two daughters, p~ughters, Rosemary (Gordon) Jen Mrs. Walter (Joan) Smith and Helen mn s ef Vernon and Kathryn Marr~h both of Owosso; one sen, :(Kelth) Taylor of Lennon; one son, Harry Jr. of Corunna; 12grandchil- Gerald (Mary) Buginskyof Lennon; dren a?d 16 great-grandchildren;, :t~ree grandchildren, Cassandra (Dathree Sisters, Mrs. Eugenia Francis mel) Walker llf. Findley, Ohio ef Owosso, Mrs. Nita Bruckman ef,aaron (Virginia) Chandler of BiIox{ Grand Rapids, Mrs. Virginia Loomis Miss.. and Eric Chandler of Lennon; of Durand; one brother, Charles itwo Sisters, Mary Ocenasekof Ark-,Lenz of OC1).la, Fla,; many nieces' 'ansas and Betty (Leonard) Walter of,and nephews.. '~Qrunna; two' brothers,henry (Max- Mrs. Buehler. was predeceased by! me) Kuch~r ef CQrunna.and Tony a daughter, Al1Ita. (Velma) Kuchar Qf Corunna.. Memerials are suggested to the.' st. Joseph Catholic Church. 'Mrs b.. h' B ugms.. k y was predeceased : Y, ~r parents, one. sister, Agnes Hawkms.and.one brother, Jeseph.. I Memonals may be made to D :and SeniQr Center. ur-

25 24 Alice R. Butcher Age 76, of 4988 E. Juddville Rd., Owosso, died Thursday, Feb. 24,: 1994, at the University of Michigan Hospital, AIIIl Arbor. Mrs. Butcher held secretarial positions at the Salvation Army and the Shiawassee County Farm Bureau. Owosso Argus-press Wanda Arlene Buta Age 78, of S. Street, Lennon died Saturday, Jan. 15, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Buta was a housewife. Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Durand on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at I p.m. Pastor. Randell Fuson will officiate with iburial in Yerian Cemetery. The fanl-. ily will be present to receive friends at the funm'al home today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Buta was hom in Venice. Township on May 8, 1915; the daughter of William and Nellie (Hathon) Benear. She resided most of her life in the Durand and Lennon areas. She was married to George Buta who predeceased her in Survivors include: one brother, Wendell of Durand; two sisters, Celia Summers of Durand, Phillis Seberneck of Houghton Lake; nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made~o RY A. Betty A. Case Services will be held at Owosso. First Free Methodist Church on Age 57, of Frankenmuth and for Monday, Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. Pastor' merly of Owosso died Tuesday, Oct. Brian Sheen and The Rev. John )1; 1994, at the Fral;1kenmuth Con Eckelbarger will offiyiate with bur-. valescent Hon~e.. ial in West Haven Cemetery. Visita- i Miss Case was a homemaker; tion will be at Nelson-House Funeral' A memorial service will be held Homes, Owosso today from 2 to 9 at the Frankenmuth Convalescent p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. t09 Home' on Friday, Oct. 14,at 2 p.m. p.m. The Rev. Don. Stanton will officiate Mrs. Butcher was born in Bridge-, with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. port, Mich. on April 13, 1917, the I There will be no viewing or daughter of David E. and Alice (Da-. visitation. i vidson) Ellis. She graduated from i Memorials are suggested to the I Clio High School.,donor's choice.. On Feb. 12, 1943, she 'and Gerald. Miss Case 'Yasborn in Owosso, Ward Butcher were married in Cor-Mich. on Nov. 24, 1936, the unna. He died Aug. 19, :daughter of Clinton. and Theo (Erad Mrs. Butcher was affiliated with ;ley) Case. She had resided nl0~t of the First Free Methodist Church of, :her life in the Owosso and Frankel1- [Owosso and the.womens' Ministries' muth areas.. " dnternational. She was a 4-H leader: Survivors.include: her brother, iin Shiawassee County for 16 years I 'Burton Case of Ovid; two step" and also worked with the Wesleyan brothers, Wayne (Jody) Purves of! Church. She was an Argus-Press Owosso, James Purves of Fenton;. correspondent for over 50 years. several aunts, uncles, nieces, ne~, Survivors include: two sons and'phe»,kgreat"nieces and great- their wives, David and Marilee. nephews. Butcher of Corunna and Charles and Arrangements by Houghton Sharon Butcher of Owosso; two Chapel, Osgood Funeral Homes, daughters, Mrs. David. (Jeanne) Ott Ovid.. of Ovid and Mrs. Bruce (Marjorie) : Westerlund of Owosso; J4 grand-. children, Heather and Cory Ott,. Bradley, Benjamin, David II, Jef-: fr~y, Thomas and Emily Butcher'~Ellis of East Lansing and Jack (Lor MIchelle, Teressa, Rellae Butcher!! raine) Ellis of Durand. and Marcus II, Marlena, Meredi~h!' Mrs. Butcher was p;edeceased by Westerlund; two,others, Dr. DaVId two brothers, Lippert and William.,Willard Carpenter Age 75, of Owosso, died this morning, Monday, Dec. 12, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Carpenter had worked for Wyatt Coal Company in West Virginia for 15 years.. Services will be held at Jennings Lyons Funenil Chapel, Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 11 a.m. The Rev. Nyle Ruppert will of(iciate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Carpenter was born in Elk Ridge, W. Va. on May 31, 1919, the. son of Mark C. and Hazel (Enicks) Carpenter. He had attended West Virginia schools and had been an Owosso resident since 1956, coming here from West Virginia; On April 27, 1948, he and Christine Carroll were married in West Viriginia. Mr. Carpenter had served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was affiliated with the Lennol} Wesleyan Church and was a member of the Owosso V.F.W.Post Survivors include: his wife, Christine Carpenter of Owosso; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Terry) Svarc of Durand; son, Jess Carpenter II of Owosso; two grandchildren, Scott and Michael Svarc; three step-grandchildren, Ron and Cheryl Rozell of Lennon, Doug Svarc of San Diego, Calif. and Daren Svarc of Flint; two stepgreatgrandchildren, Cody and Samantha Rozell; sister, Mrs. Joseph (Ruth) Coppersmith of Ft. Charlotte, Fla.; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Carpenter was predeceased by his parents and one brother, Hildreth. Memorials Inay be made to Boy Scou,ts Troup #88 of Lennon or Cub Scout Pack #387 of Lennon. Funeral arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Chapel, Owosso. Delbert Cleveland Age 61 of Owosso died Thur.sday, Dec. 8,' 1994, at McLaren' HospitaJ; Flint.. Mr.. Cleveland was a brick mason and a veteran of the Korean War, Funeral services were held at Corey Funeral Home, Evart on Monday, Dec; 12.

26 Owosso Argus-press Lois A. Campbell Anne Campbell Age 54, of Morrice?ie? Monda~" Age 56, of Byron, died Saturday; March 2~, 1994, at Michigan Cap.I- IJune 18, 1994 at McLaren Regional tol Medical Center, Pennsylvama 'Medical Center in Flint. Campus, Lansing.. Services will be held at the Stree- Mrs. Campbell was a homemaker ter Funeral Home, Byron, at 11 a.m. and had worked the last three years Monday, June 20, The Rev. at Perry Pump & Shop. :Michael Kingsley will officiate. Services wi~1 be held, at t?e St., Burial will be at Byron Cemetery. Mary's CatholIc Church, MOrrIce on The family will receive visitors at Wednesday, March 30, II a.m. Fr. the funeral home today from 4 p.m., Matthew Fedewa will officiate with t08 p.m. bu.rial in Roselawn Cemetery. Mrs. Campbell was born in: Frtends may call at the Nelson- McGuffie, Ohio April 19, 1938,' the House Funeral Homes, LaRowe daughter of Worth and Ethel (Puck Chapel, Perry today 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ett) Stapleton. She resided in the Byand Wednesday until time of ser- ron area since August of 1972 when v~ce. T~ere wil~ be a Scripture ser- she moved to Byron from Ho~ell. vice this evenmg, 7 p.m., at the She married Chris Campbell in funeral home. Gregory, Mich. on March 5, George T. Campbell. Mrs. ~ampbeu was born in Mor- Mrs. Campbell had worked as a Age 70, of Owosso, passed away nce, Mich. on June 3, 1939, the care aide for the Department of Friday morning, April 22, 1994, at daughter of Frank and Arlene Health State of Michigan retiring in. Memorial Healthcare Center, (Youngs) Spencer. She graduated 1983.'., Owosso. from Morrice schools and had re- Survivors include: two daughters, Mr. Campbell was publisher of sided most of her life in Morrice. Terri and husband Miles House of The Argus-Press for the past 20" On May 15, 1982, s~e a?d Fred~ickByron and Ms. Cindy Campbell of years assuming the position upon the, Campbell were maffled m MOrrIce.IByron; two sons, Matthew and wife death of his falher, J. Evens Mrs. Campbell loved collecting Dawn Campbell of Byron and Glen Campbell., dolls.! Campbell of Byron; seven grandchil- Cremation has taken place. There, Su~vivors include: her husband"dren, Heather,,' Ryan, Jamie, Chrissy, will be no visitation or service. ' Fredrick; three sons, Spencer (Rose),Lori, Andrew and Mandy; five sis- ; Mr. Campbell Was born May 14,J Baley of MOll'ice, Christopher Baley [ters; two brothers; and several. 1923, the son of John Evens and! of Clarkston,and Jerry Baley of inieces, nephews and cousins. ' Louise (Osmer) Campbell. He gra- i Durand; three stepsons, Melvin, I Mrs. Campbell was preceded in duated from Owosso HighScboolin I Fredrick II ~nd Pa~II; three ~tep- death by her parents and three 1941 and attended University of Mi-! daughters, Diane, Lisa and Ctndy; brothers. chigan for two years.before. going! 16 granqchildren; four sisters, Patri- Memorials are suggested to either I into the U.S. Army Air Corps during, cia, Rosemary, Margaret and the Byron Band Boosters or the By- World War II. He was a. life long i Frances.., ron Sports Boosters. Owosso resident. I Mrs. Campbell was predeceased: He and Mary Alice Cheney were!by her parents and a brother, Leroy. 'married in Owosso, June 27, i 952. I Memorials are suggested to the, Slirvivors include: his wife, Mary!Morrice Lions Club. ;Alice; a son Thomas E. (Catherine) r Brent William Campbell of Owosso; a, daughter, I C ' Mary Evens Ferguson; three,grand-; ampbeu children, Amanda Maria and Evan I Age 55, of Lennon died Wedncs- ' Thonlas Campbell, and Curt Fergu-?ay, Oct.,5, 1994, at 'McLaren Reg~" son;,a brother, Bruce (Judy) Camp- :lonal Hospital, Flint.' i bell of Pearl Beach, Mich; a riiece Mr. Campbell wa~a tnick driver :and a nephew; aunt and uncle, and. a salesman of sporting goods. ',George W. and Louise Campbell of Funeral services' will be held at Owosso; also several cousins. Nelson-House 'Funeral Homes Dur- Memorials may bemadc to the and on Saturday, Oct. 8, 11 a.~l. The Memorial Healthcare Center, Criti- irev. Erwin A. Self will officiate. The 'cal Care Unit, 826 W.. King St:, family,will receive friel~ds 3 to 5 p.m. Survivors include: his wile; one : Owosso or the Shiawassee HUI11~ne and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. : son, J. B. Campbell of Sterling Society., Mr. Campbell was born in Rigby' Heights; a daughter, Mrs. Michael Arrangements' by Jennings-Lyons'Idaho on M<lfch 4, [939, the son of' (Donna Macie) Moran of'madison I Funeral Chapel, Owosso. v:'yatt William Campbell and Gene: Heights; three stepchildreil, Mrs. Vleve Rose Ferrier. He had resided i Robeli (Deborah) Holbeck of Davi \11ostof his life in. Califoi'nia..,son,Donna Jean Stadler of Madison I On Nov. 28: I ~84, he and Inez Big- ; H:ights, Dolores' ~lien Stadlcr of, ger were marn,ed 111 East Tawas, Mich. 'Fhnt; seven grandchildren and one sis, He was all avid fisherman and ler, Mrs. William(Marlene) LeWin of hunter.,las Vegas, Nev.

27 26 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Cameron J~ Carruthers Ver~ Cannon Wayne R. Carr,Age 82, of Ovid died Thursday, Age 91, of Bancroft, passed aw~y 'July 21, 1994, at the Ovid Health- Monday morning, May 23,' 1994; III care Center ~id. Owosso. Mrs.. Ca~no was a homemaker. Mr. Carr was a farmer all his life., Graveside se vices will be held at Services will be held at Love' a later date at Maple Grove Cemet-! Funeral Home, Bancro~t, T~ursdar, ery, Ovid.. May 26, at II a.m. Bunal wtll be Ill Mrs. Cannolit was born in Eureka, Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. The Mich. on 'Jan. 12, 1912, the daughter Rev. Rob<-rt H. Zimmerman will ofof Irving and Ida (Hubbard) Dem- ficiate. The family will receive mingo She graduated from Elsie friends today and Wednesday, 2 to 4 Hig.h School.,p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. In 1932 she and Erwin Cannon Mr. Carr was born III Owosso, were united in marriage. June 19, 1902, the son of DeWitt Mrs. Cannon had resided in' the and Rose (Horn) Carr. He attended Ovid area most of her life and was a schools in' Bancroft and was a lifemember of Carland United Method- long resident in the area. He and. ist Church. Beatrice M. Thayer were married in'. Survivors include: her husband, Owosso June 12, She passed Erwin Cannon of Ovid; two sons, away April 17, LeRoy and Sh;lron Cannon of Ovid, Survivors.include: four. sons, Gerald and Shirley Cannon of Ovid; Duane and WIfe Evelyn Carr, Roy one granddaughter, Donna and Dale Carr, and Gerald "Jerry" and wife Schafer of St. Johns; two grandsons, Dolores Carr, all of Morrice, Nor David 'lnd Cindy Cannon of St. man and wife B,arbara Carr of Johns; Jeff and Tracy Cannon of Owosso; 13 grandchildren; 25 great- Age 91, of East Lansing and for- La i n g s bur g ; two g rea t - grandchildren; three great-greatmerly of Bancroft, died Friday, Sept. I grandchildren; two sisters, Arlene Ir-' grandchildren; two' sisters, He~en 2, 1994, at Buxcham Hills 'Health rer of St. Johns, Joyce and Cecil :Kolarik of. Bancroft and LucIlle Center, EastL-ansing. Pugh of Elsie; one brother, Leo and : Stelter of Owosso; also a special Active in a v.ariety or organiza- Pug Demming of Carland. ':friend, Edna Goward of Owosso. Hons and businesses in Shiawassee ' Mrs. Cannon was predeceased by. L--ucl II ~ Isabel Carr County~ M~. Ca,:ruthei's '01"hed and. her parents. '" operated the.carruthers family cen- Memorials can be made to the Age 62, of Morrice, passed away tennial. poultry and dairy f!,trrn near Carland United Methodist Church. this morning, April 14, t994, at Bancroft until he retired'.!twas a. The family is being served by Memorial' Healthcare Center, farm on which,six generations of the I Smith Funeral Homes, 221 E. Main Owosso. Carruthers family lived lillti/.. it was St., Elsie. Mrs. Carr was a homemaker. sold.. Services will be held at Love A private fajl11lyservice for Mr. Funeral Home, Bancroft, Saturday, Carruthers will be held at a 'later April 16, at 1:30 p.m. Buri;ll wiube date. The ratnily sugge,stsnlen]orial in Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. The contributions toa charity. of the db- 'Rev. Robert. Zimmerman will officinor's ch'oice'".'. ate. The family will receive friends Mr. Catruthers was born.inshia- this evening at the funeral home, 7 wassee to\vnship Sept. 25;.1902, the Chemical Bank-Key State) and 30.to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and son of.1ohnand Ethel.(Rippey) years as a tr\lstee. on the board of 7 to 9 p.m. Carntthers-., "'" The Memorial Hospital, (now Me-' Mrs. Carr was born in Bancroft, He gratluatea from.michigan morial Healthcare Ceriter);Owosso. June , the daughter of Wil- Agricultur&lColIege (n9w Michigan. A member of the Masonic frater- lard and Alice (Hemenway) Martin. State UniVersity) in 1923 and lived. nity, he was also amen1ber of the She :.attended schools in' Bancroft, and worked inshiawassee County.Owosso Rotary Clllb for 60 years.. Durand, and Byron. She resided for 86 yeats beforenwving to tlfe" Mr. Carruthers is survived by his most of her life in Bancroft and Lansing area six ye'lrs ago. '.. ' wife, Barbar~, of East Lansing; a Morrice. She and Roy R. Carr were He and Barbara P\line were (nar- son, John C. Carruthers and his wife, married in Perry, June 24, ried Aug. 7; i937, auhe Pal~~ f~in" Ruth, or Coral Gables, Fla.; three Survivors include: her husband, i1y residence in Vernon Township. daughters, Mary C. West and her Roy; three sons, Keith Carr of Ban- Active 'in the agriculturalc'om~ husband, Kenneth, or East Lansing, croft, Gary Carr and Larry Carr both munity, inci~ding membership in the Ann L. Detieff and her husband, Jay, of Morrice; a daughter Karen Va~ Farm Bureau, and in addition, to, of Jacksonville, Fla., and Camilla J. ricka of Morrice; seven grandclulfarming, Mr.. Carruthers sold rural Zawacki and her husband, David, of dren' a great-grandchild; '.' three properties for Ol11er Realty (now Re- Grand Rapids; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Kenneth Martin of Mor Max) of Owosso for 20 years. great-grandsons; a sisler, Jean GiI- rice, Robert Martin of Corunna, He served for 30 years as a l11el11- bert, of Okemos; and a nephew, Gordon Martin of Owosso. ber of the board of directors of The. Bruce Carruthers and his wife, She was predeceased by her pa- State Savings Bank of' Owosso (now Claire, of East Lansing. rents and a sister.

28 Owosso Argus-press VeraA. Carland Laura D. Caron. Age 88, of 300 E. North St., Owosso, died Tuesday,' May 3, Age 91, of Owosso, died Monday, 1994, at her residence. Aug. 29, 1994, at the Shiawassee Mrs. Carland was a s'chool teacher County Medical Care Facility. and music instructor in her early. Mrs. Caron was a homemaker. years and then was a homemaker. Funeral mass will be celebrated at Services will be held at Nelson- St. Paul Catholic Church, Owosso House Funeral Homes, Owosso ori on Wednesday, Aug. 31 at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 7 at '12 noon. Dr. Hal The Fr. Robert D. Kolenski will Oliver will officiate with burial in officiate with burial in St. Paul,Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. The Cemetery. Visitation will be at. family will receive friends Friday Nelson-House Funeral Homes,, evening from 7 to 9 p.m;. Owosso today from 2 to 5 p.m. and Mrs. Carlimd was born indekalb, 7 to 9 p.m. A rosary will be prayed III. on March 9, 1906, the daughter this evening at 7 p.m. of Lee and Minnie Johnson. She Mrs. Caron was born in Hull graduated from DeKalb}ligh School Quebec, Canada on June 1, 1903, in 1923 and then from the Univer- the daughter of Israel and Mary sity of Michigan School of Music in (Laroque) Joanette.,1928. She was an accomplished vio- On Dec. 27,1928, she and Lucien linist and, played with the University Caron were married in Detroit. She 'of Michigan symphony. She was a was a member of' St. Paul Catholic Angel Carsten person who loved music. She had Church. resided in the Owosso area for the Survivors include: her husband, Age 11 'months, of Manton, Mich. past 50 years. Lucien; two daughters, Mrs. Ivan died Sunday morning, Dec. 11, On July 16,1934, she and Judge (Jacqueline Kelly) Tinklepaugh of 1994, at the Cadillac Mercy Michael Carland were married in Owosso and Mrs. Dale (Lorraine) Hospital. 'DeKalb. He died in' Constine of Ovid; nine grandchil- Services will b~ held at' the I Mrs. Carland was affiliated with dren, Mike (Monica) Constine, Mark Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel; the First. CongregaiionalUnited Constine, Rod (Nicky) Constine, all Owosso on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 2 Church of Christ. She was very ac" of Owosso, Renee (Doug) Janes of p.m. Pastors Dan Turos and Gordon tive in her church, belonging to vari_haslett, Russell Constine of New Wood will officiate. Burial will be ous organizations and was a merilber,york City, Caron (Keith) Seward of in o,ak Hill C~lnetery, Owosso. Vis-, of the Study Club and the Current Perry, David (Kathy) Kelly of itation will be today from 7 to 9! Topic Club. ' Owosso, Debbie, (Dan) Ritter of p.m. and Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m.! Survivors include: three daught-, Owosso and Shawn Kelly of East and 7 to 9 p.m., ers, Mrs; Ann Reynolds of. Grand' Lansing and 14 great-grandchildren. Angel was born in Cadillac on',rapids, Mrs. Pat Burke of River Mrs.. Caron was predeceased by Jan. 7, 1994, the daughter of James,Forest, Ill. and Mrs. Mary (Gary) her parents, four brothers and four and Geri (Turner) Carsten of Barrett of Lansing; six grandchil~ sisters. Manton. dren, Michael (Anna Marie) Keras-. Memorials may be made to St. Survivors include: her parents, tas,susan (John) McKeown, Sean 'Paul Catholic Church Of Shiawassee James and Ged Carsten; one 'Burke, Mary (Jose) Tobias, Steven County Medical Care Facility. brother, Nicholas; grandparents, Sue Barrett and Julie Barrett; four great- Hofacker of Owosso, Geralq Turner grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Heof Perry, Kenneth and Wavia Car- i len Ste'nstron of Wyndward, Mass. sten of Corunna; great-grandparents, Mrs. Carland was. predeceased by Edna Turner of Owosso and Lyle three brothers. and Emma Carsten of Swartz Creek' Memorials may be made to the several aunts, uncles and cousins.' First Congregational United Church Memorials may be made to Friends of Hospice. of ~hrist. Funeral. arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.

29 28 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Margaret Elizabeth Delphine M. Charkut C II Age 66, of Owosso died Tuesday, aswe morning, April 26, 1994, at her Age 91, of Grand Rapids and residence. formerly of Corunna died Tuesday;,, Mrs. Charkutowned and operated!feb. 15, 1994, at the Greenview" Del's Styling Salon in Owosso from Manor, Grand Rapids through Previously she Mrs. Caswell was a retired school, served as a stylistlbeautician at sevteacher. eral local salons.. Services will be held Friday, Feb.', ServiCes will be held at st. Paul 18, 11 a.m., at the Smith Funeral Catholic Church, Owosso, Friday; Homes, Kribs Chapel, Corunna. The to a.m. The Rev. Fr. Robert D. Rev. Charles Husted and Rev. Elton Kolenski will officiate with burial aj Smith will officiate with burial in St. Paul Catholic Cemetery; Owosso. Pine Tree Cemetery, Corunna. 'Friends may call at the" Jennings~ Friends may call at the chapel t~~ay Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso to- 2 to 9 p.m. wit,h the family bemg day 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday.2 to 4 I)resent 2to 4 p.m: and 7 to 9 p.m. p.m. and 7to 9 p.m. TlIere WIll be a Mrs. Caswell was born in Evart, Rosary prayed 7 p.m. Thursday at 'Mich. on March 17, 1902, the, the chapel. daughter of Duncan Malcolm and i 'Mrs. Charkut was born in Ben Anton (Tony) Cech Jessie Agnew (McCallum) McLach-:! nington Township, Mich. on July 24,.,Ian. She graduated from Kalamazoo 1927,the daughter of Joseph and Age 86, of New Lothrop dred! Normal School with a lifetime Mary (Szimananovska)Charkut. ~he Tuesday evening,jan. 4, 1994, at St,; teaching certificate. graduated from Owosso HIgh Lawrence Hospital, Lansing.,On June 25, 1929, she, and The, School and was a lifelong resident Mr~ Cech retired from Universal: Rev. Wesley Redfield Caswell were of Owosso., Electric and was formerly employed: married on the family farm in Evart.,Mrs. Charkut was a member of by Woodard Furniture. He also~ He died Jan. 30, " St.Joseph Catholic Chure.h, Owosso.,broadcasted "Old Country Polka! She had resided in Corunna from 'Survivors include: a daughter, Mrs: Time" on WOAP for the past to Mrs. Caswell was a Thomas S. (Bambi) Smith" of years., member of the Delta Haven Free 'Owosso; grandchildren, Christopher Services will be held Saturday, II, Methodist Church, Lansing. C. and, Valerie A.; sisters, Lottie a.m. at the First United Methodist, Margaret has been a faithful wife" Bartz' of Owosso, Mrs. Charles Church, Owosso. The Rev. Carol,. mother friend, and servant of her' (Irene) Green of Lansing, Nettie Johns will officiate with burial in; Lord. She' is now rejoicing in His Charkut of Owosso, Mrs. Charles,Riverside, Cemetery, Hende~son. presence. " (Mel) Spickler of Owosso; brothers, Friends may call at the Jenmngs- Survivors include: two daughters, Stanley Charkut, of Owosso, Joseph Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso Lois Rolfe of Flushing, Shirley and (Olga) Charkut of Chicago, Edward where the family will be present I William Skinner of Grand Rapids; (Millie) Charkut of Arizopa, ~alter Thursday and Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and five grandchildren;' two great- Charkut of Owosso; several meces, 7 to 9 p.m. both days... grandchildren; one brother, Angus nephews and cousins., Mr.,Cech was born m Melntk, McLachlan of Lakehind, Fla.. Mrs. Cha~~vt was predeceased by Czechoslovakia on Sept. 18, Mrs. Caswell was predeceased by her parents. ',,', He came to Owosso in 1949 from her p~rents; a son:in-iaw, Richard Memorials are suggested to the Czechoslovakia.,Rolfe and one sister, Mary St.Paul Endowment Fund. On March 28, 1931, he and Stefa-McLachlan.. nie Konvicova were,,?arded, in Cze- Memorials, may, be made to the choslovakia. She died Sept., 16, i Delta Haven,FreeM()thodist Church, I, Then on March 27, 1982, he 'Lansing. "', and Anna Strbik Hudecek were mar- -. \ ri.ed in New Lothrop.., Mr. Cech was a member of the 'First United Methodist Church,,Owosso, member of the Z.C.BJ. Lodge Flint and a member of New Lothrop, Betty and Robert lvan C.S.A.' of New Lothrop; stepgrandchhdren, Survivors include: his wife, Anna; Donald, Andy and JosePh Hudecek,. one son, Oldrich (Patricia) Cecil. of Bobby Ivan, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Owosso; three grandchildren, Carl' Birkmeier, Mr. and Mrs. David 10. Cech at home, David (Tammy) Ivan; stepgreat-grandchildren, Tony Cech of Owosso, Mrs. Brian (Susan) and Amy Birkmeier, Bradley and Sanderson of Owosso; three great- Katy Ivan. grandchildren, Sarah, Anthony and Mr. Cech was predeceased by his Brian all of Owosso; one step~, first wife and his 'parents. brother Zigmund (Gwen) Karasek! In lieu of flowers the family sug. of Hot' Springs, Mk.; stepchildren" gests ~emorials to the First United Donald and Mary Jane Hudecek.of\ MethodIst Church, Owosso or the - I Alzheimer Association.

30 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Douglas W. Chase Harry LaMotteCh,ase Age 76, of Gaines died Wednes- Age 79, passed away Saturday, day, Oct. 12, 1994,at the McLaren Sept. 10, 1994, at Shiawassee Regional Hospital,Flint..' C~unty M~dical Care Facility,Cor Mr. Chase worked, at,midwest u.npa, where he" had been a patien\ Abrasive in Owosso retiring in, smce June 23, i 1973, ~fter 4~years of service. After the sale of his family busi- ServIces will be held Sunday, 2 ness, Chase Boot Shop,' he worked p.m.' at the Nelson~House Funeral I for Mitchell Corporation and he re Homes, Durand. Pastor Myra Sparks tired from Toledo Commutator in will officiate with burial in Oak ' ' wood Celnelery; Gaines. Friends I' A private graveside service was to may call at the funeral horilewhere!j,~e 'held at Oak Hill Cemetery, the family will meet friends today 7! Owoss.o, today,: Tuesday, Sept. 13, to 9 p.m.,and Saturday 3 to 5 p,m. 1994, and the Rev. Jalnes Rose was to. and.? to 9 p.m..officiate. ' Mr. Chase was born in Gaines, Mr. Chase was born in Owosso Mich. on May 6,1918, the son of March 4, 1915, the son of R.olla and George W. and Bertha Mae (She- Elsie (Smith) Chase. He graduated pard) ~hase. He had attended school from Owosso High 'School and was Winifred J. Chavey In Games and had resided most of a life long resident of Owosso. He Age 82, of Clare, died Monday: his life there.,and Celia VanTifflin were tnauied Nov. 7, 1994, at the Clare Nursing On July 2, 1938, he and Doris in Owosso, June 9, He was a )-lome, Clare, Mich. Harrison were,man'ied in Covington,,member of Bethel Evangelical Free ; Mrs. Chavey was a homemaker. Ky.,,, ' Church, Owosso,and a life member Services will be held at Jennings~ Mr. Ch~se was a veteran of World of Owoss.o Blue Lodge #81 and 'Lyons Chapel, Owosso on Saturday, War II serving in the U.S. Anny in F.&A.M.,Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. The Rev. Carol J.' the infaritry. He was, a member of. Survivors,include: his wife Celia 'Johns will officiate with burial in the V.F.W.Corunna, Post Chase of Owosso; three sons David Pirie Tree Cemetery, Corunna. Vis-, Survivors include: his wife, Doris; (Sheila) Chase of Sacramento, Ca ;itation will be Friday from 7 to 9: four children, Wayne Douglas, and Iif., Jack (Patly) Chase.of Washingp.m.,! lrutella Chase of Melb.ou~ne Shores, ton, D.C., and Tim (Janet) Chase of Mrs. Chavey was born in Milford,' Fla., Ronald Dean Chase 'ofrseattle, Houston, Texas; five grandchildren; Mich. on Sept. 19, 1912, the Wash., Mrs. Robert (Sharon Kay) a sister, Matjorie (Fred) Chaney of daughter of Edward and Elizabethi Warrani. of Port Charlotte, Fla., Marshall; several ~nieces and (Allen) Willis. She had resided most Linda Lou Juds.on of Durand; a good nephews.,.. ' '.' of her life in the Grayling and friend" Jim Judson; eight grandchil-' Memorials may be made to the 'Owosso areas. dren and five. great-grandchildren. Bethel Eyangelical Free Cll.urch,. She was married to George E. Mr. Chase was predeceased by,owosso. ' ;Chavey. He passed away in one brother and,two sisters..' She was a member of the FirsC Memorials are, suggested to the United Methodist Church, Owosso. American Diabetes Association:, Survivors include: son, Edwin G. (Rose) Chavey of Owosso; daught- Anthony "Tony" ers, Barbara J. (Gerald) Hebekeuser Chapko Jr. of Grayling and Sharon (Floyd) I. Rundell of Harrison' sister-in-law Age 70, of Owosso died Tuesday ; " '.. \. Florence Orlando of Owosso' 11 mommg, Aug. rr16, 1994, at the Hur- :g ran d chi I d r en; I 4 gr ~ at - ley Medical Cbnt~r, FI.int. 'grandchildren; several nieces and Mr. Chapko! rettred m 1987 after I Mr. Chapko was a veteran of the' nephews. 33 years of i service atjqhnsonu.s., Navy serving during World Memorials may be made to the Controls. \. War II. First United Methodist Church or Services will be held Thursday, Surviv.ors incjude: his wife, Betty the Pleasant View Auxiliary. Aug. 18, 3 p.m. at the Jennings-of Owosso;,a daughter, Sheridene Funeral arrangements by Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. The Beach of Toled.o, Ohio; tw.o sons, Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Rev.. Fr. Robert. D. Kolen~~i ~i11 Michael John Chapko of Owosso, Owosso. officiate. There Will be no vlsltahon. Anthony James Chapko III of Mio; Mr. Chapko was born Sept. 3,seven grandchildren; one great- 1923, in Chicago, Ill., the son of grandchild; a brother, James Chapko Ant.on and Josephine (Palatka) of Las Vegas, Nev.; a sister, Mrs. Chapko. He had resided most of his Earl (Margaret) Clapp.of Owosso; Gerald R. Cleland Age 80, of Ovid, died Friday, May 20, 1994, at his home. Graveside services will be Wednesday at Union Home Cemetery, Clinton County, at 10 a.m. There will be no visitation. Mr. Cleland was retired from Dar 'ling's Hardware of Ovid. The family is being served by Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. life in Owosso. several nieces and nephews. On Feb. 14, 1948, he and Betty L. Mr. Chapko was predeceased by Fenrich were mauied in Angola" tw() brothers, Joseph. and Edward Ind. "J1nd his parents. Mr. Chapko was a life inember of, Memorials may be made to thei the Chesaning V.F.W. and a mem- American Diabetes Foundation. ; ber. of the Eagles Aerie #851; Arrangements by the Jennings:: Owosso., Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. 29

31 30 Owosso Argus-press 1994,Barbara A. Chesler Helen Jean Chrisinske Harry Church Ag~ 59, of?wosso, died Tuesday Age 69, of Byron, died Friday,,mo!'tlIng, Apnl 26, 1994, at her April I, 1994, at the Michigan Capi- Age 71, of W. Britton Rd., Perry, residence.,, ' tol Medical Center, Lansing. died Wednesday, l,uly 20, 1994,at Mrs.. Chesl~r was a homemaker. The funeral for Mrs. Chrisinske Memorial Healthcare Center. Services wtll be held:at Jennings- will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Mr. Church had, been a buyer L~ons Fun~ral Chapel" Owosso on Streeter Funeral Home, Byron, with' supervisor for supemmrkets. Friday, Apnl 29 at 2 p.m. The Rev' the Rev. Robert Schoenhals officiat- Services will be held at Nelsoni Ke~net~ Her?fUcl} will officiate with ing. Burial will be in Union Plains House funeral Homes, LaRowe b!jflal m Hillcrest Memorial Gar-i Cemetery, Byron. Chapel, Perry, Saturday, July 23, dens, qwosso. Visitation will be to- t Visitation at the funeral home will 1994, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Michael day from 7 to 9 p:m. and ThursdaY,1 be Monday from 6:30-9 p.m. ~ Black will officiate. Burial will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and, 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions are sug- in Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation at Mrs. Chesler was born in Owosso gested to the Byron Elementary the chapel will be tod~y 5 to 9 p.m. on. Sept. 10, 1934, the daughter of School. and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the Chnton B. and Blanche (Matthews) Mrs. Chrisinske was born in Ban" family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Lepley. She graduated from Owosso, croft March 25, 1925, the daughter p.m. High School and resided most o(her ',Mr. Church was born in Grand life in Owosso. of Olto and Grace (Byam) Harris. Ledge, on Sept. 5, 1922, the son of On, May, 6,1961, sl}e. and La- She and Jack Chrisinske were Howard and Leola (Corkins) wrence Chesler were married in married in Battle Creek Jan. 24, Church. He attended Grand Ledge Owosso. He died June 25, by her uncle, the Rev. A.L. schools and resided most of his life Survivors include: five children Ellsworth. in the Perry area.' He and Alice,Katrina Ch~sler, Clayton Chesler: She attended the Williams School "Noreen" Cole were married in,michael Chesler, Christoper Chesler in Burns Township and graduated Howell on 1tiiY 23, land Shawn Chesler, au of Owosso; from Byron High Schoolin Mr. Church served in the U.S. 'grllnddaughter, Linda Elkins of..' Army from 1942 to !Owosso; grandson,andrew Bums of R ~rs. ~,hr.lslgske had worked at Survivors include: his wife; No- I HillsdaJe; mother, Blanche Lepley e 1110n s 111 wosso as a secretary reen; three sons, Jeffrey (Judy) of of Owosso; sister, Jean Newell of from She then worked as a Williamston, Steven (Janice) ;nd i Owosso; three brothers, Robert.Le-I secretary at the Byron Elementary Raymond (Marijane) all of PIT' i pley of Arizon., Tom Lepl,y ofi Sehool [0,21 Y"", relidng in 1984, daughl", Ann M.d; (D.niel) ~:~d~ 10WQSSO' and Donald Lepley ofl She is survived by: Her husband, noe of Haslett; II grandchi1dren;!arizona. i Jack; a son, Ralph, and his wife three great-grandchildren; a brother, f Mrs. Chesler, was predeceased by I Carol, of Byron; a daughter, Carol,~ichard (Lois) C~urch; several i her husband, father,,one brothe,f and I and her husband, Arthur Munsell, of :meces and nephews.,~,one nephew. " Fowlerville; four grandchildren,,he was predeceased by a son, Memorials may be made to the Brad and Carrie Chrisinske of Byron David in American Cancer Society or Friends: and Ann and Beth Munsell of Memorials may be directed to the, of Hospice. Fowlerville. H~!1fu;sQciation. Funeral arrangements by E J Ti -,Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Dorotha Louise.,une uttle-cooper I Owosso. Braddock Coller Age 84, of Harrison, formerly of,flushing,passed away July 29, Donald H. Choate Age 71, of New York City and for- fl~94, in Gladwin, Mich. There will Husband of Sidney Steck Choate, merly of Owosso, died Jan. 3, 1994, be no services. Interment was in the who is formerly of Owosso, died from a massive heart attack in her' FlushjngCemetery, Flushing, Mich, Sept. 27, 1994, at his home in Lin-' apartment. Mrs. Cooper wa.s born June 3 colilshire, m. Her remains were cremated per her 191O,i~;Chesaning;Mlch. ' " '" " ' A memorial service was held for wishes and shall be interred in the '. Survivors ii1<;lude: Two sons,'wil Mr. Choate Oct. 2 at Ryerson Highland Memorial Park Cemetery,,l~am E. Tuttle and wife Barb of Har Woods, Riverwoods, Ill. 'Ocala, Fla. nson, and Russell D. Tuttle and wife Mr. Choate is survived by his Ms. Coller was born in Orlando, Sherry of Mt. Morris; six gt;andchil-.wife, Sidney, of Lincolnshire; three Fla. on July 20, 1922, the daughter of dren ; 15 great-grandchildren. daughters, Ann of Maple, Wis., Su~ Archie G. Braddock and former: Arrangements were bystoqkhig san. of Berkeley, Calif.,andElizabeth Owosso High School English teacher,funeral Hom (, 'Harrison, Mich. of Grayslake, III.:,'and seven Hazelle Braddock Coller. She spent' grandchildren. ' her early life in Wayland, Mich. and Owosso, graduating from Owosso High School with the Class of After a year or two at Michigan State University, she moved,to New York City where she spent the rest of her life.. She was predeceased by her mother and stepfather, William M. Coller who died in 1985 and 1975' respectively. ' Ruby Cole Age 78, of Mesa, Ariz., formerly of Durand and St. Helen died Monday, Jan. 17, 1994, iii Mesa. The body will rest at the Nelson House Funeral Homes, Durand where the family will nleet friends Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. There will be no funeral service at the funeral home. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon.

32 Owosso Argus-press Lucille A. Clarke Kenneth "Cal" Clark Age 73, of Durand d,ied Tuesday, Age 78, of West Branch and for- Nov. 22, 1994, at her residence. : merly of Hale and Byron died Mrs. Clarke was a homemaker. Thursday, April 21, 1994, at Toll Services will be held Saturday, i Free Hospital, West Branch. Nov. 26, I p.m. at the Nelson-House Mr: Clark taught speech at, Funeral Homes, Durand. Elder John M.S.U., Delta College and at Lans : Murray will offichite with burial in ing Sexton. He retired from Hillcrest Memori'al Gardens" Bridgeport-Spaulding High School 0:-vosso.!he family will receive I in fnends Fnday 3 to 9 p.m. at the. Services will be held at the Streefuneral home.., ', ter Funeral Home, Byron' on Satur. Mrs. Clarke was born in Mt. Car- i dl;ly, April 23, 2 p.m. The Rev. 011, III. on June 29, 1921, the 'Robert Schoenhals will officiate daughter of Albert and Louella I with burial in Byron Cemetery, By (Thompson) ~arfiel.d.. Shehad at- 'ron. Friends may call at the funeral tended school 10 III mots. home today 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at On June IS, 1943, she and Au- I the funeral.home. ". br~y M. Clarke were married in, Memorials are suggested to the Evelyn F. Clark Clmton? Iowa:.. : Michigan Heart Association. Age 89, of Owosso died Thursday' S~rvI.vors tnclude. her ~us~and,. Mr. Clark. was born' in Burns morning, Jan. 6, 1994, at home. Aubrcy, three sons an~ their Wives, Township; ShiawasseeCounty, Mrs. Clark was a homemaker. James M. and ~Iaudme Clarke of Mich. on July 30, 1915, the son of 1. Services wilt be held at the Trin- Stafford, Va., RIchard A. and ~har- Calvin and Leo A'. (Bunce) Clark. ity United Methodist Church, lotte Clarke of Durand, Da~ld B. He had resided in the West Branch Owosso on Monday at 11 a.m. The ~nd hcatchyr ~Iarke of :Huntmgton I area since 1990, movirig there from Rev. Mark D. Miller will officiate. eac, a If., one daughter, Mrs. 'Hale.,. with burial in Maple Hill Cemetery, W,es (Suzanne~ Canute of Bancroft; Mr: Clark graduated from Byron Cadillac: Friends may call at the mne g:andc~ll?ren; three grea~- High School in 1933, served in the Jennings-Lyons funeral Chapel, grandchildren, Sister, ~rs. Lee (VI- U. S.Navy during World War II, He Owosso where the family will meeto la ) Swelley of Provmcetown, Ill.; graduated from M.S.U. with honors friel].ds Saturday 7 to 9 p.m. and three brothers, Harold Warfield ~f hi 1949 and was a life member of Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. B.ro~ghton, IlL, Lee Warfield of Pro- the M.S.U. Varsity "S" Club. Mrs. Clark was born in Holt, vl~ce~own, HI. and Roy Warfield of,. Mr. Clark was a weij known Mich. on June , the daughter 111l11ols. '. ' ' ~ voice of radio and sportsievents.with of Chester F. and Gertrude F.' Mcmomds are suggested to the ; radio stations WKAR, East Lans\.ng; (Bunce) Racey. She graduated from Durand-Vernon Ambulance'?IWOAP, Owosso; WMRP; Flint; Cadillac High School and had re-!wsam, Saginaw; and WSGW, sided most.of her life in Cadillac Clad<- 'isaginaw: '?nd Owosso.. She came to Owosso Age 80, of Linden, died Tuesday,) Survivors inclttd~: his wi~e, V~om Nov, 29, 1994, at McLaren Regioml]jlet; three sons, RIchard. and Wife On Jan. 22, 1923, she mid Clyde Medical Center, Flint,\Meg of Sunny Vale, CaM., Thomas IA. Clark were married in Fremont, Mr. Clark wtls a welder for the Trami~' of~ay City, Gerald' K. of Ph?e- < Mich. He died in Tool Co. in fenton, retiring in 1980.,I1lX, Anz.; two ~aughters, Mrs. RIck M~s. Clark was a member of the ;Funeral service will be held I p.m.j(kathy) Hudnall of Mo.ntrose, Trinity United Methodist Church, F\'iday, Dcc. 2 at the Strceter Funeral! Tammy ~~. Clark of Lansmg; 14 Owosso. Before the combination of Home, Byroi1,!grandchlldren; many great- COfll11na Ave. Methodist Church and 1 grandchildren; as well as several Asbury Methodist Church, she was. stepchildren, nieces, nephews and choir director, the church pianist, (Pamela) Giffei of Owosso, Brian cousins. served on the kitchen committee and (Susan) Clark of Toledo, Ohio, Greg! Mr. Clark was predeceased by was a member of U.M.W. and (Yvette) Clark of Bellaire, Texas, i one l,jrother, Lanson and threesis~ Mary's Circle. She was also a mem- Kirk Clark of Owosso, Scott (Me- ters, Ruby; Pearland Emerald. ber of the Star of Hope, Rebekah lissa) Clark of Owosso, Chris Lodge, Owosso where she was the (Linda) Clark of Marlette, Janice K. pianist/soloist for the Degrcc Team. Clark of Clare, J~ffrey (Sheila) 'Eliia~etb M~r.garetb, Survivors include: two daughters, Breining, <;I: ~ssexville, Clyde' Allan. Mrs. Dick A. (Gertrude) Holzheuer,. (Deb) Brelllmg Of Owosso, Terry,. Ciark. of Owosso, Mrs. William M. (Viv-. Bill (Deb), nreinitlg of Corunna, A 80 f 0 d" d T d;.).. R'. k' '(D' ') H I h f 0.' ge, (} wosso, Ie ues ay, Ian Brelmn~, of OW?SSO; two sons, IC.. onna 0 z 5 uer 0 wosso!', Feb. 22, :1994, at horne.. Mr. C.. DIZ.(Mur:el) Clark of, Jason Cl.arko~ Chicago; 25g rea kl She, was cherishe<l by iusil, eli e;. Owosso, Mr. JUll (LOUIse) Clark of grandchildren, one, great-great- ci'atl 'R"', d d B' b' Y CI Pk.. Indianapolis, In~.; 14 gr?ndchddren,. gran c I' J... d h'ld.. y ajmon an ar ara ar, Marilee Clark', and Milt An~ tylrs. Randy (Lmda) LnH.baugh of, Mrs. Clark was predeceased by, L th.i" '.,.' y. o. t. 1 P I H 1 a rop.. wofssof' Mrs.?wen (Susan) Hilgen- I one ~)sier-m-wa~li' ear B. 0 ~l1es, one In.hollorof.her andjier dogs who d or 0 Perrmton, Mrs. Donnell' son-l11- aw, 1 tam nenmg; two hid, h ' 'I" "t'b t' '(' sisters ami four brothers. t~ l1 e H' er sm.,e,.con n u tons o. Memorials are suggested to the.e.umane Society. would be Trinity United Methodi'st Church: appreciated..

33 32 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Rolland E.CookAustin Jay Comer Age 94, of Owosso, died Friday, Died in Midland, Mich., Saturday Jan. 14; 1994, at Grayling Mercy April 23, , Hospital, Grayling. A memorial sei-vice will be held I. The funeral for Mr. Cook will be Friday, April 29, 1994; at 11 a.m. at held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Jennings- the Brook Corners United Methodist, Lyons Chapel, Owosso, with Rev. Chuf,ch, M-66 and O.S. 10, 6 miles' Earl Skinner officiating. Burial will east of Evart. The Rev. Eugene be in West Haven Cemetery, New Baughan will officiate. Interment : llaven Township. will be in Forest Hills Cemetery :Visitation at the funeral chapel Evart..' Will be today and Monday from 4-8 Austin Jay Comer was born in p.m: Y ountsville, Ind., Sept. 22, 191 t, the Mr. Cook was born in Owosso on, ~on of William H; and Estella (Yar June 17, 1899, the son of Otis and me) Comer. Austin lived and Alta Cook. worked on th(.family farm at Evart He was a lifelong resident of until 1950, when he moved to Owosso. Owosso. He,.w'orked. for the Charles Mr. Cook married Dorcas K. Thomas Construction Company for Swarthout on June 27, 1923, in Ban- one year. In 1951, he began a Barbara Jean Cook,croft. She died Nov. 22, year career with Midwest Age 64, of Conmna died Satur- Mr; C,?ok ~wned and operated Abr~sive CO,mp~ny, working on proday July at the M. I Cook s Electnc Motor Repair Shop ductton and mamtenance. ' " ' " emofla S th W h' A t' '. d' ' "'" HealthcareCenter, Owosso.,:,on \ ou as lllgton Street j'n.. us 1\1. marne DaiSY Butts in Mrs. Cook was a homemaker ando~oss~ for niore than 50 years. He,?wosso I? 1960, She preceded him in her earlier years worked for:rettred l,n 197~. dn deat~ 111 ~962.", Byerly qi:ocery. She also worked for: Survl~ors 1I1clude: One daughter,,survivors lllclude: a brother, Do- Brady'~OFoodland of Corunna. 'M.rs.. Rlch~rd (1?everly) Ebert of nald Comer ~f Evart; several ne- A memorial service will be held' l:l~ggll1s Lake; five grandchildren, : p~ews and meces and a host of at the 'First Baptist Church Corunna Richard B. ~bert of Mio, Mrs. Ri- f lends., " on Tuesday, July 26 at' \1 a.m.: chard (Lorn). Glidden of Marlette, He. was predeceased. by his pa Graveside services were held this Kurt R. (L~she) Ebert of Westford, rents, brothers, Walter, Herman, arid by sisters, morning, July 25, with her familyi Mass., Michael (Kim) Ebert of i James, and Herb~rt~ _~ present. Pastor Burton Jones willciarkston; and Mrs. Todd (Kathleen) Fern H.lInt and Lilhe Schats. 'offiqiate. Nye of.walled Lake; nine great-,. Austm was ~ fine gentleman. He Mrs. Cook was born in Corunna grandchildren; one sister, Reba Por-,lived a long hfe of physical chal Mich. on Nov. 21, 1929, th~ terfield of Holt; and several nieces 'lenge but had ~ determined will to daughter of Edgar B. and Pauline and nephe~s. "be complet.ely mdependent and was (Bronson) Harris. She graduate11'li., Memonal co.ntr!butions are sug- I successful ~n the effo~, always. with,from Corunna High School in 1947~ested to the Hlggms Lake Founda- a ready smtleandafrtendly attitude. : and had resided most of her life in.hon, 461 Lake Camp Rd., Higgins L,ocal arrangements by Nelsonthe Corunna area. Lake, MI, House Funeral Homes, Owosso. 'Fu~:r J~~o~ ~!~ Sl~:r~::~ C~:y~~~,Howard Charles COOk i. Martha E. Cordray, First Baptist Church, Owosso. : Age 86, of Lakeland, Fla., for- Age 78, of Bannister, died Friday,. Mrs. Cook was a,member of the merly of Traverse City, Mich., died March 18, 1994, at Maple Valley FI~st Baptist Church, Conmna. She Thurs~ay, Aug. 18, 1994, at Car- Nursing Home'in Ashley. enjoyed photography and crafts and I penter s Home Manor.. ' Visitation wilt be today 4 9 p:m. was a member of the Owosso Cam- Mr. Cook was a forester with the and Monday 2-9 p.m. at Smitn Funera. Club and Women's Mission U.S. F?rest ~ervice. I,eral Homes, Elsie Chapel. Private Society. Services, Will be held at 11 a m,graveside services will be held at Survivors include: her husband, on ~aturday, Sept. 2 at the Asb~~,Eureka Cemetery. Clayton F. Cook of Corunna; two ;Ul1lted IY!ethodist Chu1'ch in daughters, Suzanne Jo Cook of,traverse City, Mich. L~nsing, Barbara Kay and Hugh K!, G Dittemore of Lansing; one son, Maynard S. Cortright' ladys M. Cole Clayton E. and Linda Cook of Age 79, of DeWitt... Age 79, of W. Britton Rd P y Owosso; one granddaughter, Jen-, I died Tuesday D 2a;d Lamgsburg, dled Wednesday Aug errh : nifer and one great-grandson B J!residence ',ec.,1994, at,his Memorial Healthcare C e t' 0' att e M. 1 '.,,.. M' n er, wosso emona s may be made to the! Mr. Cortright h db'. emortal mass will be h Id S' First Baptist Church or Corunna at Motor Wheel f, a 27 een a millwright Mary's Catholic Church Me. at t. Al:nbulance Service for the Teddy Ifanl1er.. or years and also a. Friday, Aug. 26 at 11 ~.m.o~~~e;; Bear,Fund.,Services '11 b Matthew Fedewa will fli'.. Tl' f: '1. 'b..' WI e held at Nib. l'. 0 lclate With. 1~' ami y IS emg served by the House Funeral Ho' '. e son- U~1a m. Mount Olivet Cem Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Friday at 1 pm mes, Lamgsburg, Lamgsburg.,. etery, Corunna, 302 W. Corunna Ave.,.' " Corunna.

34 Owosso Argus-press Rita Genevieve Coady Robert J. Coleman Dr. Terry Coe Age. 82, 0~612 E. Main St., Dur- Age 77, of 7301 E. Colony Rd"i OrOkcmos, died Friday, May 27, and, dted Fnday, June 24, 1994, atetsie died Tuesday, June 14, 1994,1 I (i)e.;. Memorial Healthcare Center'at th~ home of his son in Ovid. i He was born in Laingsburg, Owosso. ' Services will be held at Houghton Mich., the son or Thomas and Peg Mrs. Coady was a bookkeeper for Chapel, Ovid on Friday, June 17 at, Coe., many years in the Durand area. 1 p.m. The Rev. Charles Smith will He was an educator at Lansing Funeral mass will be celebrated at:officiate with burial in Maple Grove,Sexton High School until his retire St. MarY'$ Catholic Church on Mon-Cemetery. Visitation will be at the! ment in Prior to his tenurc at day, June 27, at 10 a.m. Rev. Fr. funeral home with the family present Lansing Scxton, he taught at Sl. Paul Joseph Aubin will officiate with bur-f'to receive friends today and Thurs- High School in Owosso. ial in st. Mary's Cemetery, Barrie,. d~y from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Dr. Coc received his I3A and MA Ont. Family will receive friends 2-5 Mr. Coleman was. was bom on: degrees n'om Central Michigan Uniand 7-9 today and Sunday. A rosary',april 8, 1917, on the familyfanllin', versily. lie later earned a doctorate will be recited Sunday evening l;lt 8 1 Duplain Township,' the son of degree from Michigan State Univerp.m. Joseph L. and Carrie (Mayke) Cole- sity. Throughout his lire, he was Mrs. Coady was born, Jan. 2, man. He farmed the family fann all involved as an antiques dealer. Hc.1912, in Barrie, Ont., the daughter of his life. He was a 1937 graduate of: also performed with the Lansing Daniel and Annie (Skelton): Ovid High School. Civic Players and was a participant McVeigh. She was married to John \ On Dec. 31, 1938, he and Leah K. in the Radio Reader Program for "Joe" Joseph Coady in Barrie, Ont. Wilson were married in Angola, Ind. 'WKAR in East Lansing. He predeceased her on Oct. 27, He was a member of the Centennial He was a mentor and friend to a Faun, Association, Clinton Counly',great many students over the years ~~he was a member of St. Mary's Fann Bureau and a member of t?e,anli he will be greatly missed by Catholic Church, Durand, and past former Rochester Colony Methodist those whose lives hc touched. president of the VFW Auxiliary. i Church., Survivors include: his fathcr, Tho-. I Survivors include: four sons and Survivors include: his wife, Leah;! mas Coe; a sister, Sharon (Leroy) one daughter: Joseph A. and Char- two sons, Conrad (Kathleen) of C;\11\1011; a brother, Dennis and sislene Coady of Durand, Mrs. Blake Pleasant Lake and Joseph (Carol) of tel', Susan (A\an) Andersen; several (Margaret) Kittle of Durand, Pat and' Ovid; four grandchildren, Jack and nieces and nephews. Carole Coady of Dearborn, John and' Joan of Pleasant Lake, Rebecca of A memorial mass will be cde- Susan Coady of Gresham, Oregon, St. Johns and David of California; bra ted on Wednesday, June I at 7, and Paul J. Coady and Joanne two great-grandchildren, Jacob a,:d p.m. in the chapel of S1. Martha Mazella of Chicago; 12 grandchil-, Miranda; three sisters, Mrs. Dons Ca~holic Church in Okemos with the dren; 16 great-grandchildren; nieces' Smith-Brant, Mrs. Roma Hamer of Rev. Jonathan Wehrle, officiating. and nephews. She was predeceased St. Johns and Mrs. Josephine Parker In liell or!lowers, contributions by brothers and sisters. of Elsie..'. may be made to the Americ~n Arrangements are being handled Memorials may be made to Chn- Cancer Society, 416 Frandor, SUlle by Nelson-House Funeral Homes, ton County Home Health or Ovid 104, Lansing, Ml or to St. Durand. Area Ambulance Service. Martha Catholic Church, 1100 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos, MI Sarah F. Cooper 4[\864. Harold G. Copeman The ramily is served by Gorsline Runciman Co., East Chapel, East Lansing. Age 85, passed away Sunday, Dec. 4, 1994, at St. Luke's Hospital, Ag~ 74, of Byron and long time Saginaw:'. resident of Clarkston died Tuesday, Mrs. Cooper wasbom April 21,. March I, 1994, at the Memorial 1909, itv;birch Run an~ was a life- Healtheare Center, Owosso. long residentof.~bir~h/run. Mr. Copeman was 'employed by Her husband, Arthur K. Cooper the Harris Mrg. Co., in Pontiac as a died Jan. 18, welder-fabricator, retiring in Survivors include: three sons and A memorial service will be held four daughters. She is the mother of Saturday, March 5, 1:30 p.m. at ~h~ Mrs. John (Donna) Mowinski of Streeter Funeral Home, Byron. The Corunna; 30 grandchildren; 55 Rev. Robert Schoenhals will officigreat-grandchildren; four g~e~t- atc. Cremation h(ls taken place. great-grandchildren. Also survtvmg Memorials are suggested to the, is one brother and four sisters. donor's choice. Funeral service will take place 1 Mr. Copeman was born in Green-,p.m. Wednesday,' Dec. 7 at.the field Township, Wayne County, Kniuss-Torhan Funeral Home, Birch Mich. on Dec: 31, '1919, the son of Run.. Pastor William ~ Eickhoff will Albert and Sarah (Bowman:) Copeofficiate. Friends may call at the man. He had resided in Byron since, chapel today and Tuesday noon to , moving from the Clarkston p.m.. area. Those planning an expresston of Mr. Copeman served in the U.S. sympathy may wish to c~nsider me- AnllY during World War II. morials to Birch Run Fire Depart-, rvt,r: Copeman was the beloved ment Association. father of' Darrel,. Albert and Eugene. Also surviving are three grandchild~en;? sister, Mrs. Ruth Ashbaugh,of Unton Lake; several nieces and nephews.

35 34 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Mable (Mame) Collins Age 81, of St.Charles Township, loving and' precious wife, sister, mother, grandmother, 'nurse and friend to those who shared her life, passed away Saturday evening, Oct. 29, ', Mrs. Collins was an emergency room L.P.N. at the The Memorial, Hospital, Owosso. ' Services will be held at Sf. Johns : Episcopal Church, Chesaning on Tuesday, Nov: 1 at 11 :30 a.m. The Fr. Les Murray and Bernice Vogelaar will officiate with' burial in Wildwood Cemetery, Chesaning. Friends may, call at the Misiuk Funeral, Home 01 Chesaning today from' 6 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday [rom 8 a.m. to 10 a.m: at the funeral home and then at the church from LO:30 a.i11., ufltillime, of funeral. Mable Detwiler Was born on June 7, Sbe married Rex Collins on 'I Junt) 1, She 'was a nlember of Sf. John's Episcopal Church, Chesaning and the Louisa K. Bell Guild. Survivors include her husband, Rex; her children and their spotlses, Janet (Les) Schwartz of St. Johns, Pat (Bob) Garrod of Sf. Johns, Ann (Glenn) Qross of Haslett; ~avid (Mary Ann) Collins, of Frederick, Sue (Phil)' Soldan of Florida; J2 grandchildren; and her brother,. Bill Detwiler of Glennie. Memorials maybe made to St. John's Ep i scopn JCh urch, Chesaning. Special thanks to Bernice Vogelaar for her, support and love; to Dr.. Henry Forsyth for being supportive and caring; and tol Dr. Diane Mac,Donald for her skills; coinpassion I and gentle care. Funeral arrangements by Misiuk, Funeral Home, Chesaning. - - Nancy~Cooii~--~-- Age 90, of Burton and Owosso Town~hip, died Sunday, Nov, 13, 1994, at Mcmorial Healthcarc Center, Owosso, Mrs. Coon was a homemaker. Services will be held at Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, Wednesday. Nov. 16, at 1 I a.m. Buri~ll will be in Ford Cemetery, G~'allot C?lmty. Pastor Terry Miller WIll officiate, Visitation will be today 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9' p.m. Mrs. Coon was born in Bainbridge. Ga., June 27, 1904, the daughter of FOlTest M. and Nanny' (Harrel) Glover. She and John Edwin Coulson Marjorie A. (Harris) Coleman Services for Mr. Coulson are scheduled at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso 10 a.m. Friday,; Age 71, of St. Johns, died Satur- I June 17 and will be conducted by day, Dec. 17, 1994, at her home. Elder Max Morrow, pastor of Services will be held at St. Joseph Church of God, 7th Day (Spring Catholic Church, st. Johns on Wed Vale Academy). Burial will be in nesday, Dec. 22 at 10:30 a.m. The Oakwood Cemetery.. Visitation will Rev. Fr. Robert Lunsford wiii offici Ibe Thursday, June 16, 2 to 4 p.m. ate with burial in South Bingham! and 7 to 9 p.m. Cemetery, St. Johns. A vigil service Edwin was born Sept. 3, 1925, te will be prayed Tuesday evening at 7 Homer G: and Anna (Timmerman: p.m. at the Osgood Funeral Home, Coulson in Wyoming, Mich. H( St. Johns. Visitation will be at the marrfed Opal Estep on May 28 funeral home with the family present '1950, in Jenison, Mich. They to receive friends from 2 to 4 p.m. worked at Spring Vale Academy, and 7 to 9 p.m. were dairy farmers in Ohio, and Mrs. Coleman was born in Fowowned service stations in Ohio and ler, Mich. Oil' Nov. 14, 1923, the Owosso. In 1978, they purchased daughter of Henry and Laura Smith Janitor Supply and operated it (Schafer) Pohl and had lived most of until their retirement in They her life in the st. Johns area. She moved to Roswell, N.M. in Decem- was a graduate of Fowler High berof Edwin kept active in School and a member of Sf. Joseph spite of bone marrow cancer but lost, Catholic Church. the fight June 12, On Oct. 31, 1946, she and Robert Edwin is survived by his wife, A. Harris were married. He prede Opal; a daughter, Brenda Lujano of ceased her in She then mac Chicago; a son, Larry (Nicki) Coul- r~,ed William Coleman in July 1994, son' of, Willard, Ohio; eight grand_hesurvives, her. children and three great- Also surviving are: three daughtgrandchildren. Also surviving are ers, Jean (Jeft) Eldridge of st. Johns, 'five brothers, Ben (Florence) Coul- Jl!lie (Lewis) Williams of Lansing ;son of Pocahontas, Ark., Dick; tind t Joan (Nick) Ramirez of Sf. (Marge) Coulson of Hudsonville, Joi1ns; five sons, Gordon (Linda) Ned (Joyce) Coulson of Lakeview, Hards of St. Johns, Kenneth Wesley Coulson of Owosso, Dan (Paulette) Harris of DeWitt, Alan (Cheryl) Coulson of Grand Rapids (Marlene) Harris of Sf. Johns, Dale and one sister, Carrie (Jim) Hassen (Marilee) Harris of Owosso and of Midland. Leon Harris of LaPorte, Tex.; 19 Wherever he lived, Edwin was grandchildren; her mother, Laura active for his Lord and the church. Pohl of Lansing; brother, James He served as a lay leader in Ohio, a (Donna) Pohl of Lansing; two sisdistrict board member for the church ters, Janet (George) Mann of Freeand a board member for Spring Vale,land and Ann (Fred) Edinger of Academy. Marshall; two stepsons, William Memorial contributions may be Coleman Jr. and John Coleman; two, made to Spring Vale Academy. stepdaughters, Linda Rizk and Cherie Godfrey. Alfred Coon were married in Bainbridge, Ga. in 1924, He died June 16, She resided most of her life i,n Burton and Owosso Township. Survivors include: a daughter, Juanita Coon of Owosso; three sons, William Coon of Lansing, Clifford and Judith Coon of Durand, Harvey and Shirley Coon of Henderson; 18 grandchiidren; and 18, great-, grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents; a son, Leonard; a grandson, Michael; and four brothers. Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army or' a charity of the donor's choice. Mrs. Coleman was predeceased by her father, Henry Pohl. Memorials may be rhade to Hospice of Clinton County. Funeral arrangements by the Osgood Funeral Home, St. Johns.

36 Owosso Argus-press Joseph J. Colby Lillie Isabel Coons Opal Aleen Cords I Age 80, of Durand died Saturd~y,; Age 70, formerly of Chesaning, Age 74, of First St., Perry died Aug. 27;, 1994, at the Memonal passed away at the Boulevard Thursday, Aug. \18, 1994, at the} Healthcare Center, Owosso. Temple of Detroit, Thursday, May Memorial Healthcare Center, Mr. Colby was superintendent of 19, Owosso. schools at Byron Area Schools from.services will be held at the Trin- Mrs. Cords was a homemaker to From 1966 until his ityunited Methodist Church of Che- I Services will be held at Nelsonretirement in 19~4.' he w~s a m.ath saning on Sunday, May 22 at 2 p.m. House Funeral Homes, LaRowe teacher at WhIttier JUlllor HlghThe Rev. George Ward will officiate Chapel, Perry on Saturday, Aug. 20 ~chool in Flint, and while at Whit~ ",ith burial at the GlCnwood Celllet- lat. 10 a.n~. The. Rev. ~ar!on Ellis her he was a basketball eoach.~ry,.flint. Friends may call at the!wiil officiate With burtal 111 Rose- Services will be held 11 a.m., i Misiuk Funeral Home of Chesaning,lawn Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday, Aug. 31, at the Streeterion Saturday, May 21 atter 2 p.m.;today from? ~.m. to 9 ~.m. and Funeral Home, Byron. The Rev. The body will rest at the church on ;Saturday until ttme of service. Robert Schoenhals will officiate. Sunday after I p.m. Mrs. Cords was bom in Middle Graveside serwices will be held 4 Mrs. Coons was born in Chesan- ton, Mich. on Feb. 18, 1920, the p.m. Wedne~daya~ Hope Cemetery, ing on Nov. 6, 1923, the daughter of d~ught7r of J. A. and Kathryn (Far Mecosta, Mich. With the Rev. Scott Egbert and Sophie Street. rell) Nichols. She graduated from St. Otis officiating. Visitation will be On April 9, 1949, she and the Johns School.. this evening at the chapel 7. to. 9 Rev. Emmett Coons were married. She was married to Jessie A. p.m. and Tuesday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. He survives hcr. Cords in 1940 in Corunna. He prewith the family present from 2 to 5 Also surviving arc hcr childrcn deceased her in December of p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and thcir spouses, David (Jacque- Mrs. Cords was affiliated with the Mr. Colby was born March 22, line) Coons of Flint, DeWayne (Pat- Perry United Methodist Church and 1914, in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., the sou, ricia) Coons of Flint, Mrs. Kasem the V.F.W. Auxiliary Post #4063. of John and Sarah (K.oss) Colby. He (Ellen) Intawong of Mt. Morris, Her hobbies included sewing. pad resided in the Durand area since! Mrs. Tom (Carol) Allen of Iron Survivors include: four sons, Tom 1964, coming from Hillman, Mich. Mountain, Mrs. Bruc(( (Mary) Ed- (Patricia) Cords of California, Jack On March 15, 1941, he and Mar<wards of Illinois; IS grandchildren (Trudy) Cords of Lennon, Q.ean gare.t A: Lamb were married in andonc great-granddaughter;hcr Cords of Perry and Edward (Cheryl) YpSIlantI. 'brother, Alihur Street of St. Charles Cords of. Owosso; four daughters, Mr. Colby was a member of the ',and two sisters, Ruth Smith of Che- Mrs. Shat;on (Clare) Keesler of First United Methodist Church of saning and Mildred Byam Clark of Owosso, Mrs. Peggy (Clair) Crippin Byron and a former member of the Grand Rapids. of Newberry, Mrs. Diane (Richard) Rotary Club in Hillman. '.. Memorials may b~ made to the VanDyke of Williamston and Mrs. Mr. Colby was a graduate of East- Trinity United Methodist Church of Pamela (Mark) Woodbury of Fowem Michigan University yvhere he!chesaning. lerville; 23 grandchildren, 17 greatreceived his bachelor degre.e in edu-:_ grandchildren; one brother, William cation. H~ co~tinued.his. education! Edward Tyler Cords. (Doris) Nic.hols of Kansas City, at the Umverslty of Michigan where. So f Ed d W d K' b 1 Mo.; three SIsters, Mrs. Merece Cothe received his master degree. IAn~ (13 0 h k w~. an 1111 er y ton ham. of Saginaw, Mrs. Bernice Survivors include: his wife, Mar- I stillbor; ~~ ejun~~ds ~f IO~oss~ was (Frank) Hagadon of Corunna and garet; dnllghters, Susan and husband at th M. I J' U y 0, 994, Gene Cords of Perry. William DeSousa of Darien, Conn., '10'. e elllona eaitheare Center, Mrs. Cords was predeceased by wosso,. Karen and husband Dan Stevens of.p "ht 'd. Iter husband, one son Bruce, two AI va, FI a.; a son, M ar k an d Wlte..., It kit IV" e gravest 0 k H'll e services will. b rot h ers, Ed war d an d Car I NIC. h I 0 s Michelle Colby of Wilmington, I~ e ~ ace p a t a C 11 Cemetery ~n ~nd on.e great-grandchild, Chara Rae N.C: five grandchildren Carol Mi- wo~so. as or a Emerson WIll.Cantt., ", officiate chael, Joseph, Kirsten and Teresa' 13 b. Ed d'... M... orials may be made to Veter- Marie; three sisters, Mrs. Margaret a y,;ar IS survtved by his!ans Home for Cliildren: K d k f H b N Y, M : parents, a sister Samantha Cords at'. er oc 0 am mg,.., rs. I d. Steve (Sara) Kustreba of Baltimore lon:e; ~ranparents, Jerry and Jane Joan L. Cox Md. Mrs. Mary KarwoskI. of TItus-.'. Benjamll1. of Owosso,s Thoilla an d. '.. '. Shu'ley Behnke of Durand'. t VIlle, Fla.; several nteces and. ' gleanephews..l,: grandfather, Ronald Goodknecht of Mr. Colby was predecea~~d by his Owosso; and great-grandmother, parents, two sisters. and one brother. I Duffa Chandler '. of Corunna. Arrangements by Streeter Funeral Home, Byron. Age 51, of Chesaning, died Sunday, Nov. 13, Mrs. Cox was a Shaklee distriooter. with her husband. Services will be held Thursday, 1\ a.lll. at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Chesaning. Arrangemcnts by Misiuk Funeral : Home, Chesaning.

37 36 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Florence Hele~ CrC)nkite Age 87, of Owosso died Sunday,.Oct. 30, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare. Center, Owosso. Mrs. Cronkite was \I homemaker. Services will be held at the St. Paul Catholic. Church, Owosso on,thursday, Nov. 3, 10a.l11. Fr.. Robert Kolenski will officiate with, burial in St.Paul Cemetery,'! Owosso. Friends may. call at the! Ne Ison" House Funeral Homes, I Owosso 6n Tuesday 2 to,9 p.m. andi.. I Wednesday 9 a.i11. to 9 p.m. There!, will be a rosary Wednesday 7 p.m.. at the chapel;. Mrs. Cronkite was born in Rush Township, Mich. on Sept. 21,,1907, the daughter of Edwin' and Hannah, L.:.-~_-=- -.e::;~,--,_-"-_!...i (Welch),Carmody. ; George Clyde Conklin She gradllated from St. Paul' '.. Ralph J.' Conine School and attended Owosso Busi-l Age 8~, of 604 N. Sagmaw St.,... ness School. She had resided most Durand died Sunday, Sept. 18, 1994, Age 72, went home to be with the. of her lify in the Owor;so area. at his reside~ce, Lord on Tuesday, Sept. 1.3, 1~94: On Sept: 30, 1935, she and Ver-. Mr.,Conkltn owned and op.erated ~om on July 21, 1922, IIl.LelpsIC'lner Carl Cronkite were. married in WestSide ~akery, Durand, v: h1ch he, O~IO,. he had been a resident of Owosso. He died May 28, 1~78. purcha~ed III.1948 and sold III 1975, MIchigan for the past 39 years, and: Mrs. Cronkite was a. member of Services Will be held Tuesday, 2 an Owosso: resident for, the last 25. Sf. Paul Church and the Daughters p;m., at the Nelson-House. Funeral Mr. Comne was a World War liof Isabella. Homes, Durand. Rev. Tom Ander- Na~yveteran, serving in the Sot~th " Survivors include: one daughter, son. will officiate with, ~urial in PaCIfic. J:ie gr\lduated fr~ml3luftlon imarilyn Cronkite of Shennan Oaks, 'Gra~elaw.n Ce~eter~.' Fhnt. The Coll~ge tn. B!uftlon, OhiO,.Iater, at- I Calif. and four grandchildren.. ' family will receive ffiends today 2 tendmg Michigan State l!mverslty. \ Mrs; Cronkite W\lS predeceased :by to 4. p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m: at the ~e was a very ~nerget1c a.nd yer- :two sisters, Gladys Fitzpatrick and funeral hom~.. salil.e man who enjoyed huntmg a~d IIElizabeth "Bess" Carmody. i.mr. Conklm wa,s born 111 Jackson, fis~li1g, worked. over the ~ears 111 \ Memorials are suggested to the MIch. on Nov. 27, 1910, the; son of vanous forms of construction, and 'St. Paul Catholic Church Clyde and Margaret (Stell1hoff) together with his wife, Margaret,.. Conklin. He attended schools in! started Conine's Floral in Owosso. Jackson. Mr. Conine served many years in On July 3, 1931, he and Cora the SL John's school systenl begin- Wilson were married in Jackson. ning in a onfl-room scho.olhouse and Mr. Conklin was a member of the ending in retiremqit a~the principal First United. Methodist Church, of Riley Elementary School in Durand. Mr. Conine served as pastor of an' Survivors include: his wife, Cora; Evangelical United BrethrenChufch four children, Carol Mose of Durin Ohio for'three years, then moving. and, Donald Conklin of Durand, to Michig<\n to pastor in.st. Johns Mrs. Ji,lck. (JoAnn) Raymond of for seven' years. Over the last few Clare, Mrs. Richard (Shirley) Seeyears he had attended the First Free back of Durand; 16 grandchildren; Methodist Church of Owosso. His 15 great-grandchildren and a sister, family was a large part of his life. Helen Evenson of Florida. On Sept. 14, 1940, he and Mar- Mr. Conklin was predeceased by garetwere married.. Ii son, Gary Dennis Conklin, three SlIfvivors include: his wife, Mar- brothers, Harold, Frank and Ray and garet; five children, Leroy Conine of a sister, Adeline. Owosso, Dick (Pat)Coninc of Ovid, Memorials are suggested to Hos- Cheryl. (Jhn) Watt of Wolverine, Services will be held at Jenl1ings-' pice of Shiawassee County, Terry (Mike) Hendricks of Mon- Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso at 1 m. tague, Patty (Jerry) Wing of PJn~ Friday, Sept..16,wit~, jya~t5'rs.owosso; 14 grandchild~en; three Jal~1e~ Watt a~d M.lke Hendricks ofgreat~grandchildren; two sisters both I ficlattn. B~nal Will be at Hillcrest of Ohio and many, many friends. Men~onal Gardens, Owosso., He. was predeceased by ' two Fnends may call at the fll\leral sisters. home today 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday 2 to 5y,ql. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday until time of service.

38 Owosso Argus-press Nina A. Cowles Age 71, of Harrison, formerly of Owosso, died Friday, Dec. 2, 1994, at the Mid-Michigan Regional Hosi pital in Clare., The funeral for Mrs. Cowles will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at' Jennings-Lyons Chapel with Captain Lynda Hogaboom officiating. Bu~ial will be in Hillcrest MemorIal Gardens. Visitation at the funeral chapel : will be today from 7-9 p.m. and Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Cowles was born ih Owosso on March 21, 1923, the daughter of Albert and Nina (Cramer) ~asse. She'd resided in Harrison since moving there from Owosso in I Mrs. Cowles was affiliated with the Owosso Salvation Army Citadel.,.. Survivors include: One son, Dou- Charles Edward' : Gerald, F. Collamer glas (Shirley) Clark of Castle Ro?k, i 1\ge'66, of Owosso died Wednes~. Colo.; two daughters, Gladys (Tom) I Compton day morning, Oct. 12, 1994, in the Cutter of Owosso an? Mabel Peck of I, Age 69, of' 6251 E. M-21, Cor Ray City area. Owosso; 15 grandchildren; 29 great-! unna di<:;d Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1994, at. Mr'-Collamer.seiv~d29 years as a grandchildren; two.great-great: his residence.. '. Metroplitan Insurance broker and i grandchildren; one Sister, Gladys I 'Mr. Compton was. it master meten years as a real estate and insllf- I Farr of Harrison; one brother; Harold chanic', and. had 12 years, of service ance broker with the SeIlt<ck Hasse of La Mirada, Callf.; on.e. with Indian Trails, retiring in Agency.... sister-in-law, Ruth Hasse of Ham- i Setvices will be held Friday; Oct. He. also was fo~l11er mayor of son; many nieces and nephews; and 7, II a.m. at the First Church of Owosso, from January 1975 to i he! C,hildren's father, Dean Clark of! God, Owosso. The Rev, Elmer Wol Noveinber 1977, and served on the Owosso., ford Pastor John R. Miller and Rev. Owosso City Coundil, April 1968 to I She was predeceased by two Ed~ardC. Schweikert will officiate November At the time of his brotl1ers, Frank and AI Hasse:. with burial in Hillcrest Memorial death,.he was serving as president of Memorial contributions may be Gardens, Owosso. the Owpsso Counhy Club. made. ill her name to the Owosso Friends may call at the Nelson-. Fllneral services' will be private. Salvation Anny Citadel. ' House Funeral Homes, Owosso to- The.Rev.~r.Gre~ T?urnoux w~1i _day 7 to 9 p.i11.\and Thursd~y 9 a:m. officiate With bunal 111 Oak Htil to 9 p.m. with the familybelllg Cemetery,;. Owosso,... Visitation will be, at the Jennings- 'dent of the Chamber of Commerce present from 2 to 4 p,.m. and 7109 p.m... Lyons Funeral Chapel, OWQSS9,to , past member of the Kiwa-, Mr. Compton was born 111 Shiaqayand Saturday, 2 to 4 p:m. rimd 7 nis a1id Rotary clubs and was an wassee County, March 4, 1925, the to. 9 p.m. avid golfer and fish~n'nan. SOil of Wesley and Et~el (Fruche~) Mr. Collamer,was born in Survivors include:. his wife, Cather- Compton. He altend~d schools.111 OW9ssb on Nov. 22, 1927~ the son ine; three sons, Kirk (Melody) Col- Bancroft.and Durand.. of Charles F. and Elnora I (Boug\1f-! lanler ofchicago,rkk (Laura)Col-, On Feb. 26, 1955, he and Vivian 't11an) CoIJamer.. He was a graduate' lamer of Lagut1a Niguel, Calif.,' Wolford were married in Flint, of St. Paul's High Schoo!, OWOSSO. Brian J. (Lynne)Collamer of Little Mich. Mr. Compton Was a veteran He had resided most of his life in Rock, Ark.; granddaughter, Natalee of the U.S. Army serving during OWosso..' Collamer of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; World War II., Mr. Co.Ilamer served in the U.S; stepgranddaughte'r, Jamee Dalton of Me 'C;ompton was a member of Marine Corps during World War U. Nashville, Tenn.; stepgreat- the First Church of God and a past On Aug; II, 1951,he and Cather- grandaughter, Chloe Dalton of Nas~~ member of the Lions Club.. ine L Wright were Jnarried in. ville, Tenn.; one sister, f\1rs. LoUIS Survivors include: his wife, Viv- Owosso. '(Jean) Sweet of Lansing;. mother, ian' One daughter, Mrs. Bradley, Mr. Collamer was a member of,'elnora Collamer' of Owosso; an (Christine) Walker of pavison; a Christ Episcopal Church, Owosso, aunt, Frances (Hahn) Gilliland of son Mark (Kim) Compton of Corwas a' member of the Owosso His-; Owosso; mother-in-law and father- unda; two grandchildren, Alycia and lorical Society, served on the Shia- i in-law; Emily and Charles Wright of Daven. was see County Board of Review Mesa; Ariz,; nieces and nephews. Mr. Compton was predeceased by from 1978 to present, member of the Mr. Collamer was predeceased by his parents and a brother, James. Downtown Development Authority his father, Charles in 1984; Memorials are suggested to the: , a founder of the Curwood!, Memorials are silggested to the Home l:iealth Care or First Church Festival, member of the board of the Owosso Historical Society or Christ of God. Riverside Park Development, presi- Episcopal Church, Owosso.

39 38 Theo A. Cornell Owosso Argus-press 1994 Vivian B. Cornell Kenneth A. Crandall Age 101, of 1400 Drake Rd. Kalamazoo, passed away Thursday: Age 100, of Bloomington, hid.,' Age 73, of Saginaw passed away J~ne 2, 1994, in Friendship Village. formerly of Corunna, died Thursday, Wednesday, March 2, 1994, at his, Miss Cornell was born Feb. 6 Aug. 4, 1994, in Bloomington. home. 1893, in Corunna, the daughter of Mrs. Cornell was a former schooj~< He was born June 10, 1920, in Raymond Brees and Altha Maria teacher and homemaker.,iowosso, Mich. coming to Saginaw (Paris) Cornell. A memorial service wi1l be held 23 years ago. He was married to She was a graduate of the Cor- Saturday, Aug. 13, 1994, at 2 p.m. at; Juanita R. Hartley on Aug. 9, 1941, unna Schools and the Ypsilanti State ~he Allen Funer~l Home in Bloom- at st. Paul Catholic Church, Normal. She taught briefly in Cor- mgton. There will be no visitation. i Owosso. She survives him. unna and then in Battle Creek Mrs. Cornell was born in Cor- He had been employed by Michi S,chool until her retirement in unna, Dec. 18, 1893, the daughter of gan Bell Telephone Co. for 38 During her teaching career, she stud- John aild Florence Bilhimer. She years. ied at the University of Michigan, had resided.in East Chicago,Ind.: 'He was a member St. Stephen graduating in She later took! most of her life. While there,.she: Church, Saginaw. Also the Bay City additional work at Columbia Univer-l was,a member of the FirstCongre-,Elks Club and Telephone Pioneers sity in New York. She was a mem-l gationa'>{;hurch, the P.E.O.Sister- : of America. ber of the First Congregationali?ood, Beta Gamma Upsilon Soror-. Mr. Crandall.served three years in Church, the Mayflower Guild and! tty, Easterngtars, and the Women's World War II m Gen. Patton's 3rd the Retired Teacher's Association. Club. Anny and two years in the European Surviving are a sister-in-law Mrs. Survivors include: a,daughter, Su- i',theater. Vivian Cornell and a niece,' Mrs. zanne C. Dreesen of Bloomington; a \ Surviving bcsides his wife of 52 Suzanne M. Dreesen, both o( son, Robert D. Cornell of Munster,years are two sons and their spouses, Bloomington, Ind.; a nephew Robert Ind.; seven grandchildren; six great~ :J<.enneth C. and Susie Crandall of D. Cor~ell of. Munster, Ind.; seven grandchildren. :Nobelsville, Ind., Robert Lee and gran~-11ieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her lan Cr~ndalJ of. Marshall; Mich.; MISS Cornell was preceded in husband, Dana R. Cornell and a son, i;grandcluldren,. Llsa Crandall, Rob d.eath by a brother, Dana Robert; a Dr. John B. Cornell; and a sister, 'Crandall, Step~anie ~randall, Regan SIster, Frances May and a nephew Ivah B. Voelker. Crandall; five SIsters, Rhea Dr. John B. Cornell.? Memorial contributions may be.beechem, Charlena Disert, Betty, Memorial services will be held at. l11a~e to the charity of donor's icraven, Onilee Sch1a.ach, Joan {2 p.m. Sattlf<tay, June 11 at Friend- choice. :Sleesman; several nieces and 'ship Village, Kiva Hall. Jnephews... In.lieu of flowers, memorial con- Evelyn G. C.:. He was. predeceased by two sistn.b~ttons may be made. to the youth ' " ' ralg. ;.ters, Dons Howard and Marian mmlstry of one's choice or the. Age 78, of 225 West St., Ovtd,;,Mrva. Friends Fund at Friendship Village,. died Sa~rdaY, Feb. 27, 1994, a.t: 1 Mass of Christian burial will take 1400 N. Drake Rd., Kalamazoo, MI,Hazel Ftndla~ Country Manor, St.,:place 11 a.m. Saturday, March 5, at Johns.,.!St. Stephens Catholic Church, Arrangements by the Truesdale-. Mrs. Craig retired from M.M.P.A. Mackinaw St., Saginaw. Rev. Fr. Ansell Funeral Home, 5933 S. West '-Thomas Sutton will officiate with nedge Ave., Kalamazoo, MI Services will be held at Houghton burial in St. Paul's Cemetery, Chapel-Osgood, Ovid on Tuesday, Owosso. Friends may c(,(lj at the March I at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Bill Snow Funeral Home, 3775 N. Cen Seitz will officiate with burial in ter Rd. between Shattuck and Maple Grove Cemetery. Visitation McCarty, where the family will be ~iil be today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 present from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 to 9 p.m.. p.m. today and then at St. Stephen's Bill B. Coomer Age 49,. died Thursday, Dec. 15, 1994, at his home in Alvaton Ky Mr. Coomer was born in 'Ken~ tucky and had lived in Owosso for many years.. He is survived by his wife, Diane' SIX son.s, two daughters, seve~ grandchildren, his, mother, three brothers, LeQ of Kentucky, Les and 1. T., both of Owosso and one sister Mary Daley of Kentucky. ' Mr. Coomer was predeceased by two brothers and one sister A' DeWitt. ' nna Services will be held Saturday D~9. 17 at II :30 a.m. at the J c' Kirby Funeral Home, Bowiin~ Green, Kentucky. Burial will be at Alvaton Cemetery. Mrs. Craig. was born in Ovid on Catholic Church from 10 a.m. Satur Jan. 6, I ~ 16, the daughter of George day until time of mass. There will and Adeha (Nollette) Kadolph. She be a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. graduated from Ovid High School in today at the funeral home. 19~3 and lived most of her life in Those planning an expression of OVld. On March 30, 1935, she and.morials to V.N.A. Hospice. George Craig were married in An- _.. gola, Ind. He died in 1989 Survivors include: her 'brother, Lawrence Kadolph of Houghton Lake;. sister, Mlrlrgaret Keyes of Birmingham, Mich:; many nieces and'. nephews. Memorials may be made to Car-' land U.M. Church or Ovid Public Libra,ry.: sympathy may wish to consider me-

40 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Paul M. Crane Lena E. Creer William Age 65" of Six Lakes, died Friday, Age 98 of Owosso, died Tuesday (Billy) J. Cripps oct. 28, 1994, at his home. morning, Jan. 11, 1994, at the Shi~-. Age 3,1, of H?nor, and ~ resident A graveside service will be held at was see County Medical Care FactI- of Owosso unttl 1978, died early Oak Plain Cemete~y, Shafts~Llrg, ity, Corunna. Friday morning, Feb. ~5,! 994, in Tuesday at 1 p.m. with Rev. Clmton Mrs. Creer was a homemaker. Benzie County after bemg mvolved McKinven-Copus officiating.' i Services will be held at Jennings- in a snowmobile accident. Burial will be in Oak Plain \Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso,: ThefuneralforMr.Cripps.willbe Cemetery.. Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Ed-~held Monday at 1 p.m. at the There will be no visitation. ward C. Schweikert will officiate. ibennett-lonkhoff Funeral Home, Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaR- Burial will be in Hillcrest Memoriali 1417 Beulah Road, Beulah. ow,e Chapel---'-Perry, is handling Gardens. The family will meet Friends may call at the funeral arrangements.,i friends at the chapel today 2 'to 4 i home today from 7-9 p.m. " Mr. Crane was born in Ch!cago [p.m. and 7 to 9 P'l11' i Mr. Cripps, who loved fishing and Jan. 12, 1929, the son of C~cllandl Mrs. Creer was born in Mecosta snowmobiling, was born Feb. 7, Mary (Fisher) Crane... icounty, M~rch 2, 1895, the daughter 1963, in the Upper Peninsula's Man He graduated from Whltmg, In- 'of John F. and Estella I. (Theetge) istique, the son of Charles C. and diana, schools and resided the re- McLuas. She attended Big Rapids.Irene (Sebeck) Cripps. mainder of his life in the Peny area. Public Schools. She resided most of On April 7, 1990, he and Cindy On Aug. 8, 1959, he and Charlice her' adult life in Owosso. She and [Lester were married in Benzonia.. Tefft were mal1'ied in Peny. icolonel Newton Creer were mal1'ied Survivors include: His father, A veteran of the U.S. Air Force,,'in Rockford,Jan. 17, He died Charles, of Escanaba; his mother, Mr. Crane was retired from Univer- ' in May, Irene, of Beulah; his wife Cindy; sal Electric, Owosso, where he had Mrs Creer was a fomler Sunday two daughters, Crystal A.M. and been,employed for'37 years. school' teacher in the Big Rapids'Ashley M.J., at home; one son, He was a member of the National Methodist Church former member i Joshua N.J., at home; three brothers Rifle Association. of West Branch'Mothers' Club, 'and seven sisters, all formerly of Survivors include: His wife; t~o Owosso Sewing Club, and Degree!Owosso. ' sons, Joel (Lo~aine) Crane of WI 1- of Honor. Mr. Cripps was prece~ed in death liamston and paul (Sharon) Crane of Survivors include: two daughters, by a brother, Charles V.,1ll Jackson; and a grandson, Rich~rd;" 'Mrs. farlon (Ellen) Richard ofl A memorial has been esta~hshed He was predece~sed by hlspa-owosso and Mrs. Dean (Joyce) En- 'for Mr. Cripps' wife and children. rents; and brothers, Irt~II,.Edwardglish of,owosso; two sons, Neil! Interes~ed pers~ns I.nay send. their and Lawerance.,:,,)," Creer of Howell and Edward'memonal contnbuhon to: Billy J., Mem'orial contr~butj~lls are su~- (Louise) Creer of Ridgecrest, Calif.; Cripps Memorial Fund, P.O.,Box gested to the American Cancer Soc 1- a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joe (Mary) 457, Honor, MI., ety or Gratiot In-Healt~ Car~., Creer of Owosso; nine. grandch~l-,.-" C-" '. A,,' C C dren' 15 great-grandchildren; SIX LucllleM. upjt gnes,.." rane greai-great-grandchildren. : Age 62, of Owosso, died Frida) Age 98, or Owosso died, Sunday, She was predeceased by her hus- morning, Dec. 23, 1994, at Memor- Sept. 25, 1994, at Genesys Conva- band, a son Joseph, a great- ial Healthcare Center, Owosso. lescentcenter, Grand Blanc.,,grandson, a great-great-grandson, -Mrs. 'Cupit was a homemaker. Mrs. crane retir~d i'n ~ 968, after,four brothers, and three sisters. Services will oe held at Jennings- 40 years of service WIth Telrer Memorials may be Illade to,lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Packing Co. as a bookkeeper; ~Friends of Hospice or American Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1994, at 2 p.m., Services will I' be held Thursday,:,Cancer Society. Mr. Marion Ellis will officiate. Bur- Sept. 29, II, a.m. at the St. Paul ialwillbe in Hillcrest Melriorial Catholic Chuf\ch, Owosso. Fr. Larry Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be Delaney will orficiate with burial in at the/chapel' Monday, Dec. 26, Oak Hill CemetelY, Owosso. Friends 1994, 7 to 9 p.m. imay call at the Ndson-House Fun- (8 1 ) C' 'k' Mrs. Cupit was born in Bancroft, ;eral Homes, Owosso on WednesdayjAntOlnette U 0 Sl I Dec. 24, 1931, the daughter of Wi!- (frol11' 3 t05 p.nt. and 7 to 9 p.m.' Age 77, - of RHnt, formerly of liain and Hazel (Newton) Palmer. I Mrs. Crane was borl). in Owosso Owosso, died Snn~y, May L 1994, She had been a resident of Shiawas Ion March 15, 1896, the daughter orat Hurley Medical Center, Flint.,see County most of her life. She and ifrank and Carolina (Kostosch) Mrs. Csiki was born in Owosso James H. Cupit were mal1'ied in 'Schymura. She graduated fi'ol11 st. on June 15, 1916, the daughter of Durand, Oct. 28, He passed Paul Catholic School. 19nac and Maria Su10., Sh~attended away Oct. 9, f982., In 1921, she and Roscoe Crane St. Paul's Catholic School"Owosso. Mrs. Cupit was a member of the fwe~e married in Owosso. He died in' 'Survivors include: her daughter,_ Owosso V.F.W. #9455 Auxiliary ; She was 'a member of St.Joan Csiki of Flint; brother; John and Owosso American Legion #57 ;Paul's Catholic Church'Sulo of Pontiac; sisters, Mary Ta- Auxiliary.!Sufvivors include: a soi1-in~law, kacs of Flint, Stella Kervy of Foir- - Survivors include: 'seven children; j Ricliftrd Moose or Swartz Creek; iler, Julia Mahoney of Perry. several grandchildren; several lseveralf!.ieces andnephews.-~ --'- brothers, and aunt, Jean Falkinburg;, Mrs; i Crane was 'predeceased by and a special friend, Lennah Smith. j seven' sisters and one daughter, Memorials may be made to the \ Rosema'ry Moose. Lucille Cupit Fund. ' 'Memorials are suggested t.o~;the Al1'angements by Jennings-Lyons! S1. Paul's Church. Funeral Chapel, Owosso. 39

41 40 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Della Marie (Muzzy) Cummings Marguerite "Maggie" Cushman Age 83, of Owosso began hel Age 93, of' Muskegon, lonnerlyof, joyful reunion with long-lost lovee Owosso, passed away Saturday ones on Thursday, July 21, 1994, ir l1loming, April 30, 1994,al Muskc Henry Mayo Newhall' Memorial gon General Hospital. Hospital, Valencia, Calif. :-"\rs. Cushman was a holllemaker. Following a family reunion iti Services, will be held at Jennings- Owosso July loth, she and her sis- Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, ter, Doris Ticehurst, had returned to Tuesday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Earl Santa Clarita, Calif. oti July 12th: Skinner will officiate, Burial will bel Della was taken to the hospital th~ in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Vismorning of July 15th. Hation will be Tuesday, noon unlil Born on July 9, 1911, in Corunna, limy of service at the chapel. Mich., Della was the fourth child of Mrs. Cushman was born in Kut- I len born to Freddie Nelson and Flos- lawa, Ky., March 5, She re-!' sie Lavina (Speace)!'Auzzy. She atr ;sidcd most o~' her Ii re in Wisconsin tended Corunna Public Schools. Due,:and Hart, MIch. before moving to to her mother's untimely death in. Owosso in She and Merritt 1923, Della became psuedo-mother Cushman were married in Menomi-: 'to her siblings at the age of 12. 'nee, Dec. 23, He died in On Oct. 25' 1930 in Toledo' Lu-, Survivors include: two daughters, ; cas County Ohio she married'seth :Mrs. Arnold (Nancy) Edick of Mu- ' Frank L. Curtis Beecher C~mmin~s, who was in the,skegon, a~d Alyse Zahorik of San Age 92, of Owosso Township U. S. Army. After first living inj?se, Caltf.; two ~ons,.fames (Ona) died Tuesday, June 21, 1994, at his Cheyenne, Wyo., whete' Seth was CUSlll~lan of Ma~illlcz,?a. and Nel- residence.. stationed, they returned to Corunna son Cushman.~f Washmgton, D.C.; Mr. Curtis'.worked production for before Novemt)er, They re- 14 gral?dchl!dren; 29 great- Woodards ana then was a custodian sided in Corunna in the house where,grandc~r1dren; 13 great-great- for Owosso Public Schools. her husband and their four daughters,grandchlldren; a brother, Benny Services will be held Friday, 11 were born. In 1952, they mov~d to a,:ee.~?r Lakewood, Wis.; a si.ster, a.m. at the Owosso First Church of faml in Ovid and began Cummings Chllstmc Hall of Northport, Mlch~ 'the Nazarene. Pastor David Weitz Gardens, (ten acres of flowers). Fol-. She was predeceased by her hus- ;will officia~e.with burial in Oak lowing her husband's death in 1969'ib~nd, a grandson, a brother, and a :Grove Cemetery. she had resided in Ovid and Owosso sister. Friends may call at the Nelsonas. well as in Santa Clarita Calif. Mcmorials may be made to the House Funeral Homes, Owosso to-,the NewHope Fellowship 'Church/donor's choice;. day 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday 9 to 9 of Ovid is built on land given by,,p.m. with the family being present Della in memory Of her husband. from 2 to 4 p.m. and. 7 t09 p.m. During World II, Della Mr. Curtis was born in Rush worked at Redmond's. She also was' Township, Mich. on Dec. 12, 1901, employed at Thuma's Canning Fac-. the son of Charles and Delia (Horvort) Curtis. tory, Bentley Manufacturing Company and at Mitchell-Bent\ey, from He married the. former Ermyl M. which she retired in the 1970's ROWley in Corunna. Mr. Curtis attended the First when the plant shut down. Then, Church of the Nazarene. Della worked in private homes serv-. ing the elderly. and aftlicted. Survivors include: two daughters,., Della has been a good and faithful iclova Silv~mai1 of Florida, Mrs. I ' Ch' II.. Lee (Bonme).Irons of Owosso;, servant of the Lord Jesus nst a Mrs CU11llnings was predeceas d' d h'l ddt f h I '"" d' b d h f h'. e :gran c 1 ren an greao er. lie an 1m ue eac 0 cr. by her parents husband seven', d h"ld h 'ld. h ti "" d t',.' Igran c 1 ren. c I ten Wit a 1n11 loun a Ion.,brothers George in 1914 Clarence' ~K C t' d db h' '., ". I lylr. ur IS was pre ecease y IS, Surviving Della are five children: III 1977, ~Iaude m 1982, Lester in:wife, Ermyl, two daughters, Glacia!Seth and Sheila Cummings of!.1965, Damel August J972, RussellSpillance in and Cletus Wal ; Clarkston, Helen and Robert Lynch m 1981 and David in 1923 and one.dron in 1.982; a grandson; three of Ontario, Calif., Lela and Stanley. grandson..brothers and six sisters. C. Hunt, Mary Ann Sutphen ofi, FI?ral tributes will be appreciated,' Me~orials are sug~es~ed to the Owosso, Jenny and. Gary Heath of but m lieu of flowers contributions,amenean Heart ASSOCIatIon. Ovid; 24 grandchildl'en; 32 great-to the charity of one's ciloice may grandchildren and six great-great-,he made.'. grandchildren; two sisters, D~ris'. Funeral service \"iil be Sunc:lay, July (Muzzy) Ticehurst of Santa Clanta, 24,2 p.m. at the Smith Funeral Homes Calif.,. Della (Muzzy) Brown of San Kribs Chapel,Conll1na. Pastors dary Antqmo, Texas. ]Heath and Fritz Stucki will officiate with burial in Pine Tree Cemetery, Corunna. Visitation will be today 6 to 9 p.m. at.the chapel.

42 OWosso Argus-press Raymond A. Dake Orval R. Davis Charles "Tim" Current Age 63, of Byron, passed away Age 75, formerly of Auburn Age. 44, of Monroe, Oregon, Thursday, June 2,1994, at Flint Heights, died. Tuesday, May 24, passed away Friday, April 8, 1994, Osteopathic Hospital in Brownsville, Oregon. Mr. Dake had worked at the Mr. Davis was retired from Au- Mr. Current was a truck driver Chevrolet engine phlnt as an inspec- burn Metal Fab:' and auto mechanic. tor until Prior to that we Services will be held at the Har- Mr. Current was' born to Charles worked at Simplicity Engineering in old R. Davis Funeral Home, Auburn Emerson and Marilyn Louise Cur Durand. Hills on Friday, May 27 at 11 a.m.' rent in Owosso. He was raised here Services will be held at Streeter Pastor James Walker will officiate. and graduated from Cedar Lake Funeral Home, Byron, Monday, Interment will be in White Chapel Academy in He and Marietta June 6, 1994, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Memorial Cemetery, Troy. Friends Hea.vilin were married in Owosso on Paul Alger' and the Rev. Lawrence may visit at the funeral home today Oct~ 25, The couple lived in Gill will officiate. Burial will be in' from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from Grand Rapids until they moved to Argentine Cemetery. Visitation will' 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wisconsin in They moved to be today from 7 to 9 p.m. and. Mr. Davis was a 1936 graduate of Albany in 1985 and to Monroe in Sunday; 2 to 5 p.m. and 7,to 9 p.m. Corunna High School. He was a \ Memorial donations may be made veteran of World War II and partici- He was an avid outdoors man and to either the Byron Area Ambulance pated in the Battle of the Bulge. He loved to sail and ride motorcycles. Service or Byron Community Scho- was also a member of the Crosse Survivors include: his wife, Marlarship Fund..,roads F.ree Will Baptist Church. ietta Current of Monroe; a daughter, Mr. Dake was born in Millington, Survivors include: his sons,. Lisa Current of Corvallis; a son, Mich. June 17, 1930, the son of'robert G. (Rose) of Boyne City" I Charles Brian Current of Monroe' Louis and Florence (Good ham) Walter. (Gloria) of Flushing, La- his father Charles Emerson Current Dake. He has resided in the, Byron wrence E. (Linda) of Clarkston, Mi- of Owosso; two brothers, Don Daarea since 1976, moving fr0111 How- chael A. (Marcia) of Clarkston and i nie] Current of Muskegon and Roger elt. He and Rena Carnes were mar- Richard B. (Cheryle) of Auburn I Current of Lansing; his grandmother ried in Toledo, Ohio on Nov. 3" Hills; 25 grandchilpren and nine Doris Oviatt of Washougal, Wash., He attended the Nazarene great-grandchildren; brother, Floyd formerly of Owosso; also numerous churches in the area. E. of, Flint; special friend, Mary' nieces and nephews, Mr. Dake was a member of the Gordori 'of North, Carolina; special - - UAW Local #659, Flint. sister-in-law, Martha Schultz of Kenneth R. Davis Survivors include: his wife, Rena;.Pontiac. three sons, William and wife Jacquie Mr. Davis was predeceased by his! Dake of Cadillac, Thomas Dake and wife, Dorothy J. (Schultz) Davis; friend Sue of Mt. Mon'is, and Elmer' son, William R.; sister, Florence 'Dake at home; two daughters, Ms. Mallqry. Susan Fifield of Lake, Mich. and, Memorial contributions may be,mrs. Hernmn (Rita) Elston of Barry- made to the church or to the Lapeer :ton;' five grandchildren; a brother, Hospice., ' 'Samuel (Peg) Dake of Troy;,five Charles Warren -D _.. sisters, Mildred Henry of Holly, Bea, avis Age 74, of Shaftsburg Rd., Shaftsburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1994 at his home. ' Mr. Davis retired from Fisher Body in ' A graveside service will be held at Oak Plain Cemetery in Shaftsburg, Friday, Nov. II, at I p.m. ~rrangel11ents by... Dake of Gaylord; Mrs. Jack (Clara) Age 45, of Spring -Hill, Fla. died Lillian (Greilich) Daly Lebbin of Fenton, Mrs. Don (Ma- Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1994, at his rion) Thompson of Jonesboro, Ark., home. Age 76, of St. Charles died Friand Judy Tracey of Ovid; two half Me Davis was born in Durand day, July 29 at her home. brothers, Robert (Marjorie) Dake of and had 111qved to Florida nine years Services will be held 1 p.m., Mechanicsburg, Pa. and Leonard ago.' _Monday, Aug. 1, 1994 at the Misiuk Dake of Hollywood, Calif.; half si8- Mr. Davis was a truck driver: a Funeral Home, Chesaning. Rev; Jef- 'ter, Marion Cotes of Toledo, Ohio; Navy veteran of the Vietnam War: frey Williams will officiate with burseveral nieces, nephews, cousins and and a member oflhe American Leg_ial at Wildwood Cemetery, many friends. ion. He was a catholic, Chesaning. ' ' Mr. Dake was preceded in death Survivors include: hvo daughters Visitation will be at the funeral by his parents, three sons, two Michelle Ford of Sterling Heights: home today after 7 p.m. brothers, and -a sister. Marla Davis of Madison Wis' one Arrangements by Streeter Funeral granddaughter, Brittany' Ford: his Toni Loren Daniels Home, Inc., Byron. ~are~ts, Warren <lnd Lois Davis of." Age 16, of Shelbyville, Tenn. and Flonda; a brother, Gayle Davis of f~rriierly of Bancroft died Sunday Owos,so; and grandparents, Paul,and Aug. 14, 1994, as a result of an aut~,patrick M. Delay ibeatrice Cole of Durand. accident. A,ge 41, ofowqsso died Thursday,, Vallr belove,d memories. are with;,t~ni was the,daughter of Roy B. Apnl 1.4, 19~4, -tn,owosso..,us everyday father, res.l 111 peace. I '!untor" and Dianne L. (Taylor) Da- Services Will be h~ld today, Apnl,iLove you always, Michelle and l1lels of Shelbyvi1le, Tenn. ' - 16,7 p.m. at the Jenl1lngs-Lyons Fun-,Marla. Arrangements by the Gowen-Smith erai Chapel, Owosso. Friends may call Chapel, Shelbyville Tenn before the service 6 to 7 p.m. '.

43 42., Owosso Argus-press 1994 Dara JoLene Derus Duard Darling Age 87, of Lewiston died Nov. 19, 1994, at Tendercare Nursing Home in Gaylord.. Mr. Darling was bom May 24, 1907 in Owosso and had lived in Gaylord since February of He had been a resident of Lewiston for 13 years, having moved from Oak Park area. Memorial services will be held at a later date.. ~Mr.. Darling was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Darling in 1979; his secol1d wife, Beatrice Darling in 1993; and his son, John Darling of Oak Park iii June of Surviving are: daughters, Mary (Don) McLeod of Silver Springs, Anna T. (Tomandk) Fla. and Gale (Roy) Wark of HiJIde Blanc man; 13 grandchildren; three Age 15, of Grand.. Rapids; died brothers and five sisters. Thursdaymoming, Dec. 29, 1994, in Age 73, died Wednesday, Dec. Memorial contributions in honor Caledonia Township. 14, 1994, of cancer at Meadowcrest of Mr. Darling may be made to Services' will be held at Salem.Hospital, New Orleans, La.. Tendercare of Gaylord, c/o Nelson.Lutheran Church, Owosso, Saturday, Mrs. de Blanc was a retired ste~ Funeral Home, 135 N. Center, Gay- Dec. 31, 1994, at 1. p.m. The Rev. nographer and homem.aker. She.w~s lord, MI Robert P; Mueller will officiate. formerly employed With the MIChI- - Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. gan Slate Co.nservation Department. Marjorie Elizabetn The body rests at Jennings-Lyons' and Todd ShIpyards.. ; Funeral Chapel, Owosso,where) Mrs. de Blanc was bot'n 111. Dault friends may call 7to 9 p.m. today. Owosso and lived in Gretna for 45. Dara was born in Flint, Oct. 15, years. She graduated from Owosso' 1979, the daughter of Ronald J. Dec High School with the class of 1937 : tus and Nancy Fagan. She resided and during \}'orld War II she served most of her life in Owosso. Dara as a Navy Wave. loved life and writing poems. She Survivors include: her husband, had previously attended Salem Luthe- Francis X. de Blanc; two sons, Franran and Bryant Schools, and currently cis X. Jr. and Joseph de Blanc; two attending the Renaissance Montesory daughters, Renee Judkins and Susan \ School in Grand Rapids. Palm; two brothers Frank A. To- Survivors include: her mother, mancik of Baton Rouge, La., John J. Nancy L. Fagan of Grand Rapids; Tomancik of.owosso; two sisters, her father, Ronald J. (Susan) Derus Mary T. RiCe of West Laf~yette, of Davison; a sister, Tory L. Brush Ind., Josephine H. Tomanclk of of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; grand- Lansing; and seven grandchildren.. parents, John and Phyllis Fagan of Services were held Saturday, Dec. Owosso, Tony and Ann Derus of 17 in Gretna, La. Flint, Marjorie Chambers and much loved stepfather, David A. Chambers of Owosso; also numerous uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends. Memorials' may be made to the Owosso. D.A.R.B.,frogram in Dara's name. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.. '. Jobn Calvin DaVidson Age 69, of Laingsburg; died Nov. 24 at his home.., FUneral services are being held Mon., Nov. 28 a't Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. Zelma I. Davidson Age 89, of N. 36th Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. died Saturday, Jan. 8, 1994, in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Davidson worked at, A. C.;. Spark Plug during World War II, th,en taught school until her retiremerlt.. Services will be held today, weunesday, Jan. 12, 3 p.m. at the Nelsotr~ House Funeral H,?mes, Laingsbur~. The Rev. Robert Prange wi)l officiate with burial in Stillson Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today 9 a.m. until time of service. Age 67, of SLJohns died Monday evt:ning, May 16, 1994, at her4ome. Funeral services will be F~iday; May 20, at 10 a.m. at St. Johns Episcopal Church, St.' Johns: Visitation will begin today at 2 p.m. at Smith Funeral Homes, St. Johns Chapel. Driard C. Darling Age 87, of Lewiston, Mich. and formerly of Owosso and Oak Park died Saturday morning, Nov.,19, 1994 at the Tender Care Nursing Home, Gaylord. Mr. Darling was a mechanic having owned and operated' a garage in Hamtramck.. There will be nd services at this. time. Harold Dershem Age 82, of St. Johns died Wednesday evening, Jan. 19, 1994, at the Maple Valley Nursing Home, Ashley. Mr. Dershem was a retired farmer. " Funeral services will be held Sunday, 2 p.m. at the Smith Funeral, Homes, S1. Johns Chapel. The Rev. Joe Spackman will officiate with burial in Lowe Cemetery.

44 Owosso Arqus-oress 1994 Lucille H. Decker 43 Age 15,;9f Bancroft, p'~ssedaway Age 77, of Chapin, died Saturday, June 25, 1994, at her home. Mrs. Decker, who lived most of, her life on the family farm in Cha-!, pin, was a homemaker. " The service for Mrs. Dec!<.er will, be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Smith; Funeral Home, Elsie Chapel, with, the Rev. Nicholas Scroggins officiat-! ing. Burial will follow in ~~rd Cemetery in Gratiot County. VISItation at the funeral home is 2 to 9 p.m. today and Monday with the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. both days. The family suggests memorials to the American Heart Association. Mrs. Decker was born in Chesaning Oct. 14, 1916, the daughter of M ary Christina Dedic Saturday afternoon, AprlF 16,1994. Willian) I. and Maude (Hall) Age 87, of Owosso, died Friday, Services will be held at' Love HlIlborn. Nov. 4, 1994, at the Shiawassee' Funeral Home, Bancroft, Tuesday, She graduated from Elsie High County Medical Care Facility,! April 19, at 2 p.m. Burial will be)r School in 1936 and married Theo Corunna. Fremont' Cemetery, Bancroft., 't!* ';(1ore Evan Decker in Cbapin on June Mrs. Dedic was a homcmakcr and Rcv. Robert Beebe will officiate. '24, He died Oct. 13, worked for The Memorial Hospital Visitation will be today 7 to 9 p.m: ", She was a member of Chapin Un Housckeeping Department for 15 Matthew was born in Owosso, ited Methodist Church. years. July 5, 1978, the son of Dennis and Mrs. Decker is survived by a The Funeral M~ssfor Mrs. Dcdic Bette (Lowrie) DeBar. He attended daughter, HelenDecker of Chapin; ~ will be celebratcd at St. Paul schools in Bancroft and Durand, son Evan and Kathleen Decker oj Catholic Church, Owosso, Monday currently a tenth grade student in Ow~sso; two grandsons, Jeff Dec~el at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Fr. Robert Durand. of San Francisco, Calif., and Tun D. Kolenski officiating. Burial will Survivors include: his parents; Decker of Corunna; and two stepfollow in st. Paul Cemetery. The three brothers, Dennis L. and wife grandchildren, Karen Nelson of Durbody rests at Nelson-House Funeral, Kelley DeBar Jr. of Rapid City, 'and and Eric Nelson of Owosso. She H9mes, Owosso, where visitation' S.D., Michael A. DeBar of Jackson- was predeceased by her parerits and hours are today, 7 to 9 p.m., and!,ville, Fla., Darrin A. DeBar of South a sister. Svnday, 9 a.lm fo 9 p.m. The family Korea; a sister, Kelli M. DeBar, at will be present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to home; grandparents, Lucille Lowrie ", Zelnla M. Devereaux 9 p.m. The Rosary will be prayed at of Morrice and Kay Snyder of the funeral home Sunday at 3 p.m. Corunna; many aunts, uncles, and The family suggests memorials to St. 'cousins., Paul Catholic Church Altar Guild or Mel11'6dals may be,made to the to Hospice. Duranq, High School. Mrs. Dedic was born in Czechoslovakia Sept. 21, 1907, the daughter of Martin and Mary (Slovacek) Urlan E. Dean Krhovsky. She lived most of her life Age 83, of Dania, Fla. and forin Owosso. 1l1erly of Dm:and died Tuesday, Oct. She and Joseph Dedic were married in St. Paul Catholic Church, 25, 1994, at the Hollywood Medical Cenler, Hollywood; Fla. Owosso, June 21, He died Mr. Dean was co-owner of Dean June 1, Brothers Chevrolet of Durand for She was ;l member of St. Paul approximately,45' years. Catholic Church where she served Services will be held Saturday, 1 on the Altar Guild. p.m. at' the Nelson-House Funeral 'Mrs. Dedic is survived by two daughters, Mrs. James (Josephine) H0l!les, Dur~nd: Slingerland and Mrs. Duane (Mary Jane) DeFrenn and two sons, Joseph (Connie) Dedic and Stanley (Helen). )Jedic. All are of Owosso. AI~o surviving are 17 grandchildren; 29 a sisler-in-iaw, Katie Krhovsky of. great-grandchildren; a brother, Frank1oni;l. She was predeceased by aq in (Martha) Krhovsky of Owosso; and fant son, Anthony, another son, Jerry, two brothers and ;1' Sister. ". Age 86, formerly of St. Charles, ~ died Wednesday, Nov. 2, Services will be held at Walker Marlin Funeral Home, Chesaning, Sa- c turday at I p;m. ' Gary,Dean D~mkoff " Age 55, of Durand, died Saturday, Jan. 22, Mr. Dimkoff had been employed at Chevrolet V-8 Engine Plant in Flint. The funeral for Ivif. Dimkoff will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Durand. Harold-E. Dean' Age 76, of Caro, formerly 'of, Laingsburg died Thursday, Jan. 6,! " 1994, at Hurley Medical Center, Flint. i 'Graveside service will be Tuesday i atl p.m. The R~v. Edward Wilder will ~ officiate with burial in Laingsburg I Cemetery. Visitatation will be. at 11 Nelson-House Funeral HOllles, j Laingsburg this morning from 11 a.m. ~ 'until time of service. 'j

45 44 OWosso Argus-press 1994 William E. Dennis Tammy Marie DeWitt Charles T. De Voe Age 77, of 208 W High St.; Age 20, of 1424 Young St., Charles T. De Voe, 78, of Byron, Ovid, died T,!esday, Aug. 2, 1994, OW9sso, died Monday, Oct. 31, died Friday, July I, 1994, in Durand. at his residence.. }f:?4,at Memorial HeaIthd~t.e Cen- S.ervices are to be held from the Mr. Dennis was a farmer and bus fet, Owosso. 'I: Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, driver for Ovid-Elsie public schools. "Services will be held at Jennings-. Owosso, Tuesday, July 5, 1994, at 2 Services will be held at Grove. Lyons" Funeral Chapel, Owosso,. p.m. Bible Church on friday, Aug. 5 at 1 Thursday, Nov. 3, 1994, at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorp.m. Pastor Larry '~mith will offici- Mr.. Marion Ellis will officiate. Bur- ial Gardens. ate with burial in Dennis Cemetery, ial will be in Hillcrest Memdrial: Mr. De Voe was born July 29, Williamston. Visita'tion will beat Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be i 1915 in Owosso, the son of Charles Houghton Chapel, Ovid today from today 5 to 9 p.m. A.and Ruth M. (Herber) De Voe. 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 tol Miss DeWitt was bornjn'.owoss<?,.he was a graduate of Owosso 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. Jan. 24, 1974, the daughter of Sa~1 High School, class of 1934 and re- Mr. Dennis was born in William- muel and Sally (Lindsay) DeWitt. sided 1110st of his life in Byron and ston on Sept. 11, 1916, the son of She was a student at SRP and at- Owosso. Fred and Hazel (Barrett) Dennis. Hel tended Grace Bible Church. She re- He married Bertha Harvey Oct. 6, graduated from Williamston High! sided all her life in Owosso in Owosso. She died Jan. 93, School and lived most of his,life in; She participated in the Special Williamston and Ovid.,Olympics. Tammy loved everyone. He was a member of Byron Lodge On Jan 22, 1966, he and Connie] She was special to every life. she F&AM No. 80 and was a past mel11- Berry were' married in Whitehall,' touched. ber of the Odd fellows. Mich..! Survivors include: her lather, S\I- He was retired 20 years from He was affiliated with the GroveiimielDeWitt of Owosso; her. Genesee Tool and Die. Bible Church. He was a fonner Ovidjmo.ther, Sally Wrigglesworth of. Survivors include: A son, Carl Village councilman, he ser:ed onlowosso; a sister, Cindy Ann DeWitt :(and Penny) De Voe of Byron; three ltliy Ovid PianningCommis81on and.of Owosso; grandmothers, Myrtle O. daughters, Patricia (and Basil) Bowhad been head of Ovid Parks andidewitt of Owosso and Mildred ers of Byron, Ardith (and Leo) Recreation Board.,.Bunch of Owosso; aunt and uncles, Draper of Davison alid Ruth Ann,' Survivors include: his wife, Con-,Lee and William DeWitt, Buddy Lewis of Ionia; a brother, Keith (and nie three sons Mark, Craig andidewitt; and many special cousins. Marjorie) De Vbe of Lennon; a sis- Ch~rIes, all at home, two brothe~s,;she was predeceas;,d by two uncles, tel', Josephine Cross of Florida; 141 Fred Dennis Jr. and Leonard Denms,.an aunt, and two grandpas.. g ran d chi I d r en; 2 5 g rea t - both of Florida. i Memorials are' suggeste9 to the' grandchildren; many brothers-in-law, Memorials may be made to Grove)family. sisters-in-law, nephews and nieces. Bible Church Missionary Fund.'. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons He was predeceased by his palvhlurice L. Deisler,Funeral Chapel. Owosso. rents, his wife, Bertha, brother, Ken Age 69; of 742 Citrus Lane, Lady neth, sister, Charlotte Ruth who died Lake, Fla., died Tuesday, May 17, in infancy, a grandson and three great-grandsons. Mr. Dcislcr was a carpenter. Memorials may be made to Hospice Of the American Cancer Services were held in Lady Lake, Florida. Society. Mr. Deisler was born in Bryan, Ohio. He moved to Central Florida in 1989, /i'om Gulfport, Miss. Mr. Deisler was a Navy veteran Of World War II. He was a member Infant Shaun Curtis Donley Age two months, son of Mary Donley, died Thursday, Feb. 17,1994, at Sparrow Hospital, Lansing. Private visitation and graveside service v:rm be held Monday, Feb. 21, Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Arrangements by Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. of the Bapti~t church, andl a life member or the V.I'. W. in Gulfj)ort. Survivors include: his mother, June Dcisler of Owosso; his wife, Lelah May Donahue :.El1lm; a son, Bernard Allen of Rich- : niond, Va.; a daughter, Peggy Ann Age 79, of Owosso,died today rwilson of Richmond; brothers,;, Thursday, Sept. 8, 1994, at her' ;Louis of Durand, Rev. Richard or: home. :Fairmoul1t, Ind., Glenn of Ovid,' Services will be. held at Smith 1Howard of Williamston, and Harold Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel,. Cor ;6f Owosso; sisters, Carol Moore of unna,. Saturday, Sept. 10, 1994, at II iowosso, Agnes Smith of Perry, and a.m. A V.F.W. Auxiliary memorial!wava Peterson of Bau Claire, Wis.;' service will be held on\saturday at i.three grandchildren; and a great- 10:45 a.m. Burial will be in Easton. grall( 1 son.. Cemetery, New Haven Township., The family suggests memorials be The Rev. Burton Jones will officiate.,11l'i~e to Hospice of Lake and Sum- 'Visitation will be today 2 to 9 p.m. tel', Lane Park Rd., Tavares, with the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and FL '. 7 to 9 p.m.. Arrangements by Beyers Funeral Home, Lady Lake, Fla. James S.. DeWitt Age 76, of Saginaw, fomleriy of.,(;j\vosso died Wednesday, June 15, '1994, at'st. Luke's Ho~i5ital, Sagi~aw. Services will'be helu at the Delsler Funeral Home, 2233 Hemmeter Rd. (off State) Saginaw, Friday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Asa T. Compton will offici-. ate. Interment will follow at Garfi~ld Cemetery in Swan Creek TownshIp. Friends may call at the funeral ho~e after 5 p.m. today where the family will be present frum 5 to 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to The Leader Dogs for t~e BIi{ld. Chailes R. Deming Age 29, of W. Harris Rd., Brltnt, died Sunday, March 13, 1994,' at his residence.. Services will be held at Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Thursday" March 17, at I p.m. Pastor Robert Leming will officiate. Burial will be in Brant Cemetery.

46 Nelson "Sonny" Robert Demler Owosso Argus-press 1994 Doris R. Dillon Age 60, of 1704 S. M-52, Age 72, of Mile Rd., Owosso, died Tuesday, Aug. 16, Tustin, Mich. died Wednesday 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare morning, Oct. 26, 1994, at the Mun- Center, Owosso. son Medical Center, Traverse City. Mr. Demler was a truck driver in Mrs. Dillon was an elementary the cement and oil industries and school teacher, retiring from Birmost recently had been the bartender' mingham School in 19S0. for the Owosso Eagles Club. Services will be held Saturday,' Services will be held.at Nelson- Oct. 29, 1 p.m. at the South Com- House Funeral Homes Owosso this munity Methodist Church, Cadillac. evening, Aug. IS ats' p.m. The Fr. The Rev. James Grant will officiate Robert D. Kolenski will officiate with burial in Maple Hill Cemetery, with 'burial in St. Mary's Cemetery, Cadillac. Friends may call at the Muskegon. Visitation wiii be today Peterson Funeral Home, Cadillac on at 6 p.m. until time of service. There Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. will be an Eagles 'service just prior Mrs. Dillon was born Feb. 13, to th~ funeral liturgy. 1922, in Grand Rapids, the daughter Mr. Demler was born in Muske- of Arthur and Fannie (Buiten) gon on Jan. 19, 1934, the son of Heyboer. Lyle and Josephine (Secord) De- J h 8 On Sept. 1, 1951, she and Thomas mler. He graduated from St. Joseph osep.me B. Dillon i J. Dillon Jr. were united in marriage. High School, Muskegon and had Age 76, of Owosso, died Wednes- Mrs. Dillon was educated in resided in Owosso since day mqrning, Oct. 19, 1994, at' Christian schools having graduated Mr.. Demler had served in the' home. '. from Calvin College. U.S. Navy and was a member of the. Mrs. Dillon was retired from Con- An accomplished night instructor Owosso Eagles #S51.. sumers Power Co. as a lhome service ',pilot; she participated in many air Survivors include: special friend, I consultant about IS y(~llrs ago.,races. She was a member of the Patricia Mrva; one son, Nelson (Ruth) I Services will be held at Jennings-,99's, The National Women's PiI'?ts Demler of Webb City, Mo.; one Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on 10rganization and the Experimental daughter, Lori Ann Demler of! Friday at ti a.m. The Rev. Mark D.AircraftAssociation (EAA). An avid Owosso; three grandchildren; his', Miller will officiate ""ith burial in walker, she loved communing with mother, Mrs. Josephine Demler of. Pine Tree Cemetery, (~orunna. Vis- nature, studying the flora and fauna" Muskegon; one brother, Christopher iitation will be todayffom 2 to 4: reading and helping people. Demler of Mt. Pleasant; three sisters, p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Dillon was an active mem Marlene (Joseph) Carter of Lexington, Mrs. Dillon was blom in Eply, ber 0 f the South Community S.C., Mary Lynn Pickel and Jeatf Mo.'on Feb. 2, 1918, tbe daughter of Metllodist Church. Catherine (Dennis) Zietlow, both of James B. and Velma E. (Brown) Survivors include: her husband, Muskegon., Butts. She hll;d resided most of her Thomas Dillon Jr. of Tustin; a Memorials may be made to the : life in Owo~so.brother, Arthur Heyboer of Grand Ow,?sso Eagles. She was' affiliated with Trinity \ Rapids; mother-in-law, Mrs. Leona United Methodist Chulr,ch Owosso' Dillon of Cadillac; three sisters-inwas a former member of 'both SHI~ law, Mrs. Betty (Raymond) Nelson ABW A and Paul Am C; hatter Chap-! of Cadillac, Mrs. Patricia (William) ters of the American Business Wo-. Skinner of Okemos, Mrs. Susanne meri's Assoc. and was the Paul Am (Richard) Thomsen of Corunna; Woman of the Year 19'i'7-7S; was a brother-in-law, Jack and wife Ardis member of Consumers.Power Reti-' Dillon of Cadillac.' rees Club and Flint TraVlel Club. She ;,Mrs. Dillon was predeceased by was also active in the Owosso Liter-. her parents and father-in-law, Thoacy Council. mas Dillon. Survivors,include: sibters, Lillian Memorials are suggested to the Heiney of Owosso and Mrs. Lois; South Community Methodist (LeRoy) Henry of Perrinton, Mich.; ichurch. many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Dillon was predeceased by her brother, Jim Butts; sister, Sunshine Baker; brother-in-law, Llewelyn "Jack" Heiney. Memorials are sugge~ited to the' Shiawassee County Home Health! Hospice or Trinity United Methodist Church. Funeral. arrangenrlients by Jennings-Lyons Funer;a'.l Chapel, Owosso.. 45

47 46 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Roberta "Bobbie'~ (Asp) Dick Age 51, of Owosso, died Tuesday evening, July 19, 1994,in Flint. Mrs. Dick worked as an inspector for General Motors, Chevrolet Metal Fab for 26 years. 'Services will be held at St. Paul', Catholic Church' on Saturday, July 23 at 10 a.m. The Rev. Fr. Robert D. Kolenski will officiate with bur- ' ial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be at Jennings~Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso today from, 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 4 i p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A rosary will i be prayed Friday evening at 7:30 I p.m.. I Mrs. Dick was born in San Mar-I' 'cos, Tex., the daughter of Robert A. : and Betty J. (Whitney) Asp. She I, graduated from Manderville High i School and attended Baker College." She had moved to Owosso 13 years ago from Flint. On May 31, 1981, she and Joseph 1. Dick were married in Las Vegas. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Morrice and was a 'lay reader. [ Survivors include: her husband,' IJoseph Dick of Owosso; three daughters, Vicki Krueger of Flint, Mrs. Wayne (Kimberly) Brown of Lennon and Dawn Johnson of Durand; parents, Robert Asp of Flint and Betty McConn of i Owosso; ~ix stepchildren, Joyce, Carol, Joanne, Thomas, Benjamin and, Anthony; grandson, Todd Krueger; two sisters,. Mrs. Mark (Tonya) Donaldson of' Swartz Creek: and Mrs. Jerry (Carolyn) Henson of Ft. Meyers, Fla.; two brothers, Fred (Sue) Asp of Flushing and Albert (Sylvia) Bell of Flint; special friend, Beverly Hyck of,swartz Creek; mother-in-law, Amelia Turnwald of Owosso; several nieces and nephews., Memorials may be made to St.1 Mary's P.A system or M.AD.D. Funeral arrange~ents by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Gary Dean Dimkoff James Dohr Age 55, of Durand, died Saturday Age 56, of Bancroft, died Stinday i morning, January 22, 1994, at the evening, Nov. 20, 1994, at the Memor- McLaren Regional Health Center, ii}i H.ealthcare Center, Owosso. Flint. Mr. Dohr, along with his parents The funeral for Mr. Dimkoff will ~,:ned the Dohr Printing Company, be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at N'elson- F1ll1t for over 50 years and also House Funeral Homes, Inc., Durand, farmed, with Pastor Tom Anderson officiat- Services will be held at the Love ing. Burial will be in 'Greenwood Funeral Home, Bancroft on Wednes- Cemetery, Vernon. day, Nov. 23, I p.m. Pastor Leonard Friends may call at the funeral Gamber will officiate with burial in chapel from 7-9 p.m. today and 2-4 Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. Visitaand 7-9 p.m. Monday. lion will be today noon until 9 p.m. and Wednesday until time of service at the Mr. Dimkoff was born in Howell funeral home. on Sept. 16, 1938, the son of Kosta Mr. Dahl' was born in Flint on May and Rachel E. (Woodard) Dimkoff. 27, 1938, the child of Charles and Vir- A resident of Durand most of his ginia (Ronau) Dohr. He attended life, Mr. Dimkoff graduated from schools in Flint, graduated from St. Durand High School in John Vianney, Flint and attended Fer On April 12,1975, he and Char- ris State College for two years. lotte Randles were married in, He had resided most of his life in Durand. Flint and Bancroft. "On May 2, 1959, he and Patricia K. Mr. Dimkoff had been employed Tompke were maltied in Onekama, at Cheyrolet V-8 'Engine Plant in Mich. He was a life member of the Flint. N.R.A., the B.H.C.A. and a honorary He is survived by: His wife; two member of the Kentucky Colonel. He sons, Brian, who lives in the Upper also liked to hunt and fish. Peninsula and Christopher, at home;, Survivors include: his wife Pat two daughters, Mr~. Tim N. (Krys- children, David and wife Diana'Doh; tal) Therrian of Lansing and De- of Lexington, Ky., Deborah and husborah, at home; three step-sons, Mi- band Roger Kruger of Bancroft, DachaeI Henry of East Lansing, Brent niel and Shelly Dohr of Bancroft, Denand Alisande Henry of Lansing and, nis and wife Lindy Dohr of Bancroft, Bruce Henry of El Centro, Calif.; Dale D6111' of Bancroft, Diane and hustwo step-daughters, Roseann Givens band Dean Bower of Bancroft, Dalena of Ann Arbor and Mrs. Jim (Sharon) Dahl' at home; his mother, Virginia Michael of Owosso; eight grandchil- Dohr of Flint; grandchildren, Amanda, 'dren; his mother, Rachel E. Dimkoff Ryan and Hanna Kruger, Melissa and of Durand; grandmother, Florence Justin Buck, Danielle and Nathaniel Woodard of Durand; three brothers, Dohr, Krista Dohr, Dakota Dohr and igarth of San Diego, Greg and his Michael Simpson. wife Nancy of Grandville and Gray-: Mr. Dohr was predeceased by his don and his wife Jenny of Freemont; father. one sister, Diane Dimkoff and her Mel11ol'ials may be made to the,husband Ed Schwietier of Falls Juvenile Di'abetes Foundation. Church, Va.; several nieces and nephews. He was ptedeceased ey his father and a son. Memorial contributions ate sug ; giested to the. American Cancer Society.

48 Owosso Argus-press Charlotte Domine John Robert Marjory Ann Dowell Of Perry, was born July 10, 1916, Dowling Sr. Age. 65, of 9632 E. Monroe Rd., in Detroit, Mich. and passed away Age 75, of Fenton died Sunday, Durand diedwednesda:y, Oct. 5, on March2, 1994, at the Shiawassee Jan. 23, 1994, at Hurley Medical 1994, at her residence.. County Medical Care Facility,.Center, Flint.. Mrs: Dowell was'head cashier for Corunna. Mr. Dowling was retired from Carter's IGAin Durand before retir- Mrs. Domine was a mot\ler and Qeneral Motors where he worked ing in 1985:' homemaker. for 31 Yz years in the photographic Services will be held at the She and her husband Charles department. '!Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Durlived in Howell for a number of F.uneral Mass will be celebrated ;and on Friday, Oct. 7, at I p.m. years before moving to Wisconsin Thursday, Jan. 27, 10:30 a.m. at St. Paslor Tom Anderson witl officiate where they lived in Milwaukee and John The Evangelist Catholic with burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Racine until returning 10 Michigan Church, Fenton. The Rev. Fr, Robert Vernon. Friends nlay' call al the to live near their daughter, Barbara, McKeon will be the celebrant with funeral home where the family will,in Perry. burial in St. John Catholic Cemet- receive friends today 2 to 4 p.m. and Mrs, Domine was a member of. ery. Friends may call at the Sharp 7 to 9p.ln. the Redeemer Lutheran Church, Funeral Homes, Fenton Chapel, Mrs. Dowell was born in Durand; Owosso.. tooo Silver Lake Road, today from i Mich. on Jan. 27; 1949, the daughter Survivors include; her husband of 7 t? 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 2 of George Walter Kennedy and 53 years,.charles 0.; six children, to. 5 p.m. and 7 t09 p.m. A Rosary Grace L. Kisner. She graduated : Louise Elliott of Union Lake, James will be prayed 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Irom Durand High School, Class of 'E. (Linda) of' Lansing, Batbara evening at the funeral home. 1947, and had resided rilost of her (Wendell) Frever of Perry, Cynthia:. Mr. Dowling was born in Owosso, life in Durand. (John) Refieuna of Huntsville, Ala:, on June 14, 1918, the son of Sidney.. On Jan. 31, 1948, she and Freder Charles D. (Jean) of Racine, Wis., C. and Irene (Duffy) Dowling and: ick Carl Dowell were married in David (Patty) of Kenosha, Wis.; 13 resided in Fenton the last 44 years,. Durand. grandchildren; five great- coming from Owosso. He graduated Mrs. 'powell attended Durand. grandchildren; two sisters, Lorraine from St. Paul Catholic High,School First United Methodist Church, was Stell borg of Redford, Emmaline. apd attended G.M.!... a member of the. V.r.W. Auxiliary. (William) Gilkes of Howell. He and his wife Jeanette were '4005 of CorUnlia, her 'hobbies in- Memorials may be made to the. married on April 26, 1941, in c1uded traveling, camping. and bak- Alzheimers Association, Shiawassee Fepton. ing 'f9r her family and friends. County Medical Care Facility or Re- i Mr. Dowling was a member of St. Survivors. include: her hllsband, deemer Lutheran Church. John The Evangelist Catholic Fredcrick;three children, Thomas. Visitation wiii be at the Nelson- Church, the Ushers Club, the Fenton Qowell of Royal Oak, Timothy House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Moose Lodge and was a 3rd Degree ; Dowell of Denver, Colo., Mrs. John' Chapel, PelTY today 7 to 9 p.l'n. and i~ the Knights of Columbus. He was (Janet) Brady of Gaitws; two grand Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the director of the Fenton Community daughters, Mrs. Michael (Janie) Yefamily present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Center for 15 years and was a' linek of Lennon, 'Tracie Brady of,p.m. Services will be held at the photographer for the Tri-County', Swartz Creek; het" mothcr, Grace chapel Saturday, 2 p.nt. with the News.. Kennedy of Corunna; one sister, Do,! PauLLarson officiatin~. -' He enjoyed hunting, fishing, Mrs, Bruce (Dorothy) Schmidt of Th I D I music, photography, playing the or- Durand;. mother-in-law, Lula Dowell omas~. oy e gan, oil' painting, swimming, boating of Durand; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Shir~ Age 68, of Fort Wayne, Ind. and a~di traveling and was the last Bur- ley Kennedy, Mrs. Robert (Marjorie) formerly of Laingsburg and Owosso VIVll1g member of 'fhe Jack Dowling i Middleton, Mrs. Janice Hoshal all of died Friday, Dec. 31, 1993, in Fort Orchestra.. Durand; brother-in~law, Wayne and Wayne. Survivors include: wife, Jeanette;. JoAnn Dowell or Sonoma, Calif.; Mr. Doyle retired from the W. S.. two s.on8, John R. Jr. (Bob) and wife nieces and nephews. Shambam Co. in Anne Dowling of Fenton. and Dr. Mrs. Dowell was predeceased by He was a World War II Navy Gerald L. and wife Ilene Dowling of 'her father and two brothers. veteran. Bay City; one daughter, Sharon K. Memorials are suggested to Hos- Survivors include his wife, Mary and hu~band Larry Waligora of Ada; E.; sons, Thomas, James and Wil': three SIsters, Arlene,Cavanaugh of tion Army. liam, all of Indiana; sisters, Rosem- Owosso, Rosemary and husband Leo - ary Bompezzi of Owosso, Virginia Havalin of LeMesa, Calif. and Jj!an of California, Catherine Baldwin of and husband Jim Bannan of Colorado and a brother; Larry of Owosso; grandchildren, Jennifer, California; six grandchildren and Rebecca, Ryan and Sarah Dowling;. one great-grandchild.. Robert Dowling, Kathianne Harris, Mr. Doyle was predeceased by his Matthew, Keith and Breanna Waliparents, two brothers and one sister. gora; several nieces, nephews, aunts Services were held at St. Jude anti uncles. Catholic Church, Fort Wayne on Mr. Dowljng, was preceded in Jan. 4, Burial was in.st. Jude death by his daughter, Constance Cemetery... Sue Dowling and his parents. Memorials are suggested to the Allen Cancer Society. pice of Shiawassee County or Salva

49 48 Owosso Argus-press 1994, Lelah May Donahue Edna Dorothy Doyle 'Dixie L. Do' ty Age 79,,of Owosso, died today' Thursday, Sept. 8, 1994, at her Edna D?rothy Doyle, 74, of. Age 56, of 3049 S.Bard Rd., home. Owosso, died Saturday, Dec. 17, Beaverton, Mich., died Wednesday Mrs.,Donahue was a homemaker , at the Mi~higan Capital Medi- evening, Sept. 28, 1994, at the Mid Services will be held at Smith cal Center, Lansmg. '. ' Michigan Regional Medical Center, Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor- The funeral Mass will be cele_'midland, Mich.,I unna, Saturday, Sept. 10, 1994, at'11 brated at St. Joseph Catholic Chureh I Ms. Doty was aholtlemakef,and ' a.m.. A V,.F.W. Auxiliary memorial at 10 a.m. :rue.sday, I?ec. 20, h;ttl worked for Lako Products, service will be held on Saturday at Father,DavId. Fisher will officiate. Gladwin. 10:45 a.m. Burial will be in Easton ~urtal will take place at Mt. Services will be held at Sacred Cemetery, New Haven Township., Ohvet Cemetery, Laingsburg.,Heart Catholic Church, Gladwin on The Rev: Burton Jones will officiate.' The body rests at Nelson-House Saturday, Oct. I at 11 a.m.ft: Jules Visitation will be today 7 to 9 p.m., ~un~r~1 ~ome~, Owosso. Spleet will officiate with burial in and. Friday 2 to 9 p.m. with the 1 Vl~ltatlOn will b~ today between 2 Hillcrest Ml,lmorial Gardens,, family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and 9 p.m. with the family pre- Owosso.' VisitaHon will be, today, ;p.m.. serlt between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. and i from 2 to 9 p.m. at Sisson. Funeral Mrs. Donahue was born in New 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. and Monday from ' Home, Gladwin. A rosary will be Haven Township, Shiawassee 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family pre- praycd this evening at 7:30p.m. at County, Nov. 26, 1914, the daughter sent between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. and the fun\;:ralhomc... of. J:C. and Lottie May (Beamish) 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.. Ms. Doly was born in WhiUe Wdhams. She resided most of her The rosary will be prayed Mon- i more, Mich. on Sept. 18, \938, the life in Shiawassee County. She and I day at 6 p.m.. I daughtcr of Verna and Shirlcy.Col Hartley N. Donahue were married in! Mrs; Doyle was 111 Fowlerville vin. She,had, been a residcnt of Henderson, July 3, He died Sept. 5,_ 1920, the child of Lewis Gladwin since 1972 coming from. May 13, ", I Henry ~nd Elizabeth (Riepenhoff) Whittemore. Mrs. Donahue was affiliated with I Unterbnnk. " She.was, a 11lember of the Gladthc Firsf Baptist Church, Corun~a, I.She was a graduate.ofst. Paul',win Eaglcs and Sacrcd Heart and a member of V,F.W. Auxiliary I ~Ig~ School and resided most of her Catholic Church, Gladwin:' She #4005 and Owosso American Leg_l hfe III the Owosso and Laingsburg ion Auxiliary.. areas. served two terms on the Board of Education, Beaverton Schools. Survivors include: a son, Hartley! She married Edward T. Doyle at Survivol's include: thrce sons, Da-, 1. and Brenda Donahue of Owosso; St. Isadore C~urch, Laingsburg, Qct. nie} J,. of Gladwin, Timothy a daughter, Patricia abd Donald 8, He died Dec (Deonna)of Mt. Pleasant and Gary I Mielcarek of Corunna; six grand- She was a member of St. Joseph C. of Farwell; one daughter, Kitndaughters, Belinda Buckley and Catholic Church, Owosso. bevley (Michael) Murphy of Gla& Fiance Ronald Dean of Corunna She was a homemaker. win; and companion, Daniel Murphy,Pamela and Timothy Snell of Ro~, Survivors include: Three sons, of Beaverton. " chcster Hills, Laura Buckley of Cor-l John (Myrtle) Doyle; Ray (Nancy) Jvls. Doty was pred\!ceased by one unna, Vickie and Stanley johnson of Doyle and Jo~(Annette) Doyle, all granddaughter, Oliva Leigh Doty Coleman, Dawn Mielcarek of Flint of Owosso; nme grandchildren; and and her' parents'. and Alicia Granger of Owosso' tw~ SIX great-grandchildren.. AiTangemenls by Sisson Flllleral grandsons, Paul J. Donahu~ of Mrs. Doyl~ was predeceased by a Home,,Gladwin. Owosso and Frank Mielcarck of daughter, Diane Demerly on Dec. Flint; seven great-grandchildren; 1.0' 1989 and two brothers and two four sisters, Lois and Robert Burke sisters. of Corunna, Verna Harris of Memorials are suggested to St. Owosso, Marjorie Jenkinson of Cor-! Joseph Catholic Church. unna, Lottie Marie and Emil Rumisek of Ro~common; two brothers," Kenneth Drummono:, Robert and Ruth Williams of Arca- I' A~e 86, of Elsie died Tuesday; Feb. dia, Fla. and lc. and Betty Williams 22, 1994, at the Maple Valley Nursing', of Owosso. H ome, Ashley..' She was predeceased by her pa- Mr. Drummond retired from Roy-, rents.1 and a brother ' Wilmot J. cra. fit M anu f1' acturmg, Chesaning: ' W I Iiams. ' Funeral services will be held Thurs-. F' Memorials may be made to the da y, 1 p.m. at. S mit h' Funeral Homes ' I Irst Baptist Church of Corunna or I Elsie Chapel..Burial will be in North! the American Cancer Society.. Star Cemetery, North Star Mieh Vis. ita.tion will be today 2 to 9 p.m. ~t the ( chapel. '. Frances L. Duke I Age 83, of Owosso died Tuesday evening, Dec. 13, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Centcr, Owosso. Funeral services will be announced later today by Smith Funeral Homes, Owosso Chane!. ' Frances L. (Schlaack) Duke Age 83, of Owosso, died Dec. 13 at Owosso Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso: Funeral services were held at Salem Lutheran Church, Owosso. Arrangements were made by Smith Funeral Homes, Owosso. Interment at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso.

50 01VOSSO Argus-press Dorothy J. Drouillard Cecil O. Durling " Age 65, of Perry, died Saturday, Age 91, of rural Durand and April 2, 1994, at the Michigan Capi- Punta Gorda; Fla., died Monday, tol Medical Center, Pennsylvania Aug. 1, 1994, at the Flint Osleo- Campus, Lansing. pathic Hospital. The funeral will be Monday at 3 Mr. Durling worked at Durand p.m. at Nelson-House Funeral Hardware from 1924 to 1943 then Homes, Inc. Perry, with the Rev. for Simplicity from 1943 to 1968 as Tom Goupil officiating. Visitation a tool & die maker. will be Monday at the chapel from I Services will be held at Nelsonp.m. until the service. House Funeral Homes, Durand on Ms. Drouillard was born in Flint Thursday at 11 a.m. The Rev. on June 14, 1928, the daughter of Robert H. Koch will officiate with A.E. Van Tassel and Ethel L. (My burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gargrants) Van Tassel., dens, Owosso. A special masonic She graduated from Detroit service will be held Wednesday, schools and was it member of evening at 7 p.m. Visitation will be \ Bethany Baptist Church. Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ms. Drouillard worked as supervi- with the family present from 3 to 5. 'sor of hospital claitns from Fruhaul p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Co. Mr. Durling was born in Vernon Beatrice (Bea)! She is survived by: A son, Ed- Township on March 16, 1903, the ward Lee Drouillard of Perry; her son of Frederick J. and Sophrona M.' Dreuth mother; two grandchildren, David P. (Graham) Durling. He attended Dur- Age 84 of Owosso died Thurs- 'and Danya M. Drouillard; and one,and schools and had resided i.n Duri day, Sept. 29, 1994, at the St.:, brother, A.L. Van Tassel. and most of his life. : Mary's Hospital, Saginaw.." Memorial contributions are sug- On March 16, 1929, he and Dori Mrs. Dreuth was cuo'ently servmg gested to the A'lnerican Lung othy Lockwood were married in as bookkeeper for C& E Nutrition, ' Association. Brighton, Mich. in Owosso, She was previously em- Gl d - Irene Dvorak He was affiliated with the Durand " ployed at JOhl,l Wesley College, Un- a ys. 'First Congregational Church. He ion Telephone Co. and Teichert Agt' 90, formerly of Owosso died was a life member of Eastern Star Heating and Cooling.. Friday, March 11, 1994, at the Dur- #243 and the North Newburg Ma- Funeral services will be held at : and Convalescent Center, Isonic Lodge #161. the First United Methodist Church, Mrs. Dvorak, was a h?memaker. Survivors include: his wife, Dor- Owosso on Monday, Oct. 3, at 11 Services will be held Monday 2. othy; son, Wayne (Diane) Durling of a.m. The Rev. Carol ~. Johns w!ll p.m. at the Nelson-House. Funer~1 Durand; daughter, Mrs. Bob (Shir- : officiate with burial In Oak Hill Homes, Owosso. Dr. Hal Oliver WIll ley) Dingman of Lake Orion; six Cemet'ery, Owosso... officiate with burial in. Riverside grandchildren, Rodger and Dess Ba- Friends may call at the Jennlllgs- Cemetery, Henderson. Friends may eon, Rory and Tammy Durling, Lyons Funer;ll Chapel, Owosso today call at the funeral home Monday Mark and Michele Hall, Michael 3 to 5 p.m:, noon until time o( service. and Georgia Dingman, Martin and Mrs. Drenth was b9fl1 in Owosso" Mrs. Dvorak was born in Hender- Matthew Dingman; six great- Mich. on Dec. 4, 1909, the daughter: son, Jan. 15, 1904, the daughter ofrgrandchildren, Ashley, 'Jestin, Mi, of Edward and Mary Anna (Stowell)i: Otis and Ida (Parting) Mead. She caeia, Marissa, Jay and Jonathon; WinterIy. She was a graduate of attended school in Henderson. one sister and one brother., Owosso High School, Class of 1927.' On July 1, 1922, she and John J. ' Mr. Durling was predeceased by, Mrs. Dreuth was a lifelong res i- Dvorak were united in marriage. He one granddaughter and one brother. I, i dent of Owosso. On.June 20, 1931, died in 1981., Memorials are suggested to the 'she and David Dreuth' Jr. were mar- Survivors include: three sons, Durand First Congregational ried in Owosso. He passed away in Jack O. (Lois) Dvorak of Owosso, Church., I 1972.,. Gene (Virginia) Dvorak of Owosso,. Mrs. Dreuthwasa member.cif the Richard, (Sheila) Dvorak of Cor First United Methodist Church, unna; eight grandchildren,and 14 Accident served on several First United great-grandchildren.. Methodist Church committees, vol- 'Mrs. Dvorak was predeceased by unteered several hours for the.,a son, William in 1985, two sisters claims life American Red Cross and the Shia- and a brother, iwassee United Way Fund. She en- Cr()ve II a of Saginaw; four" great~ of 6... year... old,joyed playing cards, traveling, bowl- grandchildren, Nathan Hopp, Nikoing and dancing., las Hopp, Gina Carole and Jacob Survivors include: a daughter, Fisk; several niee,es, nephews and Carole Crovella <;If Saginaw; a son, 'special friends. ST. JOHNS - Still under investi Kirk Dreuth of Owosso; four grand- Mrs. Dreulh was predeceased by children, Mrs. Thomas (Tina) Fisk one son-in-law Mike, two brothers of Saginaw, Mrs. Stephen (Tracy) and two sisters., Groom of Laingsburg, Michele Memorials are suggested to the Hopp of Saginaw, Michael (Susan) First United Methodist Church and Shiawassee H ul11anesociety. gation by the Clinton County Sherif1 Department is a fatal accident whicb occurred at the corner of Wacusta rand Parks roads at 9 a.m. on Aug. 3., Six-year-old Haley Dunn of St. Tohns died as a result of injuries sus-, ained in the accident.

51 on ('I 50 owosso Argus-press 1994 Keith O. Dumond. Age 62, of Bonita Springs, Fla. died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1994 at his residence after a lengthy iii~ess. Mr. Dumond had been a resident of Bonita Springs since 1983, moving from Owosso. He was a member ofthe U. S. Marine Corps, fought in the Korean War and was a survivor of the fighting, in late 1950, around the Chosin Reservoir. He was a member ofthe "Frozen Chosin" of the U. S. Marines. Mr. and Mrs. Dumond were married Aug. 12, 1960 having" celebra,ted their 33rd wedding anmversary. Survivors include: his wife, Jennie Dumond of Bonita Springs, hisparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Dumond I of Bonita Springs; four sons, Douglas J. and Robert of Lakeland,Fla., OrrieJ. Dumond Hilda L. Dumond John of Bonita Springs and Thomas Age 86, of Bonita Springs Fla Age 83, of Bonita Springs, Fla.,. ~~ \l elina, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. died Monday Oet 'at th~ formerly of Owosso, died Friday' an ~n Wright of Ke~ai, Alaska; William & Mary Nursing HO~l1e, st.lmor~ing, Nov. 18, 1994, at North ~od.slsters, Levonne Hannah a.nd Petersburg, Fla. ICotlter Hospital, Bonita Springs. u. I ey Vaden both of ~omta Mr. Dumond had retired in Sep- Mrs. Dumond was a homemaker. Spnngs a~d fou~teen grandchtldren. tember, 1970, from General M()tol's. Se.rvices will be held at Calvary toremonal services were to be held after 21 years of service. He had Baptist Church, Owosso on Tues- Gay, Jan. ~l, at 10:30. a.m. at also worked at Bendix Fedders day, Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. Pastor Randy?spel Bapttst Churc~.wIth R~v. Midwest Abrasives and farmed 'Terrill will officiate with burial in B~llil Lytel1; Pastor officlatmg. Bunal ", < H '11 t M. I G d WI be private " Services will be held at Calvary I cres emofla ar ens, A'. Baptist Church Owosso on Friday Owosso. Visitation will be at k r,range~ents by Walter Shl Oct 28 at 2' p.m. Pastor Rand; Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapcl, Ban~ s Bomta Funeral Home, 1000 Terrill will officiate with burial in Owosso on Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m..onl~ ~ark~ay (New U.S. 41), Bo Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Visita- and Monday fr to 4 p.m. and 7 mta pnngs~!l. Hon will be at. Jennings-Lyons Fun- to 9 p.m. 0 eral Chapel, Owosso today from 7 to Mrs. ~Ulnon~ was born in Chapin pal Mae Dunham 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 TownshIp, Sagmaw County, M~ch. Ag~ 96, of Elsie died Tuesday, p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m: < : Sept. 1'.191.1, the daughte.r of Feb. 8,1994, at Maple Valley Nurs- Mr. Dumond was born in Rush.Juhus and Mmme (Cowdry) WIcke. ing Home, Ashley. Township, Mich. on June 9, 1908,1 She atte~ded ElsieSeh~ols in Brady Mrs. Dunham was a homemaker.,, the son of Harry. E. and Minnie M. Tow~shlp al1~ had resided most of Services will be held at Smith (Mitchell) Dumond. He attended ~er!tfe ~n ~hia,:"assee County, mov- ; Funeral Home, Elsie Chapel on Sa..', Carland Schools and had resided all 1I1g to Flonda 'turday, Feb. 12 at 11 a.m. The Rev.. of his life ill Shiawassee County On Oct. 28, 192~, sl~e and Orrie Fred Fischer will officiate with bur-, until moving to Florida in 1979.,Dumond. ~ere marned til Rochester. ',iai in Riverside Cemetery, Elsie. On Oct. 14, 1928, he and Hilda Colony, MIch. He passed away Oct. :Visitation will be Thursday from 7 Louise Wicke were niarried in Ro- 24, 1994.,to 9' p.m. and Friday from 2 to 9 chester Colony, Mich. Sh.e was a member of the Calvary p.m.. with the family present frorn 2 He was a member of the CalvaIY Baptist. Chllr~h, Owoss~. to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Baptist Church.. SurvIvors l11c1ude: daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Dunham was bom in Gratiot Survivors include: his ~'jfe, Hilda Roy (La Vonne) Hannah. and. Au- County, Mich. on June 29, 1897, the ;of Bonita Springs, Fla.; daughters, drey Vaden, b~th of Bonita Spnngs;daughter of George and Louisa 'Mrs. Roy (Lavonne) Hannah and 13 gra~dchtldren; 38 great-,(nels()n) Crom. She attended Elsie ~ Q) Audrey Vaden, both of Bonita.';~randc~lldren; two greal-great- :Public Schools., 0 a Springs; 13 grandchildren; 38 great- ~r~ndchlldren; brothe~s, Lawrence" On Dec. 31, 1918, she and CIif- ;>,2.g grandchildren and 2 great-great- NICkc and George WIcke.. ford Dunham were'married. He died,d Q)!:i i grandchildren..' l Mrs. Dumondwas predeceased by :in ] 10 Mr. Dumond was predeceased by her husbat~d, one son, one brother' Mrs. Dunham had resided most of ~ ~ one son, Kieth Orrie Dumond in and two SIsters. her life in the Elsie area and was a 8 $ :a 1994; two brothers and one sister.. Memorials may be made to the member of the Elsie United Method-.g. ';>'~ : Memorials may be made to the ;Amer~can Lung Assoc!at!on or the I ist Church. ' K ~ E ~ American Heart Asso. eiation or the "tmencan. Heart ASSOCIation. Survivors include' one.. d. a.ughter la '" '"Ci' F ' American Lung Association. t~ n era I a r r a ~1 g e 111 en t s by Ruth and Rolland Hankex of Elsie; ; cr'tl.~ '., "'::c- F~neral arrangement.,s by. enntngs-lyons Funeral Chapel, one so~, Emerson and Je~nDunham ~ ~ e;:>'! Jennmgs-Lyons Funeral Chapel, pwosso. of ElSIe; four grandchtldl'et:l and ~ -g ~.~ OWOSS\)o eight great-grandchildren. ~ ~.. j

52 Owosso Argus-press 'D~lpha M.. Elder Paul William Dutton Sr. Age'8i, Qf,1018 N"Washjngton St., O~osso,' formerly of Peoria~ In.,' died Wednesday, Feb. 23, '1994, at Age 84, of Durand, passed away the residence (jf her son: Monday, Feb. 28, 1994, at Memorial - Mrs: Elder was 'a homemaker., Healthcare Center, Owosso. Services' will 'be held in the chapell Mr. Dutton had been a teacher at of Parkview Cemetery, Peoria, Mon- i the college and high school level d ay, ' F e., b'. 28 " 1994',a t' 11 "a.m,' Th ' having taught drama, speech, aitd ~I, Rev. Bill Zander will officiate. Sur- I' English. He taught at Durand High,ial will be in ParKvlew C!,metery,: School from 1959 until he retired in i Peoria, There will be no visitation I,Mrs. Elder, was born in P.ays(ni", Services will be held at Durand! Ill.; 'Dec. 27, 1912, the daughte~of First United Methodist Church, Fri I Willis and Clara (peter) BQren. She; day at 1 p.m. Pastor Tom Anderson i and Lt(wis F.Elder, were' inarrie~ in! will officiate. The body will test at : Quincy" m., May 12; 1935, He pre-l the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, deceased, her. ', Durand, where the farnily will re- Mrs. Elde'r,was a member of the I: ceive friends 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9, Uniteq.Methodlst Church in Peoria, p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. also a member o( the' Caterpiliar Mr. Dutton was born in Green- Retirees Club and A.A.R.P; ville, Nov. 1, 1909, the son of the Mildred A.Dwyer Suryiv-ors include: a' daughter" Rev. Joseph and Matilda (Rix) ( R) Mrs. James (Sandra) MCinnes of Dutton. ampe ; Dallas, Texas; a,son, and his wife, Being the son of a minister, Mr. ~ Age 83, of West M-21, Owosso, Ronald and ToriiElder of Owosso: Dutton attended several schools in Township, Shiawassee, County, four grandsons 31ld llgr~ndda~ghte;' : Howell, Plymouth, Birmingham, pass,ed, away Feb. 6, 1994, at Me-'Ronald Elder 11 of Kalama~oo" Re~,Sault st. Marie,and Detroit. He monal,healthcar~ Cen~er, OW?Sso.,nee ElderCral11pt9n of Bryan,Ohio, earned his masters degree while in She was born III Kabda, Ohio, on Randall Elder of Owosso' Michael college. He had resided in Durand Dec. 8, 1910, the daughter of Her- MeIchin of Lubbock T;xas' -and since \ bert and Mary (Seifert) Rampe.Her [Steven Melchin of I Dallas" four' He was married to Gertrude Morfamilyrhoved from, Ka~ida, Ohio.ingr!!atcgranddaughtersand 2' great..,! rison, who predeceased him in : 1911 and settled on Simpson Road grandsons: Then he married PhyllisZielinski, west of Owosso. She attended the. Melnorials may be directed to' who predeceased him in Union ~chool o~ Ruess Road and!hospice, of Owosso, ' " I Mr.. Dutto~ was a past.member of St; Paul s <?athohc Sc~ool where she \ Local amingements by: graduated III 1928 With a commer-'.,. the Fust Untted Methodist Church, member of the MEA and the NEA, cial diploma. On May 31, 1933, she past board member and president of married Thomas Dwyer in St. Paul's' Laingsburg, Jonelle Panseau of Ster- the Durand School Board, and past Catholic Church and resided thereaf- ling Hts., Devin and Maxwell Ellen- member of the Optimist Chlb. ter on the family farm of berg of Corunna, Ashlyn Skornicka Survivors include: three sons, She was employeq with Universal I of Ortonville. Also survived by one Paul W. Dutton Jr. and his wife Erin Electric (MagneTek) frdm 1953 and: brother, Rudolph (Loretta) Rampe of of Ovid, David A. Dutton of Durretired ~ Owosso; one sister, Coletta (Rampe) and, and Michael Zielinski of Grand The couple was blessed with six Mahoney of Lansing. She was also Rapids; a daughter, Mrs. Tom children: Rita Marie (Edmund) survived by nieces and nephews; (Nancy) Dorey of Durand; four 'Scherer, Betty Jean Dwyer, Cathryn," She was predeceased by her hus- grandchildren; two stepgrandchil "Diane" (Larry) Riddle, Thomas iband, Thomas Dwyer on Oct. 24, dren; two great-granddaughters; a Dwyer III (infant son-deceased), Ju-,,1969, alld infant son, Thomas sister, Mrs. Ben (Helen) Batchelor dith Rae (Leo) Unterbrink all of Dwyer III. Three sisters, Jeanette of Green Bay, Wis. Owosso, and Marietta (Thomas) Kondel, Irene Dwyer and Marie He was predeceased by his pa- Ackley of Spring Lake, Mich.' Thir- Rampe also predeceased Mildred. rents and two sisters. teen grandchildren: Ray Scherer of The Funeral Mass will be cele- Memorials are suggested to the Bloomington, Minti., David Schererbrated at St.PallI'sCatholic Church, Durand-Vernon Ambulance. of Laingsburg, Janet (Scherer) Jenk- Owosso on Wednesday, Feb. 9, - ins of San Mateo, Calif., Rebecca 1994, at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Father (Riddle) Pariseau or'sterling Hts., Robert Kolenski will officiate with. Laura (Riddle) Ellenberg of Cor-,burial in St. Paul's Catholic Cemetunna, Cole,en (Riddle) Skornicka of,ery, Owosso. Relatives and (riends Ortonville, Larry Riddle Jr. of Rock-I,may call at the Nelson-House Funford i Thomas Riddle of Pinconning,,eral Homes, Owosso today from 7 to Michael, Amy, Matthew Unterbrink 9 p.m. and Tuesday l'om; 9 a.m. to 9 of Owosso, Lisa and Julie Ackley of!p.m. A Rosary will be prayed at the i Spring Lake. Nine great- :funeral home Tuesday; 7 p.m;. grandchildren: Aaron and Allison: Mrs. Dwyer was a life-long mem Scherer of Bloomington, Minn., Ka- ber of St. Paul's Catholic Church thryn, Kelly and Kevin Scherer orand St. Paul's Altar Society. ~ ~ Zelma P. Easlick Age 84, of elsie died Wednesday, April 13, 1994, at the Maple Valley Nursing Home, Ashley. Mrs. Eastick was a homemaker. Funeral services will be Saturday, 11 a.m. at Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. Visitation will be today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery, Elsie,

53 52 OW"OSSO Argus-press 1994 William L. Early Jr~ Mary L. Eddy Irene Louise Eicher Age 34, of Owosso, died Friday, Age 65, of rural Durand died Age 73, of Durand, passed away Sept. 30, 1994, at his home. Friday, March II, 1994, at the Me- Monday, March 7, 1994, at Memor- Mr. Early was employed by morial Healthcare Center, Owosso. ial Healthcare Center, Owosso. B.O.C. in Lansing. Mrs. Eddy worked as an aid and Mrs. Eicher worked as a dis- The funeral for Mr. Early will be cook for the Durandare~ and Len- patcher for the police department held Monday at I :30 p.m. at Walker-I non Schools. She also worked as a and the DV A. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning" telephone operator. Services will be held at the with the Rev." George Ward Services will be held Monday, II Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Durofficiating. i a.m. at the First Baptist Church, and, Thursday at II a.m. The Rev. Burial will be in Easton Cemetery. I Durand. Pastor Russell Park and Robi:rt fi. Koch will officiate. Burial. Visitation at the funeral home willi Pastor Terry Miller will officiate will be in Hillcrest Memorial Garbe today from 9 a.m. to 9 p.lll. and I with burial in Lovejoy Cemetery. dens Owosso. The family will re Monday from 9 a.m. until the time.! The family will meet friends at theceiv~ friends at the chapel Wednesof service. : Nelson-H0l!se Funeral Homes, Dur- day 2 to 4 p.m. and.7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Early was born Dec. 17, and today 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 2. Mrs. Eicher was born in Flint, 1959 in Flint. He was a 1979 gradu- to 4 1';m. and 7to 9 p.m. Aug. 27, 1920, the daughter of at e ~ f C he san i n g U t1 i 0 t1 Hi g h Mrs. Eddy was born in Durand on James and Blanche (Blackburn) School. Sept. 29, 1928, the daughter of Dun- Whitney. She graduated from Dur- : On April 28,1990, hc and Julie can and Goldie (Eddy) Graham. ~he and High School in She and Thiel were marricd. The coltple were graduated from.durand High. Lloyd Duane Eicher were married in ex pee tin g the i I' fi rs t e h i I din School, Class of 1946, and had re- Angola, Ind., Dec. 26, November. sided most of her tife in the Durand She was a member of Durand Mr.Eady was interested in restor- area.,. First Congregational Church. ing old ears and in woodworking. On Sept. 10; 1950, she and Frank Mrs. Eicher was very active in He is survived by: His wife, Julie; Eddy were married in Durand.. Girl Scouts, Shiawassee Vagabonds, his mother, Gerri Klein and step- Mrs. Eddy was a member of the. bible study groups at the church father; Pete, or New Lothrop; his First Baptist Church of Durand. school bus driver, DVA an'd,loved 'father, William L. Early Sr. and Survivors include: her husband, working at the Farmers' Market. step-mother,.diane, of Flint; grand- Frank of Durand; four children, Survivors include: her husband, mother Sarah Early of Burton; four Claudia Eddy of Durand, Tim Eddy Lloyd of Durand; four children, Patsisters, Teri Walker of Ovid, Cathy of Durand, Shannon Eddy of Ban- ricia,eost. of Warren, Mrs. Leslie and Bill Marks of Corunna, Renee croft, Mrs. Scott (Julie) Raysin of (Judy) Hildebrandt of Morrice, Early of Chesaning and Betty Early Homer; five grandchildren; one.robert Eicher of Ocala, Fla., and of Flint; one brother, Mike and brother, Robert and Donna Graham Deborah Eicher of Lititz, Pa.; eight Terry Early of Tennessee; and many of Durand. grandchildren, Jerry Post Jr., Mark nieces and nephews. Mrs. Eddy was predeceased by Post David Hildebrandt, Teresa Hil- He was predeceased byhis grand- two brothers and two sisters. deb:andt, Jason Eicher, Jayme father, William Elzie Early. Memorials are suggested to.the Eicher, Ty Yurkovic, and Zachary He will be sadly missed by his in- Durand First Baptist Church'Yurkovic; two sisters, Geraldine laws and friends.. Pollard Qf Flint and Sylvia COf{ of Ella M. Easterbrook Robert J. Eickholt Flint; a brother, Harold and Dorothy Age 67, ofst. Charles, passed away~whitney of Cordova, Tenn.. Age 88, of Lansing, formerly of Friday morning, March 11, 1994, at; She was p~edeceased by two ~IS- Owosso, died Nov. 16, home after a lengthy illness.,'t~rs, fern Wtlson and Opa,t HeiSS, Services were held at Palmer- Services will be held at Immaculate,~~d a br~ther, Bernard Whitney. Bush Funeral Home, Lansing on Conception Catholic Church St'" Memonals are suggested to the Nov. 18. Charles, Monday 11. a.m. The Re~. Fr:. Durand First Congregational Churc~ Mrs. Easterbrook was born in Joseph Kearns and the Rev. Fr. Henry' or the DV A. Owosso on Dec. I, 1905, the Eickholt will officiate. Burial will be',- d daughter of John and Louisa Papen- in St. Mary's Cemetery. The body will' LloydW. Eastwoo fuss. She graduated from Owosso rest at Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Age 63, of Chesaning died Saturday High School. Chesaning. Friends may call after 5 evening, Sept. 10,1994, at the Mo~a-. She was married to Ellsworth p.m.h today and all <iay QnSunday. ren Regional Medical.Center, Fltnt. Easlerbrookor Lansing, who pre- Then at the church on Monday after 1 I Mr. Eastwoodwas co-owner of Roll ceded her in death in One son, a.m. There will be a Scripture service,haven Skating Aren\l, Flint. Harold (Bob) Easterbrook also pre" Sunday at 8 p.m. and Knights of CQl- Services will beheld at the Walker~ deceased her in umbus rosary following at 8:30 p.m. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning on. Survivors include:. a son, Leroy~ Memorials may be made to the 1m- Wednesday, II'a.m.The; Rev. G.eor~e (Buster) and Maggie EasterbrQok;maculateConceptionCathoJicChurch Ward will officiate wlthburtal 111 daughter-in-law, Jo Easterbrook; onoe :01' VNA/Hospice Partners in Caring. Wildwood Cemetery. Friends may brother, Oscar Papenfuss f call todayafter.1 p.m. today and all Owosso; four sisters, Margaret day Tuesday. Gardner of Corunna, Ruth Veytruba of Mt. Pleasant, Enna.tQ t of Durand and Esther (Ed) Strieff of Owosso; thrce grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and two greatgreat-grandchildren, all of Lansing.

54 Owosso Argus-press James W. Emberton Mildred (Dottie) Ellis Age 80, of Flushing, died Mon- Age 66, devoted wife, loving day, Aug, 8, 1994, at McLaren Reg-: mother and grandmother, of Gaines ional Medical Center, Flint. Township and Swartz Creek, died Mr, Emberton was retired frolll Friday, Dec, 9, 1994, at her General Motors-IBM as a data pro- residence. cessor at Chevrolet Manufacturing Mrs. Ellis had helped run the in 1973, after 32 and one-half years family business for many years. of service, Services will be held at Sharp Services will be held at Sharp Funeral Home, 8138 Miller Rd., Funeral Home, Miller Road Chapel, Swartz Creek on Monday, Dec Miller Rd" Swartz Creek on at 1 p.m. Burial will be in Green Thursday, Aug. 11 at 1 I>.m. Burial wood Cemetery, Vernon. The family will be in Sunset Hills Cemetery. will receive friends at the funeral Friends may call at the funeral home home today and Sunday from 1 to 9 today from 1 to 9 p.m. p.m. Mr. Emberton was born in Ft. Mrs. Ellis was born in Lennon on Wayne, Ind. on Dec. 14, 1913, the March 12, 1928, the daughter of Lee sou' of Walter and Alma (Roemer) i and Harriett (Alwood) Burbank. She Emberton. He had graduated from i, had lived in Genesee and Shia)Vas Durand High School in 1932 and! see Counties most of her life. had lived in Flushing since 1984; I, On Aug. 30, 1947, she and Docoming from Flint, spending his i,'nald A. Ellis were married in Flint. winters in Safety Harbor, Fla. 'I Survivors include: her husband, He was married to Mintha Thor-,Donald; five children, Donna (Denington who preceded him in death in nis) Clishe of NOrtonville, Denis He" then married Melba Miller (Becky) Ellis, Donald (Leanne) EIin Flint. _ lis, Debbie Clark and Deanna Coo- Mr. Emberton was a member of ney, all of Owosso; 14 grandchil Trinity Unlted'Methodist Church in dren; one great-grandson; b~other, 1 Flint and a life member of Durand Rex (Libby) Burbank of Shiatown; Masonic Lodge (North Newburg) several nieces and nephews. #161. He was a member of the Flint Mrs. Ellis was predeceased by Lawn Bowlers and participated' in eight brothers and sisters. the Flint Canusa Games for the past Memorial contributions may be 12 years~,made to Genesys Hospice. Survivors include: his wife, Funeral arrangements by Sharp, Melba; son, Dick (Lois) Emberton Funeral Home, Swartz Creek. ' of Swartz Creek; three daughters" Nancy (Larry) Fitzgerald of Lennon, Susan (Warren) Staufer of Swartz Creek and Sally (Pete) Johnson of st. Ignace; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. fie was preceded in death by his first wife, his parents and sister, Eloise. Arrangements by Sharp Funeral Home, Miller Road Chapel, Swartz Creek. ; Matias Rosas Escamilla Age 62, of Chesaning, passed away Wednesday, March 16, 1994, at St. Lukes Hospital, Saginaw. Services will beheld at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Chesaning, Saturday at II a.m. The 'Rev. Fr. Jeffrey Donner will offici~ ate. Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery. The body will rest at,walker-martin Funeral Home, Chei saning, today after 7 p.m. and all day Friday, then at the church on. Saturday after 9:30 a.m. There will. be a scripture service Friday at 7:30 :p.m. Arrangements by Walker-Martin : Funeral Home. Gabriel P. Ehlert Age 21, of 611 W. Williams St?vid,.died Saturday, Dec. 17, 1994: m OVid Township. Mr. Ehlert worked in construction with Thornton Construction Co. Services will be held at Holy Family Catholic Church, Ovid, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1994, at tl a.m. Fr. Ken Coughlin will officiate. Visitation will be today &nd Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Houghton Chapel, Ovid. A "time Of reme.mbrance" will be held Tuesday eve11lng at 8:00 at the chapel. Mr. Ehlert was born in Owosso Jan. 16, 1973, the son of Richard and Bonnie (Gilliland) Ehlert. He graduat~d from Ovid-Elsie High _ School He residedi110st of hi~ life in Ovid and was'-~ffiliated With the Holy Family Catholic Church. Survivors include: his parents~ Richard and Bonnie of Ovid; three brothers, Philip, Patrick and Billy all of Ovid; two sisters, Mrs. Gayle (and Matt) Francis of Ovid and Ms. Mary Ehlert of Ovid; and his grandmother, Mrs. Maxine Mitchell of Ovid. '

55 54 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Millicent H. Eveleth Hattie (Aggie) Ellen Everett F. Ellen, Evelyn one brother; Vincent in Memorials are suggested to the St. Paul's Episcopal Church or the Corunna Historical Society. Irvin R. Evert$'. Age 72, of Z25 W. High St., Ovid died Sunday, Feb. 6, 1994, at Clinton Memorial Hospital, St. Johns. Mr. Everts was an independent truck driver. Servicesq will be held at the Houghton' Chapel, Osgood Funeral Homes, Ovid on Wednesday, Feb. 9,1 p.m. The Rev. RichardMatson will officiate' with burial in Maple Grove Cemetery. 'Memorials are suggested to the American Lung Association. ' Age 15, of Corunna died Monday, Age 92, of Levering, Mich., for ~ug. 29, 1.994, at the Genesys Reg Age 83, of Durand died Friday, nierly of Ovid died on Jan. 17,1994, Ional Medical Center, Flint. November 25, 1994 at her residence. at her residence. Mrs. Eveleth owned and operated Mrs. Everett was employed for Mrs. Evelyn was employed at Eveleth's Store in Corunna. \ several years at Geheral Motors. GTE from 1948 until she retired in Services will be held at St. Paul's' Services will be held at Nelson Episcopal Church, Corunna on Wed: House Funeral Homes, Durand, at Services will.be held at Houghton nesday, Aug. 31, 11 a.m. The Rev.. 10 a.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home in Charles Chandler will officiate with Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. The Ovid on Friday, Jan. 21, 1994, at 1 burial in ~ine Tree Cemetery, Corunna. family will receive friends 2-4 p.m. p.m. Burial will take place at Maple Fnends may call at the and 7-9 p.m. Sunday and Monday at Gro~e Ce.metery. The family will Nelson-House Funeral Homes, the Nelson-House Funeral Homes receive fnends on Wednesday and Owosso today 2 to 9 p.m. with the Durand. ' Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to, family being present 2 to 4 p.m. and Mrs. Everett was born in Harlan 9 p.m.' 7 to 9 p.m..county, Ky., on May 3, 1911, the Mrs. Evelyn was born in Gratiot I Mrs. Eveleth was born in Perry daughter of Jim and Suzanne County on Sept. 1, 1901, the Mich. on May 16, 1919, th; Slusher. She resided most of her life daughter of Julius. E. and Velta daughter of William and Barbara in Durand. (L~we).Rouse. She graduated from Ellen (Woodard) Hudson. Survivors include: daughter, Mrs. OVid HIgh School in 1919 She g~a9uated from Owosso High, Joseph (Betty) Sue Frost; four On Aug. 10, 1931, she a~d Frankgrandchildren, School In 1936 and then received Karen Grenell, Joseph lyn P. Evelyn were married in Ovid. her business degree from Cleary College. Mrs. Eveleth had resided Frost Jr., John and Leah Frost, Michael and Maria Frost; two great- He preceded her in death in ~rs.. Evelyn taught piano, was all her tife in the Owosso-Corunna gl:andchildren, Angel and Katrina; ac~lve In church activitie~ and her 'area. niece, Mrs. Richard (Florence) neighborhood. On June 5, 1941, she and Joseph Chamberlain; special great-nephew, Survivors include: two daughters R. Eveleth were' married in Bryan, Charles A. ~Tony) Cha~nberlain;' Carol LeMarble of Owosso and Mrs: Ohio. He died in Mrs. Eveleth was a member of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Corunna. She was very active in her church and community., Survivors include: her daughter,,mrs. Clark (Cindy) Long of Lennon' three sons, Thomas (Suzanne) great-great-mece, Jacquehne Cham- F.lorence M. (Don) Brice of Alma; berlain; niece, Rose Wieler; two eight grandchildren, Wesley (B.J.) great-nieces, Tina WieJer, Tammy LeMarble of Charlotte, Yvonne Bernat; great-great-niece, Christina (Matther) of Levering, W. David Bernat; great-nephew, Ronald LeMarble of Lansing, W. Daniel Wieler; nicce: Laura Pennell; great- (Thelma) LeMarble of Va., Debra n~phew, Wesley Pennell; great- Sue (Joseph) Kuntz of Ohio, Cheryl mece, Cynthia Pennell. Also surviv. L. LeMarble and Marie E. LeMarble Eveleth of Owosso, Daniel, Eveleth. in.g stepson Robert Sprague, specia: both of Owosso, Marilyn K. (John)!of Port St. Lucie, Fla., Peter (Lisa) fflend Dee, and many step grandchil Barker of Texas; seven greatdren Eveleth of Corunna; 10 grandchildren; and cousins;, " g~aildchildren, Elizabeth Blair and two brothers, Gerald (LeMae)' :Hudson of Owosso, Walden (Ouida) I Hudson of Cadillac; one sister-in- Mrs.. Everett was predeceased b) RIchard Blair of Levering, Blaire L. her husband, a brother, sisler, three ~untz of Ohio, Leslie V. and Der ; law, Mrs. Joan Easlick of Ovid' special friend, Velma Colando of Corunna. Mrs. Ev:e!eth was predeceased by ste~,s?ns and o~e step daughter. Re- flck L. LeMarbie of Owosso, Sarah mammg special friends are the L. Sonnen and Jessica E. 'Barker of spouses of Lawrence and Richard Texas. Spra~ue: ~unice and Bev Sp~agu~ Mrs. Evelyn was predeceased by and slster-1i1-law ~uby Davis.,,a brother,. Keith, in infancy. Memonal contributions may be made to the Church of Christ in st. l"hn~ Pat,ricia (Piacek) Elton Age 52, of Owosso died today, Friday, Feb. 18, 1994 at McLaren Hospital, Flint. ' Services will be held Monday, 10 a.m. at All Saint Catholic Church Pierson Rd., Flint. Friends may call at the Dodds & Dumanois Funeral Home, 901 Garland, Flint Saturday and Sunday. There will be Parish ros. ary 4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral hom~.

56 Owosso Argus-press Steven, P. Farlow - Ralph Ben Faber Savetta (Stella) A.ge 24, of Oakley died Wednes- Age 83, of 539 Martin, Owosso, Florin chi day, Oct. 12, 1994, as a result of an passed away Sunday, Jan. 9, 1994, I.' Caaccident on Oct. 1., ' "at his residence. Age 92, of Petroha, OntallO,.' Ml'; Farlow was born Aug. 24; Mr. Faber worked as a cowboy. nada, died,friday, A~,g.. 12, 19.9~, m 1970, in Owosso,the son of Paul D. He also worked in the oil fields an.d C.E.E. Petrolia Hospital m Petrolia. ~arlow of Oakley andp.eggy (Hast- in production at fac~ories. But his A Corunna resident fo.r many mgs) Farlow of Chesanmg. : greatest love was bemg a cowboy., ears, she retired from the ~Itchen at ~r., Farl~w was empl?yed at Fast] At the req~e~t ~f Mr. Fabe~, there ~hiawassee County ~edl~al Care Eddie soli, Change 10 Owosso'\will be no vlsltatton or services. if Tt (Pleasant View) Il where he was assistant manager., The family is being served by S~cIII ~ lived in Canada the last 11 Surviving besides his parents is:, Nelson-House Funeral Homes" e.la " L' F I f Ch aning \years. h " IS SIster, 'Isa, ar ow 0,es : Owosso.." I' ill be his, grandparents, Robert and Gen I Mr. Faber was born in Fairland, ServIces for Mrs. Flonllc 11 w t Farlow of Oakley; Betty and Eugene! Okla May the son of held Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 1 p.m. ~ Tolfree of West Branch; his nephew,: Jam~~ Ralph ~nd N~nnie Floren~e Jennings-~yons Fun~ralE~~sa~;fi: Hunter Den,nis;. also many aunts, un- (Roberts) Faber.,He had resided dr' m Owosso, t' B WIth rial Mr. will Mano fo 11 n ow. P' 10 liie cles and cousms.,, Owosso since July, 1993, an 10r-, cia mg.,u,. he bod ' Mr. Farlow was predeceased by, merly of Nevada and Michigan. He,Tree Cemetery., Corunna. T Ch ~ two grandparents, Robert Hastings and Lillian Richway were married in,rests a~ :Jel~nll1.gs-Lyo.ns 9 ap~l! in 1989 and.anne Farlow in Nevada in where VISitatIOn IS set foi 7 ~ 7 r~ <} Funeral serviees will be Sunday, 1 He served with the U.S. Army today and 2 to 4 p.m. an '1 _ p.m. at the Misiuk Funeral Home, during World War n.. '. p.m. on Mond.ay. The ram~~n~l~~ s. Chesaning. Fr. -Jeffrey J., Donner Survivors include: his Wife, Ltl-gests memo~lals to the will officiate' with ~urial in ~jld~ lian; three daught~rs, Mrs. ~oug, choice., ' wood Cemetery, Chesaning. Frfends (Carolyn) Atkins of Hell, MICh" Mr~. Florinchi was born 111 Roma-, may call at the lylisiuk EuneralMrs. Richard (Beverly) Johnson of nia April 14, 1902, the daughter of Home, Chesaning today 6 to 9 p.m., Perry, and Bonnie Wells of I?ayton, John and Tina Vargo. Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m" and Sun- Nev: two sons, Larry and Wife Sue Sh d 'Tlldor Florinchi were day, 8 a.m. until time of service. of p~rry Jimmie and wife Nancy of,eda? Canada I'n 1923 He died' '. '.. d'. h ".' marne III '. Memonals may be 1TI~ e to,t. e, Dayton; 15 grandcluldren; 11 great-i in trauma cenu:r at S~. Mary ~ Medical grandchildren;, two, brothers,.b.ob: She WflS a former member of St. Center" Saginaw, ~ns_tt:~~ nam~. and wife Bermce Faber of, Vl11lta" Paul Episcopal Church, Corunna. F~~, Steve Pau~ - Of Deerton, Okla., Lester ~nd wife Joan Faber of Mrs. Flotinchi is Gurvi;ed by a MIchigan, age 74, died Wednesday" California; a Sister, Mrs. Trudy Wolf n John (June) Florinchl of Cor- June 29, 1994 at his residence in of Long Beach Calif. "so '. r. '11 b ', b,unna lour datlghters, Mrs. Eva Gor- D ee rt on. F unera 1 services WI e. He was predeceased Y seven,' ' f AI' ton Ontario, Mrs. conducted 9AM Saturday, July 2,, d 't \ don 0 VlllS '\. M Don 1994 at St. Robert Catholic Church, brothers an SIS ers.,'florence Berry of C 10, rs~ and Fr. Steven Makranyi will officiate.. Pauline B Fields (Sue) zwoiensky of Owo l ssf C Burial in St. Robert Catholic Ceme- Mrs. Fred (Helen) Goett 0 Oftery. Visitation will be 5-8PM Fri-. Age 75, of Owosso and later Bat!- unna' 21 grandchildren; 46 greatday at Rossell Funeral Home. A croft, died Friday, June 10, 1994, 111 'gran'dchildren; 29 great-great Scripture Se~ce will be co~ducted Bancroft. grandchildren; and a brother.' Peter at 7:30PM Fnday. Mr. Fabian was A memorial service will be con- V rgo of St Thomas Ontano, She born in Chicago, Illinois, October ducted at the Kingdom Hall of Jeho-.,a d \~ased by' her husband, 26, 1919, the son of Peter and. [,vah's Witnesses Saturday, June 18,,wadS pre e N' k and a daughter Katrina (Kotsa) Fabian. He married Tu or,? son, IC,, ' Mary Gasparovic on May 20, 1944 rat 11 a.m,. Mary Rick. Elder Daniel Gonzales will officlin Owosso, Michigan. He lived in Deerton for the past 10 years. He previously resided in Flushil1g where he spent most of his life. He was a member of the St. Louis The King Catholic Church in Harvey. He worked on his family's agricultural farm in New Lothrop, Michigan for many years. He was employed at Fisher Body General Motors in Flint, where he was a tool and die worker for 30 years, retiring in Surviving are: wife, Mary of Deerton; 2 daughters, Mrs. James (Cathy) Hemker of St. Charles, Michigan, Mary Ann Wagner of DeertQn; 1 son, Daniel Fabian of Deerton; brother, John Fabian of Flint; sister, Margaret Jurasek of Burt, Michigan; 5 grandchildren; nieces and nephews. ROSSELL FUNERAL HOME Flushing ate and bllrial will be in Sunset Hills Cemetery. ',.., There will be no visitation. The family is being served by Nelson House Funeral Homes-Owosso. Mrs. Fields was born in Kennett, Mo., Sept. 21, 1918,the daughter of David and Lucy (Davis) Porter.. 'llclllde' Two daughters, '\ M F' ld SurViVors 1. In 1942 she and Gal : Ie s. Al (Melba) KlauS of Fenton were married in CarutherSVille, Mo. i, Mrs. T' d (Gina) Morris of Ban-,.,., and Mrs. e J AI) Hedled t. two sons Michael ( nge a A member of the Kingdom ~all c~of, of Dade' City,Fla., and Riof Jehovah's Witnesses, Mrs: FIelds Flel~~ (Carol,) Fields of Flint; 12 devoted her life to preachmg the chat d h'ldren' and two great- Good News of Jehovah'S Kingdom. grand hc'ld l, k gran c I reno b She was a homema er. S he was pred~c~ased y a daughter Bonita Gad, Mem~rial contributions are SUg~ gested to the Kingdom Hall of Jeho vah's Witnesses.

57 56 Clarence J. Fitzpatrick Owosso Argus-press 1994 Bernice R. Florian Age 83, of Shepherd, dicd Satllrd a Y, Nov., , at Shiawassee Medical Care Facility.., Bernice was a farmer's Wife, homemaker, business woman, and teacher. Funeral services were held at St. Vincent DePaul Church in Shepherd. Ray D. Ferrall Age 76, of Bannister, died Sunday, Nov. 13, Mr. Fen'aIl was a retired fanner, Services will be held at the Smitb Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, TlIesday at It a.m. Carolyn Marie Flynt, Age p3, of Owossq died Thursday, Dec. 22, 1994, at her home. Mrs. Flynn was a homemaker, had fonnerly worked for the D.M. Christian Department Store and Owosso Graphic Arts. The funeral mass will be celebrated at st. Paul Catholic Church, t Owosso on.tuesday, Dec. 27 at 10 a.m. Fr. RobertO. Kolenski will officiate with burial in St. Paul Cemetery. Friends may' ~an at the Nelson-House' Funeral Homes, Owosso 'saturday 1 to 4 p.m. and Monday 12 noon to 9 p.m. with the family being present from 2 to 4 'p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Flynn was born in Brighton, Mich. on Sept. 3, 1931, the daughter of William and Magdelene (Mellentine) Lahn~annl Shegra?uated from Owosso High School WIth 'the idass Noted New Haven farmer of rural of Owosso, passed away Tuesday, Oct. On May 29, 1950, she and Robert [8, 1994, after a brief illness. L. Flynn were married in Auburn, He and his twin sister, Florence, Ind. He died in were born Sept. 13, 1904, and were usually there at showtime to encour- Mrs. Flynn was a member of the raised on the New Haven Township age the youngsters and share the joy St. Paul Catholic Church. 'Centennial Farm where they lived. of their victoriys. He farrowed as Survivors include: two sons, Mi- The farm was homesteaded in 1867 many as seventy sows per year, and chael Flynn of Lewiston, John by their grandfather, Keame Fitzpat-. was able to save most of the baby (Judy) Flynn of St.Charles; four rick and worked by their father, pigs because of the excellent care he daughters, Mrs. Rodney (Catherine) Thomas Fitzpatrick, who died in provided both the sow and the baby Blasdel of Columbus, Ind., Mrs pigs. His pigs were always healthy Robert (Teresa) Dumond of Mr. Fitzpatrick is survived by sis- and were sought by farmers who Owosso, Mrs. Robert (Suzanne) ter, Florence; nieces, Dorcas Grebb. wanted to feed them to market t MacSuga of Flint and Sara Flynn of of Cincinnati, Barbara Jensen of weights. Owosso; 12 grandchildren and one Wisconsin, Thelma 9uarderer of Last April, the Owosso Knights of great-grandson. ". Bay City, Agatha Richardson of Columbus honored Clarence for his Mrs. Flynn was predeceased bya Westland, Sister Janice R!chardson "constancy" as having the longest daughter, ~eborah, in of Saskatc~ewan, Mary Hillman of years of service, 71 years in. th~t!'1emoflals ar~ suggested to East Lansmg, Janette Ochalek of council. He joined the Counctl m Friends of Hospice or St. Paul North Carolina, Gloria Seigna.c of 1923 at age 18, and had been a Catholic Church, Owosso. France,.Patricia Krowner of Chl1to~ dues-paying member and supporter Township and nephews, ~dw~rd RI- ever since., Florian Thomas Fleese chardson of Indiana, Arvm Rlchard- He maintained a lively sense of Age 87, of Detroit died Sunday, son.of Chesanin~ and Thomas Fitz- humor, and when asked what school t Oct. 16, 1994, in Detroit. patrick of DetrOit: There are more he graduated from he jovially an- Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, -... than 30 great-meces at~d ~re~- swered, "Easton Tech," meaning the i 10 a.m. at St. Cyril's Cath~lic Church" nephews, many of whom bye m t e former grade school on Easton Bannister., Owosso ~rea.. Road. Clarence and Florence have Visitation will be today 2 to 9 p,m. Mr: Fltzpatnck was predecea~ed been members and suppo~ters of SL 'with a Rosary being prayed1this evenb~ his 'paren.ts, Thomas. and. Eliza Paul's Catholic Church In O~osso ing at 7 p.m. at the Smith Fllneral FItzpatrIck; slst.ers Maggie Rlcha~d- their entire lives and are considered Homes, Elsie Chapel. s~n, B~ssle RIchardson and AlIce by many as living e~amples of the Fttzpatnck and brothers Thomas and b t f Christianity. Hllgh Fitzpatrick, ~ephew Rob~rt~. e~h~ Mass of Christian burial will Richardson and.meces Na~ml RI- be at st. Paul's Catholic Church, chardson, Ernestme Ku~uhs, Amy Owosso, It a.m., Thursday, October Sfllazar and Joan Goodrich. 20, Family and friends will be Clarence was well known amo~g received at Jennings-Lyons Funeral livestock producers for the quality Chapel Owosso today 2 to 4 p.m. baby pigs which he raised and sold and 7 'to 9 p.m. to area fanners, 4-H Club m~mbers'burial will be atst. Paul Cemet-' and future Farmers of Ame~lca. H.e ery, Owosso. A Rosary will be helped many youngsters W1l1 their prayed 8 p.m. this evening at first-prize blue ribbons and get Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, started in hog farming. Clarence was 0 ' wosso.

58 George W. Foreit Age 77, of Elsie, died Monday, Oct. 17, 1994, at Ingham Medical Center, Lansing. Me Foreit. farmed all his life until his retirem~nt in ', Mass will be celebrated at SL. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bannister, Thursday, Oct., 20, 1994, at 10 a.m. Rosary will be prayed Wednesday, 7:30p.,m:, at Sn~ith Funeral Homes, 1 13lsie Chapel. Burial will be in Ford, Cemetery, Gratiot County. Fr. Max Frego and Fr. R. K. LeFleur will officiate. Visitation will be at the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Foreit was born in Nenzil, Neb., April 27, 1917, the son of Albert and Barbara (Vachuska) Foreit. He graduated from Elsie High Schqol in He and Sally Chmiko were married in Bannister on Nov. 8, He resided in the Elsie area most of his life and was a member of st. Cyril's Catholic' Church, Bannister. Mr. Foreit was also a member of the Farm Bureau,' N.F.O. and Z.C.B.J. Lodge of Bannister. Survivors include: his wife, Sally Foreit of Elsie; three daughters, Karep and Cal Hornus of Corunna, Diane and Terry Loznak of Elsie, and Kathy Foreit of,grand Rapids; nine grandchildreh, Trish, Jennifer and Michael' Marsik of Corunna, Ja-' son, Sarah and Heather Loznak of Elsie, Jody Beilfuss, Melissa Bennett and Jacqueline' Vokoun of Grand Rapids; two sisters, Helen' Ross of Marysville and Lillian Pomikal. of Clio. He was predeceased by his parents, two sisters, and two brothers. Memorials may be' made to the charity of donor's choice. Owosso Argus-press 1994 Donald D. Forshee : Dr. Kenneth L. FQwler Age ~3, of Gladwin, passed away Age 75, of Durand, died Friday, Monday morning, June 6, 1994, at Sept. 23, 1994, at his residence. his residence. The funeral will be Moriday at II Mr. Forshee worked for Northern a.m. at Sharp Funeral Homcs, Rail, of Midland. Bowles-Sharp Linden Chapel, 209 E. Services will be held at the Ware- Broad St., Linden. Smith-Woolever Funeral Home in Visitation today will be from \-9 Midland, Thursday, June 9, at I p.m. p.m. Burial will be in Lee Township Burial will be in fairview Cemetery. The Rev. Henry List will Cemetery. officiate. Visitation will be Wednes- Memorial contribut ions are sugday 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and gested to the Alzheimer's Founda Thursday from noon until time of lion or Bay Valley Hospice. service. Dr. Fowler was born April 5, Mr. Forshee was born Dec. 12, 1919, in. Kennard, Ncb., the son of 1940, the son of Orvie and Marion Andrew and Olga (Larson) fowler., (Parker) Forshee. He and' Bonita' He lived in Linden for many years, McGinnis were married in Gladwin spending the last 22 years in March 20, Durand. SurVivors include: his wife, Bo- He graduated rrom Des Moines nita; four children, Cindy Forshee of College of Osteopathic Medicine and Kalamazoo, Mrs. Allen (Elizabeth) practiccd in Linden from Luft of Bancroft, Christine Culp of He also practiced at Flilit Osteo Bancroft,.and Donald D. ~orshee Jr. I,pathic Hospital for many years, of Washmgton D.C.; his mother, where he was active in the devclop Marion?avis of Mt. Pleasfll;l!; four \ ment or the/hew hospital. grandchildren;. t:vo stepehiidr~n, Dr. Fowler was a past member of Alahnda McGtnms and Catherine,Linden Kiwanis Club. McGinnis, both of Gladwin; four He is survived by; His wife, florbrothers; and a sister. ence; former wife, Milan (Mike) He was predeceased by a sister. Helmboldt; daughtel\ Suzanne (Gre Memorials may be made to the gory) Warner of Lil1(hm; son,.lohn Don D. Forshee Fund. (Diane) Fowler of Rochester Hills; step-daughter, Shirlee (John) Bowers of Kokomo,. Ind.; five grandchildren, Amy, Sara and Matthew Warner, and Adam and Jamie Fowler; two step-grandchildren. Johanna and Andrew Bowers; and sister, Lois (WiIlimn) Hildebrand of LocH, Calif. He was predeceased by two sons, Jarl1esand i\.;iiehael fowler. Michael Edwin Forbush Newborn infant son of Mark Edwin and Anne Marie (Dtinnebacke) Forbush of Thornapple Dr., Perry, died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Private family services will be held at Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. Pastor Robert D. Schoenhals will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery.. Baby Michael was born in Owosso, Feb. 23, Survivors include: his parents, Mark and Anne Marie Forbush; a sister, Cassandra Anne, at home; grandparents, Marshall and Peg Forbush of Byron and Fred and Beryl Dunnebaeke of Lansing; auhts, uncles, and cousins; also greatgrandparents, Arlene and Cecil Mitchell of Stanton. Memorials may be directed to The Birth Place at Memorial Healthcare Ce~ter, Owosso. 57

59 58 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Charles "Charlie" V.' Edward J. 111agg Margaret Ann Fouts Flagg, Age 27, of Owosso, died Satur- Age 82, of Morrice, died Sept. 2, Age 44, of Owosso, died Satur- day, Jan. 15, 19~4, in Corunna. 1994, at the Shiawassee County day, Oct. 1, 1994, at his residence. Funeral services for Mr. Flagg Medical Care Facility (Pleasant Mr. Flagg was formerly employed will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at View),Corunna. by Vaungarde, Inc., Owosso and Nelson-House Funer~1 Homes, J~c., Mrs. Fouts was a bookkeeper for Auto Carriers, Flint. Perry, with Mr. Bert Forrest officmt- Morrice Grain and Bean and also Scrvices will be held at Jennings- jng. The body will be cremated: worked as a nurse's aide. She retired Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Visitation at the chapel will be in ' Wednesday at 11 a.m. Pastor David Monday from 1-9 p.m. and Tuesday Scrvices will be held at Nelson- Weitz will officiate. Burial will be from 9-11 a.m... Housc Funeral Homes, LaRowe in Lafayette Cemetery, Gratiot Mr. Flagg was born III Owosso on Chapcl, Perry, Tuesday, Sept. 6 at County. Visitation will be at the July 6, 1966, the son of Donald and.11 a.m. Rev. Clinton McKinvenchapel Tuesday, 6 to 9 p.m. Ruth (Eamshaw) Flagg.... Copus will officiate with burial in Mr. Flagg was born in Owosso, He resided most of h.1s life I.n Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Visita- Aug. 15, 1950, the son of Virgil W. Morrice and attend MOrrice Public lion will be at the funeral home on and Audrey E. (Yerrick) Flagg. He Schools.. Sunday, 2-9 p.m. and Mond.a~ 9 graduated from Owosso' High Mr. Flagg was employed In a.ni.-9 p.m., with family recelvlllg School, Class of construction... friends from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9p.l11. A life long Owosso resident, hc He is survived by: Two sons, MI- both days. was an avid hunter, fisherman and chael and Joshua Flagg of Owosso; Mrs. Fouts was born in Colcman, enjoyed the NASCAR Internationals special friend, Cindy Coleman of Mich., on March 27, 1912, the in Brooklyn.! Owos~o; his mother, Ruth McCall of: daughter of James and Mar~ (Reid) He was a veteran of the Vietnam Morflcej three brothers, Alan of Bcll. She lived in the MOrrice area Conflict serving in,the U.S. Army. North Carolina, Eric (Patty) of for 80 years. Survivors include: his parents, Owosso, and Earl, of Owosso;?ne On Oct. 12, 1929, she and Charles Audrey E. Flagg of Gladwin and sister, Amy Flagg of North Carohna; Fouts were married in, Laingsburg. Virgil W. Flagg of Owosso; grand- several aunts and uncles.. She was a member of Perry United mother, Foryst Frazier of Gladwin; a Mr. Flagg was predeceased by his Methodist Chllrch. sister, Mrs. John (Sandra) Kirk of father. Survivors include: two daughters, Owosso; two nieces, Mrs. Leon (Ro- Memorial contributions are sug- Mrs. Gale (Lilliatl) Kingsley of Morbin) Tillitson of Owosso and Mrs. gested to the Michael and Joshua rice, Mrs. Melvin (Catherine) Thorne Faron (Kelly) Coomer of Owosso; Flagg trust fund. of Pickford; nine grandchildren; 17 two nephews, Lonnie Kirk of great-grandchildren; five great-great- Owosso and Troy Kirk of Owosso; Thomas D. Forman grandchildren. six great-nieces and great-nephews; Age 54, of Grayling died Thurs- She was predeceascd by her hustwo aunts, Mrs. George (Eleanor) day~ Oct. 20, 1994, at his residence. band, one sister and one brother. Crisp of Harrison and Loretta Flagg, Mr. FOfl1mn was employed as a Memorial contributions may be of Owosso. : diemaker for General Motors Plant made to Pleasant View, Conmna. He was predeceased by two Ull- 32 in Flint before he became ill. In des and three grandparents. 1991, he moved to Grayling from Memorials may be made to the Corunna. Shiawassee District of the Tall Pines There will be no funeral services. Council of Boy Scouts of America Mr. Fonllan was born in Saginaw, or to the family. Mich. on Aug. 27, 1940, the son of John and Dorothy (Augustine) Fonnan. Mr. Forman was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and Knights of Columbus Council 1982, Grayling. Survivors include his wife, Sharon L. (Curtis) Forman; a daughter, Kimberly and Tony Kuchar of Corunna; a son, Jeffery and Julie Forman of Grayling; grandchildren, Jason, Joshua, Jenilee Kuchar at home; his father, John Forman and his wife Mary of Durand; a brother, Robert and Joanne Forman of Swartz Creek; a brother, Terry and Sharon Klick of Brant. Mr. Fonnan was predeceased by his mother, Dorothy (Augustine) Forman. Arrangements by the Sorenson Funeral Home, Inc. McEvers Chapel of Grayling.

60 Brian Michael Fox Owosso Argus-press 1994 Bruce Edward Fry Lillian Franks Age 82, of Durand and Byron Age 87, of Owosso died Mond,ay, area, died Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1994, Jan. 17, 1994, at the Memorial in Zephyrhills, Fla. Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Franks was retired from Mr. Fry was a retired carpenter Mid-West Abrasive, Owosso. ';ji and barber. Services will be held at SharP Services will be held Thursday, Funeral Home, Miller Rd..Chapel, Jan. 20, 11 a.m. at the Smith Funeral 8138 Miller Rd., Swartz Creek, Frj.! Home~, Owosso Chapel. Pastor Leo day, Dec. 2, at 1 p.m. Burial wiu b~. Haring will officiate with buri.al in, in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon,l Oak Hill Cemetery, Owosso. Fnends Pastor Myra Sparks will officiate.1 may call at the chapel today 9 a.m. Visitation will be Thursday 2 to 5 t" 9 p.m. with the family being d 7' t 9 I,v p.m. an, 0 p. n. present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Franks was born in Dur.and, Mr. Fry was born in O~osso, May 22, 1912, the daughter of AI Mich. on Sept. 30, 1906, the 'son ofl bert Henry and Alice. Winifred Francis and Cordelia (Big er). Fr~.l (Ramsbottom) Gooding. She lived in He had resided most of his hfe 111, Durand and Byron areas for many Owosso... i years. She was married to Charles On July 22, 1929, ~e a~d M1I1me Walters. He predeceased her in Age 12, of 5406 S. Morrice Rd., N. Speigle,;ere.marrted tn Angola;: Then she married Edward Owosso, died Monday, July 4, 1994,,Ind.. She died m 19~2. He the~! Franks. He died in at Sparrow Hospital, Lansing. ' married Helen Werner m Sh. Mrs. Franks was a past member. Brian had completed the 6th grade, died in of Durand United Methodist Church. at Morrice Elementary School. 'Mr. Fry was one of the orgamzers. Survivors include: two sons, Ri- Services will be held at Nelson- of the Shiawassee County Dog & chard and his wife Dorothy Walters House. Funeral Homes, Owosso, Gun Club and was also ~ member of: of Gaines, Charles "Jaer and his Thursday, July 7, 1994, at 11 a.m. 'M.U.C..C. an~ Elks Club.. I wife Laura "Dawn" Waltel:'sof Ver The Rev. John Schneider Jr. will', Survivors 1I1.clude: one daughter, non; four grandchildren, Deborah" officiate. Burial will be in Hillcrest Joan and LoUIS Holbrook of Cor-. Jeffrey, Terry, and Sandra; six greltt~! Memorial Gilrdens. Visitation will unna; one ~on, Bruce ~us Fry oft grandchi\dren, Charles, Alan, JilIlan; be at the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. i Owosso; nt~e grandchildren; 18 Christina~ Tyler, and Holly; stepson, and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 9 great-gr~ndchlldren; two great-great-, Danny Franks of Durand; a sister, p.m.,. grandchildren. '.. Winifred Miller of Haines City, Fla; BI:ian was bom in Flint, May 25, Mr. Fry was predece~sed by his; a sister-in-law, Margie Gooding of 1982, the son of Michael and Denise parents, one daughter, Barbara Haak Gaines: brother~in-iaw, Russell (Schultz) Fox. and one sister. I Roberts' of Grand Blanc Survivors include: his parents, Memorials may be.made to the, She was predeeeasea' by a: Michael and Denise Fox; a sister, Trinity United MethodIst Church. \ daughter, Sally Ann Walters; a Jana; grandparents, Frailk and. Randall C. FrI lis ; brother, Ide Gooding; two sisters, Loretta Fox of Owosso and Delos "!Dorothy Gallagher and,elsie, and Mildred Schultz of Owosso; au- Age 35, of New Lothrop, died iroberts; and half.brother, Frank nts and uncles, Tom'(Norine) Fox of Wednesday, July 27, 1994, in Hen'ick. Coppersville, Danny (Debbie) Wells Germany. Memorial contributions may be of Florida, Rick (Jamie) Fox of Services for Mr. Fries will be held made to Duffield U~ited Methodist Owosso, Kelly (Diane) Kuechman T\lesday at 1 I a.m. at the New LO- Church, of Owosso, John (Becky) Walker of throp United Methodist Church with Owosso; Ben (Debbie) Schultz of Pastor Louis Carsten officiating. Owosso, Terry Anderson of Durand; Burial will be in Elmwood Cemeti also many cousins. ery, New Lothrop., He was predeceased by an aunt, Visitation at Whelpley-Martin 'Bonnie Anderson. Funeral Home will be from 1-5 and Memorials may be made to the 6-9 p.m. Monday., Brian Fox Memorial Fund. Mr. Fries was born in Flint Feb. 17, 1959;tl1e son of Robeli and Dor 'othy (Kutchin) Fries., He was a 1977 graduate of New Lothrop High School and from Central Michigan University in Mr. Fries served in the U.S. Army, from , and played in a military band in Heidelberg, Ger- Survivors include: His parents; many. He was employed by the three brothers and their wives, DIA, setting up conferences for mili- 'Rdbett and Rita Fries of Midland; tary doctors and dentists. Ryan and Melinda Fries of Searsmont, Me., and Russell and Christine Fries of Montrose; one sister, Rhonda M. Baryo of Clarksville, Tenn.; several nieces and nephews. 59

61 60 Don D. Freeman On Sunday, Nov. 27, 1994, Don D. Freeman, 82, of Owosso Township went home to be with the Lord. He died at home with his family at his side. Mr. Freeman was born at home on Marcil 18, 1912, the son of Wi 1- lialn and Myrtle (Barclay) Freeman. He graduated from Ypsi lanti. Roosevelt High School in On Dec. 20, 1935, he married, Genevieve Galloway, who survives him, as does his son and daughterin-law Gordon (Donna) Freeman of Owosso; daughter, Yvonne Freeman of Jackson;' grandson Gregory (Lyn) Freeman and his much awaited great-grandson, Matthew L. Freeman, all of Owosso; a sister, Lois Roberts of Hartselle, Ala. also survives him... He was preceded in death by his sister Gayle Putnam, a brother Dorr Freeman, and half siblings, Hazel Rourke and Charles Freeman who died in World War I. Mr. Freeman was a farmer most of his life, but also worked at Owosso Public Schools and Telfer Packing., Mr. Freeman was a familiar face in local coffee' shops, iil auction circles, at sporting events, the stock yards and the Senior Center. Most will remember his Warm smile and his willingness to help... whether by word or by deed. Those who knew him and were touched by his life will greatly miss him. Funeral services will. beheld at the Jennings-Lyons Fumeral Chapel, Owosso on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1994, at 11 a.m. with Pastors Don Galardi and John Miller officiating. Owosso Argus-press 1994 Leota Freeman Albert G.,,"Tub" Frazier Age 72, of 135 W. South St., Morrice died Sunday, Jan. 9, 1~94, Age 55, of Bancroft, passed away 9:10. a.m. at Sp!lrrow Hospital, Thursday, Dec. 29, 1994, at Memor Lansmg'ial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Freeman was a homemaker Mr. Frazier was a farmer and spent and mother years at Walker Forge in Racine, Services Will be held at Nelson- 'W.. IS. House Funera I Homes, Perry on Services will be held at Love,Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 11 a.m. ~r.funeral Home, Bancroft, Mondar' Bert Forrest and ~ev. ~obert.zul?- 'Jan. 2, at I p.m. Burial will be 111 merman will officiate ":I~h ~unal ~n Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. Pas Roselawn Cemetery. Vlsltatton Will tors Robert H. Zimmerman and Ribe at the funeral home today from 2' chard Dean will officiate. Visitation to.9 p.m. and Tuesday from 9 a.m. will be Sunday 1 to 9 p.m. at the to 9 p.m. with the family present funeral home. ' from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Mr. Frazier was born in Bancroft, both days. Mar~h 5, 1939, the son of Albert Special services will be held by and Ellen (Vincent) Frazier. He atthe Rebecca Lodge... tended Byron area schools and gra- Mrs. Freeman was born in Mor- duated i~ 1957 from Byron High rice on July 17, 1921, the dau~hter School. He and Paula.R. Shafer of George and Sarah (Post) Bntten. were married in Pontiac, Aug. 31, 'She attended Morrice schools and resided there most of her life. Survivors'include: his wife, Paula; On June 8, 1940~ sh~ and Justin!a son, Gregory Frazier and special Freeman were married m the Perry friend Cathy DeSmet both of Ban United Methodist Church.. She was croft; a daught~r, Linda and~u~band affiliated with the Methodist church Doug Gamble of Westmmlster, and was a member of United Colo.; two grandsons, Jon Paul and Methodist Women's Group and Erik Scott Gamble; four brothers, loved reading. ' Russell and Lottie Frazier of Key Survivors include: three daught- Largo, Fla., Delbert and Bernice ers, Sharon (Clyde) Lewis of Perry" Frazier of Lennon, Stanley and Nancy (Richard) Ross of Gaylord, Sheryl Frazier of Bancroft, Gary and Linda (Bob) Hammond of Perry; Sue Frazier of Sparks, Nev.; two two sons, Richard (Tammy) Free- sisters, Thelma Farner of Clarkston, man of Gaines and Gary (Sherry) Susie and husband Lewis Farner of 'Freeman of Morrice; 18 grandchil-, Bancroft; a brother-in-law, Bruce dren and six great-grandchildren;' Larson of Holly. several nieces and nephews.. He was predeceased by h~s pa- Mrs. Freeman was predeceased by rents, a sister, and two mfant her husband and parents. brothers. Memorials are suggested to the Memorials may be made to the.morrice United Methodist Church.,First Congregational Church of. Bancroft. Burial will be at the New Haven Cemetery. Vistors may see the, family today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday fro1,1 2 to 4 p.m. as well as fi'oiu 7 to 9 p.m. Memorials arc suggested to the Hosl'ice pr~gr~111,

62 Owosso Argus-press Dorothy (Dottie) E. Fredrick Clifford Earl Fredrick Steven L. Fredrick. Age 76; of Durand died Monday, Age 44, of Portland, Ore., died I Ag~ 76, of Owosso, died Saturday, Ju~y 18, 1994, at. McLaren Hospital" Mondasy, Dec. 26, 1994, in morntng, January 22, 1994, at her Flint. Portland. residence. Mr. Fredrick retired from Grand Mr. Fredrick worked for The! The funeral for Mrs. Fredrick will, Tru~k Railroad after 40 years of Open Gate, Tualatin Valley.Mental be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at service. Health Center as program director. Jennings-Lyons Chapel with Rev. i Services will be held Thursday 3 A memorial service will be held i Donald Haskell officiating. Burial 'p.m. at the First Baptist Church, at Nelson-House Funeral Homes,,will be in Hillcrest Memorial Durand. Pastor Russ Park will offi-. Durand, Saturday, Jan. 7,.1995, at I! Gar~e~s... ~iate with burial at HiIlcre.s( Memor- p.m. The family will receive frie~ds,visitation at the funeral chapel : tal Gardens, Owosso. Frtends may one hour prior to time ofthe servlce'i WIll be from 7-9 p.m. today and 2-4 Icall at the Nelson-House Funeral: Mr. Fredrick was bom i~ Owosso,: and 7-9 p.m. Monday. \Homes, Durand today 7 to 9 p.m;. Dec. 31, 1949, the son of poyd and, Mrs. Fredrick was born in Ashk- land Wednesday 9 to 9 p.m. with the) Patricia (Kibby) Fredrick. He was a man, I.lI.,July 23, 1917, the daughter :family receiving friends from 2 to 4 graduate of Durand High ~c~ool, of Wtlham and Jenny (Harms)ip.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. class of He attended MIchIgan Wright. : Mr. Fredrick was bom in Hart;:!':>i:lte University and graduated from She resided most of her life in the :Mich. on Sept. 7, 1917, the son. of':,the. University of Oregon with a B.S. Owosso area.,august and Mable (Allen) Frednck. 'in social work. He moved to Oregon On Oct. 12, 1963, she and Russell ihe attended Hartland Schools and in 1976 and made Portland his home J. Fredrick were married.. /had resided most of his life in the for the last 11 years. Mrs. Fredrick was a member of idurand area., HIS hobbies were gardening and the Corunna United Methodist j Mr. Fredrick served in the U.S. 'trav l, especially enjoying the Cen Church. lanny Engineer Corps. tral bregon Coast area where he had She was a member of United i On July 26, 1989, he and Glenda lived earlier. He did volunteer work Food and Commercial Workers Un-I (Gibson) Fredrick were married in for many civic organizations and ion, Local 876 and-served as a union 1 Corunna. was on the board of directors for steward. ". Mr. Fredrick attended the First Phoenix Rising (Service Group) and She was active with the Boy Sc- Baptist Church of Durand and was a served as facilitor for support group outs of America. 1 past post commander of the Durand training for Cascade Aids Project. Mrs. Fredrick was~mployed by V.F.W. # Survivors include: his partner, the Kroger Food Stores for 30 years, Survivors include: his wife, Kenneth Guappone, M.D. of Portretiring in She served as Glenda; four daughters, Terri (Mark) land; his parents; his brothers; Ron bookkeeper and head cashier in the. Randall of Port Charlotte, Fla., Dale and Jean Fredrick of Rensselaer, dairy department. (D~:mnis) Parker of Swartz Creek, Ind., Rob and Deb (Baur) Fredrick Survivors include: One daughter, GW~~Peacock of Swartz Creek, of Durand; his sister, Debra Rathbun Miss Jorae Fredrick of Owosso; two 'Gina (Roy) Scott of Linden; one 'of Durand; 11 very special nieces sons, Walker Hall of Flushing and son, Joe F.redrick of Florida; six and nephew; and Robin Fredrick. Mark (Linda) Fredrick of Corunna;' grandchildren, Stacey Randall, Dar- Memorials are suggestyd to: Casfive step-daughters, Mrs. Jack ren Parker, Brianne and Brittne Pea-. cade Aids Project (CAP), 620 SW (Betty) Groca of Santa Rosa, Calif.,. cock, Shelbie and Sidnie Scott; four 5th Suite 300, Portland, OR 97204; Mrs. Dan (Joann) Messmer of brothers, Russel Fredrick of or to Tualatin Mental Health Center, Owosso, Mrs. Jerry (Joyce) Wagner OWOSl)O, Ralph (Dorothy) Fredrick '14600 NW Cornell Rd., Portland, of Webberville, Mrs. Michael of Durand, Gcrald Fredrick of Ver- OR 97229, designated to: The Open (Gloria) Danek of Laingsburg and non, Lloyd (Pat) Fredrick of Dur- Gate, and; four sisters, Hazel Dahl of Montague,.Genevive Frieze of Dur- and, Jessie (Bob) Peach of Brighton, Eleanor Mann of Durand. Mr. Fredrick was predeceased by three brothers and one sister. Memorials are suggested to the.mrs. Diane Reed of Owosso; five brothers, two sisters; 20 grandchildren; and one sister-in-law.. She was predeceased by her first husband, Walker O. Hall, one brother and a brother-in-law. Memorial contributions are sug-, gested to the family, or to the Boy family. Scout Troop of the Corunna United Methodist Church.

63 62 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Opal Froehlich Nan Freshour William E. FreUtz Age 92, of Owosso died Saturday Age SO, of Owosso diedwednes-age 70, of Chesaning died Sun- Dec. 31, 1994, at home. day, Dec. 21, 1994, at the Shiawas-. day evening, Sept. IS, 1994, at the Mrs. Froehlich retired from Me see County Medical Care Facility, Schnepp Nursing Home, St. Louis. morial Hospital (Memorial Health- Corunna. Mr. Frelitz had been employed by care Center), Owosso as a nurse,mrs. Freshour formerly served as General Motors Fisher Guide Plant. aide in 1961, after 19 years of ser- an' accountant/secretary with t~e Services will be held at the 'vice, She previously was a cheese John Wesley College in Owosso. Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Chell1aker and owner/operator of the She was also a dental assistant for a salling on Wednesday, Sept. 21, II Platt Valley Dairies in Kearney and number of years in the Flint area. a.m. The Rev. George Ward will 'Olbbon, Neb. There will be no visitation or officiilte with burial in Wildwood Services will be held Tuesday, service. Burial will be in Maple. Cellletery, Chesaning. Friends Illay Jan. 3, 2 p.m. at the Jennings-Lyons Grove Cemetery, Mason. i call at the funeral home all day Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Pastor' Mrs. Freshour was born in Dur- today. Robert Stephan will officiate with and on Sept. 23, 1~14, the da~ghter Mr. Frelitz was born in Saginaw burial in Riverside Cemetery, Gib- of Ashley and Ethel (Strong) Price. i County on Nov, I, 1923, the son of bon, Neb. Friends may call at the She had resided in Durand most of ' Frederick O. and Bessie (Cleveland) chapel today 2 to 9 p.m. her life. I Frelitz. He had resided in the Che- Mrs. Froehlich was born May 2S, She was married to Domfld Fran- saning area his entire- life in Clark County, Granton, cis Freshour, Doctor of Veterinary Mr. Frelitz was a veteran of Wis., the daughter of John E. and Medicine. Dr. Freshour was a Lt. World War II. Esther J. (Wallace) Ferguson. She ICol. in the U.S. Army. Survivors include: one daughter,, was an Owosso resident since 1947,: Mrs. Freshour was it fonner mem- Kathy Bates of Sunfield, Mich.; two moving from Neillsville, Wis. ber of the Durand United Methodist sons, William D. and Theresa Frelitz. On Oct. 22, 1923, she and Albert Church, former volunteer for the of Chesaning, Gary and Mary Alin Froehlich were married in Granton,Gray Ladies serving military veter- Cibula of Lake Orion; four grand- Wis. i ans. She was also very active in the children, Brandy and Don, Lori and. Mrs. Froehlich was a member of 'Red Cross while living overseas in Stacey; one sister, Dorothy' Ostranthe Seventh Day Adventist Church, i Japan and Gennany during the war. del' of Chesaning; nieces, nephews Owosso and a member of the I Her parents formerly operated. and cousins. American Legion Auxiliary in Gib- ; Price's D~iry in Durand, Which was Mr. Frelitz was predeceased by bon, Neb..well known in the county for their one brother, Norman and his Survivors include: two daughters, ice ~real11 and butter. parents.,anita L. Moffatt of Vancouver, Survivors include: a daughter, Sue' Memorials may be made to the :Wash., Mrs. Dale (Patricia) Bemiss i (Karl) Krantz of Owosso; sons, Che~aning Zion Lutheran School. of Owosso; one son, Kenneth' L., Craig (Debbie) Freshour of Owosso, (Nancy) Froehlich of Owosso; 14: Dare (Carolyn) Freshour of Owosso; grandchildren; 17 great-i eight grandchildren and'two greatgrandchildren; two great-great-: grandchildren. ' grandchildren; two sisters, Louise' Mrs. Freshour was predeceased by Lerche of Owosso and Alice Qual,: her husband, Donald Freshour,' ~ey of Granton, Wis.. D.V.M. Mrs. Froehlich 'was predeceased Memorials are suggested to Re- Jy her husband, Albert, three sons spite Volunteers. of Shiawassee \ Ronald, NOllnan and Calvin, one' County. grandson, Jeff Bemiss, one. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons daughter-in-law, Betty Froehlich, i Funeral Chapel, Owosso. one granddaughter, Kim Franks, two brothers and one sister. ' Memorials are suggested to Friends of Hospice or Seventh Day Adventist Church. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons: Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Ruth Ann' Frasle Age 51, of Brant died Monday, May 9, 1994,at 10 a.m. Rtlth Ann Bassett was born Feb. 22, 1943, in Breckinridge. Mrs. Frasle was a homemaker, }Vas active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latte'r Day Saints, and was a Cub Scout leader in the Shiawassee DistriCt, Tall Pine Council for many years. On Aug. 27, 1966, she and Charlie Frasle were united in marriage. Survivors include: her husband.charlie Frasle; a sister, Dorothy (Bassett) VanHorn; brothers,' Wesley Bassett, Kenneth Bassett and Nori:nan 'Bassett; many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Frasle was predeceased by her parents.. Funeral services will beheld at. Whiting Funeral. Home, Breekinridge on Wednesday, May 11 a:t 11 a.m. Friends may call at the funeral home. today 7 to 9 p.m. 'Memorials are suggested to Friends of Hospice, c/o Memorial ;Healthcare Center, Owosso.

64 Owosso Argus-press Manuel Fuentes Iva M. Garrett Jo Ann Garrett Age 61, of Owosso died Thurs- Age 85, of Elsie, formerly of 'Age 46, of Owosso, di,ed Tucsday, day, Nov. 17, 1994, at his daughter's Rochester Colony, Duplain Town- May 24, 1994, at the Memorial residence. 'ship, Mich. died Thursday, March Healthcare 'Center, Owosso. Mr. Fuentes retired from Shiawas- 31, 1994, at McLaren Regional S~ewas a homemaker. see County Medical Care Facility Medical Center, Flint. A memorial service will be held after many years of service with the Services will be held at Duplain at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, maintcnance department. Church of Christ on Monday, April Owosso on Saturday, May 28 at I A private family service was held A at 2 p.m. Pastor Phil Beavers will 'p.m. The Rcv. John Holland will i at Nelson-House Funeral Homes,' officiate with burial in Riverside oflkiate. There will be no visitation.' Owosso. Burial has taken place at' Cemetery, Elsie. Visitation will be Jo Ann Garrett was.born in Sagi-i St. Paul Cemetery. at Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie today naw on June 17" 1947, the, daughter Mr. Fuentes was born in Mer-, frol11 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 3 to 9 i of Louis and' Sophia (Duby) Baase' cedes, Texas on Nov. 9, 1933, the p.m. with the family present from 3; Sr" She attended Saginaw schools. son of Mateo and Bernarda (Rincon),to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., She resided in Saginaw until moving Fuentes. r' Mrs. Garrett was born in Van to Qwpsso 15 years ago. ' On Sept. 10, 1966, he and Mary 'Buren County, Mich. on Dec. 24, She was affiliated with Parents Guzman were married in Owosso.,:1908, the daughter of Rev. L. A. and Wi'thout Partners, Owosso. Survivors include: his wife, Mary;' Audie (Fausnaugh) Fisher. She had S'ufvivors include: ex-spouse, three daughters, Mrs. Dan (Kris) resided most of her life in the Elsie Kenneth Garrett, of California; four Andrews, Mrs. Craig (Bel1lie) Fitz- and Flint areas. sons, Raymond W. Garrett, Richard gerald both of Owosso, Frances On May 7, 1927, she and John K. Garrett; Shannon D: Garrett, all Fuentes and her fiance Jake Fink of William Garrett were married by her of California and Robert A. (Ruth) Byron; four grandchildren, Jennifer father at Rochester Colony, Duplain Garrett of Oscoda, Mich.; two Fuentes, Autumn Andrews, Nicole Township. He dieq in daughters, Shawn R. L. Garrctt of Fuentes and Bernie Fuentes; two Mrs. Garrett was a member of the California and Heather S. L. Garrctt brothers,mr. Alex Fuentes of Hart Duplain Church of Christ.,of Owosso;' five grandchildren; her and Gebrge (Sigrid) Fuentes of, Survivors include: two daughters,! father, Louis E. Baase, Sr. of Sagi Whitehall; six sisters, Ophelia Vala- June and Cliff Helias of Skidway naw; four brothers, Kenneth W.,. : reo, Delores Fuentes both of Muske- Lake, Mich., Sue and Elbert Robin-Baase, Edward L (Rennie) Baase gon, Mrs. Lupe (Adela) Seresoroz of son of Apopka, Fla.; one son, Jr., Terry L. Baase, all of Saginaw Owosso, Connie Trevino of Florida'iRoderick and Patricia Garrett of and Timothy (Kim) Baase of Ken,Mrs. John (Minerva) Soliz of CalVFlint; 12grandchildren and 30 great- tllcky; two sisters, Pamela Russell of Jornia and Mrs. Rueben (Trina)grandchild'ren. Missouri and Mrs. Brian (Marcia) Giaza of Brownsville, Texas., Mrs. Garrett was predeceased by Gilman of Saginaw.., Mr. Fuentes was predeceased by:her parents, three sisters, one very,she. was predeceased by her his parents and a son, Michael dear sister-in-law and one brother. mother, Sophia. James Fuentes on June 9, i Memorials may be made to Dup- Memorials may be made' to the Memorials are suggested to the, lain Church of Christ. American C"ncer Socicty or to the Kidney Foundation. - i donor's choice:,funeral arrangc! nc l1 ts by Arlo John C.Giesken I,.. George, ' Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Age 91, of Phoenix, Ariz. and Age 35, of Houghton.Lake andpwosso. -.. formerly of Owosso died Tuesday, fo~merly of Owosso passed away \ Nev in Phoenix. ' Fnday, Oct. 28, Robert W. Garland lyl f. ~eorge 'was a :velder at an: Mr.?ieskenwas born in Owosso: A e 68, ofw. Britton Rd., Perr~, automobtle manufactuflllg plant. onapni 29, 1959, the son, of John. g'd 0 t at his Services were held at the First L. Gi~sken and Joanne (Kinunel) dledfn ay, c.,, Baptist Bible Church, Phoenix, Ariz. Gieske'll.. "..; ho~~: Garland had worked for ~2 Saturday, Dec , at noon.m,r. Glesken had ea.med, a bus1-) ears withc &,J, CommerCial Mr George was a member of the nes degree from Ferrts State Col y.....,'.., Dnveway. First BaptIst BIble Chu.rch.. leg~i'!andh~d fonnerly managed the Services will be held at Nelson- Survivors include: his Wife Ra-TaC;~11?ell III West Branch and the F I Homes LaRowe..'... 0'B R ' "H gh House unera.' chel; daughter, LIons SmIth; sons, BIg oy estaurant III,ou ton Cha ei Perr on Monday, Oct. 17 at Arthur H. and William A.; brothers, Lake. p, y William R. George and Arthur SUfvivqrs include: his parents also II ~.m. Leroy George; 13 grandchildren; 28 of Houghton lake; two sisters,' Mrs. great-grandchildren.,mark JK~ll1berlY) King of Owosso, Contributions are suggested to the Karen Glesken of Houghton Lake;,>- First Baptist Church, Phoenix. as wen.as two nieces, Stacy and Arrangements by the Greer- Sarah. Wilson Funeral Home, Phoenix, Private family rites have already Ariz. taken place. Memoria'l, contributions may be i made to the Michigan. Cancer, Association.

65 64 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Gary Gewirtz Michael A. Gasparovic Ag.e 50,. of W. Lovejoy Road,: Age 65, of Lennon died Monday, Perry, died Friday, Dec. 2, 1994, at Oct. 24, 1994, at Hurley Medical The Memorial Healthcare Center, Center, Flint. Owosso, after having been involved, Mr. Gasparovic worked for Fisher in an automobile crash south of the Body, Grand Blanc in the gig and, Perry-Morrice area. fixture department, retiring after 30 The funeral for Mr. Gewirtz will years of service. He also farmed in be Tuesday at I p.m. at Nelson- Venice Township all his life.. House Funeral Homes-LaRowe The funeral mass will be cele Chapel, Perry, with the Rev: MicHael brated at St. Joseph Catholic 'Black officiating. Church, Owosso on Thursday, Oct.. Burial will be in Rowley 27,11 a.m. Fr. David Fisher will l Cemetery. '. officiate with burial in Hillcrest Me "" Visitation at the funeral home will morial Gardens, Owosso.! be'today from 2-9 p.m. and Monday Friends may call at the Nelsonfrorn 9 a.m.,to 9 p.m. The family House Funeral Homes, Owosso towill be present both days~from 2-4 day 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday,9 and 7-9 p.m. a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family being Mr. Gewirtz was born in Owosso present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on March 25, 1944, the son of Frank A combined Jednota and Knights of and Geraldine (Brandt) GewiIiz. 'ColumbMs Rosary will be prayed Mary E., Gale He graduated from Durand High Wednesday 7 p.m. at the funeral School and resided much of his life home. Age 94, of Owosso, died Friday, :in the Perry area. Mr. Gasparovic was born March Sept; 30~ 1994, at hqlne;. On April 27, 1963, in Durand, he 13, 1929, in Akron, Ohio, the so~ of Mrs. Gale was employed eight and Ruth Disbrow werc married. Emerick L. and Rosalie (Popovich) years for Ypsilanti Lumber and Coal Mr. Gewirtz, a dairy fanner, was a Gasparovic. After eight years of Co., five years at O~osso Lumber. 4-H' leader,'loved auction sales, country school he graduated in 1948 and Coal C~:,,and retired/rom Mc- showing callie and traveling. from Owosso High School. He morial Hospital, Owosso, In 1961 af- Survivors include: His wife; two served four years in the U.S. Navy ter 21 years service.. sons, Gary Jr. and Bob (Kelli); during the Korean War. When he Services will be held atjennings~. i daughter, Michelle (Scott) Wilkin- returned he attended Michigan State LyonsFuneial Chapel on Tuesday, I son; two grandchildren, Stephanie University for two years. October 4, 1994; at I ~ a.m.. ~he! and Kenny; his mother; three sisters; On July 24, 1965, he and Jean Rev. Dr. H.B. Oliver Will offlcl~te nieces and nephews. Bela'nger were married at St. Miw, ith burial in Hillcrest Memonal H d db h' f: th chael's Church, Maple Grove..., '11 'b t e was pre ecease y IS a er Gardens. ',VISitatIon Wl e ad' t I Ch I an one J I" Mr. Gasparovic was a member of SIS er, u Ie. h Jennings~Lyons Funera. ape, A scholarship fund has been es- the St. Joseph Catholic Churc, Owosso, Monday, OcL 3,1994, tablished for M r. Gewirtz' Owosso, was a 40 year member of from 7-9 p.m.,grandchildren. the Knights of Columbus (4th ~e- Mrs. Gale was born in Chicago, gree), lifetime member of the Fhnt, IL, August 15, 190'0, the daughter of bel' yard until the stali of World War I V.F.W., member of Jednota Branc~ Joseph and Emina (Tilson) Gourley. II and then worked at Bendix Avia- #756 where he held offices of presl She took care of her, brqther and sis~ tion for the war effort and also at. the dent, secretary and treasurer. He was ter that followed her and at age Memorial Hospital fronnvhere she secretary of Jednota Branch #633 in eight, this became a full time job. as later retired as its bookkeeper. She Flint. Mr. Gasparovic was also a her mother -was bedridden With "had resided in the Owosso area since member of the Lucky Thirteen Motuberculosis for two years. She at- II torcycle Club of Owosso.. tended ~hicago ar:~aschools and On January 1, 1921, she and Ger- He loved racing motorcycles, w~s high school and worked at West~rn aid A Gale were married in Detroit, a cross country racer and raced 10 Electric. Upon graduation, the family Ml. He passed away January 24, the AM.A Nationals. He also loved moved to Ypsilanti where her father She was affiliated with the to hunt and polka dance. had purchased a half intere~t in a First Congregational United Church Survivors include: his wife, Jean; lumber yard. She kept the books for of Christ Owosso and the Eastern one son, Michael (Dawn) Gasparthe lumber yard and attended Cleary Star, Ow~sso. '., ovic Jr. of San Diego, Calif.; one Business College in Ypsiianti two Survivors include: two daughters,. daughter, Rosalie (Joseph) Hacker years. Soon after, she was also keep- Shirley (Mrs. JeanL.) Carpenter, of also of San Diego; one granddaughing books for a cement block manu- Harbor Springs, Mt, Doris A. Barie, ter, Shelby Therese Hacker; two facturing plant. She ultimately Jacksonville Fla.' otie son GlenA. brothers, Steven (Polly) and Anbought this business, built it. up and Gale, Clear~ater: Fla.; fi~e grand- thony Gasparovic; five sisters, sold it. sons and five granddaughters; and.: Amelia Winemiller, Clara Gaspar- In 1928, she moved to Owosso seven great-grandchildren.. ovic, Catherine Hodges,. H.elen when her father bought the Harris Mrs. Gale was predeceased. by her Horky and Frances (WIlham) Lumber Co. in Westown Owosso Joseph and renamed it Owosso Lumber & ~usb~nd, Ge, ra~d; br~her Wi)Il~.~l Mr.. Gasparovic was predeceased Coal. She stayed at her father's lum- ). ou~ ey ; an d sister ( argaret, I - by his parents, two brothers and one Ian a k o~. " sister. MemOrIals ar~ suggested to the Memorials are suggested to the Kelly Aymor Benefit Fund. st. Joseph's Educational Trust Fund.

66 Owosso Argus-press 1994 "Mandie Mae G~tchell Emma Jean Gadd Thelma M. Giesken. Age 97, of Corunna, f~rmerly of Age 64, of Gladwin, formerly of Age 81, of Chesaning, died Sun" Owosso died Monday, Oct. 10, 'Durand, died Monday, Feb. 1~, day, Aug. 7, 1994, at home. 1994, at'shiawassee County Medical 1 ~ )4, at the Flint Osteopathic Mrs. Giesken was a homemaker. Care Facility, Corunna; Hospital. Services will be held at Our Lady Mrs. Gitchell was a homemaker. Mrs., Gadd had owned and ope~- of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Services will be held at Smith ated the D and E Restaurant m I Chesaning on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor'::. Byron: She was alsl;> a bookkeeper,the Rev. Fr. Jeffrey Donner will unna Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1994, at for D~l's Wrecket Service in Dur- officiate )Vith burial in Resurrection 11 a:in. Burial will be in Oak Hill and until she retired.,cemetery. Visitation will beat Cemetery, Owosso. The Rev. David Services will be held at Streeter 'Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Che- E. Ray will officiate. Visitation will Funerafl;Iome, Byron, on Thursday, sanlng today after 7 p.m. and,all day be today from 2 to 9 p.m. : Feb; 17 'at II a.m. The Rev. Thom.as : Tuesday then at the church on Wed- Mrs. Gitchell was born in Boone, Anderson will officiate with bunal nesday after 10 a.m. There will be a Mich., Nov. 9, 1896, the daughterof in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. scripture service on Tuesday even- 'Frank and Alice (Robinson) Gard- Visitation' will be this evening from ing at 7 p.m. nero She was first marrie,d to Asa B. ' 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 11 Mrs. Giesken was born in Maple Craig. Then she.and William E. a.m. t09 p.m. Grove on Jan. 9, 1913, the daughter Gitchell were married Oct. 5, Mrs. Gadd was born in Durand on, of Louis and Barbara (Wenzlick) He died Sept. 5, 'Sept. 28, 1929, the daughter of Har- I Gross. She had resided her entire Survivors include: three daught- ; old (Sparky) and Thalma Mae I life in the Chesaning area. ers, Viola Adams of OWI;>SSO and (Steele) Johnson. ' On Feb. 16, 1939, she and Hubert friend Paul Reichert Sr., Dorothy On Aug. 14, 1948; she and De- Giesken were maltied. He prede- Perkins of Corunna, Norma and Ibert Gadd were married in Durand. ceased her on June 13, : Sherman Hazelton of Corunna; a Mrs. Gadd had resided in the She was a member of Our Lady ',daughter-in-law, Isabel Craig of East Gladwin area since July 1993, mov-' of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Lansing; 11 grandchildren; 24 greating there from Durand where she Survivors include: four daughters grandchildren; ten great-great-, had lived since She had at-, and one s~~, Mary (Kenneth) Eben- grandchildren; many nieces and tended the Oak Street Baptist! hoh of St. Charles, JoAnn (Bill) nephews. Church in Durand. Ostipow of Chesaning, Jerry (Nora), She was predeceased by her pa- Survivors include: her husband, Giesken of Chesaning, Marge Gie- rents, a son Arthur Craig in 1993, a Delbert two daughters, Cathy Lynn s~en of G, rand Rap~d, s. an~ Charlene "grand.ch q9, three brothers, and two and Ed~ard Soldan of Florida, Ms. Glesken of Chesanmg, eight grand-,sons-m-lfiw... Debr~ Gadd of Durand; two sons" children and one great-grandson; sis-' Memq1rials may be made to Shia Terry and wife Janice Gadd of Glad-I ters, ~ernarda (Harold J.) Gross of, was see Medical Care Facility. ' win, Stanley and wife Vicki Gadd of'; Chesaning, Delila Martin of Chesan- ' ". "'God'l ' Corunna' 15 ;grandchildren,. seven I ing and Magdalene (Virgil) Schlach- Allen "Ben..1 ey great~gr~ndchildren; two sisters, I ter of Detroit.. Ag~ 93, of Tucson,,Ariz., for- Mrs. Bill (Kay) McAninch of Dur- I.Mrs. Giesken was predeceased by merly of Owosso, died Wednesday and, Miss Iva Mae Johnson of D~r-i a brother and sister-in-law, Ferdi- moming, Oct. 12, 1994,,in Tucson.. arid; brother, Victor Harold and wife, nand and Armella Gross and a Mr. Gidley retired in 1969 after, 1 Martha Johnson of Durand; s,everal., b h. I F k M rtl'n and 1 ' rot er-m- aw, ran a ' 37. years of service as a sa es supernieces, nephews and cousin~. ' grandson" Christoper Ebenhoh... visor with Consumers Power Co.. I Mrs. Gadd was preceded m d~at~ Memorials may be made to VNAI :/ There will be a private bunal 'by her parents, one brother,\(lf.gtl Hospice Partners in Caring, ~ervice at a later date, The Rev. F, r. Johnson and one sister, EloIse Fit 'b Walker. Th unera arrangemen s y -, Greg Tournoux will officiate., ere Nechal. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning. will.be no visitation. Memorial donations may be madet. Mr. Gidley was born in. Shiawasto the National Kidney Foundation see County on April 30, I~OI; the of Funeral Michigan. arrangements by Streeter son of WiIli,am J. and Maggie Belle, ', M. G ffney (Ward) Gidley. Funeral Home, Byron. Anne ane. a On Oct. 14, 1922, he and Rose Age 83, of Owosso and formerly of Ann Law:cock were married. She - ;g Vern10nt died Wednesday afternoon, passed away 011 MilY 24; ~ Frances L. June 1, 1994 at the Memorial Health- He was a member of the Chnst 'i "Sa, ndy" Gilbert care Center, Owosso., Episcopal Church; a life member ofe? Mrs. Gaffney was a homemaker. Masonic Blue Lodge, #81 F.. & >::: Age 82,.wife of Eugene Gilbert, of Private funeral services will be held, A.M.; a member of O.E.S,; Shriners,& ~ Potlatch, Idaho, formerly of OWOSS?,,Saturday, 1 p.m. at the Calderm.an and Knight Templar. '. '.>-> :::: passed away Friday, Aug: 19, 1994, III Funeral Home, 56 Eastern, SamtSufvivors include: adopted clllld- ;DO Idaho. 'Johnsbury, Vermont. Burial will be in ren, Phillip (Kim) QidleyofBay i'i There were no services. Me Pleasant Cemetery, SaintrCity; Mrs, ~lbert (Judy~ ~o~ellof, ~ % Johnsbury. Owosso; nllle grandchildren, oncbj) V Memorials are suggested to the Alz- r sister; Wilma' Friday of Corunna.' ~ Oil heimers Association; Mr. Gidley was predeceased by..< g one brother William Gidley and one,' sister, Mi'~: Hen (Ve~a).Robbins. &: 65

67 66 Martha Ginther Owosso Argus-press 1994 Helena L. Goodrich Age 80, of Elsie died Wednesday,' Age 83, of 338 Prosp~ct St., Ovid, M<tY 11, 1994, at Maple \TalleYi died Monday, Sept. 19, i 1994, at Nursing Home, Ashley. Clinton Memorial Hospital, St. Mrs. Ginther was a homemaker. I Johns. Services will be held Saturday,! Mrs. Goodrich was a homemaker. May 14, 11 a.m. at the Smith Fun~ ServiCes will be held at Houghton eral, Homes, Elsie Chapel. The Rev; Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid Fred Fischer will officiate withbllrj on Friday, Sept. 23,' 1994 at 1 p.m. ial in Riverside Cemetery, Elsie; The Rev. Jeff Gundennan will offi Friends may call today 2 to,9 p.m! ciate with burial in Middlebury with the family present 2 to 4 p.m ',Cemetery. There will be an Eastern and 7 to, 9 p.m.,', Star service Thursday evening a{ 8 Mrs. Ginther was bom in Laings; p.m. Visitation will be' today and burg, Mich" on May 9, 1914, the Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to daughter of Clyde and Ruth (Grin-,9 p.m. nell) Austin. She had resided most: ', Mrs. Goodrich was bom in EI, of her life in the Laingsburg and well, Mich. on Jan. 28, 1911, the,' Elsie areas., Mrs. Ginther graduated daughter of Christopher and Sarah, from Laingsburg 'High School in (Dawn) Louth. She had lived most! of her life in Ovid. On June 27; 1934, she and Merle On Oct. 12, 1926, she and Lewis Ginther were married in Laingsburg. Goodrich Sr. were married in Clin- He died June 15, 1988.' ton County, Mich. He died in Survivors include: four sons, She was a member of the First Robert and Janice Ginther of Elsie, Baptist Church and the Order of Ronald and Charlene Ginther of Eastern Stars., Ovid, Russell and Sandy Ginther of I, Survivors include: two sons, Paul Elsie, Rodney and Cynthia Ginther' of. Midland and Harold (Kay) of of Elsie; 16 grandchildren; 11 great- 'OvId; two daughters, Mrs. Betty grandchildren; thre'e great-great- (Virgil) Morden of Midland, and grandchildren and one brother, J.! Mrs. Sarah (Ron) Woodruff of St., Aijstin of Laingsburg.' i,johns; 16 grandchildren; 22 great, 'Mrs. Ginther was predeceased by' grandchildren; six great-great 'her parents. t grandchildren; brother, Lawrence, Memorials may be, made to the I,Louth of Gladwin;, daughter-in-law, Elsie Public Library or Elsie United,Thelma Goodrich of St. Johns; and Methodist Church. 'special friends Nonnan and Helen' The family is being served by the Hurrell',of Pennsylvania. Smith Funeral Homes,221 E.,Main: Mrs. Goodrich was preceded in St., Elsi~". ' ~_ ',,,death by her husband, son Lewis Jr.,,. Charles S.,Glenndaughter-in"law Bonnie Goodrich,,one great-granddaughter, six Age 91, of West Br~nch, forme~ly lbrothers and four sisters. of Owosso and Antrim T?wnshIp" Memorials may be made to Shrinpassed away Satul'd~y evenmg, Jan. 'ers Hospital. 29, 1994, at the OVid Convalescent '. Manor.. Mr. Glenn retired from the Shiawassee County Road Commission, Brian P Goward Dec. 31, June.30, 1994, in Chesaning. Services will be held at Love Funeral Home, Bancroft~"'-'fuesday, Feb. 1, at 3 p.m. conducted by the Perry Masonic Lodge #350. Burial will be in Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. The body will rest at the funeral home with visitation today 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday until time of service. Mr. Glenn was boin in Ithaca, N.Y., Oct. 9, 1902, the child of Charles and Rebecca (Turner) Glenn. Mr. Glenn was a member of the PelT)' Masonic Lodge #350, a life member of the Peninsular Chapter #16~ member of Durand Comman-' dery #21 Knights Templer, also a. member of AARP.. Gladys (Prout) Goodrich Age 87, of Owosso died Saturday,. Oct. 15, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Goodrich worked for Redmonds for five years, Griffin Nursing Home for nine years and Pleasant View for six years. Services wiil be held Tuesday, October 18, 11 a;m. at the Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel,Owosso. The.Rev. Mark D. Miller will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial.Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call at the chai?el today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Goodrich was born August 31, 1907, in St. Charles, Mich., the daughter of Sylvester and Ada (Coon) Helms. She had resided most of her life in Owosso. In 1926, she married Clarence M. Goodrich. He died in Survivors include: a son, Wayne (Viola) Gopdrich of Owosso; grandchildren, Mrs. Randy (Connie) : Macklin of Owosso, Scott Goodrich : of Owosso, Tim Goodrich of Owosso; great-grandchildren, David and Erik Macklin of Owosso, Kevin and Casey' Goodrich of Owosso; a sister, Helell Wilson of Perry; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Goodrich was predeceased by her husband, Clarence, two sisters and three brothers. Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association. GRAVES, Minnif~ E. - OfFlirit~ formerly of Durand, age 102,'! d~' Saturday, March 26, 1994 I:lt;Q~ City. Funeral services will be 1 'Q.'l:I!. Wednesday from Miles Martin.~ neral Home, Mr. Steve ShaferWilI officiate. B!lrial.in Vernon ;e~~ tery. Born 10 La1Ogsburg, SepteHt.: Age 16, of Brant, died Thursday, ber 1, She married :HenrY.' Graves H~ preceded h,er-iu, Bnan was a 11 th grade student.at de~th SurvlV10g are: 5 grarf~~ Chesaning Union High School. : child.ren; several great-gra~dctilf. Services will. be held t W Ik _ dr~n,. and great-great-grar1~~ :. a a e1' chtldren. She was preceded~in Martm ~llneral Home, Chesaning, death by her 3 daughters;,sally Wednesday at 3 p.m. The Rev. kf- Mathews Katherine Miles alid frey Williams will officiate. Burial Thelma Clear.,:~,~ will be in Brant Cemctery. Visita~ tion will be at the funeral home ariel' 'MARTIN FUNERAL HOMEi,~ :3 p.m. today. Mt. Morris Rd. '~:, Arrangements by Walker-Martin between Dort and~sl!gina\iisq; Funeral Home, Chesaning. Survivors include several' nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Perry Masonic Loqge #350. Warner Linden Gilmore (Rocky) Age 65, of Oyid, formerly ~f Ionia County, died. Nov. 13 at his residence. A memorial service was held at Lake Funeral Home, Saranac.

68 David G. Goodrich Owosso Argus-press 1994 Joel R. Goodrich Ethel M., Goschka Age 74, of Chesaning died Friday Age 84, of 8070.Mason Rd.,. Age 75, of 8455.Mason Rd., Ovid morning, Dec. 9, 1994, at her home. Ovid, died Saturday Feb. 27, 1994'1 died Saturday, Apnl 2, 1994, at the. Mrs. Goschka was a homemaker at his residence.! Memorial Healthcare Center, and fonnerly worked for Hehr Man- Mr. Goodrich was a self em- Owosso.. ufacturing and was a secretary for ployed electrician and plumber.. Mr. Goodrich was a fanner, plum- Peet Packing Co. Services will be held at Houghton ber and electrician..', Services will be held' Monday, Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Services will be ~eld at Hought~n Dec. 12, Il;~O a.m. at Our Lady of Ovid, Tuesday, March I, at ~;30 Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, OVId Perpetual Help Catholic Church, p.m. Pastor Bill Se!tz will officiate., on Tuesday, April 4at.1 p.m.,!,he Chesaning. The Rev.. Fr. J~ffr~y Burial will be in MIddlebury Cemet-, Rev. Charles Smith will officiate Donner will officiate WIth bunal m ery. Masonic servi~e~,:,i11 be. held with burial in Middleb~ry Ce~l1ete~. Resurrection Cemetery. Friends may today at 7 p.m. VISItatIOn will be There will be a mas~n.lc ~ervlc~ this c~1i at' the Walker-Martin Funeral today 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to. 9 p.~. evening at 8 p.m. VISItatIOn WIll be Home Chesaning after 6.p.m. today, Mr. Goodrich,was born 111 Mld- today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 all d~y Sunday and then at the dlebury Township, March 16, 1909, p.m... church Monday after 10:30 a.~l1. the son of Milo and Iva (Hane~) Mr. Goodrich was born m Mld- 'There will,be a scripture service Goodrich. He gniduated from OVid dlebury Township on March 22, Sunday 8 p.m. at the funeral home. High School in 1926 and lived most 1919, the son of M~le and Iva I Ethel Alden was born on Mar~h of his life in Ovid: He. and Sarah (Hanes) Goodr.ich. He lived most of. 25, 1920, in New Haven TownshIp, Husted were marned 111 Angola, his life in OVid. the daughter of John and Florence: Ind., July, She died in On Jan. 25, 19~3, h~ and Len,a (Bauer) Alden. She ha? resided most' Mr. Goodnch was a member of Brott were marrt~d I.n CounCIl of her life in Chesamng.. the Ovid Masonic Lodge #127 F. & Bluffs, Iowa. She died On June 15, 1946, she and Art~ur A.M. ' Mr. Goodrich was affiliated wi.th Goschka were married.,he died Survivors include: six grandchil- 'the Shepardsville Unit~d Methodl.st Nov. 4, Mrs. Gosch'ka was a dren, Ronald Goodrich Jr. of Glad-.church and the OVid Masol11c member of Our Lady of Perpetual win, Terry Strauss of Corunna, ~uelodge ~127 F: & A.~. ' Help Catholic Church and the Splan of Virginia, David q~odnch Survivors 1I1clude.. two sons, Daughters of Isabella. She was an of Gladwin, Rickey Goodnc~ of Franklin and Heather; Mil? (AI) and avid card player. Virginia, Carol Muma of Gladwm; a Cheryl, both of OVid; Sister, M~s. Survivors include: two sons, Denbrother Joel' Goodrich of Evart; a Leta and Chandler Gleas~n of <?vld; nis and Glad Goschka of Grosse sister, Mrs. Leta Gleason of Ovid. 'six grandchildren; special fnend, Pointe Farms, Michael and Marya!!n He was predeceased by a son Betty Bennett.. Goschka of Brant; one daughter, Ronald i~ Mr. Goodrich was preceded 111 I Diane and Randy Cunningham?f ' Mem~nals may b~ made to Bur- I death by five brothers and two I Hartford City, Ind.; five gra.ndchllton Umted Metho~lst phurch.or : sisters. dren, Christine, Andrew, DaVId, Ste- Shepardsville Untted 'Methodist Memorials may be ma~e to She- phanieand Jennifer; four brothers, Church. pardsviile United MethodIst Church. Clem and. Helen Alden of Tucson, John and Mary ElIt')n Alden of Tuc-. son Max and Patty Alden of Che- Daryl D. Going saning, Dale and Jane Alden of Age 46, of Perry died Satur~ay, Chesaning. April 16, 1994, at Sparrow HOSPital, Mrs. Goschka was predeceased by Lansing. one sister and brother-in-law, Luella ' Mr.,Going worked for Western &. On June , he and Virginia and Harold Hafner., Soutpern for seven ~ears and 16M. Nail were'married at st. Paul's Memorials are suggested to O~r years at B.O.C., Lansmg. 'catholic Church Owosso. Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Services will be held Tuesday,;.',., Church or School.. April.19, II a.m. at the St. Paul's: Mr. Gomg had served m the U. S', Arrangements by Walker.. Martm Catholic Church, Owosso.. Father:Army and was a member of the Funeral Home, Chesaning. ' Robert Kolenski will officiate with.v.f.w., burial in Oak Pla}n. Ceml~tt')ry,! Survivors include: his wife, Virgi.. Shaftsburg. V.F.W. ServIces wtll, bemia; a son, Greg'(Tonya) of Durand; held at the cemetery. Friends mayione daughter, Kimberlx at home; call at the Nelson-House Funeralione grandson, Drue; orle brother, Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry tool Garry (Nancy) Going; one uncle and day until 9 p.m. with the family/several nieces and nephews. Memorials are suggested to the being present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to.9 1 p.m. There will be a rosary thls I American Cancer Society. evening, 7 p.m.,at the funeral home.'. 'Mr. Going was born in Lansin& on Jan. 11, 1948, the son of Wayne and Evangeline (Hagge~lan) Going. He graduated from Perry. sc~oo!s and had resided most of his!tfe lj1. the Perry area. 67

69 68 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Martha J. (Tommy) Gooding Albert H. Gooding Age 76, of Durand died Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1994, at his residence. Age 95, of Durand, died Saturday". Mr. Gooding was a pipe fitter for Feb. 26, 1994, at her residence. Buick in Flint, retiring in The funeral for Mrs. Gooding will Services will be held Saturday, be Monday at II a.m. at Nelson- Nov. 26, 3 p.m. at the Nelson-House House Funeral Homes, Durand, with Funeral Homes, Durand. Burial will Rev. James Martin and Rev. Robert be in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. H. Koch officiating. Burial will be in. Friends may call at the funeral home Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon.. today 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The family will meet visitors at Mr. Gooding was born in Durand, the funeral chapel today from Mich. on June 4, 1918, the son of and 7-9 p.m. James and Ethel (Herrick) Gooding.. Mrs. Gooding was born in Durand He had resided most of his life in March 14, 1898, the daughter of Durand. On July 16, 1943, he and Fred and Clara(Lewis) Wells. 'Clara Berger were married in She resided all of her life in Dhrand. Durand. Mr. Gooding was a World War II.On Sept. 11, 1944, she and Al Army veteran. Lawrence A. Gooding Gpoding were married. He died in Survivors 'include: his wife, Clara; 1.97~!; ten children, Allan Gooding of Birch. Age 56, of 311 N. Hampton Rd., 'Mrs. Gooding was a member of Run, John Gooding of West Palm Durand died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1994, the Durand First Congregational Beach, Fla., Thomas and Peggy at the Memorial HeaHhcare Center, Church and the Durand VFW Gooding of Flint, Mrs. Russ (Janet) Owosso. : Auxiliary. Amidon of Durand, Patsy Szymczak Mr. Gooding was a supervisor.f~r. She had been employed in of Sumpter, S.C., Mrs. Mike (Mary) General Motors Tmck and Bus DlVl- :Owosso at the Redmond's factory Amidon of Bancroft, Mrs. Terry sion in Flint before retiring in 1987.!and at Roussin's Market and (Karen) Newman of Brooklyn, N.Y., Services will be held at the!;thompson Drug Store. Mrs. Dean (Linda) Newman of Fen-. Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Dur- j Survivors include: One daughter, ton, Keith Gooding of Hershey, Pa., and on Friday at II a.m. The Rev. <Thomasine (Tommie) and Robert Barry and JoeJyn Gooding of Gay Hershcfll Ele will officiate with bur-bembeneck of Traverse City; a lord; 17 grandchildren; one grcatial in Greenwood Cemetery, Ver- :daughter-in-iaw, Peg Gooding of grandson; one brother, James and non. The family will mcet friends Spring Lake; eight grandchildren; 16.JoAnn Gooding of Durand; two sistoday 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday 2 to great-grandchildren; also a loving 'ters, Rosella Semke of Corunna and 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.,family of tom' Weir and many Evelyn Shepard of Durand. Mr. Gooding was born in Durand friends, nieces and nephews. Mr. Gooding was predeceased by on Dec. 8, 1937, the son of Harold; She was predeceased by her son, two brothers. and Geneieve (Fredrick) Gooding. )1'. Gooding in 1989, a grandson, Memorials are suggested to the He graduated from Durand High five b~others and a sister.. Durand-Vernon Ambulance. School, Class of 1956 and had re- Memorial contributions are sugsided in Durand most of his life. gested to DVA or Durand First Can- On April 19, 1958, he and Carol gregational Church.. Hardman were married in Flint. He ' '- - -' was a member of the Durand Lions W. Green were married in Corunna. Club. He predeceased her March 3, Survivors include: his wife, Carol She was a member of the First of Durand; three daughters, Mrs. Congregational Church, Owosso, Jeff (Terri) Sleeper of Durand, Mrs. King's Daughters, Memorial Healthcare Center Auxiliary and the New David (Lori) Davenport of Durand,. Mrs., Dale (Linda) Hackney of Durand; six grandchildren, Danielle and Survivors include: one daughter, co;ners Club. Chad Sleeper, Zachary and Ashley Mrs. Ronald (Cheryl) Hnizda of Davenport, Stacy and Trisha Hackneyall of Durand; l1iother, Geneieve (Sheryl) and Natalie Hnizda; brother Frankenmuth; grandchildren, Patrick Frieze of Durand; two brothers, Harold and his wife Roberta Gooding of two sisters, Mrs. Bob (Beverly) Du Charles (Evlera) Cole of Flushing; Fannington Hills, Gerald and his' Ba~s of Owosso and Mrs. Mary wife Marcia Gooding of Swartz Creek; father-in-law, Jay Hardman of Grand Blanc; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, J. R. and Donna' Hardrrlan of Grand Blanc. I Mr. Gooding was pre~eceased by, his father and two brothers. Memorials are suggested to the Durand Lions Club. Shirley Gail Green Age 71, of Owosso, died Saturday, Dec. 17, 1994, in Port Richey, Fla. Mrs. Green was a homemaker. Services will be held at Nelson- House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Thursday, Dec. 22 at II a.m. The Rev. Lewis Compton will officiate with burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Grand Blanc. Visitation will be Tuesday from 7 to.9 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with' the family receiving friends from 2 I to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. : Mrs. Green was born in Amster- I dam, N.Y. on Oct. 26, 1923, the I daughter of Edward J. and Pearl I (Shelmendine) Conrad. She had at- I tended Owosso Business College. On July 22, 1986, she and John Jane Dorsey of ;Port Orange, Fla.; one niece and six nephews. Mrs. Green was predeceased by her husband and parents. Memorials may be made to the American Healt Association or the American Cancer Association.

70 Owosso Argus-press Beula }Z. "Chic" Grumbly Albert E. Grifka Age 66, of Owosso, died Tuesday, Aug. 30, 1994,at Memorial Health Age 85, of Owosso died Tuesday, care Center, Owosso. Feb. 15, 1994, at the Memorial Mr. Grifka retired in 1989.after. Healthcare Center, Owosso. 10 years of service with the Saginaw Mrs, Grumbly was employed as Cdunty Road Commission, where he an in~pector at Redmonds and Uni- was a foreman in Chesaning. versal Electric. The funeral mass will be cele- Services will be held Friday, Feb.. brated at St. Joseph Catholic 18, ~y p.m. at the Jennings-Lyons' Church, Owosso, Friday, Sept. 2, FunetalChapel, Owosso. The Rev. 1994, at lo a.m. Fr. Joseph Aubin John Holland will officiate with bur- witl officiate. Burial will be in St. ial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Paul Cemetery. The body rests at Friends may call at the challel today Nelson-House Funeral Homes, 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. Owosso with visitation today 7 to 9 and 7 to 9 p.m. p.m. and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mrs. Grumbly was born Sept. 16, A combined parish and Knights of 1908, in Lupton, Mich., the daughter i Columbus rosary will be prayeq of Dennis J. and Ruby (Sheply) I Thursday at 7 p.m. Chrivia. She had resided most of her! Mr. Grifka was. born in Tyre, life in Owosso. Mich., April 21, 1928, the son of On July 25, 1945, she and Charles Albert and Mary (Polm) Grifka. He H. Grumbly were united in had resided in Owosso since. 1991, Margaret Helen Gorte marriage. formerly of Chesaning and Harbor Age 84, of 955 Ryan St., Owosso Mrs. Grumbly was a member ofi Beach. He and Jeanette Hanson died Monday, March 28, 1994, at the Owosso Wesleyan Church and were married in Harbor Beach,Nov. Saginaw Community Hospital. had previously attended Central 24, Services will be held at Sf. John's Methodist Church. She.. was a loving J Mr.. Grifka was a member of Sf. United Church of Christ, Owosso on mother and grandmother: : Joseph Catholic Church and the Thu~sday, March 31 at 11 a.m. Pas-! Survivors include: her husband,. Knights of Columbus. He was a tor Lillian Downing will officiate Charles; a son, Darrel "Skeeter'" well-known musician in the thunib with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery.' (Nancy) Nicholas of Owosso; a area for 25 years. He also enjoyed Visitation will be at Nelson-House daughter, Jacqueline (Richard) I farming. Funeral Homes, Owosso today from Kleckler of Owosso; six grandchil-. Survivors include: his wife, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family! dren, Norma Berry, Kimberly Pull- Jeanette; two sons, Nomlan (Ane! receiving friends from 2 to 4 p.m. ing, Scott Kleckler, Dirk Nicholas, ise) Grifka of Owosso and Randy and 7 to 9 p.m.! Kelly Nicholas, Tracy Jenc; 14 great (Idasama) Grifka of Orlando; Fla.; Mrs. Gorte was bom in Owosso: grandchildren; one great-great- three daughters, Doreen Kuchar of on Oct. 16, 1909, the daughter of grandchild; a sister, Vera Hilfinger Flushing, Mrs. Walt (Cathy) Brooks Richard and Marie (Giffei) King.' of Owosso; several nieces and of Lennon, and Mrs. Brian (Rhonda) She graduated from Owosso High nephews. Hall of Lennon; 12 grandchildren; a School in 1927 and had resided most. Mrs. Grumbly was predeceased!. great-granddaughter; two brothers, of her life in Owosso. :by, her parents and a sister, Irene Mike (Agnes) Grifka and Marshall On April 14, 1938, she and Rust... (Frances) Grifka, both of Ubly; four. Christian Gorte were married in Memorials are suggested to the sisters, Mrs. Tony (Clara) Wonso'- Owosso. He died in Owosso Wesleyan Church or wicz of Utica, Mrs. Stanley (Bertha) Mrs. Gorte was a member of Sf. Friends of Hospice. Osentowski of Ubly, Mrs. Ray John's United Church of Christ and' (Grace)Puvalowski of Ubly, and the Sf. John's Women's Fellowship. Mrs. Leonard (Marie) Watchowski She was also a member of Kings of Port Austin; and a special aunt, Daughters of Owosso, Womens Survivors include: one son, Mi- Sadie Magurie of Chesaning. Club, Owosso Travel Club, National «hae! (Priscilla) Gorte of Freeland' He was predeceased by a sister Secretaries Association, National daughter-in-law, Diann D. Gorte of and nine brothers. Court Reporters Association and the Owosso; one brother, Richard (Ar- Memorials may be directed to st. Shiawassee Legal Secretaries.. S~e le~e) King of Owosso; five grand- I J~seph Catholic. C?urch or American was a volunteer at the Memonal children, Kimberly (Edwin) Danks Diabetes Assoclatton. Healthcare Center. Krystn (Richard) Gorte-Ruschke' Mrs. Gor.te. was. appointed by I Kerry Lynn Gorte, Stephen (Rose) Governor WIIhams m May of Gorte and Julia (Wayne) Richardto be a circuit court reporter. She son; seven great-grandchildren Miwas the, recipient of. numerous chacl, Dani~l, Jordan, Stepheny, awards, ;mcludmg the Liberty Bell. Charles, Justm and Genna' several Award iil 1992 and the Secretary of nieces and nephews and m'any spethe Year by the Board of Directors ciai friends. for Legal Secretaries Association. Memorials may be made to Sf. John's United Church of Christ Memorial Fund, Owosso. Larry J. Gregg Age 51, formerly of Chesaning, passed away suddenly. Private cremation has taken place. Arrangements by Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesaning.

71 70 Ernest J. "Ernie" Griffin. Owosso Argus-press 1994 Hurley P. Grinnell Age 58, of East Lansing died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1994, at the Sparrow Hospital, 'Lansing.after a long and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Mr. Grinnell was born May 8, 1935 in Owosso, Mich. He.graduat~d from Morrice High School in, 1954 and from McPherson School of; Nursing in Mr. Grinnell was employed with: the UpJohn Co. of Kalamazoo,! working in the new drug research for 26 years and 22 years at Southern Michigan Prison in Jackson. Surviving are: his wife, Sandy (Olson); a daughter, Penny J. (Ray) Adkins of Lansing; a son, Chad Michael' a grandson, Christopher; his mother, Charlotte Gri?neU ofi Perry; sisters, Charlotte (Mike) op"l Delbert James Gould, sommer of Whitmore Lake and, Age 75, of Owosso died Tuesday, Mary (Bob) Opsommer of Shafts- Aug. 9, 1994, at the Memorial burg; brothers, Sid. (Mavis)?f M~r- Our belovedhusbandiand father, rice, Gilbert (Gene) of Momce, JIm Healthcare Center, Owosso.' Mr. Gould was owner and operaage 69, of dwos,so died Thursday, (Sandy) of Morrice, Gary (Martha) tor of Gould's Shell Station for 13 June 30, 1994, at home.. of Owosso, Ron (Kim) of Morrice, years. He was' also mana~~r f?r Mr. Griffin worked for the City of Joe (Denise) of Georgia, Mark (Sue) i Mini-Mart for nine years rettrll1g III Owosso and retired in 1986, from, of California; mother-in-law and Electro Wire.. father-in-law, Bob (Jean) Olsen.of. There will be no service or visita- Service for Mr. Griffin will be Rodney, brother-in-law and sister-ill- : ition. A~rangel1lents by Jenningsht\ld Saturday, July 2, I p.m., at the: law, Butch (Ruth) A.lward 9f Ban- I Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. i Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel" ~roft, Donald (Mot1lca).Olsen of Mr. Gould was born in Sf. LOUIS, Owosso. Pastor Leo. J. ~aring?nd Morrice; many, ma~y meces and, Mich. on Aug. ll, 1918, the son of Pastor Mark St. LOUIS will officiate nephews and great-nieces.. 'Eben R. and Grace M. (McCune) with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Mr. Grinnell was predeceased by ; Gould. He attended St.' Louis Friends may call at the chapel. his father, Floyd, and two brothers,. Schools and had resided most of his today 2 to 4 p.m. imd 7 to 9 p.m. Charles and Gordon. life in Owosso. Mr. Griffin was born in Ashley,. The funeral mass will be cele- On' Jan. 25, 1947, he and Jean Mich. on Aug. 27, 1'924/ the sonof brated Saturday" February' 26, 11 McKay were man'ied in Owosso. Ernest E. and Esther. L. (Parcher) a.m. at St.Mary S CathohcChurc~, Mr. Gould was a member of the Griffin. He?ttended Ashle~ Sc?oo.ls Morrice with The Rev; George MI- Ii Owosso American Legion Post #57 and had resided most of his hfe Ill' chalek and The R~v. ~att Fe?,ewa,. and a former member of the Jaycees Shiawassee County. I officiating. Interment WIll be III St. and the Elks Club. On June 2, 1951, he and Mary 'Mary's Bethany Cemetery.. Mr. Gould served during World Louise Parker were luarried in Friends may. call at the Gorslme- War II in the Airborne Division of Owosso.. irunciman Co. East Chapel, East the U.S. Army. He participated in He attended Victory 'BaphstLansing beginning today 2,P.m. the invasion at Okinawa and Philip- Church...:,where the family will receive friends: pines and was part of.the occupa- Survivors include: his Wife, Mary. : from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.n~. tional forces in Japan. Lou of Owosso; a son, Jerry (Pat) i: Those desiring may make eo~tn- Survivors include: two sons, Griffin of Owosso; three daughters, :butions to Visiting Nurse Hospice, Robert J. (Mariena) Gould of Mrs. Buck (Patty) McNinch of ;4801 Willoughby Rd., Holt 48842, Owosso, Jeffrey S. (Marti) Gould of Houghton Lake, Mrs. Barry James. in memory of Mr. I Grinnell. ; Owosso; five grandchildren; two (Kim) "McNinch of Owosso, Mrs. brothers, Howard Gould of St. Barry (Cindy) Knight of Owosso; 11 Louis, Elmer Gould of St. Louis; g ran d ch if d r en; f 0 UT g rea t -. two sisters, Mrs. Robert (Margaret) grandchildren; two brothers, Dave Beckwith of New Lothrop, Mrs. Griffin of Corunna, Le~oy (Betty) William (Ruth) Holt of Higgins Griffin of Owosso; four SIsters, Mrs. Lake; several nieces and nephews. Eugene (Lillie) Chapman of ~erry, Mr. Gould. was predeceased by Mrs. Ted (Goldie) Bray of Chicago,' Mrs. Oliver (Patsy) Chapma? of:. _ two brothers, 'three sisters and his. wife, Jean. East Lansing, Laura Kaye Klem of daughter, Becky, a grandson, Joh-,' Memorials arc suggested to the Perry; also nieces and nephews. nathon,. parents, three brothers and' Arthritis Foundation. Mr. Griffin was predeceas(jd by a three sisters. Memorials are suggested to the family.

72 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Richard J. Anna E. Gulick Jo All." Gurden "l\'ir. Frosty" Gross Age 90, of'2940 Ellsworth Rd., Age 65, of O~osso, died Thu~s- Age57,ofChesaning,diedTuesday Perry, died Friday, Feb. 11, 1994, in day, Dec. 15, 1994, at the Memonal morning, July 12, 1994, at his home. the Durand ConvalescenfCenter. Healthcare Center, Owosso. He is finally at peace after struggling A homemaker, Mrs. Gulick also Mrs. Gurden was a homemaker. with A.L.S: (Lou Gehrig's disease). worked for the D.M. Christian Co. Services will be held at Jennings- Mr. Gross was a truck driver at in Owosso and Snyder's Grocery in Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on McDonald Dairy for 28 years. He Perry.. Monday, Dec. 19 at 1 p.m. The Rev. was also employed by Hehr Interna- Services for Mrs. Gulick will be Carol J. Johns will officiate with tional for three years. In 1985, he held Monday at 11 a.m. at Nelson,,burial in Hillcrest Memorial Garpurchased his dream, Frosty.'s House Funeral Homes LaRowe dens, Owosso. Visitation will be Sa Tastee Treats, and served ice cream Chapel, Perry, with the Rev. Gordon.turday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday treats to many in the Chesaning Wood officiating. Burial will follow from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. area. i in Union Plains Cemetery. The body There will be a V.F.W. Auxiliary Funeral Mass will take place on! rests at the funeral home where vis-service Sunday evening at 7 p.m. at Friday, July 15 at 11 a.m. at our itation is 7 to 9 p.m. today and 9 the funeral chapel. Lady of 'Perpetual Help Catholic: a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. The family Mrs. Gurden was born in Durand Church, Chesaning. Mr. Gross will will be present 7 to 9 p.m. today and on May 11, 1929, the daughter of be at the church on Friday at 10 a.m. 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Mahlon W. and Orpha M. (Beal) until time of funeral. Fr. Jeffrey There will be a Rebecca service at 7 Reynolds. She had graduated from Donner will officiate with burial at p.m. Sunday. The family suggests [Durand High School in 1947 and th«resurrection Cemetery in Che- memorials to the Edna Bentley Me-.had resided in Owosso since saning. Friends may call at the Mis- morial Library. I On Sept. 4, 1948, she and Eugene iuk Funeral Home of Chesaning to- Mrs. Gulick was born in Burns,Gurden were married in Durand. day from 5 to 9 p.m. and on Thurs- Township July 23, 1903, the She was past president of Corday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. The daughter of Jacob and Sylvia unna V.F.W. Post #4005 Auxiliary. firemen will conduct a tribute se\'-.(burgess) Drake. She was a 1922 Survivors include:. her husband, vice at the funeral home on Thurs- 'graduate of Bancroft High School. Gene of Owosso; daughters, Mrs. day evening at 6 p.m. A wake ser- She and L.C. Gulick were married Gary (Terry) Hudson of Lansing and vice will take place at the funeral: in Owosso on Nov. 1, Cindy Gurden of Owosso; grandhome on Thursday evening at 6:30 ( Mrs. Gulick was a member of :children, Aimee, Elisha, Erikka 'and p.rn.. Perry Congregational Christian Ryan; sister, Mrs. Wilbur (Helen) Mr. Gross was born on Aug. 18, Church, theco~gregational W 0- Reimel of Duraryd; many nieces and 1936, the son of Margaret and men's Fellowship, Jolly Up Club nephews.. Washbul11 Gross.. and Rebecca Lodge No. 287, Perry. Mrs. Gurden was predeceased by On March 26, 1955, he and Kay She is survived by three dilught-.her parents, three brothers and one Johnston were married. ers, Mrs. Maxine (Lester) Benjamin sister. Mr. Gross served as a volunteer of Gaylord, Mrs. Charlene (John) Memorials may be made to the fireman for the Chesaning Fire De- Michalek of Prudenville and Mrs. Salvation Anny or V.F.W. #4005 partment for 25 years. He was a Virgi~ia (Leon) Artllstrong of Perry; Auxiliary. member of Our Lady of Perpetual) I grandchildren; 28 great~ Funeral arrangements by Help Catholic Church. grandchildren; and one great-great- Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Survivors!include: his wife, Kay grandchild. She was predeceased by Owosso. 'f Johnston Gross; five children' and her husband, two' brothers and a their spouses and cight beautiful, sister. grandchildren, Mary Kay and Jeff Danek, Jason and Brad Danek of Merrill, Sue and Paul Spindler; Kate: aild Stephanie Spindler of Rockford,! Cecilia Gutowski Kathy and Ron Stewart, Jessica, Ja-' Age 74, of Corunna died Thursday,?ob and Molly Stewart.o~ Chesan- Jan. 13, 1994, at the Shiawassee lng, Deb an.d. Gery Wllhams and County Medical Care Facility, Samantha W Ilhams of Scott Depot" Corunna.. W. Va., Rick and Kathy Gross of Services will be held Tuesday, 10 South Ly?n; mot~er, Margaret Wahl a.m. in the mausoleum at Hillcrest Me Gross; Sister, SIS (Margaret) and. morial Gardens Owosso Dave George of. <?akley; sisters-in- i The family i; being se~ed by the law. and, brothprs-m-iaw, Bob ~nd :Nelson~House Funeral Homes, Manlee. Johnston of Lake Onon,,. Owosso. Sally and Jack Schultz of Chesan- :ing, Joe and Barb Johnston of Pickford, Mary and Dennis Farrell of ;San Antonio, Tex.; many nieces and-memorials may be made to nephews and vety faithful friends AL.S. (Lou Gehrig's disease), Don and Irene Cooper. MUltiple Sclerosis research or the He was predeceased by his father, charity of your choice. ' Wash Gross who passed away in, Anangemcnts by Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesaning. 'Peggy Sue Grubaugh Age'32 of Elsie died Friday at Butterw,orth Hospital in Grand Rapids. Services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, with burial in Riverside Cemetery, Elsie. Visitation will be Sunday 4 p.m.:..9 p.m. and Monday 2 p.m.-9 p.m. 71

73 72 Fred E. GunseU Owosso Argus-press 1994 Mildred E. Hadden Everett. E. Hadden Age 78, of Sf. Helen, Mich., died Age 58, of Corunna died Wedn~s- Age 83, of St. Helen and formerly' Monday, April 4, 1994, at The Meaday, Jari. 19, 1994, at the Memonal of Durand and Byron died Wednes- dows Nursing Home, Grayling. Healthcare Center, Owosso. day, Oct. 26, 1994, at her residence.' Mr. Hadden retired in 1962 from Mr. Gunsell was in skilled trades Mrs. Hadden was a homemaker. 'General Motors Chevrolet V8, Enat' Buick, in Flint for 30 years a.nd Services will be held II a.m. Fri.: gine Plant where he worked as a previously worked II years at Mld- I day, Oct. 28 at the Streeter Funeral time keeper. West Abrasive. Home, Byron. The Rev. Robert Services will be held at Streeter Services will be held at the Schoenhals will officiate with burial Funeral Home, Byron on Thursday, Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel" in ~yron.~emetery. The family will April 7 at 11 a.m. The Rev. Robert ' Owosso on Saturday at 2 p.m. The, receive' VISItors at the funeral home Schoenhals will officiate with burial Rev. Mark D. St. Louis will offici~te i today 6 to 9 p.m. in Byron Cemetery. Visitation will with burial in Hillcrest Memonal Memorial donations are suggested be Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. and Gardens Owosso. Friends may call ',to the Leader Dogs for the Blind. 7 to 9 p.m. with the family present at the funeral chapel today 7 to 9 i Mrs. Hadden was born 'in Indian, to receiv6 friends. p.m. and Friday ~ a.m. to 9 p.m. River, Mich., on June 3, 1~11, the i Mr. Hadden was born in Byron on with the family bemg present 2 to 4 daughter of Hoe and MaggIe (Bar- March 4, 1916, the son of Henry p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. Iber) J\lquish. She moved to St. He- and Elizabeth (Kenter) Hadden. He Mr. Gunsell was born in Fhnt, len in 1962 from Durand. had resided in St. Helen since 1962, Mich. on Dec. 10, 1935, the son of, On Dec. 29, 1937, she and Everett moving there from Durand. Floyd and Mildred (Davis). G~nse~1.E. Hadden were, married in Durand. On Dec. 29,1937, he and Mildred He had resided most of his ltfe m He died April 4, E. Jaquish were married in Durand. the Corunna area... SurvivOt s include: a daughter, Ms. Mr. Hadden was a life member of On July 22, 1961, he and Patncla Connie Hadden of Owosso; two the Byron Lodge #80 F. & A. M.,Cermak wete married in Owos~o. sons, Eugene Martin of Jasper, Ala., Survivors include: his wife, He was a member of the Shiawass~eRichard Martin of Chico, Calif.; Mildred; one daughter, Ms. Connie, Dog & Gun Club and was an avid nine grandchildren and many great- Hadden of Owosso; two stepsons, hunter and fisherman. 'grandchildren. ' Eugene Martin of Anchorage, Mr. GUl1sell served in the U..s.., " Alaska, Richard Martin of Calif or- ' Air Force from 1955 to HAEGER, AlIDina (Minnie) - Of' nia; nine stepgrandchildren; many Survivors include: his wife, Pat; l'1int, agel91, died. Saturday, May stepgreat-grandchildren; one sister, two uaughters, Cynthia Gunsell of: 28, 1994 at the residence.. Fune~ Mrs. Beatrice Jepsen of Durand; Big Rapids, Shelia G unse 11 a t h ome;, be semce held will at many nteces. an d nep h ews.. one brother, Floyd Gunsell of Perry. loam, Mr.. Hadden was preceded III Mr. Gunsell was predeceased by, Wednesday, 'death by one brother, George; two his parents, three bmthers and one I June 1, 1994.' sisters, Marie Hammond and Esther sister. at Emman- Bellinger. uel United Memorials may be made to ~&1<AJ[''''UN, Harold - Of Sterling, Methodist Leader Dogs for the Blind. MI, formerly of Owosso and Flint. Mr. Simpson, died Wednesday, Church, " Arrangements by Streeter Funeral March 9, 1994 in West Branch, age 4323 DaVl- Home, Byron. son Road, 93. He was bom May 18, 1900 in Burton, Reverend Tom Owosso. He is survived by: 3 sons, Donald of Las Vegas, NV, Kenneth, Brown II officiating. of Sterling and Marlin of Highla~d; 4 daughters, Anita Yost of PhoenIX, There willi AZ Barbara McAhren of Waterloo, be a 12:30PM committal service at I IA,' Joyce Henderson of F~ushing Oak Hill Cemetery in Owosso.! and Vicki Duncan of Sterhng; 34 Those desiring may make contribu- : grandchildren; 44 great-gra!ldchildren; 1 great-great-grandchtld. He ist,church or the Arthritis tions to Emmanuel United Method-, was predeceased by his wife: Geneva and 2 sons,william and Wesley. 9PMMonday and Tuesday at the Foundation. Visitation 2-4 and 6- Services will be Saturday, March Sw~ Funeral Home, 1225 West 12 at 1 lam from the Jacques-Kobs Hill Road. Mrs. Haeger will be at West Chapel in Tawas City, Fr. the church from 9AM until the time Gerald Balwinski officiating. Burial of service Wednesday. She was will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday 2-4 cembet29, 1902 and was a resident born in Owoss,o, Michigan o~ De- and 7-9PM. of Flint since 1920 having come from Owosso. She was a member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church aitd Choir. She was also a member of Pierce Senior Citizen : Center Chorus. Surviving are her. sons Robert and wife Joanne, David ~d Wife Dorothy all of Flint; 5 grandchildren: 6 great-grandchildren' se\reral nieces and nephews. She ~as preceded in death by her husband Carl E. Haeger in 1966~

74 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Glen W. Haidt ~cky Hampton Of Venice, Fla., and formerly of Owosso, died Wednesday, May 25 Age 37, of Owosso went home to 1994, in Florida. ' be with his Lord on Saturday, July Mr. Haidt, a member of the 9, 1994, at his home. Owosso Public Schools system for Services will be held at Smith 36 years, first as a teacher and Funeral Homes, Owosso Chapel, coach, then as Owosso High School Tuesday, July 12, 1994, at I p.m. i principal and, for the last 15 years Burial will be in Maple Grove before he retired in 1971, superinten~ Cemetery, Ovid. Pastor Cal Emerson dent of schools. will officiate. Visitation will be to.graveside services will be held at day 2 to 9 p.m. with the family Scott Cemetery in Huron, Ohio. present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Haidt was born in Chillicothe Mr. Hampton was born in Lans- Ohio, the son of Louis and Minni; ing, Dec. 9, 1956, the son of Willie Haidt. He grew up in Manistee. arid Ruth (Boyd) Hampton. He gra After earning a bachelor's degree duated from Ovid-Elsie Adult Edu- I B H from Michigan State Normal College cation in He and Diana reneutcher- agan ~now Eastern Michigan University) Weisenbaugh were married at Age 77, of the Owosso-Conl11~a m 1935, he came to Owosso as high Northgate Wesleyan Church in area, died Thursday, :Oct. 27, 1994,,school basketball coaeh and,indust- Owosso, March 17, He reat the Ingham Medical Center; Lans- t'ial arts teacher. He also taugllt faml sided most of his life in the Ovid. ing, exactl~ five years 10 the day ofl shop. He earned a master's degree and Owosso areas.. the burial of herhu~band, James: from Michigan State University in Mr. Hampton was a member of 'Butcher Sr.,,1948 and was named Owosso High i Northgate Wesleyan Church, Mrs. Hagan was a bookkeeper for' School principal in He became Owosso. '45 years with Hagen, and Wood superintendent'ofowosso Schools in Survivors irtclude: his wife, Diana Implement Co. and the Skyway The Hampton of Owosso; three daughtater. She also worked in the material He and Charlotte Wilkes were ers, Anna and William Tumwald: of department at Yankees and the bak- married in Maumee, Ohio, in Owosso, Heidi and Marie Hanlpton ery at' Giants Supennarket. After he retired in 1971, they moved of Owosso; a son, Aaron Hampton of The Funeral Mass will be held at to Florida. Owosso; two grandchildren, William St. Paul C!1tholic Church, Owosso' While in Owosso, Mr., Haidt at- and Jesica Tumwald; his mother, on, Saturday at 9 a.m. with Fr. tended Christ EpiscopaI Church Ruth Hampton of Ovid; two sisters, Robeli D. Kolenski officiating. 8ur- where he was a member of the ves~ Sybil Stevens of Tennessee, Carol ial will follow in S1. Paul Cemetery.',try, served on the board of directors and Randy Snider, of Ovid; nine I 'Friends may call at the Nelson- i of the Shiawassee YMCA and of brothers, Bill and Elamo Hampton House Funeral Homes, Owosso to- I First Federal Savings & Loan Asso- of Lansing, Dean and Nita Hampton day 9 a.m. to, 9 p.m.:.' ciation of Owosso. He was president' of Lansing, Gary and Cheryl Hamp- Mrs. Hagan was bom in, Owosso of the Owosso Kiwanis Club in 1960 ton of Lansing, Ronnie Hampton of on Jan. 2,3, 1917, the daughter of and was named Boss of the Year by 'Tennessee, Harold and Robin Hamp Michael a,nd Mary (Hawkshaw) Hart the Shiawassee Valley Chapter of ton of Holt, Freddie and Susan and had resided in this area all of Ithe National Secretaries Association Hampton of Owosso, David Hampher life., She graduated from Siena lin He was a member of the ton of Ovid, Stan Hampton of Ovid, Heights College in Mrs. Ha-,Elks in both Michigan arid Florida. and Willie ~ampton Jr. of Ovid; gan was a member of the, Daughters, Mr.Haidt is survived by his wife; also,manf meces and nephews. of Isabella, St., Paul Altar Society a son, James, of Raleigh, N.C.; and Memonals may be,made to Shia- 'and the Owosso Eagles. ' two grandchildren. was see County Hospice or American,,She married James Butcher Sr. in Cancer Fund. I He died ill She then 'married Ray Hagan th~s past Sept. 112, and he survives her as do two,sons, James Butcher of Owosso and William (Cinde) Butcher of Corunqa; two daughters, Shirley (BjIl) Fitzgerald and Marlene (Glenn) f'assow; a son-in-law, Bob W. Nelson, all of Owosso; 14 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a step~ daughter, IyIary Lou Hagan of Ha- Mrs. Hagan was predeceased by a slett; three stepsons, Lyle, (June) Ha- daughter, JoAnn Nelson on October gan of Muskegon" Charles (Rande) 21 of this year, a brother Tom Hart Hagan of 13yron,Edward (Patricia) two sisters, Margaret and Kathie ' Hagan of Corunna; five stepgrimd-' She wa,s a devoted mother ae~ children; a sister-in-law, Mrs. loving wife, who will be gr ~ Mildred Hart of Owosso. ' missed by her family. ' ea y Memorials are suggested to St Paul Catholic Church or the JoAn~ inelsoll Memorial Scholarship. ' 73

75 74 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Rosella Hanselman Stephan Harsay Age 61, of Owosso, formerly of Age 77, of Owosso died this Durand died Wednesday, March 9, morning, Monday, June 13, 1994, at 1994, at Hurley Medical Center, the Memorial Healthcare Center, Flint. Owosso. Mrs. Hanselman worked for the Mr. Harsay was a fartner, he also Secretary of State Office in Lansing worked at Mid-West Abrasive as a and the Department of Veterans. kiln operator for 23 years, retiring in Hospital in Battle Creek Services will be held at Nelson- Services will be held Wednesday, House Funcral Homes, Durand on Sa- June 15, I p.m. at the St. Paul turday, March 12 at 3 p,m, Pastor Tom Catholic Church, Owosso. The Rev. Anderson will officiate with burial in Fr. Robert D. Kolenskj will officiate Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Vis- with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, itation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. There will be a rosary said Tuesday, and Saturday until time of service. 7:30 p.m. at the Jennings-Lyons Mrs. Hanselman was born in Dur- FunerarChapel, Owosso. Friends and 011 May 1, 1932, the daughter of may cali at the chapel Tuesday 2 to Edward and Marguerite (Angelbeck) 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Hardee. She graduated from Durand Mr. Harsay was born in Detroit, Betty Marie High School in 1950 and had re- Mich. on Sept. 10, 1916, the son of siped most of her life in the Durand Joseph and Victoria (Laslo) Harsay, area, He attended the Carmody and Scott Habermehl She was married to Charles Schools in Shiawassee County and Age 74, of Corunna, died thms- Hanselman. He predeceased her in had resided most of his life in day, Nov. 17, 1994, at home, Owosso. Mrs. fla b e rille h I was a Survivors include: one son, Ed- On Oct. II, 1941, he and Helen homemaker. ward Adam Hanselman of Owosso; Ziola were married in Bannister. He Services will be held at Grace stepdaughter, Martha Reynolds of served in the U. S. Air Force, Bible Church, Owosso, Monday, Grand Rapids. Mr. Harsay was a member of the Nov. 21, 1994, at 11 a.m. Pastor, Mrs. Hanselman was predeceased st. Paul Catholic Church, life l11em Bob Zimmerman will officiate. Bm-: by one sister. ber of D.A.v., worked on Local ial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Mcmorials are suggested to the #1340 U.A.W. Bargaining COl11mit~ Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be: Kidney or Diabetes Foundations. tee and was \a member of the Shiaat Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, wassec County Farm Bureau. Owosso, Saturday and Sunday, 2 to ' Survivors include: a son, Thomas 4 p.m, and 7 to 9 p.m. (Cheryl) Harsay,of Coopersville, Mrs. Habermehl was born in Mich.; grandchildren, Alex and Owosso Township, Aug. 9, 1920, Molly at home; a brothcr, Alexander the daughter of Fred A. and Tracy, (Thelma) Bolla of Kempner, Texas; (Hamby) Hilgendorf. She attended, and. Christian TomaH~; si.sters, Wi- sisters, Rose Seelhoff of Haslett, Lutheran School Owosso then Ven_ nona Long of YpsIlantI, Aldene Irene (Stephen) Mankoci of South '.. h 'd '. Parker of Owosso, Barbara (Keith).) dl f E t Ice Center. Sean Lloyd G, Haber- 'Ell' tt f V d b'l GI d (El ) ficld, Mary (Darwm Du ey 0. as mchl were married in Owosso, Sept. 10 ; 0. an er It,. a ys mer Lansing; several nieces and Sh 'h db C n Esper of Lennon, Shirley (Robert) h,. e a een a orun a M'II f C d '1 nep ews. resident for over 50 years. ' I ; ~ orun~a, an Nancy HI - Mr. Harsay was predeceased by She was a charter member of gen ~ of ~ans111g; brothers, Harold. his wife, Helen, his parents and a G. h h. d (Jackie) Hilgendorf of Newaygo, ; race Btble C mc and a Sun ay J h (B tt S ) H'I d f f E sister, Anna. school teacher. 0 n. e y. ue I gen or o. ast Memorials are suggested to the.. Lans111g, Willard (Arlene) Hllgen- h \' Ch h Survivors 111c1ude: her husband, dorf of Pe Edward (Ma Jane) st. Paul Cat 0 IC ure. 'Lloyd of Corunna; a daughter, Mrs.. r;y'.ry Donald (Sharon) Schultz of Owosso; Hllgendorf?f Cha.ndler, Anz., Rev. t wo sons, D ona Id (V IC ' k') I H a b ermc hi James (Manon) d. Htlgendorf,. of Sum- d f 0 d L R (C d) ner, an Gary (Mo11lca) Hrlgen orf H b woshslo fand e d OY YdnhYI of Maple Rapids; a special sister-ina erme 0 man; gran c I -. I G " H'I d R II Shit J ff aw, racle I ren, usse c u z, e. ery Sh. d gendorf d of Corunna, e was pre ecease by her pac h u It z, Sh awn S c h u It z, D ona Id d d. S S h It J Sh S h It S tt rents, Fre an Tracy Htlgendorf; c u z r., erry c u z, co. t D I V '1 B. 's hit" H b hi T SIS ers, e ores YSOCI, onme c u tz, ncla a erme, roy H bl b tli F d H'l d f H b ' hi Rh d Ab C um. e; ro ers, re I gen or a erme, on a rams, ralg. J. M d H'I d f d' Tomalia, Jason Tomalia, Jennifer,1 h:it br~r~::s, I gen or; an SIX Habermehl, and Sandra Habertnehl;'. M f'al be 1 de to " d 'Id. I el110 I s may n a great-gran chi ren, N. ICO e Prater, ' F; nen d f H' G B'bl S 0 osplce or race I e Tracey Schultz, Brandon DeRosse I t, Ch h Krista Gilman, Joshua Schultz, Ta-: urc. b. 'k H T II H b hl ; Arrangements y Jenn111gs-Lyons ml a arper, erre a erme 1,', I Ch 1 0 C o II 111 ' Ab rams,. N' Ie hit 0 as oma \" la, Funera ape,. wosso.

76 OWosso Argus-press Beatrice May Hall Age 73, of Owosso died Tuesday evening, Dec. 27, 1994, at the Me. : morial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Hall was a homemaker. She formerly owned Little Gem Diner in Durand and worked at the Whistle Stop for many years. Services will be held Friday, Dec. 30, 1 p.m. at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. The Rev. Richard Forsythe will officiate with burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Friends may call at the chapel today until 9 p.m. with the family being present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Hall was born in Thompson, Mich. on March 29, 1921, the daughter of Dona Joseph and Eva (Faulkller) Brunette. She had resided in Owosso for the past 25 year\l. On Aug. 27, 1940,she and Harold W. Hall' were married in Owosso.. Mr. Hall passed away in Mrs., Hall was a member of the Church of Nazarene, Owosso and : formerly a member and Sunday school teacher at the Church of the Nazarene, Durand. She was also a member of the Lenllon TOPS. Survivors include: three sons, H. Bill (Sharon) Hall of Owosso, Jim (Linda) Hail of Clarkston, Rick Hall of Owosso; two daughters, Gloria. (Jerry) Castle of Henderson, Pat Ruggles of Owosso; 15 grandchildren;eight great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson. Also surviving are brothers,and sisters: William Hartsuff of Troy, James Hartsuff of Berkley, Richard Halisuff of Berkley, Harold Hartsuff of Berkley, Allan Hartsuff of Davison, Shirley Lumsden of Hillsdale, Donald Brunette of Newberry, Tereasa Hough of Tawas, Mary Mosler of : Florida, Jenette Feltner of Big Bay, Beverly Boursaw of Pendleton, Ore., Barbara Stephenson of Tawas; many nieces and nephews; and special friend, Frances Kessler of Owosso. Mrs. Hall was predeceased by her mother and father, husband, one daughter, two grandsons, one greatgrandson, two grothers and one, {nephew.. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons. Funeral C4apel, Owosso. Ward John Hansen Age 88, of Owosso died Tuesday morning, July 26, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso.. There will be no visitation or service. Arrangements by the Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. E. J. Hall Dale H. Hankinson Age 83, of Flint, died Wednesday, Age 71, of Wolcottville, Ind., for- May 11, 1994, at his.residence.. merly of Owosso, died Monday,, Mr.-Hall was a farmer and then a June 27, 1994, at Vencor Hospital, parts manager for John Deere in Lagrange, Ind. : Lennon, Miller's Ford Tractor in Mr. Hankinson was a retired tool 10wosso and FtintFord Tractor. maker at General Motors in Flint. Services will be held at Sharp He was presently employed at KCH Funeral Homes, Miller Road Chapel, Service, Inc. of Howe, Ind Miller Rd" SWartz Creek on. Servic~s will be held at Smith Saturday, May 14 ath a.m:. Pastor! Funeral Homes, Owosso Chapel on David D. Coleman and. Pastor Glenn i Friday, "July I at 11 a.m. The Rev. Vibbert will offidate. Interment will, David Tripp will officiate with burbe in Ridge Road Cemetery at 3'. ial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, p.m. Friends may call at the funeral Owosso. Visitation will be today home today and Friday from 2 to 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday' from p.m. and 7 to' 9 p.m. 2 to 9 p.m.. Mr.. Hall was born in Brady Town~ Mr. Hankinson was born in Morship' on March 24, 1911~the son ofel-., ;rice on Feb. 6, 1923, the son of mer and Cora Hall. He had lived in:.v olney and Pearl (Morgan) Hankin 'Flint for 63 years; son. He graduated from General. On March 22, 1930, he and May Motors Institute in 1954.!Moore were married. She preceded On Jan. 11, 1947, he and Lois L. :him in death in Lawson 'were married. She died, Mr. Hall was a charter member of Dec. 9, He then married Elsie : the fire department, justice of the I Hill on May 29, 1993, in Lincoln, {peace and a township trustee in Flint " Neb. Township. He was a member of Mr. Hankinson was a member of Bethel Park Free Methodist Church I the American Legion Post #215, Lafor60 years.. grange, Ind., a life member ofv.f.w. Survivors include: his daughter" #9455 of Owosso, Moose Lodge Florence (Myron) Manchester and I #1351 of Lagrange, Ind. and Fraternal son, Arnold (JoAnne) Hall au of, Order 01 Eagles of Lagrange. Flint; seven grandchildren, Brenda' Survivors include: his wife, Elsie Miller, Marie Manchester, Kathy, Hankinson of Wolcottville, Ind.; Streasick, Philip Hall, Brian' Hall,' three sons, ]ames Hankinson of La 'Nat;lcy Love. and Brent. Hall; 12 i grange, Ind., Kenneth Hankinson of great-grandchildren; special family: Forest City, N.C. and Robert Hankinfriend, Florence Augsbury; three sis~ i son of Owosso; three daughters, Sha )ers, Viola Teple, Eunice Weeden,!.ron (Richard) Depew of Lagrange, Mary Kingsbury;. '~r~tlterj James Marion (Kevin) Swedine.of Owosso, Hall; many nieces and ~ephews. Mary (Michael) Snyder of Owosso;, Mr. Ball was predeceased by his one stepdaughter, Nan (Ronald) Ruwe :wife, May, his parents, two sisters,' of Lincoln, Neb.; follrbrothers, Verlin. Leta, Wirt and Daisy Gothan, two! Hankinson of Morrice, Dr. DJ. Hank :brothers, Ace Hall [lnd Marion Hall.: inson of Leesburg, Fla., Dr. Cloyee : Memorial contributions may be Hankinson of Camillus, N.Y. and :made to the American Heart Associ-! James Hankinson of Bay City, Mich.; ation or the Bethel Park,Free Methodist Church builditlg fund. Isabelle Trythall (Rayen) Hall Age' 83, of Sarasota,Fla., formerly of Owosso, died Friday, Jan. 21, Cremation was held on' Monday, Jan. 24 by the National Crematiei'Q Society. of Sarasota; 18 grandchildren and six great~ grandchildren. Mr~ Hankinson was predeceased by one son, Louis Hankinson in 1989, one sister and three brothers. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Edward G. Hanold Age 69, of Boca Raton, Fla."died,Friday, Feb. 25, 1994, in Florida..Funeral services will be held Monday ht 11 a.m. at Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. '. Visitation will be today from 2-9 p.m. Burial will be in Riverside Cemet ery, Elsie.

77 76 Amelia Hammond Age 71, of Ruess Rd., Perry died Tuesday, April 19, 1994,at her,home. ; Mrs. Hammond was retired fro111 'Globe Union. Services will be held Friday,' April 22, 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Morrice.. Fr. j Matthew Fedewa will officiate with burial in Middlebury Cemetery, Ovid. Friends may call at' the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, J..aRowe Chapel, Perry today 2 to 9 p~m. and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with!the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 :to 9 p.m., both days. There will be a Scripture service Thursday, 7 p.m. at the chapel. Mrs. Hammond was born in Lans- ing, Mich. on Feb. 5, 1923, the daughter of Gaspar and Angela',(Kriscek) Szarka. She attended Ovi,d schools and had resided most of tier life in the Perry area. On Dec. 27, 1941, she and Irwin Hammond were married at the Re ~urrection Catholic Church,Lansing. Mrs. Hammond loved gardening and flowers. Survivors include: her husband, Irwin; two, sons, Robert (Linda) and Ronald. (Sue) all of Perry; one, daughter, Angela (Ed) Thomas of Maryland; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bill (Ann) Szarka and John Szarka; i one sister, Rose Croker; several nieces and nephews and many spe- cia I friends. Mrs. Hammond was predeceased by her parents, four brothers, Louie, Sigmond, Joseph, Jimmy and one sister, Helen Russell. Memorials are suggested to the St. Mary's Catholic Church'i Morrice. O\VOSSO Argus-press 1994 Hazel M. (Briggs) Hammond Charles L. "Shorty" Hancock Age 89, of New Lothrop died Age 60, of 111-1/2 S. Washington Monday, Feb. 28, 1994, at the Shia- St., Owosso died Sunday, April 24, wassee County Medical Care 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Facility. Center, Owosso. Mrs. Hammond was a homemaker Mr.,.Hancock was retired 'from and farmed with her husband for 25 I A.C. R~chester West in 1990, after years. I 32 years of service.' Services will be held at The A servlcewill be held at the Church of the; Nazarene, New Lo-.ll1ausoleum at Hillcrest Memorial thi:op on Wednesday, March 2 at 11 Gardens, Owosso on Tuesday, April a.ill. Pastor Randy Rucker will offi- 26 at 2 p.m. The Rev. Mark Miller ciate with burial in Flushing CHYwill officiate. There will be no C;emeterY.i Visitation will be at visitation. Whelpley-Martin Funeral Home, Mr. Hancock Was born in Owosso New Lothrop today from 11 a.m. to on Dec. 3, 1933,the son of Vurble 9 p.m. and Wednesday at the church, and Mildred Hancock. 10 a.m. until time of service. Survivors include: two qaughters, Mrs. Hammond was born in Pre-. Brenda Hancock and Robin Hanscott, Mich. on Sept. 26, 1904, the i cock, both of Owosso; one son, Midaughter of Gustave and Mary' chael (Cindy) Hancock of The Col (McKim) Birgquist. She graduated ony, Texas'; four grandchildren; two from Prescott High School in 1921 sisters, Mrs. Leta Bosom of Bar and lived in the New Lothrop area Harbor, Maine. and Mrs. Carol most of her life. Brown of Eaton Rapids; one brother, On Aug. 22, 1925, she and Lester Vurble Jr. pf Holt.. W. Briggs were married in Flint. He Mr. Hancock was predeceased by died July 8, She then married two chil,dren, parents and a sister. Wilbur Hammond July 29, 1972, in Memorials maybe made to the Lake City, Mich. He died Jan. 4, Memorial Healthcare Center C.C.V or the American Lung Asso~iation. Mrs. Hammond was a member of the The Church of the Nazarene, Margaret H. Harmon New Lothrop. Age 89, of Flint, formerly of Survivors include: two sons and Owosso, died Tuesday, July 5, 1994, their wives, Lloyd and Esther Briggs at St. Joseph Hospital, Flint.. of. New Lothr?p, Ted. and Sharr~n Services will be held Saturday, Bnggs?f Sagmaw; lline. grandchtl-. July. 9 at 2 p.m. at Brown Funeral dren; mne great-grand:iuldren and: Home, 1616 Davison Rd., Flint. The one great-great-grandc~t1d... Rev. Raymon4 Dean will officiate She was preceded III death by a with burial in' Grace Lawn Cemetson, Gary Nov. 5, ery, Flint.. Arrangements by Whelpley- M s Harmon was born in New Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop. Hav:n: Mich. on Aug. 14, She lived in Flint most of her life. She attended Bentley Wesleyan Church. Survivors include: six children, Beverly and Gordon Avery of Harrisville, Edwin and Mary Ellen Harmon of Flint, James Harmon of Flint, Shirley and Floyd Freiburger of Burton, Patricia and Thomas Foster 'of Flint, Phyllis and Thomas Smith of Owosso; 31 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren, nine' greatgreat-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband Roy E. Harmon and son, D~nald Ler~y Harmon.

78 Owosso Argus-press 1994 E. Handley Age 77, of Lake City, passed away at Mercy Hospital in Cadillac, TtlCsday, Nov. 29, Mr. Handley had retired from Saginaw Steering Gear in Saginaw after 25 years and moved to Lake City from Oakley in Al1len10rial service will be held at the Brady Wesleyan Church in Oakley, Friday, Dec. 2, 19<14, at 11 a.m. Mr. Handley was born in Niles on June 1, He and Ellen Devereaux were I11a!Tied Dec. 15, 1945, I in Elsid He was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.S. Anny and was wounded in Germany. He received the. Purple Heart, American Theater Campaign Medal, European Campaign Medal with bronze star, Victory Ribbon, and six overseas ser-' vice bars, He was a life member ofthe K. Hayes V.F.W. Post in Cadillac. Age 69, of Owosso, died Wednesday, April 6, 1994, at his home. I Cecil Mr. Havlik retired from General! A e 84, of Owosso, died Thurs- ~urvivors include: his wife, Ellen; Motors of Flint in 1980., day g morning July 28, 1994, at children, Nancy (Mrs. Leonard) Services will be held at Smith h' I Morse of Lansing, Mae (Mrs. Roome. '. I f S. I FI Funeral Homes, Owosso Chapel on Services will be held at Jennings- I g~r) Frednc < 0 ~ e, '. a., Saturday, April 9 at 1 p.m. A Rosary L Funeral Chapel Owosso on Nma (Mrs. Earl) Surhne of Lansll1~, will be prayed Friday evening at S;:~a, Jul 30 at 't 1 a.m. The Gerald Handley. ~f. Port Huron, GaIl 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Fr. Rev. M~rk St~ Louis and Rev. James (Mrs. Tom) Pnncmsky. of Ch~san Kolenski will officiate with burial in Pl,lrrish will officiate with burial in in~, Bernice (Mrs. Robll1) LeslIe.~f St. Paul Cemetery. Visitation will be I Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation will Bns:ol, Conn., Howard and WI e today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday I be toda from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 i Staela Handley of Sf. Petersburg, from 2 to 9 p.m. with the family y Fla.; brothers, Frank Handley of present from 7 to 9 p.m. both days.. P ~r. Hayes was born in Owosso South Bend, ll~d., an~ Earl Han~ley Mr. Havlik was born in New Ha- on Aug. 4,1909, the son of Edward,0,( Sarasota, ~Ia:; slst~,r, G~rttud~ yen Township on Feb. 8, J 925, the and Celia (Robertson) Hayes. He Gff)b~ of LanslI1g, 17 ~\a~dchltdren, son of John and Victoria (Minarik) graduated from Owosso High and live gnoa(-grandchtldlen. Havlik. He had resided most of his School and had resided in Owosso He was pl:edeceased by nine tife in the Owosso area and was all his life. '. brothers and sisters. affiliated with st. Paul's Catholic On Aug; 6, 1959, he and Beatrice; Arrangements by.the Young Fun- Church. M. Cook were married in Benzonia, eral Home, Lake City. On March 2, 1946, he and Rose Mfch. M. Viers were married' at St. Paul's He was one of the oldest mem- Catholic Church in Owosso. bers of the First Church of Christ. Survivors include: his wife, Rose He was a member of the Shiawassee Survivors include: his wife, Beat- M. Havlik of Owosso; two daught- 'Conservation Club, formerly active rice (Bea); son, Terry D. (Myrta) ers, Mrs. Clyde (Toni) Gootee of in Lion's Club.- (charter member), Hayes of Corunna; daughter, Mrs. Owosso, Mrs. Paul (Monica) Smith. Knights of Phythias and Old News Keith (Colleen) Buchele of Owosso; of Owosso; two sons, Gregory Boys. six grandchildren and four great (Lin.da) Havlik of ~oughton Lake, Mr. Hayes was proud of and grandchildren; three stelldaug?ters, Patnck (Lynn).Havhk of Green Bay, loved hjs family very much. He was Mrs. Arnold (Barbara) Kuschmsky Wis.; one daughter-in-law, Rosem- a generous man and was loved by of Saginaw, Mrs. John (Joanne) ary Havlik of Owosso; ten grand- many. The perfectionist that he was, Maul of Ft. Myers, Fla. and Mrs. children; one sister, M,rs. Joh.n he loved to work with his hands and James (Patricia) Colpean of Sagi (Stacy) Kuchar of New Lothrop; his particularly with fine woods. He was naw; 15 stepgrandchildren and 18 mother-in-law; four sisters-in-law an avid sportsman who loved to fish siepgreat-grandchildren; sister, Mrs. and several nieces and nephews. and hunt. James (Arlene) Salava of O",osso; Mr: Havlik was predeceased by As!l young man he worked ata several nieces and nephews; his parents; one son, Lance Corporal i, candy store for.a nickel an hour. Mr. Hayes was predeceased' by Christop ;f. Havlik; two great- Later he worked at Economy Shoe one son, Richard and four brothers. gtapdchildren; four brothers and one i store downtown. During the war, Memorial contributions maybe sisfe,t; \ :Mr. Hayes wept to work for the', maqe to Friends of Hospice and'the Mem'otii!.lS' may be made to the. Bendix Plant. He retired as a aranch: Alzheimer's Association. \ Max Baer Heart Fund. 'Manager for State Savings Bank in' Funeral Arrangements by : 1971, where he served for 26 Years., J ennings-lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. 77

79 78 Age 85, of Corunna, died Monday morning, Nov. 7, 1994; at the Me 'morial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Hayes was vice-president of 'Strawsine ManUfacturing, retiring in Services will be held at. First Un- Owosso Argus-press 1994 Gordon Morris Harper Age 79, of PerrY died Tuesday, March 8, 1994, at his residence. Mr. Harper Was a fanner and retired from Motor Wheel Tool & Die. Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg on Friday, March II at 11 a.m. Pastor Clinton McKinven-Copus will officiate with burial in Rose Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7, to 9 p.m. Mr. Harper was born in Woodhull Township on April 7, 1914, the son of Roy and Gertrude (Kiesling) Harper. He graduated from Graham,i School, Laingsburg in He re! sided most of his life in the Laingsburg and Perry area. On July 8, 1936, he and Lucille Caldo were married in his parent's home in Perry. They attended, Shaftsburg United Methodist Church. Survivors include: his wife, Lu cille of Perry; three sons, Gordon 'ited Methodist Church, Owosso on Morris Jr. (Connie Jean) Harper of i Thursday, Nov. 10 at I p.m. The 'Utica, Robert (Doris) Harper of.. Rev. Carol J. Johns will officiate Perry, Allan James (Sally Jane) Har- :. with burial in Hillcrest Memorial. per of Perry; six grandchildren and Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be six great-grandchildren. at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Mr. Harper was predeceased, by Owosso today from 7 to 9 p.m. and. one sister, Eleanor Heichew. ' Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7' Memorials may be made to to 9 p.m. There will be a special Shaftsburg United Methodist Masonic.service Wednesday evening. Church. at!':30 p.m. at the funeral chapel.' Mr: -Hayes l~ved music and Mr. Hayes was born in Owosso played the organ and piano. He also, on April 21, 1909, the son of August at one time, had his own band. and Maude (Kline) Hayes. He had Survivors include: three sons been a resident of Corunna all his Duane (Hetty) Hayes' of Oscoda: life. Dale Hayes and fiancee Bonnie of On July 9, 1933, he arid Elinor. Merrill.and Dan (Kathy) Hayes of Berry were Inarried in Corunna. She. Bellevue; three daughters, Dailene passed away Aug. 8, (Frank) Ustynek of Owosso Diane Mr. Hayes was a member of the (Keith) Johnson of Corun~a and First United Methodist Church, a Mary (Ed) Henry of Brant 19 life member of the Owosso Lodge grandchildren; nine gr'eat #81 F. & A.M., a metn6er of The grandchildren; three brothers, Harold Metropolitan Club of Owosso, a past (Thelma) Hayes of Imlay City, Paul member of Fraternal Order of Ea- (Jane) Hayes of Tampa and James gles#851 of Owosso; Cor~nna First (Betty) Hayes of Shaftsburg and sis Citizen of the Year in 1951, past' ter, Dorothy (Fred) Headlee of member and past president of Cor- Tampa. unna Rotary Club, former member Mr. Hayes was predeceased by' of the Corunna Board of Education his wife,' Elinor; one granddaughter;. for 24 years and was president for one great-grandson; daughter-in-law, i to years, fonner member of the Sharon and one sister, Grace, Corunna Caledonia Township Fire. Stephan. Department for 40 years and also. Memor.ials may be made to the serve<i as assistant chief; former First United Methodist Church or member of the Corunna City Coun- thc':shiawassee County Medical cil and a member of the Corunna Care Facility (Pleasant View). Buildin~ Authority.. ; Funeral arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Ruth E. Hatzung Age 64, of 110 N. Fairfield St. Juneau, Wis. died Sunday, Aug. 28, 1994, at her home. Funeral services were to be held today, 2 p.m. at the St. Johns 'Evangelical Lutheran Church, ju~ neau. The Rev. Jon Balge was to officiate with burial in Union Cemetery, Slinger. Mrs. Hatzung was born Aug. 16, 1930, in Rhinelander, Wis. the daughter of Logan and Evangaline (Mitchell) Huebner. On June 28, 1952, she and Wilbur Hatzung were married in Rhinelander, Wis. Mrs. Hatzung was a graduate of: Rhinelander High School and Dr. I Martin Luther College in New Ulm, I Minn. with a B.S. in education. She received her masters degree from Siena Heights College of Adrian, Mich. She was a parochial school teacher in the Wisconsin Synod for 38 years retiring in December of Survivors include: her husband, Wilber Hatzung of Juneau; one daughter, Mary (Rev. Date) Raether of Juneau; two sons, Mark (Cheryl) Hatzung of Monroe, Mich., Rev. Michael (Deborah) Hatzung of N. SI. Paul, Minn.; her mother, Evange- ( line Huebner of Rhinelander, Wis.; 10 grandchildren;, four sisters, He- " loise (Walmer) Baehman of Neenah, I Wis., Charolette (Keith)Pleoger of. Sartell, Minn., Amelia (John) Rosek of Hammond, Ind., Sally (Georg~) Huizinga of Union Grove, Wis.; three brothers, Duane (Mary Ann) Huebner of Rhinelander, Wis., Roger (Margaret) Huebner of Geneva,. III., Dennis (Georgette) Huebner of Rhinelander, Wis.; nieces, nephews,, other relatives and friends. Mrs. Hatzung was predeceased by her father, infant brother and a isister. Memorials are suggested to the :Salem Lutheran School. Arrangements by the Murray Community Funeral Home, Horizon, Wis. Max L. Haviland Age 71, of Bancroft, Wis., formerly of Ovid, passed away Tuesday, March 1, 1994, in Bancroft, Wis. Mr. Haviland was a well known fanner in the Bancroft, Wis. area.. Services were held at Shuda Funeral Chapel, Stevens Point, Wis., on Friday, March 4, 1994.

80 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Venus Burgess Hazel Irene Hawn Hawkins ' ". Age 88, of Vernon, died Saturday, Age 93, of Owosso died Wednes-;Sept. 10, 1994, at The Memorial, day, J~n. 19, 1994, at her daughter's:healthcare Center, Owosso. home 111, Swa~tz Creek. Mrs. Hawn owned and operated i Mrs. Hawkl11s was a homemaker Ithe Seafood Inn in Vernon for many and fanned with her husband for i,years. many years. ' The funeral for Mrs. Hawn will be Services will ~e held Saturday, 4 held Tuesday at II a.m. at Jenningsp.m. at, the Jenmngs-'Lyons Funeral Lyons Chapel, Owosso, with Pastor Chapel, Owosso. The Rev. Mark D. Robert B. Stephan ofliciating. Burial M!ller will officiate with burial in will be in Greenwood Cemetery, ihtljcrest Memorial Gardens, Vernon. :Owosso. Friends may call at the Visitation at the funeral chapel chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday will be today from 7-9 p.l11. and 3 to 9 p.m. Monday frol112-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Hawkins was born in Cor-, Mrs. Hawn was born in Owosso unna, Mich. on Sept. 13, 1~00, ~he on April 20, the daughter of da~ghter of Jules and LOUIse (Pe- Elmer and May (Trec) Ncsbit. She qulgnot) Perry. resided most of her life in the Mrs. Hawkins was a lifelong resi- Owosso area. dent of the Owosso-Corunna area' On Aug. 13, <she and Theo-, having moved to Oscoda in dore H. Hawn were married in Polk She married Harry Burgess in 1921, town., Ga, in Flint, he died in Then in Mrs. Hawn was a mcmber of the 1970, she and Wilbur Hawkins were Owosso Sevcnth Day Advcntist married in Corunna, he died in Church. ~ Mrs. Hawkins was a member of ' Survivors include: HCLhusband, the Bennington United Methodist, Ted; daughter, l\:faljorie (Jack) Be Church, Owosso, was a 4-H leader dcll or Durand (Shiatown); step and.taught many the skilis of tatting,! daughter, Judy (Charles) Sutter of sewmg and other crafts. She was Oakley; stepson, Hcrman (Shirley) ; ~ond of playing cards, especially Hawn of Chesaning; three grandchileuchre....' dren; eight step-grandchildren; seven SurVIVors mclude: two daughters, great grandchildren; 10 step-great Mrs. Clyde (Virginia) Smith of Sar- grandchildren; onc great-great grandasota, Fla., Mrs. Elmer (Barbara) son' and one brother Howard Vincent o~ Swartz Creek; one son, ': (Ruby) Nesbit of Florida. ' 'Buryl (Shlrley) Burgess of Grand. Mrs. Hawn was predeceased by Blanc;. one daughter-tn-law, Mrs. :three.brothers <lnd one sister. Wayne (Fern) ~urgess of S1. Joh~s; l Memorial contributions are sugone stepson, Btll (Dawn) H~wkms 1gested to the American Lung of Swartz Creek; 13 grandchildren; Assochhiol1., 14 stepgrandchildren; 24 greatgrandchildren; 22 stepgreatgrandchildren; five great-greatgrandchildren; two sisters-in-law, Heiee Donna (Martineau) Jessie Tullar of Owosso, Minnie ' Age 75, of Kawkawlt'n, Mt ch. and Burgess of Owosso; Nolan (Theresa) Dillsworth (who was like a son) of formerly of Owosso died Thursday, Owosso; several nieces and Dec. 8, 1994, at Bay Medical Cennephews. ter,.bay City. Survivors include: her husband Mrs. Hawkins was predeceased by Charles Heice; one daughter, Pat one son, Wayne in 1985, a grandson Michael Burgess in 1991, five 'Rash; one son, Bill NuttJr.; four : brothers i and one sister. brothers, Willard of Ludington, Dick Meri10rials are suggested to and Bob of Kingman, Ariz., Jack of Friends of Hospice. Corunria; one sister,. Joan Lotridge.of Owosso.. Mrs. Heice was predeceased by her parents, Wilford. and Lillian Martineau.. Marguerite Grace Hearin Age 75, of Owosso, died Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Hearin had worked. at Owosso State Savings Bank and had: been a realtor in Owosso. Services wiii be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg, S<lturday, at 1 p.m. Pastor J. Robert Anderson will offi~iate. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral nome today, 1 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Hearin was born in Genesee County, April 23, 1919, the daughter of Don and Viva (Dow) Edwards. She graduated from Swartz Creek School and had resided in Shiawassee County - Owosso for the last 30 years. She was married to Robert Hearin, who predeceased her. Mrs. Hearinhad been a member of many different organizations. Survivors include: two daughters, Leona (Frank) Baffi of Homer, Henrietta (Larry) Sparkes. of Laingsburg; a stepdaughter, Katherine (John) Kim. of Tampa, Fla.; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; a stepgreatgrandchild; and a brother, Lawrence (Grace) Edwards of Lake Odessa. ~he was predeceased by a brother/ 'Alton Edwards and her husband, Robert Hearin. Memorials may be made to the, Laingsburg Library. -Clio man dies in mot~rcycle I1ttt{. accident i ~ A 22-year-old Clio man was killed Friday evening on M 71 between Vernon and Corunna when,the moto.rcycle he was driving. slammed mto an asphalt truck in a construction zone. David Shane Helms was declared. de~d at the scene, according to the Shtawassee County Sheriff Department which investigated the accident. Deputies say Shane, westbound on M 71, "traveling erratically," disregarded a flagman west I)f Kerby Road and drove into a construction ~one at a high rate of speed, mnning Into the back of the tmck. Deputies were assisted on the scene by Corunna Police and Corunna Area Ambulance. 79

81 Frank Heger Age 85, of Owosso, died Wpdnes~ day, Aug. 17, 1994, at. Memorial. Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Heger was retired from.. Woodbury Sheet Metal, Inc., in Services wiij be held at Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall, Saturday, Aug, 20, at 2 p.m. Mr. Daniel Gon~ zales will offficiate. Arrangements are being handled by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, 'Owosso. There will be no visitation..! Mr. Heger was born in Kusnia" Croatia, July 26, 1909, the son of. Paul and Marian (Heberling) Heger. He had lived in Shiawassee County for over 50 years. He was a member of Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall. Survivors include: four sons, Frank Heger of Owosso, Paul A; Heger of Bryan, Ohio, Pete Heger of Owosso, and Steven Heger of Phoe- ' nix, Ariz.; 20 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; four brothers, John Heger of Camden, George (Angeline) Heger of Hobe Sound, Fla., Paul (Wilhelmina) Heger of, Howell, and Joseph H.(Dl,lrothy) Heger of Eastpoint; five. sisters, Katherine Vorgitch of RoseviJIe, Gladys (Joseph) Clerblout of Red- ford, Lucy (Donald) Christiansen of inovi, Maryann (John) Gross, Wheaton,n}., and Barbara (Kenneth) Quist of Denver, Colo. Memorials may be made to the Jehovah's Witnesses World Wide Work. ~ Barbara R. Herrick o Age 81,. of 218 N. Park St i 19~~sso, died Th?rsday, Aug. 1 i:.' at the Shtawassee C. MedIcal Care Facility ounty Years ago M.. work d [s. HerrICk had. e at the candy factor. ~wosso and then for the old ~ tn l11ngham Drug Store un- Services will b 1; Id Catholic Ch h e e at St: Paul urc on Monda A 15 at to am Th F y, ug. K 1... e r. Robert D st ;ns;'c wt11 officiate with burial i~ Owosso ArgUs-press 1994 Michael L. Heiser Age 88, of 118 S. Walnut St., Vernon died Tuesday, Jan. II, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Heiser retired from Valley Motor Implement Co., in Valley City, N.D. in Mass will be celebrated at St. ::!Mary's Catholic Church, Durand on 'Friday at 10 a.m. Fr. Robert D. Kolenski will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gard~ns Owosso..,. Friends may call at the Nelson- House Funeral Homes,. Durand. where the family will meet friends Thursday 2 to 9 p.m. There will be a Scripture service Thursday evening. Mr. Heiser was born Dec. 5, 1905, in Manning, N.D., the son of Peter L. and Bridgetta (Messer) Heiser. He had resided in Vernon since He married Emma Roller in Dickinson, N.D. on July 2, She predeceased him Aug. 17, Mr. Heiser was a member of the St. Mary's CatJlOlic Church and was a lifetime member of the Valley City Eagles. Survivors include: one daughter, Mrs. Bruce (Caroline) Clark of Ringgold, Ga.; six sons, Lawrence A. and his wife, Cecile of Breckenridge, Minn., Richard D. and his wife. Shirley of Lansing, Edward C. of Page, N.D., James R. and his wife Diana of Corunna, Kenneth J.,and his wife Judy of Durand, Joseph.A. and his wife, Lorraine of Cor.unna; 14 grandchildren and five.great-grandchiidren. :. Mr. Heiser was predeceased b) his infant son, George, his parent! and several brothers and sisters. at' Na~ emetery. Visitation will be. e son-house Funeral Hom, Owosso today from 7 to 9 es, Sunday from 9 am p.m. and rosary wiu be ra' e' to 9 p.m. A. ing at 8 p Y d Sunday even-. S~Ivors inciud ' P ~.LeWts (Re in e. two brothers. on~~t Hemck was born in Chicago iris and Afbe~ Harc~)< olmt. Mor:, Steve a~d 2Pa~r.12, the ~aughter o( ibanc{ofi, many n~~~~lle) Harcek of She had. me. (McKish) Harcek. Mrs. Herrick w s and nephews. past 50 resided tn Owosso for the a daughter, JUlia as predeceased by, St. PaulY~=~ ~~d C was a memb~r of three sisters and n; :al m h er in 1961,.0 IC hurch. Memorials rot er... American Can are sug ested to the. cer SOCIety. Arthur M. Heingesberg Age 78,of New Lothrop died Monday, April 25, 1994; at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Henlgesberg was employed with Buick Division, GMC, for 30 years, retiring in The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Michael Catholic Church, Maple Grove Township on Thursday.at n a.m. The Rev. Fr. John O'Callaghan will officiate with burial in Sf. Michael Cemetery. A Scripture service will be pt;ayed Wednesday, 7 p.m. ibllowed by a Knights of Columbus Rosary at,8:30 p.m. at the Whelpley-Miutin Funeral. Home,. New Lothrop. Friends may calhoday after 6 p.pl. at the funeral home. Mr. Hemgesberg was born in New Lothrop on May \, 1915, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth. (Laux) Hemgesberg... On Oct. 4, 1972, he and' Joan (Brown) Hansen were married in Maple Grove Township. Mr. Hemgesberg was a member of Sf. Michael Catholic Church, Knights.of Columbus and Twin Brooks Golf CoiJrse, Chesaning. Survivors include: his wife, Joan; three stepdaughters; Judy (Guy) Bear of' Washington State, Janis Brown of New Lothrop, Julie (Joe) Tuck of Oklahoma; five stepgrandchildren, Jake Brown, Jim Bailey, Jackie BaiIey, Shane Young, Jen-. nirer Pierce; two stepgreatgrandchildren; two sisters, Tillie (Felix) Meyer and Agnes Stin1pfl both of Chesaning; two sisters-inlaw, Car111elita Brewer and Marcella Hemgesberg., Mr. Ht;mgesberg was predeceased by. brothers, Tony, Leo, George and Louis. RolJcrt SR..... enderson Age 78, of 1374 S'.... Rd" St. Johns Mich'. Henderson, Oct. 30,. I 994'., dle.d Sunday, I moria./ HoSPit;l ast the Chnton Me- MI' H ',I. 10hns..' enderson \Va ' r.. fofl.ller supefint d s. a tanller and n en ent of.. allce for St 1 h... l11alutefor 12 years.' 0 ns_public' Schools Services will b h Chapel-Osgood Fe. eld at Houghtoll on Wedl.lesday.N uneral Home, Ovid F uneral art' ' ov. 2 at 1 p.m. Houghton Ch angell1ents by Home, Ovid; apel-osgood FUlleral ----.

82 Owosso Argus-press Dale Alan Hendry Chester Roy Hepworth i HEWlTI', Douglas Clayton (Sil- '.. vers) - Age 60, died on Wednes- Age 45,,of Durand died Wednes- Went.home to be with his Lord day, May 18, 1994 at McLaren day, Nov. 9, 1994, at Hurley Medi- and SavIour. Chet Hepworth passed. Regional Medical Center: Mr. cal Center, Flint. away at his home in Henderson, Hewitt, who was known as "Dad" Mr. Hendry worked for Security Nev., on Monday, Feb. 28, 1994, at to many was born in Owosso on Foam and Packaging of Grand the age of 39. December 21, 1933, the son of Blanc.. Services will be held at Green Dorothy. Hewitt (Silvers) and Don Services will be held Saturday, 11 Valley Baptist Church in Henderson aid HeWItt. On January 18, 1958 he a.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral.,. N F 'd' t 12 D F k and Darleen Davis were married L ev..' r~llayffia. t nboon: I r" rank He served in the Michigan Nationai Homes, Durand. Pastor NyJe Rup-I e'yls WI 0 ICIa e. una WI 11 ta e Guard 125th Infantry and the U.S. pert will officiate. The family will place at Palm Mortuary, Henderson.. Amty Reserves. Mr.' Hewitt was receive friends today 7 to 9 p.m. and Mr. HeP'Yorth was born to Frank- employed by Builders Square and Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at lin and Elveretta Hepworth on Aug. i also helped his wife and daughter the funeral home.. 9, 1954, in Hart, Mich. deliver The Flint Journal. He for- Mr. Hendry was born in Durand, He was married to Barbara Kessel merly worked for Vemco Plastics in Mich. on March 14, the son of of Durand, July 30, He was a qrand Blanc. "Dad" was an asso Clemont and Nora Jean (Pitts) Hen-, member of the Green Valley Baptist clate member of the Amateur Radio dry. He graduated from Durandi Church in Henderson. l8f1d Yout~ and ~he AR.R.L. in addi-.... I tion to bemg known as "Dad". He High School with the class of 1967, Chet, an mdustnal Illustrator by,also was known by many and had resided 1110st of his life in: trade,. used his many.other abilities "Doug-None." Surviving ar.e:.:;: the Durand and Lennon areas.. especially art and music to serve the I wife, Darleen; son, Clayton Doug- He inarried the former Susan'. God he loved. I las Hewitt and wife Denise; daugh- Hazelton.. Survivors include: his wife, Bar-' ter, Kim Marie Hewitt and her Mr. Hendry was a member of the: bara; a son, Robby; parents, Franklin: fiance Darrel Ellwood, mother, N.R.A. and served in the Marines and Elveretta of Bancroft area' two' Dorothy Silvers; grandchildren, during the Vietnam War. sisters, Mrs. Eddy (Frances) H~ynes Amanda Marie!iewitt and a grand Survivors include: two children, of Corunna and Mrs. Mark (Lila) son to be bo"!-id July, Jacob Clay-. ton; many meces, nephews and Mrs.. Frank (Traci) Raslich of Mt.. Hutchllls.of LaFollett~, ~enn.; four cousins. Mr. Hewitt was preceded MO~IS, Alan Dale He~dry of Gran~ brothers, Henry of Inmssati, Alberta, ~ death by a step-father, Basil Rapids; two grandchildren, Brandl '! Canada, Robert of Las Vegas, Nev., Silvers, his father,donald Hewitt, Mooney and Amanda Raslich; three. Jonathap of Battle Creek, and David mother and father-in"law, Albert sisters, Anna Rodgers of Florida, of Auburn Hills. ~d An,tanda Davis. Funeral ser Mrs. Billy (Judy) Elliott of Harrison, Chet was predeceased by a brother, Vices will be on Monday, May 23, Jan Moses of Indiana; one brother, i Billy. _. '. _..... ~994 at 1 P, from the Sunset Craig and his wife Erica Lemons of Robert (Bob) Herrick hapel of ReIgle Funeral Home.,. Pastor Ed Shelton will officiate and Lennon; f~ther, CI~mont Hendry of Age 65, of Grand Blanc Town-burial will follow in Flint Memorial Mt. Morns; ex-wife, Susan~ step- ship,died Monday, Aug. 8, 1994, at ipark Cemetery. Friends may call at father, Robert Lemon of Indiana. Hurley Medical Center, Flinrthe Chapel from 9 AM to 9 PM on Mr. Hendry was predeceased by Mr. Herrick was employed 'th Saturday and Sunday and on Monhis mother. Genesee County Friend of th C WI rt day.from 9 AM until time of the e ou service. Memorials in his name D... om" H S: as a law ~?for~ement officer for 29 may be directed to the family... In go. InoJosa. r. Iyears, retmng III C'n..f_. Age 78, of Chesaning died Satur-. Services will be hyld at Swartz ~le. SUNSET day, Jan. 22, 1994.!Funeral Home, 1225 W. Hill Rd., 4305 Clio Rd., Funeral mass will be Wednesday, Flint on Friday, Aug. 12 at 10 a.m. Jan. 26, 11 a.m. atourladyl.1fperpe-therev. Steven J. Buck will offici-bonnitta l,ou' Humble tual Help Catholic Church, Chesaning. ate. Visitation will be today 'from 6 Arrangements by Misiuk Funeral to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 9 a.m. (,Hilgendorf) Home,. Chesaning. to. 9 p.m. A memorial service by. Genesee Lodge #174 F&AM will be Age 63, of Dafter,. MiCh., foro. Bernita Hine held Thursday evening at, r... at meriy of Owosso, died Monday, the funeral home.. June 27, 1994, at her residence. Age 62, of St. Johns died Tuesday Oct. 18, 1994, at her home. ' Funeral services will behet~friday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. at the Smitlt'l'un. eral Homes, St. Johns Chapel. Visita. tion will be today and Thursday 2 t09 p.m. Mr. Herrick was born in Fllnt on A memorial service will be held Aug. 15, 1928, and was a resident of Saturday, July 2, 12 noon at the the Grand Blanc and Flint area all of i Pickford Nazarene Church in his life. Pickford. He was a member of Genesee Lodge #174 F&AM and the Fraternal Order of Poiice. Survivors include: his wife, Bar-' bara; two sons, Joel! (Sandra) of Clearwater, Fla. and Robert W. II of Port Orange, Fla.; daughter, Janice: (Robert) Marshall of Fort Worth ~exas; six grandchildren, Joel Her~ rick, Chad (Shelly) Herrick, Jenni and Jill Marshall, John and Jason Young; great-grandson, Ryan Herrick. Survivors include: six children Connie and Michelle of Colorad~ Springs, Vickie Tudor of Corumla Martha of San Diego, Doug of Ne~ braska, fv1ark of Ellsworth; 16 grandchildren and 17 brothers and sisters. Arrangements by Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 W. Hi.1I Rd., Flint.

83 Owosso Argus-press HINKLE, Janet E. - Age 59, of Michael Keene Hill Janet E. Hinkle Durand, who is now with our Lord, in Heaven, died Tuesday, March Age 50, of Charlotte died Mon- Age 59, of Durand, who is now at day, Aug. 15, 1994, as the result of I with our Lord in Hea en, died Tuesa truck accident. ' day, March 22, 1994, al the Mel11or-! Mr. Hill was born in Michigan, ial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Fu- the son. of.martin and Edith Janet was a nurse 10 thousands at 'lrt (Cramer) Hill. " Hurley Medical Center, Flint where held ~Firs~ Mr. Hill was an.operations mana- she started her career in 1955, and 1 United ger and truck drwer for Central for the last 13 years as the supervi- Methodist States Distribution and was a mem- sor for G.M.I. Health Clinic, where Church ber of the Transportation Club of she loved and cared for e eryone. Durand, Fri Lansing. Prior to G.M.I., she worked in Hurday, March He is survi ed by his wife, Joyce; ley Emergency Room for 16 years. 25, 1994 ala son, Scott (Nancy) Hill of Lans- Ser ices' will be held at the First 11 AM. Pas, ing; daughters, Lora (Terry) Bowen United Methodist Church, Durand tor Tom An, of Hastings" Sabrina Hill of Char- on Friday at II a.m. Pastor Tom ffi. t' B' ~1,sderson Hill lotte; four grandchildren; father o cta mg; unc:u m unse t s'mart' H'll f O' b h M' Anderson will officiate with burial. S I H'll Fl' t F' d Flint. Family will receive friends 7- III I 0 wosso; rot ers,. III unse I S, Ill. nen S may 9 PM Wednesday and 2-4 PM andl~e HlIl of Gral)d ~avell, Da id call at thc Nelson-House Funeral 7-9 PM Thursday at the Nelson- Hill of St. Johns; Sisters, Dawn Homes, Durand where the family House Funeral Homes, Durand.. (Ted) Dunnell, Billy Louise Hill will receive friends today 7 to 9 Eastern Star Service will be heldboth of St. Johns; uncles, Darcy p.m. and Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 Thursday evenin-g. Memorial con:cramer, Richard Cramer, Jack to 9 p.m. tribution may be made to Shlawas- Cramer, Bruce Cramer and an aunt There will be an Eastern Star ~ee Hum,ane Society. She was born Jean Ostrowski.', Ser ice Thursday e ening. m DetrOIt Ml. on July 23, 193~, the. Funeral ser ices were to be held to- Mrs. Hinkle was born in Detroit, daughter of VerIe ~nd Ida Mlldrediday Friday August t 1 Mich. on July 23, 1934, the daughter Johnson. She graduated from Hur-;",a p.m. ley School of Nursing and resided at th~ Pra~ Funeral Ho~e, Charlotte. of Verle and' Ida Mildred Johnson. the past 15 years in Durand, com~interment In the Maple HIU Cemetery. She graduated from Hurley in~from Flint. She married Robert Maynard W Hill ' School of Nursing. Mrs. Hinkle had Hmkle on December 3, 1955 m. "rcsided the past 15 years in Durand Ubly, MI. Janet was a member of Age 74, of 3380 Pinehurst Rd., I coming from Flint. First United Methodist, Church, Lake died Saturday, Feb. 26, 1994,. On Dec. 3, 1955, she and Robert Durand, Order Eastern Star, Michl- at the Mid-Michigan Regional Medi- Hinkle were married in Ubly, Mich. gan Nursing Association, Mid cal Center, Clare. Mrs. Hinkle was a member of the I. America College of Health Associa- Mr. Hill was a self employed First United Methodist Church, Durtion and Nurse Directive College of Health Service of South East Michl- contractor. and, member of Order of Eastern gan, and. amemqer of Hurley T~ere.will b~ no funeral s~r ~ces. Star, Michigan Nursing Association, Nurses Alumni Association. Janet Bunal WIll be In Northern MIchIgan I Mid-America College of Health Aswas a nurse to thousands at HurleyiCemetery, Bay City.. sociation, Nurse Directi e College Medical Center where she started i Mr. Hill was born Jan. 31, 1920, of Health Ser ice of South East her career in 1955 and for Ule past :the son of Lee Ander and Zeta Michigan aj1(~ also a member of the 13 years as the supervisor for i(sho((smith) Hill. Hurley Nurses Alumni Association. G.M.l. Health Clinic where s.he, On May 12, 1960, he and Su a- She was a belo ed wife, wonderloved and cared for eve~one. Pnor 'nee V. Hill were married in Califi _ ful caring mother and a lo er of to GMI, she worked m Hurley... Of Emergency Room for 16 years. She mao Mr. HIli was a member of the,animals. was a beloved wife, and wonderful.~arwell y.f.w., Post and the Na- She is sadly missed by her huscaring Mother and lover of ani_bonal RIfleman s Assoc. band, Robert; two daughters, Mrs. mals. Surviving are: husband, Rob-: Survi ors include: his wife, Sue. J6fm (Christine) Christian of Mt. ert; 2 daughters, Mrs. John 'Hill of Lake, Mich.; two daughters, Morris and. Cathy Hinkle of (Christin~) Christian of Mt. Monis, Mrs. Linda Bames of Eaton Rapids, Owosso; a brother, Donald and his Cathy Hmkle of Owosso; brother, Mrs. Zelda Smith of Morrice' two wife, Randl of Petal, Miss.;' Uncle Donald and his wife Randi of Petal, sons. Stuart and Lynn Hill of Far- Elwyn Johnson.and his wife Jessie MISS., uncle, Elwyn Johnson and '11,. h d I '1. f S'I. 'c J. f P rt S.} MI.we, elg t gran c 11 dren; two SIS-, 0 Port al1l ac; many meces, nels Wile essie 0 0 am ac,;...' b f f]' d h many nieces, nephews and a great ters, Mrs. Ehzabeth Latunskl and phews and a great num er 0 nen s number of friends who win miss Mrs. Rethel Allen both of Perry; one who will miss her. her. May God seat her beside him, brother, Martin Hill of Owosso. May God seat her beside him, 'she she knew him well. Arrangements Mr. Hill was predeceased by his knew him well. by Nelson-House Funeral Homes, parents and one sister. Memorials are suggested to the 501 N. Saginaw St., Durand, MI. Arrangements by Coker Funeral. Shi~wassee Humane Society. Home, Farwell.

84 82 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Mary C. Hess Freda Marie Higby Wayne A. Hickmott Mary was born July 20, 1922, the Age 92, of Durand died Sunday, Age 51, ofrm'al Owosso, died Fridaughter of Haydn Johns and B~r- Nov. 6, 1994, at the Durand Conva- day afternoon, May 13, 1994, at the nice Dexter Johns of Randolph, WIS. lescent Center. Mary spent her childhood in Wis- Mrs. Higby was in retail sales University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor. consin and Iowa. She met her h~s-' having worked for Christians, was: The funeral for Mr. Hickmott will band Richard Hess while attendll1g manager at Dancers and Westside be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Jenningsthe University of Chicago in Bakery.' 'Lyons Chapel with pastors Ova and The next 18 years she devoted. to Services will be held Weqnesday, Beulah.Brewer officiating. Burial raising her children and supportll1g II a.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral. will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Benher husband at his work. Mary and~ HOI11es, Durand. The Rev. Robert H. nfngton Township. Richard ~ere divorced in'1961, in Koch will officiate with burial in Visitation at the funeral chapel Lombard, Itt. Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. The. ; will be today from 7~9 p.m. and. In 1.963, she married Allen family will receive friends Tuesday Monday from 2-4 and 7~9 p.m. Fritz and moved to. Owosso, living 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Mr. Hickmott was born in Mason therefrom In Owosso, she funeral home. on April 26, 1943, the son of Byron,was the executive director Jor the Mrs.. Higby was born in Ney, and Helen (Goble) Hickmott. iamerican Cancer Society, as well as Ohio on 'June 22, 1902, the daughter He resided in Bennington Townexecutive director of the Y.W.C.A. of William E. and Clara' (Koch) In 1972, she began her work asan Perry. She attcnded school in Ohio ship for the past 21 years." alcholisll1 co.unselor. She took cias- and had resided in Durand since On July 14, 1962, he and Lorna Ses at John Wesley C.ollege in psy-, G. Lake were married in Lansing. A member of the UA W Local chology, and sensitivity trainitrg to On Oct. 29, 1910, she and 652 Lansing, Mr. Hickmott retired further her career. In 1977, she was 'Spencer Higby were marri<!d.he in J~ly 1992 following 30 years with divorced and moved to California. idied in , b r h General Motors. She had a wide rangll1g career In Mrs. Higby was a mem er 0 Ie' He attended Full Gospel Chapel in alcoholism and drug counseling. At Auxiliary Brotherhood of Railroad C~rum1a. Memorial contributions are the time of her death she was program Trainmcn for over 50 years. She director at the Stillpointe Centre in Ha- enjoyed gardening, travel, her family suggested to the chapel. ciendaheights. She also taught alco" land friends. Survivors include: His wife, hoi and drug classes at Citrus College. I Survivors include: a son, Freder- Lorna; two daughters, Mrs. Danny,While living itr California she ic~ and his wije, Jessie Higby of (Carol) Scott of Owosso and Lynn served on many local and state [Troy, Motrt.; a daughter, Mrs. 00- Hickmott of Durand; two sons, Carl. boards in her chosen field. Includinginald (Marjorie) Stevenson of D~lr'". of Owosso and Dale (Teresa) of board director of the California As~land; LI grandchildren; 18 great- Corunna; 10 grandchildren; his sociation of Alcohol and Drug Ab- grandchildren; one sister, Dorothy,mother, Helen Hickmott of Corunna;.,use 1983 to present.she served as Critchett of Muskegon; nieces and his grandmother, Vada Goble of M.achair of the board of deacons and nephews.. son; three sisters, MrS". Herbert (Vlrboard of trustees at Brea Congrega-, Mrs. Higby was' predeceased by ginia) Bohley of St. Johns, Mrs. tional. Church. one daughter, Mary Gilmore, four Chuck (Mary EIl,en) Lofton of Alb- Her love and zest for life, were an brothers and two sisters. ion, and Mrs. Dale (Sharon) Hagainspiration for all who knew her. Memorials are suggested to the dorn of Mason; one brother, Robert She never gave up her belief that D. V.A. (Gloria) Hickmott of Oklahoma; sevpeople would find strengt~, c~urage, eral nieces and nephews. and desire to change their.hfe. ~or Margaret C. HICks He was predeceased by a sister,.the better. The miracle of thl~ behef A 90 of Owosso died Satur- Barbara Jean, and his father. ~~s ~ the hearts of her famtly and day,g;une '25, 1994, at 'Durand Connen s. alescent Center She is survived by three d~ught- IV Mrs Hicks w~s a homemaker. ers, Marilyn Berendt of Arlington The' Funeral Mass will be cele Heights, Ill., Deborah. Loftness of brated at St. Paul Catholic Church, Littleton, Colo., and.elizabeth Tynes Owosso Tuesday at 11 a.m. Fr. David I of Buena P~r~, C~hf. b th La- Stotenbur will officiate. Burial will be. Also survlvmg IS ~ ro er,. in st. Paul Cemetery. Visitation will timer Joh~s of Vemce, Fla., 10 be at Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Society, Daughters of Isabella, the gqll1dchtldren; tw~ gr~at- Owosso today 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with a Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and grandchildren and special fnend, rosary to be prayed today at 7:30 p.m. Pleasant View Auxiliary. She was a Ruth Edwards. Mrs. Hicks was born in Owosso, past member of O~osso Y.W.C.~. She was predecease? by one. Oct the daughter of James and Owosso Busl11ess Women s,daughter; Pamela Jones ~88. and' Ja~e (T~rrell) Campbell. She Club. DOl}atlons.may, be made 111 h~r aduated from St. Paul Catholic Survivors include: a sister, Mrs. memo~y to Sttllp01l1t Centre for GUI- fchool in 1920 and then attended st. E.A. (Frances) Dolan of Grand dance, E. Newton St., Ha- Joseph Academy of Adrian in Haven. ciend't. Heights, CA She and Byron W. Hicks were She was predeceased by a brother, A tr~e is to b.e planted WIth a married at St. Paul Rectory, J. Ray Campbell; five sisters, Sister,memorial plaque 111. her memory.. Owosso He predeceased her Feb.' M. Kevin O.P., Gladys Stotenbur, her remal~s ' She was a member of St. Agnes Campbell, Marie Donahue, Following crematl~n,,were itr~erred.atherchlldhoodhome In Pa~1 Catholic Church, st. Paul Altar' and Jean Daniher.! Cambna, WIS. "..,

85 Owosso Argus-press HINKLE, Janet E. - Age 59, of Michael Keene Hill Durand, who is now with our Lord; Janet E. Hinkle in Heaven, died Tuesday, March Age 50, of Charlotte died Mon- Age 59, of Durand, who is now at i day, Aug. IS, 1994, as the result of with our Lord in Heaven, died Tues-. a truck accident.,day, March 22, 1994, at the Memor- I Mr. Hill was born in Michigan, ial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Center, Fu- the son. of.martin and Edith Janet Was a nurse to thousands at neral. ser- (Cramer) Hill. \ Hurley Medical Center, Flint where held at WIll First be M r. H'II. I was an.0peratlons mana- she started her career in 1955, and: United ger and truck dnver for Central. for the last 13 years as the supervi- Methodist States Distribution and was a mem- sor for G.M.1. Health Clinic; where Church ber of the Transportation Club of she loved and cared for everyone.... U'u:UlIU', Fri Lansing. Prior to G.M.I., she worked in HUr March He is survived by his wife, Joyce; ley Emergency Room for 16 years a1a son, Scott (Nancy) Hill of Lans- Services will be held at the First AM. Pas ing; daughters, Lora (Terry) Bowen United Methodist Church, Durand Tom An of Hastings, Sabrina Hill of' Char- on Friday at II a.m. Pastor Tom ffi. tin B. I' S t Hill lotte; four grandchildren; father, Anderson will officiate with burial ~lin~~afajtly ~~. r!~eiv~"ljends 7~ Martin,Hill of?wosso; brothers, M. in Sunset Hills, Flint. Friends may 9 PM Wednesday and 2-4 PM andil<:e Hill of GraJ;1d ~aven, David call at the Nelson-House Funeral.7-9 PM Thursday at the Nelson- HIli of St. Johns; SIsters, Dawn Homes, Durand where the family House Funeral Homes, Durand. (Ted) Dunnell, BiHy Louise Hill will receive friends today 7 to 9 Eastern Star Service will be heldboth of Sf. Johns; uncles, Darcy p.m. and Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 Thursday evening. Memorial con~'cramer, Richard Cramer, Jack to 9 p.m. tribution may be made to Shlawas- Cramer, Bruce Cramer and an aunt There will be an Eastern Star see Humane Society. She was born Jean Ostrowski ' Service Thursday evening. in Detroit MI. on July 23, 193~, the Funeral servi~es were to be held to- Mrs. Hinkle was born in Detroit, daughter of Verle ~nd Ida MIldrediday. Friday August t t 1 Mich. on July 23, 1934, the daughter Johnson. She graduated from Hur-.", a p.m. ley School of Nursing and resided at th~ Pra~ Funeral HOffi:e, Charlotte. of Verle and' Ida Mildred Johnson. the past 15 years in Durand, com..:interment In themaplehdl Cemetery. She graduated from Hurley in~ from Flint. She married Robe.rt Maynard W Hill School of Nursing. Mrs. Hinkle had Hmkle on December 3, 1955 m ~ resided the past IS years in Durand Ubly, MI. Janet was a member of Age 74, of 3380 Pinehurst Rd.,: coming from Flint. First United Methodist ChurCh, Lake died Saturday, Feb. 26, 1994,' On Dec. 3, 1955, she and Robert Durand, Order Eastern Star, Michl- at the Mid-Michigan Regional Medi- Hinkle were married in Ubly, Mich. ~an Nursing Association, Mid cal Center, Clare.. Mrs. Hinkle was a member of the. America College of Health Associa- Mr. Hill was a self employed First Unitcd Methodist Church, Durtion and Nurse Directive College of Health Service of South East Michl- contractor.. and, member of Order of Eastern gan, and a member of Hurley T~ere :will b~ no funeral s~rv~ces. Star, Michigan Nursing Association, Nurses Alumni Association. Janet Bunal will be In Northern MIchIgan! Mid-America College of Health Aswas a nurse to thousands at Hurley [Cemetery, Bay City. sociation, Nurse Directive College Medical Center where she started I Mr. Hill was born Jan. 31,1920, of Health Service of South East her career in 1955 and for the past the son of Lee Ander and Zela Michigan am,l also a member of the 13 years as the. ~upervisor for \(Shoysmith) Hill. Hurlcy Nurses Alumni Association. G.M.I. Health Chme where she On May he and Suva- She was a beloved wife, wonderloved and cared for eve~one. Prior 'nee V. Hill w~re ma:ried in C Iifc _ ful ca. ring mother and a lover of to GMI, she worked m Hurley " ' a or Emergency I\oom for 16 years. She mao Mr. HIlI was a mcmber of the animals. was a beloved wife and wonderful Farwell V.F.W. Post and the Na- She is sadly missed by her huscaring Mother and lover of ani_tional Rifleman's Assoc. band, Robert; two daughters, Mrs. mals. Surviving are: husband, Rob- 1 Survivors include: his wife, SueJ6hn (Christine) Christian of Mt. ert; 2 daughters, Mrs. John 'Hilt of Lake, Mich.; two daughters, Morris and. Cathy Hinkle of (Christin~) Christian of Mt. Morris, Mrs. Linda Bames of Eaton Rapids, Owosso; a brothcr, Donald and his Cathy Hmkle of Owosso; brother, Mrs. Zelda Smith of Morrice' two wife, Randi of Pctal, Miss.; Uncle Donald and hls wife Randi of Petal, s()ns. Stuart and Lynn Hill of Far- Elwyn Johnson and his wife Jessie MISS., hi' WI'fe uncle, J. Elwyn f P rt Johnson S '} and M I' we II', elg. h t gran d c 1 '1. f S'I. 11 dren; two SIS- 0. Port alii ac; many mcces, ne- S essie 0 0 am ac,, t M s many nieces, nephews and a great ers, r. El' Iza b e th L a t uns k' d' h d t b f fi' ds 1 an pews an a grea num cr 0 nen number of friends who will miss Mrs. Rethel Allen both of Perry; one. who will miss her. her. May God seat her beside him, brother, Martin Hill of Owosso. May God seat her beside him, 'she she knew him well. Arrangements Mr. Hill was predeceased by his knew him well. by Nelson-House Funeral Homes, parents and one sister. Memorials are suggested to the 501 N. Saginaw St., Durand, MI.. Arrangements by: Coker Funeral Shi~wassee Humane Society. Home, Farwell.

86 84 Kevin Lee Hier Owosso Argus-press 1994 Hazel Hinspeter E. Hittle Age 96, 01' Byron, died Friday, Age 82, of 245 N. Lamb St., June to, 1994 at the Durand Conva, Perry, passed away Thursday, Feb. lesccnt Center.! 3, 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Mrs'. Hittle was a home maker.! Center, Owosso. Funeral services will be held Services will be held at Herbert Monday at [II a.m. at the Streeter Funeral HOlne, Manistee, Monday,' Funeral Home in Byron. Pastor Dan Feb. 7; 1994, at 1 p.m. The Rev. L. Rhanor will officiate. Blirial will Philip E. Krieger will officiate. Bur- be at Byron Cemetery. ial will be in Trinity Lutheran The family will receive visitors at Cemetery. The, body will rest at the funeral home today from noon to Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaR- 9 p,m, An Order of Eastern Star Me- : owe Chapel, Perry today from 3 to 9 morial Service will take place top.m. and Sunday, 3 to 9 p.m. at the night at 8 by the Huldah Chapter, Herbert Funeral Home in Manistee. There will be a Rebekah service No. 212., Mrs, Hittle was born Nov. 21, ~~ay at 7 p.m. at the chapel in 1897, in Burns Township, the errym" H" b' M daughter of Charles and Stella rs. II1speter was om 111 an- (L ) S h'k 1 I'., t M' th d h I' adue c wei ert. S1e lved In the Isee.on ay,, e aug ter I Byron area her entire life. of Frank and Mary (Schultz) Dash-, 0 N h d CI ner: She attended, Manistee schools n. ov.,, S ~ an.ard 'd d tf h I'fi. th ence Hittle Sf. were marned III Cor- Age 30, of Owosso died Saturday ~n resl e ~~os ~ Werl I eh~n e unna, He died July 21, evening, July 9, 1994, in Ogemaw,erry area. e. an. a ter, II1spe- Mrs, Hittle was a life member of COlmly. tcr were marned 111, J Mamstee on th e H u Id a h ct' lap t er N' o r d er Mr. Hier was employed by Tele- une '.. of Easter'n Star. She attended the dyne Industries, Howell for the past Mrs. }hnspeter was a homemaker' First United Methodist Church of nine months. He was formerly em-.,. and, a ~11emb~rof the Rebekahs. Byr~n. I SurvIVors mcjude: her husband, S..' p oyed by Shiawassee Manufactur- W It. t or M G'II f urvlvors l11clude: A son, C.J. ing for three and a half years. a ~r; a SIS er, I~e' c I ~ry 0 Hittle of Gaines; a daugllter, Mrs. Services will be held at the ~a?~tee; a ~rother-li1-law, Richard Fred (Margaret) Gooding of Durand; Jennings-Lyons Fl.lI1eral Chapel, mit, a nep ew, Gordon Woodard, 13 grandchildren' several greatand numerous other nephews and I d h'ld d ",. ' Owosso on Friday at 11 a.m. Pastor ; gran c 1 fen; an a mece. R o b er t M ue II er wii. I of fi lciate with meces.. I n a dd" lhon to h er h' us b an d, Mrs. burial in O,ak Grove Cemetery, She was predeceased by her first: Hittle was preceded in death by a husband Roy Bush... Owosso Township. Friends may call' son, Gerald, and a SIster, Clara at the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Jarrette. Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sinclair G. Hoefling Mr. Hier was born in Owosso, Mich. on Dec. 23, 1964, the son of Elwin and Janet (Bailey) Hier. He' attended the Salem' Lutheran School and Owosso High School,cJass of He was a life long resident of this area. Mr. Hier was a member of the Salcm Lutheran Church. He served in the National Guard and the U.S. Marines.. Survivors include: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin J.' Hier of Age 78, of Portland, Ore., passed away Tuesday, Feb, 22, 1994, in Portland. Mr. Hoefling worked as a medical technician at Memorial Healthcare' Center and as a. security guard at Portland Hospital.' Services will be held in the chapel at Oak HilI Cemetery, Owosso, Monday, Feb. 28, 1994, at 4 p.m. The Rev. Earl Skinner wi II officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill CemetelY. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Owos~o; one daughter, Tara LYQ;. Funeral Chapel, Owosso. two sons, Kevin Michael and Joseph Le!!, all of Owosso; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bailey of Corunna, Myrtic Hier of Owosso; five brothers, Christopher (Brandie) Hier of Owosso, Shane Hier o( Coleman, Fla., Jason (Vicky) Hier of Owosso, Aaron (Michelle) Hier of Owosso, Me Hier was predeceased by his Andrew Hier of Owosso; nieces, fonner wife, Peggy Sue Wright Hier Amber, Sierra and Molly Hier all of in 1992, a. brother. Scot~ Patrick in Owosso; nephews, Christopher and i 1970, a mece Ana.na.m 1993, a Jerrod Hier of Owosso; several au-, grandparent Jesse. H~er Il~ 1967 and nts, uncles and numerous cousins. I an Uncle. Duane Bmley , Memonals are suggested to the family. Agnes May Hoag. Age 95, of Bancroft, died Friday, May 20; 1994 at McLaren Hospital, Flint. She was a lifetime resident of Livingston County. Services will be held 1 p.m. Monday, May 23, at MacDonald's Funeral Home, 315 N. Michigan Ave., Howell.. Visitation is today between 1 p.m.-5 p.m. and 7 p.m.-9 p.m. and Sunday between 1 p.m.-9 p.m. Survivors include: Six children, Albert and Louis of Fowlerville, Lottie Lang of Lansing, Lafayette of Webberville, Elizabeth Kubala of, Bancroft and Milabel Emmons Of Howell; 22 grandchildren; 76 greatgrandchildren and 35 great-greatgrandchildren; and, one sister, Gertrude Barnes of Ann Arbor. Memorials are suggested to Mil I son Road Baptist Church.

87 Owosso Argus-press 1994 tions. Upon the takeover of Ray-O- Vac by International Nickel in 1976, Alice Marie HoensheU Mr..Hoddy became. execu~ive vice I Age 60, of 1301 S. Cedar St., president of International Nickel and Owosso died Wednesday, March 23, remained in charge of Ray-O-Vac 1994 at her residence. International and Universal Electtic. M;s. Hoenshell worked in the I.n 1978; he retired from Interna- family business, Stoner's Cleaners tlonal NIckel for health reasons but of Owosso. operated Naubinway Boat and Motor Services will be held at the First for the following 10 years. Church of Christ Owosso on Satuf- Mr. Hoddy was a strong supporter,day at:, II a.m: Mark St. Loui.s, and very active in Boy Scouts and 'Minister\will officiate with burial In Explorers, seeing his two sons, Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, George and Jerry, to the status of Owosso.J;riends may call at the Eagle Scout. He himself received the Nelson-House Funeral Home~, highest honor a Scouting District can Owosso today 7 to 9 ~.m. and F~I-, bestow on an individual, the Silver day 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the famtly Beaver Award. receiving friends from 2 to 4 p.m. 'He was very involved with his and 7 to 9 p.m.. sons and other students in their l:tigh Mrs. Hoenshell was born m, school and college wrestling care,eps Laingsburg, Mich. on Oct. 31; 193~, Raymond Arthur and as a result was inducted into th~ the daughter of Alexander and Sadie Hoddy Owosso High School Wrestling!tall (Horvath) Sheldon. She attended f H II d M h d of Fame in 1988, Owosso schools. Age 72,,0 0 an, IC., an.. " 0 N she and Harold formerly of Owosso, died Thursday He was a sports and?utdoors en... A '~o~~~heil we~e married in evening, July 21, 1994, at Holland thusiast. He loved to fish, huntl.jo O M Hoenshell was a Community Hospita~. play golf and te?nis. He played ~lgh m:~~:~' of r~he First Church of Mr. Hoddy and his three brothers, school ~ootball m the Upper ~flt)1g:. Christ member of the State Bowling George, Gerald and Stanley, founded ton, OhIO, leagues and remamedi\ll. A : f d the Owosso Bowl- Universal Electric Company in avid Ohio State football and syi.1~~. ssoacla to??n, 'I h ' d '. f H' as Il' mg ssoctatlon. Owosso m :c rol1lze swlmmmg an. e w, S'. I d' her husband, d Hcher in the Owo,sso urvlvors mc u e., Services for Mr. Hoddy will be irecog?lz~ Pr b 11 I nd ' " Harold' two sons and their wives, held Monday at 11 a.m. at Trinity.!'ast Ptt~ so t ~ eagues a en- David 'and Susan of Owosso, Terry United Methodist Church, Owosso, Joyed p otograp y. and Debbie of Corunna; one with'the Rev. Mark Miller offici at- I Mr. Hoddy served for many years daughter, Mrs. Fred (Lindy Lee) ing. Burial will follow in Oak Hill ion the advisory board of The Salva~ Brooks of Owosso; seven grandchil Cemetery. The body rests at tion.army and was chairman of the dren Stephen (Wendy) Brooks, Paul Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, building committee for.the Owosso 'Bro~ks, Andy Brooks, Denae Hoen Owosso. Visitation hours are today, Citadel. '/, shelf, Scott Hoenshell, Gregory 7 to 9 p.m., and Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. He was a 40-year member of the', Hoenshell Karl Hoenshell all of and 7 to 9 p.m. The family suggests Hiawatha Sportsman's Club in Mi: : Owosso; 'her mother, Mrs. Sadie memorials to The Salvation Army, chigan~s Upper Peninsula and served Sheldon of Owosso and one sister, Boy Scouts of America or the four of those years on the board. Mrs. Ken (Patricia) Kinne of American Diabetes Association. Mr. Hoddy is survived by his Owosso. Mr. Hoddy was born Aug. 31, wife, Audrt:y; two daughters and Mrs. Hoenshell was predeceased 1921, in Corning; Ohio, the son of their husbands, Fred and Mary by her father. ArthurH. and Mary Elizabeth (Lutz) Hoddy Devett of Madison, Wis., and' Memorials are suggested to the Hoddy. He lived in Owosso for 40 Joseph and Martha Hoddy Hunt of First Church of Christ. years, then lived in Madison, Wis., Oconomowoc, Wis.; two sons, and, most recently, in Engadine and George R. and Janice Hoddy of Holland., Grand Rapids and Jerry R. Hoddy of He and Audrey Mae Wing were Prescott Valley, Ariz.;eighl grandmarried June 23, 1944, in the Cor- children, Amy who is serving in the PatriCia C. Holford uuna Avenue Methodist Church, U'.S. Army in Korea, Julie and Sarah, Owosso. He was\. member of Trin- of Grand Rapids, Kelly of Tucson, Age 52, Owosso, died Saturday, Jan. ity United Methodist Church. Ariz., Andrea of Aurora, Codo., 8, 199~. Mr. Hoddy began his career with Tony and Anna of Oconomowoc *apd Services will be held at Jenningsthe Redmond Company, Owosso, in David of Madison; three brothers, Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Tues and was with them until he and Gerald Hoddy of Owosso, Geqige day, Jan. 1~'.2 p:m. his brothers founded Universal, and Lois Hoddy of Owosso >t}jtd Also survlvtng IS a stepmother-in Electric two years, later. He soon be-' Stanley Hoddy of Scottsdale, Ariz.; law, Betty Holford of Farwell. came a vice president, initially work- four sisters-in~law, Virginia and ing in engineering and later in manu-,robert Parks of Owosso, Phyllis and facturing. He became president of Gordon Brown of Corunna, Alma Universal.in In 1974, he be-wing of Corunna, and Dorett.a Wing of Owosso, Merton and Mary Wing came preslde~t and CEO.of Ray-,O- 'of Owosso; four brothers,-~n-iaw, of Corunna and Charles and Nancy Vac Corporation of Madison, WIS., Lloyd and Dorothy Wing 'of Wing of Okemos' and numerous which included 20 worldwide opera- Owosso, Clifford. and Theresa Wing nieces and nephews: 85

88 86 ~vosso Argus-press 1994 Margaret M. Hodge Elmer M. Hodge Mary Edwards, Hole Age 81, of Perry, died Monday, Age 86, of Owosso, died Saturday Age 98, of Vernon, die~ Thurs- April 4, 1994, at Sparrow Hospital, morning, Aug. 6, 1994, atthe Me-day, Dec. 8, 1994, at the Shlaw~s.see Lansing. morial Healthcare Center. 'County Medical Care FaCility, Mrs. Hodge was a homemaker Services for Mr. Hodge will be Torunna. and. had worked at Redmonds, held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Jennings- Mrs. Hole was a homemaker and 'Owosso and did clerical work at 'Lyons Chapel with Rev. Charlie had 19 years of service with Red- M.S.U. for five years.' 'Bamburger and Mr. Bert Forrest of- monds, retiring in Services will be held at St. ficiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest A memorial mass will be cel~- Mary's Church, Morrice on Friday, Memorial Gardens.brated at St. Mary's Catholic,April 8 at. 1 I a.n~ The Fr. Matthew Visitation at the funeral enapel Church Durand on Tuesday, Dec. Fedewa will officiate with burial in will be today from 7-9 p.m. and 13 at 1'0 a.m. The Fr. Joseph Aubin Bethany Cemetery, Morrice: Visita- Monday from 4-9 p,m...,will offi9iate with burial in.st. Paul tion will be at Nelson-House Funeral An Eagles, Aerie #851, memorial.cemetery, Owosso. There will be no I-Iomes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry to- service will be held Monday at 7.visitation. day from 2 to 9 p.m., Thursday from p.m. at the funeral chap~1..' Mrs. Hole was born in Alma, 9a~m. to 9 p.m. and Friday from 9 Mr. Hodge was born In Chesantng Mich. on Nov. 21, 1896, the a.m. until time of funeral. The fam- on June 4, 1908, the son of Homer daughter of James and Delila (Crawily will be present from 2 to 4 p.m. M. and Edna (Bishop) Hodge. He re- ford) Edwards. She had attended and 7 to 9 p.m. each day. A Rosary sided most of his life in the Owosso Gratiot County schools. will be prayed Thursday evening at area. On April 14, 1915, she and 7 p.m. On Feb. 13,1938, he and Emma Homer L.Hole were married in Mrs. Hodge was born in Morrice E. Drown were married in Owosso. Alma.. He predeceased her in on March 6, 1913, the daughter of i An Owosso city fireman for 25 Mrs Hole was a member of St. Henery T.. and Mame (Breaugh) Jor-. years, before retiring in 1964, Mr. Mary'~ Catholic Church, serving on dan. She graduated from Morrice : Hodge also operated' Hodge Glass the Altar Society, a member of the Public Schools in, 1932 and resided prior to his 1975retirement. Women's Auxiliary of Loyal Stars, most of her life in the Perry/Morrice He attended Bennington United The National Wildlife Association area. Methodist Church and was a mem- and the Humane Society of Shiawas- On July I, 1939, she married Har- ber of the Eagles Club, Aerie #851. see County. iold F. Thrush. He predeceased her Survivors include: His wife, Survivors include: a daughter and Aug. 16, She then married Emma; one son, Arthur (Irene) son-in-law, Donna and Robert,WHlard Hodge on July 9, 1977, he Hodge of Corunna; two daughters, Gazella of Owosso; five grandchilpredeceased her Feb. 23, Lillian Hodge of Owosso and June dren, MaryAnn Hubbard of Plain- Mrs. Hodge was affiliated with st. Hodge of Milford, Ohio; two well, Ind., Catherine Sanford of Mary's Catholic Church, Morrice. brothers, Orel Hodge of Corunna Owosso, Robert Gazella Jr. of Lans She was a member of the Jolly Up and Homer (Rosie) Hodge of ing, Bethany Gazella of Owosso and Club imd the Altar.Society. ; Houghton Lake; two sisters, Myra Laurie Bomers of Owosso; ten Survivors include: two sons, Har- Studer of Berkley, Mich. and Ruth great-grandchildren and a sister, old F.(Barbara) Thrush of the Col-. Hodge of Owosso; several nieces Frances Barlow. ony Texas and Jerry T. (Chri~ti) '" and nephews. Mrs. Hole was predeceased by 'Thrush of Clannont, Calif.; one Mr, Hodge was preceded in death, two brothers and two sisters. daughter, Sharon M. (James) Hodge by his parents; one son, Elmer in Memorials may be. made to St. of Potterville; eight grandchildren; 1981; daughter-in-law, Marilyn Mary's Church and the Humane.three great-grandchildren; one Hodge; and sister, Mary Snell. Society of Shiawassee County. brother, John (Mary) Jordon;.two sisters-in-law, Irene Jordon and NeI- He Jordon; nieces and nephews. Mrs. Hodge was predeceased by three brothers, Francis (Stub), William S. and Joseph C. Jordon. Memorials may be made to st. Mary's _L Church, Morrice. _ Wayne W. Hodges Age 63, of Waterford, passed away' Sunday,March 6, M~. Hodges was retired from Pontiac. Motor as a pipe fitter. ServICes will be held at the Lewis E. Wint & Son TRUST LOO Funeral Home, Clarkston Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Paul L.. Wood will officiate. Interment will be. in Roselaw~. Cemetery, Perry. Friends may VISIt at the funenii home Tuesday 3 to 5 p.m. anq, 7 to 9 p.m. Fred M. Hyatt He -and Frances M. Whitman were Age 71, pf Corunna, died Wed- married in Angola, Ind., Nov. 15, nesday, Nov. 23, 1994, at Memorial He attended Corunna First HeaIthcare Center, Owosso. Baptist Church. Mr. Hyatt had been a truck driver Survivors include: his wife, and mechanic with Bob's Tire & Frances; five daughters, Mrs. Ruther Repair Service. ford (Wanda Lee) Beard of Lansing,, Services will be held at Nelson- JoAnn Hyatt of Owosso, Mrs. Charles House Funeral Homes, Owosso,(Mary) Taphouse of Corunna, Mrs. Monday, Nov. 28, 1994, at I p,m. Bill (Carol Marie) Custodio of Moore, The Rev. Earl Skinner will officiate. Okla., and Mrs. Michael (Ted Lynn), Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Doughty of New Jersey; a son, Dennis Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be Paul Hyatt of Owosso; 11 grandchilat the funeral home, today, 7 to 9 p.m., dren; a brother, Cecil Paul (Moselle) Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 i HYa,tt of Commerce, Texas; two sisp.m. with the family receiving tters, Mabel Hickmott of Corunna and friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 iyvonne Milburn of Auburn. p.m. He was predeceased by his pa- Mr. Hyatt was born in Stralhroy,rents and two grandchildren. Canada, Nov. 26, 1922, the son of Memorials may be made to Cor- Maynard and Laura (Graves) Hyatt. I unna First Baptist Church.

89 Owosso Argus-press John R. Hofstra, M.D.. Age.67, of Owosso, died Saturday evening, Aug. 6, 1994, in Community Memorial Hospital, Cheboygan, Mich. A resident of the Owosso area for the past.33 years, Dr. Hofstra pra~ Hced anesthesiology for 28 years ld the community, retiring in A member of the First United Methodist Church, Owosso, he was on its' board of trustees. Services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church, Owosso, with the Rev. Carol 1. Johns officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery. The body will rest at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, where the family wilt meet friends Tuesday, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The family suggests memorials to the First United Methodist Church, Owosso, or to the American Heart Association. Dr. Hofstra was born in Amoy, China, May 13, 1927, the son of Dr. Richard and Johanna (Jansma). Hofstra. He was a graduate of Calvin College and of the University of Michigan's School of Medicine. He served in the U. S. Army. He and)ane A. Pettengill were. married in Port Huron, June 14, Dr. Hofstra was a member of the Shiawassee Medical SoCiety; Michigan State Medi~aI. Society; Amer~can Medical Association; and Amencan Society of Anesthesiology. He is survived by his wife, J~ue;. two sons, John W. Hofstra of West~ land, Mich., and Richard M. Hofstra, M.D., of Cleveland, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Brian (Carol~n)' Full- Stanley Albert 'Holland Mildred Lois Hoover JAge 74, of OWosso died Thurs-. Age 72, of South M-52, Perry, '4ay, Oct. 27, 1994, at home... passed away Monday, May 16, i Mr. Hol\apdworked for Frutchey 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Cen Bean Co. in Oakley during the, ter, Owosso 's and then drove a mail truck' Mrs. Hoover was a homemaker IJefore moving to Florida. In Florida, and self-employed in craft sales; Mr. Holland, was a sugar cane dis- Services will be held at Nelson- tributor for many years.. House Funeral Homes (LaRowe A memorial service will be held Chapel), Perry, Thursday, May I?, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2 p.rn. at the, at 1 p.m. The Rev. Russ P~rk will :.Iennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, officiate. Burial will be tn East 6"'OS80.. Mr. Mation Ellis willoffi- Lawn Memory Gardens, Okemos. datc with burial in Riverside Visitation will be at the chapel tod~y Cemetery, Henderson. Friends may 9 a.nl; to 9 p.m. with the family call at the chapel I. p.iu. Sunday receiving friends 2 t04 p.m. and 7 until time of service. to 9 'p.m.,.... Mr. Hoiland was born on Fcb. 21, Mrs. Hoover was born 111 Wtl- 1920, in Owosso, the son of Edward:! liamston on Oct. 28, 1921, the. and Edna (Koane) Holland.: daughter of Frank and Hazel' In April of 1943,. he and Iris (Meader) Meirndorf; She graduat~d Dryer were married in Grand Prar- from Williamston High School in. rie Alberta, Canada.' She had resided in the Perry He had resided the last thre~ years area since 1978, prior to that in in Owosso arter living in Florida for Lansing. She and James Donald 20 years.. '.''Hoover were married in' Angola, Survivors. include: a daughter, Ind., Aug. 12, He predeceased Maggie Ramsdill of Owosso; grand- her Feb. 6, childrell, Brad Ramsdill of Owosso. She enjoyed working with crafts Michacl Ramsdill of Saginaw; great-. and keeping a beautiful lawn. grandchildren, Jessica and Br~ndyl Survivors include: three daught Ral11sdil1; sisters, Dorothy WhItney ers, Sharon (Tom) Rosebury of Maof Oakley, Evelyn (Joe) Cooley of son, Lynette (Mike) Schultz of Ma Vienna, Va.; a brother, Charle.s sort and Debbie. (Bill) Barrett of (Mertie) Holland of Corunna; step- Perry; nine gi'imdchimren; two gr~atsister, Thelma Vincent of Corunna; gratidsons; a brother, 'Glenn (Ruth), several nieces and nephews.. Meirndorf of Williamston. I Mr: Holland was predeceased by She was predeceased by a son a~d his parents, his wife, Iris, three. a daughter; a grandson, DavId brothers, Raymond, Arthur and Ed- Rosebury; a sister,. Zelma McGoward and stepmother Bertha wan; and her husband,james~. Vilicent. Memorials may be made to the In lieu of flowers, memorials may American Heart Association or be given to donor's choice.. Americall Cancer Foundation. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel" OW5Wso. Dale R. Hooker '. Age 72, of Oscoda, formerly of Adelia HoughtODOWbSSO, died Wednesday, April 20, Age 100, of Sagina~County and 1994, at Tawas St. Joseph Hospital.. formerly of the Easton area, died' Funeral. arrangements by Jacques' Thursday, Sept. 1, and Kobs Funeral Home, East Tawas. Mrs. Houghton was a homemaker. There is to be no visitation or fuileral service. Burial will be in Greenwood Cefnetery, Vemon. The family is being served by. the. Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, 302 W. Corunna Ave., Corunna. ford of Fairbanks, Alaska; a granddaughter, Lilah Jane Fullford; a brother, Richard Hofstra of Sand Lake, Mich.; a brother-in-law, Tony Simoiletta of Detroit; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two sisters, Dorothy Hofstra, M.D., and Lucille Hofstra.

90 88 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Leah Genevieve Louis Hnnica ( Stewart) Houser Age,71, of Henderson died Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1994, at the Memor- Age 90, of Ravenna, Ohio, died.ial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Thursday, Oct. 6, 1994, at Robinson Mr. Hnillca was a farmer and also Memorial Hospital, Ravenna. owned and operated Lou's Car Mrs. Houser had been a Kent. Wash on W. Main St. in Owosso for State University associate professor, over 14 years., retiring June IS, 1974, and adjunct i There will be no funeral services. professor NEOUCM. '. Mr. Hnmca was born in BeJle-) Services will be held at Jennings- ''ville, III. on Nov. II, 1922, the son' Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, of Frank aj:ld Rose (Kroupa) Hnilica. Sunday, Oct.. 9, at 2 p.m. The Rev. On Aug.S, 1944, he and Florence Carol 1. Johns wilt officiate. Burial Dingler were married in Henderson. will be in Pine Tree Cemetery, Cor- Survivors include; his wife, Florunna. Visitation will be at the chapel ence; two sons, Ronald (Sandy) Saturday, Oct. 8, 1994, from 6 to 8 Hnilica of Carlton, Ernie Hnilica of p.m. Flushing; two daughters, Tatnie Mrs. Houser was born in Caledo- Nowland of Three Rivers, Mrs. nia Township, May 17, 1904, the Mike (Mary) Kalat of Bancroft; 12 daughter of Landon'M. and Eleanor grandchildren; one great- M. (Hodge) Stewart, She was a granddaughter; one brother, George' 1920 graduate of Owosso High (Sandy) Hnilica of Rhodes; two sis- School and then earned her bachelor I lers, Mrs. Helen Gorecki of New of arts degree in 1933; master of arts Frank J. Hornak Lothrop, Mrs. Lillian West of degree, 1~38; and Ph.D. i~l soc.iolo~y. Age 78, of 9hesaning, pass~d Oakley. at Mithlgan State Ul1Iverslty 111 laway Friday, Nov. 4, 1994, at Flint Mr. Hnilica was predeceased by' ' IOsteopathic Hospital. '. infant sons, Gary and Terry. She was married to Dr. Paul M. ;. Mr. Hornak was a fanner and had Memorials are suggested to the' Houser. He passed away in I worked for General Motors for 1 o charity of donor's choice or Hospice Mrs., Houser was a member of the lyears. He had his own polka band,of Shiawassee. First United Methodist Church, :was a member of the Michigan Owosso and of the First United Polka Association and was inducted Methodist Church, Kent, Ohio. She 'into the Polka Ball of Fame in Ocalso was a member of Phi Kappa Itober Phi, all-college scholastic honorary; A funeral mass for Mr. Hornak ~oci~ty for the Study o~ Social i wih.take place Monday at 11 a.m. at Problems; has served as chairman of : st. Michael Catholic Church, Maple the Rehabilitation Committee of, Grove. Burial will follow in St. Mi-: Portage County Health and Welfare :,chael Cemetery, Maple Grove. A~sociation; a member of the execu- 'Friends may call at the Mis/uk Funtive board of Portage County Tuber- 'eral Home, Chesaning, today after 6 'culosis and' Health Association; Wo- p.m., on Sunday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., men's Club of Kent; Faculty Wo- and on Monday at the church frb~n men's Club of Kent State University 10 a.lll. until the time of the Holy Steve Hornak and faculty Wives' Club of Kent Mass. The Knights of Columbus will Age 14, of Burt died Sunday moit\- State University.. pray the Rosary at the funeral homeing, April 17, 1994, at his home. She also was a me~nber of ~Igma Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Services will be,held Wednesday, Phi Omega SororIty; Natl.onal Mr. Hornak was born in Czecho- II a.m. at the Walker-Martin Funeral Academic Honorary Profess~~nal slovakia May 1, 19l6. Home, Chesaning. The Rev. Richard Society on Gerontology; Ametlcan He and Vivian Prochazka were Phillips will officiate with burial in Sociological Association; New York, married June 28 J941. Roselawn Memorial Gardens Academy of Scie~ces; National A~- Mr. Hornak ~as a l11ember'of the Saginaw~, sodation of SOCIal Wo~k~rs; OhIO Eagles in Owosso and was an avid Friends may call after 7 p.m. this Retired Teache~s' ASSOCIatIOn; Area card player. He was also a lifetime evening and Tuesday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Agency on Agmg; General Federa- nierilber of the Knights of C~lum- at the chapel. tion, of Women's Club of Kent" bus; Chesaning. ;" Memorials may be made to Ohio; and Center for Older Adults, He is survived by his loving wife, Hospice/Partners in Caring or Mon- Today (COAT). Vivian; his children and iheirtrose Baptist Church. Survivors include: cousins,. Ore1. spouses Martha and Bob Huff of Hodge of Corunna, Homer Hodge of Saginaw', F. Ronald Hornak of Che-: i and J~e Sumbera of New Lothrop, Houghton Lake. Myra Studer' of saning, and Kenneth and Judy Hor-: Antonia and Joe Ocedek of O':OSSO Berkley, Ruth. Hodge of Owosso, nak of Chesaning; his son-in.:law Ri- and M~ry Kus of St. Johns: and and Elwyn Cooper of Owosso..' chard Tithof of Chesaning; 12 many llieces, nepli~ws and fflends. She was predeceased by ~ler hus-: grandchildren who were his love an& H~ was preceded 111 de~th by two band Dr. Paul M. Houser m 198?; joy; his brother at,ldsisters, Martin chlldren,.rob~rt Hornak m.1961 an p, twin sister, Letah V,. Stewart ~n and Bessie Hornak of Owosso, Anna Marge T~th~f mj9?~, by his parents 199!;' and two brothers, Homer III and by his SIster, Ldhan Hednch. 1916, and Lester in 1987.

91 "A""... '.. "". Sgt. First Class Benjamin Owosso Argus-press 1994 (A Love- Clemens J. Hollenback grove fam- Age 80, of Chesaning died Mon- ~~scen- day, Jan. 24; 1994, at the Memorial dent) age,: Healthcare Center, Owosso. 32, of the', Mr. Hollenback retired from Peet United Packing Co. in 1978, with 47 years States of service. ' Army, died Services will be held at Our Lady Thursday, of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, April 14, Chesaning Thursday at 11 a.m. The 1994 in ser- Rev. Fr. Jeffrey Do, nner will officivice to his ate with burial in Resurrection country in Iraq. Me- Cemetery. Friends may call at the morial 'services will be,walker-martin Funeral Home, Che ~55555 held, 7:30PM Monday, saning, all day today and Wednes~ ;;;; April 25, 1994 at the day and then Thursday at the church Funeral Home, Miller Road after 10 a.m. There will be a Scrip Miller Road, Pastor ture service 7 p.m. Wednesday fol-,john Luttman officiating. Burial lowed by a Knights of Columbus,at Arlington National Cemetery. R 830 Friends may call at. the funeral osary at :.' home 6PM until the time of service Mr.!1011enback was born July 18,,on Monday. Those desiring may 191~, tn Maple Grove,the son of I make contributions to the Swartz', Antone and Emma (Andres) Hollen Creek Assembly of God Building; back. He had resided most of his life Fund, do of the funeral home. Sgt. :in the Chesaning area.. Tressa Holbrook Hodge was born in Owosso, MI on I On Oct. 27, 1934, he and Martha July 26, 1961, the son of Benjamin,C. CoIlier were united in marriage. Age 74,,of Owosso died Tuesday, and Janet Hodge and was stationed I She died March' 27, May.17,1994, at her home. ' at.ft. B.ragg the ~ast 8 years. He was Mr. Hollenback was a member of Mrs. Holbrook was a homemaker raised m the Fairgrove and Muske- Our Lady of P t 1 H I and worked for several years at Upigon areas and attended Central. erpe ua e p versa I Electric and S.H. & W. ' Christian Academy. He had served Ca~hohc Church, member of the Services will be held at Smith in the United States Army the past,knights.of ~olumbus and. had been Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor- 15 years and his military experi- very active In the Chesanmg Showence included activities in Desert boat for many years. ; unna on Friday, May 20 at 12:30' Storm, Grenada, Panama and was Survivors include: two daughters, 'p.m. Burial will be in Riverside most recently stationed in Germa- Barbara and Arnold Schultz of Oak- Cemetery, Henderson. 'Pastor Ri Iny. He set;ved ~s a Military I~~er- ley, Mary and David Adams of chard Wadswoi-th will officiate. Vispreter ~unng his career. SurVlYmg Owosso' seven grandchildren Jef- itation with the family will be today,are: WIfe, Brenda; mother, Janet fi did'" 4 to 9 p.m. atid Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 Lovegrove Hodge of Swartz Creek; ery ~n M~ry A exan er, Jill ~nd p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 father, Benjamin H. Hodge of Con- Denn~s ThIel, Karen and Mike d gress, Arizona; brothers, Jeff,: U~esb, Steven Adams, Kelly Adams, ' p.m. an 7 to 9 p.1n. at the chapel. Hodge of Glendale, Arizona, Roy A. : MIchael Adams, Jesse Adams;,five Mrs. Holbrook '1V as b6m in Mapte Hodge of Swartz Creek; sister, Tina stepgrandchhdren, Arnold and Col-,Grove, Mich. on Feb. 22, 1920, the Patten of North Little Rock, AR; leen Schultz, Alan and Nancy daughter of Joe and Theresa (Papp) Cramer. gran d mot h er, M arie Lovegrove of Schultz, Susan Schultz, Jerry and Swartz Creek; aunts and uncles, Nancy Hilbrandt, Sally Gainer; four On Jan. 29, 1940, she and Roy Jack Ipvegrove ot Swartz Creek, great-grandchildren' five step great- Holbrook were married in La Dr. Robert and Wlfe Sandra Love- d h'ld' '. l' Grange, Ind. She had resided her grove of Connecticut, Evelyn Va- gran c 1 ren, a specia fnend,,entire life in the Shiawassee County chanin, Ted and wife Connie Mary Ploucha o~ Montrose; two area.., Hodge, all of Flint, Dot Jean brothers, Seba~han Hollenback, Sh 'Churchwell of Batesville, AR; great Geor~e and Mtldred Hollenback; e was a member of the Racy aunt; Marie!Parsons of Grand one Sister, Sarah Morand. Free Methodist Church and' was an Blanc; many 'other relatives and Mr. Hollenback was predeceased' avid gardener and crafter. friends. by two brothers and two sisters. Survivors include: her husband Arrangements by Walker 7 Martin Roy Holbrook of Owosso; tw~ Funeral Home, Chesaning. daughters, Barbara (Richard) Lake 'of Elsie, Sandy Butcher of Owosso' 'one son, David Holbrook of Leo Hollenback Owosso; 13 grandchildren and 15 Agc 81, 9f Chesaning died Thurs-. ~reat-grandchiidren; three sisters Juday, March 31, 1994, at,st. Luke's 11m (Russell) Perry of Oakley; Mary Hospital, Saginaw. Ann (Charles) Emmons of Owosso Services will be held at Walker- R~sie (Alden) Selfridge of Owosso; Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning on se,veral nieces and nephews. Saturday at 2 p.m. Pastor Ross Ulrich, Mrs. Holbrook was, predeceased will officiate with burial in Riverside I by her parents, one brother and two Cemetery, St.Charles. Visitation will sisters.. ' be at the funeral today after 7 p,m. Memorials can, be made to Hos- ---~ - -- pice of Shiawassee County. 8%

92 90 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Pauline Horton ',l\tina L.Horton Mildred B. Horton, Age 96, of Owosso, died Saturday, April 23, 1994, at Durand Con- Age 85, of Grapeyille, Texas and valescent Manor., _ f?rmerly of Owosso: died after Ii Age 81, of Mesa, Ariz., died Mrs. Horton was a homemaker. Itngering illness' on 'Tuesday; Feb. Wednesday, March 23, 1994, at Mass will be celebrated at St. 22, 1994, at the Woodridge COllVa- Hearthstone of Mesa. Paul's Catholic Church OWosso on lescent Center, Grapeville. ' Mrs. Horton had been Register of Thursday, April 28 at' 10 a.m. A Mrs. Horton was a hotnem!lker. Deeds for Shiawassee County from, Rosary will be prayed Wednesday at Services will be held Friday, Feb !976, retiring from that posl- 7 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home 25, 11 a~m. at the Steuernol & tion. Mrs. Horton started working Owoss() Chapel. The,Fr. Robert ~claren Funeral Home, Prudtm- with the county on Jan. I, 1957, as a Kolenski will officlate with burial in Ville. Pastor Ed Garcia wili officiate, 'deputy register and later appointed St. paul's Cemetery, Owosso. Vis- w~th burial in, ~utnian 'Township assistant in Previously she itation will be Tuesday and Wednes- Cemetery, GladwlD County. Eriends, : worked at Owosso Manufacturing Co day from 2 to 9 p.m. with the family, may call at the funeral home Thurs_. for 15 years as head of payroll. present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 day -1 to 9 p.m.,., Services will be held at Pilgrim.p.m. ', Memorials are 'suggested' to the Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mesa, Mrs. Horton was born in Calumet Wesleyan Church in Zephyrhiils; Ariz., Saturday, Match 26, at 2:30 Mich. 'on March 8, 1898, th~, Fla. p m, Visitation will be at the church dau~hter. of.fr~d A. and Virginia "!"frs., Horton was. born in Owosso". one hour prior to time of service. (GnndattJ) PlchlOtino. She attended!~mlch; on April 11,,1908,,the 'Burial will be in Pine Tree Cemet- Calume.tand New Haven Schools II daughter of SarilUel and" Adelia! ery, Corunna. and resided most of her life in Shia- (Burch) Chavey. ': Mrs. Horton was born in Corunna., wassee County.! ' On March 30, '1929, she and Ken~ She graduatep from Corunna High On June 12,1920, she and Wilbur,~eth Horton were united 'in mar- School in 1930 and Owosso Busi Horton were manied in Corunna. Henage. He died'in 1,979, ness School in She moved to died in May Of 1975., ~rs. Horton was ii member of the Arizona in She was a member Mrs. Horton was a member of St. :ZephyrhiUs Wesleyan Church of the Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Paul's Cathplic Church in Owosso i ZeppyrhiUs.' " Mesa.,and a ~~arter member of World Wax Survivors inciude: '~wo daughters, Survivors include: her husband I Auxl1~ary. #2271 i~ Owosso. She. Mrs, ~onald (Sandra) Palm of )ohn N. H;rton of Mesa; a daughter: was acttv~ m the Kntghts. of coium-i' Pr?d,envtlle, Caro~ A 'Guillory of,mary Jo Marks and husband Calvin bus an~.111 ~er church. ',Tnnt~, Tt}xas; three sons, Robert,of Swartz Creek; granddaughter, Survivors mclude: two sisters-in-' and Wife Dayle Horton of Coleman law, Ethel Pichiotino,of Owosso andi Wayne and wife Bobbie Horton of Lynne Bowden and husband Tom of Durand; two great-grandchildren, Fran~es (Bec~y) Pichiotirio of Flint; i Hou~ton, :James. and wife Sherry'!Laura and Axel Bowden of Durand; cousms, Pauhne Steck of 0WOSSO,1 Horton of Grapeville, Texas' 18 'also several coljsins., H~n~y. Pichiotino of Corutina; niece,! g ran d c.h it d re,n ; 35" g r ~ a t _ Memorial contributions may be Vlrglllia Heam of Bay City~ ne- grandchildren; one great-'great-' directed to East Valley Hospice, 325 phews, James Pichiotino of lllihois"grandchild and one sister, Florence E. Elliot #27, Chandler, AZ Willi~m Pichiotino of Bay City and' Orlando of Owosso.', or the American Cancer Society, Robert Clark of Arizona; l11a\ly" ',\ 1901 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ ~reat-nieces and great-nephews. i Virgil Hudso' Mr~., Horton was predeceased by AI., two sls~ers, Lucy Milano and Marie Age 75, of Waterford, Mich., for- ~ndryslak, two brothers, Peter and merly. of Durand, died Wednesday,bene..,mo.rmng, April 6, 1994, at his Memonals,may be made to.st. residence. Paul's Catholic Church. : Mr.. Hudson was a signalman for the railroad for 31 years retiring in ' Services will be held at Nelson- Survivors include: his wife, Mary; House Funeral Homes, Durand on two sons, Gary (Kathy) Hudson of: ~aturd~y, April 9 at 1 p.m. Visita- Owendale, Mich. and Doug (Beth) tion WI\l be today from 7 'to 9 pm Hudson of Grand Blanc; two stepand F~iday from 4 to 8 p.m... sons, Bruce (Doreen) Emerson of Mr. Hudson was born in Gaines Waterford and David Emerson of on Nov. 27, 1918, the son of George Holly; 11 grandchildren; two and Merle (Ackerman) Hudson He stepgreat-grandchildren' two attended Gaines Schools.,.brothct;s, Al (Ruby) Hudson ~f Dur- On Jun~ 18, 1976, he and Mary and and George (Carol) Hudson of Elnora "Ylscombe were married in' Howell; three sisters, Nellie Hudson : Durand. ' and Lena Hudson, both of Owosso, M' H d and Mrs. Albert (Mary) Scribner of, r. u son had served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He Durand. was a member of the Durand V.F.W. Post # Mr. Hudson was predeceased by his parents; three brothers, Jack, Carl and Mike; one sister, Esther Atherton; one granchild, Shawn Hudson. '

93 Owosso Argus-press Joseph Houska Sr. Mildred Houska Johanna (Jennie) Age 73, of Elsie, died Tuesday, Houska' : Age 81, of Elsie, died Saturday April 9, 1994, at the Maple Valle; Nursing Home, AShley. Services for Mr. Houska will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. from Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, with Mr. Thomas Bradley officiating. Burial will be in Ford Cemetery, Elba Township. Visitation at the chapel will be Monday from 2-9 p.m. The family twill be present from 2-4 and 7-9' p.m., Mr.. Houska was born May 20, :1912, III MacDonaldton, Pa./ the son ;of Frank and Jennie (Roth) Houska. : He resided most of his life in the,elsie area. On Aug. 31, 1940, he and Mildred Fornusek were married in Duplain Township. A lifelong farmer, Mr. Houska was a member of the Z.C.BJ. Lodge of Bannister.!-Ie is, survived by: His wife, Mildred; two sons, Joseph (Joyce) Houska Jr. and John (Rosemary) Houska, all of Elsie; six grandchil :dren, Joseph (Kris) Houska I1I of Elsie, Janice and J'odd Gulick of De-! Witt, Julie and Rob Klco of Elsie Jeff Houska and special friend Jes~! sica Bishop of Elsie, Jason Houska and Marcie Houska uf Elsie; three great-grandchildren; his mother Jennie Houska of Elsie; one br~ther Jim (Mary) Houska of Elsie; one sis~, t~r, A~na (Alan) Shea of Alpena; a sister-tn-law, LibbieHouska of St. John~; and nieces and nephews.. Mr. Houska was predeceased by his father and a brother, Frank Houska. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Z.C.B.J. Lodge in Bannister or the Elsie Area Ambulance. ',,\he family is being served by Smith Funeral Homes, 221 E. Main St., Elsie Florence Eva Huff Age 97, of rural Durand died Monday, March 14, 1994, at the Shiawas- ~:ru~~~.nty Medical Care,~~~jlity, Mrs. Huff was a homemaker I. There wul be no visitation or 'service. Arrangements by the Nelson Housc Funeral Homes, Durand. ' Aug. 30, 1994, at the Maple Valley. Nursing Home, Ashley., Age 101, of Elsie, died Wednes- Mrs. Houska was a homemaker day, May 41, 1994, at Ovid Convaon the family farm.' 'lescent Manor Ovid. Services will be held at' Smith' Mrs. Hou~ka was a homemaker. Funeral Homes, Elsie, Chapel on Services will be held at Smith' Thursday, Sept. 1 at 11 a.m. The Fr. Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, $atur R. K. LeFleur and Me. Thomas day, May 7, at 11 a.m. Burial will Bradley will officiate with burial in be in Ford Cemetery, Elsie. Mr. Ford Cemetery, Gratiot County, Thomas Bradley will officiate. Vis Mich. Visitation will be today from itation "Yill be today 2 to 9 p.m. with 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present the family present 2, to 4 p.m. and 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mrs. Houska was born in Chi- Mrs. Houska was born in Romacago, Ill. on Jan. 15,' 1921, the, nia, Nov. 24, 1892, and resided most daughter of Frank and Anna (Ta-' of her life' on the family farm in lach) Fomusek. Elsie.,She, and Frank Houska Sf:. On Aug. 31, 1940 she and Joseph were married in Romania in Houska.were in ~l1arried in Duplain, He died in Township. He died April 9, 1994.: She was a member of the Z.C.B.J. She ha? resided most of her life in Lodge of Bannister. the ElSie area and was a member of Survivors include: a son, James th~ Z.C.BJ. Lodge of Bannister, and Mary Houska of Elsie;,a Mich... daughter, Anne and Alden Shea 01 Survivors tnclude: two sons,alpena; two daughters-in-law, Lib-, Joseph (Joyce) Houska Jr. and John bie Houska of St. Johns and Mildred (~osemary) Houska, both of Elsie; Houska, of Elsie; eight grandchil SIX grandchildren, Joseph (Kris)1 idren; and many great-grandchildren. Ho~ska III of ~lsie, Janice (Todd) Mrs. Houska was predeceased by GulIck. of DeWitt, Julie (Rob) Klcoi, her, parents, twq sons, Frank and of Elsie, Jeff Houska and special 'Joe five sisters, and three brothers.' friend Jessica Bishop of Elsie, Jason Memorials ~ay be made to the Housk~ of Elsie and Marcie Houska I Z.C.BJ. Lodge of Bannister. of ElSie; four great-grandchildren; i ' one sister~in-iaw, Alice Fornusek of Hanniste'r;'nieces and nephess. i Mrs. Houska was predeceased by : her parents, one sister and one brother. ', Memgrials may be made to the Z.C.BJ.,Lodge of Bannister or the 'Leukemia Foundation. Iyla "Jean" Huff Age 65, of Durand, died Friday, Apri115, 1994, in Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Miss Huff was retired from Midwest Abrasives after 22 years as a machine operator'. She had also worked for W oolons Floral and the Cozy Cafe in Owosso. Services for Miss Huff will be held Tuesday at 1 p;m. at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Durand~ with burial following in Lovejoy Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home today, 7 to 9 p.m., and Monday 2 to 4,p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The Rev Lewis C. Howard Sr. Age 70, of Escanaba and formerly of Owosso, died Saturd<iY, Jan. 15, 1994, at St. 'Francis Hospital, Escanaba. The Rev. Howard owned and operated Lew's South Side Market, Escanaba until 1975 and pastored the Free Methodist Church of Gladstone for seven years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the Skradski Funeral Home, Gladstone. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday 4 to 7 p.m. The Rev. Lewis C. Howard Jr. and Rev. Dale Ecklid will officiate with 'burial in Rapid River Cemetery.

94 92 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Rev. Clifford E. Howe Robert A. Hughes Age 85, of Perry, died Thursday, Age 68, of Elsie died Wednesday, July 28, 1994, in Perry. Aug. 17, 1994, at the Memorial In 1940, Rev. Howe joined the HealthcareCenter, Owosso. East Michigan Conference and was. Mr. Hughes retired from Dow ordained deacon. He was ordained Coming in Midland after 42 years of elder in He ministered in the service. Free Methodist Church for over 40 Services will be held Saturday, years serving as local preacher, pas- Aug. 20, 1 p.m. at the Smith Funeral. tor, conference evangelist and con- Homes, Elsie Chapel. The Rev. Nii ference missionary. He pastored' cllolas Scroggins and the Rev. i churches in the following areas: Robert Lakey will 'officiate with Conway, Clio, North bansing, Bad burial in Ford Cemetery, Gratiot Axe, Perry, Saginaw, West Grout, County. Friends may call at the fun Bay City, Romeo, Hastings, and era! home this evening '7 to 9 p.m.. Gladwin. During his tenure in the and Friday 2 to 9 p.m. with the conference, he served as assistant family being present 2 to 4 p.m. and secretary for 11 years and as secret- 7 to 9 p.m. ary for 14 years. Mr. Hughes was born in Sf. Services will be held at William-. Louis, Mich. on Aug. 20, 1925, the Earl F. Howard ston Free. Methodist Church, Mon- son of Richard Laurence and Grace.. day, Aug. 1, 1994, at 11 a.m. The (Cronkright) Hughes. He graduated Age 84, of Owosso, died Wednes- Rev. Carl Koerner will officiate. from Elsie High School, class of day afternoon, July 6, 1994, at Mi- Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, chigan Capital Medical Center, Dansville. Visitation will be at On Oct. 18, 1986, he and Jeanette Greenlawn Campus, in Lansing. I Nelson-House Funeral Homes, La- Truax were married at Chapin Un- Mr. Howard was retired from the Rowe Chapel, Perry, Saturday 2 to 9 ited Methodist Church. / City of Owosso in 1972, after 20 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mr. Hughes was a member of the years of service. He was formerly with the family present both days Chapin United Methodist Church employed with Redmond Motor and from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and was a former singer with the Mulhall-Erb Company. Rev. Howe was born in Dansville, Dow Male Chorus. Services will be held at Jennings- June 6, 1909, the son of Ara W. and Mr. Hughes had resided most of Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Sa-' Mary E. (Griggs). Howe. He gra- his life in the Tri-Cily area moving turday, July 9, 1994, at 11 a.m. duated from Dansville High School to Elsie eight years ago. Pastor David Weitz will officiate.,in He had resided in Perry' Survivors include: his wife, Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial 'since He and Lucile Hedglen Jeanette "Hughes of Elsie; two Gardens. Visitation will be at the.were married in Dansville, March daughters, Sharon Sasseen of Port chapel Friday, 2 to 4 p.m.and 7 to 9,21, She died April 13, Huron, Cynthia and Rob DeFore of p.m.. I. Survivors include: a son; Rae Comins, Mich.; five sons, Dan John- Mr. Howard was born in Durand, '(Evelyn) Howe of Perry; two son of Saginaw, Dave and Carol April 26, 1910, the son of George daughters, Mrs. (James) Eileen Gin- Johnson of Saginaw, Mark and and. Martha (Rogers) Howard. He grich and Mrs. Sam (Mary) Evola, Sandy Johnson of Saginaw, Brain was a life long resident of Shiawas-both of Bad Axe; seven grandchil- and Jennifer Johnson of Freeland, see County. He and,emma Foreman dren; 13 great-grandchildren; a Kevin and Julie Hughes of Hemwere married Jan. 17, :brother, Clare (Rose) Howe of lock; three stepdaughters, Dawn and Mr. Howard was II former mem-perry; three sisters,mrs. George Joe Nirmaier of Wisconsin, Monica ber of Eagles #851, Owosso. (Jeanne) Frisbie of Gypsum, Kan.,,and Dale Leyder of Lexington, Survivors include: his wife,mrs. Jack (Frances) Bowennan and Mich., Wendy and Rob King of Emma of Owosso; a daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Ray (Fern~) VanWormer,. both Florida; one stepson, Matthew and John (Nofl11elia) Pinter of Owosso;,of Tucson, Anz.; two stepsisters, Midori Truax of Washington; 21 three granddaughters, 10 great-. Mrs. Robert (!Jorothy) Carlton and grandchildren and one. sister, grandchildren; six great-great- imrs. Carol Pntch; b9th of P~rry. Gretchen and Gary Smith of Elsie. grandchildren; two brothers, Lyle He,was pre~eceased by two Mr. Hughes was. predeceased by and Merlee Howard of Owosso, brothers and'a sister. his parents and a sister, Frances. Harvey and Opal Howard of' Memorials may be made to Mexi- Memorials may be made to Chao Owosso;.four sisters, Celia Eldridge, can Missions with the Free Method-. pin United Methodist Church Build. Georgietta Dennis, Maxine Rap- ist,church. ing Fund. 'puhn, and Louise Yoder all of Owosso. Memorials may be made to the First Church of the Nazarene,. Owosso.

95 Owosso Argus-press Rex G. Huber Charles Hudecek Age 73, of 1722 Frederick St., Owosso, died Monday, Sept. 19,.1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Me. Hudecek retired in 1980 from (General Motors Truck & Bus, Flint after over 18 years of service. Services will be held at Owosso Church of Christ on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 11 a.m. Minister John Scott will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be at Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Owosso today from 2 to 9 p.m. Mr. Hudecek was born in Eagle Grove, Iowa on March 15, 1921, the son of Martin and Mary (Secka), Hudecek. He had resided most of his i life in the Owosso area. I On June 9, 1969, he and Cora Bigelow were married in Corunna. He was a member of the Owosso, Church of Christ.', 'Survivors include,: his wife Cora; two sons, Charles (Sharon) Hudecek Age 70, of the Owosso/Conmn<l and Robert (Linda) Hudecek, both area diecithursday, Sept. 22, 1994, of Owosso; eight grandchildren and at home..',', one great-grandson; two stepdaugh- Mr. Huber was a carpenter and ters, Mrs. Judy (Charles) Greer of retired from Chevrolet 'Manufactur7 Gladwin and Mrs. Rose (James) lng, Flint in Cummings of Owosso; two stepsons, Services will be held Monc1ay, II' : Doug~as (Darle~le) Markva of Perry,a.m. at the First Church of God, ; and. Fr~nk (Dea~~n) M~r~va of Dur Owosso. Pastor John' R. Miller will and, I1me stepglandchlldlen and seofficiate with burial in Hillcrest Me- I ven stepgreat-grandchildrcn; two sis-,morial Gardens, Owosso. Friends. ters, Mrs. Mary 80rsenik of Owosso may call at the Jennjngs~Lyons Fun- an~ Mrs. Ann (Robelt) Stephens?f 'eral Chapel, Owosso Sattirday and' Anzona; three brothers, Martin Sunday :4 to 4 p.m,and 6:30 to 9 Hudecek of Corunna,.Anthony (Arp.m. lene) Hudecek of Flonda and Frank.. Mr. Huber was born in Flint,! Hudecek of Owosso; many nieces Mich. on Feb. 19,1924, the son of and nephews.,the Rev. George and Grace.(Tolles), Mr. Hudecek was predeceased by '"Hub er.,he,,was a graduate of one granddaughter, one stepgrand,beaverton High School. Mr. Huber ' daughter, one brother, Joseph and by 'had resided most of his life lin Mi-, his parents :chigan and the past five years in ' Florida. 'On June 10, 1944, he, and Leola IV. Priest were l11(1rricd in Midland, i Mr. Huber served in the U.S. ;Arl11Y during World War II., Mr. Huber, was a member of the, ifirstchurch of God, Owosso Local i.!#659u.a.w:and S;O.W:E.R.S. )(AII~e)Huber. of Midland; two sisigroup. ',tel's. Mrs. Norval (Merlene) Wixom,,Survivors include: his,wife, Leola; 10f Woodburn:.Ore. and The, Rev. orie daughter. Mrs. Brad (Virle),and Mr~. PllIlhp (Eva) Palmer of P I,., 'G Ocala F la " au sen 0 f C orunna; two sons, ary ", ' (Marilyn) Huber of Mt Morris, Neal, Mr. Huber was pre~eceased by (Elaine) Hliber Of Owosso ' 13,two broth.ers and Olleslster. grandchildren; three g;eat- I Memonals arc.suggested to Home grandchildren; one brother, Ronald. Health ~f Memonai Healthcare Center or Church of God MisSions' ~"'.. Arrangements by, Jel1l1lhgs- Lyons' Funeral Chapel, Owosso.'. Albert J. Hunter Age 70, of Durand, died Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Hunter worked at Bourne Industries inconll1ha' before retiring in Services will be held at Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel,' Corunna, Friday, Jan. 14, at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. The Rev. Roger Colby will 'officiate. Vi<:itation will be today from 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 p~m. and 7 Jo 9 p.m. Mr. Hunter was born in Grand Ledge, Oct. 9, 1923, the son of John: and Tina (Swarthwood) Hunter. He i graduated from Eastern High School, Lansing. He resided most of his life in Corunna and Durand: He and Garnet Newman were married in DeWitt on April 30" She died on March 30, Mr. Hunter was a member of the,corunna V.F.W. Post He I served in World War II with the ' U.S. Air,Force. Survivors include: a brother, Robert Hunter of Naples, Fla.; two stepdaughters, Patsy Marie Newman of Roscommon and Ellen Kay and, Dan Bukovick of Corunna; two step. sons, Max Newman of Owosso and Pirl and B~rnice Newman of Cor ; unna; ten grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren; and a host of dear i friends at Burger King on Miller Road, Flint.. Memorial contributions may be i made to Huntington's Disease Soci- ; ety of America. ' Eugene Jack Hunyady Age 64, of Owosso, died Sunday, July3l, 1994, at his home. Services will be held at Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 2p.m. The family will meet friends this evening from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

96 94 ~vosso Argus-press 1994 Letha (June) BU,nt Robert Dale Bunt" Donald Duane Bunt Age 63, of Owosso, died Tuesday, Age 50, of Corunna, died Wed- Age 52, of Ovid died Monday Nov. I, 1994, at Memorial Health- nesday, April 13, 1994, at Edward nloming, March 28, 1994, at East care Center, Owosso. D. Sparrow Hospital, Lansing. Lansing Health Care Center. Services will be held at Salem Mr. Hunt had worked at Mid- Mr. Hunt worked in auto Lutheran Church, Thursday at II, West Abrasive for 14 years as a manufacturing. a.m. Pastor Jonathan Balge will offi-,lathe operator. Services will be held at the ciate. Burial will be in Hillcrest, Services will held at Jennings- Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Visita-., Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Sa- Owosso on Thursday at II a.m. The tion will be at Nelson-House Funeral turday, April 16, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Van Cochrane will officiate Homes, Owosso today 1 to 9 p.m.,rev. Van Cochrane will officiate. with burial in Brant Cemetery. The Mrs. Hunt was born in Owosso, i Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial family will meet friends today 2 to 4 Aug. 7, 1931, the daughter of Frank Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Frances (Beebe) Schlaack. She at the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Mr. Hunt was born in Saginaw attended Owosso schools and Michi- 'Friday 2 to 4 p.m~ and 7 to 9 p.m ounty, Mich. on Oct. 29, I941,the gan Lutheran Seminary, graduating Mr. Hunt was born in Saginaw, 'son of Eugene and Mildred (!?ijh) from Owosso High School, class of Jan. 25, 1944, the son of Eugene Hunt. He attended Perry schools and She resided most of her life in Forrest and Mildred R. (Snlith) had resided most of his life in Shiathe Owosso area. She was married Hunt. He graduated fr0111 Ovid High wasse~ County. to John Arthur Hunt Sr. He died in School and resided most of his life Mr. Hunt attended Grace Bible in Shiawassee County. He and Sally Church. He was a veteran of the Mrs. Hunt was a member at the Ami Beattie were married in Ovid, i U.S. AnllY during the Vietnam era. Salem Lutheran Church and was Sept. 1, He attended Grace Survivors include: his mother, very active with various organiza-,bible Church, Owosso. Mildred Hunt of Ovid; four brothers, lions within the church including" Survivors include: his wife, Sally Wayne and Carol Hunt of Bancroft, Lutheran. Ladies Aid, the Altar, Hunt of Corunna; a son Jeffrey of Dick and Sandra Hunt of Marshall, Guild, choir, Pioneers, and also,corunna;' a daughter, Kimberly of Robert and Sally Hunt of Corunna, taught Sunday school. Corunna; her mother, Mildred R. 'Stanley and Karen Hunt of Owosso; She was a faithful wor~er ou~s!de Hunt of Ovid; a sister, ~hirley II one sister, Shirley (Harvey) Coon of.the home for many years m addition (Harvey) Coon of Henderson, three Henderson. to raising her family., brothers, Stanley (Karen) Hunt of! Memorials are suggested to Survivors include: six sons, Frank,Owosso, Wayne (Carol) Hunt of' NAMI (National Association of of Owosso, Joseph (Martha) of Oco-,'Bancroft, Richard (S~ndra) Hunt of I Mental Illness). nomowoc, Wis., Donald (Jane) and,:marshall; several l1ieces and ne- Robert M.both of Owosso, John Jr. ' phews, several aunts and uncles. of Lynchburg, Va., and David of He was predeceased by a brother,,owosso; five grandchildren; her Donald Hunt and his father, Eugene. mother, Mrs. Frances L. Duke of Memorials are suggested to the Althea L. Janes Corunna; two sisters, Mrs. Marilyn : family. O'Neil of Arizona and Mrs. Shirley, Age 82, of Laingsburg, died Conger of Virginia. Thursday, Dec. 29, 1994, at Laingsburg Manor; Dortha P. Bustin She was predeceased by a, Age 95, of Owosso, died Thurs~ The funeral for Mrs. Janes will be daughter-in-law, Bessie Hunt and day, Nov. 24, 1994, at the Belding held Monday at 11 a.m. at Nelsonher father, Frank. Christian Nursing Home. HOllse Funeral Home-Laingsburg Memorials are suggested to the Mrs. Hustin was a homemaker with the Rev. Gary Hashley officiatand worked at Buick during the war. ing. Burial will be in Laingsburg Salem Lutheran Church for the choir or Pioneers. Services will be held at Jennings- Cemetery. ' 'Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Visitation at the funeral home wilt St I H t Monday, Nov. 28, at 11 a.m. Mr. be today from 2-4 p.rn. and Sunday an ey un Marion Ellis will officiate with bur- from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The family ~ Age 77, of Laingsburg died Satur- ial in Fairfield Cemetery. Visitation' will be present at the funeral home day, Nov. 5, 1994, at' Grand Oaks will be today from 7 to 9 p.lb. and, Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9p.m. Nursing Center, Baldwin, Mich. Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. ~nd 7 to 9 i Mr. HUllt was a cook for restaurants p.m.. allover the United States. Mrs. Hustin was born III Hender- Seivices will be held at a later date. I' son on Oct.. 12, 1899, the daughter',-survivors include: one son, Wal- There will be no visitation. of Noah and Minnie (Loachridge),' ter(lucille) Lewis of Brooksville, Arrangements were handled by the I Porter. She had lived in St.'Charles i Fla.; one daughter, Minerva Terwil- N e I son-h ouse F unera I H,omes, for many years. Jiger of Remus, Mich.; six ' grand- Laingsburg.. On Oct. 3,1920, she and Ray- children; 20 great-grandchildren; 20 mond E. Hustin were married 'in, great-great-grandchildren and one i Chesaning. He passed away May W, '; 'nephew. I Mrs. Hustin was predeceased by, her husband Raymond, one grand- "daughter and one sister. Funeral arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.

97 c Owosso Argus-press Doris Caroline Hyde' Charles Hyde Wayne C. Inman Sr. Age 78. of Elsie, died this mom,' Age 83, of Elsie, died this 1110rr~- ' Age 74, of Owosso died Wedne~c ing, Friday, Sept. 9, 1994, at he~ ing, Friday, Sept. 23, 1994, at his day, March 9, 1994, at the OVid home." home. Mrs. Hyde was a homemaker o~ Mr. Hyde worked for Aurora Oil Convalescent Manor. Mr., Inman retired from Owosso 'the family fann.. ): Refinery in Elsie, then,he retired Services will be helq at Snutll from Manithon Oil Company. Redi-Mix in 1985, after 25 years of service. Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, 8";n:: Services will be held at Smith Services will be held at Owosso day, Sept. II, 1994, at 2 p.m. Bun~1 Funeral Homcs, Elsie Chapel, SUIl- Church,of God on Saturday, March will be in Middlebury Towns~lp day, Sept. 25, 1994,at 1 p.m. Burial 12 at II a.m. The Rev. Lyle Culp 'Cemetery,Ovi~. The. ~ev:fre~ FIS-, will be in ~i({diebury T?wns~ip and Mr: Mike Inman will officiate cher will officiate. VISItatIOn WIll be Cemetery, OVId. The Rev. frcd FIS-, with burial in Greenwood Cemetery, today 7 to 9 p.m. a~d Saturday 2 to,cher willorticiate. Visitation wiii be Vernon. Visitation wili be at 9 p.m. with the fanuiy present 2 to 4,today 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, 2 to,jennings-lyons Funeral Chapel, and 1 to 9' p.m.. '. '9 p.in. with the family present Owosso today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Mrs., Hyde was born III OVId, Oct. 'p.m., and '7 to 9 1'.111. friday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 28, 1915, the daughter of Edward,. Mr. Hyde was born in Carland, p.m. and Anna (Eiserman) Anderso~. S~e Jan , thc s(m of Hugh, atld Mr. Inman was. born in Dundee, lind Charles Hyde were marrted III DillTie (Blunt) Hyde. J-Ic,and Doris (Mich. on March I, 1920, the son of Rochester Colony on Feb. 25, 193?'Cilrolinc Anderson were married in Glen and Verda (Carr) Inman. He She resided most of her life in the OVid, Rochester Colony on 'Feb. 25, had resided in the Owosso/Corunna and Elsie area." '. : Sh~died Sept 9, H.:: resided area for the past 35 years. Survivors include: her husband, most of his HIe in the Elsie area. On March 6, 1943, he and Betty Charles Hyde of Efsie; two daught-, Sllrvivors include: two daughters, ' Jean Esham were married in Ionia, ers, Kathryn and Rex Wiltse of Kathryn and Rex Wiltse olo~osso i Mich. She died in June of He O",osso and Carol BeyhJ~r,of. Rose : and ~arol Bechler or Rose CIty; a i' was affiliated with tht<;comerstone City.; a son, Robert ~nd Nancy Hyde :son, Robert, and Nancy Hyde 01'1 Church of God. of -Elsie; II grandchildren; 11 great- : Elsie; II grandchildren; 11 great- Survivors include: two daughters, grandchildren; ~wo sister~, Helen:grandchildren.,. Bev Kim of Owosso, Mrs. Paul Riechert of OVid, and VIOlet and He was predeceased by his pa- (Ruth) Tate of Owosso;, four sons, Jack Baker or Ovid. ';rents and a son, Edward. Wayne (Carol) Inman of Bancroft, She was predeceased by he: pa- Memorials may be made to the Lin (Veiva) Inman of Owosso, Doug rents, a 'son Edward, two sisters ;Elsie Public Library.. (Jackie) Inman of Owosso, Larry,Alice/and Opal.,.: (Karen) Inman of. Owosso; 13 Menloria,lS can be. made to:,chn-! Jason A. Jordan grandchildren; five greattoll County;Ho~'pice:! Age 17, of S. Delaney Rd. died I. ~randehildr~n; one sister, Irene Mar- T d Aug at home tui of OVid; one brother, Merve Howard G. Jacobs ues ay,.". ) 1 J son was a student at Perry (Marge nman f C. s veral 0 orunna; e Sch~ols. '. nieces and nephews. Age 83, of Ithaca died Thursday, Services will be held Saturday, Mr.. Inman was. predeceased by Oct. 6, 1994, at the Carson City Aug. 27, 11 a.m. at St. Mary's, his Wife Betly, his.parents, two. Hospita.l..." Catholic Church, Morrice. Fr. brothers ~nd one ~on-~n-iaw. B He h IS survived. by. his Wife,, h F d I'll offic,iatewith Memonal contributions may be It d 'hi W da M Matt ew e ewa w. 'F d t' et e; wo aug.ers, an. i Domanski or LanSing and Yvonne, b ufla. 1 In. 'B e th any Cemetery'. Friends, Illade to Alzheimer s oun a Ion. G Scheidler of Chesaning; lor may call at the Nelson-House Fun-' g;andchildren; many great- eral Homes, LaRowe Ch.apel, Perry grandch!ldren and four great-great- ~~d~y P~l~~ :ith~hea~~~r~d~e;e~tm2 grandchildren., d 7 t 9 n. There will Mr. 'Jacobs was predeceased by to 4 p.m. an. 0 p. \ i two sisters, Oleta Jacobs, Nora Ja- be a rosary. Fhnday evemng 7 p.m. at,cobs one brother.roy Jacobs and the funera onble.. L' n " one daughter,., Donna Durbin. J ason w as om m ansmg h 0 d Funeral services will be held Sa- Oct. 29, 1976,.the son of Josep ~n t \ dot p.m. at the Shirley (Detthng) Jordan. He. had q,r ay, c.,,. resided in the Owosso area m9 st of Barden Funeral Home, Ithaca WIth.. d. nber of the St Rev. John Dawson officiating. Bur- his bfe an wahs ~ mmel " ". 'd C. Mary's Cure h tn omce. ialwill be at the Riversl e emetery; S.,I I d' his parents'. Al V" t' '11 b I'n today I urvlvors me u e. m \ mao ISlta Ion ~I eg, one sister, Jennifer; grandmother, 2 P:'I11 at the funelal home., Mrs. Peter Piefer; one niece, Caitlin and one aunt. Jason was predeceased by his grandmother and grandfathers. Memorials are suggested to P.A.C.E. (Positive Alternatives in Counseling and Education).

98 96 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Arthur Frederick Hultin tin retired frol11 the Owosso Savings,'Bank (then known as Pacesetter i Bank) in 1981, and remained active in coll1nlunity "atlalrs~----- In his early childhood, Mr. Hullin was raised on Pine Island, Fla., where his parents homesteaded. Forced from the island in 1925 by a major storm that heavily damaged their home, his family' moved to Michigan, near Detroit, where Mr., Hultin completed his high school education. He attended Michigan Normal College in Ypsilanti for two years and then transferred to Michigan' State where he obtai,ned his bachelor of science degree in forestry in While at Michigan State, he met his future wife, Donna MacInnis Prevey,' and they were married on Aug. 2,1941, in Lansing. During World War II, Mr. Hultin served as an officer in' the United 'States Army Air Corps and was trained as a B-17 bomber pilot. He, Age 77,a rofrner c0l11mercialioulrbegan a series of bombing l11issions vice-president and active Owosso ci- for the 401st Bomber Squadron on tizen, died of cill1cer in his sleep on June 4, 1944, as part of the D-Day Friday, Oct. 28, 1994, at his winter effortartd hacl.completed 19 mis-i home in Lakeland, Fla. sions by mid-july. On his 20th mise: Services will he held at the 'First sion on July 20th,he was shot down~ United Methodist Church, Tuesday near Frankfort; Getmany and cap, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Carol Johns will turedasa prisoner-of-war after para~ officiate, Burial whl be in Oak Hill chuting from his burning plane. Hel 'Cemetery, Owosso. Visitation will was held as a prisoner in Germany be 'at Jennings-Lyons Funeral for nine months; freed during the Chapel, Owosso today 5 t09 p.m. liberation of Germany by the U.S. Mr. Hllitin was bom in Lowell, forces on April 29, 1945; and re-, Mass., Atlg. 22, 1917,. the son oft turned to the United States on June' Arthur Fabian and Htilda (Person) 3, During his captivity in Ger Hultin. 'He was married to Donna many, his second son, Peter Eric' MacInnis Prevey in 1941 'and was a was born. ' ' resident of OWosso for 43 years. Mr.,Throughollt his life in Owosso,' Hultin graduated from', Roosevelt! Mr. Hultin was an 'energetic member High School ilr Ypsilanti in 1935 of chllrch and civic organizations. and Michigan State University His service included numerous re (known at tha~ 'time as Michigan sponsibilities at the First Uniled' State College) in East Lansing iqi Methodist Church, the Kiwanis Club where he worked diligently on.the Mr. Hultin began his career as a, Crop Walk,' The YMCA, the Shia~. Nora Gladys Jedrzejas Age 80, or Lennon died Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1994, at her residence. Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. St;nday, Nov. 13. at the Sharp Funeral es, Miller Rd. Chapel. I R 13X Miller Rd., Swartz Creek. Pastor Myra Sparks wiji officiate with burial in Greenwood Cenletery, Vernon at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 14. Friends may call at the funeral home today and Saturday 2 to 4 p.l11. and 7 to <) 1'.111. Those desiring may make contributions to the Shiawassee Home llealth Hospice or to the Lennon Library. Mrs. Jedrzejas was bom Sept. 13, 1914, in London, England. the daughter of Ernest Barnell and Eva (Cu;lcy) Harrison. She had lived in Lennon the last 47 yeim,. On Jan. 25, 1947, she and Harry M.::lcdrzejas were married in London. Sin;vivors include: her husband, liarrym.; a son, lp. and wile Cindy Jcd,:zejas or Lennon; a daughter. Valerie Jcdrzejas or Lansing; two grandsons, Scott and wife Jennifer Wirth or Ohio. Matt Wirth of Durand; one great-granddaughter, Amanda Wirth; four nieces and nephews or Wales. Mrs. Jedrz~jas.was predeceased by two brothers arm a sister. Farm Security Administration (FSA), wassee. Foundation, the Disabled Survivors include: his wife of 53 loan officer in Owosso in American Veterlfns, and bankers' as- 'years,,donna MacInnis Hultin of After World War II, he returriedto sociations. He sang 'in th~ United.OWQSSO and. Lakeland; ftvesons, the Farm Home Administration Methodist Churchchoit' r'contilll,l- Jerry MacArthur Om Foreman) Hu! (FHA and successor to the FSA) and ously from 1960 through, 1994, and 'tin of Washington, D.C., f1eter Eric " in )947 was assigned, to 'the FHA I for many years was an, active athlete "Htiltin bf Pasadena, Calif.: Richard' office' in Owosso, where he was playing tennis as well as softball on Allen (Renee Wise) Hultin of Lansresponsible for Shiawassee and Clin- local teams that won the state ing, Arthur Frederick (Linnet Powel) : ton counties. In '1951, he took a, championship. He was known to Hultin J(. of North Truro, Mass. 'and, position as a coi1;unercial loan of-' many people as the author of many Kristofer Lynn,(Mary Lee Lock-, flcer with the Owosso Savings' Bank jntel;esting letters. in the Letters to wood) Hultin of Lansing~. two sis (no:" know~ as ~Id Kent Bank)'lthe Editor section of The Argus- ters, Greta L, DeLong 0.1'. SOllth \a- : WhIle working With the Owoss6Press. sadena, Fla., and Ann Elm Alexan- 'Savings Bank, he was responsible der of Holt; and eight grandchildren. for conunercial lending for fartners Memorials in lieu of flowers, ~l1ay and busillesses throughout Shiawas- be sent to Jennings-Lyons and are see and adjoining counties. Mr. Hul- suggested, for Crop Walk.~~d the Shiawassee Foundation. "

99 Owosso Argus-press Donnah L. Jorae JACKSON, Robert Burl - Age 71, d' d M of Durand, died Tuesday, March : Age 70, of Laingsburg, Ie on- 22, 1994 at his.residence. Funeral day, June 27, 1994, at Sparrow Hos-. will pital, Lansing. Mrs. Jorae had been a secretary held Frifor 19 years at the Laingsburg, March Elementary School. 25, 1994 at. The funeral mass will be cele- Sharp Fubrated at St. Isidore Catholic neral Church, Laingsburg, Friday, July 1, Homes, F D H Miller Rd. 1994, at 11 a.m. r. uame. Ch I F. B' I '11 ape, r. : Pamment will offictate. una WI Joseph Au-. be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The bon officiatbody will rest at the church today 7 ing. Friends to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 9 a.m, may call at to 9 p.m. The rosary will be prayed the funeral Thursday at 8 p.rn. Mrs. Jorae was born in Howell, home Thursday from 1-9PM. In lieu of flowers, April.6, 1924, the daughter of Paul contributions may.be made to Laand Francis Jerome Ma rion (Holden) Wheelock. She peer Hospice or Masses at St. Mary Catholic Church in Durand. Robert was a graduate of Laingsburg High. wasbom in Flint;' MI October 24, School. She and Victor B. Jorae 1922, the son of Charles and Minwere married at St. Isidore Catholic!. nie ('tate) Jackson. He resided in "Jerry" Idle Age 66, of 1213 Krust Dr., Church, Jan. 12, She was a '! Durand since 1983, coming from Owosso, died Saturday, Nov. 26, member of S1. Isidore Catholic! Flint and. wintering in Winterha- 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Cen-Church member of Lioness Club, ven, Florida. He married R. Lucille ter, Owosso. Michig~n Asso.ciation of Retired LaBarge June 12, 1943 in Flint. Mr.. MIdi r. e owne ddt an opera e( 1 J. School Personnel and the V.F.W. Jackson was employed - by Buick Motor Division for 34 years, retir- Oliver's Restaurant in Owosso, Mid- Auxiliary ' 'd ' b f Survl 'vo' rs I'nclude. her husband,! mg m an was a mem er 0 Michigan Credit Bureau, Inc., and UAW Local 599. He was a Veteran Insta Check of St. Johns and also Victor; four sons and their wives, of WW II, serving in the U. S. Owosso Telephone Answering itheodore and Sandra of Laingsburg, States Army. He was a member of Service. 'Daniel of Laingsburg, Charles and, st. Mary Catholic Church in Dur~ Services will be held at Owosso.Andria of Laingsburg, and Russell i and and Loyal Order of the Moose 'Wesleyan Church, Wednesday, Nov., lind Kathryn of Lansing; a daughter, in Winterhaven, Florida. Surviving 30, 1994; at 1 p.m. Pastor DOJiMr~. John (Cynthia) Spice of Saudi are: wife, R. Lucille; 4 children, Galardi will officiate. Burial will be Arabia; eight grandchildren; nieces Ronald B. and wife Cyndi Jackson of Niagara' Falls, NY, Donald E. in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, and nephews.,'. Jackson of Durand, Roberta Derby~ Owosso. Visitation will be at. She was predeceased by a slst~r" shire and fiance' John Koslowski of Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Bethel Chadwick and a brother, MII- Clio, Pamela L. Jackson and fiance' Dwosso, today and Tuesday 9 a.l11.too_ Wheelock. Andrew Luna of Flintj 7 grandchii~ to 9 p.m. with the family receiving dren; 5 great-grandchildren; 3 friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. both days. brothers, Alan Jackson of Califor- nia, Francis Jackson of Flint, Mr. Idle was, born in Lansing, of Credit Bureaus. He was a former Charles Jackson of Florida; 2 sis Aug. 11, 1928, the son of Hyel member of the Elks Club, Owosso tel's, Bonnie Perez of Flint, Myel Monroe of Davison; many nieces Frank and Veronica Bridgette (Corr) Country Club, Kiwanis Club o( and' nephews; his beloved angel, Idle. He graduated from Howell Owosso and Owosso Rotary.. Sheila AtwelIof Swartz Creek. He High School ill 1946 aild attended He was a veteran having served: was preceded in death by his par~, Michigan State University. He had. with the U.S. Navy. ents, 2 brothers, William and Elbe resid~d in Owosso since fie: Survivors lnchtde: his wife, Jane; Jackson, and Jane Williams were l11attied in six sons, Gerald (Judy) of Apopka, Owosso, June 12, He attended Pia., Alan (Pamela) of Owosso Owosso Wesleyan Church. "Brian (Sandy) of Gersham, Ore.: Mr. Idle was a member of the;, Kevin of Owosso, Jeffrey of De Owosso-Corunna Ar(;:a Chamber of' Bary, Pia., and Scott" at home; a CO.l11l11erCe serving with Modemiza- daughtcr, Mrs. Greg (Tina) Aronson tion and Parking. He built the Town or Palm Beach, PIa.; six grandchil Square Mall and was instrumental in drefl, Aaron, Andrew, Coren, Cassie, bringing many businesses to down- Justin and Kortney Idle; father, H. town Owosso. He was very active Frank Idle. of Charlotte; a sister, with A.A. and was a member of the Mrs. Jack (Mary) Gyger of Char Downtown Development Associa-Iotte; a brother, H. Thomas Idle of fion.. In 1968, he received the "Boss Alexandra. W.Va.. of the Year" award. He was past, He was predeceased by his. president of the Michigan Associa- 'mother and a brother. tion of Collection Agencies and past Memorials may be made to the president of Michigan Association if.j; Idle MemoriaiPund.

100 98 Theodore N. Johns Age 77, of 4028 Crockers' Lake' Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238, forinerly of Owosso, died Sunday, May 15, 1994, at Sarasota Memorial Hospital., Prior to moving to Florida, Mr. Johns had been associated with his brother iii E. E. Johns Produce Co., Owosso. Mr..Johns was born in" Cambridge, Ohio, Sept. 28,.1916, the son of Michael and Wadta "Johns. In 1937, he and Edith C. Ryan wen~ married. She died in He and, londeen E. Coleman were maltiedat St. Paul Catholic Church Owosso in I He was a World War II veteran and a member of the American Legion Post 222 in Fort Lauderdale, FIUc I Survivors include: his wife, Jondeen E. Johns of Sarasota; four sons, Fred (Susan) of Tallahassee, Fla., Martin of Lansing, Theodore (Wendy) of New Port Rich~y, Fla., and Michael (Shari) of Lansing; three. daughters, Carol (Timothy) Fuss, of Memphis, Tenn., Lisa (Scott) Taylor of Sarasota and Mau-' reen (Winton) ~ci of Ft. Lauderdale; ten grandchildren, Tracy and Amy Johns, Stephanie Hayes, Jennifer Pierotti, Allison Fuss, Brooke, Stephanie and Kelly Taylor, Bryce and Derek Johns; two greatgrandchildren, Camille and,catherine Hayes; four sisters, Martha Daniel of Lansing, Nima Bushala and Don E. Jones Edith Mary Jones Age 72, of Byrondied Frida~, Age 93, of Che)sea and formerly Oct. 7, 1994, at Flint Osteopathic of Monroe died Thursday, Jan. 6, Hospital.. '1994, at the Chelsea Retirement Mr. Jones retired from General Comlllunity. ' Motors BOC, Grand Blanc in 1988 : Mrs. Jones was born on Oct. 6, after 33 years of service. He was a: 1900, in Pittsburg, Mich., the ' journeyman electrician... daughter of Charles F. and Pauline Funeral Mass will be 11 a.m. 1. (Base) Creen. Monday, Oct. 10..'. Mrs. Jones moved to Chelsea in Father Maurice Decker will officl- 1976, coming frolll Monroe. ~he ate with burial in St. Joseph Catholic was a member of St.Paul's Ulllted Cemetery, Gaines. Methodist Church in Monroe, Un A vigil service will be held Sun- ited Methodist Women's Society day at 7 p.m., officiated by S~ster and was active with her husband in Gerry Maloney. Visitation will be at Streeter Funthe Boy Scouts of America W:0lverine Council. She was also III the eral Home, Byron on Sunday fr~m Monroe Hospital Auxiliary.. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family She and Alvin Jones were marned present from noon-3 p.m. and 6-9 in Owosso on Sept. 1, He p.m. Mr. Jones was born in Feb, 27, preceded her in death on july 21, , the son of Fred and Carolyn Survivors include: one son, Ennil (Spangenberger) Jones. He had re- Jones of Ypsilanti; one grandson, sided his entire life in the Byron, Kenneth, Jones of Monroe; two area. granddaughters, Linda Carnahan of On Oct. 28, 1950, he and Evelyn Rock Springs, Wyo., Sheryl Gaynor Betty J(ellywere married in An~ola, of Oak Park; two great-grandsons,. Ind. He served in the U.S. Mannes Shaun Alan Carnahan and Paul Miduring World War II; was a member chael Carnahan; two greatof the St. Joseph Catholic ChurCh, granddaughters, Sarah Foster Gay Gaines; and was a former member of nor and Caitlin Nicole Gaynor; one the UAW Local #1292, Flint. ' niece and one nephew. Survivors include: Mrs. Jones was predeceased by His wife Betty; daughter, Mrs. ' one sister, ina Fisler in 1972., Virgil (Becky Jones) Cole of Byron; Funeral services will be held, two sons, Ted and wife (Kathy Cho-I, Monday, Jan. 10, 11 a.m. at ~he Iak) Jones of Swartz Creek, Pat: Chelsea Retirement Communtty Jones of Byron; six grandchildren,:,chapel with Rev. Kearney Kirkby. Autumn and Heather Jones, Katrina,. officiating. Burial will follow at Jones Jessica Cole, Jeremiah Cole Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, and.lenelle Cole; one great-: Owosso. The family will receive, granddaughter, Desserai Davie; and friends Monday 9.to 11 a.m.. several cousins.. Memorial contributions may be Mr. Jones was preceded in death made to st. Paul's United Methodist ; by his parents. ': Church, Monroe., Memorial contributions may be Arrangements by Cole Funeral ; made to the North End SouP, Chapel, Chelsea. ' Kitchen. David Lee Johnson Age 64, of Brandon, Fla., formerly of Owosso, died Monday,. Sept. 5, 1994, at his home in Flo~lda., He worked in construction:. Services are incomplete at this tulle. Helen Wesch of Owosso, and', Geneva Shamas of Blind River, Ont. ; Memorials may be made to St.,He was predeceased, by four Thomas More Building,Fund, 25()6 ' brothers Fez Abe.', Fred Edward and Gulf Gate Dr., Sarasota, FL ', or charity of Ch0ice.

101 Owosso Argus-press Doris E. Jones Age 80, of rural Corunna died Monday morning, Aug. 15, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Jones was a homemaker and worked at Redmonds during the war. Services will be held at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 11 a.m. The Rev. Mark St. Louis will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call at the chapel today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Jones was born in Venice Township, Mich. on July 29, 1914, the daughter Of Daniel and Julia (Hopson) Pearsall. She had resided in this area all her life. On Nov. 6, 1937, she and Donald B. Jones were married in Angola, Ind. Mrs. Jones was a member of the First Church of Christ. She. was a former member of the Extensiorl Club, Caledonia Township, former member United Methodist Women of N.W. Venice Church. Survivors include: her husband, Donald of rural Corunna; a brother, LaVern Pearsall of Easton; several nieces, nephews and one cousin. Mrs. Jones was predeceased by one daughter, two brothers and one sister.. Memorials are suggested to the donor's choice.. Arrangements by the Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.' Robert C. Johnson Age 68, of Byron, died Sunday, Ada M. Johnson Jan. 30, 1994, at McPherson Hospital, Howell..' Mr. Johnson was a truck driver for the F. J. Boutell Company for 31 years, retiring in Since his M retirement, he has been a farmer r. Johnson served with the U.S... Anny during World War II. He was Th~re will be no publ~c visi~ation. a member of the Disabled American A pnvate funeral service wtll be Veterans Chapter #122 of Flint and h~ld at the Streeter Funeral Home,I former member' of the BroJhe:hood with. t~e Rev. R?bert. Schoenhals of Teamsters Local #332 in Flint officlatmg. Cremation will follow.. SurvI'vors I' I d. h' i'c A" M. I d t" b' nc u e. IS Whe u-. emona ona Ions may e made. I drey' children R' h dj h ' to the Diversional Department of the hom~ Donna 'V. ISctar b" 0 nsf on at Du nd Cit H,an een erg 0 Fort ra onva escen orne. Myers Fla Dori D' fn h'li Mr. Johnson was born in Genese~. Denn/s J "h s I~ 0 ort VI e, Township, Genesee County, Dec. 6, Diann Joh~s::o~f B.'iyan~otte, 1925, the son of Charles and Eli~ James Johnson of ~s on, ex as, <yolgman) Johnso.n. He had LQrena Kubera OfHoua~pa, T Fla., Aaron C. Johnson Age 47, died Sunday, July 3 Age 81, or 3298 S. Balcom Rd 1994, at St. Joseph Hospital, Flint. Ovid, died SUliday, Nov. 6, 1994, ~t. Mrs. Johnson had worked at the Clinton Memorial Hospital SI Kl11art, Corunna for the past 15. Johns..,. years. Mr. Johnson was a tinsmith for Services will be held at the A.c. Spark Plug in Flint.. Brown Funeral Home, Flint, Wed- Services wihbe held at Houghton nesday, July 6, 1994, at lo a.m. Fr. Chapel-Osgood Funeral HOll1e~ Ovid John T. Klein will officiate. lnter-. on Wednesday, Nqv. 9 at I p.m. The ment will be in New Calvary Rev.. Robert Magee will officiate I Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will with burial in Maple Grove &emet be today 9 a.m. to. 9 p.m. ery. Visitation will be today from 4.to Mrs. Johnson was born in New- 9 port, N.C., Nov. 23, She lived p.m. al1(j Tuesday 1'1' to 4 p.m. in Henderson most of her life and in and 7 to 9 p.m. at the chapel. Flint for two years. Mr. Johnson was born in Duck- Survivors include: her husband, to~f1' Tenn. on Sept. lo, 1913, the Michael; two children, Laurie and son til' Charles and Rhoda (Owens) husband Greg Chrzan of Owosso Johnson. He had livcd most of his and Vicky and husband ~Eric Het- lire Ovid. He was a veteran of field of Henderson; stepchildren World War II and a member of Michael W. Johnson of Flint: U.A.W. #651. Wendy and David Raison of Flint; On Oct. 13, 1946, he and Loreeta four grandchildren, Stephanie, Jason, Janes were murried in Owosso. Matthew and Andrew; her mother, Survivors include: his wife, Loi Sarah Delamar of Newport, N.C.; recta; two sons, John (Linda) Johnthree brothers and a sister, Robert son and Richard (Bonnie) Johnson, and Barbara Cannon of Woodburn : both of Ovid; nine grandchildren; 'Ore., Billy and Gloria Cannon of four great-grandchildren' two : Moorehead City, N.C., Roy and sisters-in-law, MaUie John;on of Mary Cannon of New port, N.C., Louisiana and Maxine Johnson of Betty and Ronald Manning of New- Ovid.'.. port, N.C.; sisters-in-law and. Mr.: Johnson was pre~eceased by brothers-in-law, Janice Andrews his daughter, Sheila r and three Patty Wysocky, Sdndy and MidlU\::1 broth~rs, Mose, Charles and Jim. West, Patrick and Cathy Johnson,. M~morials may be made to the Cllthy and Mark Alfred, Nancy and Ovid i Area Ambulance or Ovid Fire Ron Watson; mother-in-law Mar- Department. garet Dougherty of Flint; father-in- za~eth resided In Byron area SInce 1978 and A J h son,. exas, ~oving from FlushiJlg where he had six g~annd~h?i~~~:,f ~~usto~ ~hxas; lived for 27 years, He and Audrey G',e~ to ers, i Mellott were married in Angola, Ind. JO~~::~JO~;s~~ hf.flushmgd' HHarvelYd on May us mg, an aro " Johnson of Anchorage, Alaska. Funeral arrangements by,law, Wesley and wife Jane Johnson o}-ioughton Chapel-Osgood Funeral of Barrington; nieces, nephews, and Homes, Ovid. ;l11any fricnds. AITangements by Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Rd., Flint. Elizabeth "Betty" M.Jolirtson Age 70, ofmt. Morris died Wednesdaymoming,Aug. 17, 1994,atF(urfey Medical Center, Flint..>,;.. ; Mrs. Johnson was employedoy:ihe' Salvation Army Stores for the past 10 years. Prior to that she clerked atsev eral area stores including Woolco and Sears.. A private graveside service will be i held at a later date. There will be no v.isitation.-., Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society and Hurley' Medical Center ICU.

102 Owosso Argus-press Ira '~Ike" Johnson. Helen E. Jurica Florence Jurges Age 63, of Flint Township died Monday, Dec. 5, 1994, at the McLa~ Age 86, of 1100 N. Hickory, Age 84, of Rockford, Mich. and ren Regional Medical Center, Flint. Owosso, passed away Thursday, formerly of Owosso and Corunna Mr. Johnson was employed at' March ro, 1994, at Durand Conva- died unexpectedly Wednesday, Aug. Ch.e~rol~t Metal Fab for 23 years, lescent Center. 10, 1994, at Butterworth Hospital, retiring m Mrs. Jurica was a homemaker. Grand Rapids. Services were to be held today, The funeral mass will be cele- Mrs. Jurges worked in the laundry Thursday, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. at the' brated at St. Joseph Catholic r~om at a medical care facility in Swartz :uneral Home, 1225 W. Hill I Church, Owosso, Monday at 11 a.m. Bad Axe. Rd., Fhnt. Pastor James G. Miller; Fr; David Fisher will officiate. Bur- Services will be held at the Pederwas to officiate with cremation at ial will be in St. Paul Cemetery. The son Funeral Home, Rockford on Sa Sunset Hills Cemetery. body will rest at Nelson-HO'use Fun- turday, Aug. 13,. at 1 p.m. The Rev. In lieu of flowers, contributions! eral Homes,. OwossO', today from 2 David Cooper of First Congregamay be made to the American' to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to' tio'nal Church will O'fficiate. Cancer Society, the American Diab- 9 p.m. There will be a,combined Mrs. Jurges was bo'rn Nov. 23, etes Association or Peace Lutheran parish and First Catholic Slovak ro's- 1909, in OwossO', the daughter of Church.. ary prayed Sunday at 6p,m. Isaac and Mable (Eldridge) Thomp- Mr. Johnson was born in Flint O'n Mrs, Jurica was bo'm in Belair, so'n. On Oct. '12, 1956, she and Dec. 10, 1930, and was a resident of Ohio, Aug. 19, 19Q7, the daughter O'f Walter Jurges were married in Bad Flint mo'st of his life. Geza and Anna (Krizan) Butko. She Axe, Mich.. On Nov. 19, 1955, he and Jean and Stephen Jurica were married in Mrs. Jurges was a member of the Liddie were married in Flint. OWO'SSO, June 6, He died in United Methodist Church. He served in the U.S. Army dur- I She was a member O'f St. SurvivO'rs include: her children, ing the. Korean War.. JO'seph CathO'lic Church. Richard and Patricia Jurges O'f Rock- Mr.. JohnsO'n attended Peace Mrs. Jurica was treasurer for the ford, Barbara RO'hner of FIO'rida, JO' Lutheran' Church, was a -'niember of 'First Catholic Slovak Ladies AsSO'ci~ Ann and Norman Dallaire O'f Florthe Chevrolet U.A.W. Local 659,. atio'n and a member O'f the Sf. ida; fourteen grandchildren;,several Grand Blanc American Legion Post Joseph Church Altar,SO'ciety. great-grandchildren; nieces and 413 and FentO'n V.F.W. Post Survivors include: two daughters, nephews. Survivors include: his wife Jean' Mrs. Fawaz (Marian) Filwaz of' Mrs. Jurges was predeceased by two daughters, Carol John;on O'f i Lansing and BaJ:'bara Sersen of her husband, Walter on Jan. 22, Owosso, Peggy and h).lsband David! Santa Rosa, Calif.; two sons, Ste and her sisters, Irene Sutliff Mertz; two' sons, JO'hn O'f Durand, phen J. Jurica of Owosso and DO'- : and Helen Longley. Ira III and wife Lora of Otlando ' flald Jurica of San Pablo,Calif.; a 1'1 Memorials are suggested, to the F~a.; three granddaughters, Stepha~ i sister, Mrs. Mildred Witcher of Sko- imichigan Heart AssO'ciatiQn. me, Karen and Chelsea Johnson' 'kie, Ill.; seven grandchildren and - brother, LeQnard Sleutel of,grand fqur great-grandchildren. Haven and three nephews: She was predeceased by a daughter, Helen, Jurica; two' SQns, Richard and RudQlph Jurica; and two brothers, Lewis and Geza Juanita L. Jury Age 63, ofn. Watson Rd., St. JQhns and fqrmerly of FQuntain, Mich, died Thursday, Aug. 4, 1994 at Hurley Medical Center, Flint. Mrs. Jury was a homemaker, wife and mother. Services will be held Saturday, }\ug. 6, I p.m. at the HQughtO'n Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid. The Rev. Richard MatsQn will officiate with burial in Ivit. Rest Cemetery, Sf. Johns. Memorials are suggested to' the Kidney Foundation. Delores F. Jurstik Age 62, of Brant died Tuesday evening, Feb. 1, 1994, ~t St.~Luke's Hospital, Saginaw. '. ' Services will be held at Walker Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning Qn Friday,Feb. 4 at 1 p.m. The Rev. Jack Jennex will Qfficiate with burial in Brant Cemetery. Visitation will be aj the funeral hqme this evening from 'i to' 9 p.m. Butko. MemQrials may be made to' Sf. Joseph CathQlic Church. Kathleen M. Karek Age 46, of Laingsburg died Sunday, May I, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Karek was a fo'rmer owner of K~s Market in Laingsburg and an, Avon dealer. Services will be held Wednesday, May 4, 11 a.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg.. Pastor Larry Howland will officiate with burial.in Eurekll Cemetery. ' Friends may call at the chapel today until 9 p.m. with the family being pre-. sent 2 to 4 p.m. and 7t09 p.m. Memorials are suggested to HO'spice of Clinton CQuntv.,Alex Karasch Age 88, Qf Perry died early this morning, Friday, March 18, 1994, at his hqme. Arrangements will be announced by the NelsQn-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe, Chapel, Perry. George RObertson Kebler' F ~ge 76, QfWestland,'died Friday. e. 18, 1994, ~t AnnapQlis HO'spitai III Westland, MIChigan. There will be no visitatiqn nqr funeral. Local arrangements Were cqmpleted by J'. Ch I' ennlngs-:lyqns ape. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Mr. Kehler was born in OWQSSQ Aug. 30, 1917, the SQn Qf OttO' WaI- terbland Helen Marie (RQbertsQn) Ke er. He graduated frqm OWQSSQ High SchoQI. I Mr. Kebler had resided'. OWQSSQ, Flint and Ypsilanti. In He W?~ked as a general laborer f?f marthme shipping and is Sur VlVed by a brqtiler, Richard W. KebIer Qf TucsQn, Ariz..

103 102 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Lydia Lucille (Bendall) Katt Joseph "Joe" F. Kayanek Anthony "Tony" Kalisek Lydia Lucille (Bendall) Katt, 94, Age 67, of Ovid, died 'Wednes~ Age 85, of Owosso, died Tuesday, Corunna, died Thursday, June 16, day, Dec. 14, 1994, at the Flint,May 17, 1994, at the Memoi"ial 1994 at 4:30 p.m. at her residence. Osteopathic Hospital. Healthcare Center, Owosso. Services will be held at the Mr. Kayanek had worked for Mr. Kalisek was a farmer. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Saylor~Beall in St. Johns for 38, Mass will be celebrated at Sf. Owosso, Monday, June 20, 1994 at years.. Joseph Catholic Church, OwosSo op II a.m. Mr. Donald M. Condy will Services will b,e held at Jennings-: Friday, May,20 ~t,2:30, p.m. The officiate. Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on: R~v, Fr, pav,ld Fisher w~li officla!e Burial will be at the Wilkinson Saturday, DeQ. 17 at 1 p.m. The; With bunai m Sf. Paul S Cathol,lC Cemetery, Venice Township, Rev. Floyd daswell will officiate.: Cemetery, Owosso, A Rosary ~dl The body rests at the funeral Visitation will be Saturday from 12' be prayed Thursday at 7 p,m. Visltachapel and may be seen today be-, noon until time of service. tio," will be at Smith Funeral tween 6 and 9 p.1l1. and Sunday be- Me Kayanek was born in Owosso Homes, Corunna Chapel today from tween 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., on Jan. 10, 1927 the son of Frank 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to Born in Jackson,.Mich., ~ec. 2, land Cecelia (Dubek) Kayanek. He' 9 p.m. with the family present from 1899, she was the child of Edith and had graduated from Owosso High 2 to 4 p.n? and 7 to 9 r m. Andrew Bendall. She moved to Cor- School in 1945 and had resided in Mr. Kahsek was bom m Caledounna in 1937,57 years ago. the Ovid area since 1967, coming' nia Township,.Mich. on, Sep.t. I?, She mamed Walter Frederick Katt from Owosso. ' 1908, the SOil of Joseph and VictOria in Midland on Aug. 25,1917. On Sept. 12, 1953 he and Be- (Valasek) Kalisek. He had resided She was affiliated with the V\frly 1. Miller wer~ married in most of his life in Caledonia Owosso Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Owosso. Township. Witness. Mr. Kayanek was an avid fisher- On Oct. 11, 1930, he and Julia K A homemaker, Mrs. KaH was man and enjoyed camping and Pavka were married in Midland. He well-known in the, Owosso/Corunna' woodworking.. was a member of St. Joseph area for expressing her faith in Survivors include: his wife Be- Catholic Church, Owosso. G?~'S Kingdom in the door-to-door verly of Ovid; sons, Joseph Theo- S~~vivors include: his wife, Julia mlt1lstry for more than 60 years. dore Kayanek of Durand and Wi!- Kahsek of Owosso; two, daughters, Survivors include: Children and Ham John Kayanek of Owosso' Geraldine (Jerry). Hnevsa, of Owosso spo~ses: Muriel D~an.' Corunna; daughters, Cindy Kayanek of and Betty (Frank) Sohorec of Mar/an (George) Wllkmson, Cor- Owosso and Mrs. Dennis (Mary Jo) O~osso! four granddaughters, Deunna, Stewart (Janet) Katt, Corunna, Alden of Owosso; seven grandsons; bble (~Irk) Bro?ks of Owosso, She.l Margaret ~Lawrence) Lytle, Roscom- mother-in-law, Agnes Miller of ley (Mike) Leplor of Owosso, Lotte mo~, LUCIlle Le~ker,Owosso, Janet Owosso; brothers, Frank (Jeanne). (Bob) }lotter of Henderson and Gad (Bruce) KIlpatrick, Owosso, Kayanek of Owosso and John Kay- Wendy Sohorec of New York, N.Y.; Walter W. (Aleta) Katt, Corunna; a anek of Mt. Morris' sisters Helen,one grandson, Marc (Sue) Hnevsa of sister-in-i~w, Helen Robeck; 32 Rouse of Millington 'an4 M:s.. War-,Owoss9; II great-grandchildren, g ran d c h II d r en; 37 g rea t - ren (Mary) Melrose of Florida' sev- Jordan, Trenton and Amber Brooks, grandc~i1dren; II!grea.t-great- eial nieces and nephews. ' Bra~don, Trevor, Joseph and Tony grandchildren; and many meces and Me Kayanek, was predeceased by Leplo~, Lacy.and Dustyn, Porter, nephews. his parents, one brother and two. Brandl and Bnttany Hnevsa;. three She was predeceased by her husband, Walter, March 2,1987; also a Memorials may be made to the thro~, AliceBiia of' Ches~ning and sisters. sisters, RosiePavka of New Lograndson, Robert L;enker. American Cancer.society. BeSSIe Barta of <;hesan1l1g; two Funeral arrangements by brothers, Joseph. Kahsek of Corunna In lieu of flowers, those desiring I Jennill<7s-Lyons Funeral Chapel and Robett Kahsek of Owosso. may l11ake contributions to the: Owoss;'. 'Mr. KaHsek was predeceased by Friends of Hospice or to the local. - - Helen A.-Kreiner. his pan~ms, one, sister, Agnes and Kingdom Hall. - one brother, LOUIe. Age 89, a longtime Taylor resi- Memorials maybe made to chardent and daughter of Inez and Henry ityof donor's choice. Steven Schultz, passed away peacefully in Michael Kapuscik her:slecp Nov. 3, 1994, at Ball110ral, Arm ArHor, Mich Ag~ 19, o(owosso, died Friday,;Nursing Home. " Mrs. Kremcr received her mas- Aug. 5, 1994, at Sparrow Hospital" Mrs. Kr,emer taught elementary ter's degree ineduca,tion from the Lansing.schpol children for more than 60 University of Michigan. The funeral for Mr. Kapuscik will years, 30 of those in the Taylor She is survived by a son, Virgil be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Jennings~ school system. /,(Bud) Oliver of Oakley; a daughter; Lyons Funeral Horne. In lieu ofa funeral, Mrs. Kremer 1M. Jayne Hughes<,)f Tryon, N.C.; Visitation will be one hour beforereql.lcsted hcrbody be donatcd to the her sisters, Norma and Bessie of the service on Tuesday. The famil~ University of Michigan Mcdical Owosso; 15 grandchildren; and will greet visitors. 'School. To honor her memory, ner many great- and great-greatfamily suggcsts donations in her,grandchildren, nieces, nephews and name to the University of Michigan, friends. She was predeceased by a 100 I School of Educa!~on Building, ' daughter, Opal Oane, a sister, three brothers and two grandchildren.

104 OWosso Argus-press Darlene (Tom) Robinson of Kalk- k as. a; one grandson;. two sisters, Frances and Mabel; one brother, Clyde; several brothers and sistersin-law, nieces and nephews. Mrs. Kent was predeceased by her mother, father and two brothers. c(iivi:"'it1 Thelma J. (Bennette) Kent 73, of Chesaning died Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso.. Mrs. Kent had been a restaurant owner and antique dealer. Services will be held at the Jennings-LYbns Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Saturday, Jan. 22,.11 a.m. The Rev. Dewitt HOrtOR 'will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. The family will' meet friends at the chapel Thursday 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 pjl1. Mrs. Kent was born in Walnut Ridge, Ark. on Sept. 1, 1920, the i daughter of William and Ethel I (Hobbs) Bennette. She had resided the past 30 years in Chesaning and previously in Owosso. On Dec. 31, 1953, she and Richard J. Kent were married in Owosso. Mr. and Mrs. Kent just celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with friends and family. Mrs. Kent enjoyed playing bingo and sewing. Survivors include: her husband, Richard; one son, Darwin (Barbara) Kent of Tennessee; one daughter, Eva Catherine Kesling i' Lois B. Kelly Age 84, of Perry, died Sunday, Age 85, of Muskegon, fonnerly of May 29, 1994, in Morrice; Burton, passed away Tuesday, Jan. Mrs. Kesling was a homemaker 4, 1994, at Hackley Hospital and lind seamstress. She was also elll- Medical Center, Muskegon. ployed by the PelTY Schools and the Mrs. Kelly was a homemaker: Perry v.r.w. Services will be held at Nelson- Services will be hcld at Nelson- HOllse Funeral Homes, Owosso, Fri House Fuenral Homes, LaRowe day, Jan. 7, at 1 p.m. The Rev. Tom Chapel, Perry, Wednesday, Junc I, Brown II will officiate. Burial will at II a.l11. The Rev. George Harris be in Riverside CemetelY, Hender-. will ornciate. Burial \vill be in son. Visitation will be today from 9 Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation will a.m. to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. be at the chal1el today, <) a.l11. to 9 Mrs. Kelly was born in Henderp.m. son, May 23, 1908, the daughter of Mrs. Kesling was born in Roseb- Ray and Adeline (Kim) Skinner. ush, Oct. 25, 1909, the daughter of She and Rollo J.. Dellamater were Joseph and Beatrice (Cole) Bower- married Feb. 2, He died April man. She resided in the Perry arca 29, Then she married Al for the past ~4 ycars. She and Gor- Kelly, June 27, He died don Austin were man'ied in May of' March 13, Hc died in Decembcr, She was a l11ember of Emmanuel Theil she married Harold "Tcd" Kc- United Methodist Church. ' sling in East Lansing in March, I Survivors include: a' daughter, He died.ian. 5, 'Donna Brotzman of Muskegon; a Mrs. Kesling was a member of son and his wife, Gary and Marilyn thc Perry Church or the Nazarene, Dellamater of Otisville; four grandthe Perry Rebckah Lodge 287, and children, Jeff Del/amater and his Chum's Birthday Club. wife Cindy, Stacey Dellamater, Ja. Shc was the Blue Star Mothej' in son Dellamater, and Tom Wilson the Mcmorial Parade of and his wife Susanne and a great- Survivors include: two sons, Dou- grandson, Jacob. glas (Mary Jane) Austin or Gaines She was predeceased by a brother, and Duane (Lois) Austin of Gaith- Ben Skinner. 'ersburg, Md.; two daughtcrs, Mrs.. Kathleen (Neil) Briggs of Morrice Louise A, nn ' Keyes and Mrs. Sandra (Richard) White of Laingsburg; 14 grandchildren; 21 Age 68, of Johnson City, \ Tenn., grcat-grandchildren; three sisters, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 18, Mrs. Mae (Art) Crowe of Benzonia, 1994, at the home of her daughter, Edith Messina of Ocala, Fla., and Ra~ Ann' Kegley in Wise, Va. Mrs. Hazel (Robert) Early of Gat-. Mrs. Keyes was a member of the land, Texas; four brothers, Walter Sf. Mary's Catholic Church of John Bowerman o~ Ovid, Leonard (June) son City and attended th~ Women's Bowerman of Lansing, Fnirik (Dor- Altar Society. othy) Bowerman of Ocala,' Fla., and She 'fas pre~ededin death by her John (Peggy) Bowerman of.lansing. husband, Raymond Keyes May 31 She,was predeceased by two,1993. " children, Roger Austin and Charlene Surviving besides h~r daughter is Austin. ' Arthur Ketchum.. Age 89, of Chesaning passed away Sunday afternoon, Jan. 16, 1994, at the Chesaning Nursing Care Center ;Services will be held on W ed~esday, Jan. 19 at 11 a.m. at the MisiuK Funeral liome,chesaning. Pasto ~eor?e Ward will officiate with buria In Wildwood Cemetery. Friends ma) call at the funeral home today from 3 to ~ p.~. and Wednesday from 8 a.m. U?tt! time of service. The Chesaning Fire Department will have a tribute at the funeral home this evening at 7:30 p.m. a son,robert Keyes of West Lafayette, Ind.; one brother, William Lietsal! of Lansing; one. sister, Florene Maike of Oakley; several nieces and nephews.. Arrangements. by Sturgill Funeral liqlue, Wise, Va. ' Memorial services will be conducted 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, 1994, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Johnson City, with the Rev. J.D. Tamburello O.P. officiating.

105 104 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Louise P. '(Gricar) Johnston Howard Ray Kendall I Frank E. Kerr Age 74, or 1327 N. Ball St., Age 93, of Durand, died Sunday, Age 77, or Chesaning died today, Owosso, died Saturday, April 2, June 26, 1994, at his residence. Thursday, June 23, 1994, at her 1994, at his residence. Mr. Kerr was retired as a supervihome after a long illness. A veteran of World War 11 with SOl' from Chevrolet Manufacturing in Mrs. Johnston had been employed service in the Phil ippines mid Korea, 1961 after 34 years of service. by McDonald Dairy. he drove for Stoner's Cleaners and Services will be held at Sharp Services will be held Saturday, 10 the Shiawassce County intermediate Funeral Homes~ Miller Road Chapel, a.m. at OUf Lady Catholic Church School District Miller Rd., Swartz Creek on Chesaning. Father Jeffrey Donnel~ A memorial service for Mr.. Ken- i Wednesday, June 29 at 11 a.m. will officiate. Friends may call at?alj will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. I Chaplain Hank Messing will officithe Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesan- III the First Church of Christ,' ate with burial in Greenwood 'ing Friday 4 to 9 p.m. and then Owosso, with the Rev. Mark St. Cemetery in Vernon. Friends may Saturday 9 a.m.,at the church. Louis officiating. There will be no' call at the funeral home Tuesday Mrs. Johnston was born July 8, visitation. The family suggests me- from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m She was married to William morials to the First Church of Christ Mr. Kerr was born in Berne, Ind. Carl Johnston. He died in or The Arc. The family is being on June 14, 1901, the son of Robert Mrs.Johnston had been a member served by Nelson House Funeral and Effie (Duer) Kerr and lived in of the American Legion Auxiliary, ' Homes, Owosso. Durand the past 51 years, previously the Sh.owboat Chorus and dt';eorating Mr. Kendall was born in Owosso residing in the Flint area for many committee and was on the swim-, Oct. 19, 1919, the son of George and years. ming pool committee for the pool at Hattie (Hoard) Kendall. He was a On Aug. 13, 1925, he and Elsie Showboat Park grad uate Of Owosso High Pixley were married in Flint. Survivors include: her children School and lived most of his life in Survivors include: his wife, Elsie; and their spouses, Robert and Mari- Owosso.. three children, William (Sharon) Ie? Johnston of Lake Orion, Kay and He and Velva Horton were mar- Kerr of Falls Church, Va., Loretta,DICk Gross of Chesaning, Sally and ried in Owosso July 16, (Charles) Rolfes of Durand and L. Jack Schultz of Chesaning, Joe and.. He was a member of First Church Sue Fleming of Durand; five grand Barb Johnston of Pickford,. Mary of Christ, Owosso, and The Arc. children, Brenda (Larry) Lepisto of and D~nnis Fan-ell of San Antonio, Mr. Kendall is survived by his Mt. Pleasant, Cynthia Evert of Texas; 19 grandchildren; nine great- wife, Velva; two daughters, Mrs. Flushing, Stacey DePlonty of Southgrandchildren and three sisters. Harrison (Janet) Bnldley of Jackson field, Andrew Kerr and Kathy Kerr, Metnorials are suggested to Hos- and Nancy Kendall of Owosso; a both of Falls Church, Va.; five pice of Saginaw, Lou Gehrig Dis- granddaughter, Mrs. Martin (Erica) great-grandchildren, Douglas, Scott, ease Research or M.S. Research. McNair of Jackson; a brother, Roy Matthew, Zachary and Larry; two.cv i Kendall of Cali [omia; four sisters, sisters-in-law, Elizabeth Wilkinson Ira C. Keesler Mrs. Donna Stewart of Corunna, and Ethel Youmans. Age 85 of O~osso died W d _ i Mrs. Reva Cahill of Lansing, Mrs. Mr. Kerr was preceded in death day Aug' at Me~n~sIIRolland(GeneVa)MayerOfOWosso by eight brothers and sisters. He~Ithcar~ Ce~ter O'wo so ofta I and r-.:trs. Charles (Doris) Leiner of Memorial contributions may be,mr. Keesler ~as a ~a~er and Flushmg;. a?rother-in-iaw, Richard made to Duffield United Methodist custodian for the Durand Area' a?dmarjorte Horton; and several Church. Schools nteces and nephews. He was prede- Homer David King Servi~es will be held at Love ceased by four brothers and a sister.. Funeral Home, Bancroft, Saturday, Sept. 3, 1994, at I p.m. Burial will be in Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. The Rev. Philip Voss will officiate. Visitation will be at the funeral home, today 7 to 9 p.m. and Frida) 2 t04 and 7 to 9 p.m. " ~r. Keesler was born in Antwerp Oh1O, Jan. 16, 1909, the son 0' Berkie and Cora (Castle) Keesler He graduated from Howell Higl School and resided most of his tif~ in Cohoctah and Owosso. He ane Marjorie fl. Rosher were man-jed in Elmer T. Keller Age 65, of Colby Lake Rd., Laingsburg, died Wednesday, July 6;'1994, at his home., There will be no visitation. Arrangements handled by Nels.on Hquse Funeral HOl1}es, LaR:owe Chapel, Perry.' Williamston, March 22, She.. passed away Aug. 29, dren;five" great-grandchildren; a Survivors include: a son, Larry d~ughter-in-iaw, Jena Keesler of Keesler of Owosso; two daughters, Ltnden; a brother, Ivan Keesler of Mrs. Dapiel (Wanda) Currie of Ban- Brighton; a sister, Alta Keesler of croft ai")d Mrs. Joseph (Debra) Ri- Corunna. ' chard of Mason; eight grandchil- He was predeceased by five, brothers, four. sisters, a son, and three granddaughters.. Age 82; of Milwaukie, Ore., and formerly of Owosso, died in Milwaukie Feb. lo, While in Owosso, he w~rked for Renown Sto.ve Company, Bendix Aviation (during World war II);Lee L. Woodard Sons and then retir~d from the City of. Owosso in 19~6. 'fwo of his throe daughters and hi,s wife, who survives him, live In Milwaukie.... Graveside serv.ices for Mr:.King havebeen tentativ,elyset[or3 p.m.", March 26. at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. ' Alta M. Keesler Age 83, of Perry died Saturday, Dec. 3, 1994, at Shiawassee County Medical Care Facility, Corunna. Miss Keesler was a homemaker. Funeral services will be held at the, Love Funeral Home, Bancroft, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1 p.m.

106 Owosso Argus-press Wayne W. Kieffer,Dingena M. Killinger Age 79, of Durand, died Tuesday, A longtime ~esident of Michigan Nov. 15, 1994, at his residence. died at TendercareNursing Home in Mr. Kieffer had been general Mt. Pleasant on April 12, 1994, after manager of Ludington News in De- ia short illness. She was 92 years old troit retiring in 1981, aftcr 44 years i on Christmas Eve, ' and remained as a consultant. Mrs. Dena Killinger was born in Services will be held at Nelson-'Harlememeer, Holland in 1901, and HOllse Funeral Homes, Durand, Fri-came to America with her family in I day at U a.m. The Rcv. Robert H She was fourth in a family of Koch will officiate. Burial will be in l twelve children. The' family,pion Lov~ioy Cemetery. The family will re-, eered in North Dakota and Monbma :ceive fricnds today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to' and finally, Wisconsin." ;. i9 p.m. : -She martiedjoseph Kiltingetand I Mr. Kieffer was born in Durand,: they raised six children: Joseph T. IAug. 2, 1915, the son of Jay andi"ted" (Betty) of Midland, Louis K. I Ella (Crane) Kieffcr. He resided i "Kenneth" (Janet) of Midland, Ber Imost of his life in Farmington HiIls,!nard L. (Maxine) of Hastings, Mary,returning to Durand in He and: E. (Roger) of Grayling, James E. Ncva Parsell wcre married in June, and Anton D. "Tony" (Karen) of Joseph, Utah. Mr. Kicffcr was' a mcmber of The family moved to Michigan in M. h K '. V.F.W. Post 116 and Amcrican Leg- the early 1940's and, lived 'in IC ael apusclk lion in Farmington Hills, and an hon- Owosso for many years. Age 19, of Owosso, died Friday,000ary mcmbcr of thc Kentucky Col- When she was a young girl in Aug.. 5, 1994, at Sparrow Hospital: ionels. He servcd in thc Navy during: Monta~a, Mrs. Killinger worked as a LanSing. World War 11.,domestic on a large cattle ranch. In Mr. Kapuscik died from injuries Survivors include: his wife, Neva or later years, her daughter, Ma~ Kilsustained Aug. 4 in a two-vehicle Durand; a daughtcr, Jackie Bencvich linger Weeks wrote of the hardships automobile crash on East M 21 near of Taylor; thrce grandchildren and se- of the immigrant family on the west Corunna.,vcn great-grandchildren; four sistcrs, ern prairies in her book "Forgotten The funeral for Mr. Kapuscik will II Elainc Haithcock of Durand, Mrs. Pioneers". Although she had very be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Jennings- : Hol"ace.(lnna) Smith ot~ Waldo, Ark.,.little formal education, Mrs\ KilIi.n Lyons Funeral Home. '. Mrs. Lawrence (Gencvlcve) Lake of ger taught herself to read and wnte Visitation' will be one hour before Lcnnon, and Mrs. Ward (Eloise) Hard- so that she could help her children the ser,,:ice on 'Tuesday. The family i ing ofvnndcrbilt; a brother, Alden and through their educational journeys. will greet visitors. I his wife Beverly KielTer of Sandusky, During the years she resided in Mr. Kapuscik was born in Mount Ohio; many nieces and nephcws; a Owosso, Mrs. Killinger was em Clemens Sept. 10, 1974, the son of special niecc and nephew, Roy andployed by Redmond Motors and in Steve and Diane (Goscinski) Janet Young and thier sons, Kurt, later years, at White's Bakery. She Kapuscik. Scolt,and David; special friend, Nursc was a member of St. Paul Catholic He'd lived in the Owosso area Diane. Church and, Altar Society. since 1977 and attended Owosso He was predeceased by his Besides her children; she is also High School. daughter Mary Gaile, 'a sister Mar- survived by one brother Cornelius Mr. Kapuscik was empl;yed in gual ite Gilbert and his parents, Zeestraten of Taylor; two sisters, the mail room. at The Argus-Press Memorials may be made to DVA Mary Meyer of.pontiac, Sister Eli- Company. or Durand Convalescent Center.zabeth Zeestraten, IHM, Monroe; 19 Survivors include: His parents; grandchi Idren and 41 greatone brother, Mark (Hilde) Kapuscik grandchild:e~.. of Fort Gordon, Georgia; two sisters, Ruth V. Kinsey Mrs. Ktlhnger was preceded m Mrs. Richard (Jackie) Sexton of death by her husband, Joseph and Owosso and Mrs. John (Renee) Faw- Age 86, of Brant, Mich. passed son, James. cett of Saginaw; graridluother, Mar- away Tuesday evening, July 26, 1994" Mass of Christian Burial will be gar.et Nadratowski of Sterling. at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Saturday., April 16, 19.94, 9:30 a.m., Owosso. HeIghts; four nephews and several at St. MIChaels Catholtc Church, 120 cousins. Mrs. Kinsey had worked at Red- Lewis St., Pontiac. Fr. Clyde Pid- Memorial contributions are sug- monds and the Chesaning Nursing geon, Celebrant. Interment will be in gested to the family. Home. Mt. Hope Catholic Cemetery, Funcrahervice will be held Friday, Pontiac. 11 a.m.. at the Misiuk Funeral Home, Friends may visit the Voorhies, Ch~s?nmg. ~astor.edwar? ~. Weiss Siple & Summerford Funeral Home, Jr. will officl.ate WIth bunal m Brant 268 N. Perry St., Pontiac Friday 3 to Cemetery. Fnends may call at the fun-.9 p.m. and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. efal hom~ Thursday aftef 12 noon. There will be a Rosary service at the Memonals may be made to the funeral home Friday at 7:30 p.m. Brant United Methodist Church.

107 106 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Ru~y Anetta Kilwy John Klco Age 87, of 809 Grand Ave., Of Chesaning, passed away sud Owosso died Tuesday, Feb. 15, denly Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1994, in 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare,Mesa, Ariz. " Center, Owosso.. i He is survived by his wife, Rita Mrs. Kilwy was a homemaker and (Wenzlick); his children and their also had worked fora)wosso Can-spouses, Gary and Sharon Klco of ning Factory and Red}nQnds.,Wichita, Kan., Judie and Louis Gie- Services will be held at Nelson-.sken of Chesaning, Alan and Terri i.h.o.. U. se. Funeral Homes, Owosso on \KICO of Cass City, Dale and Kathy! Saturday, Feb., 19 at 11 a.m. The Klco of Boca Raton, Fla., and Beth IRe". Eldon B. Nelson and the Rev.;and Robert Shelor of Floyd, Va.; 16 Bob C. Nelson will officiate with Ig ran d chi 1 d r en; 1 2 g rea t - burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gar- grandchildren'; two sisters and one dens,:owosso. Visitation will be at brother, Ann and John Yanik of, the funeral home on Thursday from Owosso, Vick Yanik of Owosso and, 7 to 9 p.m.. and Friday from 9 a.m. Joseph Klco of Owosso; alld three to' 9 p.m. with the family receiving! sisters-in-law, Ann Klco of Owosso,, friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 91 Ethel Kelso of Owosso and Marion! p.m.... Klco of Lansing., Mrs, Kilwy was born in New Mass of Christian burial will take Haven Township on May 30, 1906,: place Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Our the daughter of William and Minai Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Joseph R.. Klco IAmanda (Currier) Young. She at-i Church, Chesaning. A scripture ser-..,tended Kelly School in New Haven, vice wilt take place Monday evening Age 86, or Owosso, died Frtday, 'Township.! at 7 p.m. The KofC will pray the Sept. 23, ~994, at the Durand Con- On Feb. 21, 1946, she and Bob O. Rosary Monday at 8:30 p.m.. va~l~ent Center....,. Kilwy were married in Flint. He Friends may call at the Misiuk Fun-. KI~o rellled ds a blltldlllg,died June eral Home Chesaning today after contractor In I~73.. He foun?ed Kl~o i Survivors i~c1ude: two daughters, noon, all day and eve~ing Monday & ~ole Cons~l uctlon and It was In,Mrs. Ted (Shirley) Curry of Tucson,and at the church on Tuesday after ~;~li1ess unit! I?59. He the~l ra.n Ariz. and Mrs. Jerry (June) Buch- 10 a.m. BlIrialwili be in Resurrec. t~o Construct IOn Co. untt! his iholz of Owosso; three grandchildren tion Cemetery, Chesaning. fe Iremen!. ' d '". r.,.. ian lour great-grandchildren; five j The funeral for Mr. Klco Will be Inieces' a. L 'I R'tt 'd L d (1* ) K ~,l.l!~sda~ at 10 a.m. at. St. Joscph Ispeciai frf::~~~' B:~l :nd 1 ;~i~: eonar 1m napp Catholic Church With Father Hod e of 0 y Age 58, of Houghton Lake, died M ttl S II ' ffi...~.. wosso. h d M G I. ~ lew. u,ivan 0 (elatmg. Bun~1. ' l'vieluorials may be made to the' T urs ay, ay 9, 9, at raywill bel 11 S t. P a u ICe met e r y, 10wosso W. esleyan Church. jng Mercy Hospital, after a short Owosso. iuness. Visitation at Jennings-Lyons ; Mr. Knapp'worked for Widdis Chapel will be today and MondaySahd and Gravel. from 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. Services will be held at Christler A Parish and 4th Degree K of C. Anabelle Marie Kildea Funeral Home, 'Houghton Lake on R0sary will be prayed Monday at 7 Monday, May 23 at 11 a.m. The p.m. Age 76, of Vernon, died March Rev. Peter Russell will officiate with Mr. Klco was born in Newark, 25, 1994, in Las Vegas, Nev. burial in Lake Township Cemetery. N.J" Feb. 12, 1908, the son of Peter She is survived by one son, David Mr. Knapp was born' in Owosso and Mary (Zcrban) Klco, Kildea of Corunna; one daughter on Aug. 12, 1935, the son.of Delbert He 'resided most of his life in: Beverly Downer of Las Vegas; nine and Mary (Frederick). Knapp. He Shiawassec County, primarily the: grandchildren and many great- had resided in Owossobefgre mov- Owosso area. grandchildren. ing to Houghton Lake II ye'ars ago. Qn.Nov. 11, 1929, he and Frances She was preceded in death by her On Sept. 28, 1974, he and Sarah Siahunck were married in Owosso.! husband Joseph Lawrence Kildea in Breidinger were married in Owosso. She died in She survives him. A member of Sf. Joseph Catholic Mr. Knapp was a veteran of the. Church, Me. Klco was also a K of C 4th Degree, Jednole, and was a grandchil(hen; nine great- Korean War. Survivors include: his wife, Sarah member of St. Vincent DePaul, grandchildren; two sisters, Vicki Ya- Knapp of Houghton Lake; brother, where he received recognition from nlk of Owosso and Mrs. JolJil(Ann) Delbert Knapp and sister, Rosella the Pope for 50 years of service. Yanik of Corunna... Hodge, both of Houghton Lake. Survivors include: Three sons",mr. Klco was predeccased by his "~-.$" Joseph (Mary) Klco of Owossq,!,wlfe, Frances; four brothers, ~rank, Robert (JoAnne) Klco of Owosso, Ray,. AI an~1 John Klco;,two slst~rs, and Frank (Ebelina) Klco of Upper MOl1lc.a Jal1l~ek and Paul me MerCier;! Marlboro, Md.; two daughtei's, EIi- ~Ol;r ststers-tn-iaw and one brotherzabeth (Jerry) Strauss of D~lrand and 1Il- aw, Mary Jane Pirochta of Lansing._.:. 15' Memorial contributions are sugigested to the donor's choice~,

108 ~vosso Argus-press Dale Sidney Knoblauch Carl H. Korf.. Age 76, of Spring Lake, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 1, Age 46, of Flint, died July 4, Mr. Korf was a retired truck 1994, at Drummond 'Island, Mich., driver. as a result of a boating accident. Services will be (held at the Mis- Mr. Knoblauch was a pipefitter, iuk Funeral 14ome, Chesaning on employed for 27 years at CPC En- Friday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. The Rev. gine Plant-Power Trane. Born JulYGeorge Ward will officiate with bur- 4, 1948, in Wayne, Mich., he was a ial in Wildwood Cemetery. The resident of the Flint area most of his. f~mily will receive visitors at the life. He was a member of UA W funeral home today from 7 t09 p.m. Local 659. Visitors may call on Friday from 9 A funeral mass for Mr. Knoblauch a.m. until time of service. will be held at I p.m. on July 13, Mi. Korf was born in Chesaning 1994, at Holy Redeemer Catholic. on Aug. 27, 1918, the son of Charles Church, 1227 E. Bristol Rd., Flint, and Minnie (Holzhausen) Korf., with the Rev. Fr. Vincent De- 'Survivors include: two sons and Lorenzo officiating. Burial will fol-, two daughters and their spouses, Ro-. low in Hillcrest Cemetery, Owosso.; : nald (Cheryl) Korf of Corunna, Visitation is 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 Kaila (Phil) Ogden of Essexville,. p.m. Monday and Tuesday at thel MaryLou (Jay) Stark of Allegan and 'Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 W. HiIll: David (Deb) Korf of Grand Rapids;,Rd., Flint; There will be a scripture: several grandchildren; one brothcr, iservice at the funeral home Tuesday Phil Korf of Chcsaning; several 'at 6. p.m. Michael J. Koenig, nieces and nephcws. : Mr. Knoblauch is survived by his A 40 of Ovid died suddenly on, Mr. Kort' was predeceased by two :wife, Syivia; a son,erlcknoblauch Sat:r~ay: March '19, 1994, at The brothers and one si~ter, Elil1er. Kort', lof Owosso; two step-sons, Henry, Memorial Healthcare Center, Martin Korf and Eleanor Bralllerd. Mertz and Mary Felan of Sequin, 0. f Memorials may be made to your f Ii wosso....'.. ;Texas, and Raymond Mertz 0 F nt The funeral for Mr. KoenIg, a, favorite chanty. Township; a granddaughter, Brittney' well-known Owosso-area attorney I Funeral arrangel11ent~ by Misiuk!,Mertz; three &isters, Caroline, and and former chief assistant prosecut- Funeral Home, Chesanmg. I :her husband Donald, Ehrke of Cor- ing attorney for Shiawassee County, '.U11na, Sandra Quimby of Roscol11- will be held Tuesday at I p.m. at mon and Mary Sutinen of White Jennings-Lyons Chapel, Owosso, Lake; step-fathe:r, Francis Schad of with the Rev. Fr. Robert D. Kolenski. Owosso; several nieces and nephews. officiating. and great-nieces and great-nephews.' The family will receive friends at He was preceded in death by his pa- the funeral chapel today from 7-9 rents,,'sidney Knoblauch"'and' Ber-, " nitta Sc h a~l,.t 'p.m. I Mr. Koenig was born in Owosso. Willis V. Keevis on Aug. 8,1953, the son ofmic~ael Christopher L.Koh~gen., Age 18, of Chesamng, died O~I< 30 as the result of an automobile accident. Funeral services were held at Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning.. Interment at Easton Cemetery. J Sr and Mary J (Oswald) Koemg. Formerly of Corunna, passed away.'. H~ was a 1971 graduate of at his?ome on Thursday, June 30, "Owosso High School, a 1975 gradu-tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. Phil (Ann) 1994, 111 L~ndon, ~y. '~te of Michigan State University and Cargill of Chicago and Mrs. Daniel Mr. Keevls V was a hfememberof f F. Wars the '" earne d h' IS Juns.. d ctorate degree in '(Pattt') Smith of Annapolis, Md.', two 0 Corunna eterans 0 orelgn ~,"1979 from the Thomas Cooley Law brothers, James (Susan) Koenig of Post , School in Lansing. 'Atlanta, Ga. and Dr. William Koenig T~e rel11al~s l;~e cr:mat~dl a;d.~ ',' Mr. Koenig, an avid outdoorsman 'of Gaylord; an aunt, Mr. and Mrs. service was e at?r a Y "li u 6.!)..",-Who loved life and loved his family,,william (Alice) nix of Ft. Myers, London. Th~ c!emams WI. ere~ '. a lifelong resident of the Fla.; several nieces, nephews and turned to MIchIgan for bun a!.,1' was, cousl'ns,' a sister-in-law, Mrs. Dwight d I b t t Pearl Owosso area. Con 0 ences may e sen 0 ',0 D c he and the for- (Terri) Petty of Germantown, Tenn.; Keevis, 300Reams Lane, Apt. #143, ~ / K llildeb;and of Corunna and two brothers-in-law, Mark Hil- London, Ky., Fred O. Kettler. Age 88, of Chesaning, died Tuesday,March 15, 1994, at Saginaw VA Hospital.,Arrangements will be announced by Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning.,mer u Ie. d',were maitle. debrand of Evansville, Tenn. and. After serving as a prosecutor be- Scott (Kim) Hildebrand of Glendale, tween , Mr. Koenig entered Ariz. 'private practice. In 1991, he was Preceding Mr: Koenig in death 'named 'Boss of the Year by the was his father, Michael J. Sr., in 'Shiawassee County Legal Secretaries 1990 and his mother-in-law, Shirley 'brganization.. Hildebrand in " Mr. Koenig is survived by: his Memorial contributions are sugwife, Julie; two young daughters, gested to the Michael J. Koenig Me.Kaitlyn and Anna; his mother, Mary morial Fund for his children's edu-,11., of Corunna; his father-in-law, cation, the American Cancer Society,,Max Hildebrand, of Fairfield Glade, or the American Heart Association.

109 108 Owosso Argus-press 1994 James C. Komora Anna Kondel Age 59, of Henderson died Satur- Age 75, of Flushing, died Friday, d~y, Sept 24,1994,at the Memorial May 27, 1994, at st. Joseph Hospi- Healthcare Center, Owosso. I tal, Flint Mr. Kotnora was, a f&rmer. "A funeral tnass will be conducted Services will be held Wednesday;) Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. Robert Sept. 28, II &.m. at the Smith Fun- Catholic Church, Flushing. Burial eral HO\11es~ Elsie Ch~lpel. The Rev. will be in St. Paul Cemetery, Fred Fischer willoniciate with bur-! Qwosso. ial in Fairl1eld Township Cemet~rYli. Visitation at the Rossell Funeral Carland. Friends may call today and i Home, Flushing, will be today from Tuesday 2 to 9p:m; with the family 3-9 p.m. and Monday from 11 a.m. present,2 to 4 p.m, and\ 7 to 9 p.m. to 9 p.m. A scripture service will be at the funcral hofne. "conducted Monday at 7 p.m. at the Mr., KOlllora,was born in Elsie, funeral home. Mich. on April 11,1935;the son of Mrs. Kondel was born in Owosso Frank and Mary (Tomasek) KOlllora. July 9, 1918, the daughter of John He graduated frmil Elsie High. and Edith (Flagge) Horvath. She School with the class or 1954.,,married Anthony V. Kondel in Lawrence S. Kovich Qn May 25, 1963., he and Carol i Owosso Nov. 7, He died Feb. Age 50, of Owosso, died Monday, Jean Dietrich were married in Sagi- 11, Oct. 17, 1994, at Memorial Health- naw. She died Aug. 15, Mr. Mrs. Kondel was a member of St. care Center, Owosso. Komora resided most or his lire in Robert Catholic Church and the First Mr. Kovich was regional sales Fairfield Township. Catholic Slovak Ladies Union. manager for Image Carpets, Rome, He was a member of the Z.C.BJ. Survivors include: Her children, Ga. Lodge #225, Bannister;' ', Anthony Kondel Jr. and his wife Services will be held at Christ Survivors include: threedaught- Barbara of Corunna, John Kondel Episcopal Church, Thursday, Oct. ers, Jalene and Kelly Mills or Maple andl1is wife Nancy of Lapeer, James 20, 1994, at II a.m. The Rev. Gre- Rapids, Karen and T6m Ketola of Konde! and his wife.julie of Idaho gory Tournoux will officiate. Burial Greenbay~ Wis., Karlene Komora of Falls, Idaho, Cyril KOfldcl of Linden, will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gar- Big Rapids; two sons, Keith 1<.01110l'a Barbara Kondel or Nov! and Richard dens. The body will rest at Nelson- of Mason, Joe Komora of Elsie; one Kondel and his wife Janet of Fenton;, House Funeral Homes, Owosso, to- grandson, Jeremy and his mother, It grandchildren, Patrick and day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the Mary Komora of Henderson. ' Matthew of Corunna, Steve, of Linfamily being present from 2 to 4' Mr. Komora wall predeceased by den, Shawn, Jeff, Karianna, Neal, p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. his father and a brother, Jerry.,Katy and Danny of Idaho Falls, Re~ Mr. Kovich was born in Owosso' " Memoiialsmay be made to the, nee and Eric of Fenton; brother, Feb. 18, 1944, the son of Samuel Z.C.BJ. Lodge Building Fund, Frank Horvath and his wife Morene and Maxine (Lehman) Kovich. He Bannister. of Owosso; and nieces and nephews. was a graduate of Owosso High B. A' Mrs. Kondel was preceded in School, class of 1962 and attended,ernlce nn Kosier death by brothers Lawrence, Cyril Lansing Business C~lIege. He re- Age 81 of 303 Lincoln, PetTy, and Julius. sided all his life in Owosso. He and passed away ~aturday, April 23,i Memorial contributions are sug Dawn Kirby were married at Christ 1994, at Medllodge Faeility in gested to the St. Robert Education Episcopal Church, April 8, Howell. ' Fund. Mr. Kovich was a member of Mrs. Kosier was a homemaker. Christ Episcopal Church and the 'Services will be held at Nelso~ Owosso Elks. He was an avid goi-. House Funeral Homes, LaRowe fer, belonging to the Owosso Coun~ 'Chapel, Perry, Tuesday at 11 a.m.. try Club. He loved to 'do gardening The Rev. GordonWood will offieiand was proud of the flowers around ate. Burial will be in Rose Lawn his home. 'Cemetery. Friends may, call at' the Mr. Kovich had served in the. cha~el to?ay, 2 to 9 p.m. with the National Guard. family being present 2to 4 p.m. and Survivors include: his wife, 7 to 9 p.m..' Dawn; a daughter, Stephanie Kovich Mrs. Kosier was' born in Owosso, of Owosso; a son, Shane Kovich of Feb. 7, 1913, the daughter of frank G~f\~d Rapids; ~is mother, Mrs. an~ Ann~ (Eisele) Beehler. She had. MaXIne Brown of Owosso; a sister, resided 111 Perry for the past 54 Christopher L. Kohagen Age 18: of Chesaning died Sunday itiornmg, Oct. 30, 1994, as a result ~f an automobile ~ccident. Services will be' held,t th Wa!ker-Martin Funeral H01ne~ Che~ sal1lng on Wednesday at 11 a.tn. The Rev. Fe. Jef\rey Donner will officiat~. Burtal will be Easton Cemele il~ends may call at the funeral hol~~ o ay 10 a.m. to 9 p:m. Mrs. Sharon Poling Qf Grand Blanc; year~. S~e and Elmo J. Kosier were grandmother, Florence Lehman of 'marned 111 Owosso, April Owosso; also aunts, uncles and' He died in " cousins. " Survivors include: two d~ughters Lou of Lansing; 14 grandchildren' He was predeceased by his father., Nancy Johansen of Muskegon and I~ great-grandchildren; also man; Memorials may be made to Christ' Jean Haas. and her husband, Michael,meces and nephews. Episcopal Church or charity of do- 0~Flush1l1g; two sons and their' She was predeceased by 14 nor's choice.,,\y~ves,frank and Juanita of Iowa brothers and sisters. I City, Iowa and Richard and' Mary Mel:n0ri~ls,~re suggested to the Alzheuner s Disease Association.

110 Lester Carl Kosbar Owosso Argus-press 1994 'Joseph G. Kovacs Joseph Krhovsky Age 83, of Owosso died Saturday, Age 87, of Owosso died Saturday Age 83, of 300 E. North St., July 9, 1994, at the Memorial evening, April 2, 1994, at the Dur- Owosso died Monday, March 7, Healthcare Center, Owosso. and Convalescent Center. 1994, at Veterans Hospital, Saginaw. Mr. Kovacs was a retired fanner Mr. Krhovsky retired from Chev- Mr. Kosbar was a bus driver for and had worked for General Motors rolet, Flint in 1966, after 37 years of Indian Trails for 39 years, retiring in I in Flint and Weigold Florist of service During his retirement he I Chesaning. Services will be held at St. Joseph worked for the Shiawassee Conser- Services will be held at the Smith Catholic Church, Owosso on Tuesvation Club.. I Funeral Hom'es, Kribs Chapel, Cor- day at II a.m. The Rev. Fr. Robert Services will be held Thursday, 2 unna on Wednesday, July 13, 11 D. Kolenski will officiate with burp.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral a.m. Father David Fisher will offici- ial in St. Paul Cemetery. Visitation Homes, Owosso. The Rev. Paul ate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial will be at Jennings-Lyons Chapel, Huebner will officiate with burial in Gardens, Owosso. There will be a ; Owosso today from 3 to 9 p.m. A Flake Cemetery, Barryton. Grave- Scripture service Tuesday evening, 7 ' rosary will be prayed at the Chapel side service will be Friday at 1 p.m.,p.m. at the funeral home. Friends this evening at 7 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home : may call at the funeral home 2 to' 9 Mr. Krhovsky was born jn Bortoday until 9 p.m. with the family, p.m. with the family being present 2 chia, Czechoslavakia on Oct. 12, being present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. 1906, the son of Martin and Marie to 9 p.m. Mr. Kovacs was born in Wauke- (Pomikal) Krhovsky. He was an Mr. Kosbar was' born May 9, gan, Ill. on May 20, 1911, the son of' Owosso resident for the past , in Ionia; the son of Charles George and Mary (Vasa) Kovacs. years, moving here frol11' the Flushand Wilhelmina (Hess) Kosbar. He On Aug. 25, 1932, he and Mar- ing area. ' had resided in Owosso for the past celja Baka were mattied in Flint. He On July 22, 1933, he and Mary C. 60 years. had resided in Oakley and the Stasa were married in Owosso. She On Aug. 1 I, 1941, he and E. Owosso area most of his life. died Oct. 18, Eileen Warren. were married in Survivors include: his wife, Mar- Mr. Krhovsky was a member of ',Bowling Green, Ohio. cella Kovacs of Owosso; one st. Joseph Catholic Church of. He served in the U. S. Navy daughter, Dorothy and Frank Marsik Owosso, Knights of Columbus, during World War II with the 6th of Corurina; one son, Robert Kovacs Council #1139 and the U.A. W. Marine Division in the Asiatic Pa- of Owosso; five grandchildren; six Local 659, Flint. cwc Theater. He received the Purple great-granqchildren; two sisters, Survivors include: two daughters, Heart and the Vict~ry Medal. Anne Zafiroff of Flint and Mm:y Mrs. James W. (Phyllis) Fox of Mr. Kosbar was a member of the Johnson of California. Lansing; Mrs. Mert (Mary) Wing of Sal~m Lutheran Church, was a life Mr. Kovacs was predeceased by Corunna;, 14 grandchildren; 22 time member of the Corunna V.F;W. his parents, one great-grandson, one great-grandchildren; one sister. Mrs. Post and the American Legion. sister and five brothers. Joseph (Mary) Petrucha of Decatur, Survivors include: his wife,' E. MenlOrials may be made to the Ill.; one brother, John (Susan) ElIeen; two daughters, Mrs; Pamela Heart Association or charity of do- Krhovsky of Corunna. i (David) Starkweather of Owosso, nor's choice.. Me Krhovsky was predeceased by Mrs. Linda (David) Eldridge of.---. one brother-in-law, one sister, pa- Owosso; five grandchildren; one i Joseph G. Koviack rents and wife, Mary. great-grandson; one sister, Mrs. I Age 24 of Minnesota and for- Memorials may be made to Sf. R,ose Marsh of Ionia; many nieces merly of Chesaning died suddenly Joseph School.. arid nephews. 'Saturday, May 21, 1994 in L Arrangements by Jennmgs-Lyons Mr. Kosbar. d was predeceased by a M' IImeso t a.. Chapel, Owosso. sister, Fn~ a Barton. te Se~ices wiii be held Thursday, Memonals are sugges d to the May a.m. at Misiuk' Funeral Salem Lutheran Church Home, 'Chesaning. Fr. Jeffrey J. Donner will officiate with cremation to. follow. Friends, may call at the Julia E. Kulhanek. funeral hollle today 4 to 8 p.m. Thomas Leroy Lamothe Age 86, ofst. Charles died Friday, Mr. Koviack washom insaginaw Stillborn son of Loretta Kay La- Aug. 19, on June. 5, He was married to mothe and Troy Earl Coolidge of Mrs. Kulhanek had worked at the.fonne: Karen Skornicka, who Laingsburg, died Thursday, Sept. I, Lufkrn Rule and also o,;,ned.a?d survtve~. hnn. '..' 1994, at the Michigan Capitol Medioperated a general store m Ahcla., SurvIvors also lilclude. his pa~ cal C:enter, La?sing.. J r d her husband were one of rents, Julie (Agnew) Koviack of Private services WIll take place. t~ la a~inal buyers of the Prairie Chesaning and 'Gerald Koviack of.. Arrangements were handled by F:rm~r ". Mt. MotTis; hi~ two si.sters and one'lh~ Nelson-House Funeral Home, ; Services will beheld at St. Mary's, brother, Conllle (Kevm) Tener of. L,amgsburg. Catholic Church, Albee today, Sun ' Jonesville,. Kiulberly (~rank)' Theile day, Aug. 21 at 1 p.m.. 0: Chesanll1g and. Chnst~pher.Ko-. Arrangements by the W~lker-: vlack of Chesanlllg;; his ~rand: Martin Funeral Home, Chesamng.. mother, Theresa Agnew Blaz~Jewskl'. Those. planning expressionsm of Chesaning; two nieces and one' sympathy may wish to consider me-,nephew; many aunts and uncles.. morials to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald "IKoviack. 109

111 110 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Addie L. Lab Vivian N., Lamphere Age 90, of Durand died Wednes- Age 70, of Owosso died Friday, day, March 9, 1994, at the Shiawas- Aug. 12, 1994, at the Memorial see County Medical Care Facility, Healthcare Center, Owosso. Corunna. Mrs. Lamphere worked at Turns- Mrs. Lab. was a teacher at the tead in Flint. Chalker School, then was the first Services will be held at the female employee at the Durand Post Ne)son-House Funeral Hom.es, Office, where she worked for 21 Owosso on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Deayears, retiring in ~con Mike Barrett will officiate with Services will be held at the burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gar Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Dur-.dens Owosso. Friends may call at and on Saturday at 1 p.m. Pastor 'the funeral home Sunday 7 to 9 p.m. Russf1l1 Park will officiate with bur- 'and Monday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ial in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Mrs.. Lamphere.was born in Dur Friends may call at the funeral home and on Jan. 2, 1924, the daughter of Friday 4 to 9 p.m. Carl and Mabel (Hannah) Williams. Mrs. Lab was born in Wood She had graduated from Durand County, Ohio on Nov. 16, 1903, the High Schoo\ and had resided most daughter of George and Addie (Av- of her life in Owosso and Texas., ". ery) Porter. She graduated from On May 12, 1939; she and Barney MabelF. Lamg. Durand High School,Class of 1921, A. Lamphere Were married in Age 78, of Corunnq, died Thurs- then received her teaching certificate Durand. day evening, Scpt. 22, 1994,al thc from Ypsilanti NormaJ School. Mrs. Lamphere was a past mem Michigan Capital Medical Center. On June 18, 1929, she and George ber of the St. Paul Catholic Church, Greenlawn Campus, Lansing. 'IA. Lab were married in Owosso. He 'member of the V.F.W. in Texas and Mrs. Laing retired' in 1979 frol11,lpredeceased her Nov. 2, was a volunteer at the Sagina~ Vet- Kresge Co., J~lpiter Store as person- Mrs. Lab was a member of the erans Hospital and The Memorial nel manager.. # " Durand First.Baptist Church, was ~Hospital, Owosso.. Services will beheld at Jennings- the. first p~~sldent of the V.F.W.. Survivors include: two daughtej'~, Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on', Ladles Auxthary and was a member,sharon Gillett of Durand, Bon11te Monday, Sept. 26 at 2. p.ril. The for over 60 years. S~e was also a\(richard) Schmidt of Durand; two Rev. David Ray will officiate with member of the KllIghts Templar Is9ns, Hiram (Marilyn) Lamphere of burial in Oak HiJrCemetery, AuxiIia~... :'San Antonio, Texas and Carl (Judy) Owosso. Visitation wiube Saturday Survivors mclude: a spn, Marvm -Lamphere of Ow.osso; nine grandfrom 7 to 9,P.m. and Sunday from 2 of Durand; nieces and nephews. children; nine great-grandchildren; a to 4 p.m. and 7 t09 p.m... Mrs..' Lab was predeceased by five'.sister, Mrs. Pauline Tyler of Mrs. Lailig was. borriin Edmore, sisters an? seven brothers. : Washington; two brothers, Grover Mich. on Nov. 6, 191.5, the dau~hkr Me~nonals. are suggest~d. to the I~nd ~ev0t?- Matthewson both of Caof Harry C. and Manon (Johnstone) Al1}encan Diabetes ASSOCiation. 'hfornla; meces, nephews and a spe- Swift. She had' resided in Owosso cia I friend, Glen Tourner. for ~8 years,.i;noving here from Kris Alan Lamb Mrs. Lamphere was predeceased Lansmg..,. I. by her husband, Barney and a grand- Survivors incltrde: two sons, Gary.,Age 32, ofla~smg and fonnerly of daughter, Vivian. (Pat) Laing of Eagle and Donald the Perry area, died Sunday, Nov. ~7, Memorials are suggested to the Laing of Corunna;fotir daughters, 19~4, as. th~ result of a huntmg American Cancer Society. Mrs. Alfred (Janet) Hunter of I..ans- accident. '. I.1 ing, Mrs. John '(Slmron) Frantz of Mr. Lap1? was a construction Owosso, Mrs. Frank (Helen) Robin- worker. havmg worked for,clark Wilhelm Karl Lambart son of Laingsburg and Mrs. Clyde FoundatIOn.. Age 85, of Owosso and fonnerly of (Mary Jo) Shaw of Corunna; 22 Services will be held at the Nelsongrandchildren; 30 great- HouseJ<uneral Homes, LaRowe Ecorse and Lewiston died Saturday, April 16, 1994, at Durand Convalescent Center. grandchildren;.two sisters,ola Hen- Chapel, Perry on Thursday, Dec. I, at dricks of Detroit ami Helen Hayes 1 p.m. Mr. 'Lamb art had worked for of Edmore. McLouth Steel in tool and die. Mrs.," Laing was predeceased by Wilmar J. Lacker Services will be held today, Monher husband George, son~ht:-iaw Age 88, of Brant~Marion Springs,day" Jp.l11. at the Nelson-House Fundied Thursday, Jan. 13, 1994, at the eral Homes, Owosso. The Rev. David John Frantz and one brother Cecil Swift..' Memorial Healthcare C~nter, Owosso. Weitz will officiate with burial in Memorials may be made to the Services will be held at the Walker- Lewiston. Friends.may call at the fun COrllnna United Methodist Church. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning on eral home until time of service today. Funeral anangenlelhs. by Monday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Joel Memorials are.suggested to the Jennin'gs-Lyoils Funeral. Chapel, Owosso. ' Hensel wilf officiate with burial, in American Cancer Societv. Marion Township Cemetery. Friends. may call at the funeral home after 6. p.m. Saturday.

112 Owosso Argus-press LeRoy "Roy" L. Langdon Lula A. Langdon AliceM~ Lauback Age 87, of Owosso died Wednes-, day, Aug. 17, 1994, at home. Age 77, of Lake City, Mich. and Mrs. Langdon was a home health fonll~rly of Owosso died Friday nurse. mortung, Nov. 25, 1994; at the Seryices will be held at the Lakeview Lutheran Manor, Cadillac. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Mrs. Lauback owned her own Owosso on Monday, Aug. 22, 10 seamstress business. a.m. Pastor B9b Stephen will offici- Services will be held Monday, ate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Nov. 28, 2 p.m. at the Jennings Gardens. F~iends may call at' the Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. The Ichapel Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. Rev. Mark D. Miller will officiate to 9 p.m. with burial in Ford C~metery, Elsie. Mrs. Langdon was born i.n friends may callat the chapel Sun Owosso on Aug. 29, 1907, the day 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. daughter of Ira and Cynthia (Kim- Mrs. Lauback was born March j 2, mel) Sewell Sr. She graduated from 1917, in Comnna; the daughter of Wasbash University. Mrs. Langdon Charles and Flossie (Bidlel11an) Ay Age 38, of Byron, Mich., died was a life long resident of Owosso. mor. She had resided in Owosso Wednesday, Sept.' 7, 1994, at his l)he was married to William 'until ', home. Langdon. He died in December of. In September of 1934, she ahd Mr. Langdon worked as a car Fred Lauback were married in penter for most of his life. He was Mrs. Langdon was a member of Owosso. He died July 18; an avid hunter and sportsman. : the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Mrs. Lauback attended Owosso Services will be held at st. John's Owoss\), was a member of the Dor-.Schools. United Church of Christ, Owosso on cas Society and was a deaconess at ". Survivors include: a daughter, Lu Friday, Sept. 9 at 2 p.m. Pastor her ch~rch.. : cille Schneider of Lake City; sons, Phillip R. Friedeman will officiate' SurvIV?rS include: a daughter, I F~ed (LaVonne) Laubaek of Lyons, with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Mrs. LoUIS (Donna) Sprague of Cor- RIchard (Bonnie) Lauback of St. Gardens, Owosso. Visitation will be unna; a son, Theodore (Marilyn) Helen, Jack (Leona) Lauback of at Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Langdon of Cotton Wood, Ariz.; ten Tennessee and David (Kathie) Lau" Chapel, Comnna today from 2 to 9 g ran d chi 1 d r en; 25 g rea t - back of Clio; foster' son, Ashley p.m. with the family pn~sent from 2 grandchildren; a brother, Ira (Dee) (Margaret) Allen of Owosso; 18 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sewell of Vernon; several nieces, grandchildren; 21 great- Mr. Landgon was born ill Owosso nephews and special friend, Iva grandchildren; sisters, Helen Harris on Oct. 21, 1955, the son of Ken- Bugbee. of Kent City, Leona Grow of neth A. and Norma J. (Cole) Lang- Mrs. Langdon was predeceased by Owosso, Pauline Shribner of Calidon. He graduated from Owosso three brothers, two sisters and a fornia; brothers, Charles Aymor of High School in 1973 and had re-great-granddaughter, Amanda. Owosso, Delbert Aymor of Owosso. sided in the Owosso area most of his Memorials are suggested to the Mrs. Lauback was predeceased by life. Seventh Day Adventist Church. her parents, one brother, one sister On Sept. 4, 1976,.he and Terri R. and one grandson. Durfee were married in Corunna. He Bethany Ann Lardie Memorials are suggested to the was aniliated with St. John's United Age 19, of Perry died Thursday, Alzheimer's Association. Church of Christ and was a member!' April 28, 1994, in Peny as a result Arrangements by the Jenningsof the N.R.A., Morrice Softball As- of an automobile accident. Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.' sociations Pee Wee League and thel Miss Lardie was employed at Hiawatha Sportsmen's Club. \ Glenbrier Golf Course in Perry. Survivors include: his wife, Terril Services will be held' Monday, Miss Lardie was a member of the Langdon of Byron; one daughter, May 2, 3 p.m. at the Nelson-House National Honor Society and enjoyed Breanna Langdon at home; one son, Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, sports having participated in high Jarod Langdon at home; his mother, Perry. The Rev. Gordon Wood will school volleyball, basketball and Norma Langdon of Owosso; two officiate with burial in Roselawn track for four years. She has been a brothers, Bruce (Glenda) Langdon Cemetery. Friends fnay call today 2 member of the girls' basketball team of Owosso and Larry (Helen) Lang- to 9 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 at L.e.e. for the past two years. don of Gladwin; four sisters, Caro- p.m. with the family receiving Survivors include: her parents, Iyn (Robert) Tower of Owosso, Patti friends 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.jl1. Bump and Jann Lardie; one brother, (Doug) Friend of Indiana, Shannon, both days. Brando~; grandparents, Bob and Jo Langdon of Lansing and Jessica: Miss Lardie was born in Lansing, Lardie; aunts and uncles, Bert and Langdon of Lansing; many special' Mich. on May 6, 1974, the daughter Allison Lardie, Bill and Linda Larnieces and nephews; a special uncle, of Robert A.M. and Janet L. (John_die, AI and Joyce Elsesser, Merlin Derwood,(Audrey) Cole of Perry i son) Lardie. Sh(( graduated from and Mary Lou Johnson, John and and many special aunts and uncles. i Perry High School in 1992, and was Judy CU1~is; and 111any cousins. Mr. Langdon was predeceased by i in her sophomore year at Lansing Miss Lardie was predeceased by his grandfather, his father and one Community College. grandparents, Stanley and Esther sister, Wendy Moses. Johnsol1. Memorials may be made to a Memorials are suggesfed to Perry special fund for the children's Sports Boosters, New Weight Traineducation. ing Room..

113 112 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Samuel Arthur L Eleanor M. LeFevre Age 92,of Bay City, passed away awry Thursday afternoon, April 28, 1994, Age 80, o( Chesaning died Mon- at Bay Medical Center, following a day, June 20, 1994, at Saginaw Gen- brief illness. er,al Hospital.', Mrs. LeFevre was born March 19, Mr.. Lawry was rytired from the 1902, in Kawkawlin, the daughter of Remer Coal Company, Saginaw. ' the late Frank and Rose Whyte. Mrs.,Services will be held at the LeFevre was a lifelong resident of Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Che- Bay County. saning, Thursday; June 23rd, II a.m.1 She was a member of the St. The Rev. Thomas Condiff will offi_ i Mary Church and its Altar Society. ciate with burial in Roselawn Me- Survivors include: a daughter, morial Gardens with a committal Rose Ellyn Munley and her husband servi~e at.2:30 p.m. Gerald H. of Owosso; a son, Jerry Fr~ends may call after 7 p.m. this LeFevre and his wife Betty of Esevenmg and all day Wednesday at sexville; nine grandchildren; thirteen the fu!1eral home., great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mr. Lawry was born in Saginaw Ernest (Dale) Trombley of Bay City; Township, Feb. 11, He' had two sisters-in~law, Eva Smith and resided?10st of his life in Saginaw. Hazel LeFevre, both of Bay City e mamed Grace Velois on Oct. 12, and several nieces andnephews~ 940. She died Sept. 14, Then' Mrs. LeFevre was predeceased by married Ester ~"<2tt Aug. 26; her husband, Albert J. in 1948, a son, Robert J. LeFevre who died in Our beloved Mother Grand- Mr. Lawry was a member of the 1969, four brothers and four sisters. Hother, Great-Grandl11othe~ went to Trinity United M~thodist Church The funeral service will be held oe with her Lord on Nov. 9: 1994, at Chesaning and a former 50 yea; Monday, 10:30 a.l11. at the Stapish the age of 88 years old. member of the Warren Ave. Pre- West' and II a.m. at st. Mary She was born on Aug. 2, 1906, in sbyterian Church, Saginaw. Also a Church. The Rev. Fr: J Thomas Exeter, Mo. to Dr. and Mrs. E. c.member of Teamsters Union, Gol- Munley, grandson of Mrs. LeFevre, Taylor, D.D.S. Her rather died when den Eagles, Chesaning Area Senior and Rev. Fr. Dan McKeon will conshe was six weeks old. She then C~tize~s and.the Chesaning Area celebrate the funeral liturgy. The rite moved to Minnesota with her HIstortcal SocIety. of committal will be Calvary Cemetmother. Eventually they moved to Survivors include: his wife, Ester; ery, Kawkawlin. The parish wake Michigan and her mother then maf- one stepdaughter, Kathleen Walters service will take place Sunday evenried Bert George. Of. Flagstaff, Ariz.; three stepsons, ing, 7 p.m., in the funeral home. ]n 1924, Helen married Albert MIckey (Marlene) Foster, Jack Fos- Friends may call at Stapish West, Latz Sr. where she was a faithful ter both of Tucson, Ariz., Tom 805 E. South Union, Bay City on and loving wife for 44 years. He (Ruth).3i.;.Qtt w of Burton; 10 step- Sunday 1 to 9 p.m. died in 1968.,grandchildren; 11 stepgreat- She devoted her life to being a g:andchildren; two nieces Phylis Re- Brenda Suiter Larson mother to her six children and later XIUS and Kathleen. a very special Grandmother to 35' Mr. Lawry was predeceased by grandqhildren and 70 great- one stepdaughter, Judith Whalen, grandchildren.. two brothers Fred and Tom Lawry. She,was predeceased by a daughter.. in-iaw, two grandchildren and'll11e 'great-grandchild. She 'was active in the hospital auxiliary as a volunteer and be- Grand Ledge, Mich. and Helen. longed to the Blue Star Mothers(Charles) Mort of Chapin, Mich.; du:ing World War II. She greatly many nieces and nephews of Wiltenjoyed traveling to Switzerland seka, Ill.; and a former daughter-in Spain, Europe and various places i~ law, Pat Lat;z; of Elsie. the United States nlany times to visit The funeral service will be Saturgrandchildren. She had various hob- day, Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. at Smith. bies including crocheting, gardening, ~u~eral ~omes, Elsie Chapel. Visetc. 'ltation WIll take place today and She has been an active member of Friday from 2 to 9 p.m. with the the Chapin United Methodist Church family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 since 1962, after attending the' p.~l1. The. Rev. N.ichol~s Scroggins Carland-Burton Church during her will officiate, Bunal WIll take place childhood years. 'at Fairfield Township Cemetery,. She,leaves four sons, Albert (Ka- Fairfi~ld Township, Mich.. tie), RIchard (Rose) of Elsie, Mich., In heu of flowers, memorials may Gilbert (Mary) of Millbury, Ohio be made to. the Chapin United and Tom (Shari) of Owosso' two Methodist Church Building Fund. daughters, Anna (Ted) Oll1n~1l of This was a project veiy dear to her' heart. Age 53, of Ohio and a former resident of Owosso died Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1994, from cancer. There were no services. Cremation has taken place. Survivors include: four children, Louis, Kcith and Marlo Larson all of Ohio, Rcnce Marble of Owosso' six grandchildren; her mother, E1e~I1or. Sutter of Corunna; two brothers, Ronald of Manistee and Eugene or Owosso. Virgil R. Lawson Age 76, of 2730 Horton Ct., Niles died Monday morning, Jan. 31, 1994, at Pawating Hospital; Niles,. following an extended illness. Services will be held at Halbritter Funeral Home, Niles. on Thursday, Feb. 3 at 11 a.m. The Rev. Nolan R: Williams of Wesley United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be. in Mission Hills Memorial Gardens, Niles. Visitation will be at the funeral home on' Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.

114 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Robert D. Lemunyon Lewis Eugene Leiby Age 79, of Ridge Manor, Fla., Age 89, of Perry died Thursday, formerly of Oakley, died Saturday, Aug. 25, Oct. 15, 1994, in Dade City, Fla. Mr. Leiby was born Nov. 28, Mr. Lemunyon retired in 1980 as 1904, in Rosebush. owner/operator of Bob's Radio and He was a home builder in Lansing TV in Chesaning. He had previously for many years and worked as a worked for the Chesaning Water carpenter for Local #1445 before his Dept. retirement. ' Services will be held at Jennings- Survivors include: wife, Nina; Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on sons, Eugene (Betts Dodd) of Flor Friday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. Pastor Don: ida and Robert (Ellen) Leiby of Galardi will officiate with burial in Bath; stepson, Glenn (Beverly) Ar West Haven Cemetery, New Haven nold and stepdaughter, Joyce (00- Township. Visitation will be Thurs-, nald) Miller all of Perry; sister, Alta day from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thering of East Lansing and a Mr. Lemunyon was born in brother, Jim (Lora) of Alma. He is Owosso on May 13, 1915, the son of also survived by nine grandchildren Bert and Frances (Sander,.:) Lemu- and eight great-grandchildren. nyon. He had resided most of his Mr. Leiby attended Congregalife in Oakley, moving to Florida tional Christian Church of Perry and Age 76, of 4218 S. upon retirement. was a member of the Okemos Ma- Owosso, passed away On May 10, 1945, he and Wi- sonic Lodge #252. March 16, 1994, at Memori nifred Freeman were married in Funeral services will be held Sa- Healthcare Center, Owosso. Owosso. He had attended First Bap- turday, Aug. 27, 11 :30 a.m. at Mrs. Lauro was a homemaker. tist Church, Ridge Manor, Fla. Gorsline-Runciman Co. East,Chapel, The funeral mass will be cele~ Survivors include: his wife, Wi- East Lansing with The Rev. Gordon bratedat St. Joseph Catholic nifred; one sister, Mrs. Vern (Eve- Wood, Pastor of Congregational Church, Owosso, Saturday at 11 lyn) Kurrle of Owosso; one brother, Christian Church officiating. Intera.m. Fr. David Fisher wiuo'ffici~te Lynn (Esther) Lemunyon of ment will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Burial will be in St.,Paul Cemetery: Owosso; two grandchildren, David' Friends may call at the chapel today The body will rest at Nelson-House Lemunyon of Flint and Mrs. Dan at 2 p.m. where the family will Funeral Homes,Owo~so, today 2 to (Laura) Owen of Flushing; three receive friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. great-grandchildren. 7 to 9 p.m. WIth the family receiving friends Mr. Lemunyon was predeceased Wayne A L R from 2 to 4 p.m. and '7 to 9 -p.m. by one son, Burl, in e oy both days. The rosary will be prayed Funeral arrangements by.age 85, of Higgins Lake died today at 7:30 p.m. being led by, Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Fnday, June. 24, 1994, at Grayting Deacon. MIke Barrett and Friday at 7. Owosso. M~~y ~o:ltal after a short illness. p.m. betng led by Fr. Fisher and the. e, oy was a linesman for S1. Joseph Altar Society.,; ConsU1~lers Power Company. Mrs. Lauro was born in Carnegie Nelson W~ Lebbin Services will be held Tuesd Pa., Dec. 6, 1917, the daughter of.. June 28, 11 a.m. at the Christ~~; Frank and Marie M. (Ovesny) Seda. Age 77, of Lake ~lacld~ Fla. died ill~eral Home, 6651 W. Houghton She and Joseph E Lall 'Sr.,Dec. 24, 1993, at his residence. a e Dr.,. Houghton Lak. e. Dr. Ken-. ro,. were M L bb' b.. T nelh Ch I married May H d' d.. r. e 111 was om tn yrone '. fist er will officiate with Ma~ch 9, ',e Ie i Township, Mich. and had been a bunal.1i1.gerrish Township Cemet Mrs. Lauro was a member of St. I resident or Lake P!acid for. nine ery, HIggtns Lake. Joseph Catholic Church a m b ; years movtng from Fenlon, MIch.. M.el110ria,/s. are suggested to the.,em er. M L bb'. d' Get J H or St. Ann's Guild,' St. Joseph Se- i "r.. e tn was a retire Joumey- shiptlsfulnd.lggms Memorial Scholarm,or Alt~r Society, and the Maple: man dlemaker for General Motors River Circle of King's Daughters.. and was a protestant.. Mr. LeRoy' Was born in New L _ Survivors include: four sons 'He is survived by: his wife, Mary tbrop, Mich, on April I~ Joseph F, (Ann) Lauro, David A: L:; daughters, Je~n Herrick of Rose- son of ~rthur and Clar~ (Ad~ms) Lauro, Gerald C. (Nancy) Lauro and ville,. Ruth' Wyckoff of Fenton, LeRoy. He had resided in Higgin Clement A.,Lauro, alj are of Kathleen Luchenbill of Owosso, La~e for 30 years coming frin: E'iS Owosso; three daughters, Mrs.. Am- Mary Beth West of Ann Arbor, Su- Shlawassee County. ~O bro~e (Kathryn) Vyskocil of Ypsi- san Louks -of Bad Axe; 13 grand- On May 26, 1934 he and Fran \.) Q) lann, Mrs. ~ohn (Mary) Lewis of children and six great-grandchildren. Mabon Were married in Laingsbu c. es 0 ~,Defiance" Ohio, and Mrs. Richard. Scott ~unehral Home of Lake Pla-F Survivors include: his wi::' ~ ~ (Christine) Yant of Oakwood, Ohl'O' cld was 111 c arge of arrangements. ranees LeRoy of Higgins L k. ' Q) 2 ' son H a e, a...j "'" 1 grandchildren; and four great-. L' oward "Curly" and Dorothy- 0 grandchildren. She is also survifed eroy of Houghton Lake' a ~ S by a sister, Sister Mary Rosalyn ',.'. dal\g~ier, Dorothy and L;rry;' ~ Seda f W t "d h Sumcnx of H'. L k >...J.. 0 a erlor ; tree brothers, She was predeceased b. r. Iggtns a e; sevent; c Wtlham Seda of Livonia, Joseph rents, a brother Fr y her pa- g andc~lldren and seven great-e-s Tejkl of Elsie, and Richard Tejkl of grandsons. ank, and two i~andch.ll~ren; one sister, Ruth Ellis~ >' Black River, N.Y.; also many nieces Memorials ma " MantstJque; four brothers, Virgi1~ '0 and nephews. Joseph Catholic ~h~;ch~ade to St.' LeRoy of Florida, Clarence LeRoy'o a 113

115 114 Age 87, of Owosso, died Monday afternoon, March 28, 1994, at her home. Mrs. Leitch was a school teacher at Owosso High School. The family will meet friends at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Saturday, April 2, 1994, from 2 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will. be held the following Saturday, April 9, 1994, at the First United Methodist Church, Owosso, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Carol J. Johns will officiate. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Mrs. Leitch was born in Cornwall England, Jan 26, 1907, the daughte; of William and Annie J. (Dunstan) Combellack. She graduated from Iron Mountain High School, Albion College, University of Wisconsin and University of Denver. She and James Leitch were married in Crosswell, Mich., June 22, He died. in Mrs. Leitch was a member of the First United Methodist Church Owosso, also a member of th; M.E.A.,. N.E.A., Michigan Retired Teachers' Association, National Retired Teachers' Association, and De Ita Kappa Gamma. Survivors include: a brother Donald (Leah) Combellack of Atlanta. Ga.; two sisters-in-law, Anne Leitch of Owosso and Blanche Combellack of Lecanto, Fla.; two nieces, Edith Bass of Chicago and Mrs. Leonard (Joyce) Sempert of Homosassa Springs, Fla.; five great-nieces; three g~eat-nephqws; ten great-greatmeces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents,,a brother, and two sisters. Memorialk may be made to the Ame~ican Cancer Society or the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Owosso Argus-press 1994 Ronald Paul Lezovich Age 55, of (}06 Sunset, Apt. B, Copperas Cove, Texas, passed away, Monday, April 25, 1994, in Texas. Mr. Lezovich was retired from Atlas Drop Forge,. Die Repair, Lansing. A memorial service will be held at Nelson-Hous.e Funeral Homes I LaRowe Chapel, Perry, Thursday at, 7 p.m. Mr. Bert Forrest will.officiate. The family will receive friends Thursday 2 to 5 p.m. at the chapel. Mr. Lezovich was born in' Lansing, F<:(b.. \, 1939, the son of Paul Albert and Mary E... (Cunningham) Lezovich. He graduated from. Morrice High School in He had resided in,the MOITice area unul the' I~st four years he spent in Texas. He and Shirley Ann Thompson were married in Owosso, March 17, She 'predeceased him June 7, MI;. Lezovich served with the U.S. Anny... Survivors include: four daughters, K111).berly Lynn Lezovich of Lanse ing,. Kal11i11a Ann Lezovich of.roche.ster' Hills, Kat'en Sue and husband Guy Bigf01;d of POIilartd, I(ristine,and husband,tom Rayman of Gelluany; a son, Paul Ray and wife Petra Lezovich of Germany;' three grajldchildren, Brad and Britrti Bigford and Timothy Rayman; four sistenl, Mrs.. Roger (Mary) Wall of Rochellter Hills, Mrs. Robeli (Cathy) Mulholland of Morrice, Mrs. Carl (Ellen) Lewis of Cedar Springs, Dora Lezovich of Grand Rapids; a brother, Thomas (Kathy) Lezovich.of Morrice; many nieces and nephews.. Memorials may be directed to the MO,rrice Alumni Scholarship Ful1d. Cornelius' Lester Ag~ 61, of Grand Blanc Rd., DUf-, an? died Tuesday, March 22, 1994, at Flmt. Osteopathic Hospital. Mr. Lester was a forklift driver Services will be held Friday, March 25, 11 a.m. at the Nelson-House Funer~1 Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. Fnends may call at the chapel today 2 to 9 p.~., Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and.frtd~y until time of service. The famtly Will be present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. each day.. ~emorials are suggested to the family. Charles Lee Luft Age 44, of Owosso died Thurs' day, Feb. 17, 1994, at the Aleda E. Lutz VA Medical Center, Saginaw.. Mr. Luft was a general contractor m the building industry. Services will be held Saturday, Feb. 19, 1 p.m. at the Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owoss6. The Rev. Don Galardi will officiate with bu!ial in West Haven Cemetery. Fnends may call at the chapel today 12 to 9 p.m. Mr. Luft was born in Owosso on Aug. 20, 1949, the son of Gerald and Mardell (Patterson) Luft. He attended Owosso Schools and had resided most of his life in Owosso. Mr. Luft was first ~married to Laurie Elliott on Nov. 21, 1970, then he married Renee DeGute on Dec. 27, Mr. Luft served in the U.S. Mar-. ines. He was meritoriously promoted to' the grade of Private First Class upon graduation from recruit training. This was a significant achievement, as only 10 percent of a recruit graduating class may be promoted. He was designated the honor man in his'.platoon and was presented a Manne Corps dress blue unifonn. ~e was judged on such qualities,as ~lfle marksmanship, leadership abil Ity, progress in training, attitude and conduct to detennine who shall recei~e this coveted award. During his enhstment,,mr. Luft, received the national Defense Service Medal Vietnamese Service Medal with on; star, Vietnamese Campaign Medal Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with palm, and Good Conduct Medal. He received an honorable discharge in 1972 as Sergeant E':5. Survivors include: his wife, Renee; a daughter, Cindy Luft(Greg) Albaugh of Owosso; sons, Stefan, Miles, Charles and Adam at home' his parents, Gerald and Mardell Luft of Owosso; a brother, Paul (Jean) Luft of Owosso; a sister, Linda Pou~lion of Owosso; granddaughter, Justme Albaugh; several. nieces and nephews.. Memorials are suggested to the family. Lloyd R. Lamrouex Age 41,' of Chesaning, died Satur" day, April 23, 1994, at his home. Services will be held at Walker Mattin Funeral Home, Chesaning on Tuesday, April 26 at 2 p.m. The Rev. Jack Steenbergh will officiate with burial in Ridge Road Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today after 12 noon. '

116 Owosso Argus-press Harmon E. Lewis Nancy M. Lewis Clara Mae Libbey, Age 78, of Bancroft, passed away Age 71, of Vernon passed away Age 61, of Baldwin, Mich. di~d Saturday, Dec. 17,1994, at Sparrow I Friday, April 1, 1994, at her! Tuesday, Nov. 15,1994, at the Shl~ Hospital, Lansing. residence., \' wassee County Medical Care Factl- Mf. Lewis was manager of the' Mrs. Lewis worked for the U. S. i ity, Corunna. cost accounting department for Air Force during World War II and Mrs. Libbey was a waitress. Simplicity Engineering in Duranq, MESC Office for 20 years as a There will be no service. Visitaretiril1gin claims examiner, retiring in January tion wiii be at the Jennings-Lyons Services will be held at Love of " Funeral Chapel, Owosso Thursday 2 Ftiner~1 Home" Bancroft, Wednes- A memorial service, will be held: to 4 p.ni. and 7 to 9 p.l11. day, Dec. 21, at 1 p.m. Burial will at the Love Funeral Home, Bancroft,Mrs. Libbey was born Aug. 10, be in Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. Monday, April 4, at 2 p.m. The Rev. 1~33, in F<;>storia, Mich., the The Rev. Har.old ~. Polk :-viii o~fici- Philip Voss will officiate..,daughter 0: George and Hazel ate. The family will receive frtends Mrs. Lewis was born JI1 Grand (King) Collins: She moved from today 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday, 2 to Rapids, Mich. on May 7, 1922, the Flint to Baldwin in 1969., 4 p.m. and. 7 to 9 p.iu.. daughter of Herbert and.minnie I On Oct. 17, 197 I, she. and. Theo- Mr. LeWIS was born JI1 Byron, Swan. She attended schools m Ban- dore Libbey were marned 111 Idle,March 3.), 1916, the son of Charles croft and graduated from the Ban- Wild, Mich. :and Nettie (Ireland) Lewis. He gra- croft High School. Mrs. Libbey loved to play bingo duated from Bancroft High School, ' Mrs. Lewis had resided most off and liked to fish. He attended Eastern Michigan Uni..:, her life in Bancroft and the past 41' Survivors include: her husband, versity and also GM Institute. He years in Vernon. She married Clark Theodore Libbey of Baldwin; a and Hazel V. Hewitt were married W: Lewis in Bancroft on July 13, daughter, Laura Pennell of Owosso; in Flint, Oct. 19, He was a grandchildren, Weston and Cynthia member of the First C~ngregational Mrs. Lewis was a member of the i Pennell of Owosso; a brother, Mi.ke Church of Banc~oft, past master of i Vernon Congr~gational Church and I (Rose) Collins of ~lint; a sister,. Elty Bancroft Masontc Lodge #382 F.& I had been a, Girl Scout leader. I Belle Befl:;on of Flmt; several nteces A.M. Survivor~include: her husband"and 'nephews including Judy Young Survivors include: his wife Hazel;' Clark; one son, Reginald H. Lewis of Flint,' and a special friend, Ruby three sons, Lynn (Roberta) Lewis of" of Owosso; one daughter, Vivian Davis of Owosso. Pleasanton, Calif., Lee (Karen) Lewis of Okemos and four Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Lewis of Minnetonka, Minn., and grandsons. ' Funera,!, Chapel, Owosso. Lloyd (Debra) Lewis of Haslett; a Mrs. Lewis was predeceased by daughter, Cheryl (Robert) Zimll1er- one brother and one sister. man of Owosso; 12 grandehildren; I Memorials to the Vernon United two great-grandchildren; three! Methodist Church. brothers, Lawrence Lewis of Sun I D L City, Ariz., Ralph Lewis of Owosso, OrIS ee and Paul Lewis of St. Clair Shores; Age' 88, of Las Vegas, formerly two sisters, Dorothy Meier of Flint of Owosso, died Wednesday, Aug. and Magdalen Giguere of Davison. 31" 1994, at the Life Care Center, He l. was predeceased by two Las Vegas.. brothers and four sisters. Miss Lee was a teacher for the Memorials 'may be made to the Owosso School system for many First Congregational Church of years. ' ". Bancroft. Services will be held at Jennmgs-,Frank H. Leydorf tyqps Funeral Chapel, Owosso on : Saturday, Nov. 26 at 11 a.m.~r. I Marion, Ellis, will officiate. Bunal Age 101, of Bannister died Thurs-. has already taken place. Visitation day, Aug. 4, 1994, at the Maple Valley 'will be from 10 a.m. until time of Nursing Home, Ashley. service. ' Mr. Leydorf, was a retired farm~r. Miss Lee was born in Greenwood He also served former Elba TownshIp, th Township on June,,e official and sexton at Ford Cemetery daughter of Fred and Minnie, (Irwin) for 57.years. s' tee., Funeral services will be held atur- Survivors include: sisters, Mildred day, 1 i a.m. at Smith Funeral Home 'Seward, Jennie Darling, both of Las Homes, Elsie Chapel. The.Rev. C?le~n f R dfi d LI 'tchfi'leld will officiate WIth bunalm Vegas and Ruby Lee 0 nieces, Mary Ellen Walker, Rebecca e or; Ford Cemetery. Lee, both of Michigan, Betty Soldwish of Florida and Sandy Mulkey of Las Vegas; nephews, Bill ~atterson and Alvin Lee, both of Florida. Memorials may be made te the,donoc's choice.. Funeral arrangements, by Jennings-Lyons FUlleral Chapel, Owosso. Virgil Lindsey, Age '61, of Zephyrh~l1s, F~a., formerly or Ovid- ~Isle - Owosso area, died Saturday, Sept. 10, 1994, at h is home. Mr: Lindsey was a farmer; A n1elnorial service will be held at Youngman - McCullough Fu~eral Home in Lakeview, Mich., Fnday, SepL16, at :2 p.m. Burial will be in Aetna C~I~let~ry, Morley. There will be no :lsltatloll., Mr. Lindsey was born,ih ;\Ima, Dec. 8, 1932, the son of Lydia and Clifford Lindsey. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. " 'h'ld' Survivors include: five c tren, Cliffton Lindsey of Jackson, Sus~n VanAlstine of White Cloud, Con~le and Kevin Volz of Sault Ste. ~ane, Christine and Jeff FranCIS of Owosso, Greg Lindsey of Owos~o; seven grandchildren;,~ special friend, Jean Lepley; follr SIsters, ~ucille and Ray Grosnell,of WYOt11l11g, Mich., Marjorie Richards of Wayland, 'Mich.: Virginia and Jack Mahony of Land O'Lakes, ~Ia., al1~ Bet'ty Richards of Dade City, Fla., inany nieces and nephews. Memorials' may be made to the American Cancer Society.

117 116 Owosso Argus-press 1994 James D. Lienau Sr. Joseph "Jake".Edith M. Lloyd Age 79, of Bancroft, died this C. Little Age 84, of Chesaning died Sunmorning, Dec. 7, 1994, at his day morning, Feb. 20, 1994, at the residence. Age 68, of. Bancroft died Tues- Memorial Healthcare Center, Mr. Lienau was a farmer.. day, Sept. 20, 1994, at his residence. Owosso. Services will be held at the Love Mr. Little retired from Ann Arbor Mrs. Lloyd was a homemaker. Funeral Home, Bancroft, Friday, Railroad ;f1er many years of service. Services will be held at the Dec. 9, atl p.m. Burial will be in Service/> will beijejd at the Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Che Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. The Nelson-House Funeral Homes saning on Wednesday at 1 p.m. The Rev. Fr. George C. Michalek will Owosso on Thursday, Sept. 22 at.l Rev. George Ward and Rev. Fred officiate. The family will receive p.m. The Rev. Randall Fuson will Fischer will officiate with burial in friendl> today 7 to 9 p.m. and Thurs- officiate with burial in Hillcrest Me- Riverside Cemetery, Elsie. Friends " qay, 2 tq. ~p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. morial Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call today 7 to 9 p.m. The i...mr.lienau was born in Sf. Char- may call at the funeral home today family will be present Tuesday 1 to 'ilell,june 8,1915, the son of Herman' until 9 p.m. and Thursday 9 a.m. 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral and Emma (Fobes) Lienau. He at-,until time of scrvice. home. tended Indian Township country! 'Mr. Little was born in Saltville, Mrs;' Lloyd was bom. Nov; 1, school. Be had resided in Chesan- Va. on Dec. 23, 1925, the son of 1909, in Sf. Thomas, Ontario,. the iug, Perry and since 1972 in Ban- i '.yilliam D. and Mattie Bell (Cahill) -laughter of William and Susan fcroft.. HeandDoris N. Hibbard were: Little.. (Murphy) Barnes. She had resided 'martied in HowelJ, March 27, 1937., i". On Oct. 30, 1954, he and Evelyn most of her life in Manistique and ;.<~l!i:vivors include: his wife, Doris; Shrader were married in Princeton, the past 19 years in Chesaning. thi'~esons, James Lienau Jr. of Dur-,W. Va. He was a member of the On April 25, 1945, she and Do- 'and,,william Dale Lienau of Ban-. Durand Church of God: nald S. Lloyd were married. He icrqft, and Robert L. Lienau of Dur-. Mr.. Little served in the. U.S. predeceased her on June 13, 1979., and; seven grand9hildren and two Anny during the Korean War. Survivors include: one daughter, stepgrandchildren; eightgre'at- Survivors include: his wife, Eve- Donna and James Freeland of Chegrandchildren and two stepgreat- II~n; two son~" Joseph Jr. and Darcia saning; one son, Donald and Rosella. grandchildren; a brother; Fred' Lie- i Little of Roscommon, Timothy and Lloyd of Elsie; five grandchildren, l1au of Oakley; two sisters, Jose- '. Al;ty Little of Owosso; four grand- Angie and. Dennis Cooper, James phine Bohn and Sophie Keeven,!c~lldren, RachaeI, Nathan and Jes- and Linda Freeland, Mark Freeland, both of Chesaning.. sica of Owosso, Jasmine of Roscom- Tina Lloyd, Jennifer Lloyd; two He was predeceased by a grand- mon; two sisters, Agnes Cox of great-grandchildren, Tyler Blakeslee daughter, two brothers and two. Pulaski, Va., Eula Keskeys of Rock- and Brianna Cooper and one sister,.sist~~. ~~. ' i lin, Calif.; one brother,henry Little Eileen Poppin. Dallas-V. Long of Thorp, W. Va.; many nieces and Mrs. Lloyd was predeceased by A ". nephews. one granddaughter, Lisa Ann, five S' ge 84, of Durand died Sunday, Mr. Little was predeceased by his brothers and two sisters. I ept. 25.,.1994 at the Durand Conva- parents four brothers and one sister Arrangements by Walker~Martin escent Center.. Men~orials are. suggested to th~ Funeral Home, Chesaning. Mr.. L,ongWorked. as a mechanic Gideons or the ~uildingfund for at.loh~ S Rambler m Owosso and Palm Tabernacle -Church of God retired. In 196 I' from AutoHte. ' Port Charlotte, Fla. " ServIces will be held Wednesday;.. Julian D. Losey Sr. Authula Angeline Sept. 28, 3 p.m. at the Jennings- Lyons Fun(,:ral,Chapel,Owosso. Past T Age 80, of 9051 W. M-21 Ovid A 85 Lehman or om Anderson will o ff.ici ate died Thursday, Jan. 6, 1994 'at the ge, ofs!. Johns, dicd Saturday with btirialin HiIlcrcst Memorial,!'J0v. 26, 19(.94, auv1ilple Valley Nurs~ G d 0.. Memorial HealthcareCenter mg H.-! ar ens,. wosso'.friends may call Owosso ' 011l~ m Ashlcy. ". at the chapel Tuesday 1 to 9 pm' M. "" ~el1lonal scrvices will be at the ~r. Long was born in Fosto~ia'" Ross r. Losey retired from Midland- 0C\ cl]th Day Adventist Church in Sf OhIO on April 13, He had.... Jolms, Sunday, Dec. 4, 1994, at 2 p.m: resided most of his life ill Owosso. H Ser;t lces will be held. at the Therc will be 110 visitation. He married,the former Grace' H oug ~n 'dchap~-o~good Funeral. The family is being se(ved by Smith WalIace. She died in 1913.' ". ome, VI on on ay, J.an. 10" I, Funeral Homcs, St. Johns Ch I Mr. Long enjoyed' workin 'on' p.m.. The ~ev. Ed. Sch:-velke~ 'rill: ape. small engines.. g. officiate WIth bunal In FaIri,leld Sur' '. I d.. Cemetery. '.',. VIVorS mc u e: a daughter,;: Mr Lose wa b' : Survivors include: one son Julian GoldIe Nelson of Ovid; a son, Tho-. Mich' on JJ y I; I~~ I~h Owosso'ID. and Linda Losey Jr. of O;id' two mas Cullery of. Upper Michigan; se-; Fred~rick and M. ' e son of daughters, Mrs. Dawn and L~well ven grandchildren; five great- Losey H d t~o~ (Guydette)!Dukes of Elsie, Mrs Christy and grandchildren; brother, Ralph Long High Sch~ora ~a ~ d rol~d ~wosso Dale Hier of Ovid' '1 I gratidchilof Ashley; several nieces and of his life in ~ 'd II resi e mos t dren; three great-gr;ndchildren' two nephews VI. br the H L '... He and Betty Keefer were mar- 0 fs, arvey osey of Florida, b ~r. Long was pr~deceased by two ried in Flint on March Sh Harold Losey of Owosso; two sisrot 1ers ~nd two Sisters.,died in 1986,. e,ters, Mrs. Geraldine Stone of CalilV!emonals are suggested to the' fornia and Mrs. Hazel Monroe of family. Morrice.'

118 Owosso Argus-press InaK. Loder Bertha M. Lovejoy -, (Beardslee-Ritter) Vena Irene Loznak Age?3, of Owosso, died Sunday, Sept. 25, 1994, at her home. Age 75, of Elsie, died Wednes- Mrs. Loder had been a church Age 89, of Spring Arbor, passed day, July 20, 1994, at her home. schoolteacher at Seven~h Day Ad- away at Arbor Manor on June 3, Mrs. Loznak was a homemaker ventist schools itl Onaway, Frank and bookkeeper. Her hobbies inc: lort,an do' wosso. She'. was born the second child of' cluded china painting, gardening, Serviccs will be hcldat.lennings- John and Anna Beardslee on the baking, and she lovingly cherished Lyons Funeral Ghapcl,. Owosso, Beard.slee Farm?ear Perry. She her family. Weqnesday, Sept. 28, 1994, at II taugh~ school f?r nine ye?rs and was Services will be held at the First a.m. Pastor RobertB. StephanwiU later mv~lved mthe.t1orlsta~d po.t- Baptist Church, Elsie, Saturday, July officiate. Burial will be In HilIc~est i tery busmess.she :vas active tn. ~3, 1994, at 11 a.m. Bu~ial wilt be Mcmorhil Gardens, Owosso; Yislta-,ga:den club work.m Flat. Rock,j m Ford Cemetery,Grattot County. lion will be at the chapplloday7 to M1c.h. and v.olunteered he.r skills a~ a. The Rev. Robert Buchanan will offi- 9 p.m. and Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. and. florist to bnghten the nelg~borhood. ciate. Visitation will be at Smith 7 to 9 p.m. lin 1976 ~he moved to. Spnng Arbor Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel, today Mrs. Loder was biml in Onaway,.!o. be with her.famlly. She later 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present' 2 Nov. 1; 1920, the daughter of Bcrnie,Jomed. the Spnng. Arbo~ ; Free to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Ellen (Porter) Petcrson. She gra-!"letho~lst ~.hurch ~n~.parhclpated: Mrs. Loznak was born in Saginaw duatedfrom Onaway High School m sem?r clh~en acttvltles.. County, Jan. 3, 1919, the daughter and County Nor'mal, and had rcsided SUrviVorS mclud.e: four nephews, I of Fred and Ruby Irene (Ev~n~) itl Owosso since 1953.,Shc and Alva Ke~neth and Dale Beardslee of. Albaugh. She graduated from ElSIe Lodcr Were marricd in Owosso, May Sprll1g Arbor, VerlYll :Beardslee ~f I High School in She had re-. 20,1944. Dea.rborn an~ LyleB.eardslee of 1.,1- \ sided most of her life in the Elsie She was a.illember of the Sevcnth voma; two meces, LPIS Blackb~rn of, area. She and Frank J. Loznak were Day 'Advcntist Church..' Montrose. an~ Donna I;!askell of! married in Bannister on- Feb. 10" Survivors includc: hcr. husband, I Lake, MICh, other meces and /\lva; a datlghter Patricia Lodcr of, nephews... Mrs. ~oznak w~s a life mem~er Corunna' a brother, Stanley and. She was preceded 1I1.death by her of the First Bapllst Church, ElSie, Juanita Peterson of Tacoma, W~sh.; brother, ~o~ert Be~rdsJee, her hus- thc Baptist Women's Christian Soci~ four sisters, Alice Roth of Bay City, band~ Wilham RItter and Ralph ety, charter member of Elsie Histori.>.. cal Society, American Legion Wo Clrayce Knich of Bay City, Edith Lovejoy.. Johnson of Onaway, and 'Patricia ServIces Will be. held at Spring men's Auxiliary, and fonner mem Price. of Ona'Yay.. Arbor Free MethodIst Church Tue.s- ber of Eastern Stars and Elsie Band Sh '. r'd ceased by a sl'ster day, June 7 at 11 a.m. Interment Will J.Boosters. e.was pee., b 3. M' h' M. I. Bessie DeBolt and a brother Arthur eat p.m. m. Ic Igan emonasurvivors include: her husband, Peterson, and her parents. PH~rllk, ~lllat Rf~c:(' Thye. ~ev: Daro.lId bl. Frank "Fritz" ).,oznak of Elsie; three. I be made to the I WI 0 Ilclate.. ISltation WI l e daughters and spouses. Sharon F M emona s may....,. Arth 't' F d 'I' n IS oun at Home-VlI1son today from 7 to 9 and George Reuther of St Johns a~ on..,.. p.m: and Monday from 2 to 4 p.m. Renae I. and Fred Fatura of Elsie, and 7. to 9 p.m. Raelene S. and Richard Easlick of Edna M. Lutes Arrangements b~ Horne-Vinson. Elsie; a son, Terry F. and Diane Age 85, of Corunna, died this,chapel, 2590 Sprll1g Arbor Rd., Loznak of Elsie; 12 grandchildren, morning, Thursday, Nov. 3, 1994, at Jackson, Mich.A9203. Wayne R., Randy J., Ronda S., her home.. LUCAS, Cathleen Louise - Of Lin-' Thornton, Jamie L. Tomasck, Janel.1e. Services will be.. held at Smith I den, age 81, died Monday, June 27, I. Steavens, Derek F. Fatura, Jason Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor at Fost~an Manor Nursing T., Sarah D., Heather M. Loznak, unna on Friday, Nov. 4 at I p.m. Hom~,. Cr~matlon h~s taken place. Nichole V., J~die R., and Amanda The Fr. Robert Kolenski. will offici- No VlsltatlOn or servlces ar~ sche~- S. Easlick; six grcat-grandchildren, ate with burial in Sf. Paul Cemetery, uled. M~s. ~ucas wasbom m Sagt- Lindsey, Ashley, Megan, Alicia, O. V'" '11 b. naw, Michigan, May 17, 1913, the wo.sso. ISltatton WI e this daughter of Hugh and Rhea Travis and Chelsea; four sisters, evemng from 7 to 9 p.m. (LOyer) Miller. She married Har- Olive Tucker of Mt. Morris, Dorthea Mrs. Lutes was b9min Owosso land Lucas in Durand. He preceded Kelley of st. Johns, Beatrice Baese on Jan. 7, 1909, the daughter of her in death in She devoted of Prudenville, and Rosalyn Jordan William and Julia (Rourke) Ballou. her life to her husb\lnd and family. 'of. Bann~ster; two brothers, Homer She had resided most of her life in, Surviving' are: daughter, Jerrie Hoshield of St Johns and Frank Sandusky, Ohio, moving here \0 ~endricks o~wmiams.ton; sonr Da- Hoshield of Elsie. years,ago.. vld ~nd wife Nat~he Lucas of She was predeceased by her pa- She was married to Elnler Lutes '. FgIUShd1\1.hi~;ld9 grandchlldren; 12 great rents' a sister Genevieve Blunt... " ran c reno ", ~ l\1 I?43. He. died She was, ROSSELL FUNERAL.three brothers, Charles and Clayton affihatcd WIth St. Paul's Catholic\: Flushing Hoshield and Francis Albaugh. Church,. Owosso. I Mcmorials may be made to the Survivors include: three brothers, George Ballou of Corunna, Robcrt Mrs L t B II f L k' 01. d h' u es was predeceased by a ou 0 a evlew; 110 an John er parents and her sister Ma'. '(Roy) Ballou of Owosso. Ballou. ' rgalet. Memorials may be made to St Paul's Catho!icCl!urch, Owoss~.. First Baptist Church, Elsie. J

119 118 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Karl E. Luedtke LoeitaM. Lucas Age 64, of Frankfort, died early Age 74, of Owosso, died Sum~ay, Friday morning, Dec. 23, 1994, in May I, 1994, at her home. Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital in Mrs. Lucas worked for Miller Frankfort. Credit & Collection Agency in Mr. Luedtke was chairman of the Owosso from 1937 to board of Luedtke Engineering Co., a Services will be held at Grace marine construction firm based in Bible Church, Owosso on Thursday, Frankfort. May 5 at II a.l11. The Rev. Van S~ Services for Mr. Luedtke will be. Cochrane will officiate with burial held Monday at 2 p.m. in Trinity in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Vis Lutheran Church, Frankfort, with the italion will be at Jennings-Lyons Rev. Rick Stieve officiating. Burial Funeral Chapel, Owosso today from will follow at Lutheran Cemetery. 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday nom 2 Friends may call 'I to 3 p.m. today to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. and 10 a.m. to nooh. on Monday'at Mrs; Lucas was born in Grant McElduff Funeral Home, Frankfort. Park, 111. on May 7, 1919, the The family suggesfs memorials to daughter of Albert and' Anna Trinity Lutheran Church Paving (Evans) Zimmerman. She graduated Fund. froin Owosso High School and had Mr. Luedtke was born April II, resided in Owosso most of her life. 1930, in Manistee, the son of Elroy On April 11, 1947, she and Clay- R. and Lucille (Tallmadge) Luedtke. ton D. Lucas were married in. He earned a bachelor of science de- Owosso. She was a member of gree in civil engineering from the Grace Bible Church and was a Suni University of Wisconsin in 1953 and day school teacher in the beginners then served as an officer in the U.S. department for many years. AmlY Corps of Engineers. Survivors include: her husband, He and Sae Lyon were married in,'clayton; daughter, Mrs. Philip Owosso Sept. 6, (Martha) Ozinga of CQsta Rica; son, Mr. Luedtke joined the family! Marvin (Lola) Lucas of Ann Arbor; construction firm in 1955 and as- grandchildren, Timothy and Grace sumed the presidency of the com- ; Ozinga of Costa Rica,Jessica, Ben pany in and Seth Lucas of Ann Arbor; sise He was a past president of the! ters, Irma Reynolds of Owosso.and Northern Chapter of the Michigan: Mrs. Earl (Alberta) Henzler' of Society of Professional Bngine((fS, a : Owosso; brother, Harold (Betty) past director of the Ri Ver and Har- Zimmerman of Owosso; several bors Improvement Association and nieces and. nephews; stepsisters, past president of the American Asso-! Mrs. Victor (Beth)' Rowell of Spring ciation of Small Dredging and Mar- Lake, Mich. and Mrs. Jean Walts of ine Construction Companies. He was ' Sarasota, Fla.; stepbrother, Robert also a member of the Society of (Nancy) Benoy of Tacoma, Wash. American Military Engineers, the Memorials are suggested to Permanent International Association Gideons.. of Navigation Congresses and served Funeral arrangements by on a number of committees con- Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, cerned with national and regional Owosso. \ marine construction problems. Mr. Luedtke was co-founder and Gregory G. Lucas chairman of the board of West Michigan National Bank in Frankfort. Tuesqay, Oct. 25, Age 37, formerly of OWQsso died He served on the Frankfort School He was a former General Motors Board for 20 years, several years as employee.. president. He was a member of Trinlity Lutheran Church and held several place. The family is bein~ served by A private funeral service has taken offices in the. church. He W!lS a Smith Funeral Homes, Knbs Chapel, member of the Frankfort Rotary Corunna. Club of which he was a past president. Mr. Luedtke is survived by his wife; four children, Kurt (Kelly) of Frankfort, Paul (Earleen) of Beulah, and twins Ann (Dennis) Heniser and (Bruce) Bieneman of Grand Rapids; Alan of Frankfort; his mother, Lucille, of Frankfort; brother, Erich Jacqueline, Brooke, Justin and 'j and six grandchildren, Amy, Kate, (Joan) of Frankfort; sister. Gretchen, Alexus. He was preceded in death by his father. Harold Denoise. Maag Age 85, of 320E. Second St., Morrice died Saturday, Feb. 19, 1994, at Hazel I. Findlay Country Manor.. '. Mr. Maag was a forklift driver at Oldsmobile Forge, Lansing. Services wi1l be held at Nelson~ House Funeral Somes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry on Tuesday, Feb.. 22 at 11 a.m.. Mr. Bert Forrest will. officiate with burial in Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home today until 9 p.m. Mr. Maag was born in Shelton, Neb, on Dec. 5, 1908, the son of George and.grace (Colson) Maag. He attended Shelton,. Neb. area schools. He resided most of his life in. Morrice. On Sept. I, 1928, he and ~ertru~e Lucille Carr were married III Lansing. Mr. Maag was a member of the U.A.W. Local 1618, Lansing. Survivors include: three sons, Harold D. Jr. (LaRaine) of lnverness,. Fla., Richard H. of Morrice arid Ernest G.' (Joan) of Perry; five.daughters, Mrs. William (Shirley) Wood of Owosso, Mrs~ Stanley (Mary) Miller of North Branch, Mrs. Marion Goda of Lapeer; Judith K. Maag of Lansing, Mrs. Paul (Jean) Schlicklin of Perry; one son, Charles Maag; 34 grandchildren; 34 great- grandchildren and three great~great~ grandchildren: Mr. Maag' was predeceased by his wife,' Gertrude, one daughter, Laura Delcamp and several grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Alzheimers Foundation. Margaret Fair LeBailly Age 89, of Owosso, passed away Monday, Feb. 21, 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. LeBailly was a homemaker. Cremation has taken place, there will! not' be a sefyice. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Dorothy Bell Lotz Age 89, fonnerly of Laingsburg, died Thursday, Aug. 25, Memorial servictis will be?eld.at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah s Wltness, st. Johns on Wednesday, Au~. 31, 5 p.m. Tim Schroeder Will officiate. Arrangements by the ~oughton Chapel, Ovid.

120 Owosso Argus-press Lyle R. Martin Age 92, of mral Durand, died today, Tuesday, July 5, 1994, at Durand Convalescent Center. Jay (Jay Bird) H. Mason Age 60, of Owosso died Friday,,Oct. 21, 1994 at Memorial Health ~re Center, Owosso. Mr. Martin work cd for General Mr. Mason retired in 1991 from I Motors for 42 years, retiring in General Motors, Buick City, after 15 years service. He retired in 1972 Services will be held at Nelson~ from the U.S. Navy after 22 years of House Funeral Homes, Durand on duty. Thursday, July 7 at I p.m. Pastor, Memorial services will be held Myra Sparks will officiate with bur- Monday, Oct. 24, 2 p.m. at! ial in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel. Visitation will be Wcdnesday from 2 i Rev. Edward C. Schweikert will officiate. Visitation will be 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A special masonic service will be Wednesday, Monday, Oct. 24 until the service. I evening.. Mr. Martin was born in Venice: Mr. Mason was born in Owosso Township on June 30, 1902, the son I on October 29, 1933, the son of of Sam C. and Mabel (Reed) Martin. Quinton and Louise (Marks) Mason. He resided most of his life in the. He was a life long Owosso resident, Durand area. i outside of his military career. He Was mao jed to Margaret GiIl- On December 4, 1970, he and. ies who died Dec. 4, He was Norma L. Van Strate were married Jill C. Malzahn then married to Pearl Schnepp who in Port Arthur, Texas. Age 18, of Owosso died Monday,' died Sept. 4, Mr. Mason was a member of Nov. 21, 1994, at Hurley Medical He was a member of Duffield Owosso VFW and Disabled Ameri- Center, Flint. Methodist Church, a life member of can Veterans and the Shiawassee Services will be held Friday, Nov. 25, 1 Q a:m. at the Swaliz Funeral North Newburg Lodge 161 F & AM, past master of North Newburg Dog and Gun Club. He loved to fish, and hunt. Home, 1225 W. Hm Rd., Flint. Pas- Lodge 161 F& AM, past patron of His military service was in the tor James Wilbur will officiate. Vis- Durand Chapter O.E.S. #244, royal U. S. Nayy; Korean Conflict and itation will be at the funeral hotne arch mason, past prelate of Durand Vietnam Conflict. today 6 to 9 p.m. and Thursday I to : Commelidery #21 Knight Templers. Sur~ivors include: his wife, 4 p.m. and 6 to 9p.l11.! Survivors' include: three step- Norma of Owosso; one son, Darren Those desiring may makecontri-! daughters, Mrs. Fred (Jeanette) R. (Patricia) Mason of Oakley; butions to St. Andrews Lutheran Habermehl of Lennon, Mrs. Adel- grandchildren, Rob Skok Jr., Cor Church in Flint or the Make-A-Wish bert (Mary) Carrier df Manton, unna; Shonda Skok, Corunna; Kelley Foundation. Mich. and Mrs. William (Esther) Wolfe, Oakley; Gregory Mason, Miss Malzahn was born in Flint,. Atkinson of Leqnon; 13 stepgrand- Owosso; son-in-law, Robert Skok Mich.. on July 11, 1976, and. was a. children; 31 stepgreat-grandchildren; Sr.; sisters, Barbara Day, Owosso; resident of Mt. Morris and Owosso and one niece. Donna Garske Owosso' Jo Ann all of her life. Mr.. Martin was predeceased by I (Dan) Pollhamu~, Mecost;; Thelma She was attending the University one stepson, Keith and one sister, (Doug) Tobey, Owosso; brothers, of Michigan, Flint and was a memo Margaret.' Wayne (Betty)Mason of Corunna; ber of the st. Andrews Lutheran Memorials may be made to the Jack (Joyce) Mason, Interlochen; Ghurch. Duffield Methodist Church.. several nieces and nephews. Survivors include: her dad and Mr. Mason was predeceased by mom, Gai)' and C~rol Malzahn of Laurence W. Mack one daughter, three sisters, one Owosso; a brother, Eric Malzahn of brother, and parents. Owosso; boyft'{end, MatlHitchens Age 75, of l0320ld Magnolia. Memorials may be made to Meof Dewitt; grandmothers, Joyce Mal-, Cove,Apopka, Fla., and formerly of moriaj fiealthcare Home Health zalin of Flint, Edith Holsten of Bare- Owosso, died in Florida Dec. 15~. Agency or Shiawassee County foot Bay, Fla.; many. a,unts, uncles and,eolfsins A native of Detroit, he came to Friends of Hospice. Owosso to work for the Mitchell- Jay (Jay Bird) H. Mason 6entleY'Gorporation, then worked Age 60, of Owosso died Friday, 'for American Record Pressing Com Oct. 21, [994al Memorial Health- pany until that Owosso plant burned care Center, Owosso. in the 1970!l. then he operated a:n Mr. Mason retired in [991 from antique shop in Winter Park, Fla., General Motors, Buick City, after 15 for 10 years until he retired... years service. He retired in 1972 :A memorial service' fat ~r. Mack t1 th U S Navy after 22 years of wdl beheld Feb.24 at 2 p,m. at tlw rom e.. 'd. A' k duty. Iresl ence m pop a. Memorial services will be held Monday, Oct. 24, 2 p.m.. at Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Harold James Maguire. Age 79, of Comnna died Friday, Sept. 23, 1994, af the Shiawassee County Medical Care Facility. Graveside service will be held at the Fuller Cemetery, Conway Township' on Tuesday, SepL27, 1994at II a.m. Mr. Bert Forrest iwill officiate. There will be no visitation. Arrangemcnts by the Nelson-House.FuneraL Homes. Owosso..

121 120 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Shirley Arlene Thomas Preston Robert E. Martinson Mathewson M ' h M D Age 56, of Lennon, "died Sunday, Age 69, of 2040 S. Chipman ' a aney, ',.". March 6, 1994, at McLaren Reg- Owosso died Wednesday, Aug. 24; Age 69, of Fulton, Mo., formerly ional Medical Center, Flint. 1994, at her residence. of Owosso, died Wednesday, Nov. Mr. Martinson had been employed.mrs. Mathewson was 'n L.P.N. 2; 1994, at home. by Flint Metal Fabricating for 25 wl!h Memorial Hospital from 1966 Dr. Mahapey was in private prae- years, retiring in to 1~83.,tice in Saginaw, Then Memorial services will be con- Services will, be held Saturd~y,' worke~ in Omaha, Neb., ducted on Wednesday, March 9at 4 Aug: 27, 1 p.m. at thenelson~house,1984,. 111 the ER room at Children's p.m. at Rossell Funeral Home, Funeral Homes, Owosso. Pastor HOspItal. Flushing. Mr. Andy Warren will of~ John H. Schneider Jr. will officiate A private family service wiu,be ficiate. Cremation has taken place. with burial in Hillcrest Memorial heidat Jennings~Lyons Funeral VisitatiQnwill be Tuesday from 2 to Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call Chapel, Owosso, Friday at }:30 p,m. 9 p.m. at the funeral home today 7 to 9 Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery, ~r. Martinson was born in De- P'!U' and Frid~y 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Owosso.' t:olt on Nov. 26,.1937, the son of wtth the famtly receiving friends Dr. Mahaney was born in Ear,:est and VIolet (McInnes) from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Owosso, May 5" 1925, the son of Martmson. Mrs. Mathewson was born in Reynolds and Rachel (Preston) Ma- On Aug. 29, 1985, he and Gayle Owosso on May the haney. He graduated from Owosso VanHorn were married in Corunna. daughter of Leslie and' Ruth (SheJ~ High School,attended Michigan Survivors include: his wife, Gayle dpn). 'J:ravis. She graduated from State University and Baldwin- Martinson of Lennon; a son and MOrrIce' High School in 1944 and Wallace College in Cincinnati Ohio. daughter; stepsons, Rick and wife!~en received her L.P.N. from Lans- He reeeiviid his medical degre'e from Terri VanHorn of' Corunna, Randy tng Community College. George Washington University in and wife Lisa VanHorn of Flint and On Nov. 30, 1946, she and Washington, D.C. He interned at Ron. VanHorn and fiance Marcie George Mathewson were married in Harp~r Hospital, Detroit and did his Guttmg of Corunna; stepdaughter, Owosso. residency in pediatrics at Children's Tiffany VanHorn of Lennon and Mrs. Mathewson was a member Hospital in Detroit. fiance Don Sites.of Durand; two of. the L.P.N. Organization until her. Dr. Mahaney lived in Michigan brothers, Daniel and wife Madge retirement. unth 1970, then moved to Nebraska Martinson of Durand and John and Survivors include: her husband, and had resided in Missouri since wife Tammy Martinson of Washing George; one son, Leslie (Sharon) He and Wilma J. Lyons were ton; several nieces and nephews. Mathewson of Owosso' one married in Owosso, Aug. 17, daug.hter, Marianne Mathew~on of He served in the military (luring Gladys M.Martenis Shendan, Wyo., three grandchildren: World War II and the Korean War. Age 73, iif 8252 Johnstone Rd., Mrs., Mitch, (Shelly) Holmes of' Owosso, Brian, (Melanie) Mathew- Survivors include: his wife New Lothrop, passed away Sunday Wilma of Fulton, Mo.; a son, Tho: evening, March 13, 1994, at the son 0 f M th Montrose, Colo" Chad mas (b De rah) Mahaney of Fulton' Memorial Healthcare Center, a ewson, of Owosso; four great-,daughters, Bruce (Lynn) Block of' dwosso~ grandchildren, Kortnee, Kyle, Acza 0 kl and Deven; one brother, Donald a and, Reynold (Janet) Karr of Services will be held at Love V. ansteenburgh of Owosso,' a sister- St;ohomish, Wash., Joe' (Diane) Funeral Home, Bancroft, Wednes- KIrkwood of Broomfield, Mo. and day, March 16, at 2 p.m. Burial will 111-J Owosso. aw, Frances Mathewson of J oe (J'll) I Stillwell of Omaha; 24 b' e. 111 Umon Plains Cemetery, Byron. Mrs. Mathewson was ptedeceased grandchildren; brothers, John G. The Rev. Philip Voss will officiate. by a brother, Charles. Mahaney, MD, of Santa Cruz, Calif. The family will receive friends Memorials are suggested to do- and Robert' C. Mahaney, MD, of Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. nor's choice. ' Holland, Mich. at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Miss Martenis was born in Ban- Fredric A. Malinoski Shepherdsfield Communit Ch h croft June 10, 1920, the daughter of Arrangements by Jennro _~1fc. John and Eva (Shephard) Martenis. Age 23, ol'ovid died Saturday, May Funeral Chapel, Owosso. gs yons She,resided most of her life in Bancroft and Durand areas. 28, 1994, at a Lansing Hospital. He worked 1'01' Perl'erated Tube Harry J. Matthews Survivors include: two sisters,. ijoyce Jarrad of Orlando, Fla. and Company in Ada as a rocket researcher., Age 78 of Chapin Township died Mable Gundlach of Oscoda; a sister I Mond\lY, Aug. 26,1994, in St. Luke's lin-law, Grace Martenis of Durand; Funeral services will be held I p.m. Hospital, Saginaw.,many nieces and nephews. Wednesday, June I, 1994, at Graveside services wilt be Wednes- " She was predeceased by two Houghton Chapel of the Osgood Funer~1 Homes, Ovid. Burial whl be in day at 10 a.m. at Brant ToWnship brothers and two sisters. Fatrfield Ce,metery. " Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Arrangements by, the Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel.

122 OW'OSSO Argus-press 1994 Quinton E. MichaelR. Maylum ".Gene" Mason A 45 f.. ge '. 0 Reno,' Nev., passed A Lena May.Magl"nIOty Age 74, of Owosso, died Monday awa~ AprH 22, 1994; at a Reno. ge 85, of Durand died today. morning, July 11, 1994, at Ovid. hospital. Death was sudden. Fn~ay, Nov. 25, 1994, at hel Healthcare Center. ' M lchael. was born in Byron, Mich. residence. Services will be held at Jennings- D~c. l~, 1948, moving to California Mrs. Maginity was a homemaker th h th' Services will be held at a latci' Lyons Chapel, Owosso, Wednesday, WI IS.rnO er In 1961 and living d July 13, at 10 a.m. The Rev. Lewis the last 5 years in Reno: ate.' There will be no visitation. Compton will officiate. Burial will Cremation has taken place in Ne- Mrs. Maginity was born in Wexbe in Oak Hill Cemetery. Yisitation vada, intennent of the cremains will' ford County, May 8, 1909, the will be at the chapel today,. 2 to 4. be in. the Byron Cemetery at.,. "later latr) d,~ughtcr Southwick. of William and. May (Sincd ate..'..', p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Mason was born in Owosso,. Michael is survivea by: Ol? ~ept. 20, 1924, she and S. H. May 12, 1920, the' son of Quinton Mother-Helen, Arndt Maylum, for- M?gmlty were married in Buckley, D. and Louise B. (Marks) Mason. merly of Shennan Oaks, Calif., now MIch. ~e predeceased her in He was a life long resident of of Durand. SurvIvors include: three daught Owosso..Unclesand Aunts-Dan and Lucille ers, Mrs: Donald (Barbara) Karhoff Survivors include: three brothers, Sherwood of Durand and Robert and of ~Iortda, Mrs. Jesse (Patricia) Wayne (Betty) Mason of Corunna,! Pat Arndt of Melbourne, Fla: ~a~hss oj Durand, Ann Marie Ma Jack (Joyce) Mason of Interlochen, Grandmother-Pauline Arndt oj g1l11ty of Florida; daughter-in-law and Jay (Norma) Mason of Owosso; Durand..' Mary Maginity of Owosso' Ii follr sisters, Barbara Day of God saw he was.getting tired grandch'i1dren; 30 gr~al-.,grandchildren. Owosso, Donna Garske of Owosso, And a cure was not to be. Jo Ann (Dan) Polhamus of Mecosta, So he put his anns around him Mrs. Maginity was predeceased and Thelma (Doug) Tobey of And whispered, "Come with me:' by, her husband and one son, ~eith. OwossQ; special friend, Buck Day of In tears we watched. him suffer Burdette W. McMichael!"fancelona; an aunt, Lillian Freder- And saw.hinl fade away. ' lck of Corunna; an uncle, Alfred Althollgh we. loved him dearly;. Age 77, of Swartz Creek, died Sa- ~arks of Owosso; also several We co~ld not make him stay. turday,oct. 22, 1994, at McLaren meces and nephews. '!A heart of gold stopped beating, Regional Hospital, Flint..He wa,s predeceased by three Hard working hands now rest. Funeral services will be held sisters. God broke our hearts to prove to us Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Nelson-House William P. Martinez He only takes the best.. Funeral Homes, Durand, with Pastor."May He Rest In Peace." Myra Sparks officiating. Burial will Age' 76, of Higgins Lake,' for" be in Yerian Cemetery. merly of Owosso, died Saturday" Thomas A. Maron Family will receive friends at the Sept. 24, 1994.,' ': Age 43, of 1702 W. Tuckey Lime, funeral home Sunday atld Monaay Mr. l'y1artinez was the beloved Phoenix, Ariz., fonnerly of Ovid, from 2-4 and 7-9 p,m. husband of Dorothy; dea'r father of passed away Monday, Jan. 30, 1994, Mr. McMichael was born in William David (Sheila) Martinez of in Phoenix.' Gaines Township on April 28, 1917, Owosso, Patricia Joy Martinez of Mr. Maron was a cab driver. the son of Edwin and May tie (Reid) Denver" Colo. and Paul John A memorial service will be held McMichael. (Cheryl) Martinei of Evergreen at Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral He attended Durand schools and Colo. He also isf;urvived by five Homes, Monday, Feb. 14, at 1 p.m. resided in the Swartz Creek area stepchildren, 15 grandchildren; a The Rev. Richard Matson will offi- most of his life. brother, and a sister.. ciate. Burial will be in Maple, Grove On Oct. 17, 1940, in Durand, he He was preceded in death by wife' Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday and Iva Johnson were manied.. Elizabeth, granddaughter Stacey' 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m: at the Mr. McMichael attended Duffield Martinez, two sisters, and a. brother. funeral home. United Methodist Church. Visitation will be today 5 to 9 Mr. Maron was born in Owosso, A farmer, Mr. McMichael also rep.m. and 'the, funeral service Tues- May 21, 1950, the son of H. John tired in 1978 from General Motors, day, I p.m.,.atsteuemol & McLaren and Clara (Wiseley) Maron. He gr~- where he:d been employed for 30 FUlleral Home, Roscol11inon. duated frqm Ovid-Elsie High School years~ Donations to Shriners~ Burn Cen- in He resided most of his life Survivors include: His wile, Iva; tel' will be appreciated. in Ovid and Phoenix. one son; Robert (Kathy) McMichael, Esther M" Maschke Survivors include: parents, H. of Iowa; one daughter, Mrs.. Eddie John and Clara Maron of Harlingen, (Pamela) Martin of Howell; nine Age 77, Ches~ning, dicd Friday, Texas; two sons, David.and Steven grandchildren; four great Sept. 23, 1994a1 the Memorial and two daughters, Elizabeth and gr,andchildren; one brother, Ford He'llthcare Center, Owosso. Anna, all of Phoenix; two brothers, ~ (Alice) McMichael of Lennon; 'and Arrangements will be announced John of Texas and Robert of Haslett; one sister, Mrs. Howard (Maude) by Walk e r-n1artin Funeral H0111e, a sister, Mrs; Jane Reed of Ovid; Johnson of Vernon. \ Chesaning. several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two sisters, Memorials may be' made to th( and his parents. United Church of Ovid.. Memorial contributions are'sugi gested to the Duffield United Methodist Church. 121

123 122 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Wayne C. Mcaean Robert H. Age 79, of S1. Petersburg, Fla. MacGillivray and Bancroft, died Monday, Nov. 21, 1994, at the Durand Convales- Age 72, of Owosso died Wednescent Center. day, Sept. 7, 1994, at his home. Mr. McBean was a tool and die Mr. MacGillivray had worked for maker at General Motors. Toledo Commutator for 15 years. Services will be held at the Services will be held Friday, Sept. Nelson-House Funeral homes, Dur- 9, II a.m. at the Jennings-Lyons and on Friday, Nov, 25 at 1 p.m. Funeral Chap~l, Owo.sso. ~r. Ken~il Burial will be in Crestwood Cemet-i R. Barnes wtll officiate with bunal ery, Grand Blanc. The family will in Ft. Custer.National Cemetery, receive friends at the funeral home ~attle Creek. Fnends may call at the today 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday 2 chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursto 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday day 2 t~ 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. 9 a.m. until time of service. There There will be a full V.F.W.. ntual will be no visitation on Thursday 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the chapel. duy to Thanksgiving. Mr. Mac~illivray was born in Mr. McBean was born in Belding, Bad Axe,. Mich. on Sept. 2, 1922, Mich. on Dec the son of the son of Wi1Jiam and Ella (I<ieut Byron and Eva (Simon~) Bean. ziger) MacGi1livray. He attended On Feb. 14, 1953, he and Marie 1. Owosso Schools and had resided Downer were married in Flint. most of his life in Owosso. Mr. McBean was a member of On Oct. 5, 1962, he and Amy M. U.A.W. #1292 and was a member of Hall were married in Owosso. several square dance clubs in st.. Mr. MacGillivray was a member Petersburg, Fla. of the First Baptist Church, Owosso, Survivors include: his wife, the Owosso V.F.W. #9455 and a Marie; one daughter, Fral1ces member of th~ honor gu~rd.. Doughtery of Florida; two sons, He se~ved 111 the Umted States John McBean of Knoxville, Tenn., Army Air Corp. Robert McBean of Lapeer; several Survivors include: his wife, Amy grandchildren and great- of Owos~o; a daughter, Lori (Mike) grandchildren; one sister, Marion Lu~henbl.1l of Owosso; stepdaughter, Bees of Hope; two brothers, Delbert Juhe (Chnt0!1) Swanso.n of Owosso; and Jennie Bean of Grand Blanc, five grandchildren, Apnl and Josh Lu ;Gerald and Jessie Bean of Prescott chenbill, Ryan and Hilary Swanson Valley, Ariz.. and Tamra Litchfield; three great ; Mr. McBean was predeceased by gra~dchildre~, Shara, S~awn and one son, Robert McBean and a sis- Chnstana Litchfield; a Sister, Eva ter Leona Yeager and his parents. Bowman of Memphis, Tenn.; a, brother, William MacGillivray of... Owosso; many nieces, nephews and. Coger Francis McClainv.F.w. comrades. Age 80, of 4151 E. Jordan Rd.,' Mr. Mac~ilIivray was pr~de- Mt PI 'Lt d' d W d dot iceased by his parents, one Sister,.. easan Ie e nes ay, c"t b h d d h 5, 1994, in Mt'. Pleasant after ai wo. ro! ers, an a step aug ter, lengthy illness.. IRoMse pn~aslky. d h M M ;CI. b M' 151 emona s are suggeste to t e r. c ai~ was om ay 'IOwosso V.F.W. Post #9455 or He mamed the former Kather- d f H.. inc Laura Kidd on Nov. 27; 1952,' tf len s 0 osplce. she survives him. Services will be heldsnturday, 1 i Esther M. Maschke p.m.. at the King FUllcral Home, Age 7}, of Oakley, died Friday, M.eslck:. :astor. <?rs?1l D: Dee\11~r Sept. 23, 1994, at The Menlorial wjllofhcmte. Vlsltaliol1 will be Fn-Healthcare Center, Owosso. day 2 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m: and! She was a homemaker. S~turday? a.l~l. unti.1 time. ofser-! The funeral will be Monday at 7 Vice. Burtal WIll be In AntIOch..p.m. at Walker-Martin Funeral Home with Pastor Thomas Coe offi. ciating. Cremation will take place. Visitation at the funeral chapel will be after 3 p.m. Monday. Alfred J. McEwen Age 72, of Durand, died Monday, Oct. 10, 1994, at the McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint. Mr. McEwen had worked on the assembly line at Buick Motors in Flint, retiring in 1974 after 30 years of service. Services will be held at Streeter Funeral Home, Byron on Thursday, Oct. 13, 11 a.m. The Rev. Robert Schoenhals will officiate with burial in Wilkinson Cemetery, Corunna. Visitation will be this evening from 7 to 9 p.m. 'and Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the famity present on Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m.. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. McEwen was born in Ocqueoc, Mich. on March 27, 1922, the son of William A. and Hattie (Bruder) McEwefl. He had resided. most. of his life in Shiawassee County..0nOct. 1, 1949, he and Elaine B. Br,andt were marrit;d in Flushing. He h~d served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and was a member of the Rauch-Tower V.F.W. Post #5822 of Byron and a former member of.the U.A.W. Local #599 of Flint. Mr. McEwen had fanned the fatnity farm while working at Buick and after retiriqg. Also after retirement he operated an excavating company. Survivors include: his wife, Elaine; two sons, James (Debra) McEwen of Durand and Douglas (Melanie) McEwen of Littleton, Colo.; four grandchildren, Angela, Thomas; Jonathan and Gregory; one brother, William (Betty) McEwen of Corunna; three sisters, Mrs. Wyman (Muma) Wager of Dolphin, Fla., Mrs.. Charles (Tracy) Judd of Fairview, Mich. and Mrs. Henry (Azaile) Grombir. of Owosso; several nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends and neighbors... Mr. McEwen was predeceased by. his parents. Memorial donations may be made to the Byron Area Ambulance. Service. ' Funeral arrangements by Streeter Funeral Home, Byron. -.!FI~ydD. Matteson-, Age'll, of DJlmnd died Monday,,Feb: 21; 1994, at the'vet~rans Hospi: ':tal, ~attle Creek. '.. '- Entombment has taken pla.ce at' Hillcrest Memorial Gardens,Owosso.. : Arrangements by:,,"..." ~, c _

124 Owosso Argus-press 1994, Donald G.MeDonald Delores M. McAvoy Age 83, of Byron, fonnerly of Age 64, of Burton, died Friday, Durand, died Monday, Nov. 21, Aug. 26, 1994, at the residence. 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare She was a fonner employee of the Center, Owosso. Durant Hotel. Services will be held II a.m. Fri- Services will be held at Holy day, Nov. 25, 1994, at the' First Redeemer Catholic Church, 1227 Congregational Church of Durand East Bristol Rd., Burton, Tuesday, under the auspices of the Grand Aug. 30, at 11 a.m. Fr. Vincent A. Command~ry Knights Templar of. DeLorenzo will officiate. Burial will Michigan. The Rev. Robert Koch' be in New Calvary Catholic CemetwiII officiate. Burial will be in ery, Flint. Visitation will be noon to Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Vis- 3 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. today. There.itation will be at the Streeter Funeral will be a rosaly at the funeral home Home in Byron today from 2 to 9 at 7 p.m. today. p.m. with' the family present from 2 Contributions may be made to the to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. On Fri- Delores M. McAvoy Memorial Fund. day visitation will be at the church Mrs. McAvoy was born in Pittsfrom 9:30 a.m. until time of service. burgh, Pa., Oct. 2, She was a Memorial donations may be made resident of the Flint area most of her to either the Holy Land Pilgrimage.,.. life. She and George T. McAvoy Fund or to the Knights Templar"M.cDonald.of Lansmg, KeVin and were married on May 19, He Educational Fjlnd., ';'1 fe Darlene. McDonald of Durand; preceded her in death on Jan. 31, Mr. McDonald was born in Bir-' five grandchildren; five stepsons, She was a lifetime member of mingham, Mich. oujuly 6, 1911,the John P. and wife Shirley. T~ma~ekl Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and son of William and Mary/(Wallace) of Byron, Kenneth and WIfe Chnst- many Catholic religious societies. McDomild. He lived in Durand from ine Tomasek of Fenton, Robert and Survivors include: thrce sons, Da to Since 1974, he has wife Chelyl Tomasek of Corunna, niel, Michael, and James, all of Burresided in the Byron area. He and William and wife Tamn~y Tomas~k' ton; a sister, Loretta Morgan and Roberta Meeker were married in of Byrol1, Edwin and Wife, ClaudI.a husband George of Grand Blanc; a Roy~l Oak, Jum; 26, On May Tomasek of DUl:and; five stepda~lgh- brother, Robert and wife Doreen 3, 1974, he and Dorothy (Banas) ters, Mrs. Mane Cole of Games, Romzek or Davision; brother-in-law, Tomasek were married in Durand.,Mrs. Donald (Evelyn) Stevens Jr. of Edward and wife Theresa McAvoy Mr. McDonald was a graduate of Byron, Miss 'Rita Tom~sek of By- of Owosso; sister-in-law, Leona and Birmingham High School and a ron, MrS. John (Lorrame) Lee of husband Van VanBuren of Iron' I~el11ber of the First Congregational Flushing, and Mrs. Joseph (Vivian) I many nieces and neph~'y~~, Church of Durand. Toomey of Portland; 21 step-.' He was active in the Boy Scout. grandchildren; two step-great- Harrison McCall program on the local and district i grandchildren;.a brother, John level and. was a member of the 1M. c D ona Id 0 f E as t J or d an; an aun, t Age. 81, of N. Main St., Mortice, executive. board. of the Tall '. Pme M [s. CI ara. EI sey 0 f p'tt I S b urg, P a.;. died Friday., nct. 28, 1994, atmemor- Council, B.S.A. Among other several nieces.and nephews. jal Healthcare Ceriter. awards he had earned the District: Mr. McDonald was preceded in Mr. McCall worked several years Award, of Merit and the COlIl1CI 'I d eat h b y h' IS paren t s; a son, B nan. for Grand Trunk Railroad.. Silver Beaver award. (1965);. three broti)ers, Wilbur, 1,. There,will be no visitation or Mr. McDonald was an active Wallace and Stuart; and two sisters, service. member of the Congregational Mrs. Charles (Alberta) Sten-att and The family is being 'served by Church of Durand where he served Mrs. James (Annabelle) Henning. Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Perry. cln the board or'deacons, Sunday An-angements by Streeter Funerall-Helen Me-Naugliton school superintendent for follr years HOIll(),)3YI;.011.~_ ~ " Age 85, of Laingsburg died Tuesand secretary-treasurer for 12 years, He rect:ived the ScOttts~l RIte de- da March at the Ingham retiring' from that position stating g~ees to t~e 32nd degree III the Bay cj~nty Care Facilit;. that younger people should be. work- City ConSistory, and was an~ble of CompletefuneralarrangementswiU ing with the youth of the c?urch.' Elf Khurafeh Temple A.A,Q;N.M.S. be announced by the Nelson-House Mr. McDonald started his Mil-; He was a.member of the Ho~y Royal: Funeral Homes, Laingsburg. soni.c career' in Durand in 1950\' Arch Kmghts Templar Pnests of, -r\-b-'. c?:<:~o d f...., '. 1 V d ne was a mel11 eef)i... \Tu;:;... r er 0 whe.n he was raised to the subllll1erock of Ages Tabernac elan a h P I' C. f1 :''''thy k In degree of a Master Mason,. He peti-. mcmber of the Red Cross of 'Con~ ~ e., UI:P e Cr~~s rom \ or f t~ e 'tioned the Royifl Arch Chapter and slantine. He served as the Grand i Rove~e6nd 0 /~e, t:ne~l1 er 0. Ie Durand Coml11andelY No 21 K T Commander Knights Templar of Mi-' oya r t er 0. fconanth' ann d wbas a.'...,..:' h' fi J t' J 7 past mas er 0. receiv1l1g 11Is order of the temple m c 19an rom une, or.ew urg 0 une, L d # 161 D d. December He has served his 1986, and had been elected to the 0 ge,uran, commandery as Its.'. emlllent com- G ran d \. me m. th e G ran. d C omma. n -. Mr. McDonald.. owned _ and. operman d er "',our t' Imes, an d dery '. of Knights Templar. of Michi- ated d the h State h FafIl1 Agency h' Dur He had received the de-gan at the state conclave in Battle an, were e ~a.s t ~ locaagcnt. th.\ f Rid Creek in June for 26 years, retlting grees 111 e COllnCI 0 oya an Survivors include his wife, Dor- Select Masters. othy; three sons, John (Jack) McDo. nald of East Lansing, WiIliam)( 123

125 124 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Jessie C. McCollum 'John (Don) R. McCollum Age 85, of Vernon, died Saturday : morning, Aug. 6, 1994, at The Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Age 69, of Vernon died Sunday, Services for Mr. McCollum will Oct. 30, 1994, at ~he Memorial )t&e, held Tuesday at 10"a.m. at St., Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mary's Catholic Ch'urch, Durand, Mr. McCollum was retired from with the Rev. Fr. Joseph Aubin offi- General Motors, Fishcr 1 Plant in ciating. Burial will be in Greenwood' Flint. Cemetery, Vernon. Services will be held Wednesday Visitation will be Sunday and 1 p.m.. at the Nelson-House Funeral Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Homes, Durand. The Rev. Robert H. Love Funeral Home, Bancroft. The Koch will officiate with burial in family will be present at that time. A H iilerest Memorial Gardens, rosary will be prayed Monday at 7 Owosso. The fa111ily will meet p.m. at the funeral home. friends at the funeral home today 7 Mr. McCollum was born in Ver- to 9 p.m, and Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. non on Oct. 13, 1908, the son of and 7 to 9 p.m. Clarence and Stella (Wines) Mr. McCollum was bornin Mio,. McCollum. Mich. on July 4, 1925, the son of He resided all of his life in Clarence and Stella (Wines) McCol-,. Vernon.. lum. He' graduated from Vernon Vera M. MacG~iUivray On June 29, 1935, he and Jose- High School in 1943, and had re- Age 93, of OwossD,died this phine S. Root were married in sided most of his life in Vernon, morning, Thursday, Qct..' 20, 1994, at Durand. On Sept. 25, 1948, he and Edward D. Sparrow, Hospital, Mr. McCollum was a member of Mildred Weichner Were married in Lansing. the Knights of Columbus (Fourth- Durand. ' Mrs. MacGillivray was a Degree) councils in both Owosso Mr. McCollum was a 'member of homemaker. and Durand. He was also a member the Dura\1d FirstCongregation~1 Services will be held at Jennings- of St. Mary's Catholic Church,. Church. Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on where he served for many years as: Sllrvivors incluoe: his wife, Saturday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. Mr: '1111 usher.. Mildred; a son, Donald, and Carol Marion Eilis willofficiallte with bur- A bridge builder for the Grand McCollum of Durand;. a daughter, ial in Oakwood Cemqtery,' Muir, Trunk and Ann Arbor railroads, Mr. Sue Ariss of Corunna; a grandson, Mich. Visitation will be. Friday from McCollum also worked as a mill- Mathew Ariss; two sisters; Celia 7 to 9 p.m.. wright for Buick Motor Division, Schrott of Mio, Maxine Holecek of MrsJ"MacGillivray \\(as born in from where he retired in West Branch; five brothers, Charles Brantford, Ontario, Clmada, the He is survived by: His wife; one of Mio, Cass of Owosso, Jariles of daughter.of John and Ell,~.n J. Ander- daughter, Joan and her husband Ray- Lady Lake, Fla., Marshall of son. She graduated frorn Brantford mond of Owosso; one ~on, Clifford Owosso,' Kenneth of Mio, High School and had fle:sided most (Linda) McCollum of Vernon; eight. Mr. McCollum was predeceased of her life inshiawassf~(~ County. g ran d chi I dr en; n i neg rea t -I by his daughter, Lynn and a brother, On July 15, 194 I', she ;and Shirley grandchildren; six brothers, Charles' Clifford. ' D. MacGillivray were :married in. and Clarence of Mio, Cass and Mar-. Memorials are suggested to the Napoleon, Ohio. shall of Owosso; John of Vernon2 D.V.A. or Durand First Congrega- She was a Iifetiine mellllber of the and James of Lady Lake, Fla.; and tional Churc.h. Order of Eastern Stars, Durand. two sisters, Celia Schrott of Mio, Survivors.include: two. daughters, and Maxine Holecek of West Mrs. William (EUen) Annibal of Branch. Owosso. and Margaret.Ann Gooding JameS A. Marien Age 73, of Byron died Wednesday, June 1, 1994, at his residence. of Spring Lake, Mich.; st,epdaughter, John J. McKinney Services will be Saturday.,..Jtme 4, Sally Berryman of Clearwater, Fla; 11 a.m. at the Streeter Funcral Home, ten grandchildren; 17. great- The McKinney' fa~ily. has re- Byron. The Re, v. Robcrt Schoenhals grandchildren; several 11 ieces and ceived word that John J. McKi.nney ~~_. will officiate with burial in Evergreen nephews. of Berthould, Colo.,. passed away,1 Cemetery, Grand Blanc, Friends,may Mrs. MacGillivray was prede- Dec, 30, 1993, and,is interred at: cail at the funeral home today 6 to 9 ceased by her husband, Shirley in Flint Memorial Park, Mt Morris, i. ii':. p.m. and Friday 2 to 5 p.m. and 6 to and one brother. Mr. McKinney wa~ "ol'pin Lans":, Memorials may be mad~do Make- ing, July 14, 1920, thesoa. of Clif': p.m. Memorials are suggested to Hos- A-Wish foundation. ' ford and Lois (Eldridge) McKinne.y. pice of Shiawassee or First United Funeral arrangem ents by He lived in Flint artd Traverse City :Methodist Church of Bvron. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, before moving to Colorado:. Owosso. He served in the Army Air Force during World War II" Survivors include: an au;tlt; Waneta Kirby of Owosso and lev- i era! cousins.

126 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Claudine J.McKarnen Elmer L. McKarnen Age 85, of Owosso, died Sunday Age 83, of Owosso, died Friday afternoon, May 8, 1994, at the Me- morning, May 27, 1994, at The Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. morial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. McKarnen was.a homemaker The funeral for Mr. McKarnen and had worked at Redmond's for will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at ten years. Jennings-Lyons Chapel with Pastor Services will be held at Jennings- Brian Sheen officiating. Burial will Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on. be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Wednesday, May 11 at 1,1 a.m. Pas- Visitation will be held Tuesday tor Brian Sheen will officiate with from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.! burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gar- Mr. McKarnen was born in Sagi 'dens, Owosso. Visitation wi1l be to- naw May 28, 1910, the son of Wi! day from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday Ham and Lulu (Allen) McKarnen. ' I[ from 2 to 4 p.m: and? to 9 p.m. He was a lifelong Owosso area Mrs. McKarnen was born in resident. Northville, Mich. on Oct. 27, 1908, On Sept. 27, 1940, he and Clauthe daughter of Harry and Mae Ja- diifie. J. Jacobs were married in St. I cobs. She resided most of her life in Chal les. She died May 8, Shiawassee County. A spray painter at Midland-Ross On Sept. 27, 1940, she and Elmer (Midland Brake), Mr. McKarnen L.McKarnen were married in st. was a U.S. Army veteran who Charles.. served in World War n. I Survivors include: her husband, Survivors include: His sister, Mrs. Lyle McAvoy [Elmer; sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Betty) Martin of California; Age 70, of 6800 N. State Rd., Richard E..'(Betty) Martin of Cali- nephew, Robert (Marilyn) Lang Jr., Owosso, passed away Sunday, June!fornia; co~sins, Mr. and.mrs. Sum-, of California; nicce, Rose McKarnen 12, 1994, at his residence. ner (Bonme) Gow of Brighton, Mr. of Owosso; great nieces, Mrs. Paul In addition to owning and opera 1-!an~ Mrs. Bill (Irene) Hankinson of (Marie) Plulik and family of Owosso ing the family farm, he worked alibnghton; nephews, Mr. and Mrs. and Sharon Harris and family of Chesaning Sales, Universal Electric [Robert Lang Jr. of California, Mr. i Owosso. and then retired from Midland-Ross. and Mrs. Mike Kelly bf St. Louis" Hc was predeceased by his wife, Services will be held at st. Paul, Mich.,., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly of pare i1 t s, two sis ( e r san d fi ve Catholic Church, Owosso, Wednes- :Trufant, Mich.; nieces, Rose McKar-' brothers. day, at 10:30 a.m. Fr. David Fisher 'nen of Owosso, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Memorial contributions are sugwill officiate with burial in West i (Marie) Plulik of Owosso, Sharon gested to the donor's choice. Haven Cemetery. Visitation will be iharms of Owosso; several cousins;, l. at Nelson-House Funeral Homes, I great-nieces and great~nephews; lots I Owosso today 7 to 9 p.m. and Tues-I of friends.. ',' day 9 a.m. at 9 p.m. with the family! Mrs. McKarnen was predeceased Ruth G. McAndrew present 2 to 4 p.m, and 7 to 9 p.m.. by her parents and a brother, Ber Age 75, of 203 W. Main>St., A rosary will be prayed Tuesday at nard Jaco~s. Georgetown, Mass., died Thurs~ay, 7 p.m. at the chapel. Memorials are suggested to the April 14, 1994, at the Hale Hospital, Mr. McAvoy was born in New family. Haven Township, Nov. 24, 1923, the f~neral arrangements by SOil of John and Catherine (Welsh). Jennmgs-Lyons Funeral Chapel, McAvoy. He resided all of his life Owosso. in Ncw Haven Township. He and I Helen Gustafson were married in Owosso, Jan. 30, Lawrence "Red" McCarthy Mr. McAvoy was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church. He was also a Age 73, of Houlton, Maine died member of the Michigan Farm Bu- Sunday, Dec. 18, 1994, 6:30 p.m. reau, Michigan Townships Associa- Mr. McCarthy had been employed lion, U.A.W. Local 836. He is a past at Midwest Abrasive, Woodards and member of the N.F.O. He has been Vitrified Tile.. the New Haven Towrlship treasure Services will be held at the Dunn for the past to years. Funeral Home, Houlton, Maine. Survivol's include: his wife, He- Survivors include.: Jack' and lcn;a daughter, Mrs. Alicia (Jim). Sandra (McCiuthy) Watkins, :Alan Kirkey of' Okemos; four sons, Brian and Martha McCarthy and several of Owosso, Dennis of Haslett, Mark grandchildren... (Michelle) of Dundee, and Kevin (Donna) of Owosso; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Allha McAvoy of New Haven Township; many nieces and nephews. Georgetown.. She was bom in Lynn, Mass., Aug. 17, 1918, the daughter of Carl W. and Gertrude (Calef) Sess,ler. She gradtmted ffdm Lynn ClaSSical High School and was a member of the St. Mary's Church in Georgetown. She was also the chairperson for the. March of Dimes, Merrimack Valley and was an active volunteer for the. Heart Fund and Cancer Society. Survivors include: her husband, William F. McAndrew of Georgetown; three sons, William J. McAndrew of Owosso,Robert McAndrew cif Kingspot't, Tenn., and Richard D. McAndrew of Salel11, N.H.; a daughter, Patricia A. Thrasher of Anderson S.C.; a brother, Carl W... Sessler Jr. (;f Somersworth, N.H.; a. He was predeceased by four' sister, Do~othyCooper of Hamilton, brothers, Allen, John, Jali1es, and Mass; tel1grandchildrcn; three ~reat J;luberL! grandchildren; also several llleces Memorials are suggested to St. and nephews.' Paul Catholic Church or the charity of choice. 125

127 126 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Velma H. McCoy Age 75, of W. Bennington Rd., Norman Loren McLaren Owosso, died Thursday, Nov. 10, 1994, at the Ovid Convalescent Age 80, of 725 Fairlane Dr., Lake Manor. City, Mich. died Tuesday, January Mrs. McCoy was a homemaker. 11, 1994, at,munson Medical Cen- Services will be held at Nelson- ter, Traverse City. House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Mr. McLaren was a truck driver Chapel, Perry on Saturday, Nov. 12 for John Post Gravel. at 1\ a.m. The Rev. Randy McCall Services will be held at Nelsonand The Rev. David Weitz will offi-, House Funeral Homes, Durand on ciate. Burial will be in Hillcrest Saturday, Jan. 15 at 1 p.m. Pastor Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Visita- Myra Spafks will officiate with burtion will be today. from 9 a.l11. to 9 ' ial in Greenwood Cemetery-Vernon. p.m. with the family present from 2 Visitation will be at the funeral to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. home, with the family present to Mrs. McCoy was born in Shafts- receive friends, this evening from 7 burg on Aug. \5, 1919, the, daughter; to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 4 of Albert M. and Helen' Viola i p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. (Scott) Hilliker. She attended Shafts- Charles "Chuck" Mr. McLaren was born in Fairburg schools. dale, N.D. on May 8, 1913, the son On Dec. 23, 1939, she and Wit- McCulloch of Robert and Tena (Svalde) McLaliam Henry McCoy were married in Age 73, of Owosso, beloved hus- reno He resided most of his life in Durand. He predeceased her on Oct. i band and best friend of his wife Durand and Swartz Creek areas. to, 'Beverly, passed away Saturda; On May 7, 1937, he and Cathryn She,:;as affiliated with the Na-' evening, April 16, 1994, in, St. Bentley were married in Flint, Mich. zarene Chur~h an~ was a member of' Louis, Mo. ~e and his wife, Beverly Mr. McLaren was a member of the Blu~ Water <?hurch of the Na- I were returmng from their winter ' ~nights. of Pythias, Osnabrock zarene tn St. Clatr. 'home in Art'zona when h dd I Chapter tn North Dakota. S. urvlvors mc 'I u d e: one b rot h er, passed away in,e St L. su en y. s urvtvors mc. 'I u d e: his ' Wife,. Ca- L,oren Hilliker of Laingsburg; many I Mr. McCulloch ~or~:~<;for Arthur : thryn; seven c.hildren, Mrs. Robert meces and nephews. Ward Hardware store for 18 ears (Norma) Cantrell of Bremerton, Mrs. McCoy was predeceased by after which he purchased the Ystor~ I Wash., Donald Lee McLaren of In- 'her husband;,three brot,hers, Lloyd I an~ owned it for five years. He,terior, S.D., Mrs. Gary (Cathryn) M., Edward S. and Lawrence A., retired in 1986 as the 0 Stilson of Swartz Creek, Shirley H'll'k. M I ' wosso L d f D d I I er; one SIster, [s. rene: Public Schools custodial supervisor. un y 0 uran, Robert (Carol) Shauver.. Services will be held at Jennings- 'McLaren of Bancroft, Earl McLaren Memonals may be made to the Lyons Funeral Chapel 0! of Morrice, Master Sgt. Wayne N az~rene Ch urc h an d lor. ' H osptce. ' 'Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., Burial' wosso, will M c L aren f 0 Anchorage, Ala., 13 be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens g ran d chi I d r en, 7 g rea t - Owosso. Visitation will be at th~ grandchildren; one brother, David EvahL. McCullough chapel today 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 Leland Mclaren of Ontario, Canada; Age 93, of Durand, passed away p.m. and Tuesday, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 three sisters, Emma Doyle of Pay SUnday, May 8, 1994, at Durand to 9 p.m. nesville, Minn., Lauretta Watt of Convalescent Center. Mr. McCulloch was born in Buf- Milton, N.D., Ida Dobmeier of Park Miss McCullough had been' an falo, N.Y., Nov. 8, 1920, the son of River, N.D. executive secretary, retiring in Harold "Mack" and Helen (Bartell) Mr. McLaren was predeceased by There will be no visitation or' McCulloch. He graduated from Cor'- one great-grandson, one sister and, service~ unna High School and attended the,three brothers. Miss McCullough was born in University' of Michigan. He resided' Memorials may be made to the Durand, Oct. 20, 1900, the daughter most of his life in the Conmna and fan?ily. of. William and Edith (Whelan) O.wosso areas. He and Beverly J. McCullough. SI1110nS were married in Owosso SU,rvivors include: a brother, Gor- Jan. 20, ' don McCullo~lgh of Durand; 'a sister,, Mr. McCulloch was a member of Edith Keyes of.durand; and a ne- ;the Owosso Rock & Gem Club and phew, Janles Keyes of Durand. secretary of COlUnna Alumni Asso- Memorials may. be made to the,ciation for many years. He was an Durand-VernotiArea Ambulance 'or avid fisherman and hobbyist. Also, the Durand Convalescent Center. he was a 12 gallon blood donor to Arrangements by Love Funeral the Red Cross. Home, Bancroft. Mr. McCulloch served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Survivors include: his wife, Be~ verly; two daughters, Mrs. James (Marcia) Freeman of Owosso and Mrs. Edward (Kyle) Eldred of Owosso; tbur granddaughters, Jen-, nifer and Kaitlyn Freeman, Amy and Krista Eldred; a brother,' Frank (Leona) McCulloch of Imlay City; ',several nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents, stepmother, Nettie McCulloch, and two nephews. Memorials may be made to the donor's choice.

128 Romilda McNees Age 68, of Owosso, passed away Saturday evening, March 5, 1994, at Memorial HealthcareCenter, Owosso. ' Mrs. McNees was retired from the lc. Penney Co., Owosso,after 10 years of service. Previously, she had clerked at several general stores. Services will be held at the Owosso Church of Christ, Wednesday, March 9, 1994, at 1 p.m. Ministers will be Hiram Gates and John Scott. There will be no visitation at ' the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. The family invites friends to their home. Mrs. McNees was born in Cincinnati,,Ohio, Nov. 2, 1925, the daughter of William H. and Trecie (Howard) Arthur. She had been an Owosso resident for the past 20 years, moving from Kentucky. She and Andy W. McNees were married in Dayton, Ky., Aug. 17, She was a member of the Owosso Church of Christ serving as church pianist. She was involved with many of the church organizations, especially Daily Vacation Bible School. She loved taking care of her grandchildren and meeting people. Survivors include: her husband, Andy; a son, Robert W. (Cindy) McNees, of Corunna; three daughters, Mrs. Robin (Ronetra) Hosler of Lennon, Lynnette McNees of Louis~ ville, Ky., and Mrs. Gregg (Lalita) Vogi of Henderson; six grandchil,dren, Lisa and Erica McNees, Jeremiah, Andrea and Jordan Hosler, and A. 1. McNees; a sister, Mary Kaiser of Crestwood, Ky; several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by a brother. Memorials may be made to the Great Lakes Christian College; 6211 W. Willow Hwy., Lansing, MI 'Robert J. McCreadie Age 63, formerly of Owosso died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 1994 at East Lansing Health Center. '" Mr. McCreadie was a,bus driv~r until his retirement in A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 22 in'ross, Ohio.Arrangements by Young Funeral Home. OWosso Argus-press 1994 SandraM. Mead Age 52, of 9861 W; Krouse Rd., Ovid died Sunday, Jan. 23, 1994, at,her residence. Mrs. Mead was a homemaker. Services will be held at Hougton Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid, on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. The Rev. Phil Beavers will officiate, with burial in Maple Grove Cemet, ery. Visitation will be t~day from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday from 2 to 4 i p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Mrs. Mead was born in Owosso on Feb. 12, 1941, the daughter of 'Ronald and Mildred (Hettinger) 'Jorae. She graduated from Ovid High School in She lived most of her life in Ovid. On May 21,1966, she and James Mead were married in Elsie. Survivors include: her husband, Margaret A. Mehrens Jim;, one son,chad Mead of Ovid; Age 87, of Owosso, passed away', one daughter, Rhonda Mead 'of Vir Thursday, March 3 t, 1994, at Dur- ginia; mother, Mrs. Mildred Jorae of. and Convalescent Cen~cr. ; Qvid; one brother, Dale (Mary) Mrs. Mehrens was a homemaker. Jorae of st. Johns; three sisters, Mrs. Services will be held at Jennings- Mary Lou (Leo) Cox of' Ovid,Mar Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Sa- garet (Vaughn) Hawley of Owosso, turday, April 2, 1994, at 2 p.m. Mr. Vicky (Ken) Doten of Ovid; sister Marion Ellis will officiate. Burial in-law, Barbara Jorae of Florida. will be in Oak Hill Cemetery" Mrs. Mead was preceded in death Owosso., Visitation will be today~ by her father, brother, Keith, and from 6 to 8 p.m. at the chapel. sister, Marjorie Ann Jorae. Mrs. Mehrens was bom in Mon- Memorials may be made to Shia-: tague, Oct. 28, 1906, the daughter of wassee Home Health. John and' Minnie (Himburg) Scheib :ncr. She had resided in the Owosso Theresa Miller :area. I (Magyar) Survivors include: two sons, Max i,ihorton of Maryland and Duane Hor~ :ton of Clio; three daughters, Dor- Age 99, formerly of Saginaw,,othy Helms of Owosso, Lellevene passed away Saturday, Ap~il 30, 1"Luke of Coopersville, and LeWanna 1994, ilt Chesaning Nursing Care Center. Sherwood of Maryland; a stepson, A memorial service will take place Thomas Mehrens of California; 29 i Thursday, May 5, 7 p'.m. at the W. L. ;grandchildren; many great-, Case & Co. Funeral Chapel, 4480 grandchildren; two half sisters; and M k' Rd S' Th Rev Fr!three half brothers.. ac ma,:" :' agm?w. e... I Dale Orhk WIll officiate. The family Sh e was pre d ecease d b y t wo sons'. ". ' '\ d' fi 6 ' WIll receive fnends T nlrs ay rom :an d h lis b an d s, D ewey H as k em,.. II f d Ed d M h P m. unttl tllne 0 servtee. \ i an. war e re.ns III.' Mrs. Miller was born Dec. 20, Memonals may be given to the Y l' A. C S',111 ugos avia. mencan ancer oclety. S'" urvlvors mc I u d e: a, d aug I ter Rose 1 and Sarrr Reese of Indian River; a son Donald and NormaMagyar of Oakley; 11 grandchildren, 25 greatgraridchildren, and numerous great PTcat-grandchildren. Ronald, W. McNeil Age 50, of 3404 Bath Rd., Perry died Sunday, Feb. 20, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. McNeil was a self employed carpenter., Services will be held Wednesday,,F,eb. 23, f p.m. at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. Burial will be in, Shaftsburg Cemetery. o ',J She was predeceased by two sons, John and Joseph Magyar. 127

129 128 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Birdie G. Mess~nger Lawrence I. Miller Sr. Age 68, of 321 W. Front St., Age 9:2. of 731 Starkweather Dr., Ovid, passed on to be with God on Lansing. died Saturday, Jan. 22, March 26, 1994, at Clinton Meptor , at her home. ial Hospital. Mrs. Messenger was a He was born to Frank & Flossie homemaker. (Morgan) Miller in Shiawassee Services will be held at Nelson- County on Sept. 11, House Funeral Homes, Perry on He leaves his wife Alice Harriet Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 2:30 p.m. The (Ordway) whom he married Sept. Rev. Terry Turner will officiate with 16, 1944 in Henderson, Mich. Along burial in Roselawn Cemetery. Vis- with his wife he will be greatly itation will be at the funeral home missed by his children, grandchiltoday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and' dren and great-grandchildren. Tuesday from 9 a.m. until time of: They are: daughter Joy (Bill) funeral. There will be a special East~ Wreggelsworth of Elsie; sons, Laem Star Memorial service this even- '" wrence Jr. and Linda, Kenneth and ing at 7 p.m... Shiann, of Ovid, James and Linda of Mrs. Messenger was born in St. Johns, Ronald and Virginia of Shaftsburg>on Marcp 28, 1901, the i California, Dale and Deborah of st. daughter,of Roy and Lena Van- I Johns; son-in-law Don Wadley of sickle. She attended Perry High i Coldwater. School and resided there most of her 1 His daughter Jean Wadley prelife. Richard "Rich" ceded in death, as did his parents On Feb. 1, 1918, she and Andrew JL. Mila.no and brothers Fredrick and Cameron. W. Messenger were married in. Larry has 20 grandchildren, Terri, P~l"11':.SheWa~affiliated with the Age 63, of Fenton, Mich. died Sonja, Shawn, Laura, Rhonda, An- Bavttistehun:h and the Durand! Saturday, Oct. 29, '1994, at Hurley gie, Tammy, Dana, Corinna, Lind-.g(;~apter.()fEastemStar, :.Medical ~enter, Flint. sey, Michele, Chris, Mike, Nick, Ke ~~i;yars include: two,sons,' Mr. Milano was a home and small. vin, Ed, Brian; Tony, Kyle, Ryan, HQ:Ward\1t, af. C~inLaKe Dr./ An- business builder all his life. J 0 s h, and D a v id ; L 3 g rea t d,4(}4tftetin~)'qo;.a~sing; one Services will 'be held Wedne~day, grandchildren; step-mother-in-law, d.... ;13etty,R: Hoffml:luo(Tam- Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. at the, Jennlngs- Florence Ordway; sister and brother Rae,' l~{l~ 'gnindeh,ildren; 26 Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. The in law, Willial:n and Hazel Ordway greaf...ir~rld~hil~ren~:;.v.. Re~. ~~li'k N;liller will offic~ate with and George and Bonnie Ordway, of. Mrs;':;Messenger'\Yas'pre9~ceasedburtal. III H,llcrest' Memortal Gar- North Carolina, Bessie and Don by herhusbati.~,parellts~nd one dens, Owosso; Friends may call at Crowell of New York, Bob and grandchild?..~. '. {the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Janet Ordway of Ithaca, June Miller Memorialsmaybema'(Je.t<> the Tuesday 2 to 4 p:m. and 7 to,9 p.m. of Owosso, and Evelyn Miller of Maso.nic Home.in :Alma.', Mr. Milimo was bom in.chesan- Corunna. ~~--'-' ~.',. ing Township, Saginaw Co.unty on Larry was a longtime mechanic Cynthia A. Morse Aug. 15, 19'31, the son of MackD. and famler. Age 49, of Byron died Wednes- and Irene A. (Wierman) Milano.. He He volunteered for Ovid Area day, March 30, 1994, at Hurley served in the,u.s. Artny Co.rps of AmbulanceService and Community Medical Center, Flint. Engineers during the Korean wh. Radio. Watch o.f Shiawassee County. Services were held today at I On Nov. 5, 1960, he and Reb~cca He was a member of the Michigan p.m. at ttresharp Funeral HO~l1e in A. Snell were. married in St. Polka Association. Linden. The Rev. Carter Garrlgues- Charles., Larry was a veteran of the U.S. Co.rtelyou officiated with burial in Mr. Milano had resided in the Marines during World War II. Argentine Cemetery. Fenton area since 1963,. moving Memorials may be made to the Mrs. Morse was born in Detroit there from the d,wosso and St. Char- Ovid Area Ambulance Service. and had lived in the Gaines and les areas.,, 'Funeral services will be held Byron area most of her life. ; He received his masters degree in Tuesday, March 29, 1994, at 1 p.m. On Nov. 17, 1962, she and Rus from Michigan State fro.m Houghton Chapel-Osgood selt Morse were married in Gaines. University,,Funeral Homes. Mrs. Morse was a member of the Survivors include: his wife, Re- Rev. Jeff Gunderman will offici- Argentine United Methodist Church,becca "Beckie"; two SOlIS, Robert ate and burial will be at Maple and a volunteer for the Kidney:(Joy) Milano. of Belding, Russell Grove Cemetery, Ovid. '. Foundation.,(Cathy) Milano of Midland; '. one The family will receive friends to- Survivo.rs include: her husband, :daughter, Rochelle and her' fiance Russell; four children, Christopher, (Troy Lane, both of Marquette; one Russell Jr., Lee, all of Byron and grandson, Robert, Milano III of Amy and David Thornton of Flint; Belding; three brothers,,donald (Retwo grandchildren, Melanie andgina) Milano of Sf. Clair Shores, Marcus; mother, Shannon Chrisjohn;,Gerald (Lauta) Milano of Spring day from noon-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. and Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mr. Milano. was predeceased by three brothers, Allen Chrisjohn, Ro- Lake, Duane. (Pat) Milano of Island his parents.. land Chrisjohn and Gordon Chris- bf Gl1liI1l;<.,on.e sister, Mrs. Bill! Memorials may be made to the john, au of Canada; one sister, panet)lhlei'of Caro; several nieces! American Diabetes Association. Shannon Zehr of Illinois. and nephews.

130 129 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Ruth E. Miller. Age 87, of First St, Perry died Monday, March 14, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center Owosso. ' Mrs. Miller was a homemaker and volunteer at Hart Pines. Services will be held at Nelson House" Funeral Homes, LaRowe, Chapel, Perry on Thursday, March' 17 at 2 p.m. The Rev. George Harris will officiate with burial in Rose- I lawn Cemetery. Visitation will be a( the funeral home today from 2 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Thursday until time of funeral. The family will be present' from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p,m., both days.. Mrs. Miller was born in Freeport, Ill. on June 11, 1906, the daughter Rev., Ray. Miller of Roy and Mary (Ward) Richard. Age 72,. who was the Churc\l ofi She attended Perry Schools and re Christ minister of the Two Mile sided most of her life in the Fowler Church, Muse; Oklahoma and, for- ville and Perry area. ', mer minister of' the Henderson.. On Oct. 10, 1925, she and Roy C. Church of Ch~ist, died Saturday, MIller were married in Perry. She Sept. 10, 1994, followingcomplica- was, affiliated with the Nazarene Honsof heart' surgery, Church. Ray was a World War n veteran, Mrs. Miller loved to buggy ride born in Shepardsville, raised iti Elsie with family members.. and graduated frolli the Great Lakes S?rvivors include: one daughter, Bible College in Lansing. Upon gra- Luclllc (John) Jansen of Morrice; duation, he and his Wife founded the three grandchildren, Bill (Joyce) Northwood Christian Home, a home Jans~n, Luann' (Tom).. Shepler and for. children, on their farm near,mananne (Steve) Hosimer; three Kalkaska, Mich.' great-grandchildren; two brothers, He is survived by his wife, Mary Don (Ethel) Richard and Ed (Mary) (Wadsworth) Miller; sons, Dennis Heck; four sisters,. Mary Hegler, and Jeff; four grandchildren, Kathy, Beatrice (Don) Isbell, Frances (Da Kindt'a, Beau and Jill; two great-, vid) Gantz and Helen Heck numergrandchildren~ Nicholas and ous nieces and nephews. ' Bradley... ' i Mrs. Miller was predeceased by Mr. Miller was prec~ded tn death '. her husband, parents and three by a daughter, Kathy and ' a grand-: brothers: twin brothers, Bill and son, Jason.,, Hubert Richard and Russel Heck ServiceswiIl be Friday, Sept. 16 one sister, Edna Blair. ' at 11 a.pl. at tile Duplain Church of' Memorials may be made to the Christ with burial at Maple Grove Hart Pines. Cemetery. Pastor Phil Beavers and. Pastor Mike Steere will officiate. The family will recelye friends this evening from 6to 9,p.lli. and Thursday. from 2 to 4 p.m. am 6 to 9' p.m. at the, Houghton ~hapel of the Osgood Funeral Horiles, Ov~d. Ryan Craig McClelland Age 14, of Lennon and Flint, died Nov. 27 in Bay County as the result of an accident. Funeral services were held at Westwood Church of God. Arrangements were made by Sharp Funeral Homes, Flint area Chapel. Interment at Allis Cemetery, Onaway. Craig Roger McClelland. Age 35, of Lennon and FlInt, died Nov. 27 in Bay County as the " result of an accident., Funeral services were held at Westwood Church of God. I Arrangements were m.ade by I Sharp Funeral Homes, Flint area: Chapel. Interment at Allis Cemetery, Ona..yay. Margaret P. Miller. Age 89, of Owosso, died Wednes~ da~ morning, May 1l,1994, at,the Shlawassee County Medical Care Facility, Corunna. Mrs: Miller, was a homemaker. Services will be held at Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Saturday, May 14 at :~ p.m. The Rev. Earl Skinner will officiate with ~uriai!n Oak Hill Cemetery. Visita:-. hon wi.li be. today from 7. to 9 p.m.! a~dfnday ~rom 9 'a.m. to 9 p.m.. wtththe family present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. Mrs. Miller was born in Chicago Ill. on March 6, 1965, ~he. daughte; of John and ~ary. (Morarcik) Zachar. She had ltved m Owosso since early childhood. On Jan. 22, 1927, she and Paul William Miller Were married in Owosso.. Survivor!).in~lude: two daughters, Dorothy l'htlhps of Owosso and Sa.ndra Conder of Owosso; two SO?S, Robert V(. Miller of Wayne, M!ch. and.rlchard E. (Donna) MI."~r of FrUItport, Mich.; 22 grandchtldren; 33 great-grandchildren' thre~. sisters, Mrs. Orie (Elizabeth) Teshk of OWOSSQ, Mary Dvorak of Owosso and Pauline Dwyer of Owosso; one brother, Joe (Agnes) Zachar of Owosso; several nieces and nephews.,.. : Mrs. Miller was predeceased by. her husband, Paul; daughter, Donna; two son~-in-law, Walter Phillips and Edward Phillips; one granddaughter, Mary Conder; one great~gran'dson Tyler Conder; six brothers and on~ sister. I Memorials may be made to the Oxygen\ fund, 1 East, Shiawassee County Medical Care Facility, Corunna~.. Fune~al, ~rrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, OwossQ..,

131 130 Jennifer' Anne Morgan Owosso Argus-press 1994 Fritz Gerald Moorhead Edith May Motz Age 23, of Deerfield Plantation, Age 67, of Owosso diedwednesdied Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1994, in Age.77, of Saginaw, formerly of day morning, Sept. 7, 1994, in Alle- Florence S.c.. I Owosso, diee\, Friday, March 25, gan. Care Center, Allegan. Miss Morgan was a 1989 graduate 1994, in Grand Rapids. Mrs. Motz retired in 1993 from of Socastee High School and was a The funeral mass for Mr. Moor- they.w.c.a. Day Care Center after senior at Francis Marion University' head will be celebrated Tuesday at' 20 years of service. She also worked in Florence, where she was president 10 a.m. at St. Paul Catholic Church at Redmond's and Universal of the American Marketing Club. wfth the Rev.Fr. Robert D. Kolenski Electric. She was fonner sales manager at officiating. Burialwill be ij;l St.. Services will be held Saturday, Wild Water and Wheels in Surfsidc Mary's Cemetery, Hetplock. Sept. 10, 4 p.m. at the Jennings- Beach and was a member of SI. The body will rest at Nelson- Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Pas- Michaels Catholk Church. House Funeral Hon1{J:s - Owosso. tor.lewis O'Vell will officiate with Miss Morgan was born in Ripley, Visitation will be today. and Monday burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gar Tenn., Scpt. I, 1971, the daughter 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., with the family pre- dens, Owosso. Friends may call at of James Ray and Catherine Anne sent 1-4 and 6-8 p.m. each day. the funeral chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. (Bulger) Morgatl. A scripture service will. be heid and Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 A runeral n"l~s will be held at St. Monday at 7 p.m. p.m. Michaels Catholic Church, Gardcn Mr. Moorhead, a World War II Mrs. Motz was born in Caledonia City Beach, S.C. Monday at 10 a.l11. veteran, was born in Owosso Feb. 8, Township, Mich. on April 24, 1927, A private burial will be held later in 1917, the son of Fred and Bertha the daughter of Arthur and Martha lii1lcrest Cemetery, Conway. S.C. (Luft) Moorhead. (Totems) Adams. The family.will be receiving friends He was a 1936 graduate of She attended the Six Mile Creek at the Goldfinch funeral I-{ome, Owosso High School.. School and was a life long resident Beach Chapel, Murrells Inlet, S.c. On Nov. 20, 1941, he and Peggy of this area. Survivors include: her parents of Fuller were l}laltied in Hemlock.._ On Oct. 5, 1946, she and James Myrtle Beach; a sister, Lisa Boldt of Mr. Moothead was a member of Motz' were married in Owosso. Sault St. Marie, Mich.; two brothers, St, John Vianney in Saginaw and the Mrs. Motz received the First Per~ Thomas Morgan or Charlotte, N.C. American Legion... son Award from the YWCA as child and James Morgan of Myrtle Beach, He was a salesman and distributor care provider. She crocheted over S.c.; maternal grandmother, Mary for Coca-Cola and later for Sears in 1500 pairs of booties for the Me L. Bulge!; of Myrtle Belich; paternal both Owosso and Flint. He retired in morial Healthcare Gift Shop. Mrs. grandparents, James and Hattie Mor I Motz enjoyed sewing, crocheting gan of Owosso; maternal great- Survivors include: His wife, and music, playing the piano by ear. grandmother, Anne Kavanagh of Peggy; two daughters, Jeanne- She also won many, many blue and Dyersburg, Tenn. Harrelson Ritter of Saginaw and gold riqbohs from the county fair. Memorials may be made to the Mrs.. Judy (Mike).C~versonof Survivors include: her husband, Jennifer Annc Morgan Memorial Owosso; five sons,,wilham (CarJyn) James Motz of Owosso' a son Scholarship Fund, clo st. Michaels M~orhead of Mt. Morris, Robert i Randy Motz of Owosso; a 'daughter: Catholic-Ghureh, P.O. Box +4357, (L~nda) Moorhead of Ne:v ~al11p-. Terry Weir of Almont;.three grand Surfside Beach, SC 29587; shire, J~me.s Moorhead of Anzona,. children, Angela, Jennifer and Dou- Joe (AmelIa) Moorhead of Gr~nd. glas; a brother, Iiarold (Jeanne) MargueriteL. Blanc, and ~om Moorhead of Flmt; Adams of Owosso; sisters, Marjorie 13 grandchildren; three brothels, Fitzgerald of Owosso, Arlene Morency Max and John Moorhead, both of Schultz of Owosso, Dorothy (Wil Age 78, of Durand died Saturday, O,,:,osso, and Kenny Moorhead of limn) Cross of Owosso. Oct. 8, 1994, at the'--durand Cpnvalescent Center. Anzona.. Mrs. Motz of predeceased by her He was predeceased by two sons, parents and five brother Max Art Nirs. Morency was a homemaker Fritz Jr. and Donald. Vernon Gale and Allen: ', and worked part time at Gregorys Memorial contribl~tions a.re sug- Mem'orials are suggested to the Bakery and Art Roussin's Market in gested to the Ameflcan Diabetes; Y.W.C.A. or the American Heart Association. Durand. Association. There will be a private family service. There will be no public visitation. The Rev. Fr. Joseph Aubin will officiate with burial in st. Mary's Catholic Church and Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon.. loved to golf, fish, refinish furniture, Mrs. Morency was born ill Dur-! sew and dance. and, )Y1ich. on Nov. 2, 1915, the ~~rvivors include: her husband, daughter of Napoleon and Dora Wilham; two sons, Jack and Barbara (Herrick) Gangraw. She graduated of Durand, Jim and Diana of Flint; from Durand High School, Class of one daughter, Mrs. p,ngelo (Lynne) '1933 and had been a resident of Cortopassi of Mountain View, Ca Dura~d all her life. lif.; one sister, Irene Babbitt of Cor. On Jan , she and William unna illld two nephews. Morency were married in Durand. Mrs. Morency was predeceased Mrs. Morency was a member of the by one sister..' ~ Memorials are suggested to St. Mary's or the church of your choice...-

132 Owosso Argus-press '" Krista M. Miller Cbris R. Miller Stena B. Moore A~e 20, of Lansing died Tuesday Age 38, of Ovid passed away I Age 83, of Corunna, died Friday, eventng, Aug, 16, 1994, at the Uni- Friday, Sept.23, 1994, to go and be April 29, 1994, at the Shiawassee versity of Michigan Hospital, Aim with the Lord after.athree year fight County Medical Care Facility (Pleas- Arbor. with cancer. ant View) in Corunna. Mrs. Miller was a homemaker. Mr. Miller was. born June II,. Services for Mrs. Moore will be Services will be held at the '1956, the. son of Ronald and Mary' held Monday at 10 a.m. at Smith. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel,' (Maddem) Miller. He graduated Funeral Homes-Kribs Chapel, Cor Owosso on Saturday, Aug. 20, 11 from Ovid-Elsie.High School and unna, with the Rev. Russell Merrill un. Burial will be in Hillcrest Me- attended M.S.U. to study agriculture, officiating. Burial will be in Pine ~morial. Gardens, Owosso. Friends after which he returned to the M.iller Tree QemetelY, Corunna. may call at the funeral home Satur-' Brothers Farm., Visitation will be today from 2-9 day, Aug. 20, 10 a.m; until time of Mr. Miller attended the Grove p.m., with the family present from service. Bible Church and was a member of 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Miller was born in Pontiac' the Farm Bureau. Mrs. Moore was born in Lansing Mich. on Oct. 30, 1973, the daughte;. He married Deb,Kmger on Dec. Oct. 5, 1910, the daughter of Claude of Alan J. and Patricia M. (Foley) 1, 1990; and she survives him. "and Harriett Han ington. Skerritt. She attended schools in.. Also surviving are o;w daughter, I She rcsided most of her life in the Lansing and DeWitt and had resided Jennifer Miller of Hartland; one so'n, Corunna area. most of her life in the Lansing area. Jared Miller of Ovid; four stepchil- On Feb. 21, 1932, she and Max- On April 4, 1994, she and James dren, Heather, Heidi, Heath and well J. Moore wete married in A. Miller were married in Lansing. Hannah Rushton, all of Ovid; his Laingsburg. Mr. Moore died Dec. Survivors include: her husband,; parents, Ronald a.nd Mary Miller of 18, James A. Miller of Lansing; a i Ovid; two brothers, Douglas (Jill) Mrs. Moore was a member of St. daughter, Shawnna Marie Miller of Miller of Ti'avenie City" JOI1 Paul's Episcopal Church, O.E.S. Lansing; a son, Joshua James Miller, (Lynette) Miller of Ovid; parents-in- Abigail Chapter and the Corunna! of Lansing; a stepson, AndrewRd-.)ilw; Jenny Kruger of St. Johns and Caledonia Fire Dept. Auxiliary. binson of Durand; her parents, Alan VerI en (Becky) Kruger <;>f Lansing; She was a homemaker. and Patricia Skerritt of DeWitt many aunts, uncles, nieces and Survivors include: One daughter, father~in"law imd mother-in-law' nephews.. Maxine J. Campbell of Corunna; a Frank and Joann Sereseroz of Funeral Services will be II a.m. grandson, Dan Campbell of Cor- Owosso; sisters, Tonya and Faith. MOllclayat the Grove. Bible Church, unna; a granddaughter and her hus- Memorials are suggested to her St. Johns with burial acmapje Grove band; Lisa and L.D. Jones of Durchildre~, Celuetery. Pastors Larry Smith m1d and; a great-granddaughter, Kally Robert Prange officiating. Jones of Durand; and special friends, Elizabeth Micbalek The family will receive friends Bob and Faye Lutz of Corunna, Bestoday and Sunday' 2to 4 p.m. and 7,sieBarrie of Corunna and Mary EIto 9 p.m. at the Houghton Chapel of len Griffin of Corunna. Age 76, of Crystal, died Saturday Jan. 29, 1994, at home. ' Services will be held at Saint Bernadette of Lourdes' Catholic Church in Stanton, Wednesday, Feb.,2; 11 a.m. with Fr. George Michalek officiating. Visitation will be at Schnepp Funeral Home in Crystal' on Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A rosary service will be held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the' funeral home. ". Mrs. Michalek was born in Flint '. Feb. 28, 1917, to Steven and Ros~ I 1 (Kotai) Joo. She was a member of! Saint Bernadette of Lourdes,I Catholic Church in Stanton. Survivors include: daughter, Dor, othy and husband Harry Sayles of Crystal; son Robert and wife Sandra Mic11alek of Perry; daughter, Joanne and hu~band Robert Willard of East,Lansing, daughter Betty al)d husband Howard Livennore of Carson City; son, James and wife Laurel J;~ichale.k of St~nton, son, Jack and Wife Diana MIChalek of Sheridan' 18 gr~ndchildren; 25 great~ grandchildren; also three sisters Victoria Tahash. of Flint, Margaret Clute of Flint, and Rosalie Klien of Scottsdale, Ariz. ' the Osgood Fune.raI l-iomes, Ovid.., Mrs.. Moore was predeceased by a Meril0rials may.be made to the daughter, Phyllis, and a son-in-law, Miiler Children Educational Trust Wallace Campbell. Fund..,. ~emorial contributions are sug- I. gested to Sf. Paul's Episcopal Eleanor J. Moore Age 71, of Durand, died Friday, Dec. 30, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Moore was a homemaker. Services will be h~ld at Nelson House Funeral Homes;"Durand, Sund~y at 2 p.m. Pastor Tom Anderson WIll of~clate. Burial will be in Flint M~mon.al Park. The farriily will receive fflends today f1'oiu, t! to 4'p m and 6 to 8 p.m. at the fl1neral hoi~e: Mrs: Moore was born in Flint Jan. 20, She had:j:esided th~ past 29. years in Duran\:!, coming' from FIIl1t. She and Clytie Moore were married in Angola,:'It:id., Oct. 16, 1948'. He predeceased her in ~he was a member bf' the First Ul1Ited Methodist Church Durand Survivors include: a so~,ricll~;d and his wife Carol Moore' o(~bur~ and; two stepgrandsons, Andrew Maxson of Hancock, and Paul and ' ~hurch or the Shiawassee County Medical Care Facility. Dana Maxson of Arlington, Va.; special relative arid f1'iend Laurel 'k~ne. Schmidt and Dorothy Wheeler. '.~'Memorials are suggested to the MissioimfY Fund at the First United Methodist Church, Durand.

133 132 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Julie R. (Maudlin) Max E. Morgan Dr. Don A. Morris, Farley _ Morse > Age 72, of Ovid, di~d Wednes- 19::~sed away Saturday, April 9,. " day, Sept. 28, Age 32, elf VidalIa, Ga., passed Mr. Morgan was born in Grand Dr. Morris wasa. retired member away Thursday, Sept..15, 1994, as a 'Ledge, Mich., the so~ of Grover and of the Detroit Conference of the result of an. auto a~clden.t. Helen (Nestelski) Morgan and Bred : United Methodist Church. A memonal service will be hdd most of his life in'the Ovid area. He HI( was born on June 3, 1903, in at Love Funeral Home,Ban~ron ~on- was a graduate of Ovid High. Essex, Stoddard County, Missouri. day, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m. Bunal Will be School attended the United Church His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Witin Fremont Cemetery, Bancroft. Pas- of Ovid was ;;t' veteran of World 'liam T. and LouElla (Gates) tor Jim Nelson will officiate. The fam- War II ~nd a member' of. the Disab~ Morrice. i1y will receive friends at the funeral led American Veterans and worked He entered the Methodist ministry! home rv:tonday from 5 p.m. until tirllc as a weigher at the. Michilsan Milk in October, t 928, being received of service. Producers Association. I. into the Kentucky Conference by Mrs. Morse was born in Owosso; On Nov. 25, 1950, he 'married 'Bishop Henderson at Corbin, Ky. Dec. I, 1961, the daughter of Lyle Linda Cook and, she. survives, him. His early appointments included and Audrey (Dunc~n) M,audlin. She Also surviving are two sons, Jerry Wallaceton, Ky., and Wesley Chapel attended sch~ols 111 Conm~a and Morgan of Owosso, Glenn (Joan) in Nicholasville, Ky. In 1934, he gradua~ed' from Cor~1I1na' High Morgan of Whitehan;two daughters; served in West Chazy, N.Y. for one School She resided most of Debbie' (Toni) Cerny and Linda year. He was then transferred to the her life in the Banc~on - Corulll?a (Grant) Palen, all,of. Elsie; four Detroit Conference where he served areas. She was marned to' Darwm grandchildren, Shad Morgan, Scott in Carsonville-Applegate ~two lmorse" Cerny Cari Cerny and. Charles, years), Roseville-St. Clair Shores Survivors include: her husband, Palen.'. (two years), St: Clair Shores (seven Darwin; a daughter, Alexandra at He was predeceased by a grand- years), Sagina;\t First (eight years), home; a son, Douglas at home; her son,shawncemy. 'Boulevard Temple in Detroit (four parents, Lyle and Ruth Maudlin of Funeral services will be held 11 years), and Owosso First, where he Durand and Audrey Maudlin of Len- a.m. Saturday,.Oct. 1, 1994, at the retired in 1968 after ten years. non; a 'grandparent, Clara Duncan of United Church with burial in Fair- During much of this active, time, Bancrotl; two sisters, Jeanette and field Cemetery. The Rev. Richard and since retirement, Dr. Morris has Bert Socia of Durand and Jeannine \Ilatson will officiate. served as a trustee and officer on the and Matthew Roark or Allendale; a Melnorial contributions may be Board of Asbury Seminary in Wilstepbrother, two stepsisters, and a made' to.the memorial fundal the more, Ky. 'stepgrandmother; several liunts, un- United Church., He lost his wife, Edna Valade, des, C9uSinS, nephews and nieccs. Arrangements' 'by the Houghton after 51 years of marriage on July,In Iiell of flowers, donations may Chap'e1 of the Osgood Funeral 29, He married Arah Herren be made to the Alexandra and Dou- Homes, Ovid. ' Bingham on March 13, : glas Morse Fund.. During retirement Dr. Morris 'Ella Mae Montgomery.Mary C. Morey traveled and preached in many coun- Ag~ 83, of Carland and formerly t:ies including Africa and the. Brit- A,ge 86, of Corunna died Sunday, of Fhnt and Lansing died Wednes-. ttsh Isles. He also preached tn 28,Aprd 3, 1994, at the Shiawassee day, July 13, 1994, at the Memorials~ates,. plus. o~er 148 different Ioca- ; County Medical Care Facility, Healthcare Center Owosso hons III MIChigan.,Corunna. Services will b; held at the Smith He and Mrs. Morris spent winters Mrs. Montgomery was a Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel on Frl'- in. Florida and summers in Nicholashomemaker. d ay, July 15, I p.m. The Rev. 'VI II K ~,. y.. " Services will be held at Smith Robert Buchanan will officiate with He IS survived by his Wife; two Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor- 'bljria~ i,n Fairfield Township Cemet- sons, William of Wimberley, Texas unna on Wednesday, April 6 at 2 ery.. Foends may call at the chapel and Don Jr. of Lapeer; and three p.m. The Rev. Edward C.,today 7 to 9 p.m,granddaughters. Schweikert will officiate with burial ' Mrs. Morey wasbom in Detroit Contributions may be sent in his in.. Pine Tree Cemetery, Corunna. Mkh. pn' Aug th~ Imemory to the Jes,samine County VISitation will be today from 7 to 9 daughter of Samuel ~l1d Katherine Hospice program in Nicholasville, p.m. and Tuescl!ly-from 2 to 9 p.m. (Kieling) Frappier. Ky. Mrs. Montgomery was born in In 1937, she and Maurice Morey --'-.. Corunna on Nov. 7, 1907, the daughter of Cortez and Charlena were married in Flint. He prede ceased' her. Belle (Howe) Sanders, She attended Mrs. Morey had resided most of the Eveleth School and resided all her life in the, Flint, Lansing and her life in Corunna. Carland areas. She was a member of On Jan. 19, 1936, she and Justin the Central Methodist Church Flint. L. Montgomery were married l'n De- S" urvlvors li1chide: two,. sons troit. He died Feb. '19, Maurice S. Morey of' Pontiac', Mrs.. Montgomery was a former W d Sh '1 ' b f ayne an el a Morey of Car-.,~Ivers. M.o rey was predeceased by ~~~1 ~fu~ the Shiawassee Dog & lan~; two.grandsons,. Lee,Morey of her parents, two brothers and' one Indlanapohs, Ind., Mark and Becky sister, Survivors include: one niece M f W b Jackie Ridgway of Auburn, Mich.',. orey 0 e berville; one great- Memorials may be made t(l'the granddaughter, Jennifer Morey.,First B.. a.,.pt,ist Church, Elsie. one neph~w, Bill Crooks of Jackson.

134 ~vosso Argus-press 1994 Velva Murchison Leonie B. Nagel Age 80, passed away Saturday, Age 84, of Grand Blanc died Feb. 19, 1994, at her residence fol- Tuesday, Feb. 15, lowing a lingering illness.' Funeral Mass will be celebrated Velva Beamish was born June 5 Friday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. at the 19lJ, in Owosso. She graduated Holy Family Catho~ic Church in from Owosso High School and Grand Blanc. Fr. MIchael W. Kuworked in retail sales; She retired I char will officiate. Burial will be in several years ago from the J. C.' 1 E~e.rgr~en C~metery, Grand Blanc. Penney Co., where she had been a. VIsitation will be at Hill Funeral department manager. ; Home, Grand Blanc this evening She was a member of the Neigh- I from 6:30 to 9 p.m. and Thursday borl.y,garde~ Club of Bay City,: fr?m 1 to 9 p.m. A Parish Rosary Nahonal AfrIcan Violet Association will be prayed Thursday at 7 p.m. and the St.' Paulia Society. She wa~.' Mrs. Nagel was born in Hochst, also an accredited judge and did i Vorarlberg, Austria on Aug. 17, extensive travel~ng flower shows. to judge many Leonie married Walter Nagel in She is survived by one son Mel- Hochst, Vorarlgerg, Austria on Feb. 6, R b vin and his wife Donna of Ba; City' They came to the United States o ert "Slug" Myers two grandchildren, PamelaAn~ after their marriage. She resided in Age 63, of Owosso died'sunday, Murchison of Bay City.and Lt. Tra- Flint from 1934 to 1966 when they Nov. 13, 1994, at the Memorial cey L. Murchi.son of Oklahoma 'City, moved to Grand Blanc. Healthcare Center, Owosso, Okla.; olle sister and one brother Mrs. Nagel was a member of the Mr. Myers was a set up and relief also survive, Mrs. Geneva (Peg) Holy Family Catholic Church. man at Buick Motor Division in. Burman of Corunna and Orrin Survivors include: her son, Walter Flint from ,B.eafnish of Owosso; also several, G. and wife Jan Nagel of Owosso; Services will be held Wednesday, meces and. nephews. three grandchildren, Julia A and II a.m. at the Jennings-Lyons Fun-.Cremation has taken place. There husband Charles Alexander of Dieral Chapel, Owosso. The Rev. Will be no visitation at the funeral mondale, Walter John Nagel of,mark Miller will officiatc with bur_home. For those who so desire it is Owosso, Theodore E. Nagel of ial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, i suggested that rilenlorials be m~de to Carol Stream,' Ill.; three great Owosso. Friends may call at the the Arthritic Foundation at 1000 grandchildren, Michael John Nagel chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Tues- Professional Dr\, Flint, MI of Owosso, Courtney L. Nagel of day 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m ' Flint, Cole E. Alexander of Dimon- Mr. Mycrs was born in Benning- Arrangements by Hyatt-Ewald dale; sister, Wilma; several nieces ton Township on Aug. 30, 1931, the Funera~ Home, 700 N. Monroe St., and nephews. son of Ralph and Florence (Timm) Bay CIty. Mrs. Nagel was preceded in. death Myers. He graduated from Owosso by her husband, Walter on July 29, High School, class of Willis Jerome Myers 1987, brother, Adolph and sister, Mr. Myers had resided most of ~ge 89, of Lanana Dr., DeBaIY, Melitta. his life in the Owosso area. On July Fla. died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1994, at Memorial contributions may be 23, 1955, he and Betty L. Bandt' Central Florida Regional Hospital, ma~e to the, American Ca,IJ.cer were married in Owosso. Sanford. Society.' Mr. Myers was a member of the. Mr. Myers was a purchasing Helen -Lucille -Myers American Legion, Laingsburg, agent for Swanson Drug Co.. U.A.W. Local #599, Flint and was Mr. Myers was born in Carson an avid bowler at Capitol Lanes, City on July 24, He moved to Owosso. Florida in 1970 from Owosso. He Mr. Myers served in.the U.S. Air was a member of the Contester Force during the Korean War. Club. Survivors include: his wife, Betty' Survivors include: his wife Mary th:ee daughters, Mrs. Gerry (Sue) of over 61 years, of DeBary. ' HlttI~ of?wosso, Sandra Myers and Arrangements by Stephen R. Balsp~cJaI fnend, Dave Saunders, Mrs.dauff FunerllJ Home, Deltona, Flor MIchael (Sharyl) Chamberlin' ida, (904) grandchildren, Nick, Jason and Kris~ t~e Hittle, Jeremy Myers, Robbie, Jlln and Ashley Chamberlin; mother, William A.'Nathan Florence Myers of Owosso; one brother, Leonard (Mary Frances) ~yers of Ft. Myers, Fla.; severa! meces and nephews. Mr. Myers Was predeceased by one brother, :Qlaylord and his father Ralph.'", Age 70, of Chesaning passed away suddenly Jan. 15, 1994, in a house fire. Mr. Nathan will be cremated. Arrangements by Misiuk 'Funeral Home, Chesaning. Memorials arc suggested to' C.C. U. of Memorial Healthcare lxiiangenlentsljyjcnfiihgs_lyons Center, Owosso.. Funeral Chapel, Owosso.. Age 80, of Owosso, formerly.of Gaines, died Thursday, Jan. 13, 1994, at her residence. Services will 'be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Durand on Saturday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m. Sister Gerry Maloney, O.P. will officiate with burial in St. Joseph Cemetery, Gaines. Visitation will be at the funeral home, with the family present to receive friends,today from 2 toap.m. and 7 to 9 p~n1. Lucille--G. Mumrow Age 84, of Chesaning died Jan. 20, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. SefYices will be held at Walker Martm Funeral Home, Chesaning on Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Lewis C~mpton will officiate with burial in. WIldwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today 6 fo 9 p.m. 133

135 134 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Rodney R. Natzel Jean E., Neverman ' Age 47, of Birch Run, passed; Age 81, of Owosso died Tuesday, away Sunday, April at his Nov. 15, 1994, at her daughter's residence..,, residence in Bancroft. Mr. Natzel was a stocking clerk. Mrs. N eve r man was a Services will be held at Love homemaker. Funeral Home, Bancroft, 1;uesday Services will be held at the April 12, at 2 p.m. The Rev.Norm~Nelson-Hou.se Funeral Homes, Olson will officiate. Visitation will,lowosso on Friday, Nov. 18, at 1 be Tuesday from 11 a.m. to time of p.m. The Rev. Rick Story will offiservice. ciate with burial in Oak Hill Cemet- Mr. Natzei was born in Durand ery, Owosso. Friends may call at the July 22, 1946, the son of Charle~ funeral home tod~y 7 to 9 p.m. and and June (Chapman) Natzel. He and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the Pamela S. Mackinnon were married family being present frum 2 to 4 in Lennon, Dec. 18, p.m. a\ld 7 to 9 p.m. Survivors include: his wife; four Mrs. Nevennan was born July 3, sons, Rodney R. Natzel Jr., Michael 1913, in Owosso, the daughter of Natzel, Nicholas NatzeI, and Tony Lee and Myrtle (Preece) M.illis. Natzel, all at home; two daughters, Mr~. N.everman had resided.all Holly Wells of Genesee County and her \tfe III Owosso. She married Ethel E. Justine Natzel at home' mothers Harold Nevennan. He died in h".. Mrs. George (June) Lewis of Ban~ Survivors.include:.a daughter, (W, dtmgton) Neff croft and Theresa Natzel of Swartz Mrs. Sharon (Brent) Fruchey of Age.93', of Owosso, died' Sunday, Creek; grandmothers, Evelyn Chap- Bancroft; three granddaughters, Mrs. Sept.. 25; 1994, at Hazel I. Findlay' man of Bancroft and Florence Nat- Pam (Rick) Musson of Durand, Mrs. Nursmg' HOI:ne, SI. Johns.,zel of Swartz Creek; two brothers, Lisa (Craig) Gibbs of Perry and Sue ~rs.,neff was a pastor's wife Tom Lewis of Owosso and Randy Fruchey of Bancroft; one greath~v\11g served Wesleyan Churches Natzel of Ohio; and a sister Linda granddaughter, Morgan Gibbs; one WIth her husband in Flint, Lansing Castillion of Florida. ' sister, Mrs. Josephine Isham of a.nd ~nn Arbor.. Together they re- John Nale a Owosso. and served as assistants with t1~e. Age 8~.' tired 1\ and moved to Owosso,P Mrs. Nevennan was predeceased of Corunna, died Monday,by a. son Fred, a sister anda brother. Owosso Wesleyan Church. : m Hav:att... :. Menl0rials. are suggested to Un- Services will,be held at the ServIces Will be held at Smith!ited Trinity Fellowship. Owosso Wes!eyanChurch on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 11 a.m. The ReN. F\illeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Cor- uflna, Thursday at II a.m. Visitation' Donald Hugh Negus Sr. Lewis O'Vell will officiate with will be Wednesday 2 to 9 p.tn;~' Age 67, of Laingsburg died Satur-' burial, in Hillcrest Memorial Gar- There will be an Eagles service' day, Jan. 1, dens, Owosso.. Visitation will be at We~nesday at 7 p,m. and a Masonic., Mr. Negus worked in insurance Nelson-House Funeral Homes' service at 8 p.m. at the funeral., claims and was an art instructor at Owosso today from 7 to 9 p.m. and home. Burial will be in Pine Tree' Lansing Community CoIIege. Tuesday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. With' Cemetery, Corunna. Services will be held Wednesday; the fanllly present to receive friends 10 a.m. at the' St. Isidore Catholic from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to. 9 p.m. W'll'a-m L. Nemc'k Church, Laingsburg. Friends may call Mrs. Neff was hom in Buena.It.It.It at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes. Vista, Pa.. on June 8, 1901, the. Age 83, of Elsie died Monday, April Laingsburg.. dal~gl~ter of Charles E. and Ella.May 18; 1994, at his home. (MJI!lgan~ Whittington. She attended Fl.meral services will be Thursday, GO? s BIble Scoool in Cincinnati, April 21, 1994, I () a.m. at St, ~yril' s OhIO.... Catholic Church, Bannister. Visitation. On Sept. 23, 1921, she arid The willbetoday2t09p.m.arosarywill,~ev',lawrence R. Neff were Inar- be prayed 3:30 p.m. and a Scripture. ned 111 McKeesport, Pa. He prede" service will be at 7 p.m. today at the ceased her On Oct. 20, She chapel. Burial will be in Ford was, a member of the Owosso We-. Cemetery.. s~eyan. C~urch and was always ac- The family is being served by the bve wlthll1 her churclr. ~he was a. Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. membe.r of the Golden Agel'S and the Shl;awass~e Council on Aging.,SurvIvors mclude:, one daughter, Zorn of Maryland, Mrs. Marie Elm Mrs. Herbert (Edna Mae) Abbott of linger of Cincinmiti and Mrs. Bud Owosso;?I~e,son, The Rev; Larry (Harriette) J(ramer of Brooksville, W. (PatrICia) Neff 9f Hemando,,Fla. ' Fla.; three ~randchildrel1; seven She was predeceased by three,gr~a~-grandchtldren; one brother, brothers and three sisters. )Wllham Whit~ingtori of BUena Vista,. Memorials limy,be made to the Pa.; three sisters,' Mrs. ~argaretiwe.sl~yan Hour Intenational Ra?io. Michael Scott' Nowosatko Age 21, of Oakley died suddenly, Tuesday, April 12, 1994, as a result of an auto accident. Funeral services will take place at St. Michael's Cathoiic Church, Oakley, Friday at 11 a.m. Friends may call at Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesaning, today after 6:30 p.m.

136 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Arthal I C. Nichols Thomas J. O'Hearn Age 86, of Flint died Wednesday, Age 78, of Durand, died Friday, Oct. 26, 1994, a~ McLaren Regional May 20, 1994, at the Memorial Hospital, Flint.. Healthcare Center, Owosso..' Mr. Nichols was employed as a Mr. O'Hearn retired from Grand highway driver for Glen L. Bancroft. Trunk Western in 1978 after 32 Co., retiring in October of 1970:,years as a fireman and engineer., Services will' be held at the First.' A funeral Mass will be' celebrated Wesleyan Church, Davison at Sf. Mary's Catholic Church in Rd., Flint on Saturday" Oct. 29 at I Durand on Monday, May 23, at 11 p.m. Pastor Dale V. Freed :will offi- a.m. Rev. Fr. Joseph Aubin will officiate with burial in Evergreen ciatewith burial in St. Paul Cemet- Cemetery.. ~~~Owosso. Friends may cal.1 at the Allen- i',,:':the family will receive friends Raysin Funeral Home, 9136 Davison between 2 p.m.-4 p.m. and 7 p.m.-9 Rd., Davison, where the family will p.m. today and Sunday at Nelsotireceive visitors today I to 4 p.m. House Funeral Homes, Durand. an,d 6to 9 p.m. and then Saturday at A Rosary will.be prayed Sunday the church 11 a.m. until time of evening at 8 p.l;n. service. Mr. Thomas J. (Pat) O'Hearn was Died on Oct. 2[, 1994, at Mel1l~rial contribbtions rimy be born in St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 15, her residence in Owosso.' A loving made to thc First Wesleyan Church. 1915, the son of William and Marand caring wife and mother, JoAnn Envelopes are availilble at the' fun- garet (Woods) O'Hearn. ' lost her battle with cancer. eral home. He resided in the Durana area She leaves her. husband, Bob; 'MI'. Nichols was born in Manistee,most of his life. sons, Jeffrey and Michael Hulik; County, Mich. on June 18, 1908, the On. Oct. 14, 1939, he and Donna stepdaughters, Shara and Janelle son of Reuben and Alice, (Lowe) Clark were married in Durand. He Nelson; and a precious grandson, Nichols. _ was a member of St. Mary's Dexter; her mother,mrs. Ray (Irene He married Crystal. Reed on Feb. Catholic Church and local chairman Butcher) Hagan of Corunna;' two 4, 1933 in Wabash, Ind. of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engisisters, Shirley (Bill) Fitzgerald and Mr. Nichols was a chartcrmcm- neers Division #650 for 18 years. Marlene (Glen) Passow, both of bcr of the former' Chevrolet Ave.! Survivors include: His wife, Owosso; two brothers, James Wesleyan ~C~urch where he attended\donna, of Durand; two daughters, Butcher Jr. of Owosso and William Jor over 40 years. He 'was currently,mrs. Mike (Patricia) Coe of Flushing.(Cinde) Butcher of Corunna; many a member of the First Wesh:yan :arid Mrs. Stan (Karen) Hunt of : aunts, 'uncles, nieces, nephews, and Church. ' qwosso; one son, Timothy O'Hearn cousins. Also many friendsinclud- Mr. Nichols lived in Indiana for of Durand; 10 grandchildren and one ing Eric, Sharon, Alexis and Alexan-. eight months before moving to Mi~. great-grandson. der Marz, Mary Lou Triggs, Barb' chigan, working on a fruit faml for Mr. O'Hearn was predeceased by Snyder, and Linn Back.. four years before coming to Flint. his parents, brothers and sistl;rs. She was predeceased by her Survivors include: his wife, Crys-' Memorial contributiolls may be father, James Butcher Sr. in tal; a daughter a,nd son-in-law, made to St. Mary's Catholic Church. Those knowing -joann will re- Elaine and J!nl Liena~l of Durand; MadeUne L. Nichols member her'as quick to smile - slow two grandchildren, Tma and husto criticize, willing to pitch in and band Scott Brooks of Florida, Ri-. Age 79, of Dublin, Georgia, forwork _ unwilling to compromise, the chard Kemp of Bancroft; three', merly of Swartz Creek and ~yron, 'first to accept a challenge - the last great 7 gnlndchftdren, Kellie, Laurie '. died Saturday, July 23, 1994, III Duto give lip. Brooks and Eric Kemp;' four step-. blin, Georgia.. She was born in Owosso,.Jan. 23,. grande h i I d ren; 12 step great.-(,4''f1., graveside service will be held on 1952, to James and Irene (Hart) grandchildren; a brother, Einest Ni-;~Wei:lnesday; July 27,1994, at 11 a.111. Butcher. She attended st. Paul chols of Florida; a sister, Grace and "at the Oakwood Cemetery, Gaines Schools and in 1970, she graduated husband Clifford Moody of Mt. with the Rev. Rober,! Schoenhals from Corunna High School where Morris; two sisters-in-law, Erma Ni- officiating... she played'oasketball. chols,. Rhoda Nichols; several Memorial (ionations n~\ly be made She particularly loved riding. nieces, nephews and many friends.. to the multiple sclerosis foundation.,horses and was a 4-H member for "Mr. Nichols was predeceased by! Arrangements are being handled by eight years.' Many people met JoAlln his parents, two brothers, Archie and. the Streeter Funeral Home" Byron. at.the Pine's Country House, where Clair,!wo.sisters, Aliee and Esther she, was a~mainstay of their waitstaff.lind a grandson, John. and later was a housewife, which #Iy will' greetlhends on Saturaay allowed time for her family. from 2 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 9 A Mass of Christian Burial will a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Nelson-House be held on Monday, at 10 a.m., at Funeral Hoines, Owosso. St. Paul Catholic Church with Fr. There will be a personal service Robert D. Kolenskiarid Fr. Michael of remembrance on Sunday at 7 p;m. Kuchar officiating. Burial will fol- at the funeral home. low at St. Paul Cemetery. The fam+ Memorials are suggested to Y the JoAnn Nelson Spolisperson Sch~larship, Fund.'. William C. Nichols Age 77, of Laingsburg, died Thursday, July 7, 1994, at the Michigan Capital Medical Center in Lansing. Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Laingsburg on Monday; July II at I p.m. The Rev. D. Douglas Schneidyf will officiate with burial in Laingsburg CemetelY. The family will receive friends from noon until time of service. 135

137 136 Chris Gilbert Newman Age 31,. of 1208 Summit St., Owosso died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1994, at the Memorial' Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Newman worked at. Mitchell Corp. of Owosso in the maintenance department and. also operated Gil's Antenna Service. Services will be held at the Nelson-House. Funeral Homes Owosso on Friday at 2 p.m. Th~ Rev. David Weitz will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso: Friends may call at the funeral home today 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family receiving friends 2 to 4 p.m.; and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Newman was born in Owosso, Mich. on May 21, 1962, the son of Gilbert F. and Sally (Roberts) Newman. He attended Owosso High School and reside'd most of his life in Owosso. He was an avid hunter and fisherman having loved the outdoors. He was also active in C.R.W. with the Owosso Police Department. Survivors include: his parents, Gilbert and Sally Newman of Owosso; girlfirend, Judy Lucas and her children, Kristen, Kara and Tracie; three sisters, Mrs. Ray (Sheryl) Gregory of Corunna, Mrs. John (Annette) Cannon and Jeannine Ralston both of Owosso; one brother, Scott and wife Angie Newman of Owossp; grandmother, Helen New- Owosso Argus-press 1994 N. Newman Age 96, of Owosso died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1994, at the Durand Convalescent Center. She and her husband Bob started Bob's Tire Shop.in 'She was active in the business until she retired in the late 1960's. Services \vill be held at the First Baptist Church, Owosso on Thursday, Jan. 27, II a.m. The Rev. Earl Skinner and The Rev. Ray Strawser will officiate with burial in Ford Cemetery, Elsie. Friends may call at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso today 5 to 7 p.m. Mrs. Newman was born in Cha Mich. on Oct. 19, 1897, the of Daniel and Mary EIi (Doughty) Moore. She at- i tended Owosso schools and had re-. sided all her life in Owosso.. On Nov. 27, 1914, she and Herman "Bob" Newman were married in Mason. Mrs. Newman was. a member of the First Baptist Church,. Owosso, Abigail Chapter' 206 I O.E.S. and Zonta Club in Owosso: Survivors include: a daughter, Bernard. (Evelyn) Fero of Buda, Texas; daughter-in-law, Mrs. (Agnes) Newman of Owosso; gr"!ldsons, Patrick (Mary Jo) Few of Glen Rock, Penn., Michael B. Fero of Lakewood, Colo., Timothy Fero of Buda, Texas, Kelly (Mary) FeW of Austin; Texas, Robert (Kathleen) Newman of Henderson, Scott Newman of New Orleans, La.; four great-grandsons and two great-granddaughters. Mrs. Newman was predeceased by her husband, one son, Robert E., seven brothers, five sisters and twin sister of five weeks.. Memorials. are suggested to the First Baptist Church. Clarence E. O'Bryan Age 90, of Durand and formerly of: Detroit died Thursday, Jan. 27, 1994,' at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso.. Services will beheld Saturday, Jan. 29, 1 p.m. at the Streeter Funeral Home, Byron. The Rev. Robert. Schoenhals will officiate with burial in ' Greenwood' Cemetery,. Vernon. Friends may call at the funeral home today 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial donations may be di : rected to the Leader Dogs for the Blind. man of Owosso; many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles 'Me~norials are suggested to the. Amencan Heart Association or do- ' nor's choice. Jean Louise Nelson Age 67, of Owosso, died Tuesda) April 19,.1994, at her residence. Mrs. Nelson was a homemaker. A memorial service will be hel( at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Mausol~ul11, Owosso on Friday, April 22 at 4 p.m. Pastor Don Galardi will officiate with burial in Roselawn'. Cemetery, P.erry. There will be no visitation.... Mrs. Nelson wa's bom in Piqua, Ohio on June 26, 1926, the daughter of Lowell Homer and Verna Roberta (Wagner) Funk. She was a member of the Universal Spiritualist Association al)d the Genesee Council for the Blind.. Survivors include: a daughter, Nancy Church and two sons, Bill Church and Neuman Chut-ch; grandchildren, Billy Church; Cherri Church, Virginia Church and Christena Andrews; and her mother, Verna imccaffrey. Julia Eileen 'Norcross Funeral services were held Monday~ August I, 1994, in Lansing for Mrs. Norcross, age 77, at Mount Hope Church. Mrs. Norcross was a nut-se at Saint Lawrence Hospital for 40 years. She was a former resident of Owosso, the datighter of the late J. Gi/belt and Olive (Lyons) Hunt. Full military honors were conducted at Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Norcross served in the Pacific during World War II. Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Frank (Nancy) Kelley of Okemos and Mrs. Jitne Eddy and daughters Jill and Jennifer of Mason and a son, John Norcross of Lansing; two sisters, Mrs. Lydia Ruse of Lafayette, Ind. and Mrs. Wilma Weatherwax of Owosso; nieces and nephews.. Mrs. Norcross was predeceased by two sons, Daniel and Thomas Norcross of Lansing, her pa~ents and her brother William L. Hunt of Owosso.

138 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Joseph F. Osika Ellsworth Osborn Howard Ormes Age 72, died Tuesday, March 1, Age R7 of Vcrnon, died Sunday, Age 48, of Chesaning, died Satur- 1994, at St. Joseph Hospital, Flint. May 29,' 1994, at the Mcmorial day evening, Aug. 27, 1994, at home Mr, Osika worked as a tool and Heallhcare Centcr, Owosso. after a long illness. die maker most recently at Grand Mr. Osborn was retired [rom Mr. Ormes was hired into the Blanc Cadillac OIds Plant and had Grand Trunk Railroad aller 30 Chesaning Police Department on worked previously in several other years. Oct. 15, He attained the rank G.M. plants in the Flint area over a Services will be hcld at Nelson- of Sergeant on July 16, 1974, and period of 52 years.... House Funeral Homes, Durand on then promoted to Lieutenant on Oct. Services-will be held at St. Mi- Wednesday at \ p.m. The Rev. 10, Then.on March 19, 1980, chael Catholic Church, Saturday, Frankiin Hepworth will officiate he was appointed to his current posi March 5 at 11 a.m. The Rev. Fr. \vith burial in Greenwood Cemetcry, tion, the Chesaning Chief of Police. William LuggerwiU officiate. Burial Vernon. Visitation will bc today Services will be held at Walkerwill be in st. Paul Cemetery, frol11 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 pjn. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning, Owosso. Mr. Osborn was born in Baxter Wednesday at 1 p.m. Diane Hunger- Mr. Osika will remain at the ICounty. Iowa on Aug. 20, 1906, thc ford will officiate. Cremation will Dodds-Dumanois Co. Funeral son of Adolphus and Clara (Souers) take place following services. Home Flint where friends may call Richardson. Hc had resided in Ver- : Friends may call after 3 p.m. today after"; p.m. today. Suggested visita- non since and all day Tuesday. Police Oftion Friday is 12 noon to 4 p.m. and On Junc 30, 195 I, hc and Lucy i flcer's, Fireman's and Village me- 7 to 9 p.m. The parish rosary will be M. Richarson were. married in 'morial service will be Tuesday at 7 prayed, Friday at 7 p.m. If desired, contributions may be QlII'and. p.m. and Scripture service at 8 p.m. Survivors include: his wifc, Lucy Tuesday. made to the Michigan Cancer of Vernon; one son, Lloyd (Colleen) Mr. Ormes was born in Sagindw, Foundation.. Osborn of Morley, M,ieh.; two Aug. 6, 1946, the son of Milton and Mr. Osika was born in Swartz daughters, Jean Osbor~ 01 Perry and Evelyn (Christian) Ormes. He had Creek, Feb. 12, 1922, the son. of I Mrs. Charles (C~mJ1le) Strou? of, resided in Chesaning since He Joseph and Anna (Gazdik) OSIka I Vernon; II stepc!1i1dren, Mrs. hank and Diane (Gengler) Harkins were and had lived in Flint since 1949, (Lucy) Levay of Rosc?mmon, r:trs. married on Dec. 4, coming from the Lennon area. Richard (Donna) Perkll1s of PIma, Mr. Ormes had served in the U.S. He and Helen Holly were married in Ariz., Le~is Burns 01' Chicago, Ri- Navy. He was also a member of the Chatham, Ont., Nov. 14, 1950, and chard (Wanda) Burns of Owosso, 'Police Chiefs Association and past have celebrated 43 years of mar- William (Linda) Burns of Vernon, 'board member. He also served on riage. He was a member of St. Mrs. Ernie (Joan) Chimdler of Dur-the Chesaning Parks and Recreation Michael Catholic Church since and, Mrs. Jack (Mary\ce) Humphrey Board. i 1949, past usher and' Men'S Clt~b of Lcnnon. Mrs. Ernie (Rosemary) Survivors include: his wife, member; member of Slovak Calholtc Culp of Umatilla, Fla., George, idiane; four children, Howard J. and Sokal of Owosso Sl?OR #l92, mem- Burns of Halleron, Thomas Burns.01 (Linda, of Saginaw, Heather and Eiber of UAW Local #1292 of Grand Owosso, Mrs. Wayne (Ruth) Robtn- lis Buckelew of Alabama, Bobbie Jo Blanc, and also a veteran of World son or Soulhbrnnch; t11an~ grand- VanWagoner of St. 10hns, Ch1'15to War II receiving the Bronze Star for chil ren and great-grandchildren. pher M. and Holly of Alma; four bravery while serving in the Anny 1\ 'I'. Osborn was predeceased by, grandsons, Jack, Wesley, Brandon, in Europe.,, his parents and six b\'olh~. and Adam; two granddaughters, Survivors include: his wife, Hel(111 Britney and Anna; two stepdaugh- Osika; four daughters, Jo Ann O~ika MaryL. Ornelas. ters, Jennifer and Jocelyn Harkins; of Flint, Joyce Osika of Flonda, Age 93, of 122 W. Williams St., mother-in-law, Maxinc Miller of Diane Houck and husband Rodger, Ovid died Tuesday, Sept. 13, 19~4, Chesaning. of Rochester Hills, Wendy Osika, at the Memorial Healtheare Center,' He was precedeased by his paand husband Richard Flood of Bur- Owosso. i rents and a brother, Robert Ormes. ton' seven grandchildren, Stephanie, Mrs... Ornelas was' a homemaker'. Memorials are suggested to Che- Ma'tthew, Jennifer, John, Peter, 1 Servtces will be held at the First saning Parks and Recreation or the Adam and one due in July; four Baptist Church, Ovid on Saturday, American Cancer Society. brothers, F~ancis Osika, Vin~ent, Sept. 17, 10 a.m. The Rev. Jeff. ' l b f the First Osika and Wife Jean, Thomas OSIka,. Guridennan will officiate with burial She was a mem er 0 Paul Osika and wife Katye; four in Ithaca Cemetery. Friends may call Baptist. Churc~;. ' sisters, Mary Slonczka and husband I' h H hi Ch 1 0 id SurViVors 1l1clude: three sons; ate. oug.on. ape, v.d Chum of Grand Ledge, Oscar and, Frank, Anne Liddell and husband Thursday and Frtday 2 to 4 p.m. an. h. f E\' AWed of OvWi Robert, Julie. Kobryn and husband 7 to Dorot yo Sle, r d h b d. p.}... '. five daughters Mrs. ' Mary Helen George, Helen Nieman an us a~ Memonals are suggested to tht i.. f O "d M."An, ta. Kiter 1 d nepllews F'.' Ch h Martmez 0 VI, James' severa meces an. Irst Bapttst ',urc.....' Mrs Josehine rs. Sheldon Mr.' Osika was preceded in death Mrs; Ornelas was born 111 Mexlc() of Owosso, M. E Pm Gordoa of by his parents, an infant daughter, on Nov. 6, 1900" the daughter of of.owoss~ R. rs.. ml~ Om. elas. of Deborah; two sisters, Sophia Osika. Roberto and Antonia, (Ale(lander) Art~dona2'1 s. dosh~mldar n' 38 gr~at-' an d M argare t Abb e; a brother, Steve Luna. Sh e I la d resl 'd e d.. most f h OVI; gran c Ie,.. 0 er. d h'ld. a d 29 great-great- Osika; stepmother, Anna (Kisac) life in Ovid. / gnm c ~ ren n... Osika; and nephew Mike Osika.. O. n May ' she and Ed~ grimdchlldren..b. Arrangements by the Do, dd s- ~ward Ornelas were " marrted..., Mrs Ornelas was predeceased y 111 San Dumanois Co., Funeral Home, 901 Antonio. Texas. He. died in one son, Edwar~. Garland St., Flint, Ml

139 138 Ellen O'DriscoU Ortstein Owosso Argus-press 1994 Elva R. Otto~,. Age 95, of Owosso, died this,age 95, of Marion Springs died' morning, July 18, 1994, at Shiawas-, Thursday morning, Nov. 10, 1994, see County Medical Care Facility.,at the Durand Convalescent Center. 'Mrs.. Ortstein was formerly em-' Mrs. Otto was a homemaker. ployed by City Company of New Services will be held, Saturday, York as a telephone operator until Nov. 12, 11 a.m. at the Walkershe was married in Martin Funeral Home, Chesl,lning. Services will be held at St. Paul Pastor Wayne Otto will officiate Catholic Church, Owosso Tuesday, with burial in St. John's Cemetery, July 19, 1994, at 10 a.m. Rev. Fr. Marion Springs. The family'will be Robert D. Kolenski will officiate. present at the funeral home today 1 Burial will be in Greenfield Cemet- i to 4 p.m. and, 7 to 9 p.m. ery,' L ong I s I an, d N.. Y,, Mrs. Otto. was born in Brant on There will be no visitation. Ar- I Oct. I, 1899, the daughter of Wesley rangelnents are being handled by. and Elizabeth Raymond. ijennings-lyons Funeral Chapel, On Nov. 5, 1916, she and Alvin Owosso. A. Otto were united in marriage. He Mrs. Ortstein was born in New i predeceased her on May 23, York City, N.Y., Dec. 15, 1898, the Mrs. Otto was a member oj the daughter of Timothy and Ellen.; St. John's Lutheran Church, Marion (Byrne) O'Driscoll. She has been an Springs. Owosso resident since She Survivors include: a son, Alvin was married to Hugh O'Neill who Otto of Owosso; twi! daughters, died in 1923 and then married Carl Dorothy Passow of Owosso, Lucille L. Ortstein who died in and Dale, Bailey of North Carolina; Mrs. Ortstein was a member of one daughter-in-law, Anita Otto of Sf. Paul Catholic Church. \ Durand; 12 grandchildren; 27 great- Survivors include: two daughters, grandchildren; 16 great-great-, Dr. and Mrs. Richard (Eileen) grandchildren; and a very special Brown of Owosso and Margaret Fla- friend, Onalee Hathon. nagan of Kingston" N.Y.; nine Mrs. Otto was predeceased by one grandchildre,n; 114 great- son Lewis Otto, one daughter-in-law grandchildren; a sister-in-law; Miss Blanche Otto, one son-in-law Glenn Margaret Ortstein of Kingston, Passow and also a grandson Tom N.Y.; several nieces and nephews. 'Passow. She was predeceased by four MerilOrials may be made tost. brothers and four sisters..",john~s,lutheran Church, Marion Memorials may be made to Shia- Springs.:. wassee County Medical Care Arrangements by Walker-Martin Facility. Fu~~ral Home, Chesaning. AdellE: Owen Age 87, of Chesaning passed away Sunday, May 1, 1994, at his daughter's home after a long illness. Mr. Owen was born June 4, 1906,,.' the son of Claude. and Mary Ida: (Hodgins) Owen in Durand. He mar-, ried' Ethel Hancock Aug. 8, She survives him. Mr.,Owen rrtired from. Grand 'Trunk Western Railroad in He is also survived by his 'daughter and son-iri'-iaw, Linda and Peter Simeeki of Elsie; grandchildre~, 'Bruce, Brian and Kendra, Gross; step grandchildren, Karen. Simecki, Bryan and Peggy. Simecki, : Peter and Stephanie Simecki, Steven : and Carrie Simecki.. Mr. Owen was ptedeceased by a ;i brother, James Owen. Mr. Owen. has been cremated.. Arrangenlents entrusted to Misiuk Fun 'eral Home, Chesaning. Madelyn Floren'ce Ott Age 70, of 2450 W. Krouse Rd., Owosso, died Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Ott was a homemaker. Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Friday, FeD. II at 'II a.m. Pastor Cal Emerson will officiate with burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Visitatioh will be at the funeral home today from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mrs. Ott was born in Durand on Jan. 4, 1924, the daughter of Axel and Alice (Turner) Nequist. She attended Durand Schools. On Jan. 12, 1946, she and Kenneth Ott were married in Owosso. He died Aug. 3, Mrs. Ott was a member of the Fraternal Order' of Eagles, Aerie 851, and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the United Transportation Union.. Survivors include: two sons, Douglas of San Francisco and Richard of Owosso; a sister, Jessie Stock of Holly; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Ott was predeceased by three brothers and' one sister. Memorials may be made to a eha~iiy of donor's choice.. Cheryl Owen Loving mother of Katherine and Ryan Owen and much loved wife of Dan Owen Jr. passed away Thursday, June 9, 1994, at her home, 1221 Center St., Owosso. Cheryl was the beloved' daughter of Dale and Delores (Lamphere) Papenfuss. She was born in Owosso op. May 4,1960. She and Dan Owen Jr. were married on Oct. 27, 1979, at the st. John's,. United Church of Christ, Owosso. She had been an employee of Kmart and currently of Meijer where she was' steward of Local She was a graduate of Owosso High School, class of 1978 mid lived in Owosso all her life. She is survived by her parents; husband; two' children; a brother, Steve; aunts; uncles; cousins; nieces, nephews and many friends who will hold her memory in their hearts. There will be no visitation or services. Cremation has taken place with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Friends may donate to the charity of their choice., The family is being served by Nelson-House Funeral Homes, O~osso.

140 Owosso Argus-press Walter A~ Papciak Age 76, of Owosso, died Tuesday, morning, May 31, 1994, at the' McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint. Mr: Papciak was a gencral foreman at Midland Ross, retiring in 1982 aner 34 years of service. Services will be held at SI. Paul Catholic Church, Owosso, on Friday, June 3 at to a.m. The Rcv. Fr. Robert 'D. Kolenski will officiate with burial in st. Paul Cemetery. A Rosary will be prayed Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. Visitation will be at Jcnnings-Lyons Funeral Chapel today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 p.ril. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Papciak was born in Hamtnullck Mich. on March 29, 1918,, the sol~ of John and Frances (Szeliga) Papciak. He att~ji1ded Hamtramck Schools and had lived in Owosso since 1957, coming here from SI. Clair Shores. ", On, Juile 24, 1939, he and Ann Krolikowski were married in Hamtramck. He was a member of Sf. Paul Catholic Church" Owosso and was a volunteer for several years at the Memori,al Healthcare Center. Survivors include: his wife, Ann; two daughters, Mrs. Wayne (Pat) Buck of Owosso and Mrs. David (Debbie) Zavodny of Clearwater, Fla.; one son, Jerry (Marie) Fapciak of Lansing; seven grandchildren, Jim and Matthew Buck of Owosso, Heather and Jason Helms of Florida, BatTY Blake of Lansing, Melinda Blake of Dearborn, Carrie Gatson of Detroit three great-grandchildren, Meg~n' Buck of Owosso, Majorie Gatson of Detroit and Morgan Blake of LansiQg;, sister, Stella Fronczak of Hamtramck; three nieces and' one nephew.' " Mr. Papciak was predeceased by, his parents and seven sisters. Memorials may be made to donor's choice. Funeral arrangenlents by the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. WIllard -Page - Husband of Barbara Horski Page, died on Sept. 18, Be was. buried on Sept. 21, 1994, at Great Falls, Montana. William O. Patterson Age 72, of Glennie, Mich: and formerly of Owosso died. Tuesday,: April 19; 1994, at his residence in, Glennie. Mr. Patterson retired 17 years ag~ from Buick, Flint, after 26 years OE service. Services will be held at Jennings~ Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Friday, April 20, II a.m.f'astor Philip Anderson will officiate with burial in West Haven Cemetery; Friends may call today 2 to 4' p.m. 'Ind 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral hom~. Mr. Patterson was born in Birch Run Township, Mich. on A.pril. 9, 1922, the son of William and Ethel (Hutchinson) Patterson. Mr. Patterson had resided in Glennie for the past 17 years. He Iiyed in Owosso for six. years prior to moving to Glennie. On May 9, 1943, he \ind Loretta Luft were married' in Bennettsville, S.C. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.s. Anny and life member of D.A.V. Mr. Patterson was an avid hunter and member of the N.RA Survivors include: his wife, Loretta Patterson of Glennie; a I>on,. William R. (Linda) Patterson of Swartz Creek; adaughte~, Mary (Wayne) McKenzie of Corunna; seven grandchildren, Brian, Adam, Brandy and Lisa Patterson, K. Shane, T. Nikki and Ryan MeKen-. zie; one great-grandson,. Brandon Patterson; sisters, Rosetta Barrett.of Clio, NOl'l11a (Frank) Gaither of Glennie... Mr. Patterson was predeceased by three brothers, Arthur, Ellsworth, Charlie and a sister, Leona Wickham.,. Andrew. Paul Pavlica Age 66, ofs. Morrice Rd.,,Perry, died Tuesday, May 24, 1994, at Memorial Healtheare Center, Owosso. Mr. PavliCa was a farmer. Services will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church; Morrice, Friday, May 27,,at II a.m. Fr;. Matthew Fedewa will officiate. Btlrial will be in Bethany Cemetery. Visitation will be at Nelson-Bouse Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry, today 2 to 9 p.m. and Thur~day 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. A rosary will be prayed Thursday at 8 ~.111. Mr. Pavlica was born 1ll Perry, June 10,1927; the son of Thomas and Anna (Mulich) Pavlica. He graduated from Perry High School and resided 1110st of his life in the Perry area. He and Anna Toma were married in Owosso at.st. Joseph Catholic Church on Aug. 29, I He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Morrice. Mr. Pavlica was president of Sf. Vincent DePaul Society for over 20 years an eucharistic minister, and ushe: for 30 years and custodian for st. Mary's Parish.. Survivors ipdude: his wife, Anna; six' children, Carol Ann, Susan Marie, Andryw Paul Jr., Kerry Rose, Michael Andrew, and Becky Ann Pavlica, all of Perry; a brother,jo~1i1 (Leona). Pavlica of Perry; four SISters, Mrs. Helen (Lebor) Mitosinka of Corunna,. Mrs. Elizabeth (Louis) Toma of Durand, Mrs. Katherine Michala of Lennon, and Mrs. Mary Rushka. of Lennon; a niece, Mrs. Rose (Dave) Harvey and sons Nathan and Chad of Corunna; also, many nieces and nephews.. He was predeceased. by.two brothers, Tom and Peter and a sister, Anna' Martin. Memorial contributions may be ma4e to the family or masses..

141 140 Otto Papenfuss Owosso Argus-press 1994 June Pautke Age 78, OWo.SSo., died Thursday, April 21., 1994 at his residence. Age 59, Qf OWQSSQ died Tuesday, Mr.. Papenfuss retired in 1981 af- Jan. 4, 1994, in Ovid: tel' 41 years o.f service. with the i Mrs. Pautke had been the night OWQSSo. PQst Office. _. manager fqr fqqd service at CQnsQli- A memqrial service will be held at dated Mess Open.. St. JQhn's United Church of Christ Services will be held at Jennings- OWQSSO, MQnday; April 25, at 1 i,. LyQns Funeral Chapel, OWo.SSQ Qn a,m. Friday, Jan. 7 at 11 a.lll. The Rev. PastQr LlI1ian DQwning will Qffi-. Patl Beasley Qf the OWQSSQ Church date. There will be no. visitatiqn. Qf GQd, will Qfficiate with burial in Mr. Papenfuss wasbqrn in ' Hillcrest MemQrial Gardens, OWQSSQ Dec. 15,1915, the SQn Qf. OWQSSQ. VisitatiQn will be at the Herman and CharlQHe (Fass), funeral ehapel, with the famify pre- Papenfuss.. sent to. meet friends, tqday from 7 to. In July 1945, he and Maria Reitin~ 9 p.m. and Thursday frqul 2 to. 4 ger were married in Gennany.. p.m. and 7 to. 9 p.ul. Mr; Papenfuss served in the infan- ' Mrs. Pautke was bqrn in HiIltry fqr five years during WQrld War 'sbqro, Ohio.,Qn Sept. 19, 1934, the II. daughter Qf Ira W.and Hazel (Pan- He was a member Qf st. JQhn's ' eake) Wisecup. United Church QfChrist.. She attended' OWQSSQ Scho.o.ls, SurvivQrsinclude: His wife She lived in Mississippi fo.r 20 years Maria; Qne so.n and his wife, H~rbert. Russell Dale Pangman befqre returning to. OWQSSQ in and Ca'rQlyn Papenfuss Qf NQrth- She was a member Qf the OWo.SSQ ridge, Calif.; Qne grandsqn, Mark Age 71, QfLenno.n, died Tuesday, Church o.f Go.d. Herbert Papenfuss, also. of Dec. 13, 1994, at the Memorial SurvivQrs include: Qne daughter, Northridge..' Healthcare Center, OWQSSQ. Mrs. Ro.berl (Vicki) Rider Qf Day- He was predeceased by his Mr. Pangman was retired frqm ton, Oh,iQ; fqur sisters, Wilma brqther, Arthur Papenfuss. Chevrolet Metal Fabricatio.n in Flint, (LeRoy/Swartz of Ovid, Helen (An- MemQrials are suggested to. St. after 30 years Qf service. thony) ZWQlensky Qf OWQSSQ, Judy JQhn's United Church of Christ. Services will be held at the Reor- WaltQn of OWQSSQ, Patricia Wisecup Arrangements were handled by 'ganized Church Qf Jesus Christ of 'Qf OWQSSQ; her mo.ther, Hazel Wise Nelso.n-HQuse Funeral Homes Latter Day Saints, OWQSSo. Qn' cup Qf OWQSSQ; sister-in-law, Jo.yce Owosso...,. Thursday, Dec. 15 at I p.m. Elder Wisecup Qf OWQSSQ., JOan Waldron Parshall. ~arl ~Qssman will Qfficiate. Visita-Mrs. Pautke was predeceased by, tlon WIll be tqday from 2 to. 9 p.m. ' brother, DQnaldWisecup and father, Age 79, Qf Chesaning and for-: with the family present frqm 2 to. 4.Ira Wisecup. meriy. of Saginaw died suddenly f p.m. and 7 to. 9 p.m. MemQrials may be made to. the Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1994, at the Me- Mr. Pangman was bqm in Decker American Cancer SQciety or OWQsse mo.ria! Healthcare Center, OWQSSQ. Mich. Qn March the so.n Qf Church Qf GQd. Mrs. 'Parshall retired as a regis- GeQrge and Miner~a (ciark) Pang- Funeral arrangements by tered nurse. lman. He had graduated from Durand Jennings-Lyo.ns Chapel, OWQSSo.. Funeral services will be held Fri- ;High SchQQI and had resided mqst day, 11 a.m. a1 the Misiuk Funerlll,Qf his life in the Flint and LennQn HQme, Chesaning. The Rev. GeQrge area. Ward will Qfficiate. CrematiQn is to" On June 7, 194~, he and Mary fqiiqw. The family will meet friends Virginia Smo.Qt were married in at the funeral hqme tqday 2 to. 9 flint. p.m. Mr. Pangman had served in the Mrs. P!,lrshall was bqrn in Chesan- U.S. Army during World War II and ing, Mich. Qn NQv. 27, She was a priest in the Reo.rganized was a member o.f the Visiting Church Qf Jesus Christ o.f Latter Day NUrses. Saints.' SurvivQrs include:.her SQn, JQhn Survivo.rs include: his wife, Mary WaldrQn Shea Qf Sagmaw; stepchil- Pangman Qf LennQn; three daughtdren, Delphine Parshall Qf Mar- ers, Patricia (Richard) Kinstle Qf quette, ThQmas and Linda Parshall DQthan, Ala., Carolyn Pangman Qf Qf Nashville, Tenn., her IQvingi Flint and Marilyn Pangman Qf Flint; grandchi ldren and great- six grandchildren; 11 greatgrandcl;!iidren; many nieces, ne- grandchildren; Qne sister, Helen phews and cqusins. Willard Qf Hale; Qne niece; two.. Mrs. Parshall was predeceased by nephews and Qne brother-in-law. her husbands, William Shea and Mr. Pangman was predeceased by Dorr Parshall. his parents and one sister. MemQrials are suggested to. The MemQrials may be made to. the Chesaning HistQrical SQciety, Che- ReQrganized Church Qf Jesus Christ saning Library 0.1'. the charity Qf yqur of Latter.Day Saints.' chqice.

142 Owosso Argus-press Irene L. Parkinson Marjorie A. Patchin Harold D. Patchin Age 78, of Owosso, died Thurs-. Age 88, of 9215 East M-21, Ovid, Age 86, of9215 East M-21, Ovid, day, Aug. 4, 1994, at home.. died Sunday, Jan. 30, 1994, at Clin- died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1994, at Mrs. Parkinson was a homemaker! ton Memorial Hospital, St. Johns. his residence. and seamstress. Mrs. Patchin had worked at Mr. Patchin worked for the State.' Sl'lrvices will be held at the First Wilcox-Gay Radio factory in of Michigan Agriculture Depart- United Methodist Ghurch, Owosso Charlotte., ment, retiring in on..sunday, Aug. 7 at 4 p.m. The Services will be held at Houghton Services, will be held at Houghton Rev. Carol J. Johns will, officiate Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, with btltial in Wildwo,od Cemetery,' Thursday, Feb. 3, at 1 p.m. The Rev. Ovid, Saturday, Sept. 3, 1994, at 11. Chesaning. There will be no Richard Matson will officiate. Burial a.m. The Rev. Richard Matson will visitation. will be in Maple Hill Cemetery, officiate. Burial will be in Maple,Mrs. Parkinson was born in Che- Charlotte. Visitation will be today Hill Cemetery, Charlotte. Visitation sffning on April 27, 1916, the and Wednesday, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to- will be today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday, daughter of Archie and Mary (Grif- 9 p.m. 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. fith) Blakeslee. She attended Che- Memorials may be made to the Memorials may be made to the saning schools and had resided in American Heart Association or the United Church of Ovid or Ovid Am- O.Y\fPSSO for. 54 years. United Church of Ovid., bulance Service. Mr. Patchin was.'on June 16, 1934, she and Merle Mrs. Patchin was born in Water- born in Battle Creek, Nov. 7, 1907, Keith Parkinson were married ini ford, Pa., June 2, 1905, the daughter the son of Arthur and Blanche (DiI Royal Oak, Mich.. I of Henry and Stella (Oldfield) Ion),Patchin. He graduated from She was affiliated with the First' Burgess. She had lived in Ovid since Olivet High School in 1928 and United Methodist Church, Owosso, 1982, coming from Lansing. She lived in Ovid since 1982, coming was a member of the Child Study was married to Earl Lewis who died from Lansing. He and Marjorie A. Club and she loved to sew., in Then June 30, 1944, she Lewis were marrie'd in Charlotte, Survivors include: her husband,1 and Harold Patchin were married in June 30, She died Jan. 30, Merle of Owosso; daughter, Mrs.! Charlotte. She was a member of the David (Elaine) Shepard of Owosso;l United Church of Ovid. Mr. Patchin was affiliated with son, Gordon (Ruth) Parkinson o~ Syrvivors include: her husband, the United Church of Ovid and Owosso; six grandchildren and eighti Harold; two sons, Daniel E. Lewis Modem Woodmen of America. great-grandchildren; brothers, Ri- i of Fenton, John Patchin of Roscom- Survivors include: a, son, John chard (Marion) Blakeslee of San- i mon; three daughters, Mrs. Julia Patchin of Roscommon; a stepson, f\,jrd, Mich. and Archie Jr. (Eleanor) Miller of Fowler, Mrs. Mary Ami Daniel Lewis of Fenton; three step~ Blakeslee of Middletown, N.Y.; sis-' Winkel of Bath, Mrs. Shirley Risen- daughters, Mrs. Julia Miller of Fowter, Jnna Scott of Gladwin, Mich. hoover of Williamston; a half ler, Mrs. Mary Ann Winkel of Bath, and numerous nieces and nephews. brothel, Henry Burgess of Florida; and Mrs. Shirley Risenhoover of Mrs. Parkinson was predeceased two half sisters, Mrs. Hazel Uplin- Williamston; 16 grandchildren; 27 by brothers; Harlan and Ray and ger and Mrs. Helen Plosjck, both of great-grandchildren. sister, Helen. I Sparta.. Memorials may be 'made to the First United Methodist Chu.rch or Samuel Louis Friends of Hospice. Pardonnet Funeral arrangements' by,., Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Age 91,or Corunna, died Fnd~y, O wosso. INov. 18, 1994, at Manatee MelllQrtaI Hosplta. I, M anatee, FI a. Mr. Pardonnet worked for several yeats as a stationary engineer in He attended the First United Flint Power Houses and also worked Methodist Church or Bradenton, Fla. as an independent carpenter. Services will be held at Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1994, at 2 p.m. The Rev. David E. Ray will for several years and several area Methodist Churches in Michigan. Mr. Pardonnet was a charter member or International Operating Engineers,and a member of Michigan. officiate. Burial 'will be in Wilkinson Carpenters Union.Loc~ Cemetery, Corunna. Visitation will be Tuesday, 2 to 4 p.l11.and 7 to 9 p.m. at the chapel. Mr. Pardonnet was born in Corunna, Jan. 2, 1903, the son of Louis and Louise (Rigoulot) Pardonnet. He had been a lifelong Corunna area resident. He and Gertrude C. Chapin Survivors include: his Wife, Gertrude C. Pardonnet; a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Lois) Taylor of Tucson, Ariz.; two sons, Lyle (JoAnn) Pardon net of Flushing and Wayne (Marjorie) Pardonnet of Ellenton, Fla.; ten grandchildren; 28 greatgrandchildren; several nieces and were married in Corunna, April 23, nephews ' He was predeceased by two brothers, a sister, and a grandson, Duane. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.

143 - 'Home, 142 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Phillip E. Park Cecelia Marie Pearsall Howard L. Pearson Age 68, of Owosso, was ki11ed Age 49, of Durand died Wednes- Age 66, of Arlington Heights, Ill., Friday night, Jan.14, 1994, after be- day, March 16, 1994, at the Michldied Aug. 27, ing struck by a vehicle in downtown gan Capitol Medical Center, The body will rest at the Glueck- Owosso. She died at The Memorial Lansing. ert Funeral Home, Ltd., 1520 N. Ar-, Healthcare Center. Mr. Pearson was employed by the Iington Heights Rd., Arlington The funeral for Mrs. Pearsall will Grand Trunk Railroad as a foreman Heights, Ill. be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St.. in the work equipment department Funeral will be held at 1.1 a.m. Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. for 28 years. Tuesday, Aug. 30, at the Prince of Fr. David Fisher officiating. Burial Services will be held at Streeter Peace Lutheran Church, 1190 N. will be in Wilkinson Cemetery, Ven- Funeral Home, Byron on Friday, Hicks Rd., Palatine, Ill. ice Township. March 18, 1994"at I p.m. Pastor Burial will be in Memory Gardens. The body rests at Jennings-Lyons, Tom Weeden will dftkiate with bur- Cemetery, Arlington Heights.! Chapel, Owosso. Visitation at the ial in Byron Cemetery. The family Mr., Park was born March. 11, funeral chapel will be today from will receive visitors at the funeral 1928 in Owosso. He was a resident 7-9 p.m. and Monday from 3-5 aq.d home today from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. of Owosso for 27 years. 7-9 p.m.. and Friday from 9:30 a.m., until time He was a quality control manager A rosary will be prayed Monday of service. for Merrie-Korff [ndustries, located at 7 p.m. Mr. Pearson was born in Lansing in Des Plaines, Ill. He retired Feb. Mrs. Pearsall was born in Owosso on April 23, 1944, the son of Louis 25, 1994 after 27 years of service. Aug. 13, 1926, the daughter of and Ursula (Murphy) Pearson. He Mr. Park was a veteran of!he l!~- Henry and Edna (Lucius) LaVeck.. had resided in the Durand and Byron ited States Army. Among his \TIlh- She resided all of her life 111 area since January of tary assignments, he was active~y in- Owosso. On Sept. 16, 1967, he and Tola. volved with the Manhattan Engmeer- A member of St. Paul Catholic Ann Wyrick were married in ing Project.,. Church; she had been married to Lansing: Survivors include: HIS wife of 43 Anastasio Alvarado and then NelsQn Mr. Pearson loved the outdoors. years, Jean E. (Weir) Park, whom hy Pearsall, both of whom are deceased. His hobbies were hunting; fishing married on Oct. 14, 1950; son, Mrs. Pearsall had worked at Red- and motorcycle riding. He was a James (Barbara) Park of Stream- hlondmotor and the Owosso Can- member of the Brotherhood of wood Ill.' daughters, Diane (Paul) ning Factory. Maintenance Way. Sleg:r of' Cary, Ill.; Patricia (An- She is survived by: Two daught- Survivors include: his wife, ToUt; thony) Scaccianoce of Crystal. Lake, ers, Patricia Wetherell of Flint and' daughter, Denise Pearson of Durand; Ill.; grandchildren, Ren~e, Michelle Mrs. Leonard (Elaine) Baxter of son, Stan Pearson of Durand; grandand Matthew SIeger, VIctor, Scott, Owosso; one son, John J. Hopkins of son, Trent Pearson; parents, Louis Wesley and Gregory Park, and Ste- Dayton, Ohio; seven grandchildren; and Ursula Pearson of Frederic, phanie Scaccianoce; brothers Robert one sister, Rosemary DeBarr of Mich.; sister, Betsey Wilburn offre (Virginia) Parks of Owosso; Kenneth Owosso; and a brother, James deric; nephew, Ricky Wilburn of. (and the late Marilyn Parks) of LaVeck of New Haven Township. Frederic; aunt, Ona Kent of Haslett Owosso and Donald Parks of Las Mrs. Pearsall. was predeceased by and several cousins. Vegas, Nev, a son and a daughter. Memorial donations may be di- Visitation will be at 3 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions are'sug- rected to the family. today, Aug. 29 at the Glueckert Fun- gested to the Salvation Army.,i' Anangements by Streeter Funeral era} Home, Ltd. and from to a.m.. U Byron. Tuesday, Aug. 30 until the time of the service at Prince of Peace Luthe- Norma M. Peabody ran Church. Age 84, of Perry, died Thursday, July 21, 1994, in Lansing. Services will be held at Nelson House Funera'\ Homes, LaRowe Chapel in Perry 011 Saturday, July 23. J'nclude' four children,. at 1 p.m. The.Rev... ct ' In?n t Owen SurvIVors (Nancy) Peabody., of Taco mạ, McKinven-Copus wdl officiate WIth 'N"1 (John) Manack of WIIburial. I C t Y Wash" I a., f FI 'd 111 Rose awn eme er 'P t (Lee) Root 0 on a Friends may.calt at th,e chapel today lialdllstoli\,a (Bev) Peabody of from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. WIle 'tl th an h' arry Lake' 17 grandc h'ld I ren, family receiving friends from 2 to 4 ~;u~ r:;_grandchildren and. two p.nt and 7 to 9 p.m.... rea; reat_grandchildren; one SIster, Mrs. Peabody was born 111 Vassar, g. g (FI d) Wagner of Webber- Mich. on Feb. 19, She had P~T~' t:~ sisters-in-law and been a resident of the Perry- VI he,, law' several nieces and Shaftsburg area sll1ce., 19' 41 an d a_ brot 1 ers-li1-, member of the Sh~~~'JUrg United ne~ews'peabody was preceded in Mcthodist C?urch and~the Peny Un- deat~sb.her husband, Milo i? 1969, ited Methodist Churcl1i," y dsons Mikie Estell great-gran " 90 and Lawrence Pea?od~, Memorial contrtbut~ons ma~ d?~ made to the Perry U11lfed Met 0 IS

144 Owosso Argus-press Ruth (McCalpin) Penner J. Perez Age 70, of Port Huron; died Fri Of Chesaning passed away sud- day, March 18, 1994, in her) denlx Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1994, at daughter's home following a long Elizanethtown, Ky. illness. She' ;was married to Ron Penner Services will be conducted at 3 on June 4, She was) a member p.m. Monday, March 21, at the Arof the Flint Banjo Club and donated thur Smith Funeral Home, North her time (0 Chesaning Showboat by 'Chapel, 1525 Hancock St., Port Husharing her gift of music. ' i ron, with the Rev. John Naile, pastor Mrs. Penner had been a secretary of the 1st United Methodist Church in past years for The, Chesaning, of st. Clair, officiating. Burial will Argus, Pee! Packing Co. and McDo- ; be in Sunset Memorial Gardens of nald Dairy all of Chesaning. Ft. Gi-atiot Township. She had graduated from Chesau- Visitation at the funeral hoffle is ing High School class of 'today from 2-9 p.m. Surviving besides her husband, Mrs. Perez was born in Saginaw',ROil,. are her children, Tom McCal- Dec. 10,1923, the daughter ofwilpin of Grand Rapids, Shirley and limn and Flosk Sampson. She was T.D. Krantz' of Chesaning, Doug' married to Manuel Perez on April McCalpin of Chesaning, Patt and 25, 1964, in Flint. Mr. Perez passed Eldon Terry of Chesaning; nine away Sept. 12, grandchildren; seven great- She is survived by: A daughter,. grandchildren and her brother, Clay- Bonnie Pearce of Corunna; a sister, ton AzeHon of Chesaning. Hazel Hall of Flint; one dear aunt, Funeral service will take place Mrs. Francis Parker,of Caro; s.everal Saturday;, Dec. 31, 1994, 10 a.m.. at nieces and nephews; special friends the MisiukFuneral Home, Chesan- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evans and Daing.. The Rev. George Ward will vid Shuten, all of Port Huron, and. oftlciate with burial in Wildwood Cemetery, Chesaning. Friends may Mr. and Mrs. Robel't:Knapp of Florida. call at the funeral home today after Memorial I;ontributions may be 7 p.m. and all day Friday., Mcmorials may be made to the made to the choice of the donor. American Diabetes Association. PENDERGAST, Marion A. - Of Flint,age 71, died Sunday, June 26, 1994 at the residence. Funeral service will be held at IPM Wednes- Blanc, day June at the Swartz bel' 13, died Thursday, Octo- at St. Joseph 'Hospital. Fun'eral Ho~e, 1225 West Hill Funeral services will be lpm Mon Road,. Brother Ronald Emmerling day, October 17, 1994 from the.officiating. Burial in Gre~myood Brown Funeral Hom~,.P~stor Leon Cemetery in Vernon, Mlchigan.ard W. Gam~er officlating. Inter Visitation after 6PM Monday and 1- ment at Oakhill Cemetery, Owosso, 4 and 6-9PM Tuesday at the funeral MI. Visitation will be 2-4 and 6- home. Mrs. Pendergast was born in 9P~. Saturday and, Sunday. Mrs: Flint,. Michigan on Septem~er 7, '. Phillips was born m Ow~sso, MI 1922 and was a resident of Flmt all September 29, Her first hus-. of her life. She married John R.lland was GayleC. VanSickle from Pendergast on September 27,1941 Owosso; second husband was Robin Flint. She' was a member of ert A. Phillips. She was the first Westside Baptist Church. Surviving President of the National SecretaI' are her husband, John; daughter, ies Association in Genesee County. Donna and husband Richard Mark She was a legal secretary for Attorof Beverly Hills, California; son,. ney Lyle Church all of her business Randal' and wife Debra of Oscoda, life in the Flint area and a source of Michigan; 4 grandchildren, George knowledge for many young law., Mark; Randal Jr. and Nancy, Ke- yen; and secretaries. Surviving are: dricj{~ and Kimberly Pendergast; 2 son, ~obert and wife Joan Vangreat-grandchildren, Spencer a~d Sickle of Davison;, Rebecca. She was preceded In John and David V. of Genedeath by her brother, Donald seecqunty, Sgt. Patricia Van Sick Thomas in 1941 and her parents;!le of South Dakota; Slster~m-la'l'I Helen A. Thomas in 1981 and Lloyd ;Nada GayIprd of Grand R. Thomas in ;eral nieces and n~llh~w!': SWARIZ FUNERAL HOME GU25 W. Hill Rd. Flint, MI , Jerry D. Pettit Age 56, of Lennon, died Saturday, April 2, 1994, at his residence. Mr. Pettit retired from GM SPO as a supervisor in Services will be held at Sharp Funeral Home, Miller Rd. Chapel on Wednesday, April 6 at 11 a.m. Friends may eall at the funeral home today from 1 to 9 p.m.... Mr. Pettit was born 111 ~lsso~n on Jan. 9, 1938, and had lived 111 Lennon since On March 12, 1987, he and Diana Crydennan were marri~d~. Mr. Pettit loved fish1l1g, boatmg, golfing and travelin~. He ~as a champion softball pitcher III the Flint area for many years. He served in the U.S. Anny and.was a member of the' Lion's Club of Lennon. Survivors include: his wife, Diana of Lennon; four sons, Jerry D. and wife Helen Pettit II of Swartz Creek, 'Owen Bradley Pettit of Lenno~, Richard A. Pettit of Lennon, Chfford L. Pettit of Lennon; stepchild~e?, 'Keith Groves of Lenl1on, Patncla Prince of Flint and Tammy Miller of Missouri'; seven grandsons; five stepgranddaughters; ~hree bro~hers; Arlan, Ray an,d Donnie; three SIsters, Norma, Shelba and., Betty; mother, Freda Hicks of Mlssoun. Mr. Pettit was preceded in death by his father in 1?76:. Memorial contnbutlons may be made to Hospice for the Communities. Joseph B. Phillips Age 72, of San Jose, Calif., formerly of Owosso, passed away Friday, March 11, 1994, in California. Services were held Monday morhing, March 14, at the Lima Family Funeral Home in Santa Clara, Calif.

145 144 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Donald W. Phinney John Frank Pfeiffer On this day, December 15, 1994, I we have lost a husband father and Age 63, of Flushing, died Mon 'friend. Don went to be with the day, Jan. 31, 1994, in Zephyrhills, Lord at the age of 63. Fla. Don was brought into this world Mr. Pfeiffer was einployed at Into Daniel and Myrtle (Morrison) land Fisher Guide for 35 years, retirf Phinney on November 7, ing as senior engineer in die cast in DOll attended Lansing Eastern High School. After graduation in Funeral services will be con- 1951, Don did his apprenticeship ducted 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 4, at and worked as a bricklayer for 37 Rossell Funeral Home, Flushing. years. He was a member of Local 18 The Rev. Fr. Steven Makranyi will Brick Layers. Don retired in officiate with burial in Flint Memor- Don really enjoyed the outdoors. ial Park. Visitation will be 11 a.m. He loved to hunt, fish and was also to 9 p.m. Thursday. A Scripture involved, with softball. For enjoy- service will be Thursday, 7:30p.m. ment, Don liked to play pool and go at the funeral home. bowling. For the last 10 years, Don Contributions may be made to the '. and his wife attended M;S.U. Michigan Heart Association. Edna R Ph',. elps,hockey games faithfully. He was a Mr. Pfeiffer was born in Detroit Age 96, of Corunna died Wednes-,Navy veteran of the Korean War. Mich. on Oct. 31, 1930, the son of day afte~noon, June 1, 1994, at the' Don is survived by his wife of 21 John and Elizabeth (Spildner) Pfeif Memonal Healthcare Center years, Laurel Phinney and his six fer. He married Lorraine Muirhead Owo~so., ' i children: Steve (Tracey) Kim of in Chesaning on May 5, M!ss Phelps was a teacher in the Owosso, Kenneth Lee at home" Mr. Pfeiffer was a veteran of the pubhc school system for a total of 1 Mary Jo Trevino of Nebraska, De- Korean War and a member of 48 years. She Itaught at Wilkinson borah Strahle and Pamela Phinney V.F.W. Post #5666 of Flushing. School for 34 years, 12 years in both of Missouri, Kimberly (Tracy) Survivors include: his wife Lor Corul1na and two years at Martin' Morse of East Lansing; his mother, raine Pfeiffer of Flushing; a' step School:' Myrtle Crosley of Higgins Lake;, his daughter, Linda Ann Powell of Chi- ServIces will be held Monday, sister, Grace H?dgeman Stardevant cago; steps?n, Robert and wife. Mi,~une, 6, 1 p.l~l. at the Juddville Un-' of Kalkaska; hts brother, Kenneth; chelle M.utrhead of Des Momes, 1 ItedMethodt~t Church. The Rev.. (Carol) Phinney of Lansing; also 18 Iowa;,flve st~pgrandchildren; ~ary Tame WIll officiate with burial ~randchildren; a great-grandchild; brother-tn-iaw, ymcent Beckman of In G.reenwood Cemetery. many nieces and nephews; and Owosso; ~peclal daughter-in-law,, FrIends may call at the Jennings- many other family members and Chery~ Mutrhead of Paw Paw; sev ;Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso Sa_friends. eral nteces and nephews.. turday 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 4 On Monday, 'December 19, 1994,' Arrangeme~ts by Rossell Funeral.p.m.. and p,m.at,one p'clock p.m., we will lay to Home, Flushmg. MISS, Phelp~ was born May 26, rest out husband, father, and friend. 1898, III Ventce Township, Mich., If you wish to attend this so[(owful the daughter of Arthur S. and EIi- but blessed day, the family will be Elizabeth E Piper zabeth (KlJrney) Phelps. She' gra- accepting visitation today 7 to 9...?uated from Corunna High School p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to,age 79, of W. Lanslllg Rd., Perry m and from Central Michigan 9 p.m. with family receiving friends dted Saturday, Aug: 20, 1,994, at Untverslty; 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. both Tender C~re South tn Lanslllg. ~he had resided all of her life in days at the Nelson-House :puneral Mrs.. Piper. was a homemaker. Shla~assee County. Homes, Laingsburg. Services wtll be held at Nelson~ MI~s Phel~s was a member of the M~morial donations can be made House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Juddville Untted M~thodist Church. to Hospice of Lansing in memory 01 Chapel, Perry on Tuesday, Aug. 23 Sh~ was ~lso a member of the Jud- Donald W. Phinney. at. 2 p.m,. The ~r. Ma~the:v F~de:va dvdle Untted Methodist Wo d - will officiate wtth bunal III Htllslde the Michigan and. Shi~~:s:~e Cemetery, Belleville. Visitation will County Retired Tea h be today from 2 to 9. p,.m. and " c ers T d t'i" f. A SSoclahon.. ues ay un I time 0 service. Survivors include: a sister M. Mrs. Piper was born' in North Kurney of Corunna; sister~in_i:~e Dakota on Jan. 6, 1915, the daughter S~ella Phelps of Corunna; severai. ~~ Adam ~~ Eva (K:essler) Youngs. nteaces and nephews; great-nieces ~d ~ten e DetrOIt. Sc~ools and an great-nephews; cousins, Mar~... rest e most of her hfe Ill, Wayne gare! Muir of Milford and John Muir of B!ightpl1. Survlv?rs. Illclude: two. sons, Ed- County, ward (VIckie). and Michael Piper; On Jan. 25, 1941, she and La-. MISS' Phelps was predeceased b seven g~andcht1dren and three great- wrence T. Piper were married in her sisters, Ruby and Do~is an~ grandchtldren; one sister and one Detroit. He predeceased her in brother, Reynolds. brother.. Mrs. Piper was affiliated with the Me~norials are suggested to the Me~l1onals are sug?ested to the Roman Catholic c~urch and' was a Juddvtlle United Methodist Ch h Amencan Cancer Society. member of the Shtawassee Cquncil. '. urc. on Aging..>

146 Owosso Argus-press 1994 M. Marie Perry Age 63, of 815 Center St., Owosso died Thursday evening, Aug. 18, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Perry was a homemaker. Services will be held Saturday, 10 a.jp. at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Owosso. Pastor Mark St. Louis will officiate with burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw. Friends may call at the funeral home today 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Perry was borp in Howell, Mich. on Feb. 25, 1931, the daughter of Vernon and Katherine (Leetch) Pratt. She graduated from Byron High School, class of On Sept. 4, 1948, she and Duwain K. Perry were married in Clarkston. He died Nov., I, Mrs. Perry Mary E. (Rau) Perry was a, member of the First Church of Christ, Owosso. Age 77, of 800 S. Chestnut St.;,Survivors include: seven children, Owosso, died today, Aug. 10, 1994i Mrs. Linda (James) Everett of at her,residence. Owosso, Mrs. Connie (Gary) Klein Mrs. Perry was retired froni of Chesaning, Joseph (Jewell) Perry Crestmont Nursing Home, Fenton. of Kalamazoo, Edward (Kathy) Services will be held at Nelson- Perry of Charlotte, Mrs. Janet House Funeral Homes, Owosso, (Greg) McClain of Owosso, Mrs. Thursday at 12 noon. The Rev. Cal Teresa (Brian) Williams of Elsie, Emerson will officiate. Burial will Thomas (Darcy) Perry of Owosso; be in Evergreen Cemetery, Grand 12 grandchildren; three 'great Blanc. Visitation will be Thursday 9 grandchildren; three brothers and a.m. until time of service. three sisters, Mrs. Beverly Rousl? of Mrs. Perry was born in Flint, Feb. Laingsburg, Fred Pratt of Owosso, 18, 1917, the daughter of Louise Joan McLaughlin of Byron, Nancy Hayse and William McGlinchey. Schofield of Farwell, Jim pratt of She and Leon E. Perry were married Laingsburg,' John Pratt of Belton, in Fenton, Jan. 20, Texas; many nieces, nephews and She was a charter member of great-nieces and great-nephews. Fenton Lakes Sportsman Club, Memorials are suggested to the member of Owosso V.F.W. Auxili- First Church of Christ. ary 9455, Fenton Moose, and Fenton Eagles. She enjoyed fishing, quilt- Judy Ann Perry ~~~ds~amping, cooking, and playing. Age 63, died Saturday, April 9, ; Survivors include: two daughters, Survivors include her children, Pauline and AI Hemingway and. Ka- Larry Perry, Doug Perry, Alice Finley; ren and Lloyd Horn, both of grandchild, Rees Finley; a broth~r, Owosso; a son, Rusty and Kathy Wally MiUerand Sister Marietta, OJ'. Rau of Grand Blanc; three grand- Friends may call at the Maederchildren; Gilbert Kozan, Dana Rau Quint-Tiberi Funeral Home, 1068 S. and Jay Rau; five great- High St., Columbus, Ohio (614) grandchildren; a sister, Claramae; a this evening 7 to 9 p.m. Pribrother, Bill and four stepchildren. vate graveside funeral service will be She.was predeceased by her first 10 a.m. Wednesday at st. Joseph husband Russ Rau, five grandchil- Cemetery. dren, and two sisters. Memorials m'ay be made to the V.F.W. Ellen G. Perry Age 85, of:burton, died Saturd~y, Sept. 10, '. :'~t '. Services will be private at Siflith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel, Corunna. Burial wiii be in Greenwood '. Cemetery, Vemon. Terry Lynn Plowman Age 43, of South Ridgewo.od, Fla., died May 25, 1994, at Flo~da. Mr. Plowman worked for Mamtenance Root Co. in Florida. Services will be held-at Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid on Saturday, June n at 10:3~ a.m. Pastor David Weitz will officiate. Mr.' Plowman was born in st. Johns on April 9, 1951, the son of Stanley and Dorothy (Warde.n) Plowman. He graduated from OVid- Elsie High School in Survivors include: three sons, Alex and Jason, both of Ovid and Luke of Port Orange, Fla.; mother, Dorothy Plowman of Ovi~; br~ther, Bruce A. Plowman of Fhnt; Sister, Mrs. Nora L. Fix of Walled Lake, Mich.; special friends, Todd Story and Tiffany Higginbotham, both of Florida.. Mr. Plowman was preceded m death by his father and daughter, Lindsey Plowman.. Memorials maybe made to the donor's choice. Donald L. Pincomb Age 76, of Bancroft, died Friday, March 11, 1994 in McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint. Services will he held 3 p.m. Monday, March 14, ~9.94, at the Love Funeral Home, Bancroft, with the Rev. Franklin Hti'pworth and Rev. Bruce Haist officiating. Friends may c~n at the funeral home 7 9 p.m. today, 2-4 p.m. and 7::'9p.lTI., Sunday, and until the seryice\m Monday.. Mr.. Pincomb was born April I, 1917 in Durand, the son of William and Chole (VanWarmer) Pincomb. He was married to Flora G. Ricketts, Aug. 30, 1940, in Sedan, Kansas. Mr. Pincomb was employed as a production worker in the General. Motors Buick Division, retiring in He resided jnost of his life in' the Bancroft area. Survivors include:' His wife; two sons, Gene Pincomb, Flint, and Ray and wife, Geraldine Pincomb of Vernon; two daughters, Shirley.and husband Frank Sargent of Holly, and Patsy and husb.and Tom Wiseley of Bancroft; 13 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.,':'.. ';,Memorials may bel11ade to the Ainerican Heart AssoCiation. Arrangements by Love' Funeral Home, Bancroft. 145

147 146 Henry Polhamus Age 85, of 275 Elm Rd., Ovid died Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare 'Center, Owosso. Mr. Polhamus operated Polhamus Gravel Pit in Ovid for many years. Services.will be held at, the Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral Homes, Ovid on Saturday, Jan. 22, 1 p.m. Burial will be in Middlebury Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9,p.m. Mr. Polhamus was born in Lansing, Mich. on April 14, 1908, the son of John and Maggie (Smith) Polhamus. He had resided in Ovid since On May 25, 1929, he and Eva Abbott were married in Lansing. He was a mell1ber of the Ovid Masonic Lodge #127 F. & A.M.. Survivors include: his wife, Eva of 'Ashley; a daughter, Mrs. Linda and David Smith of Ovid; grandsons, John and Dawn Buck, David W. Smith au of Ovid; great-grandchild, Amber and Alan Buck' of Ovid; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Polhamus was predeceased by, a great-grandson, Joshua Buck, five :. ; alsters and two brothers. ' Arthur O. Price Sr. Age 80, of Ovid and St. Johns, died Sunday, March 20, 1994, at Ovid Healthcare Center. Mr. Price was a businessman. There will be no services or visitation. Mr. Price was born in Hamilton, Ontario,. Canada on Jan. 27, 1914, the son of Henry and Margaret (Ormonde) Price. He had resided most of his life in Ovid. Mr. Price was a veteran of the U. S. Anny during World War II. Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Suzanne Hendley of Laingsburg, Mrs. Katha A. Albright of Charlotte; a son, Arthur O. Price Jr. of Ovid; seven grandchildren; one brother, William Price of Tennessee. Mr. Price was predeceased by two sisters. Arrangements by the Houghton Chapel, Ovid.. Harry Dale Price Age 44, of Elsie, died Dec. 15 at his home.. Mass will be celebrated at SI. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bannister. J\rrangements were made by Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie..Interment at Riverside Cemetery Elsie. ' Owosso Argus-press 1994 Eva Belle Polhamus Merle Polhemus Age 86, of 275 Elm Rd., Ovid Age 86, of 2700 Burcham Dr., died Thursday, March 3, 1994, at East Lansing, passed away 11:30 the Maple Valley Nursing Home, p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, 1994, at Bur Ashley. cham Hills Retirement Center, East Mrs. Polhamus was a homemaker. Lansing. Services will be held at the Mr. Polhemus was owner/operator Houghton phapel-osgood Funeral, of Polhemus Garage for' 25 years. Home, OVId, Monday,,March.. 7, He also worked in auto repair for 20 I:~O p.m: The. Rev.. Ch~r1es. Smlt~\years at REO.. wtll officiate with bunal III Mlddleb-, Services will be held at Nelsonury Cemetery, Friends may call at House Funeral Homes, Perry,Wedthe funeral home Saturday and Sun- nesday, Jan. 12, at 2 p.m. Pastor day 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to ~ p.m. George Harris and the Rev. Clintpn Mrs., Polhamus.was born III Oge- t McKinven Copus will officiate. Burmaw County, MIch. O~l Oct. 31,' ial will be in Oak Plain Cemetery, 1907, the daughter of Chfton C. and Shaftsburg. Friends may call at the La~ra (?raha~l1),abbott. She had! chapel today from 2 to 9 p.m. and resided III OVId slllce ',Tuesday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the On May 25, 1929,. she. and He.nry family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Polhamus were marned III Lanslllg. b th d s d ' d J p.m. 0 ay. He Ie. an..,. Mr. Polhemus was born in Wood-,. SurViVors 1I1~lude:. a daught~r, hull Township, Shaftsburg, March.LlI1da and DaVId SmIth of OVId; the son of Vanderveer and grandsons, John and Dawn Buck of?.' ) Ih. H 'd D 'd W S 'th f 0 'd'. MlI1l11e (Cross Po emus. e gra OVI, avt.' ml 0 VI, duated from Perry High School in great-grandchlldr~n, Amber and He resided most of his life in Ala~ Buck of OVId; two bro~hers, Shaftsburg and was married to Ar Cynt and Mary Abbotto~ WI~om, mina (Arnold) Williams in Shafts- Kenneth. f Abbott W of Durand, a mece,. b' urg on 0 c., t A I me 0,Ixom, He was a member of the Shafts- Mrs. p~lhamus was predeceased burg United, Methodist Church. He by one Sister, one brother am; a loved machinery, cars, and antiques. grandson, Joshua Buck. He was a craftsman of farm machinery. c. Roy Powers Survivors include: his wife, Ar- Age 50, of Owosso and formerly mina; two sons, Jim (Margaret) of of Kentucky and, southern Illinois, Shaftsburg and John Polhemus, of went to be with his Lord Friday Perry; stepson, Bob Williams and evening,. Jan. 7, 1994, while at his. stepdaughter Betty (Rodger) sister's residence in Owosso. Schoneker; several stepgrandchil- AU. S. Army veteran, he had dren, and stepgreat-grandchildren. worked as a supervisqr for Peabody He was predeceased by his first Coal Co. in Kentucky and IlJinois wife Thelma and two brothers, Veer for 21 years. and Kenneth. 1 Services for Mr. Powers will be Memorials may be made th~ held at Gary's Funeral Home Sha(tsburg United Methodist Church\ Greenville, Ky., Monday at II a.ni: Building Fund, i with Pastor Paul Beasley officiating. ' Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville. The body.. rests today at Jennings-Lyons Fun-,.. '..,.. eral Chapel Owosso 6 to 9 p m.he IS survived by two daughters, and at GarY'~'Funerat Home, Gr~e~~ Kimberly Renae Powers ~f Ft. ville, Sunday, 5 to 9 p.m. Campbell, Ky., and A.manda Ntcho!e Mr. Powers was born in Gatliff Powers of.greenville, Ky.; his Ky., Aug. 4,1943, the son ofcled~ mother, Ruble Bea~den of Shawneeand Rubie (Paul) Powers. He resided t~wn, III.; three SIsters, Mrs. Don most of his life in Kentucky and (Pat~ Pope (If Temple,. Ga., Mrs. southern Illin9is and was a member Martll1 (June). Carr of Lake Worth, of Owosso Church of God. Fla., and Jame and the Rev. Paul... _ Beasley of Owosso; two brothers,,,johanna,' P. r oole George Powers of Melbourne, Fla., Age 7 t, of Chesaning, died Thursday,Sept. 29, 1994, in Clare, Mich. Services wilt.be held at Walker Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning on Monday, Oct. 3 at 11 a.m. and Randall Powers of Island, Ky.; and numerous nieces and, nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Cledo,a brother, Gary, and a sister, Mary...

148 Owosso Argus-press Dorothy Aileen Powell I Catherine E. Powell Rupert William Age 72, of K?na ViUa Apart-! Age 81, of Montrose and formerly Prussner ments, Owosso, died Sunday, Dec. of Owosso died Saturday, March 19, Age 85, of 180 E. Henderson Rd II, 1994, at Memorial Healthcare 1994, at Montrose Nursing Honle. i New Haven Township, died Thurs Center, Owosso. Mrs Powell along with her hus- day, Sept. I, 1994, at the Schnepp! Mrs. Powell was a homemaker band William owned and operated Healthcare Center, Sf. Louis, Mich. and formerly worked for C.H.& W. a gr~cery stor~ and service station in Mr. Prussner was a machine ~p.er- Products. 'Owosso for 25 years. ator for General Motors, retiring Services will be lleid at Nelson-! A memorial service will be held 1 I July 1; 1969 after 21 years of ser H!)use Funeral Homes, OWOSSO,! p.m. 'Saturday, March 26, at ~!he. vice.. After retirej11en~ he worked Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1994, at 12iMontrose Chapel of Whipple Fun-' part tune. for Memonal Heathcare noon. Fr. Gregory A. Tournoux willi eral 'Homes, 239 E. Hickory St., Center in the laundry department. officiate. Burial will be in Green-! Montrose. The Rev. Richard Beemer Services will be held at. Nelsonwood Cemetery, Vernon. Visitation I will officiate. : House Funeral Homes, Owosso on will be today from 2 to 9 p.m. and: Memorial contributions are sug- Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 11 a.m. Pastor Tuesday 9 a.m. to. 9 p.n~. i gested to the charity of the donor's Robert Anderson will officiate with Mrs... Powell was born m Durand,; choice. 'burial in West Haven Cemetery. June 18, 1922, the daughter of!=l0w-i Mrs. Powell was born in Bridge- Visitation will be today from 2 to 9 ard. Wayne and Ethel Mae (Flsh~r)! port.on Nov. 29, 1912, th.e daughter i p.m., Sunday and. Monday t~om 9 Wnght. She was a member of ChrIsti of Henry and Mabel (Wisner) Pre-, a.m. to 9. p.m. With the family re Episco~al C~urch... \ ston. She had resided in.montrose I ceiving friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and Survivors mclude.. three sons, Nt- i the past 19 years comll1g from I 7 t09 p.m. cholas Wayne (Jamce) Powell ofl Owosso. She married William F. 'I Mr. Prus~ner was born in Buck Ovid, Jac,ob Henry Powell of Oak-j Powell on July 9, 1935 in Saginaw. ingham, Ill. on June 26, 1909, the ley, and Greg<?ry Lynn (Stella) Pow-: Mrs. Powell was a life member of son of Franklin George and Stella R. ell of Owosso; three daughters, Mrs. I the St. Charles Order of the Eastern (Potter) Pl11ssI1er. He had resided in Becky Louise (Joseph. Jr.) Maurice I Star #313.,Rush Township since of Owosso, Mrs. Bonme Lou (Jack) I Survivors include: her husband, 0 D h d Th Ima S nk f H d d Ch. I Ann'.. d'f1 n ec. ", e an e e 0 en erso~n, 4 an deryh'ld.1 William; a son, Wllha~ H. an WI e i J. Klockzeim were married in Che- Potter of Owosso,,2 gran c I ren,, June Powell of EdenvIlle.. 'b f H 20, great-grandchildren; two sisters" Mrs Powell was predeceased by sd anmg. uht;t' wdams athlnde.mt Cerh 0 h e th l1- ) L W. ht fl. erson nl e e 0 IS urc, e Mrs. Leo (Betty ou ~Ig 0 her parents and four brothers, UA W #599 AARP Shiawassee Swartz Creek and Mrs. Alvm (Mar- Chauncey Howard, Ralph and Don IC 't F 'B " t 1 mber garet Ann) Allen of Henderson' a', oun y ami ureau, pas lie. h ' f Preston. of Henderson Odd Fellows and the brother, James (Helen) Wrtg t 0 Arrangements by Whipple Funeral 0 P k' S t G N L th 810) wosso ar II1son uppor roup. ew 0 rop. 'Homes, Montrose Chapel, ( 'He also enjoyed fanning. She was predeceased by two Trust 100. brothers and her parents. Memorials may be made to Christ Episcopal Church..., Merle A. Porter Age 76, of Skidway Lake, fprmerly of Owosso, died Satlirday, Sept. 10, 1994, at The Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. The funeral for Mr. Porter will be Survivors include: his wife, :Thelma; one daughter, Mrs. Gary (Dorothy) Trgina of St. Louis; two sons, Owen (Karen),Prussner of Henderson and John (Marilyn) Prussner of Owosso; six, grandchildien; two great-grandchildren and one brother, Gerald (Dorothy) Prussner of Owosso. b Mr. Pl11ssner was predeceased' y Monday at I p.m. at Nelson-HOl~se Mr. Porter was retired from Chev-:two siste~s and one brother.. Funeral Homes-Owosso. Burtal rolet Assembly Plant in Flint inl Memofla~s are sugges~ed to Henwill be in Hillcrest Memorial tlerson United Methodist Churc~, Gardens.. ' Survivors include: One daugl~ter,sa!em Lutht;ran Church o.r the MI-. Visitation today at the funeral Arlene Johnson of Owosso; ~Ight chlgan Parkmson Foun~atlOn. chapelwill be from 9 a.m: to 9 p.m. I g ran d chi I d r en; I 4 g rea t - Mr. Porter was born in Weston" grandchildren; two great-great Ohio, July 26,1918, the son ofken-! grandchildren; one brother, ~yle neth and Cloris (Kendall) Porter. (Ruby) Porter of Owosso; one SIster, He came to Owosso in 1936 and Mrs. Irene Shire of Corunna; and lived here U1~til 1976 when he several nieces and ncphews.. moved to the Pr.escott area. Mr. Porter was predeceased by h~s On March 29, 1937"he and wife; in 1985, a daughter, Rosemane Cleona Stockdale were married inl'miller, and grandson, Jack Johnson Elkhart, Ind. Jr. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Michigan Heart Fund.

149 148 Owosso Argus-press 1994 / Walter Wallace Praski Age 80, of Corunna, died Saturday, April 16, 1994, at McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint. Services for Mr. Praski will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Tuesday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Fat~er ly,lichael Kuchar officiating. Burtal will be in St. Robert's Cemet-, ery, Flushing. Visitation at Nelson-House Funeral Homes-Owosso will be today from 7-9 p.m. and Monday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The family 'will feceive friends Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A vigil service will be held Monday at Tp.m. Mr. Praski was born in Canada on March 29, 1914, the son of Walter and Antonia (Mrowiec),Praski. He attended Owosso schools and was a lifelong Owosso-Corunna area resident. On Aug. 8, 1968, in Toledo, Ohio, he and Helen Kuchar were married.. In addition to owning Walt's Ra-, dlo and TV Repair, Mr. Praski was a foreman with Redmond's. Mr. Praski was inducted into the, Harry Dale Price Mary Potter Michigan Polka Hall of Fame in In the early days ofwoap ra- ' He is survived by: His wife Hedio, Mr. Praski played live programs len; five children, Walt (Kay) Praskl' with his nine-piece band. He received a special tribute from Jr. of New Lothrop, Patricia Raish beck of Owosso, Mrs. Victor t. e Michigan House of Representa- (Kathy) Spaniola of Howell Rick hves and Francis R. Spaniola on ' (L ' O t uann) Praski of Owosso, and Cris c., 80 and Sept. 28, 1990, in C recognition of his more than 60 arroll of Owosso; three stepchildren, Gary (Jeri Lynn) Garbarino years_of performing polka music. He of Byron, Marilyn Garbarino of Cheis also listed Iuthe-Con-gresswrial, ~aning, and Brian (Jeanne) Gat'bar Record. m~ of Grand Haven; many grand- A member of the Fraternal Order children, great-grandchildren,nieces of Eagles, the Polka Music Clubs and nephews; sister, Mrs. Joe United and past president of the (Stella) Dreslinski of Harper Woods; Central Michigan Polka Music Association.' Mr. Praski served three years with the National Guard. Age 44, of Elsie, died Thursday, Age 87, of New Lothrop, passed Dec. 15, 1994, at his home. away s,uddeniy, Sunday morning, Mr. Price had worked for the Dec. H, 1994, at her home. Ovid-Elsie school system. Services will be held at the Mis- Funeral mass will be celebrated at iuk Funeral Home, Chesaning on St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bannis- Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 11 a.m. The ter, Mich. on Monday, Dec. 19 ado Rev. George Ward will officiate. a.m. A rosary will be prayed Sunday Burial, will be in Elmwood Cemetevening at 7 p.m. The Fr. R. K. ery, New Lothrop. Friends may call LeFlellr will officiate with burial in,af the funeral home today from 3 to Riverside Cemetery, Elsie.. Visita-,9!?m: and Tues?ay from,8 a.m. tion will be at Smith FuneraLuntd time of service. Honles, Elsie today from 7 to 9: Mrs.. Potter was bo~ on Jan. 16, P:!ll:;Saturday and Sunday from 2 to,~907, tn CzechoslovakIa. Her hu~g'; p.m. with the family present from b~nd, Lloyd Potter passed away III 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. July 1~90... Mr. Price was born 'in St. Johns Survl~ors tnclude: seven chddren on Sept. 29, 1950, the son of Emery and their spouses, Charle~ (~eggy) Gale and Betty Marie (Walters) Potter of Bentley, F~ye TIl111tck of Price. He had graduated from Ovid~ Dura?d,,R~ss (Bermce) Potter. of Elsie High School in 1969 and had MOrrIce,. Mtldred (Russell) Hemtnresided most of his -life in the Elsie ger ~f Morley; Geral~ (Judy) Potter area. of Fhnt, Lloyd Jr. (ShIrley) Potter of O~ Oct. 15, 1983, he and Marie Chesaning' and Roy (Sue). Potter of Diane Schadel were married. She New. Lothrop! 29 grandchtldren; 70 died Sept.21, He then married great-g.f~ndchddren;,12 g~eat-great Veronica Sutton on Oct.' grandch~ldren and her sister and. '. brother~lll-law, Agnes and Ed Bartos He was affiliated with St. Cyril's of Corunna. Catholic qhurch, Bannister. I She was' predeceased by two Survivors include: his' wife, Ver- brothers,'.one sister, two grandsons, onica Price of Elsie; one son, one - 'gre~t-granddaughter and one Matthew Kenneth Price, at home;' step great-grandson. his mother, Betty Fatura of Elsie; Funeral arrangements by Misiuk two sisters, Carol (Doug) Fox and Funeral Home, Chesaning. Mary (Donald) Taylor, both of E1- ---,---- sie; one brother, Gale (Marcia) Price Anna Prajza of Elsie; many nieces, nephe,ws andmany friends. Age 92, of Hazelton Township, Mr. Price was predeceased byhls died Saturday, Oct. I, 1994, at father.. home. Memorials may be made toa trust Mrs. Prqjza was a homemaker and fund for Matthew Price at City Bank fanner's wife. in Elsie. Private services will be held at Whelpley-Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop, Tuesday at II a.m. Pastor Mary Tame will officiate. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, New Lothrop. There will be no visitation. Mrs. Prajza was born in Czechoslovakia, July 24, She resided most of her life in Hazelton Township area and was married to John Prajza in Czechoslovakia, May 15, and brother, Ted Praski of Troy. '. Mr. Praski was predeceased by two -Sisters, Sophie Sikorski an9 Helen Flis, and' a brother, Marion. Survivors include: a daughter, Milry and husband Charles Valasek of Hazelton Township; two grandchildren, John Valasek at home and Darlene and Hus,band Rick Frye of Washington state. Arrangements by Whelpley Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop

150 OWosso Argus-press 1994 Kenneth Dean Presley John Prajza Age 20, of Route 2, Box 123, St. Age 93, of Hazelton Township Matthews, S.C. died Friday, March died Saturday, April 2, 1994, at his 18, home. Services will be held in Oak A private family graveside service Grove United Methodist Church, will be held at Elmwood Cemetery, Sandy Run, S.C. today at 4 p.m. New Lothrop. There will be no with burial in the church cemetery. visitation. Mr. Presley was born in Owosso, Mr. Prajza was born in Czechothe son of Gary Duane Presley and slavakia, Sept. 11, Lynell Clare!f.2!!g). Presley Wil- He resided most of his life in liamson. He was a graduate of St. Hazelton Township area. Matthews High School and a U.S. On May 15, 1923, he and Anna Navy veteran. He was a lifetime U her k awe rem a r r i e din local resident and a member of Oak Czechoslavakia. Grove United Methodist Church. He farmed and retired from Gen- Survivors include: his father, Gary eral Motors after many years. D. Presley of Owosso; his mother Survivors include his wife Anna; and stepfather, Lynell P. and Mike one daughter and husband, Mary and Williamson of Swansea, S.C.; his Charles Valasek of Hazelton Townsisters, Diana L. and AI-Saeedi of ship; two grandchildren, John Val Orangeburg, S.C., and Amy E. Pre-, asek at home and Darlene and Rick Clifford E. Po'l.ter sley of St. Matthews, S.C.; his Frye of Washington state; one sister, brother James M. Presley of Vickey of Europe.. ',Fortner S!liawassee County sher" Owosso; his nephew, A. F. Matt Funeral arrangements by lfl, age 72, or rural Durand, die(] AI-Saeedi of Orangeburg; his niece, Whelpley-Martin,Funeral Home of Thursday, May 26, 1994, at Memor- Amanda L. Presley of Owosso; his New Lothrop. ' ial Heallhcare Center, Owosso. paternal grandparents, Hank and Jes- Ernest H. Pritchard Sr. Mr. Porter served ror 37 years in sie Vyskocil of Owosso; his mater- '?w enforccment in VariOl!S capac i- nal grandparents, Alyce Bond of Age 80, of Lapeer, passed away lies: patrol officer ror,city of Dur- Swansea and Lyle Porter of Port Wednesday, May 18, 1994, at the and, a deputy with, the Shiawas- Richie, Fla.; and his steppaternal Ferguson Convalescent Home in se~ \ Sheri rr Department, Shiawassee grandmother, Ernestine Williamson Lapeer. County sherirr Shiawas-Iof Swansea. Mr. Pritchard was a farmer. see County Justice or the Peace,: Memorials may be made to the Services will be held at Love captain for Grand Trunk Railroad as South Carolina Organ Procurement Funeral Home, Bancroft, Saturday, a police detectivc retiring in Agency, 181 E. Evan St., Florence, May 21, at 1 p.m. Burial will be in He also served' on the Shhlwassee SC County Board of CO!11missiotiers. Newburg Cemetery, Bancroft. The Rev. Philip D. Voss will officiate. Services will be held at Nelson- -~-,~~- The family will receive friends this lionse Funeral Homes, Durand, SUIl- Amy E. (Morley) Praay evening 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to day at 2 p.m. Pastor Tom AndersOLl Age 87, of Laingsburg, died Thurs- 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. \~il1 officiate. Burial will be in pay, Feb. 24, 1994, at the Memorial Mr. Pritchard was born in Hol- Grecnwood Cemetery, Vernon. The. Healtheare Center, Owosso. comb, Mo., May 29, The child hody will rest at the funeral home Services wiii be held at Nelson- of John and Francis (Millhouse) where the family will receive friends. House Funeral Home, Laingsburg on Pritchard. He and Rose E. Stark 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.l11. today Monday, Feb. 28 at II a.m. Thdtev. were married in Duenklin, Mo., Jan. and Saturday. There will be II Ma- Gary Hashley will officiate with burial 8, sonic service Saturday at 7 1).111.,in Laingsburg Cemetery. Visitation Survivors include: his wife, Rose; Mr. Portcr was born in Vernon will be today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sun- two sons, Ernest Pritchard Jr. of Township, Aug. 10, 1921, the son of day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Owosso and Charles Pritchard of Howard "and Hazel (Potter) Potier.. Lapeer; eight grandchildren; nine He was a 1939 graduate of Durand great-grandchildren; a brother, Paul High School. W. Pritchard of Clarkton, Mo. Mr. Porter rcsided 1110st or his life' Mr. Porter served his country dur- He was predeceased by a in the Durand area. He and Maxine ing~ World War II in the Army. daughter, a grandson, and three Reid were married Feb. 7, 1941, in Survivots include: his wife, Max- brothers. Durand. inc or Durand; a dallghter, Mrs. He attended the First United Dave (Becky) Shenk of Durand; Methodist Church in Durand, was a: three 80111>, Darwin and his wire Pat member of North N~wburg Masonic Porter of Durand, Dean and his wire, Lodge 161, F.& A.M., the COlUman- B.renda POI:ter ~~ Vemon, and DendefY, Bay City Consistory. Durand ills and h!~ WIle Te"f~ Portel\;, or Chaplc/;. and Council, and Order or, Bancroft; ten grandch!ldren; J\yo Eastern Star.-great-granddaughters. He was predcceased by five brothers m;d his pat:ents. Memorials arc suggested to!1w First United Mdhodist Church, Durand. 149

151 150 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Dorothy S. Rathbun Earl B. Rathbun Age 80, of Bancroft, passed awa) Earl B. Rathbun, 83, Pontiac, [or Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 17, merly of Morrice, diedfriday,~june 1994, at the Mercy. Hospital, 17, 1994 at the Ovid Convalescent Grayling. Manor, Ovid. Mrs. Rathbun was a homemaker. Services will be at the Love Fun Services. will be held at the Love eral HOlne, 'Bancroft, Monday, June Funeral Home,. Bancroft, Sunday, 20, 1994 at 1 p.m. The Rev. John Aug. 21, at 2:30 p.m. Burial will be Carr will officiate. in the Sanford Cemetery, Cohoctah. Burial will be in Roselawn The R~v: H~rold ~. Polkwill offici- Cemetery, Perry. ate. Vlsttation Will be today and The family will receive visitors Saturday, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. between 7 and 9 p.m. today and 2 to Mrs. Rathbun was born in Chi- 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.,cago, ~eb. 16, 1914, the daughter of'..' 'Fredenck and Olive (Hoard) Langs-. Mr. Rathbun was born m Howell ton. She attended schools in Chicago Aug. 2.3, 1909, the son of Burt and and resided most of her life in Ban- Josephme (Barlow) Rathbun. He atcroft. She and Albert J. Rathbun tended Russell and Bell Oak schools. were marrie~ in Montrose, May 10, He married Grace D. Ferrier in He died Aug. 5, She Corunna on March 26, was a member of Bancroft Congregational Church and belonged to the He was a fanner, retiring in 'Mary Guild. Survivors. include: His wife,, Survivors include: two daughters, Grace, of Lapee~; three daughters, ;Mrs. Michael (Darlyne) Reeser- Edna Grimes of Hilhnan, Barbara Flynn of Standish and Mrs. Welling- Harmon of Lapeer and.shirley Sculton (Sherrie) Cowles of Boyne Falls; ley of Hillman; five grandchildren six grandchildren: Tamie Terpening, and their spouses, Steven (Debbie) Laurie Keenan, Jamie Cox, Traci Bingoff, Bob (Cindy) Scott, Rob Round~, Shaun Cowles, Tiffanee '(Vickey) Fritz, Melanie (Joe) Metz Cowtes;three great-grandchildren; aild Debra (Leo) DeBord; and one five stepgrandchildren; 13 stepgreat~ sister, Myrtle Little of Redford. grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Bonnie llitthbun and Marie Hite.Rose M. (K~rby) Reece She was predeceased by a brother. Age 79, of Indian Rive'r, Mich., Memorials may be made to the: died Wednesday morning; Aug. 3, Bite Camp Ftind,c/o Bancroft Con- 1994, at her home.in Indian River. gregationat CI,.urch. Mrs~ Reece was.a homemaker. Private services will be held at a Maxine' Preston later date. Mrs.. Reece was born in Saginaw on Aug. 30, 1914, the daughter of John and Theresa (Rusch) Magyar. She a.tended Saginaw schools. She "was married. to Lowell J. Kerby, who passed away in 1976, Age 61, of Perry died Thursday, March 3, 1994, at Memorial Healthcard.Center, Owosso. Cremation will take' place today, March S. She was a homemaker and was employed for 13 years as a bus driver for Lansing Area Schools.. She liked travelling and Koala bears. She was born 'on Oct. 22, 1934, in Lansing, Mich. She is loved and will be missed by her family while she continues life in heaven: Survivors include: her husband, Sam Preston; son, Craig Sul~ivan; daughter, Penny and husband William stroub; three grandchildren, Tabitha, Adam and Michelle, she then married Sll'ffiu~l Reece in September of 1978 in Flint. Survivors include: her husband, Samuel of Indian River; two daughters, Mrs. Jack (Janis) Ackerson of Corunna and Mrs. John (Donna) Boone of Oklahoma; brother, Donald (Norma) Magyar of Chesaning; 10 grandchildren, 12 greatgrandc.hildren; several nieces and nephews. Mrs.. Reecy was, predeceased by her first husband, Lowell J. Kerby. Memorials may be made to Friends of Hospice. Arrangements' by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Doris Jean Randall' Age 62, of Swartz Creek, passed away Wednesday, May 18, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Miss Randall was employed by Kelly Home Health Care as a nurses aide and also worked the t:notel and restaurant business in the past. Services will be held at Sharp Funeral Homes, Miller Rd.. Chapel. on Friday, May 20 at 2 p.m. Pastor Robert B. Stephan will officiate with,burial in Flint Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m.. Miss Randall was born in Flint on Dec. 15, 1931, the daughter of: Shirly and GHdeth (Sniff) Randall. She re3ided in Swartz Creek for the' past four years, coming from Flint. She was a member of the Chesaning Seventh Day Adventist Church. Survivors include: two sisters, Emma Bradley of Swartz Creek and Eileen Byers of Owosso; sister-inlaw i Betty Randall of Marion, Mich.; many nieces and nephews. Miss Randall was. preceded in death by her parents, brother, Russell Randall and brother-in-law, Fred Bradley. Memorial contriblitions may be made to the Owosso Seventh Day Adventist Church. Funeral arrangements. by Sharp Funeral Homes, Miller Rd. Chapel. Earl B. Rathbun Earl B. Rathbun, 83, Pontiac, for- merly of Morrice, died Friday, June 17, 1994 at the Ovid Convalescent Manor, Ovid. Services will be at the Love Funt:ra1 Home, Bancroft, Monday, June ''4'0, 1994 at 1 p.m. The Rev. John 'Cart will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery, Perry. The family will receive visitors between, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.. Marion E. Ratcliffe...1 ', Age 80; of Durand, f0l1nerly of Manton, Mich., died Saturday, Sept at. her residence. A me~orial. serviee will be held. It Streeter Funeral I-\ome, Byron, thu;sday, Sept. 29, 1994, at 7 p.m

152 Leslie O. Mclnally Owosso Argus-press 1994 Raymond L. Montney Ruth L. Rasdale Age 86, of Elsie, died Monday, Age 91, of Alma and formerly of Age 80, of Byron died Monday, Jan. 24, 1993, at Hazel Findlay Byron and Flint died Thursday, Dec. Nov. 28, 1994, at his residence. Country Manor, St. Johns. '8, 1994, at the Michigan Masonic Mr. Montney' worked as an as- Services will be held at Smith Home, Alma. sembler at Buick Motors Plant 36 Funeral Homes, Elsi~, Chapel, Mr. McInally retired as a traffic retiring in 1974 after 38 years of Thursday, Jan. 27, at 11 'a.m. Burial 'manager from DuPont Company af- service. will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, St. ter 35 years of service. Services will be held I p.m. Wed- Louis. The Rev. Fred Fischer will Services will be held at 11 a.m.' nesday, Nov. 30, 1994, at the Byron officiate. Visitation will be today 7 Monday, Dec. 12 at Streeter Funeral Baptist Church, Byron. Pastor Larry to 9 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 9 Home, Byron. The Rev. Robert H. Wilson will officiate with burial in p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 Koch will officiate with burial in Umon. P I aills. Cemetery, Byron. '" P m and 7 to 9 P.m. Byron Cemetery. The family will Visitation will be at the Streeter Mrs. Rasdale was born in Ashley, receive visitors at the funeral home Funeral Home, Byron today 11 a.m. July 1, 1907, the daughter of Charles on Saturday 1 to 9 p.m. and Sunday to 9 p.m. with the family being and Margaret (Sperry) Green.' She 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. graduated from Ashley High School present both days 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 Memorials are suggested to the in She and Joseph Rasdale to 9 p.m. A Masonic memorial ser- Byron Baptist Church. I,,:ere ~arried in Ashle~ in He vice will,be held Sunday evening at Mr. Montney was born in Mt.dled.1ll ~958. She resided m,ost of 7 p.m. Morris, Mich. on May 14, 1914, the. her hfe In St. Johns and ElsIe. Mr. McInally was born in Otis- son of Elmer H. and Grace (Beers) I Mrs. Rasdale was a homemaker ville, Mich. on June 3, 1903, the son Montney. He had resided in the ~nd a.member of the Literary Club of Elmer C. and Mabel (Courts) Byron area since In ElSie., McInally. He had resided in Alma On Nov he and Alice Survivors include: seven children, since 1992, moving there from the I Mosher were ;narried in Bay City. Virginia Millard of Northport, Char.; Byron and Flint are,as. Mr. Montney was a member of the les and Joan Rasdale of St. Johns, On Aug. 14, 1930, he and Mildred, Byron Baptist,Church, where he, Patricia Casurella, of Chicago, James DeVore Forbes were married in served as a church deacon Sunday i Rasdale of Chicago, Joanne KeIIer Ohio. She predeceased him on June' school superintendent,' Sunday, ma~n of Chicago, Joseph Rasdale of 24, school teacher and served on the ChIcago, Linda and Arlan Bushman Mr. McInaJly was a member of I building committee. of Chicago; 13 grandchildren; and the First Congregational Church of Mr. Montney served in the U.S. 22 great-grandchildren. purand, past master and former sec- Coast Guard du~ing World War II. She was predeceased by her paretary of the Flint Lodge #23 F. & Survivors include: his wife, Alice; rents, a sister, and two brothers; A.M. This Sunday Mr. McInaIly four daughters, Brenda and husband Memorials may be made to the was to be presented with a 70 year Wayne Walworth Jr. of Corunna, charity of donor's choice. pin from the lodge. He was also a Dianne and husband Nick Morales Doris Jane Paine member of the DuPont Retirees. of Byron, Karen and husband Pat Club. Mr. Mclnally loved to travel Couchman of Byron, Anne and hus- Age 47, of 915 Iowa Circle, and for several years wintered in band Dan Cheadle of' Byron; 11 Green River, Wyo. died suddenly a1 Mesa, Ariz. grandchildren, Jeremy, Justin and her home, Nov. 16, Survivors include: three grand- Sarah Walworth, Kristian, Alissa Mrs. Paine wasbom in Owosso children, Patricia and husband Clay- and Bethany Morales, Joshua, kiron on July 24, 1941, daughter of Ivan ton Tewksbury of Grapevine, Texas, and Zach Schuyler, Jason and,jesse, and Ruth Thornton. She attended Jerry and wife Karen Forbes of By- Che'adle; two brothers, Donald school in Byron., ron,' Dale and wife Rhonda Forbes Montney of Drayton Plains; Russell' She 'married Larry Paine on July of Roanoke, Va.; eight great- and wife Kay Montneyof New 24, 1977, in Green River, WYOt. and grandchildren, Clayton Jr., Jennifer Jersey; two sisters, Mrs. George had resided there since. "J, and Bob Tewksbury, Tony Forbes, (Thelma) Harris of California, Mrs. Survivors include: her' husband, Heather, Hannah, Hillary and Heath Francis (Ruth) Clark of Burton; sev- Larry of Green River; her mother, For b e s ; two g rea t - g rea t - eral nieces, nephews and cousins. Ruth Richardson of Owosso, her grandchildren, Brandon and Brice Mr. Montney was preceded in father Ivan of Missouri; her adoptive' Tewksbury; two sisters, Mrs. Gor- death by his parents, two brothers mother, Monta Jean Robertson of don (Ruth) Davis of Otisville, Mrs. and one sister. Byron; two sons, 'David Paine of Fred (Dorothy) Baker of Lennon; Fort Campbell, Ky. and Adam. at sister-in-law, Mrs. Aubrey (Esther) Donald' E. Revard rome; three daughters, Bonnie Paine Mclnally. of Swartz Creek; several Age 76, of Bellflower Can d of Flagstaff, Ariz., Evelyn Meadows nieces nephews and cousins. formerly of Owosso dl'e'd WI d" an,of Flushing, Helen Kelly of Belding;,, e nes- 'b h D ';I' h. Mr. Mclnally was predeceased by day, Sept. 21, 1994 in Downe rot er, ale T ornton of Wmnea son Jerry Forbes, two brothers W.. Calif. ' y, :mucca, Nev.; two brothers byadop-, I M. Keith and Aubrey and one sister' 'A U. S. Marine serving in the' bon,.tom Fultz of New Or!eans,' Vivienne Weeks. ' South Pacific during World W II La., Jun Fultz of Byron; two SIsters, Memorials are suggested to the Mr. Revard was a ti'al'ner and ar ':, Connie Paksi of Ovid and Lois care-, M I f G'II. First Congregational Church of Dur- ' taker of harness racing horses. lore. 0 reenvi e and,a sister by and or the Michigan Masonic Home. Services were held at the ~h I I adoption, Monta Hayes of Byron; Arrangements by Streeter Funeral of the Chimes, Inglewood,ta~f; gr~ndmother, Ivah FuIler;.six gtand- Home, Byron. Sept. 26, 1994, with burial in l~~ children and several nteces.and glewood Park Cemetery. nenhews. 151

153 152 Lawrence L. Petitti.. Age 70, of Corunna died Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1994, at his home. ' Mr. Petitti retired in. the early 1980's after 20 years of service in quality. control of the Singer Corp. in Milwaukee, Wis. He was also the former owner/operator of the Dairy Queen in Charlevoix. SerVices will be held at the St. Joseph Catholic Church, Owosso on Friday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. The Rev. Fr. David Fisher will officiate with burial in Ft. Custer National CelTIetery. Friends may call at the' Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel,! Owosso today 6 to 9 p.m. There will be a rosary service this evening at' 7:30. Mr. Petitti was born in Calumet, Mich. on July 9, 1924, the son of John and Pead (Dbubala) Petitte. He had resided in. Corunna for the past three years moving from West Bend, Wis. Mr. Petitti previously Iiv~d in Mission~ Texas.. Mr. Petitti was a member of the st. Joseph Catholic Church, Owosso, life member of the Disabled American Veterans and a member' of the American Legion, Laurium, Mich. Mr. Petitti was a radio operator in the U.S. Army during World War n. Be was captured by the Germans on Dec. 19, 1944, at the Battle of the Bulge, was imprisoned in a concentration.camp and ~released on Good Friday, Survivors include: a daughter, Mrs. Dan (Frankie) Bonner of Corunna; sons, Mario Petitti of Madera, Calif., Rocco Petitti of Milwaukee, Wis.; three grandchildren, Carissa Bonner, Sarah Bonner and Lisa Petitti; a sister, Mrs. Chuck (Ann) Chopp of Calumet; a niece, Paula Hartmann of Manchester; twonephews, Larry (Sue) Chopp of Flushing, Jack (Rose) Petitte of West Bend, Wis'. Mr. Petitti was predeceased by his mother and father, one sister Pearl, two brothers Frankie and John, one daughter Theresa, one granddaughter Beth Ann, one grandson Michael. Memorials are suggested to the St. Joseph Catholic Church. Arrangements by the Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Owosso Argus-press 1994 Louis David Polash Wallace W. Reid Age 76, of Ash'ley, died Wednes- Age 72, of Litchonia, Ga. died day, Nov. 30, 1994; at his home. Tuesday, Nov. I, 1994, at the Veter Mr. Polash was retired from Gen- ans Hospital in Atlanta Ga. eral M?tors ~n Flint.. Mr. Reid was the pre~ident of the Serv.lCes wil/be held at St. Cyril's Cemetery Development Corporation. Cathohc Church, Bannister, Satur- Mr. Reid was born March 19, day, Dec. 3, 1994, at 10 a.m. A 1922, the son of Wallace and rosary w~1l b~ pray~d Friday at 7 Martha (Malaz~an) Reid. He grap.m. Bur~a[ WIll be 1ll Ford Cemet- duated from Corunna High School ery, GratIOt County. Fr. R. K. LeF-in leur wi~1 officiate. Visitation will be On.Nov. 29, 1947, he and the at SmIth Funeral Homes, Elsie fonner Betty Schulthies were Chapel, today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday married. 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 Survivors include: his wife, Betty; to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. two daughters, Diane and Jim WiI Mr. Polash was born in New Iiams of Loomis, Calif., Janice and York, N.Y., Nov. 11, 1918, the son Jerry Talian of Litchonia; two of Stephan and Agatha (Liptak) Pol- grandchildren, Carrie and Matt Witash. He graduated from Ithaca High Iiams; two sisters, Maxine Porter of School. He and Enna Rose Gasper Durand, Donna and Paul Sinnott of,were.married ~t St. Michael's Lake, Mich.; a brother, Russell and CatholIc Church III Maple Grove on Lillian Reid of Stockbridge, Ga.,J~ne. 14.' 1941: He resided most of. Mr. Reid was predereq~ed by his Ins!tfe m GratIot County and retired,parents., >~:' to Houghton Lake for 17 years. Condolences may.:be "sent to: 165 He was a memb'er of St. Cyril's Iue Fontaine Litthonia GA ~atholic Church, Bannister and Our _ 'i-., - -. Jady of the Lake, Houghton Lake. ~e served in World War II and is a Jerry,K. Reimel jft{ member of the Hemlock V.F.W. rost 73-2, Knights of Columbus Age 56, of ~urand, died Friday, Council 6548, Houghton Lake. Feb. 18, 1994, at the Memorial : Survivors include: his wife, Erma Healthcare Center,Owosso. Rose Polash of Ashley; eight Private services will be held Mondaughters, Patricia and Robert day for the family with pastor Terry Federspiel of Chesaning, Catherine Miller officiating. Burial will be in,and David Perkett of Lapeer, Pamela Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. and Paul Miscak of Ithaca, Cecilia The body will rest at Nelson Polash of Ashley, Frances and Ken House Funeral Homes, Inc.-Durand. Albaugh.of Midland, J.ulie and.iiank The family will receive friends today: Matulewlcz of Banmster, Mildred from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. ' and Thomas Siegrist of Lansing, Mr. Reimel was born iriowosso Stephanie and Ronald Burgess of June 22, 1937, the son ofwiljjam Mt. Pleasant; six sons, David ~nd and Dorothy (Nelson) Reimel.. Mary Polash of St: Louis, Paul and A 1956 graduate of Durand High Dorothy Polash, MIchael and Debbie Sc.hool, Mr. Reimel resided in the Pol ash, Thomas Polash, Louis and: Durand-Lennon area all of his life. Clara Polash, and Mark Polash, all' On Nov. I, 1958, he and Glenda of Ashley; 29. grandchildren;. seven Thomas were married lo'portaustin, great-grandchildren; four Sisters, Michigan. Irene Bakos of Tucson, Ariz., Rose Mr. Reimer worked for General Wesley, of Owosso,.Ann Gross of Motors at its Parts Operation in Chesanmg, Mary Malke of Chesan- Swartz Creek. ing; three brothers, William Polash Survivors include: His wife; two of Houghto.n Lake, Steve Polash of sons, Keith Allyn (Wanda) offlor Tucson, A~IZ., and. Joseph Polash of ida and Brian Lee of Durand; a Laguna HIlls, Caltf... grandson, Kevin; his mother, Dor He was predeceased by his pa- othy Behnke of Durand; two rents, two sons. James and. Gerald" brothers, Wilbur (Helen) and Nelson Morse Parks,and a da~lghter-m-iaw Joyce. I (Norma), of Durand; three sisters, Age 64, of Honor and formerly of'. Memonals may. be made to Gra-Gloria Harding of Lennon, Mrs. Ron Durand died March 17, 1994, at his bot County. Ho~plce... (Eileen) Hawley' of Swartz Creek residence. ~he family IS bemg served ~y and Mrs. Jl,lel (Peggy) Abrams of A memorial service will be held Smltl: ~uneral Homes, 221 E. Mam Swartz Creek;, nieces and nephews. Sunday, June 5,1 t04 p.m. atthe home St., ElSIe.. Mr. Reimer. was predeceased by. of Emmagean Townsend, 605 Spring his father.. St., Duralld, Mel)1orial contributions are left to the donor's choice.

154 Cleon W. Reed Opal R. Reule Owosso Argus-press d, Age 88, of Owosso died Sund~y, Orlm CornelIus Ree i Oct. 9, 1994, at the Memonal.. " Age 83, of S. M-52, Owosso, di~dl Healthcare Center, Owosso. Age 86, of Byron died ThursdaY'Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1994~ at the Shl~-, Mrs: Reule was a homemaker. April 21,. 1994, at McLaren Reg-wassee County Medical Care Factl- Services wiii be held at the joual Medical Cente~, Flint.. '"ity, Conmna:. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel,. Mr. Reed was chief engllleer at Mr Reed was a dairy and crop Owosso on Tuesday, Oct. II, 10 McDonald Dairy in Flint retiring infarm~r. a.m. The Rev. Fr. Greg Tourno~x Services wiii be held at Nelson- will officiate with burial in Oak HIli Services will be held Sunday, House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Cemctery. Friends may call Tues- April 24th, 2:30 p.m. at Streeter:Thursday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. Pastor day, Oct. II, 9 a;\11. until time of Funeral Home, Byron. The Rev. ical Emerson will officiate. There service at the funeral home. Robe'rt 'Schoenhals will officiate will be a graveside service at Blaine Mrs. Reule was born in Owosso with burial in Argen~ine C~I.ll~ter~ Township Cemetery, Benzie ~OU?ty on June 2, 1906, th~ daughter.of A Masonic Memonal Service will on Friday at 10:30 a.m. ViSitation Stanley and Ruth (KlIlsey) Babbitt.! be held Saturday evening, 7 p.m., by twill be at the funeral home today I She had resided in Owosso all her 'the Byron Lodge #80 F&AM at the ftom2 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from" life. funeral home."' 3 tb 9 p.m.. On June 26, 1927, she and Donald The family wiii receive friends at Mr.' Reed was born in penzie Reule were married in Owosso. She the funeral home today and Saturday County on Dec. 24, 1910, the son of! attended Christ Episcop~l Ch~rch. 2 to 5 p.iil. and 7 to 9 p.m..orlin L. and Grace Loretta (Snyder)! Survivors include: a sister-ill-law, Memorial donations are suggested' Reed. He had resided in Owosso Irene Babbitt of Owosso;.close to the Byron Area, Ambulance Ser- since 1945.,. friends, Clara Carpenter and Richard vice or the First United Methodist On April 18, 1943, he and Lyora and Carol Hanchett.. Church of Byron... Demerly were married in.?wos~o. Mrs. Reule was pre4~ceased by Mr, Reed was born III Argentllle Survivors include: his Wife, her husband, Donald and one Township, Mich. on May" 12, 1907; Leora' two sons and their wives, brother, Lee Babbitt. the "son of Frank~nd El~nice ~Bor~t) Bruc; F. (Theresa) ~eed of. Oakley; Memori.als are suggested to the ~eed. He had resided his entire life and Donal? L. (LIla: ~l~er. of\ Christ Episcopal Church. III Genesee County..! Owosso; SIX grandchildren, five - On Nov. 4, 1929;. he ~nd Ev.elyn great-grandchildren; three stepgrand-'! James W. Rhanor T~lIing wer~ ~arrted m Games, 'children and onestepgreat-grandson. Age 69, of Byron died Sunday, Mich. She. died m 197~. 'Mr. Reed was pr~deceased by five May 22, 1994, at his residence.. Mr. Reed was a ~ember of the brothers and one sister ''':''\ Mr. Rhanor was a farmer, havlllg,first United M~thodlst, Church of Memorials maybe ma~e to t~~ owned and opcrated his own fann. Byron and,a hfe member' of the Education Fund for Dame! Orlln Graveside services will be Wed Byron Lodge #80 F&AM. He was Reed..; ncsday May 25, at 11 a.m. at Sanalso an. avid~olfer. 'E' dloth (Henry) -Reed. fdrd C~metery, Cohoctah. The Rev. SurVIvors 1I1clu~e: daughters,... Jean Love will officiate. Janet and husband, JI111 Scott of Port Age 80, of Lansing died Wednes-! Visitation will be at Streeter Fun Charlotte, ~la., Judy and husband,day; Feb. 2, 1994, at Ingham Medi- eral Home, Byron Tuesday, 5 to 9 Richard Oltve~ of B~ron; a, son, ;,c~1 Center, Lansing. p.m.., Walter and WIfe Manon Reed of: Edith was born Dec. 1, 1913, in Memorial donations are suggested Durand; ~,daughter-in-law, Mrs: RO"- Mpbile, Ala. ' i to the Oak Grove United Methodist ger (Patncla) Reed of Port Charlotte, i She resided in Perry and Lansing!Church. Fla.; 11 grandchildren; seven great-most of her life. : Mr. Rhanor was born in Benton gr~ndchildren; one brother, J~ck and. She was predeceased by her first i County, Ind. on Aug. 18, 1924, the Wife, Vera Re~d of Durand, many husband Ivan Hemy and second hus- son of James and Cora (Mauck) special sisters-lil:law and brothers- :barid Mel Reed.. Rhanor. He h,id resided in the Byron in-law; several meces, nephews and, Survivors include: her son, Ivan area since 1988, moving from cousins:., '. "Pete" (Joyce) Henry; two grand- Cohoctal\ Mr. Reed was preceded 1I1 death I daughters and five great-, On Ap~i1 13, 1957, he and Joanne by a son, Roger and three brothers. grandchildren. ' 'L. Baker were married in Oak A memorial service will be.held Grove, Mich. He attended Oak Tillman H. Reeser at 'Nclson-House Funeral Homes, Grove United Methodist Church. Age 58, of 9595W. M-21, Ovid LaRowe Chapel, Perry on Saturday,' Survivors include: his wife, died Monday; Feb. 14, 1994, at the Feb. 5 at 1 p.m. with visitation two Joanne; two sons, James Rhanor of Clinton Memorial Hospital, St. Johns. hours prior to the service. Paw Paw, John and wife Rebecca Mr. Reeser was a factory worker. Mrs. Reed was'a lifetime member Rhanor of Paw Paw; three daught- Services will be held Thursday, of the Eastern Star. ers, Mrs. Kenneth (Virginia) Clontz Feb. 17, 11 a.m. at the Houghton of Fowlerville, Ms. Catherine Rha- Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid. Mary C. Rittenhurg nor of Ashland, Ala., Mrs. Rick The Rev. Robert Magee will officiate i Age 88, of Laingsburg, died Tues- (June) Dyer of Clarksville; his with burial in Maple Grove Cemetery. 'day, June 7, 1994, at Ovid Convales- father, James Rhanor of Byron; elecent Manor. ven grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. There will be no services. Arrange- Wayne (Jean) DeLong of Hough.tori Inents were handled by the Nelson- Lake; nieces, nephews and cousms, House Funeral Home, Laingsburg. Mr. Rhanor was predeceased by his mother and one sister, Dorothy Hittle. 15 3

155 154 Glen H. Rhinebolt Owosso Argus-press 1994 George L. Rhoades Age 66, of 4600 W. Britton Rd., Age 73, of Durand, beloved hus Perry, formerly of Owosso, passed band of Mary, dear father and away Thursday, Jan. 6,.1994, at grandfather, passed away peacefully Mel1lorialHealthca're Center, at his home Sunday, July 17, Elizabeth (Schuyler) Rhodes I Age 9l, of Swarlz Creek,died,this morning, Thursday, Oct. 13, 1994, at the Durand Convalescent Owosso.' George was born in Emlenton, Pa. ivtr. Rhinebolt had been employed on June 9, 192\, the son of Guy and Center. Mrs. Rhodes was a telephone by,the Owosso Refuse Service. Alzina (Hess) Rhoades. He attended There will be no funeral service. Salem Schools through high school. operator.. ' ",.funeral services will be heidi at Tht:);,body will be cremated. Visita- He served in World War II as a Nelsoh-House Funeral Homes, Durtion will be at the Whelpley-Martin/navigator with the 100th Bomb, ',,' S' d t15 tl pm Fun, eral Home in, New Lothrop, Sa- 'IGrollP and retired from the Air /Rp- and. l n '.,aitubr?y, G c. 'o~ Cel~et' turday,",2 to 6 p.m. serves as a Lt. Colonel. He 'wa8~ a I BUrla WI e ITn re;'ll."; l. 'II, b; h M ' 'Rh' bib '." f M' h' St t U ' ery Vernon. e, ~anll y WI, 1', me 0 t was om III Lm- graduate 0, IC Igan a e nlver-, ",'f:" d for visitaden;' April 22, 1927, the son of Joe sity where he received a masters ~resenht. to [ec~lve f:ne~ 7 8 to '9' pm d Ed ( h '.' I tlon t IS evel1lng rom.. an < na Frenc) Rh mcbolt. He degree 111 agncu ture., d,"d f: 2 t 4', and 7 to had resided in Owosso from 1965 to He worked for and retired from an rrt ay rom 0 p.m. " iju!y, 1993, coming from Gladwin. l0tin Chemical Corporation. 9 p;m. 'Rh' d' ' b, 'In Burt H 'd Sh.. ' des h ff, Mrs 0 es was om,, " e G m!l d. arodn DeB s l w g e S r 8 e marned: H~ dan. Ml9asryl. c e er were Mich.' on Sept.. 28, 1903, the III a WIll, ec.,.,marne III "d d td (Koan) Survivors include: his wife, Sha- I They had four, children:, Karen, jdaughter of Fre ;~ B ~ Scl oots ron; four daughters, Diane Rhinebolt 'jspatz of Monroe, Ohio, Mrs, Greg ',: Jo~nson.. :I~e attel~ e f h Hf: in 'of Chesaning, Thelma Rhinebolt of (Cheryl) Gulick of Bancroft, Mark: an r~sl e m OS 0, er Owosso, Mary Lou and husband 'land Karen Rhoades of Bancroft,, Duran. Ii '. d t,howard Craig Irish of Owosso, Patricia and I Mrs. Dwight (Sue) Napier 0 f Mia-, She was. dustt' hmarrtle W~11'atn V h b d '. h' d 12 d I'ld Schuyer l an en 0, I 1., us an Terry Arnold of OWOSSO;" nllsburg, 10 an,gran Cli reno '. 1944' D t' 't H di d two sons, Richard Rhinebolt of He was predeceased by his pa- I ~odes III ' Ill, e 1'01. e e Gladwin and Billy Joe Rhinebolt of rents and one brother, Edward. ',Ill, 195~.. I d'! ' d h'ter P,. h d h'ld I d d' (.. h' Survivors IllC u e: one aug, erry; elg t gran c I. ren; two i George ove. sp~n 1I1g. line 111 t ems' T W ' '(Wilda) Perkins OF brothers, Nelson and WIfe Dorothy 'garden and With hlsfanllly. r " C k' ' R 11 h (Rita)' Rhinebolt of Montrose, Ralph and " Friends may call at the Nelson-. SW:li~, re~ ~~:~:~eo~'th~e~grandw i f e Jan e t R h i neb 0 It 0 f I House Funeral Homes, Durand to- Sc.t l ;?, er. 0 0 broihers Howard Pennsylvania, ',day 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will cl,11 rd en ), Jtw,. f V'rn nand H i i d d b h h Id' h W'II' N R t (Mall '0 111son 0 e 0 e ~as pre ecease,y' IS pa- ; be e at t e t lam'. uper G or e (Edith) Johnson of Roscpmrents, a granddaughter, and a,mortuary, Knox, Pa., Thursday 1,e.g fi'. tel's Mar e Kurap of brother.,p.m. with Rev, Kathleen Anderson ,. ouir SIS \' t n g l' Dllrand A d W b Wh " I I'... I '11 b ' S I Detroit a 0 vel' 0 0 ',, ~rangel11ents y, e p ey- officlatmg. Buna WI e m a em Mrs Burdette (tva)' McMichael of Martlll Fun~ral, Home, " New Lothron. Lutheran. Cemetery, S, alem, Pa, ' S" wart C' ree 'k an d P au I' Ille,Sw'lhart of Sr. Eileen Rice O.P. Memonals are suggested to Fus! 1 'd ' ) Congregational Church of Durand.,F Os 111 a, " 'd 'd 'b'y three - -,, ' Ie was pre ecease "Age 49, died Monday, Jan, 10, Alice M. Ringler brothers and two sisters. 1994, at her home in Adrian. Funeral mass will,be Friday, Jan. Age 75, of Chesaning, passed 14, 1994, 11 a.m. at the Lumen away Wednesday; Sept 21, 19<?4, at Chapel, Adrian Dominican the Memorial,Healthcaie Center, Doris M. Rickerd Age 66, of Chesaning, died Sun Motherhouse. Owosso.,day morning, Nov. 13, 1994, at St. Sr, Eileen was born Oct. 8, 1944, Mrs. Ringler, had 1110yedto Cheat Lukes Hospital, Saginaw. Coral Gables, Fla. to Phillip and saning in 1975 frolll Sault Ste. Mrs. Rickerd was a homemaker. Denise (McCartney) Rice, She at- Marie where, she fwd worked for Services will be held at Walkertended Sf. Paul School, Owosso gra- Kresge. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning, dtiating in She joined the Funel'al l11ass will 'be on Saturday, Tuesday at 1 p.m. The Rev. George Dominican Congregation on Sept. 8, Sept. 24 at 10 a.lll. at Our Lady of Ward will officiate. A graveside service Her life work was teaching. Perpetual Help Catholic Church, will be held at Columbus Survivors include: her mother,,chesaning.fr. Jeffrey Donner will Denis,e, Rice; five sisters, Dr. Susan officiate with, burial at Resurrection Rice, Rosemary Rice, Dr. Jane Rice, Ccmetery, Chesaning., Friends may Elizabeth Rice, Mary Rice; three call at the Misiuk Funel'al Home of Township Cemetery, McMillan, Thursday at I p.m. Friends may'c,all. at the 'funeral home today after 4 ]p.m. brothers, David, Thomas, Michael Chesaning on Friday after 2 p.lli. A Rice and many nieces and nephews. Scripture service will be held a! the She is also survived by her grand- funeral home Friday evening at 7 mother, Maude Rice. p.m. ' She was predeceased by her Survivors include:, her son and father, Phillip in 1966 and a sister daughter-ill-law, Russell and Ethel Maureen Norman in Ringler of Chesaning; two grand- Memorial gifts may be made to daughters, Dawn (Robert) Shanafelt AElrian Dominican Sisters, 1257 E. and Mary Ringler; her brothcr, Siena Heights Dr., Adrian, Ml Robert Mclvlinn of Colorado; niany nieces and nephews.,1i1gler was" 111'eceded in ",1 y three sisters and one L$ -ivlvl11orials may be' made to the Arthritis FOlindatiDn. 'Ftllleral arrangements by Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesu11ing.

156 G~orge E. Richards Age 77, of Orchard St., Owosso ;died Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, at his 'home. Mr. Richards was employed, with brakes Refinery retiring in Mr. Richards was born on July 14, 1917, the son of Harrison and Esther (Blaker) Richards. He l11ar-: ried Helen B. Townsend on June 6, in Adrian. Mr. Richards served in the U.S. Army in He had lived in the Adrian area until i I Mr. Richards attended the Na-! Izarene Church of Owosso and for IInerly attended the Raisin Valley ifriends Church of Adrian. He was ian avid golfer and family man.! Mr Richards is survived by: his iwire,.,helen; two daughters, Mrs.!Robert (Marilyn) Burnham, Mrs. idmine (Joyce) Cribley both of Grand Ledge; two brothers and their wives Dorman and Delores Richards, Richard and Gertrude Richards all of Adrian; two sisters and their husbands, Mabel and Robert 'McAdam of Adrian, Charlotte and Ronald Hoetlor HopkinsviIle, Ky.; IS grandchildren; 20 greatgrandchildren. Mr. Richards was predeceased by three brothers, Roger, Russell and Mahlon. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m.' Thursday, Nov. 3 at the Anderson Funeral Home, Adrian with Rev. Lawrence' Cox officiating. Interment will be iri Oakwood Cemetery, Adrian.Friends"may call today 2 to 4 p:m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funer!!1 home.,. Memorial contributions may be,made to the American Heart Association... Owosso Argus-press 1994 Eleanor G. Robbins Age 66 of Owosso, died Saturday, Jan. is, 1994, at.the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. The funeral for Mrs. Robbins will be held Monday at I p.m. at, Jennings-Lyons Cha~el.with Re~. Robert H. Koch officlatmg. A prtvate family burial service will be held at Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. Visitation at the funeral chapel will be today from 2-4 and 7-9 p,m. Mrs. Robbins was born June 23, J 927, in Durand, the daughter of Clarence and Lora (Pierce) Parlett. She resided most of her life in the Bancroft and Owosso area. Deric D. Robinson Mrs. Robbins was a tife member '. of the Order of Eastern Star #225, Age 28, of Owosso, died Wednes- Bancroft, and served as Worthy day, Aug. 3, 1994, at th~ McPherson Matron. Hospital in Howell, MIch. She was also a member of the Deric served in the.u.s.. Marin~s. Shiawassee Dog & Gun Club. He. was emp~oyed with his ~amlly. Mrs. Robbins spent many years as busmess Robmson Tree ServIce of a home health, provider. She was for Owosso. merly employed at the Durand Con, Services will be held at Jennings- valescent Center and Midland-Ross. Lyons Funeral Chapel,,Owosso on She was a foster parent for many Saturday, Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. Pastor. I years. Mike Black will officiate with buna Survivors include: Two daughters, in Oak Grove Cemetery, Owosso. Mrs. Kent (Ellen) Arlwld of Mos Visitation will be at the funeral, withrow, Idaho and Mrs. Richard the family present to meet friends, (Linda) Bradley of Durand; one so~, today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday Kenneth Robbins of Durand; SIX from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. grandchildren, a great-grandson; two Mr. Robinson was born in sisters, Mrs. Floyd (Leone) Young Owosso on Aug. 19, 1965, the son of Lansing and, Mrs. Donald (Fl~rof William L. Robinson and Remi abelle) Johns of Barryton; special D. Werner. He graduated from friend Leslie Sexton of Vernon; and Owosso High School in He three brothers, Edward (Margaret), was a life-long Owosso resident. Frye of Bancroft, Daniel Baumgard He was a former member of FFA, ner of Vernon and Robert (Jean) Owosso High School Choral. He Parlett of Midland. had been in long term care since Mrs. Robbins was predeceased by 1986, and currently resided at Wil- abrother and two sisters. lowbrook Rehabilitation F'acility in Memorial contributions are sugo Howell since gested to the American Lung ar es.' 0 InSOn Survivors include: his mother, Association. Age 84, formerly of Greenville, Remi D. Werner of Owosso; father, Ch I M R b. Mich. died Monday, Dec. 26, 1994, William L. Robinson of Owosso; JOn W: Roebuck :in;~zephyrhills, Fla.. three brothers, William (Mona) Ro- Age 48, of Chesaning, died sud- ~He was a native of Shiawassee r binson of Ovid, Destin F. Robinson denly Thursday, March 17, 1994; at Co~mty, and was retired chief of',of Owosso and Jason E. Robinson of Hurley Medical Center, Flint. security at the Fisher Body Division Owosso; sister, Mrs. Jame,S (De- Services will be held Monday, of General Motors. \ vena) Reidl of Phoenix, Ariz.; sev- March 21 at 11 a.m. Rev. Fr. Ken- He is survi,ve<.i by: his wife, Alice; eral aunts, uncles, nieces and neth Yaroch will officiate with burone son, Jerry Robinson of Chicago nephews.. \', ialin St. Mary's Cemetery. Heights, Ill.; stepdaughter, Beverly Mr. Robinson was predeceased by Visitation will be at the Walker. Salley of Owego, N.Y.; stepsons, one sister. and his grandparents. Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning :Ralph Salley, Richard Salley and Memonals may be made to the Friends may call on Sunday fron David Munger all of Mexico, N.Y., Michigan Head Injury ~liiance or 1-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m., then at thl,ernest Salley of Phoenix" Ariz., Shiawassee Humane SocIety. church on Monday after 10 a.m.,robert Munger of Palermo, N Y.; F~neral arrangements by, Memorials are suggested to th sister, Elizabeth Schautz of Durand;,four grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. Jennmgs-Lyons Chapel, Owosso. children's edu9ation fund. The funeral service will be held at 11 :30 a.m., today, 'Dec. 29 at the. Menloriaf doliations can be made Richey-Richardson Chapel in Zephyrhills, Fla.. to the American Heart Association 155

157 156 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Audrey A. Roach Manuel c. Ro~riguez Verold (Bud) Rolfe Age 73, of New Lothrop died Age 70, of Elsie.died Wednesday, Age 69, of Elsie passed away Saturday, Nov. 19, 1994, at Flint Feb. 9, 199~, at his.home. '., suddenly Saturday, Aug. 27, 1994, Osteopathic Hospital. Mr. Rodnguez retired from MI- at the Carson City Hospital. Mrs. Roach was the Hazelton chigan Milk Producers of Ovid in Mr. Rolfe was a veteran of the Township treasurer for 21 years, 1987, after 37 ye~rs of service.. U.S. Anny and had.been a farmer. since Services will be held at the SmIth He married Betty Schroeder on Services will be held at the S1. Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel on Sa- Feb. 15, Michael Catholic Cllurch, Maple turday, Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. Fr. John His wife survives him as does his Grove Township on Wednesday, Weis and Pastor Phil Beavers will mother C. Ula Rolfe. Also left to Nov. 23, 11 a.m. The Rev. Fr. Do- officiate with burial in Riverside mourn him are his children!}nd their nald G. Dueweke will officiate with Cemetery, Elsie. Friends may call at spouses, Linda and Darrell Marshall burial in St. Michael Cemetery. the chapel. today 7 to 9 p.m. and of Elsie Ben and Dawn Rolfe of Friends may call at the Whelpley- Friday 2 to 9 p.m. with the family Elsie, S~t. Dan and Julie Rolfe of Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop being prese!1t 2 to 4 y.m. and 7 to 9 Newport News, Va., Davi? ~olfe of after 1 p.m. today. There will be a p.m. Elsie' and his fiancee HeIdi Swartprayer service Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at, Mr.. Rodriguez was born in csan zmiller; eight grandchildren; two sisthe funeral home. AntOniO, Texas on Aug. 18, 1923, ters and brothers-in-law, Myra and Mrs. Roach was born in Flint on the son of ~arciso and Maria Luz Howard Reiber qf Oakley, Donna July 3, 1921, the daughter of Arfield (Cano) Rodrtguez. and Dimon Wolfe of Haslett. and Mary (Rau) Charron. She gra- On April 17, 1948, he and Mar- Funeral service will take place duated from st. Michael School in garet L~ver were married in North Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at the Trinity She 11ad resided in New Lo- Star, MICh. United Methodist Church, Chesanthrop most of her life. On April 29, ~r. ~o~riguez had. resided mo~t. ing. The Rev. George Ward :vill 1941, she and James Roach were of his bfe III the Bannister and Elsie officiate with burial at the WIIdmarried in Flint. ar~a. He was a men?ber of'the Dup- wood Cemetery, Chesaning. Friends Mrs. Roach was a member of St.. lalll. C~urch?f G;hnst. " may call at the Misiuk Funeral Michael 'Catholic Church, Maple' Survivors IllcIude:hls Wife, four, Home of Chesaning today from Grove Township, a member and past daugh~ers, Lu~y and Chuck Hazard noon until 9 p.m., Tuesday from 8 president of the Altar Society, a 10 of OVId, Glona and Bud Kostuk of a m until noon at the funeral home, year mcmber and volunteer of Twin Ashley, Linda and Gary Holmes of a~d' at the church from 12:30 until Township Ambulance, member of st. Johns, Rachel and Fred Harrel- time of service. the New Lothrop Music Boosters, son of Owosso; seven grandchildren, member of New Lothrop Recreation Jenny, Kelly, Kerry, Denna, Sarah, 'Florence Ellen Roll AssociatItm and was active in COI11- Tori and Scott; two brothers, Fred munity activities. and Sally Rodriguez of Lincoln Age 84, of 2184 N. Chipman, Survivors include: three daught- Park, Rudy and Minnie Rodriguez of Owosso, died Tuesday, Jan. 1~, ers, Rebecca and husband Kenneth Southgate; seven sisters, Mary Avila 1994, at the Pontiac Osteopathic H"rt of New Lothrop, Charron of Saginaw, Juanita Garza of Texas, Hospital, Pontiac. Roach of Swartz Creek, Mary Ann Tomasa Medal of Detroit, Teresa Mrs. Roll worked for Eakles Dry Makidon of Grand Blanc; four sons Jimenez of Los Angeles, Cailf., Cleaning in Pontiac for 17 years and and their wives, Thomas and Kathy Connie Garcia of Romulus, Lucy for seven years at Suber's Dry Roach of Ypsilanti, Robert and Jean Verdusco of Romulus, Gloria Wig- Cleaners, Owosso... Roach of Chesaning, David and gins of Los Angeles, Calif. There will be. no services. Burtal Diane Roach of Burton, Michael and Mr. Rodriguez was predeceased will be in St. Paul Cemetery, Dion Roach of Tennessee; 16 grand- by his parents, two brothers, P. C. Owosso. children and four great- : Rodriguez and Mitz Rodriguez. Mrs. Roll was born Nov. 9,1909, grandchildren; mother-in-law, Mary,.' Memorials are suggested to CHiI- in Vassar, the daughter of Charles (Roach) Brown of Mesick; sisters- ton Memorial Hospital, Home and Jessie (j?,hillips) Shaver. She atjn-iaw, Gladys Bowns of Sears, Health Care. tended Pontiac. schools. Sarah Forester and Elleen Roach, She and J6seph Roll wcre marj'ied both of Mesick. in Pontiac on May 29, He died Mrs. Roach was predeceased by May 6, her husband, James in 19 73, her Survivors include: one daughter, parents aiid an infant son, Michael Mrs. Henry (Shirley) Wiltfang of Joseph. Watcrrord; five grandchildren; six Arrangements by Whelpley- great-grandchildren; one great-great- Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop. grandson.. Mrs. Roll was predeceased by one sister, Rose Thompson in February of Arrangements by the Nelson House Funeral Homes, Owosso.

158 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Bettie D. Root Age 73, Qf Carland died Tuesday, June 14, 1994, at her home. Mrs. RQQt retired from AC Spark Plug, Flint in 1983, as an inspector. Services will be held Friday, June 17, 1 p.m. at the Jennings-LyQns Funenl1 Chapel, OWQSSQ. BishQP Richard Fredline will Qfficiate with burial in Fairfield Cemetery: Friends may Ci;lll at the chapel Qn Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to. 9 p.m. Mrs'. RQQt was bqm in Lansing, Mich; on Nov.,8, 1920, the daughter Qf Vernie and Inez (Currie) Reason. She had resided mqst Qf her life in Shiawassee CQunty. Mrs. RQQt was a member Qf the, Church Qf Jesus Christ Qf Latter Day: Saints, OWQSso. Survivors include: a SQn, Willard Charles Albert "CQrky" (Patti) Root Qf Spring Rodgers Lake; daughters, Kathrine "Kayte".' (Les) Coomer of Carland, Roberta Age 73, Qf Owosso. died Tuesday "Boobie" (Larry) Wright of Oscoda; morning, Sept. 20, 1994, at the Me-!a sister, Vema Brandt Qf Roseville, morial Healthcare Center, OWQsso. Calif.; grandchildren, Barbara (JQel) Mr; RQdgers Qwned and Qperated Nadon, Richard (RQbin) DQty, Mi RQdgers ROQfing CQmpany since chael (Tina) Doly, Willard I. (Beth) He was also. a licensed cqn-rqqt II, Donald (Lisa), Steelman, tr,actor and farmer, and retired in Michelle (Monty) Griswald, Aliceia 1986 from OWQSSO MQtor Products. RQbledQ, Michael Ethier Jr., RQbin Services will be held Friday, Sept. LQhrer, Jeffery Ethier, RQbert Root, 23, 1 p.m. at the Jennings-LyQns Doug LQhrer, Kim Lohrer, Sylvia Funeral Chapel, OWQsso. The Rev. (Ted) Evans, Stacy (Doug) Balg; 26, Edward C. Schweikert will officiate great-grandchildren; half brothers with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, and half,sisters, Ed (Sandy) BQstic OWQsso. Friends may call at the Qf Owosso., EldQn (Peggy) Guren of funeral hqme tqday 7 to. 9 p.m. and Owosso., Dona LQve Qf Bay City Thursday 2 to. 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Curtis ReasQn of Warner- Mr. Rodgers was born in Mid- RQbbins, Ga. Mr. Burl A. Rood Age 83, bqm Aug. 16,1910, the SQn Qf Alva and LQttie (NQvess), passed away Thursday, Jan. 27, 1994 at BrQQkcrest Christhin Nursing HQme in Grandville. after a IQng struggle with ParkinsQn's disease and pneumqnia. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary, a daughter Mildred, and two. grandchildren; also. a brother L.G. and a sister LeQra. Mr. RQQd was a farmer in his early years and in later life served 19 years a~ a missiqnary in the American Sunday SchQQI UniQn in Michigan and Indiana. He was the fqunder Qf Grove Bible Church Qf St. JQhns' where he was a charter member. He lived most Qf his life on the family hqmestead' at S. CQrk Rd., in Perry TQwnship. Surviving are his wife, Maxjne; four SQns, James Qf Santee, Calif., Jack (Betty) Qf ManitQWQc, Wis., GQrdQn (Helen) of Bancroft and RQbert (Marcia)Qf RQse City; also. 17,grandchildren and 18 greatgrandchildren; many nieces and nephews. VisitatiQnfQr Mr. RQQd is at the NelsQn-HQus.e Funeral HQmes, Perry tqday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to. 4 p.m. and 7 to. 9 p.m. Qn bqth days. The funeral will be held MQnday, 11 a.m. at the chapel with visitatiqn until time Qf the funeral. The Rev. RQbert Prange will Qfficiate. MemQrials are suggested to. the GrQve Bible Church. land, Mich.. Qn May 18, 1921, the Mrs. RQot was predeceased by a son Qf David A. and Minnie (Engel- brother, RQbert Underwood and her Clarence "Bud" hardt) Rodgers. He had resided most parents. of his life in OWQsso. MemQrials are suggested to. Rose On Aug. 10, 1944, he and Inez V. Friends of Hospice. Age 1 87, Qf 829 Lingle, OWQSSQ, CQX were married in Waco., Texas. fqrmerly Qf Ovid, died Thursday, Mr. RQdgers was a member Qf the Jan 27, 1994, at Michigan V!)terans Owosso. Church Qf God; member Qf Anoia E. Rodgers HQme in Grand Rapids. the Shiawassee HQme Builders As- Age 43 f 190 S I. Services will be held at HoughtQn. t' t d f th.,0. Y via Dr. CQrunna socia lon, pas CQmman er 0 e died Thursday, Feb Chapel-OsgQQd Funeral HQme, D.A.V., was treasurer Qf the West Mrs RQd "" Ovid Sunday Jan at 3 B. h S h I B d d t f " gers was a manager in ',,'.,,, lanc c 0.0. Qar, prest en 0. retail sales.. p.m. The Rev. Jeff Gunderman will Local 743, OWQSSO and was SCQut, Services '11 b h Id M " '.' officiate Burial will be in Maple master of Troop 239, Owosso a m a~~h ~ e ~Ilday, Feb:; Grove Cemetery. VisitatiQn will be Mr, RQdgers was a sargeant in the Qf the Na;a e ;?SS~ First Church tqday 2,to. 4 p m and 7 to. 9 p m U.S. Anny during WQrld War II. the NelsQn~Hene. nfen s may call at Mr. RQse w~s bqm in Dupl~i~ S. I d h'.!'; I ' Quse uneral HQmes urvlvors mc u e:,is WILe, nez Owosso.. ' TQwnship, Oct. 22, 1906, the SQn Qf Qf OWOSSQ~ a daugh~er; Peggy JQh~-... JacQb and Lettie (Williams) Rose. SQn Qf OVid; a. SQn, Te~ and JllI, ",,"' _ '" He lived mqst Qf his life in Ovid. Rodgers Qf Latngsburg; SIX grana- DQrene Rodgers Qf Owosso., May- Mr. RQse was a veteran Qf WQrld children, Connie a~d Gary Kioski, nard a~d Mildred RQdgers Qf De- War II having served in the U.S. Allen JQhnsQn, LQn Rodgers, Teres tour; Sister, Paulette and JQe PQr- Army. He was a member of the Corand Frank Essex, Shelly RQdgers, ubsky Qf Bannister and stepbrother, unna V.F.W. Qf which he was a life Ronald and CQnnie Rodgers; fqur Stanley Clum of DavisQn. member. great-grandchildren; SCQtt,Christo- Mr. RQdgers was predeceased by SurvivQrs include s'everal nieces pher and Kelsey Kioski, Brooke' his parents, a son RQnald Rodgers, a and nephews. RQdgers; two brothers, Warren and brother Lloyd Rodgers and a sqn-in- - - law RQbert 1Qhnson. 157

159 Owosso Ar gus-press 1994 Mattie L. Rowley Age 91, of Laingsburg died Saturday, Aug. 20, 1994, at the Michigan Capital Health Center, Lansing. Mrs. Rowley was a homemaker. Services will be held at the Nelson-House Funeral Home, Laingsburg on T:Ilesday at 11 a.m. The Rev. D. Douglas Schneider will officiate with burial in Laingsburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the Nelson-House Funersl Homes, Laingsburg today 2 to 9. p.m. win! the family receiving friends from 1.2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Rowley was born in Shiawassee County on Feb. 15, 1903, the daughter of Leroy and Cora (McDowell) Bolton. She was a graduate of Laingsburg High School and had, resided in the Laingsburg area m~st of her life. On June 12, 1923; she and Joseph Rowley were Mark E. Rowley. married in Laingsburg. He died Aug. 4, Age 33, of Key West, Fla., and Mrs. Rowley was a member of forrnerly elf Owosso, died at his the Laingsburg First Congregational home in Florida on Aug. 4, 1994, Church... following a lengthy illness. Survivelrs include: two sons, Ri- Mr. Rowley was a civil service chard E..{Carolyn) Rowley of employee at the Boca Chica(Fla.) Laingsburg, Joseph T. (Arlene) Naval Air Station. Rowley of Shaftsburg; one daughter-!no services are planned. in-law, Florence Rowley of Laings- Mr. Rowley was born in Lansing burg; 11 grandchildren; 26 great Sept. 26, 1960, the son of Jimmy P. grandchildren; ten great-greatand Theresa L. (McDonald) Rowley. grandchildren; one sister-in-law, A 1979 graduate of Owosso High, Grace Bolton of Ovid.. School, he resided most of his life in Mrs. Rowley was predeceased by Owosso and in the Florida Keys. a son, Harold in He is survived by his parents, of Memorials are suggested to the Owosso; three brothers,mr. and. First Congregational Church of Mrs. Jimmy P. (Gail) Rowley Jr. of Laingsburg. _... Owosso, Donald S. Rowley of.. Owosso and Mr. and Mrs. Laro D. Dakota Nicholas (Michelle) Rowley of Corunna; a " I R I sister, Mrs. Daniel W. (Kathryn) Michae owey Wright of Phoenix, Ariz.; a grand- Stillborn son of Paul and Tammy mother, Theresa Havlik of Oakley; (Wakley) Rowley of Colorado several aunts, uncles, nieces and ne- Springs, Colo., died Friday, April 8, phews; special friend Martin Elliot; 1994, in Colorado Springs (Fort and special aunt Helen Miller. He Carson).. was pre dec e a sed b y t h r e e grandparents. There will be a graveside service at Maple Hill Cemetery, Charlotte, Mich. on Thursday, April 14 at 2 p.m. Pastor Char Minger will officiate with burial in Maple Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be at Nelson-Ho~lse Funeral Homes, Laingsburg today from 6 to 9 pj~. John Edwin Ross of PelTY, beloved husband, father and grandfather, passed away Tuesday, May 3, 1994, at age 72. Hy was born Dec. 10, 1921, in Arnmda, Mich. He is survived by Eleanor, his loving and faithful wife of 48 years. Also surviving are three brothers, Eldon (Lillian) of Clio, Kenneth (France&) of Lansing; Harry (Velma) cif Williamston; four children, Gre~ gory (Vicki) (jf Webberville, Dane of Escanaba, Cynthia (Terry) of Delton, Scott (Terri) of Okemos; twelve grandchildren and two great~ grandchildren...,. John graduated from Williamston High School in He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force for pilot training in 1941, before the V.S. entered World War It He was stationed in England with the RAF and later transferred to the Army Air Corp whcre he served as a fighter pilot until his discharge in He worked. as a carpenter and project supervisor in the construction industry around the Lansing area for more than 40 years. He and Eleanor owned and operated Ross Automotive in Manchester, Mich. from John assisted bis son in the establishment of the family constructioncompanji before retiring. Funeral services will be. Friday, May 6, 11 a.m., at Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. Pastor Howard Belknap will officiate. Interment following tbe service at Graham Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Those desiring may. make contributions to the American Lung Association.

160 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Ua. Ruff Luther Earl Runyan 'Nina G. Rumery.. Age 80, of Chesaning, died Friday morning, Sept. 9, 1994, at home after a long illness. Mrs. Ruff was retired from Uni. versal Electric in 1969 after 21 years of, service. She also operated the family gift shop, The Ruff House for six years. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at the Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 1 p.m. Pastor Ken Herbruck will officiate: The family will receive friends from 12 noon until time of service on Tuesday. Mrs. Ruff was born in Albee Township on Jan. 19, 1914, the daughter of Adam G. and Iva (Miller) Eisenhauer.' She attended the Albee and Chesaning Public Schools.. She had resided her whole 'life in the Chesaning area. On July 21, 1931, she and Howard O. Ruff were married in Angola, Ind. Mrs. Ruff was a wonderful wife, mother, homemaker and cook. Survivors include: her husband, Howard; two daughters, Barbara (Ernest) Bronson of Owosso and Gloria (Roderick) Moore of Henderson, Tex.; one son, Howard Jr. (Bonriie) Ruff of Chesaning; five grandchildren, Diane (Steven) Hargreaves of Denver, Colo., Deverol), (William) Whittaker of Henderson,' Tex., Rod (Therese) Moore of West:. Bend, Wis., Dale (Paula) Ruff of Bay City and Kelly (Michael) Personke of Antioch, Calif.; five greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Eva Hafner and Ula Rolfe. Mrs. Ruff was predeceased by her parents and one brother. Memorials are suggested to Memorial Healthcare Hospice Agency. or the American Cancer Society.. Arrangements by Walker-Martin Funeral Home, Chesaning. Bobbie Kay Ruff Age 40, of Ithaca and fonnedy of Ovid died Monday, May 16, 1.994, as a result of an autolhobile accident. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 20, at3 p.m. at HolyFatnily Catholic Church in Ovid. Visitation will be this evening at 7 p.m. at Smith. Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. Age 80, of Corunna""died Friday, Age 77, of Bancroft, died Friday" Dec. 30, 1994, at The Memorial Dec. 9, 1994, at her home. Healthcare Center, Owosso.. The funeral for Mrs. Rumery will The funeral for Mr. Runyan will be Tuesday at I p.m. at Love Funbe Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Smith Fun- era! Home, Bancroft, with fastor eral Homes, Corunna, with the Rev. Scott (]ardziella officiating. Burial David Ray and Mr. Melvin Thomp- will be in Fremont Cemetery. son officiating. Burial will be in. Vistation at the funeral home will Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. be today and Monday from 2-4 and Visitation at the funeral home will 7-9 p,m. be Sunday and Monday from 2-9' Mrs. Rumery was born in Plyp.m., with the family present 2-4 and mouth, Mich., Nov. 22, 1917, the. 7-9 p.m. daughter of Frank and Marie (Van Mr. Runyan was born in Owosso Arsdale) Eddy. on Dec. 9, 1914; the son of Wiliiam. She was a graduate of Bancroft and luliaalice (Potter) Runyan. High School, Central Michigan Uni He resided most of his life in versity and Michigan Stale Corunna. University. A veteran of World War II and a. Mrs. Rumery, who in 1941 marlife member of the Corunna VFW, ricd Charles F. Rumery in Durand, Post 4005, Mr. Runyan and Celia was a teacher in the Corunna and Anna Nickels were married in Cor-Durand public school systems and unna on Sept. 19, also served as principal of Wilbur He retired from employment with Bills Elementary School in Bancroft General Motors of Flint in before retiring from education in Survivors include: His wife; two June sons and their wives, Larry and She is survived by: Her husband, Charlotte Runyan of Corunna. and Charles; two SOilS, Frederick (Caro Gaylord and Bonnie,Runyan of Bah- Iyn) of Byron and John (Beth) of croft; five grandchildren, Michael, Bantroft; one daughter, Bethany Jonathon and Jeri Runyan of Cor- (Robert) Grupp of Hillrose, Colo.; a unna, Kirt Runyan of California, step-son, Charles E. (Doris) Rumery Lisa Runyan oj Oakley and Korry of Ormond Beach, Fla.;. three step Shepard of Corunna; eight great- daughters, Margaret Wahlse of Punta grandchildren; one sister and her Gorda, Fla" Gloria Schultz of Port husband, Bernice and Russ Potter of Charlotte, Fla: and Maureen (Vern) Morrice; three brothers, Leroy Ru- Jackson of Owosso;. a gr&nddaugh~ nyan of National City,Mich., Wil- ter, Tonya (Bowers) Crandal of Ham and Virginia Runyan of Cor- Webberville, whom she and her hus 'unna and Arden and Jackie Runyan band raised; 24 grandchildren; 20 of Gladwin. great-grandchildren; and two Mr. Runyan was predeceased.by brothers, Frank H. EddyJr. of Durhis parents;.one.great granddaughter, and and Stanley Eddy of Bancroft. Hallie, five sisters and brothers. Mrs. Rumery 'Yas preceded in Memorial contributions are sug- death by her parents; a daughter, gested to the dpnor's choice. Carol Rowers; a step-daughter, Sue The family is being served by Teichman; a sister, Virginia Stinson; Smith Funyral Homes, Corunna. and a sister-in-law, Mary Lou Eddy. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Parkinson Disease Foundation. 159

161 160 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Vearl H. Ruehle Harriet Sayles Salter Age 90, of Cary, N.C., died Saturday, Jan. 29, 1994, at Rex Hospital in Raleigh, N.C. Mrs. Salter has numerous nieces and nephews in the Owosso area. A funeral service was to be held today, Feb., 1, at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home in Cary. Burial will be in Louis C. Rybo Age 83, died Saturday, Dec. 3, Age 76, of Lennon died Tuesday, Aug. 30, 1994, at Genesys Flint Mr. Ruehle was the fonner' Osteopathic Hospital. owner/operator of the Ovid Produce i Funeral st<rvices' will be held II Company. a.m. Friday, Sept. 2, 1994, at St. Services will be held at the Dup- Robert Catholic Church, 310 N. lain Church of Christ on Tuesday,, Cherry, Flushing. Fr. Steven F. Dec. 6 'at II a.m. Pastor Phil Beav- ' Makranyi and Fr. Charles Jacobs ers will officiate. Burial will be in, will officiate. Intennent in New Cal- MapJe Grove Cemetery. vary Catholic Cemetery. Visitation: Mr. Ruehle was born in Gratiot will be at the Rossell Funeral Home, County on Aug. 25, 1911, the son of Flushing 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. today and Aaron and Anna (Tedhams) Ruehle. I p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. He had lived most of his life in the Thursday. A Scripture service will Ovid area. be held 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the On Feb. 29, 1952, he and Thelma funeral home. Hamp were married. He was a Mr. Rybo was born in New Lomember of the Duplain Church of throp. He had resided in this area all Christ. his life. He graduated from G.M. Survivors include: his wife, Tech in Flint. He worked at Fisher Thelma; three sons, Philip (Linda) Body in Flint and then with Mid" Ruehle of Owosso, Michael (Val- i West Abrasive in Owosso' where he arie) Ruehle of Ashley and Rex' worked in the accounting depart (Gay In) Ruehle of st. Johns; a step- ment for over 43,years, retiring in' son, Hal (Sue) Breakey of Ohio; grandchildren; 'many great- Mr. Rybo was a lifetime member grandchildren; a sister, Mildred Ri- of St. Robert Catholic Church in chards and a half sister, Barbara Flushing, where he ushered for 50 Rogers, bo,th of Eaton Rapids. years. He also belonged to the, Memorials may be made to the Men's Club. Duplain Church of Christ. He is survived by his sister, Rose Funeral arrangements by the Rybo of Lennon; sister-in-law, i Houghton Chapel of the Osgood Frances Rybo of Ypsilanti; several Funeral Homes, Ovid. nieces, nephews and friends including special friend, Mr. Tom Misjak. Arrangements by Rossell Funeral Home, Inc., Flushing. Brookings, Ore. Survivors include: sisters, Annie \ ;~J~P: and Marion Robinson,of California and Ruby Brya of their Craig Philip Rutherford Age 37, of rural Durand, died Tuesday, July 1,9, 1994, at his residence. There wdl be no visitation or funeral services. AITangemenls were held by the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Dur~ and Chapel. Flor,,' abeue Uhat!On' Saska home in Cary. She also leaves ~ " numerous nieces and nephews in Calif?rnia, Michiga~i and North A e 84 : ' '. CarolIna. Two stepchtldren and step- ~,, of Owosso died Tuesday grandchildren also survive ~vlel11ng, Sept.20,1994,at'the Memof-..' '. la Healthcare Cel t 0 Memonal gifts may be made to Th ", ler,. wosso. the First United Methodist Church in 'II ~le will be no service. Visitation Cary or to the Matthews United ~ln. e today 3 to 9 p,m. at the Methodist Chu,rch,in Matthews,,.. N, C 0 wosso nlllgs-lyons Funeral Chapel ' " or to the Happy Times Club in '.. Matthews. Maxine E.. Ryan Age9J, of W. Grand River Rd., died Tllesday, Nov, 22, 1994, at her home. Mrs. Ryan had been a homemaker Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry, Saturday, Nov. 26, 1994,atlla.l11. The Rev. Carol Johns will' officiate. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. Visitation will beat the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 p.ln. and 7 to 9 p.m. No vi~itation Thursday due to Thanksgiving. Mrs, Ryan was born,in Somerset, Sept. I, 1903, the eldest of six children born to Arthur J. and Maude Ellen (Lake) Burcroff. She attended Brooklyn schools and graduated from Ft.Wayne, Ind. High School and Jackson Business Univer~ity. She and Howard M.Ryan were maltied in Lansing, May 23, He predeceased her in February, Mrs. Ryan was affiliated with the Methodist church. Survivors include:- seven children Mary (George) Schafer of La~ wrenceburg, Ind., Michael (Beverly) Ryan of Bennington, Evelyn (Wayland) Van Kirk of Lansing, Ralph (Mary) Ryan of Morrice, Charles Ryan of Williamston, Ruth (Vincent) Stapley of Clark Lake and Ann Maree Livennore of Flat Rock; sisters, Pallline Edwards and Rhea Voss; many grandchildren and 'greatgrandchildren.. Memorials may be made to Hospic~ of Shiawassee County. Lois Ann Sadler Age 85, of Clarkston, Mich., for-i merly of the Owosso area, died Sunday, April 3, Mrs. Sadler was the mother of Sue (Robe~t) Filbert of Clarkston; Donna S. Balcom of Virginia' grandmother of William Terry' Holly and David. ', She. is also survived by five greatgrandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Lewis E. Wint and Son Trust 100, Clarkston. Intennent will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Owosso.

162 Helen O. Sabo Owosso Argus-press 1994 Helene Sautter Wayne G. Saunders Age 84, of Byron, fonnerty of Age 82, of Owosso, died early Age 77, of Owosso died Thurs- Swartz Creek, died Saturday, Oct. 1, this morning, Wednesday, April 13, day, May 5, 1994, at his home. 1994, at Hurley Medical Center, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare,Mr. Saunders worked as a welder Flint. Center, Owosso. in the construction industry, then Mrs. Sabo was a homemaker and Mrs. Sautter was an executive owned and operated Thelm.a's. Party assisted her husband Frank on the secretary. Store in Oakley for 12 years. farm they owned and operated Services will be held at Jennings- Services will be held Monday, together. : Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on May 9, 1 l' a.m. at Jennings-Lyons Services will be held at the Slree-' Saturday, April 16 at 1 p.m. The Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Pastor ter Funeral Home, Byron, Wednes-I Rev. Lewis P. Compton will offici- Sherry. Conway will. officiate '. with day, Oct. 5, 1994, \11 II a.m.!h,e ate with burial in Forest Lawn burial in.akhin Cemetery,Webber Rev. Robert Schoenhals whl ofilcl-. Cemetery, Saginaw. Visitation will ville. Friends may call at the chapel ate. Burial will be in Sunset Hills~ be at the funeral home Thursday Saturday and Sunday 2 to 4 p.m: and Cemetcry, Flint. Thc family will re- from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 7 to 9 p.m. ceive visitors at the funeral home to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Saunders was born in _Grand today from 6 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday Mrs. Sautter was born in Battle Rapids, Mich. on Jan. 16, 1917, the from 2 to 5 p.m.and 7 to 9 p.m. Creek on Feb. 25, 19l.2, the son of Lyle and Rena (Bums) Saun- Memorial donations may be made daughter of William G. and Idamae ders. He attended Owosso Schools the charily of the individual's (Benson) Harper. She graduated and had resided most of his life in choice. from Woodward High School in Owosso'.. Mrs. Sabo was born in Brecken- Toledo and Davis Business College On Nov. 17, 1955h he and Thelma ridge, May 3, 1910, the daughter of in Toledo. 1. Brees were married in Angola, George and Hazel (McGill) Cole- On Sept. 25, 1947, she and Har-. Ind. man For the last two years she has old (Hal) A. Sautter were married in He.was a member of the Eagles resided in the Byron area, moving Saginaw. He died June lo? Aerie 851, Owosso.. to Byron from Swartz Creek, where. She was a member of First Con-,Survivors include: his wife, she had lived for many years. : gregational United Church of Christ", Thelma of Owosso; daughters, Mrs. She and Frank G. Sabo were mar- II Owosso and was a deaconess and,' Nornlan (Janet) Fowler of Owosso, ried in Toledo Ohio on Aug. 30,' former clerk of the church. She was'marilyn Dotson of Flint, Mrs. Jack He pred~ceased her on April past treasurer and president of.shia- (Doris) DeSantis of Owosso; sons, 5, wassee County Girl Scouts of Wayne Jr. (Donna) Saunders of Mrs. Sabo was a member of the America; a member of Abigail Swartz Creek, Barry (Carol) Saun Michigan Fann Bureau, the Flint Chapter #206, Order of the Eastern ders of Brant; 10 grandchildren; four Yard and Garden Club and the Flint Star, Owosso. great-grandchilaren; a brother, Ed~ Iris Society. Survivors include: two aunts; sev- win (Dorothy) Sau!1ders of Florida; Survivors iriclude: two sons,' eral cousins; one brqther-iil-iaw, severarnieces, nephews and cousins. Franklin Sabo of Grand Blanc and Howard.Sautter of Owosso..:'. i Memorials are suggested to the Rob and wife Diane Sabo of Byron; Memorials may be made' to FHst l American Cancer' SQciety or the a daughter, Mrs. John S. (Sally D.) Congregational Church. I _AI11t:ricanLutlg Association. Pajtas Sr. of Owosso; seven. grand-. Funeral arrangements by Arloa M. Sawer children, John S. (Susan) PaJtas Jr.,! Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Mrs: Linda (John) Pappas, both of Owosso. Age 72, of Flint Township and for- Owosso, Bethany Bupp of Corunn~,. J b T S ger merly of Fenton died Monday, Aug., Mrs. Nadine (Brian) Fisher of Sagl- osep Ine. a 2'2,,1994, at' the residence. naw, Dennis (Lisa) Pajtas of Berk- Age 82, of Durand died TuesdaY,,:~ervices will be held Thursday, ley Heather Sabo of Ann Arbor, Dec. 13, 1994, at the Shiawassee:, Aug; 25, 1 p.m. at the Streeter Funeral \ and Robb Sabo of Byron; ten great- County Medical Care Facility, Home, Byron. Arleta Sawer will offigrandchildren; two brothers,!van.,corunna. ciate with burial in, Oakwood Cenietand wife Betty Coleman of DaVison;, Mrs. S~ger wor~ed as a cook for, ery, Fenton. F d and' wife Betty Coleman 'Of Hudsons to Detroit for II years. The family will receive visitors at F~fnt; two sisters, Betty Robinson of, " Services will be held at the, the funeral home Wednesday 12 noon California and Mrs. Jack ~Wan~a) Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Dur- to 9 p.m. Shilling of Burton; two slsters-to- and on Thursday, Dec. ~5, 11 a:m., Memorial donations may be made law, Mrs. Georgia Smith of Bremef- Pastor R~nde~1 Fuson. Will officiate. to the donor's choice. ton, Wash. and Mrs. Lula Clark of with bu~tal t~ Love~oy \emetery.,.. ' Flint; several nieces and nephews: The fat11lly Will receive fnends to-survivors inclu~e:.a son, Bill It Mrs. Sabo was also preceded to,day 1 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Carroll and his Wife Karen of Dur,,: death by her parents, five brothers, Mrs. Sager was born on July 31, and; 10 graridchhdren; 15 gr~at Virgil, Warren, Rex, Mark and De- 191~, t~e d~ughter of Fra~k a~d grandchildren;.a brother,,john D~ngwi ht; and a sister, Noreen Celta Dtogwttz. She I~ad resl~ed Ne~dham. to witz of MichIgan; a SIster, Stella, Detroit l:lost of her hfe movtog to Dingwitz of Drummond Island; a j Arrangements by Streeter Funeral Durand m daughter-in-law, Mary Ellen Carroll H Byron. She married Boyce Edw?rd Car- of Durand. ome,' roll who predeceased her to Mrs. Sager was predeceased by Then she married Grant Sager who' her son James Carroll, several predeceased her in brothers 'and sisters. -. Memorials are suggested to the American Diabetes Association or Kidney Foundation. 161

163 162 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Charles Edward Sandford Jr. Age 77, of Ithaca died Sunday, Aug. 28, 1994, at his home. Mr. Sandford was employed by General Telephone Company of Michigan until he retired in Graveside services will be held Wednesday, Aug. 31, at3 p.m. Pastor Peter Russell will officiate with burial in Ford Cemetery, Gratiot County.. Mr. Sandford was born in Chapin Township, Saginaw County on Aug. 12, 1917, tj:te son of Charles Edward Sandford Sr. and Lucy E. (Harter) Sandford. He graduated from high school in 1935 and graduated from Lester Eugene Sanders Owosso Business Institute in On April 3, 1942, he married Age 80, of ow0sso sdied WedHnes- Kathleen Marie Heinze. He was pre- Alwyn Charles Schautz 4 day, April 6, 199,at parrow os- ceded in death by his beloved Kathpital, Lansing.. leen on Feb. 1, Age 74, of 2232 E. Bennington Mr. Sanders owned and operated Mr. Sandford was a charter mem" Rd., Durand, passed away Sunday, Sanders and Spencer Mobil Service, ber of the Presbyterian Kirk of the April 17, 1994, at his residence. Owosso from , retiring in Lake Church, Houghton Lake. He Mr. Schautz retired in 1985 from was also a member of the Houghton Universal Electric with 35 years of Services will be held Saturday 1 Lake Masonic Lodge #579. service. p.m. at the Nelson-House Funer~l Survivors include: two daughters, Services will be held at Nelson- Homes, Owosso. The Rev. ~av~d, Carole Ann and Larry Prime of Pur- House Funeral. Homes, Owosso, Weitz will officiate with bunal In cell Okla Kay Marie and Robert Wednesday, Apnl 20, at 2 p.m. Dr. Alton Cemetery. McConneli' of Lakeland, Fla.; three Hal. Oliver will officiate. Burial. "Yill Friends may call at the funeral granddaughters, Kathleen, Nicole ~e 111 :west Haven Cemetery. VtSltahome today until 9 p.m. with the. and Carly Stevens; one sister, Eli- tlon wtll be at the funeral home toda~ 7 family receiving friends 1 to 4 p.m. zabeth Sandford of Belgium, Wis.; a to 9 p.n~. and T?e.sday ~ to 9 p.m. wlth and 7 to 9 p.m.. very close family friend, Gertrude the famllyrecelvmg fnends from 2 to Mr. Sanders was born tn Ashley, Bennett of St. Johns. 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mich. on Dec. 17, 1913, the so~.of Mr. Sandford was predeceased by Mr. Schautz. was born in New Lee and B~lIe (Edwards). Sa~der.s:! his parents, three brothers and five Haven T'Ownshlp, Feb. 4, 1920, the He had reslded most of his hfe;,tn sisters.. son,of Leo H. and Alma (Foess) Owosso.... The family is being served by the Schautz. J:Ie was a graduate ~f On June 30, 1940, he and Ltlhan Smith Funeral Homes 221 E. Main Owosso High School. He and EIt- ~ Ostran,der.were married in Owosso. St. Elsie. ' zabelh Robinson.were married in She dted tn '...'. "" Woodhull Townshlp, May 7, Mr. Sanders was a veteran of the KatherIne B. Kay Mr. Schautz was a member of the U.S. A~y servin~ during World (Zuber) Sanders ~hiawassee. Conserva~io~ Associ~- War II tn the Pacific Theatre. He hon, Expenmental AVIatlOn Assoctwas a member of the Owosso Entered into rest, Tuesday, Feb. 1, ation, Chesaning Chapter, and the V.F.W Central Michigan Polka Association. Survivors include: his mother-in- Services. wtll be held at the Buch- Mr. Schautz served during World law, Mrs. Dora Crofts of Owosso; holz Spamsh Lake Mortuary, 1645 War II in the Pacific Theater. one daughter, Mrs. Douglas (Dar- Redman Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Fri- Survivors include: his wife, EIilene) Mrkva of PetTY; two sons, d~y, Fe~. 4, at ~ 1 a.m. Interm~nt zabeth; a daughter, Margaret (Jack) Davi!i,(Ruthann) Sanders and Rick' ~ll~ be l~ Oak Hlll, Cemetery. Vts- Ebe of Owosso; two sisters, Lelia (Vickie) Sanders all of Owosso; five Itatton will be Thursday, 3 to 9 p.m. Luft of Corunna and Geraldine grandchildren and three great- Mrs. Sanders was a former resi- (Nonhan) Quintel of Owosso; two grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Vi- dent of Webster Groves, Mo. and nieces and four nephews; also spe~, olet Austin of Durand, Mrs. Mildred Owosso.. cial friends, Bonnie Galesk, Anna Woodworth of Charlotte, Mrs. Opal Mrs. Sanders was the beloved Mogg and Sherry Pichiotino. Nicholson of Ruskin, Fla.; many wife of the late Bert C. Sanders; He was predeceased by a brother, nieces and nephews. loving mother of Kay Woltmann,~ Harold and anephew. Mr. Sanders was predeceased by Bert "Budd" and Marvin Sanders; Memorials may be made to the his parents, a brother Clarence, a dear. mother-in-law of Louis Wolt- Shiawassee, Conservation Associa. sister Sylvia Ostrander and, two spe- mann, Sue and Pat Sanders; dear tion Scholarship Fund. cial brothers-in-law James Nichol- grandmother of ten and great-. son and Don Woodworth. grandmother of two; dear sister~in law, aunt, great-aunt, great-greataunt, cousin and friend. Memonal contnbuhons may be. made to the St. Louis Heart Association.

164 ~Owosso Argus-press , Linda Kay Schlicher John Schlaack,.Age 50, Laingsburg, died Thurs- Age 65, of Chesaning passed day, Nov. 10, 1994, at Sparrow Hos- away Tuesday evening, Sept. 6, pital, Lansing at McLaren Hospital, Flint. She was employed at Field's M;. Schlaack was retired from. Pharmacy. and drove th.e bus for Buick, where he had been a fork lift Laingsburg Comll1unity Schools. driver.. Services will be held at Nelson- Mr: Schlaack was a member of Housb,.funeral Home, Laingsburg, the St. Johns Episcopal Church, on Mond~y, Nov. 14 at I p.m. Rev. Chesaning. He was a car parker for Larry Smith will officiate with burial. Showboat for 35 years and was an in Laingsburg Cemetery. Visitation!avid fisherman. will be at Nelson-House Funeral \ Survivors include: his wife, Jean Home, Laingsburg today from 7-9 (LaMott); daughter and s~n-in-iaw, p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Shirley and Dean Bates of Chesanwith family receiving friends from ing; three grandsons, Jeff an.d 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Brenda Brabant, Mike Bates and his Mrs. Schlicher was born in Ma- fiancee Dana Walser and Pat Bates; son, Mich., on April 5, 1944, the two. great-grandchildren, Kyle and daughter of Larry Zigler and Lillis Stephanie Brabant; his brothers.and (Ruthruff) Hall. She attl';nded sisters-in-law, Carl and Omlee Laingsburg High School and residcd Schlaack of Owosso, Donovan and most of her life in the Laingsburg Vivian Schlaack of Owosso; sisterarea. in-law, Irene Schlaack of Kalama On Sept. 28, 1963, shc and Robert zoo; special friends, Don Adams and Hildegard Sauer Schlicherwere married in Lai~gs- Les Pappas. i, burg. She attended Grove Bible Age 71, of Pompano Beach, Fla. Church. He Was predeceased\jy' his parents, one brother and two sisters. and fofmet'ly of Owosso,. pass~d Survivors include: Her husband, Funeral services will be held Saaway Thursday, Aug. 4, 1994, 111 Robert three children Chad and turday, Sept. 10, II a.m.,at the. St. Coral Springs, F!a. (Stacy) Schlicher of Laingsburg, Johns Episcopal Church,.Chesan~ng. Mrs., Satier was born July ~8, Mark Schlicher of Ann Arbor, Karen Pastor Marlene Clark will officiate )923, In Jas~nov.o, Banat, Austn~- Schlicher and fiance, Dan Morgan; with burial at the Wildwood Cemet Hung~ry, :v hlch IS now YugoslaVia her mother, Lillis Hall; special step- ery, Chesaning. Friends may call at,(serbia). She was the daughter' of mother and father 'John and Ilenc the Misiuk Funeral Home, Chesan ~arl Muehlmann.and Ludmilla (Tre- Schultz; one.br~ther, Roy and ing today 12:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., :blpn) Muehlmann. (Linda) Zigler; one sister, Lana and Friday 8 a.m.. to 9 p.m. and Saturday Sh.e and Dr. Peter S~uer we~e (Mike); half-brothers and sisters, 8 a.l11. to 9:30 a.m. and then at the ma~ned on Feb. 7, 1~53, 111 Detroit. Dick and (Kathy), Periny and (EI- church from 10 a.m. until funeral He predeceased ~ler dean), Candy and (Paul), Larry and time.. Mrs. Sat~er finished h~r schooling (Shirley), Ciildy and (Tim), Billy Memorials may be made to the st. WIth a b~sll1ess degree 111 Belgrade, and Tony; several stepbrothers and Johns Episcopal Church, Chesaning. YugoslaVIa. She came to the U.S.A.. sisters..~.,. in 1951, after living i~ Munich, Ger-' Mrs. Sclllicher was predeceased many. As a. doctor's wife, she was a by her father, Larry. for.mer president and trea.surer of. the Memorial contributions may be. Shlawassee County Medlc~l Society made to Grove Bible Church. Auxiliary, and she. was active with Mobile Meals for cleven years as a volunteer. She was a member of the S1. Paul Catholic Church, Owosso number of cousins, nephews and and of st. Gabriel Catholic Church nieces in Europe. in Pompano Beach. She belonged to Visitation will be on Saturday, the Owosso Country Club, the Me- Aug. 6, 7-9 p.m. and on Sunday 2 to morial Hospital Auxiliary, the Er- 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at Jenningsmine Ladies Investment Club, and Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. A the Imperial Point Women's Club in rosary will be redted at 7 p.m. on Fort Lauderdale. She enjoyed swim- Sunday. A funeral mass will held on ming, skiing, tennis, chess and Monday, Aug. 8, 10 a.m. at St. Paul bridge. Catholic Church, Owosso. Burial Survivors include: a son, D~. Har-.wiII be at St. Paul Cemetery next to old Sauer and wife Kathlcen of Oke- herbeloved and never forgotten husmos; a daughter, Karin Kocha- band, Dr. Peter Sauer. nowski and husband George of' Contributions may be made to Coral. Springs, Fla.; grandchildren, Hospice and to St. Paul Catholic Angela, Peter and Josef Sauer, and Church of Owosso in Mrs. Sauer's Christina and Andrea Kochanowski; memory. a brother, Dip!. Ing. Otto Muehl- Arrangements by the Jenningsmann of Nuremberg, Germany and a Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.,' "- Lucille (Maybaugh) Schlaack.Age7!, died Wednesday, July 6, She was the mother of Ronald (Karen) Schlaack, Terry (Bob) Johannsen, Nancy (Tom) Radtke, Richard (Arlene), David (Elizabeth), Jeffrey Schlaack and Lora (Patrick) Weinfurt; grandmother of Linda, Cheryl, Christine, David, Ryan, Brendt, Christopher, Rebecca,, Tommy, Terry, Michelle, Steven, Brian, Katrina and Joseph; sister of. Gerald (Virginia) Brenner; sister-inlaw of Harriet and Martha Maybaugh all of Owosso, Katbleen and Merle Altstiel of Indiana. She is also. survived by nieces, nephews and i other relatives. She was the beloved wife of the late Charles.. Services werc held in Milwaukee, Wis. on Monday, July II.

165 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Ralph Arthur Leola "M. SChaffstall SchaffstaU I Age 83, of First St., Perry, died Age 94, of Perry and fonl1erly of Thursday, March 17, 1994, at Shia Morrice died Monday, May 2, 1994, wassee County Medical Care at the Shiawassee County Medical Care Facility, Corunna. Facility. Mrs. Schaffstall retired in 19"75 Mr.. Schaffstall retired March 31, from Sears & Roebuck, after , from Ford Motor Co. after 41' years as division manager and years of service in production. buyer. Services will be held Thursday, I' Services will be held at Nelsonp.n~. at the Nelson-House Funeral House Funeral Homes, LaRowe, Hoines, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. The Chapel, Perry on Monday, March 21,Rev. Gordon Wood and Mr. Bert at 1 p.m. The Rev. Gordon Wood Forrest will officiate ~ith burial in will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Visita Owosso. Friendsl11ay call at th~ tion will be today and Sunday from chapel today 2to 9 p.m. and Wed) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with the family nesday 9 a:m. to 9 p.m. with the present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 family being present 2 to 4 p.m. and p.m. A special Eastern Star service 7 to 9 1'.111. both days. '.. will be held Sunday evening at 7 There will be a Masonic Lodge p.m: Memorial,Service Wedriesday 7 Mrs. Schaff stall was born in Unap.m. at the chapel: dilla Township, Mich. on June 29 Mr. SchatTstall was born in WiI- 1910, the daughter of Hiram and liamston,'.pa. on March21,I900, the Lulu (VanBuren) Miller. She atson of Joseph H. and Myrtle M. tended the Howell Schools. (Shirley) Schaffstall. On' June 23 On June 23, 1948, she and Ralph 1948, lie and Leola M. Miller wer~ Schaff stall were married in Trenton map'ied in Trenton, Mich.. She pre- Mich. ' de~eased him on March 17, She was affiliated with the Con- Mr. Schaffstall was affiliated with gregational Church of Perry. She the Perry Congregational Christian was a lifetime member of the East Church and Morrice United Method- ern Star #221 Perry. istchurch. Survivors include: her husband He was a life member of Masonic Ralph; one daughter, Lola Verschoo; Lodge #350, past patron of nenton of Perry; five grandchildren Tom #325 and life mel,11ber of Eastern Check of Dimondale, Robert' Ches Star #221, Perry. ney of Franklin, Tenn., Lisa Johnson Survivors include: one daughtcr of Perry, Lori Edington of Morrice. Lola Verschoor of Perry; five grand~ and Lesli Crawford of Perry; seven children, Tom and wife' Nancy great-grandchildren, Jason Jerry Check of Diamondale, Robert and Lindsay, Eric, Taylor, La;na and wife Panl Chesney of Franklin, Luke; one sister, GeorgabelJe Kos Tenn., Lisa.and husband KtmJohn- tofs; one brother, Mayor Bennett. son of Okemos, Lori and husband Memorial contributions' may be Li;lITy Edington of Morrice and Lesli made to Special Projects/Pleasant and husband Tim Crawford of Pi my; View, Corunna. I'even great-grandchildren; Jason DaleL S h Jerry, Lihdsay, Eric, Taylor; Layn~. ".,c ray and Luke; one sister, Ethel Schaffer. Age 42, of Britton Rd.; Perry, of Clarksmilh!;-Pa;' dl~d!hufsday, May 5, 1994, at the. Mr. Schaffstall was predeceased Mlclllgan Capitol Medical Center-' by two sisters. '. Greenlawn Camputl (Ingham Medi- Memorials are suggested to the cal), Lansing. ' Perry Masonic Lodge #350. Patricia Louise (Woodard) Scarborough Died on Thursday, Oct. 20, 1994, at her residence in Deltona, Fla. She is survived by her husband, George; a daughter, Sllelby; a brother, Allen (Shirley) Woodard; a sister, Bennie Rae (Bob) Burton; special aunt and uncle, Donald and Becky Galloway; many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents, her stepfather, Raymond B. Kebler, and one sister, Katherine. Patricia was born June 3, 1932, the daughter of Leo and Marguerite (McCarthy) Woodard. She attended Owosso Schools and graduated from Owosso High School in Patricia was a secretary at Mid West Abrasive, Midland-Ross both in Owosso and Dow Chemical Corning of Midland. For the past 23 years she had been a homemaker and mother. In January of 1966, she married George Scarborough of Detroit at the First Congregational Church in Owosso. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994 at the St.. Johns United Church of Christ on N. Washington St., Owosso at 2 p.m. with Dr. Halley B. Oliver officiating. Memorials are suggested to the Cancer Society or charity of donor's choice. - J ames Scheible Age 60, of Owosso died-monday, Dec. 19, at his home. Arrangements to be announced later by the Whelpley-Martin Funeral Home, New Lothrop. Mr. s'chray was a truck driver A I'nemorial service will be h~ld at Nelson-House Funeral Homes LaRowe Chapel, Perry on Monday' ~ay. 9 a! I p.m: The' ~ev. Georg~ He served in the U.S. Anny. L a;ns WIll officiate With burial inc Survivors include: his parents' ~Iltfsburg Cemetery. Visitation "one brother, Kenneth (Phyllis) of 'i':t l e to~ay from 2 to ~ p.~l1.<l!1d; Ma.son;. three sisters, Janice Roy of se;v~~:y flom 9 a.m. unttl tuue/"of OVid, Julie (Weslcy) Bush of Lake.. George and Paulette (Jake) Fowler 011 Mr. Schray was born It1 Owosso of Chesaning; 15 nieces and ned March 22, 1952, the son of Paul phews and 15 great-nieces and ~n Jean.(Bolton) Schray., He at- great-nenhews: Si~~(~~l Latll1gfsbh~lrgl."sc.hools and re-, Memorials may be made t&"'~ c los 0 IS he 11l Laingsburg. An~erican Cancer Society. 164

166 Owosso Argus-press 1994 VivianA. Schnebelt Walter H. Schmidt Age 92, of Morrice died Wednes- Age 90, of pollar? Rd.,, day, May 11, 1994, at her home. Haslett, died Sunday mormng ~t Mrs. SchnebeIt was a homemaker 9:55 a.m., April 3, 1994, at his and also was a clerk at. Talbot's,residence... Grocery" Mr. Schmidt was a remforqed ServiCes will be held at st. steel worker. Mary's Catholic Church, Morrice on Services will be held at Nelson. Saturday, May 14, 11. a.m. Fr. House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Mattl1ew Fedewa will officiate with Chapel, Perry on Thursday, April.1 ; burial in Bethany Cemetery. at 1 p.m. Pastor Pat Skinner will Friends may' call at the Nelson- officiate with burial in Hillcrest Me {House Funeral Homes, LaRowe morial Gardens, Owosso. Visitation Chapel, Perry today 2 to. ~ p.m. and will be today from 2, to 9 p.m. and Frid~y 9. a.m. 0 9 p.m. with the Wednesday from 9 a.m. to? ~.m.,. family bemg present 2 to 4 p.m.. and and Thursday from 9 a.m. till time 7 to 9 p.m. both days. TherewiII be of funeral with the family present a Rosary prayed Friday evening,8 each day from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. l.lt the chapel. p.m.. Mrs; Schnebelt was born in Mr. Schmidt was born m Fort Gerald Wilber. Scott Laingsburg, Mich. on April 8, 1902, 'Wayne, Ind. on Aug ,.the,. the daughter of Guy artd Fledda son of Fred and Lort (Scheidt) Age 79, of Durand died Wednes- I Rohrabacher. 'Schmidt. He attended Fort Wayne. day, April 13, 1994, at his residence: I! On Jan; 3, 1921, she.and Albert P. Public Schools and resided most of Mr. Scott formerly owned and' Schnebelt were married in LaiIigs- 'his life on Oakes Rd., Perry. operated J & J Bakery for ten years burg. He died in On Oct. 23, 1930, he and Ruby l./ntil 1948, he was a part time far- Mrs. SchnebeIt Was a member of. Palmer were married in Middletown, mer and retired from Johnson Con- St. 'M~ry's Catholic Church, ['Ohio. trois in ' Morrice.. He was affiliated with the Wil- Services will be held Saturday, I Survivors include: four daughters, 'liamston Center United Methodist p.m. at the First Congregational LouiseSchnebelt, Joan Schnl1belt, Church, was a member of the Church, Durand. The Rev. Robert H. Donna SchnebeIt and Mrs. Mary Brotherhood of Iron Workers and Koch will officiate with burial in (Herbert) Klem all of Morrice; otie. 'loved wood working. Greenwood Cemetery, Vernon. son and his wife, Albert and Gel'lil- Survivors include: his wife Ruby, Friends may call at the Nelson- dine Schnebelt of Lake Placid, Fla.; one son Duane (Helen) of Haslett; House Funeral Homes, Durand one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jacque- daughter-in-law Mary Tucker; ten where the family will receive friends line Schnebelt.,of Bancroft; 15 grandchildren an? nine.great- Friday 2 to 9 p.m. grandchildren and 16 great~ grandchildren; one Sister, Mane Pea- Mr. Scott was born in Spring grandchildren;, one, sister, Mrs. 'body; numerous nieces and Valley, Minn. on April 27, 1914, the Donna Dryer of Laingsburg.. nephews. son of Jesse R. and Myrtle Mae Mrs.. Schnebelt was predeceased Memorials may be made to the (Robinson) Scott. He had attended by two 'sons, Donald and Dale and Ampri"Rn Crmcer Society. schools in Durand. one daughter Ardith. On May 14, 1938, he and Gladys Jane Southworth were married in Y,irgilene V. SchuppJer Owosso. V'./ Mr. Scott was a member of the Irgl en~ V. Schuppler, 78, of Corunna, died Jail. 8, 1994 at the First Congregational Church, Dur- M e III 0 ri a I He a It 11 c a l' e C en t e r and. and belonged to the Men's' Owosso, i ' Forum in the church, was fooner A funeral is to be / Id t / She had resided incofunna since h d f th h h t t d '" ' le a t le 1952 ea 0 e c urc rus ees, serve SmIth Funeral Homes-Kribs Cha e1,... as deacon and dedigated his life Corunna, Tuesday, Jan. I I, atll ~he marned Bernard Sehuppler m after retirement to the church. He a.l11. with the Rev. Donald P. Ha- ChIcago Sept. 5, He died July also enjoyed carpentry and helping I skell officiating.. 8, others with their projects. Burial will be in 'PI'ne TI'e C t Mrs, Schuppler was a homemaker. S '. I' d h.. C' urvlvors e eme - S '. I d InC u e: IS WI. e, ery, Corunna. urvlvors mc u e: A son, Walter Gladys; two sons, James R. anq The body rests at th f I (Myrlle) Schupplcr of Corunna; two.. " e ullera d I 'Id,.., Christine Scott of Allendale, MIch., home and may be seen loday from 7 gran c 11 ren, Patncta Schuppler of Joseph D. and Jan Scott of Corunna; to 9 p.m. and Monday 2 t,j' COHlnna and Robert Schuppler of one daughter, Mrs. Randy (Jeanette) p,m, with the family pres~~~~ to 4.Flint; two great-grandchildren? and, Strickland of Durand; seven grand- p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. 0 a brother, Howard Gould of Arizona. children, Janeene Cinctlsh of Cali-, She was born I'n M t I She was predeceased by her pai on ca III I., fornia, Joel, Patrick, Charles and County on May 30, 1915, the child ren s, a d b h sls~er an a rot er. Carrie Scott, Scott and Matt Strick-,of Jay and Lucinda (Andcrson)~el11o\'lals are suggestcd to the land; one sister,. Doris Case of Flint; 'Gould. Shlawassee County Humane Society. one brother, Robert Dunn of Montague; several niec~sand nephews. Mr. Scott was predeceased by his. Memorials are suggested to the FIrSt Congregational Church of pa'rents and one sist~r, Ellen Durand or Hospice of Shiawassee Haliman, :'1, ';J,. County. 165

167 166 Ownqso ArOllR-nress 1994 Lucille M. Schneider Age 63, of Corunna, died Monday, June 27, 1994, at her residence. Mrs. Schneider was a homemaker and had worked at Carpart Corp. Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Friday, July 1 at 2 p.m. Pastor Leo Haring will officiate with burial in Fairfield Cemetery. Visitation will, be today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. Mrs. Schneider was born in Owosso on July 23, 1930, the daughter of Ray N. and Theora (Scarbrough) Newell. On March 2, 1963, she and Clarence "Shorty" G. Schneider were married in OWOSSQ Easton Church L-- ~ l. of Christ. She was affiliated with the Victory Baptist Church. Lillian M. Schneider \. Survivors include her husband, Age,95, of Owosso died Saturday i Clarence; two sons, Mike Pasik of afternoon. June , at the Shia- California and John (Marsha) Pasik,wassee County Medical Care Facil- of Flint; two daughters, Mrs. Neil ity, COfUnlla. " (Tami) MacFadden and Wendy Mrs. Sehncider was a homemaker Schneider, both of Owosso; four,and was employed by' the D.M. gran~children, Jennifer. Pasik and Christian Storc; Owosso for 20 Anme, Lena and Matthew MacFad~ i years. den; two brothers, Robert Newell of Services, will beheld at the Owosso and Ray Newell of Chesan,Jennings-Lyons FlIIleral Chapel, ing; several nieces and nephews; Owosso on Tllcsduy, II a.m. The I special family friend, Ken.Everett. Rev. Dr. H. B. Oliver will ofliciatc She was predeceased by her pa,witb burial in Oak Hill CClilCtCry.! rents and several brothers and Fricnds may call at thc chapel today. sisters..7 to.9 p.m. Memorials may be made. to the Mrs. Schncidcr,was bom in Salisbury, N.C. on May 16, 1899, the daughter of Isaac and Catherine (Carter) Chandler. She attended Asheville, N.C. schools. Mrs. Schneider resided in Owosso' since 1927, moving from Asheville, N.C. She married Charlcs B. Moore in 192 L Then shc marricd William C. Schneidcr in Mr. Schneider died in Mrs. Schneidcr was a past mcmbcr of thc Womcn '8 Club, a membcr ofthc Mcmorial Hospital Auxiliary, having worked in the Hospi\al Gift Lucille M. Schneider Memorial Fund. Elmer A.schneider Shop (or 25 years, retiring at thq age,of 90. She was recognized for James S' J!.. 'bl 20,000 volunteer hours of service to Cuel e the hospital. ' Age 60, of Owosso died Sunday Survivors include: one daughter, De~. 18,.1994, at his home. ' Mrs. James (Florence) Dignan of will r~~natlon h~s taken place. There Owosso; three grandchildrcn, Ter- Wh I no ser~lce. Arrangements by rance (Linda) Dignan or Owosso,!L t~ pley-martm Funeral Home, New Josefa (Josephine) Sereseroz Age 88, of Owosso died Monday, April 11, 1994, at her daughter's residence in st. Johns. Mrs. Sereseroz was a homemaker. Services will be held Friday, April 15, 10 a.m. at St.Paul Catholic Church, Owosso. The Rev. Fr. Robert D. Kolenski will officiate with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. There will be a Rosary this evening, 7 p.m., at the chapel. Mrs. Sereseroz was born in Mexico on Feb. 26, 1906, the daughter of Juan and Sostenz (De Rosa) Garcia. Age 99,,:of Owosso died Wednes- She had resided in OWosso for 55 day, April 20, 1994, at the Durand years. Mrs. Sereseroz resided with _Convalescent. Center..' her daughter, Cecilia Martinei, in Mt. Schnetder was a custodian at St. Johns. The Memorial Hospital for 10 years She and Arturo Sereseroz were an~ was a fanner most of his life. united in marriage. Th.ere will be no services. Burial Mrs. Sereseroz attended st. Paul was In Oak Hill Cemetery; Owosso. Catholic Church, Owosso. Arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Survivors include: her children, Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Bernardo and Janie Sereseroz of Owosso, Lupe and Adela Sereseroz of Owosso, Frank and Joann Mrs. William (Julie) Ranspach of 0 rop. Ann Arbor, Mary Dignan of Santa ~ Fe, N.M.; grcat-grandchildrcn, Lind- N.c'; onc niccc, Mrs. Robert say, Patrick and Erik Dignan, Helen (Pcggc) Hassclback or Owosso; sev Ranspach and' Mrs. David (Rcnce) 'eral great-nicces and great-nephews.. Wright, of Brighton; grcat-grcat- Mcmorials arc suggestcd to the grandchildrcn, Ashley and Austin I Memorial Hcalthcarc Foundalion or Wright; thrce nephcws of Louisvillc, the Shiawassee County Medical. Care. Facility. Sereseroz of Owosso, Tom and Lynn Sereseroz of Corunna, Cecilia,and Miguel Martinez of St. Johns, Dora and Edward Shaw of Owosso, Irena and Mark Podolan of Corunna; 33 grandchildren; 45 greatgrandchildren; sisters, Dem.etria Garcia of Deckerville, Cruz Romero of Ohio" Alicia Tober of Arizona. Mrs. Sereseroz was predeceased by her husband, Arturo, son,. Joe, four brothers and two grandchildren. Memorials are suggested to St. Paul Catholic Church or the American CancerSocietv.

168 Ol"ATnCOn 71~,...,...,... _roc;" J QQL1 Albert Christian Schultz Walter Howell "Sonny" Schultz Age 77, of 5603 N. State Rd., Age 75, of 315 W. Stewart St., Owosso died Friday, June 17, 1994,' Owosso died today, Friday, Jan. 21, I at his residence. 1994, at his residence., Mr. Schilltz was employed by Mr. Schultz worked in production, Universal Electric, General Motors for Mid-West Abrasives and then for and was a fanner. G.M., Fisher Body, Coldwater Rd., Services will be held at the retiring in 1978., Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Services wlii be held at the Owosso on Monday at I I a.m. Pas- Nelson-House Funeral Homes, tor Don Galardi will officiate with Owosso on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1994, burial in West Haven Cemetery. at 1 p.m. Pastor Leo Haring will Friends may call at the chapel officiate with burial in Oak Hill today 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. Cemetery. Friends may call at the I to 9 p.m. chapel Saturday 2 to 9 p.m. and, Mr. Schultz was born in Owosso Sunday and Monday 9 a.m. to 9, on July 21, 1916, the son of Albert p.m. with the family being present John and Lola Anna (Schautz)' from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Schultz. Mr. Schultz was born in Owosso On Jan. 3, 1942, he and Georgene on May 29, 1918, the son of Walter W. Bussell were married in Owosso. and Clara (Howell)' Schultz. He re Kathleen R. Schroeder: Mr. Schultz was a member of the sided all his life in Owosso. Community Evangelical Presbyte- On June 27, 1969, he and Zona t Age 93, of Owosso died Monday rian Church. Parker-Weller were married in 'morning, Sept. 26, 1994,ut the Dur- Survivors include; his wife, Corunna. and Convalescent Center. Georgene; follr sons, Gary Schultz Mr. Schultz served in the U. S. Mrs. Schroeder started work as a' of Elsie, Dean (Linda) Schultz of Anny Air Force during World War secretary for the Michigan Farm Bu- Owosso, Kent (Susan) Schultz of II in the Asiatic Pacific Theater. Teau in the 1920's and the Michigan. Mt. Pleasant and Kirk (Lori) Schultz 'He was a member of the Victory State Health Depl:lrtment, Lansing. of New Hudson; one daughter, Cor- Baptist Church and the Owosso She also worked for th9,ration rine (Fred) Boosinger of Lennon; V.F.W. Post Board in OWOSSo and, thc Coop~ra- one daughter-in~law, Darlene Survivors include: his wife, Zona; tive Extension Office of Shiawassee Schultz of Ovid; nine grandchildren;' one son and his wife, Gary and Sue County. ',I two great-grandchildren; two Schultz of Owosso; five stepchil- A memorial service 'r"i.1i be he/.d at brothers, Delos (Mildred) Schultz dren, David (Barb) Parker of Tucthe Burton CommunIty,United and Jack Schultz both of Owosso; son, Ariz., Bryan (Angie) Weller of Methodist Church, Owosso on We?- two sisters, Doris (Robert) Hendry Fayetteville, Ark., Steven (Charlene) nesday, Sept. 28, I p.m. Pastor WII- of Owosso, Betty (Raymond) Gus- Weller of Traverse City, Debbie Ham Seitz will officiate. Burial service tafson of Atlanta, Ga.; a brother-in- (Ken) Louth of Fowlerville, Brenda will be private. law William Little of Owosso; sev- (William) Alliss of Byron; four Visitation will follow the memori,jl' eral' nieces and nephews.' grandchildren; 10 stepgrandchildren; service at the church... Mr. Schultz was predeceased by a two great-granddaughters; one sister, Mrs. Schroeder was born In Wll- son, Greg, a sister, Marion Little and Mrs.' Leo (Margaret) Biltucci of Iiamston, Mich. on June 9~ 1901,.the his parents.c" Owosso. daughter of John E. and Eva (Wllk~ Memorials are suggested to Hos- Mr. Schultz was predeceased by inson) Foote.. She,was ~ gra?uateof pice of Shiawassee. his parents, a daughter, Paula Ann Cleary College,Ypsllanh. Mrs. Schultz and a sister, Elizabeth. Schroeder had resided, in Owosso Memorials are suggest~d to the ;ince 1927., " 'men) Schioed~r br phoenix, Arii.; Victory Baptist Church or Friends of On Dec. 20, 1923, she and Ralph eight grandchildren, Bruce F. (Caro- H. Schroed,er were married in Lans-i line) Hevelhurst of Jenison, Scott L. ing. He passed away Feb. 21, (Katy) Hevelhurst of Jenison,Mrs. Mrs. Schroeder attepded Burton Mitchell (Karen) Nagel of East Grand, Community U~ite~ Method!st Rapids, Thomas D: (Elena) Schr~ederli Church, was active III the Ladles of La Jolla Calif., Douglas D.'(MlOko) Aid Society of Burton,United Schroede; of Lihue, Kaui, Hawaii,' Methodist Church, was a life l11em~ Mrs. Rick (Leigh Ann) Irland of berof the O.E.S. Abigail Chaptef, Owosso, David R. (Kathy)) Schroeder life member, of the West Owosso 6fOwosso, Mrs. Frank (Dialla) Thaler Women's Extension Group, member 'of Owosso;.17 great-grandchildren of the Shiawassee County Farm Bll- ana one great-great-grandson, i reau, follner active supporter of the ' Mrs. Schroeder was predeceased Shiawassee County Fair, particularly by one grandson,' Carl Joseph in the Women's Building. ' 'Schroeder, two sisters and four Survivors include: a daughter, Mrs.,brothers. Harry.. H, (Jacque/yn) Hevelhurst of. Memorials are suggested to the CO~U11l1a; sons, Kenneth H. (Donna) B~rton Community United Method-,' Schroeder of Owosso, R. Dean (Car- ist Church, Owosso. Ho~pice. Albert Christian Schultz Age 77, of 5603 N. State Rd., Owosso died Friday, June 17, Mr. Schultz was employed by Universal Electric, General Motors and was a farmer. Services will be held at the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Monday at 11 a.m. 167

169 168 Harold A. Sexton Age 90, of Corunna, died Sunday, Sept. 11, 1994, at Memorial Health ' care Center, Owosso. Mr. Sexton was a retired carpenter. Services will be held at Ridgelawn Cemetery, Breckenridge, Mich. on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 11 a.m. Pastor David Miles will officiate. Visitation will be today from 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Sexton was born in Wheeler,. Mich. on Oct. 15, 1903, the son of Seth and Edna (Breckenridge) Sex-.' ton. He graduated from Breckenridge High School. He was married to Alice Edgar. She died in He had resided in the Owosso/Corunna area for the past 42 years., Survivors include: two daughters, Joyce Pashak of Pinconning and Bonnie Kendall of Gobels,MiCh.; one son, James Dundas of Simsbury, Conn.; 13 grandchildren, Thomas Pashak Jr., Edward Pashak, Ann Pashak, Steven Pashak, David Pashllk, all of Pinconning, Charles Bier of Kalamazoo, Margaret Bier. of Grant, Jamie Parker of Grant, David Bier of White Cloud, Gregory Bier of White Cloud, Diana Pittsley. of Pul1man, Tina Kendall of White : Cloud and Wendy Dundas of St. ' Petersburg, Fla.; 28 great-,! grandchildren; one sister, Mildred,Partee of Corunna. Mr. Sexton was predeceased by his wife, Alice, a daughter, Betty Ann Sexton, a brother, Lewis Sexton, a sister, Eloise Wells, his pa- :rents and one son-in-law. Memorials may be made to the charity of donor's choice. Orville M. Sexton Age 68, of Owosso, died Sunday, Jan. 2, 1994, at his residence. Mr. Sexton's wishes Were 'that there be no visitation or services. Mr. Sexton was born in Owosso, Jan. 8, 1925, the son of Milton and Lena (Perkins) 'Sexton. He attended Chesaning schools. He had served in the U.S. Navy during World War 11. Survivors 'include: two daughters, Kathy Burke of California and Mrs. JUlie (Terry) Weaver of Owosso; seven grandchildren; and four great-,grandchildren; many brothers and sisters; also special friends, May, Jan, and Charlie, all of Owosso., Arrangements were made by Nelson-House Funeral Homes 'Owosso., Owosso Argus-press 1994 Robert D. Serviss Age 58, of 998 Carland Rd.,. Owosso died Thursday, June 23, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Serviss was a dairy farmer. Se~vices will be held at the Houghton Chapel-Osgood Funeral Home, Ovid on Sunday, June 26, 1 :30 p.m. The Rev. Mark Miller will officiate with burial in South Bingham Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel today and Saturday 2 to 4' p.m. and 7 to 9 p;m. Memorials are suggested to the donor's choice. Mr. Serviss was born in St. Johns on April 22, 1936, the son of King and Irma (Gage) Serviss. He had resided most of his life in Ovid. On July 22, 1973, he and Jeanne Finley were married in Ovid. Mr. Serviss was a l1)ember bf the Dairy Shrine, Holstein Association and Was a former volunteer with Ovid-Middlebury Fire Department. Survivors include: his wife, Jeanne; two daughters, Christy and Betsy Serviss both of Owosso; his parents, King and Irma Serviss of Ovid; two brothers, William 'and Jean of DeWwitt, Dale and Pat of Ovid; grandson, Joshua Bundschu of Muskegon; four nieces and one nephew. Mr. Serviss was predeceasyd by a daughter, Debra Serviss. Elizabeth R. Serviss Age 81, of Owosso, died Friday, July 29, 1994, at' her home. Mrs. Serviss was a homemaker. There will be no funeral service or visitation. Mrs. Serviss, was born in' Lake" view, Jan 3, 1913, the daughter of John and Emma (Seesl11~n)Granzo. She graduated. from Greenville High School in the class of 193 I. She and John Serviss' were,married on June 19, 1936, in Vicksburg. She resided most of her life in the Owosso area: Mrs. Serviss Was a member of the Chdst' Episcopal Church in Owosso. She was a former Girl Scout Leader. Survivors. include: her husband, John. Serviss' of Owoss'o; three daughters, Charlene and Richard' Wright of Corunna, Sharon and Howard Baker of Owosso, Mary and John Mihalek of Mattawan; seven grandchildren; four great-' grandchildren; arid a brother, Russell Granzo of Ada... She was pi'edeceased, by her pa '[(mis" a daughter, a grandson and twd brothers. Memorials maybe.made to a charity of the donor's choice in her SEARs, Agnes E. (Hunt) - of lansing, MiChigan, beloved mother of Marilyn Schenk, age 89, died May 8; 1994 in Lansing, MiChigan. Funeral services will be held lpm Thursday, May '12, 1994 at the Hanlin Funeral Home, Millington. Rev. })avid Stephens officiating. Burial in GUnnell Cemetery, Arbela Twp. Friends may call at the Hanlin Funeral Home, Wednesday, 12 noon- 9pm. Mrs. Sears was born December 13, 1904 "in MOnice, MiChigan and had been a resident. of lansing with her daughter Marilyn for 15 years. She was a member of East Arbela Church of Christ. SUrviving are daughter, Marilyn; 5 grandsons and wives, Steve' and, Brooke, Larry and Michelle both of Texas, Curt of Grand Ledge, Michigan, Doug mtd Julie of Holt, Michigan, Rob and Meg of Colorado; 11 'great-grandchildren, Sister, Lucille. Whitcomeof Owosso; nieces and nephews. HANuN F'UNERALaoME Millington Ethel Schlag Age 87, of Chicago, fonut)rly of Owosso, beloved wife of sculpto.r and designer of the Jefferson Head mckel; Felix Schlag, passed away Monday morning, July 25, 1994, at.the Norridge Nursing Home, Nomdge, III. Private services will be hyld at Cumberland Chapels, NOlTidge t~is evening. Interment will be in Oak HIll Cemetery, Owosso.., Ai-rangements by Smith Funeral Homes, Owosso. Margaret A. Sexton Age 58, of Owosso, died Fri~ay, Feb. 25, 1994, in Sparrow HospItal, Lansing.,.. Services will be held at Jennmgs Lyons Funeral Chapel, 10 a.m.!"10~d ay, Feb '" with bunal HI. Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be, Satur?ay 7-9 p.m.; Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

170 Owosso Argus-press Margaret M. Serr Age 93, of Owosso, formerly of Corunna died Sunday, Nov. 27, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Serr was a homemaker. Services will be held Wednesday, Nov. -30, II a.m. at the Smith Funeral Homes, Kribs Chapel,Corunna. The Rev. Mary Tame and the Rev. David E.. Ray will officiate with burial in Pine Tree Cemetery, Corunna. Visitation will be today.2 to 9 p.m.. with the family being present.2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Serr was bom in Lima, Ohio on ian. 12, 1901, the daughter 'of Fred and Anna (Breling) Stinebower. She had resided most of her life in the Corunna area. On June 28, 1919, she and Fred, Serr were married in Owosso. He! died Oct. 22, Mrs. Serr was a member of the Corunna United Methodist Church,. Friday Afternoon Club, Social Service Club, Corunna Extension Club, Order of Eastern Star #200 and the Faith Circle at Corunna United Methodist Church. Survivors include: one son, Fred W. and Maxine Serr of Ludington; one daughter, Naomi and Bryce Jacobs of Corunna; five grandchildren, Sylvia (Jacobs).and John Nations, Janet (Serr) and Hartwell Pelton, JoAnn (Serr) and Bill Westenbarger, Kyle and Mary Lou Jacobs, Peter and Denise Serr; eight greatgrandchildren and four great-greatgrandchildren. Mrs. Serr was predeceased by two brothers and one sister. Memorials are suggested to the Corunna United Methodist Church or the American Heart Association. The family is being served by the Smith Funeral Homes, 302 W. Corunna Ave., Corunna. Frank J. Sedlacek Age 77, of Corunna, died Friday, March 18, 1994, at The Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. There will be no services. Burial will be in Fort Custer National Cemetery, Battle Creek. Arrangements were handled by Smith Funeral Homes, Inc., Kribs Chapel, Corunna. Mary L. Serr Age 63, of Owosso died Wednesday morning, Sept. 7, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mrs. Serr was a homemaker. Services will be held at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Saturday, Sept. 10, II a.m. Mr. Marion Ellis will officiate. with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Owosso. Friends may call at the chapel today 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Serr was born April 6, 1931, in Fort Wayne, Ind., the daughter of Carl P. and Mabel (Steckley) Pepper. She had resided 41 years in Owosso. On July II, 1953, she and Jefferson D. Serr were married in Plainfield, Ind. Mrs; Serr was a fonner member of the Child Study Club. Survivors include: her husband, Jefferson D. (Don) Serr of Owosso; sons, Martin Serr of Huntsville, Ala., Todd Serr of Blackstone, Va.; daughters, Julie and Martin Finucane of Davison, Brenda Serr of Lansing; three grandsons, Jordan and Nicholas Serr, Winston Finucane; a sister, Jean Rudder of Plainfiled, Ind. Mrs. Serr was predeceased by her parents, one brother and ol1e son, Mark. Memorials are suggested to the Arthritis Foundation. Gerald N. Seelhoff Age 53, of Lansing, formerly of Owosso, died Friday, Dec. 9, A memorial service will be held Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Gorsline~ Runciman Co., Lansing Chapel, 900. E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. The family will receive friends following the service. Mr. Seelhoff was born Aug. 16, 194 kin Shiawassee County. Alon'gtime resident of the Lans-I jng area, Mr. Seelhoff had been employed for several years with the Board'of Light and Water in Lansing.. He Was a member of the Deti'oit Region S.C.C.A. and the Michigan Ice Racing Association.. Survivors include: One daughter, j Lorilyn k. Seelhoff of Texas; a son, Gregory K. (Sherry) Seelhoff of East Lansing; two grandchildren, James and William; and two brothers, Charles and Harlan. Those desiring may make contributions to Visiting Nurse Home Care and Hospice, Inc., in Mr. Seelhoff s memory. Alice C. Shoemaker Alice C. Shoemaker, 87, of Owosso, died Saturday, July 2, 1994, at the Durand Convalescent Center. Services are to be held at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso Tuesday, July 5, 1994, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Lewis P. Compton will officiate.. Burial will be in O.nk HI,II Cemetery. The body rests at the funeral chapel and may be seen today between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. and Monday between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Born Aug. 26, 1906, in Owendale, she was the daughter of John and Mary Ann (Gregor) Pobanz.. She obtained a bachelor?f sclenc.e degree from Central Michlg~n UI~Iversity in 1939 and had hved. III Owosso since 1957 after havlllg moved from Alma. She married George Shoemaker March \ \941 in Angola, Ind. Mrs. Shoemaker was affiliated with st. John United Church ~f Christ and the women's fellowslup of that Ghurch. She was also a member of the Memorial HeaIthcare Auxiliary and the Shiaw~ss.ee County Retired Teachers ASSOCIatIOn. Mrs. Shoemaker retired as a teacher from Bryant Elementary School in.owosso in Survivors include: One son, James (and Sara) Shoemaker of Owosso; one daughter, Mrs. Emerson (Jat:et) Stafford of San Francisco, Cahf.; five grandchildren, David and Lee Stafford William Barber, all of San Francisdo and Jason and Lisa Shoe:.. maker of Owosso; a great-grandson, Josh~Ja Barber of San Francisc?; one sister, Mrs. Ethel Bailey of PIgeon; alfd a brother, Stanley Pobanz of. Owendale.. She was predeceased by her husband and one sister. Memorials are suggested to St. John United Church of Christ or the Durand Convalescent Center. Agapito "Joe" Sereseroz, Age 62, of Owosso died Saturday, -Jan. 1, Mr. Sereseroz worked for General Motors, Fisher Body; Plant #2, Flint. SerVices will be held Wednesday, Jan. 5, 10 a.m. at the St.-.paul's. Cathol.ic Church, Owosso. '~Fn(mds may call at the Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso.

171 170 Barbara June Shelley Owosso Argus-press 1994 'Lucille (Spencer) Age 75, Df New LDthrop died Saturday, Feb. 5, 1994, at the CliD CDnvalescent Center.. Sharp Mrs. Shelley and her husband DP- Age 72, Df.2625 W. M-21 erated a JDhn Deere Implement deal- OWDSSD, died MDnday, Feb. 14:' ership, Shelley Equipment, first in 1994, at the residence Df hel' Clio, then in New LDthrop until their daughter in OWDSSO. retireinent. Mrs. Sharp had wdrked at Red- Se~ices will be held at Whelpley- mdnds, ~niversal Electric, Chip Martm Funeral Home, New LDthrop. pewa Redl-Mix and fdr the C. M. on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at II a.m.! Schultz Oil Co. The Rev. Tom Badley will Dfficiate I Services will be held at NelsDnwith burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, HDuse Funeral HDmes, OWOSSD IOn Clio. Visitation will be at the funeral Thursday, Feb. 17 at 11 a.m. The' home tdday from 2 to 9 p.m. and Rev. ~arl Skimier and the Rev. Ray Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 Strawser}Vill officiate with burial in. p.m. Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation will Mrs. Shelley was born in LaPorte, be today from 7 t09 p.m.. and I?d. on June 15, 1918, the daughter ~ednesday ~rom.9 a.m. to 9 p.m. of L. J. and Iva Nadine (Hatfield). With the family bemg present from 2 ~mith. Her father died when she was' I to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. SIX months old. She.and her brothers. Mrs. Sharp was born in Owosso were raised by her mother and step~ on Jan. IS, 1922, the daughter of W d E Sh h d.. an a. ep er father, Jacob Hougendobler. Frank and Rose (Herman) Zacharda. Age 74, Df OWDSSO died,saturday, ~~e g~aduated frdm RDlIing She graduated from OWDSSD High Nov. 5, 1994, at her residence. Prame Hlgh SChDOI in Indiana in SChODl. ' Mrs. Shepherd lived in OWDSSD She 'had resided in the New. On Sept. 10, 1983, she and Paul most of her life and worked in L,othrop area since Sharp were married in Corunna. several of the manufacturing plants On Oct. 1, 1938, she and Ray" Mrs. Sharp was affiliated with the in town. mond C. Shelley were married. in O"(OSSD First Baptist Church and Services will be held at. a later Roll~ng Prairie, Ind. He preceded. was a member Df the OWOSSD Eagles date. There will. be nd visitatidn. her In death on Nov. 29, and.the V.F.W. Auxiliary. She wasa. Mrs. Shepherd was born in Lans- Mrs. Shelley was a member of 600 Club bowler and the first WD- ing IOn Sept. 4, 1920, the daughter of Bethany United Methodist Church man td roll a 600 in Shiawassee. Floyd "RDY" and Pearl (Jackson) Clio. ' CDunty..' Taylor. She attended school in Lans- Survivors. include: one daughter, Survivors include: her husband ing and Ovid. Karen Rae and husband Dennis Ni~ Paul; twd daughters, Mrs. RDsann In 1942, she married Charles Shec~ols Df CIiD; one ~on, Daryl and (Tim) Felver and Mrs. Becky (DDn), pherd. He died in wlfe Mary Shelly of FentDn; six Coffman; twd sons, Gary C. (Mar- Survivors include: three daughtgrandchildren and seven great- gie) Spencer and RDbert H. (Tracy) ers, Mrs. Dodie (Bill) HDrtDn Df grandchildren, Karen Somers and Spencer;, nine grandchildren and OWOSSD, Mrs. Jerrie Whisman of Joshua Df FentDn, Joni (JDhn Still- three great-grandchildren; sisters-in- Elsie, Mrs. Dixie (De~n) Reynolds wagdn) CDurtney and Kelsey Df law,.mrs. Rolene Zacharda and Mrs. Df Corunna; ten grandchildren; 16 West. Branch, Kelly (Greg) Schtiter Phyhs Z.acharda; nieces, nephews great-grandchildren and a greatand KayJa of Vassar, Dan (Sheree) and special friends Bud and Mary great-grandson; a sister, Mrs. Joyce Pidwinski and NikDle of Cocoa Spencer. (Delbert) Tobias orelsie' a sister-inf la.,. RaymDnd C. (Lori)' Shelley:. MemDrials are suggested td HDS- law, Mrs. An'cal Sheph~rd of Flor- Kyle and Kaelyn of Oscoda and pice Df Shiawassee Dr OWOSSD First ida and severaj'nieces and nephews. Mick (RDbin) Nichols Df New Lo- Bal?tist Church. Also special friend, Bill Bartz. {hrdp. She is also survived by an Memorials are suggested to the aunt; Catherine Guernsey of Swartz.American Heart. Fund Dr to the char- Creek, sister-in-law and brothers-in- ity Df the donor's chodsing. law, Orma Miller of IDnia, Veda Nancy Kay Shepard ~rrangements by: Larsen and Donna Smith Of Lake-! A view, Willaveen and Dale Skutt Df I A ge 51, DfS1. Johns, died Tuesday, Six Lakes, Lela and Don BDlIinger ug. 2; 199~, at her hdme. Paul T. Shafer Df North Carolina, CarDI Smith of a Services ":IIl be Friday, Aug. 5 at 11 Age 80, of Davenport" Fla., Flint, Kay Paseka Df MissDuri Val- J'~' at ~nl1th Funeral HDmes, St. pass,ed away Friday, May 13, 1994, ley,. Iowa; several cousins nieces ;:s d Capel. The Rev. Dennis I Ianfd.Woodlawn Hospital, Rochester,! and nephews including special niece f~ ~n orf and Fr. David Parsch will and namesake Barbara Klatt of CO Icmte with burial in Pine Grove A memorial service will -be held Clio." emetery, Ithaca, Mich.. a t B ancro ft CongregatiDnal Church, ' ~ Mrs. Shelley was predeceased by rvt,onday, May 16, at ~I p.m. There her husband, parents and brothers, will. be no visitation.. Robert and Harold. MemOl:iid ddnations in.fieri of' She was a wdnderful mdther, fl -. grandmother and friend and will be owers may be given td Twin so missed. '. Township Ambulance... A~rangements by Whelpley- Martm Funeral Home, New LDthrop.

172 Owosso Argus-press 1994 J. Allison Shepard Eva May Shepard Annie R. Shepard Age 84, of Owosso, passed away Age 80, of Owosso died this Age 70, of Owosso, died Sunday, Tuesday, April 26, morning, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 1994, at May 22, 1994, at her home. Mr. Shepard retired in 1972 from, the Memorial Healthcare Center, Mrs. Shepard was a homemaker Owosso Motor Products, formerly, Owosso.. and taught freshman English and Redmond Motors, after ten years of Mrs. Shepard was a homemaker. history at Chesaning High School service. He previously worked for Services will be held at J,ennings Borden Dairy in Owosso for seven: Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Servicys will. be held at Jenningsyears and farmed in, Sterling.. " Thursday, Feb. 3 at 10:30 a.m. The Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso on Services will beheld at Jenl11ng~-: Rev. Robert Beebe will officiate Tuesday, May 24 at 1 p.m. The Rev. Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso, Fn- with burial in Alger Cymetery, Al- Ray Strawser will officiate with burday, April 29,1994, at II :3.0 a.m. ger. Visitation will be at the funeral ial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Visita The Rev. Robert A., Beebe WIll offi- home, with the family present to tion will be today from 2 to 4 p.m.. ciate. Burial will be in Alger Cemet- meet friends, on Wednesday from 2 and 7 t09 p.m. ery, Alger. Visitation will be at the, to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs~ Shepard was born in Chechapel today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9' Mrs. Shepard was born in Alger saning on Jan. 26, 1924, the p.m, ".' on Nov. 10, 1913, the daughter of daughter of Clarence and Annie Mr. Shepard was born in Sterling, David M. and Anna (Shagena) (Foreman) Brainerd. She graduated July 1, 1909, the son of James Ru- Seder. She resided most of her life from Chesaning High School in ben and Ida May (Corp) Shepard. in Arenac County until and attended Central Michigan He attended Melita School and Pre- On May 9, 1931, she and J.Alli- Normal. She had resided in Owosso scott School and lived in Arenac, son Shepard were married in and Chesaning n10st of her life. County most of his life. He and Eva Saginaw. On Nov. 4, 1945, she. and Jack May Seder were married in Sagi J Mrs. Shepard attended the Cor- Shepard were married in Chesaning. naw, May 9, unna Free Methodist Church. She was afliliated with the First He was a member of the Corunna Survivors include: husband, J. AI- Baptist Church of Owosso and Free Methodist Church. Iison Shepard; one daughter, Mrs. served on many church boards and Survivors include: a daughter, Bob (Shirley) Taylor of Corunna; taught Sunday school. She was a Mrs: Bob(Shirley) Taylor ~f Cor~ two granddaughters, Lisa Taylor of member of the YWCA and the Exunna; two granddaughters, LIsa Tay- Corunna, Denise Taylot of Owosso; tension Club of Owosso and also lor of Corunna and Denise Taylor~f two great-grandsons, Michael and 'taught physical education at.the Owosso; two great~g~andsons, MI- Jason Kirby; one sister, Mrs. Earl YMCA.. chael and Jason Kirby;. several (Celia) Triplett of West Branch; sev- Survivors include: her husband, nieces, nephews, and cousln~.. ' er~j nieces, nephews and cousins. )ack; one daughter, Julie S~~pard of He was. predeceased by his WIfe, ( l Mrs. Shepard was predeceased by.lansing; one sister, Teresa Graham Eva, four sisters, three brothers, and two sisters, threpbrothers and one of Owosso; two brothers, Clarence a son who died at bhih.. son who died at,birth. Brainerd of Florida and Alvin Memorials may be. made to the Memorials may be made to, the (Edith) Brainerd of St. Helen, Mich. Corunna Free Methodist Church,. Corunna Free Methodist Church. Mrs. Shepard was predeceased by. ' ' one sister. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church or the Salvation Anny. Funeral arrangements by Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso. Elbert Allen Sidel Age 59, of Ellenton, Fla., formerly of Perry, passed away Su~day, March 13, 1994, at his residence. Mr. Sidel was retired from Oldsmobile in Lansing... Mr. Sidel was born in l:ansing on March ~O, 1934, the son of Wesley and Hazel (Daniels) Sidel. He. resided most of his life in the Lanslllg/ Mr. Sidel was predeceased by his Perry area., '" h On Dec. 8, 1956, he and Joan lat er and two brothers, Don and Retzloff were married in Lansing.. Bob. Survivors include: his wife, Joan;' Services will be held at the S 'd' I J f Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRtwo sons Elbert (Tina) 1 e r. 0, h (C' d ) S'd 1 of owe Chapel, Perry on Saturday, Morrice and Jo n 111 y 1 e North Carolina; two stepsons, Daniel M!1rc~ 19 ~t I p.t;j. Pa~tor Jo~n (Kim) Wells of Lansing and Ray- ~chnelder will officiate Wlt~.bu~tal mond Scott Wells o.f Harrison; his i lil'li~ose.lawn ~emedtery. VISitatIOn mother, Hazel Sidel of Florida; one ' WI egm on urs ay from 4!o 6 brother, William (Connie) Sidel of p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Fnday S t a Fla ' two sisters Ruth from 9 a.m.,to 9 p.m. and Saturday a sum,.,, fl f f. P lib. Moss of Tallahassee, Fla. and Betty un lime 0 se~lce. a earers tn- (C 1) P tt r n of Dimondale; four clude: Elbert Sidel III, Robyn Regr:~dda:g~t::S and four grandsons; tzloff;, R~ndy Retzlo~f,' Mike Sidel, I nieces and nephews. severa Denny T~ayer' and TIm Rahl. Memonals are suggested to the family. 171

173 172 Owosso Argus-press 1994 T. Andy Shippee Age 82, of Owosso, passed away 'Claude' Jack' Sigmon Sunday, Jan. 16, 1994 at his Age 61, of Owosso, died Saturresidence. 'day, Nov. 12, 1994, at the Memorial Mr. Shippee was retired from HealthcareCenler, Owosso. S~iawass~e Couhty as Equalization The funeral for Mr. Sigmon will Director m 1977, having served that be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Nelsonoffice for 1 I years. Prior to that, he House Funeral Homes"OwosSO with was Bennington Township Supervi- Pa,stor M~rk Filan officiating. Burial sor from 1960 _ He also will be tn Pine TreeCeme'tery fanned his homestead until he was Conmna. ' 80 years old. Visitation at the funeral home will Services will be held at St. Paul be today from 2-9 p.m. and Monday Catholic Church, Owosso, Wednes- fr?m 9 a:m.to 9 p.m. The family day at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Fr. will receive friends Monday from Kenneth Coughlin will officiate with 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. I burial in st. Paul Cemetery, A VFW memorial service will be Owosso. Visitation will be at held Monday at 7:30 p.m. Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Mr.. Sigmon was born Dec.l, Owosso, today 7 to 9 p.m. and 1932, ill Fnmklin County, Va., the Tuesday 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. s~n of John and Nettie (Sloan) A rosary will be said Tuesday at 7 Sigmon. p.m. at the chapel. He had resided in the Owosso Ar L S. M,. Sh;ppoo w"' bo,ri;n B,nn;ng- "",;noo Ice eota Immonds ton Township, March 2, 1911, the?n Dec. I, 1973, he and Beverly Age 99, of Owosso, died Sunday, son of James W. and Sarah (Dono- Pr~eur were ri1arried in Harrisville, March 20, 1994,at Shiawassee van) Shippee. He graduated from St. Mich.. County Medical Care Facility, Paul High School, class of 1928 and A!tfe member of the Owosso Corunna. C?wosso Business College. He was,a VFW and the.eagles Club, Mr. Sig- Mrs. Simmonds was a practical lifelong resident of Owosso. He and ~non served With the U.S. Navy dur- nurse. Margaret W. Coe were married mg the Korean conflict. Services will be held at Nelson- Sept. 28, 1938, at St. Paul's Catholic He was employed with General House Funeral Homes, Owosso on Church, Owosso of which he was a Mot.ors for 40 years as a truckdriver Tuesday, March 22 at 2 p.m. Pastor member. at Fisher Guide Inland. Robert Stephan will officiate with Survivors in~lude: his wife Mar- Survivors include: His wife, Be~burial in LaPorte Cemetery, LaPorte, garet; seven daughters, Janet' ShiP'- v~r1y; five daughters, Mrs. John (Ja- Mich. Visitation will be today from pee of Owosso, Mrs. John (Molly) TIts) <;lallo of Tacoma, Wash., Ms. ~ to 9 p.m. and Tuesday 9 a.m. until Fagan of Warren, Mrs. James (Joan) Glorta Moo~e of Flint, Mrs. Jim time of service. Roddy of Durand, Mrs. Ed (Rita) (N~ncy) Atchison of Flint, Mrs. Ray Mrs. Simmonds was born in Sagi- Dunn of Durand, Mrs. Rod (Susan) (Linda) Smith of San Antonio, naw County on Aug. 31, 1894, the Wal~er?f Clare, Mrs. Jim (Sally) T.exas, and Mrs. Gary (Cathy) Gu- daughter of Peter and Polly (Ben Pa~klewlcz of Newago, and Ann ziak of Coru~na; two sons, Michael nett) Wehner. She attended LaPorte Shippee of Owosso; 23 grandchil- (Shelley) EtIHer of G.rand Blanc and S.chools and had resided in Owosso dren; a great-grandchild' several Donald (Judy) Verdle,r of Flint 27 Sll1ce nieces and nephews.' grandc.hildren; and six gr~at-.on Sept. 28,1957, she and Loyal. He was predeceased by ason Jim grandchildren., Sunmonds were married in Angola, m 1987, one brother and four sisters.. He was predeceased by a brother. Ind. He predeceased her on Jan. 24, Memorials may be made to St. Memonal contributions are sug~ Vincent DePaul or Salvation Army.gested to the Owosso VFW. ber Mrs. of Simmonds LaPorte United was a past Methodist mem- Church. She was a hlember of the Golden Agers and Macabees, O.E.S. Robert E. Simmons of Grand Rapids.. Age91,of2030N. Canal Carlsbad Survivors include: one daughter, N.M. and formerly oflain~sburg died Madelene Churchill of Owosso' Mon?ay, Jan. 10, 1994, in New three grandchildren, Mrs. Charle~ MeXICO. (Peggie) Rhoten of Flint, Gerald Services will be held Friday 11 a m (Toni) Duryee of EI Paso, Tex., at!he Nelson-House Funeral'Hol~es: Mrs. Herb (Sally) Jenkins of Corunna; ten great-grandchildren; 11 Lamgsburg. Pastors Gary Hashley and Ho~ar~ Belk~ap will officiate with great-great-grandchildren; four bu~tal m Amble Cemetery, Amble.' great_great-great-grandchildren' one Friends may call at the funeral home niece and foster daughter,' Mrs. Thursday 2 to 9 p.m. Maynard (Margaret) Lawson. Mrs. Sim\11onds was predeceased by two brothers, two sisters and foster son, Charles Patterson. Memorials may be made to the Golden Agers' or church of your choice.

174 Argus-press 1994 Mary Frances Simor Age 78, of Clayton Township, died Thursday, Nov. 17, 1994, at the ; McLaren Regional Medical Center, Flint. <'i Funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Robert's Catholic Church in Flushing on Monday, Nov. 21 at II a.m. Burial will be in New Calvary i Cemetery. Friends may call at the I Sharp Funeral Home, Miller Road Chapel, Swartz Creek today from 6, to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A wake. service will be held at the funeral ; home Sunday evening at 8 p.m. 'followed by Knights of Columbus Third and Fourth Degree Service. Mrs. Simor was born in Swartz I Creek on June 14, 1916, the Anna Simpson : daughter of Joseph and Frances Age 81, of Owosso died Thursday Merinsky.. afternoon, Jan. 6, 1994, at the Me~ On Oct. 21, 1937, she and John J. morial Healthcare Center, Owosso.Simor were married in Swartz Mrs. Simpson had formerly' Creek. She was a member of st. worked at Owosso Manufacturing: Robert's Catholic Church, Flushing and Ventrola. i and a past member of. St. Mary Services will be held at the Queen of Angels CathohcChurch, Jennings-Lyons Funeral Chapel, Swartz Creek. bwosso on Monday at 11 a.m. The ' Surviv~rs include: her h~lsband, Rev. Richard L. Beemer will offici- John J. SlIllor; son, John F. SlIllor of ate with burial in Oak Hill Cemet- Flint; granddaughter, Ann Simor of ery, Owosso. Friends may call at the East Lansing an.d Flint; brother, chapel today and Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. Joseph M. Mennsky. of Swartz and 7 to 9 p.m. Creek an~ several. co~sms.. Mrs. Simpson was born in Shia- Memorial contnbutlons may be wassee Township on Jan. 31, 1912, made to the St. Robert's School the daughter of Tony and Anna Fund. (Merek) Zelenka.. She had resided Funeral arrangements by Sharp all her life in the Owosso area. Funeral Home, Swartz Creek. She and Joe Dvorak were married June 4, He died in Then, she married Wilbur Simpson on July 25, 1978 in Owosso. Mrs. Simpson was a member of the Z.C.B.J. Lodge, Owosso and she enjoyed dancing and bowling. Survivors include: her husband, Wilbur; one brother, Henry Zelenka of Elsie. Mrs. Simpson was predeceased by one sister, Bessie Ferguson and two brothers, Frank and Joe Zelenka. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society or American Heart Association. Virginia P. Sisson Age 67, of Elsie, died Monday, July 11, 1994, at the Michigan Capital Medical Center, Lansing.. Mrs. Sisson was a homemaker. Services will be held at Jennings Lyons Funeral Chapel, Owosso,?n Thursday, July 14, at 1 p.m. Bunal will be in Fairfield Township Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 2' to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Sisson was born in Flint on. April 25, 1927, the daughter of Ernest and Bridget (Walsh) Couch. She had' resided 33 years in Shiawassee County coming from Flint. On Dec. 23, 1954, she lmd Leo~ nard Sisson Jr. were married in Flint. Survivors include: her husband, Leonard; one son, Mark Sisson of Owosso; two daughters, Rhonda (Russ) Shivley of st. Johns and Vicki (Earl) Barks Jr. of St. Johns; seven grandchildren, Kari Sisson,. Trent and Todd Shivley, Michael and Mitch Favus, Amber and Mindy Monte Ray Skeels Age 45, of Durand, died Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1994, at Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Skeels worked for International Amusement in Durand. as.a driver, carrier. Services will be held at Nelson House Funeral Homes, Durand, Thursday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Robert H. Coch will officiate. Burial will be in Byron Cemetery. The family will receive friends today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.. Mr. Skeels was born in Holly, Nov. I, 1949, the son of William Eugene and Helen Naomi (Trussel) Skeels. He graduated from Holly High School class of 1967 and had I lived in Durand since He and Karon Bohman were married in Byron, Nov. 15, He was a past member of Durand Area Jaycees. Mr. Skeels served in the U.S. ArlllY during the Vietnam War.! Survivors include: his wife, Ka- ron' a son Camm of Durand; a dal:ghter, K~rie Skeels of Durand; two grandsons, Skylar Skeels and Trentn Pray; a sister, Deleen Skeels of Pontiac. He was predeceased by his parents and a brother. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Associatiog. Barks; seven brothers and five sisters. Mrs. Sisson was predeceased by her parents, one. brother and one sister. Memorials may be made tq the family., Arrangements F,line(al Chapel, by Jennings-Lyons Owosso. 173

175 174 Owosso Argus-press 1994 Sandra K~' Marble Augu$tine Skok Age 45, of Owosso, died Monday' morning, \Oct. 3, 1994,,at. home. Mrs. Skokwas'a production worker at Electro Mechanical Products.., Service~ will be held at Jennings Lyons Fune.ral Chapel, Owosso, Wednesday, Oct. 5,1994, af 1 p.m. Mr. Bob Parks will officiate. Visita- ' tion will be Wednesday 12: 15 until : time of service..' ' Mrs. Skok was born in Owosso, July 15, 1949, the daughter of Willimn D. and Norma L. (VailStratc) Marble. She graduated Irol110wOS80 High Schoo,l and resided most ofhef' life.in Owosso. She loved country mllsic; danci'ng; and writing. " Survivors includc: a son,. Robcri "Rob" Skok. of Corullna; a daughter, Max E. Sleeseman,Shonda Skok of Corunna; her. Ag~ 73, of Owosso, dit: d Tuesday mother, Norma (Jay) Masol) of mormng, Oct 11, 1994, at Memorial Owosso;, her' father, William I Healthcare Center. (JoAnn) Marble of Owo~so; br6thcr, Mr. Sle~~eman worked for the: D'1 rren,(patty) Mason of Owosso; U.S, Postal Service for 12 years, half brother, Robert Marblcof retiring 'in 1986 and worked for OWOSSO; hair sister, Suzanne,Hoen ~onsumers Powers for 30 years re- sheuci.f Owosso; niece, Kelly Wolf; tiring in 1976.' ' nephc:w, Greg Mason; several aunts Services will be held at the First ynclc;'and cousins.. United Methodist' Church bw6sso Sheiwas predeceased by grandpa Friday, Oct. 14,,1994, atll a.m: rents an,d half brother, William The Rev. ~arol J. Johns-will offici- Marble. " ' ate. R\lrial will be in Oak' drove ', M.emorials may be made to Me Cemetery. The body rests atlllonal Healthcare Centct I-Iome J~n.ni~gs-LYons Funeral, Chapel with' Healt~l/Hospice.. VISitation today 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday.2to 4 p.m.xand 7 to 9 p.m.! FUl1eralChapei, Owosso., Mr. Sleeseman was born in. Owosso Aug. 5, 1921, the Son of Earl and Lena (Rolatt) Sleesenian.,AnangClnents by Jennulgs-Lyons' He was a graduate of Corunna High Ronald L' 'SI School and resided all his life in the ater Owosso-Corunna area. He and Betty Age 54; of Battle Creek and f1 _ J. Brooks were married in Owosso,merly of St. Charles died Friday Oo~, Township, Sept. 8, 1942.",,21, 1?94;at,the Arin Arbor Vetera~~ Mr.. Sleese.man was a member of IHosplt~I... ' : the FIrst Untted Methodist Church' Se~Jces will be held at the W Ik ' Owosso; the Owosso Kiwanis, Club; ~artm Funeral Home, Chesani: ~r Boy Scouts of America Tall Pine Tuesday at 11, a,.m. g n Council and received the' Silver ' Beaver Award; YMCA Board recei~ing. the.leadership,award;, 'very. acttve lil his church and the Shia_o~ Corunna; aspeciaf niece, Mrs. was see Historical Society. RICk flo) Lawrenz of Owosso; sey- He served in,thy. Army Air Corps. er.alnteces and nephews; and special during World War II. fflends, Mr. and Mrs. Don Galloway,of Owosso... Survivors include: a son, Michael ', Sleeseman of Arizona; two daught-!' He :-va. s predeceased by his wife M Bettym 1990 mid his parents. ers, f B II rs. '1 Raymond (Patricia) Stroud I Menlorl'als. may 'b e" d" Irecte d to the o e evi Ie and Mrs. Timothy (Eli- ',First United Methodist 'Church zabeth) Miller of Owosso; ten YMCA, or Boy Scouts of Americ~ grandchildren; a great-grandchild; a Tall Pine Council. ' brother, Richard (Joan) SleeSe111(1n, A rrangements by Jennings-Lyons Chapel, Owosso. Vicktoria Slamka Age 102, of Bannister, passed away Tuesday, April 12, 1994, at Maple Valley Nursing Home Ashley...' Mrs. Slamka was a homemaker on the family farm. Mass will be celebrated at St. Cyril's Cathol~c Church, Bannister, Thursday, Api'll 14, 1994, at 10 a.m. Rosary will be prayed today at 7 p.m. at the Smith Funeral Homes Elsie. Burial wiii be in Ford Cemet~ ery, Gratiot County. Fr. John Weis will officiate. Visitation is today from 2 to 9 p.m. with the family present 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Slamka was bom in Bosany, Slovakia, March 4, 1892, the daughter of John and Mary (Reiba) Gombar. She and Stefan Slamka were married in Krasno, Slovakia, Feb. 12, He died Jan. 4, Mrs. Slamka emigrated to the Owosso area in She had been a resident of Bannister since Mrs. Slamka was a member of the St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bannister, a member of First Slovak Catholic Ladies Union, Bannister Branch #451 (Zenska Jednota). Survivors include: two sons, Steve and Valeria Slamka of Owosso, Tony and Ann Marie Slamka of St. Johns; four daughters, Margaret and John Guyski of Owosso, Theresa and Frank Sefl of Ashley, Anastasia and Cyril Krcmarik of New Lothrop, Alvina and Joe Fabus of Bannister; 35 grandchildren; and 30 grea.tgrandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents, a sister, and a Brother. Memorials may be made to the Organ Fund at St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bannister. Beatrice Smiley Age 91, of Durand, formerly ofh~-, slett,died Thursday evening, Oct. 20,, 1994, at the Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Funeral arrangel11ents will be announced later by the Nelson-House Funeral Homes, Durand. 174

176 Richard J. Sloat Age 74, of Elsie, died Friday, May 20, 1994 at Memorial Healthcare Center, Owosso. Mr. Sloat owned and operated a Ford tractor dealership and worked in maintenance at Michigall State University, East Lansing.. Services will be htm at Houghton Chapel-OsgoorlFuneral Home on Monday, May 23 at 1 p.m. Pastor Bill Seitz wiljofficiate with burial in Fairfield Cemetery. Visitation is 5 p.m.-9 p.m.>t()dayand '2 p.m.-4 p.m. and 7 p.m.:9.p~m. Sunday. Mr. Sloat was born in Clinton County Aug. e 23, 1919, the son' of Alton and Lettie (Miller) Sloat. He lived most of his life in Carland. On July 3, 1944 he and Edna Harris were married in Shiawassee County. He was.affiliated with the Carland United Methodist Chun;h, Ovid: MaSonic Lodge #127 F.&A.M., 32nd Consistory and was a past Boy ScQutleader. SUn'i~ors include: His wife, Edna; tltree'daughters, Mrs. Lennis and }'Evet.etf Reneaud of Elsie, Mrs. : Kael~aridRobertKrueger of Elsie arid"mrs.rolayne and Karl Kremer, ifl3al1l1ister; II grandchildren; a brother, Victor (Pete) Sloat ofog- ' d~n,mich.; and a sister, Mrs. Shlrley Watson of Ovid. UMr. Sloat was predeceased by one grandson and two brothers.. Memorial contributions may be made to Carland. United Methodist Church. Gisela Johanna Snyder Age 56, of Britton Rd., Perry,' died Tuesday, June 14, 1994, at her home. Mrs. Snyder was manager of Countryside Village for the past 13 years. Private memorial service will be held ata later date. The family is being served by Nelson-House Funeral Homes, LaRowe Chapel, Perry. Mrs. Snyder was born in Frankfort, Germany on Oct. 1, 1937, the d!lughter of Wilhelm and Teressa Seubert. She has resided in Perry for the past 26 years. She and Arlo "Wayne U Snyder were married' in Lake City, on Aug. 10, She was affiliated with the Catholic church. Survivors include: her husband, Wayne; a son, Ray of Perry; three brothers, William, Rolf and Hans Seubert; a sister, Ruth Schwarz; all of Frankfort, Germany. Memorials may be made American Cancer Society. Owosso Argus-press 1994 Agnes H. Skornicka Age 86, or Flint died Monday, May 30, Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, Julie 2, at Hill Funeral Home, Grand Blanc. Dr. James R. Rea will officiate with burial in Sunset Hills Cemetery. Visitation is today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday 12 noon until time of service. ' Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzhcimer's Association, East Central Michigan Chapter. Mrs. SkorniCka was born in New Lothrop, Mich. on Oct. I, 1907, the daughter of Floyd and Mildred (Noe) Geney. She l11attied JOS9ph P. Skornicka in Pontiac. He predeceased her in Mrs. Skornickareccived her BA rrom Eastern Michigan University and MA Jrom the University of Michigan. She was an elementary teacher with the Shiawassee County Schools and Flint Public schools (Doyle, Oak Stre(" and Freeman) ror over 40 years, retiring in Surviving are:, her son, Joseph D. and wife Jean A. Skornicka of Grand Blanc; two grandchildren, Joseph W. Skornicka of Royal O~k and fiancec Jill Mazur or B10Qmfield Hills, Susan C. Skornicka and fiance. David' Mazur both of San Francisco, Calif.; three sisters, Ardis Collister or Scottsdale, Ariz., Ella and husband Bud McCormick of Perry, Shirley and husband Stan Lechota of Flint; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, a sister, Marie Kimble and two brothers, Robert and Donald Geney. I Cindy Larue Snaden Age 35, of i305 Herman Sf Owosso died Monday, Oct. 3, 11 :30 a.m.. at the University of Kentucky MedIcal Center. Mrs. Snaden was a homemaker. Burial took place in Maekvill~ Ky. ' Mrs. Snaden was born March 30 19~?, in Harrodsberg, Ky., th~ daughter of Vivion and Anna Mae' Sutt~n. She graduated from Washlllgton County High School and Sf. Catherine Junior College.. M~s. ~naden had resided most