Miscellaneous Michigan Obituaries


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Mrs. Adeline I. Taylor - 7269 South 29th Street, Scotts, Michigan, passed away Friday, June 23, 1972.  Mrs. Taylor was born October 2, 1907 in St. Joseph County and had been a resident of this vicinity for 40 years.  Surviving are:  husband, Robert W.;  one son, Larry K. of Kalamazoo;  three grandchildren, Jeffrey, Kimberly and Lisa;  five sisters, Mrs. Beulah Dowty of Scotts,  Mrs. Maxine Hoover of Richland,  Mrs. Nora Ulsch of Flowerfield,  Mrs. Laura Rhyme, Vicksburg and Mrs. June Morgan of Portage.  Memorial services will be held Monday morning at 11 o’clock at the Langeland Portage Chapel,  411 E. Centre.  Interment in Beard Cemetery.  Rela-tives and friends may meet at the Portage Chapel, Saturday from 7 to 9 o’clock and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9  o’clock.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette  June 24, 1972

Joyce L. Chadderdon Pattok - Of Parchment, MI, Passed away peacefully at her home with her family present April 22, 2002. The daughter of Carl W. and Eva V. (Zepernick) Chadderdon, Joyce was born in Parchment, Michigan April 15, 1925. She was a lifelong resident of Parchment. Surviving are her 3 children and their spouses, Jack Pattok (Deborah), Karyl Anne DeBruyn (Scott), and Angela Hill (Bill); 3 step-daughters and spouses, Marlene Shon, Loretta Hrdlicka (Chuck), and Patricia Lee (Bob); 3 grandchildren and spouses, James P. Wertz, Bonnie Anderson and Wendie Evans (Mark); 3 great-grandchildren, Scott, Megan and Jessica. She is also survived by her brother, Richard Chadderdon (Marijean) and his children. She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Eva Chadderdon; her former husband, Ervin Pattok; an infant great-granddaughter; a step-son-in-law, John Shon; and a very special uncle, Lawrence Zepernick. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, April 26, 2002 at 2 p.m. at the Parchment United Methodist Church, Glendale Blvd., Parchment, MI, Rev. Dan Minor officiating, with a reception for friends and family to follow at Scooter D's Restaurant, Shoppers Lane, Parchment, Michigan.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 24, 2002

Mr. Joseph A. Runyon - Kalamazoo, MI, Died Sunday afternoon, April 28, 2002. Joseph was born October 31, 1935 in Dearborn, Michigan, a son of Otto and Jennie (Fleck) Runyon. He had been a lifelong Kalamazoo area resident, and was employed with Union Camp for 22 years before his retirement. He was preceded in death by his parents; a grandson, Brandon Whitney; and several brothers and sisters. On December 10, 1999, he was united in marriage to Betty J. (Dubbeld) Runyon, who survives. Also surviving are 8 children, Velma Falkenburg of Plainwell, Donna Runyon of New York, Lori McGee of Kalamazoo, Amy McNary and Linda Whitney, both of Kalamazoo, Wesley Runyon of Three Rivers, Crystal Runyon of Vicksburg, and Loritta Long of Kalamazoo; 7 step-children, Mary Koutny of Climax, Ann Gorski of Detroit, Patricia Harrison of Florida, Timothy Whitney of Parchment, and Michael, John, and Randall Whitney, all of Kalamazoo; 37 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; a brother, Gordon (Ann) Runyon of Bellevue, MI; a sister-in-law, Lillian Runyon of Whitmore Lake, MI; and many nieces and nephews. Services will be held 1 o'clock Friday from the Langeland Family Funeral Homes Memorial Chapel 622 S. Burdick St. 343-1508 with the Rev. Mr. John Vick officiating. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Tuesday and 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Thursday. Interment will be in Boughton Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the First Presbyterian Church Medical Clinic.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 30, 2002

E. Joyce Roberts  - Of Kalamazoo, Died April 16, 2002 at Lifecare Center in Plainwell. Joyce was born February 8, 1929 in Kalamazoo the daughter of Lesley and Fern (Chappel) Hutchins. She was retired from the UpJohn Company. She enjoyed bowling. Surviving are her son Brian Roberts, four grandchildren Toria Powell, Tiffany Roberts, Emily Roberts, and Brian Roberts Jr., Two great- grandchildren, Kayla and Skylar, and two sisters Pat Hansen and Maxine Jubb. Funeral Tuesday 11:00 a.m. at Betzler Funeral Homes Stadium Dr. West of 131 375-2900 Cremation will follow services with interment at Grand Prairie Cemetery. The family will be present to receive friends Monday at 5:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Share a memory online at www.betzlerfuneralhome.com  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 21, 2002

Raymond W. “Ray” Pike - Of Kalamazoo, Died April 24, 2002 at Borgess Medical Center. Ray was born May 6, 1915 in Chicago, IL, the son of Frederick A. and Mary L. (Leitner) Pike. He was a traffic manager for thirty-five years for Borroughs Division of Lear Seigler. Ray was an active member of the K of C St. Mary's Council #9962, where he was a 4th Degree. He enjoyed woodworking, playing cards, reading and fishing. On December 29, 1936 at St. Augustine Church, he was united in marriage to Mildred (Switzer) Pike, who survives. Ray was preceded in death by his son, Raymond Pike Jr.; a great-grandson, Jesse Sallee; and a brother, Harold Pike. He is survived by his wife, Mildred Pike of Kalamazoo; nine children, Catherine Fuston of Lebanon, TN, Ralph (Nancy) Pike of Kalamazoo, Donald (Jacqueline) Pike of Portage, Joseph Pike of Kalamazoo, Charles Pike of Kalamazoo, Phillip (Lynne) Pike of Portage, Mary Stewart of Sparta, MI, Judi Pike of Kalamazoo, and James (Kathe) Pike of Mattawan; twenty-two grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; a brother, Fred (Debbie) Pike of Lakeland, FL; a sister, Betty (Paul) Lyke of Kalamazoo; sister-in-law, Carol Pike of Vicksburg; and several nieces and nephews. The family will be present to receive friends Friday from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Betzler Funeral Homes Stadium Dr. West of 131 375-2900 where the Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. that evening. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kalamazoo, Fr. Gaylord Shimnowksi Celebrant and Fr. Michael Hazard Con-celebrant. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Food and fellowship will be shared following the interment at Fr. Bart Memorial Center. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary Catholic Church. Share a memory at www.betzlerfuneralhome.com source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 25, 2002

Mary A. Smith - Homosassa, FL, Formerly of Scotts, MI, Passed away peacefully at her home April 13, 2002. Born July 28, 1919 in South Bend, IN, to Milton and Beulah (Brundige) Cook, she married Victor O. Smith on November 23, 1939. Mary retired from Durametallic Corp. in 1982. Surviving are her husband of 62 years, Victor Smith; children, Altora Bouwma of Coopersville, David (Barbara) of Scotts, Jerry (Phyllis) of Gobles; 7 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; also sisters, Ann Cobb, Jane (Bob) Bishop, and brother, Clyde (Nema) Cook, all of Ft. Myers, FL. She was preceded in death by brothers, Carl and Ward Cook. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service at a later date.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 23, 2002

Mr. Norman L. Smothers - Eaton Rapids, MI, Formerly of Kalamazoo, Died Thursday April 18, 2002 in Eaton Rapids, Michigan. Norman was born June 10, 1938 in Kalamazoo, Michigan a son of Neal and Mildred Smothers. He also served with the U.S. Air Force. He had been a Kalamazoo area resident most of his life. He was active in the Kalamazoo Democratic Party and the Kalamazoo Youth Little Leagues. He loved his family, especially his grandchildren, Kenesha, Anthony, Megan, and Madison. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by 2 daughters, Laura (Colin) Stephen of Flint and Deborah Smothers of Kalamazoo; 4 grandchildren; 2 brothers, Adrian (Donna) Smothers of Kalamazoo and Ken (Candy) Smothers of Galesburg; an uncle; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins; and longtime friend, Judy Forster. In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place. There will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held 1 o'clock Tuesday from the Langeland Family Funeral Homes Memorial Chapel 622 S. Burdick St. 343-1508 with the Rev. Mr. John Vick officiating. Private inurnment of cremains will take place at a later date.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 21, 2002

Mary Ann “Precious” Smith - Of Kalamazoo, Mary Ann Smith was born on July 6, 1948 in Holly Bluff Mississippi, and departed this earth to be with the Lord on April 17, 2002. She was preceded in death by her mother, Janie Smith and grand-parents, Will & Savannah Berry. Her memory will forever be cherished by her father, Eligah Smith of Kalamazoo; 3 daugh-ters, Sherry, Samantha, and Kelly Smith of Kalamazoo; 1 son, Willie Patrick Smith of Kalamazoo; 8 sisters, Janie, Ida, Georgia (Nate), Linda, Cynthia (Bobby), Jenny Smith, Patricia (Johnnie) Davis of Kalamazoo, Mary (Flozial) Hall of Albany, Georgia; 2 brothers: Eligah Smith Sr., of Chicago, IL, Willie (Dorothy) Smith of Kalamazoo; 5 grandchildren; Lyntrice, Sasha, Myatta, Jaona and Davonte of Kalamazoo; 2 aunts; Marie Dennis of Holly Bluff, Mississippi, Marie Smith of Chicago, IL; 10 nieces, 9 nephews; and a host of cousins and friends. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday 1 PM at Galilee Baptist Church, Pastor J. Louis Felton officiating, (with a noon Family hour). Interment will take place at Riverside Cemetery. Harper Funeral Home 521 Douglas Avenue 342-1000  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 21, 2002

Sister Ruth Sperry SSJ - Of Fontbonne Manor, Nazareth, Died April 28, 2002 at Fontbonne Manor. Sister Ruth was born November 24, 1907 in Bay City, MI, the daughter of George and Marguerite (McLean) Sperry. Sister Ruth is survived by her sisters, Mrs. Kay Harris of Saginaw, MI, and Mrs. Fran Harris of Midland, MI; a niece, Mrs. Ruth Olech of Kalamazoo, MI; several other nieces and nephews; and the Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph. Friends will be received at Nazareth Center today after 1:30 p.m. A Wake Service will be held this evening at 7 p.m. in the Holy Family Chapel, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday, May 1, 2002 at 2 p.m. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Sisters of St. Joseph, P.O. Box 29, Nazareth, MI 49074. Arrangements by Redmond Funeral Home 4100 S. Westnedge  source: Kalamazoo Gazette April 30, 2002

James Clifford Slack - of Portage, MI, Age 71, passed away April 27, 2002. James was born May 2, 1930 in Kalamazoo, to Clarence and Onieta Slack. He is survived by his wife Betty; six children and their spouses, Chuck, Dan, Linda, Bonnie, Jamie and Rod; ten grandchildren, one great-grandchild; and 2 sisters, Fran (Mrs. Robert) Overmyer and Liz (Mrs. Richard) Beauregard. He was proceeded in death by 5 siblings. James retired from International Paper Co. after 38 years of service. Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, May 5, at 2:00 p.m. at the Cooper Community Center. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the activity dept. at Metron of Bloomingdale, 42235 CR 390, Bloomingdale, MI 49026.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 30, 2002

George E. Robinson - Kalamazoo, MI, Bishop, was born on Octo-ber 4, 1942 in Waynesboro, Mississippi, to the late George and Geneva Robinson. He was the fifth of five children. He graduated from Riverview High School in 1961. After grad-uating from high school, he moved to Meridian, MS, where he attended Hams Junior College, and majored in Music. He moved to Mobile, AL, after attending college for two years, and was hired by State Docks and Strickland Paint/Body Shop. Later, he left Mobile, Al, for Kalamazoo, MI, and became employed at Pre-Cast. During this same time he also accepted employment at the Michigan State Highway Department. In 1971, he became employed by General Motors, and worked there for 30 years. Bishop Robinson was filled with the Holy Ghost in 1967. He was called and anointed by God to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in 1969. Bishop Robinson was a faithful member of The Church of God Pentecostal (Kalamazoo, MI). In obedience and faithfulness to his call, Bishop Robinson helped to start additional churches within this organization. Also, he was District State Evangelist for many years.  Subsequently, he established and faithfully pastored the Church of God Pente-costal, Paulding, Ohio, for eleven years. In 2001, he was appointed as Diocese Bishop of the Mid-Western Diocese. On June 29, 1968, George E. Robinson and Joyce M. Moore were united in holy matrimony. This union was blessed with three children, Christopher George, Drucilla Joy and George Edward Jr. Prior to this union, George was also blessed with another daughter, Elizabeth (Davis) Brown. Bishop George Robinson blessed the lives of many people and his memories will live on in those people he touched. His parents, George and Geneva Robinson, four grandparents, his son, George Jr., and two sisters preceded him in death. Leaving to cherish his mem-ories are his loving wife of thirty-three years, Joyce M. Robinson; one son, Christopher George (Alice) Robinson of Kalamazoo, MI; two daughters, Elizabeth (Traci) Brown of Montgomery, Alabama, and Drucilla Robinson of St. Paul, Minnesota; one granddaughter, Lyndsi Terena Brown of Mont-gomery, AL; three devoted sisters, Juanita Taylor and Girtha (Oren) McMillan of Kalamazoo, MI, and Mary (Frankie) Taylor of Mobile, AL; brother-in-law, James Floyd King of Kalamazoo, MI; one uncle, Thomas James Dawkins of Citronelle, AL; one aunt, Addie Warren of Waynesboro, MS; a host of caring nieces, nephews, friends, and his dedicated church family at The Church of God Pentecostal, Paulding, Ohio. Services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Inter-ment will take place at Mt. Ever-Rest Cemetery. There will be a Family Hour on Friday 6-8 p.m. at Church of God Pentecostal. Arrangements by Harper Funeral Home 521 Douglas Avenue 342-1000  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 25, 2002

Mr. Jack P. Taylor - Crooked lake, Delton; Formerly of: Comstock, Mich.  Age 40, passed away suddenly March 5, 1977.  Mr. Taylor was born December 24, 1936 in Comstock, son of Fred and Catherine Slager Taylor. He graduated from Comstock High School in 1954. He owned and operated the Taylor Construction Co. for several years in the Kalamazoo area.  He had lived most of his lifetime in the Comstock area and had moved to Delton six months ago.  He was a member of the Kalamazoo Covenant Church where he was chairman of their building committee. He was married to Charlene Jones, March 5, 1955 in Comstock.  Surviving besides his wife is one daughter, Patricia Lynn Taylor of Galesburg;  three sons, Kenneth of Kalmaazoo, Jeffrey of Galesburg, James at home;  his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor of Comstock;  one granddaughter;  two sisters, Mrs. Ray (Norma) Brackett of Galesburg and Mrs. Donald (Joyce) Sopjes of Kalamazoo;  one brother Jerry Taylor of Racine, Wisconsin.   Friends are being received at the Williams Funeral Home, Dleton until 9 p.m. Monday evening.  Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Kalamaoo Covenant Church at 26th St. and East Main, with the Rev. Charles Anderson officiating.  Interment East Hickory Corners Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Kalamazoo Covenant Church Building Fund, envelopes available at the funeral home.   source:  Kalamazoo Gazette 7 March 1977

Mr. Ralph R. Taylor - 754 N. Highway 89, East Layton, Utah, Formerly of Pavillion Township, passed away at his residence Nov. 9, 1976, after having been in failing health for the past 4 years.  Mr. Taylor was born in Pavilion Township, January 10, 1915, son of Robert and Maude Blodgett Taylor and lived in this area until 1948.  He served with the U.S. Air Force during and since World War II in a career capacity.  He was a member of the Baker-Merrill American Legion Post 9 of Ogden, Utah.  Surviving are his wife, Elsa; 4 sons, Richard and Allen Taylor of Kalamazoo, James Taylor of East Polatka, Fla. and Nathan Taylor of Eutaw, Ala.; one daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Marks of Pickeral Lake;  14 grandchildren;  one great-grandchild;  2 sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Iris) Belland of Kalamazoo and Mrs. Tressa Smith of Battle Creek;  one brother, Ward Taylor of Beloit, Wis.  Friends may call after noon Friday at the Hoag-Swittzer Funeral Home, Galesburg, where services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m., with Rev. C. Jack Scott, of the Galesburg United Methodist Church, officiating.  Interment in Cooks Cemetery, Scotts.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette 11 Nov 1976

Mrs. Pearl M. Telfer - Age 78, Richland, MI, Mrs. Telfer died Tuesday, April 9, 2002 at Plainwell Pines Nursing Centre. She was born April 30, 1923 in Racine, WI the daughter of John and Alma (Kapellish) Webber. On March 8, 1947 Pearl married George M. Telfer. They lived in Kalamazoo for a short time before building their home and moving to Richland in 1948. While raising their children, Pearl stayed home and worked in the cafeteria at Gull Lake Schools for a time. Later, she went to work at Upjohn Home Healthcare as a home companion for several years. She was an active member of Gull Lake Area Community Church, a member and Past Worthy Matron of Richland Order of the Eastern Star Chapter #253, and a former 4H leader. Pearl loved nature, enjoyed gardening, and she will be remembered for her artistic abilities. Surviving are her husband of 55 years, George; daughters and son- in-law Marcia and Mark Royer of Alma and Roxanne and Jim Newton of Parch-ment; son and daughter-in-law George H. and Elizabeth Telfer of Troy and son Jerry R. Telfer of Richland; 10 grandchildren; and sisters Betty Kreiger of Atlanta, GA and Patricia Sachaleben of Brennen, TX. Pearl was preceded in death by a son Lynn J. Telfer in 1991 and brothers John and James Webber. Friends may call after 6:00pm today at: Farley-Estes & Dowdle Richland Chapel 9170 East ``D'' Ave. (M-89) where the family will receive friends from 6:00-8:00pm. Memorial services will be held 3:00pm Friday at Gull Lake Area Community Church, 9292 East CD Avenue with Rev. James D. Hill officia-ting. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the church. For additional informa-tion please call 629-6022 or see www.farleyestesdowdle.com  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 11, 2002

Irene M. VanDussen - of Scotts, Formerly of Portage, Loving mother and grandmother, Irene passed away Wednesday April 10, 2002. She was born March 28, 1921 in Lake Odessa, Michigan, the daughter of Eli E. and Emma E. (Neeb) Miller. Irene was a member of Portage Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, and had worked at the Peter Eckrich Company for 18 years. On September 9, 1939 she was united in marriage to Joseph A. VanDussen, who preceded her in death on January 8, 1998. Irene was also preceded in death by a great-grandson, Connor Horne. Surviving are three children, Connie (Andy) VanGoeye of Scotts, Richard (Barbara) VanDussen of Lansing, and Clay-ton (Phyllis) VanDussen of Schoolcraft; seven grand-children, Jeff (Sandy) VanGoeye, Shelly (Dan) Horne, Eric (Kathy) Van-Goeye, Kara Mogle, Michael VanDussen, Pete (Bethany) Van-Dussen and Matt (Connie) VanDussen; ten great-grandchildren; sister, Frances (Harold) Newburry of Kalamazoo; brother, William Miller of Plainwell; several nieces and nephews. Services will be held 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Portage Chapel Hill U.M.C., 7028 Oakland Drive with The Rev. Susan M. Petro officiating. Entombment will follow at Mt. Ever- Rest Cemetery. The family will receive friends this evening at the Langeland Family Funeral Homes Portage Chapel 411 E. Centre Ave. 343-1508 from 5-8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be directed to Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 11, 2002

Mrs. Alice Sterenberg Tazelaar - Kalamazoo, Passed away early Saturday morning, April 13, 2002, at Friendship Village. Mrs. Tazelaar was born in Kalamazoo, the daughter of Nicholas & Mary (Kannegieter) Sterenberg. She was a member of First Reformed Church, where she was very active in the Sunday School program, and a member of the Kalamazoo Area Retired Teachers Assoc. She was a graduate of WMU and received her Masters degree from the U of M. Alice taught Business Education at Kalamazoo Central High School for many years, where she prepared hundreds of secretaries for their careers. On June 28, 1966, she married Arthur Tazelaar, who survives. She was preceded in death by her twin sister, Bess Sterenberg Tazelaar on August 19, 1964, a brother, Arthur Sterenberg on August 17, 1967 and a sister, Madelyn Sterenberg Buckhout on April 21, 1985. Surviving are her sister, Annetta Van Loo and a sister-in-law, Ann Louise Sterenberg, both of Kalamazoo; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be held 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at First Reformed Church, 302 Academy St., with Rev. Mark Walvoord officiating. Interment in Riverside Cemetery. Contributions in her memory may be made to First Reformed Church or the Kalamazoo Gospel Mission. Friends will be received at the funeral home Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Joldersma & Klein 917 S. Burdick 343-2628  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 14, 2002

Letha Watson - Portage, Letha Watson was a very quiet person who kept to herself. This was not to say she wasn't a loving person, she just enjoyed being home and doing everything related to being a homemaker. Letha Watson died Wednesday, April 24, 2002 at Kairos Dwelling. Letha was born July 21, 1917 in Kalamazoo, the daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Yackley) Auckerman, and has spent her entire life here. In 1940, she met a young gent named Leon Watson. Letha played hard to get but Leon was both persistent and patient. Those two attributes paid off the following year and they were married July 28, 1941. Soon after that they began their family and had a daughter Elizabeth. While Leon was the active and outgoing one, Letha preferred to be at home. She did however, drive a bus for the Kalamazoo Association for Retarded Children for three years. At home, she enjoyed bird watching in her backyard, and especially loved to feed and watch the hummingbirds that seemed to know Letha would always have fresh food for them. Later in life when Leon and Letha built a cottage in Kalkaska, Letha would spend some time there, but she really preferred being in Kalamazoo. It was at her home that she canned the many wonderful vegetables from the garden that Leon tended. They also enjoyed canning jams and jellies. Her granddaughter recalls that Letha made the best salmon patties, both bean and pea soups, as well as lemon meringue pie, all from scratch. Most of the time with-out any exact measurement of the ingredients. She just seemed to know how much of the right things to use to make them taste like no other. After Leon retired, Letha really enjoyed going to Russ' Restaurant for their soup. When her sweet tooth got the best of her, she always enjoyed a trip to Bill Knapps for one of their scrump-tious hot fudge sundaes. In addition to her daughter, Elizabeth Springer and her husband, Jerry of Portage, other members of her family include her grand-daughters, Barbara Uildriks and Beverly Springer; and her great-grandchildren, Brandon, Justin and Chelsea Uildriks. Friends may call Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Rupert, Durham, Marshall & Gren Funeral Home, Portage Chapel, where a Celebration of Life Service will be held Monday at 11 a.m. Letha will be placed in the mausoleum at Mt. Ever-Rest Cemetery next to her husband. Please share a memory with her family at the chapel or visit her personal web page at www.rdmg.com where you can also share a memory, read her life story, order flowers or make a memorial donation online to Kairos Dwelling.  source:  Kalamazoo Gazette April 27, 2002

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