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(CAIN),CECIL MAY SNYDER was born March 21, 1893 in Butterfield township, Missaukee County, and departed this life March 30, 1934, at Ann Arbor Hospital of Brights Disease, age 41 years, 9 days.  She was united in marriage June 8, 1910 to James Snyder.  To this union was born 9 children, one infant preceded her in death.  She leaves to mourn her departure her husband and children, Mrs. Polly Hatt, Victor, Ward, Ivan, Dorothy, Mable, Dorman, Hazel and two grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. May Phillips, and her sisters Mrs. Myrtle Schram, Mrs. Florence McDiarmid, and three brothers, Charles, James and Milton Cain, and a host of relatives and friends.  She will be sadly missed as she was a kind loving wife and mother and a good neighbor loved by all who knew her.  The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the farm home, Rev. Ben G. Wyma officiating.  Interment in the Aetna cemetery. 

CAIN, CHARLES S., 1592 Bliss Street, Haslett, Michigan, Age 57, died Sunday, January 15, 1956, at the residence.  Mr. Cain was born June 1, 1898 in Michigan and had been a resident of Haslett for 5 years.  He was a former employee of Michigan State University grounds department.  Surviving are his wife, Alice; 3 sisters, Mrs. Madge James of Williamston, Mrs. Florence Hill of Pompe; and Mrs. Myrtle Schram of Lake; 2 brothers, Milton Cain and James Cain, both of Houghton Lake.  Funeral services will be held from the Gorsline-Runciman Funeral home at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, interment in Glendale Cemetery, Okemos. 

GORDON, CHARLES H. - Charles H. Gordon, 64, of Washington township, died at the Carson City hospital Tuesday following illness of several months.  Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Edgewood Church of God with Rev. P. J. Shock officiating.  Burial will be in Hamilton Cemetery. 
Son of James and Amanda Gordon, he was born, June 3, 1888 in Hamilton township. He married Mrs. Eva Newton in November 25, 1931.  He was a lifetime member of the Edgewood I.O.O.F. lodge.  Surviving are one step-son, Rex Newton of Hamilton; three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Hall of Lake City, Mrs. Daisy Lottridge or Owosso, and Mrs. Elizabeth Riddle of rural Ithaca; many nieces and nephews. 

HALL, NELLIE M. (GORDON) - Mrs. Nellie M. Hall Succmbs at age 78.  Lake City - Mrs. Nellie M. Hall, 78, Rte 2, Lake City, MI, a resident of Missaukee county since 1904, died Friday afternoon, February 5, 1960, at Mercy Hospital in Cadillac where she had entered earlier in the day.  She had been ill for several days at her home. 
She was born Aug. 26, 1881, near Owosso.  In 1900 she was married to Park Hall at Owosso.  She held a membership in the church of Jehovah Witnesses.  Surviving are two sons, Lyle, of Lake City, and Norton of Onondaga, and two daughters, Mrs. Bufford Coleman, of Detroit and Mrs. Jake Boven, of Ludington; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Riddle, or Ithaca and Mrs. Daisy Lathledge, of Owosso; 26 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. 
Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m., at the Young Funeral Home with burial in the Aetna Cemetery. 

GREGORY, EMMA (KIMBALL), Mrs. Emma Gregory, 68 years old, died Sunday, October 03, 1943, at her home in Chester Township.  She was born in Benzonia County and had resided seven years in this community.  Her husband, Tobias Gregory, died 15 years ago.  Three daughters survive.  Mrs. Nina Brundage of Oregon, Miss Nora Gregory of Charlotte, and Mrs. Jennie Reinert of Lansing.  Funeral services at the cemetery in Danby township, Ionia county, were held Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. W. E. Beckett officiating. 

PLACE, NONA (GREGORY) - Mrs. Nona Place, 33, of Potterville, died Sunday evening, March 5, 1933, at a local hospital.  She is survived by the husband, Claude M.; 3 sons, Melvin, Wayne and Arlington;  the mother, Mrs. Emma Gregory of Sunfield; three sisters Mrs. Allie (Nora)  Brundage of Capella, Wash.; Miss Nora Gregory of Potterville; and Mrs. W. E. (Jennie) Brown of Lansing.  Funeral services will be held from te Palmer-O'Donnel Funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Intermenet will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lansing, Michigan 

HALL, FRANK A. 76 died Sunday noon at his home east of town.  He has been an invalid since 1916, when he was stricken with paralysis. 
Born March 5, 1874, in Shiawassee County, he came to Missaukee County in 1906 from Ovid.  He was married to Nora Swarthout in 1897 at Owosso.  Mr. Hall has operated the Hall store on M-55 since he has been confined to his wheelchair. 
Surviving with his widow are three daughters: Mrs. Ruby Martin of Falmouth, Mrs. Nina Shetenhelm of Lake City and Mrs. Frances Stephens of Pontiac; seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Flossie Sutliff of Elsie.  One son preceded him in death. 
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from Lake City Methodist church with Rev. Cecil Scott officiating.  Burial in the Lake City Cemetery. 

HALL, MABLE LUCILE (SNYDER) went to be with the Lord.  She was born December 21, 1920 in Aetna Township, Missaukee County, Michigan to James and Cecil May (Cain) Snyder and passed on in her home in Lake City, Saturday, May 5, 2001. 
  On October 21, 1940, she married Norton LeRoy Hall in Aetna Township, Merritt, Michigan.  To this union, 4 children were born:  Edwin (Alice) Hall of Eaton Rapids, Lester (Alta) Hall of Eaton Rapids, Bernice Paul of Eaton Rapids, and Shirley (Joe) Place of Charlotte. 
  Mable and her husband Norton lived in Detroit, Flint, Vassar and settled in Eaton Rapids in 1952.  In 1988, they moved from Eaton Rapids to Lake City. 
  She retired from the Pickle Factory in Eaton Rapids, Michigan in the late 1970s where she was a pickle packer. 
  Surviving are her husband of 61 years, Norton Hall, 4 children, 8 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; brother Dorman Snyder of Cadillac and sister Dorothy Fraser of Lake City and very special nieces and nephews.  Preceding her in death are her parents and brothers: Victor, Stuart, Ward and Ivan and sisters: Polly Hatt and Hazel Duncan. 
 She was a kind hearted soul who was loved by all who knew her and will be missed dearly as a wife, mother,  grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and friend. 
  Funeral Arrangements to be conducted by Young Funeral Home of Lake City.  Visitation is Monday, May 7,  2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. at Young Funeral Home. Burial is Tuesday, May 8 at 3 p.m. in the Aetna Cemetery in Aetna Township. Donations can be made to your favorite charity in lieu of flowers. 
  

HALL, NELLIE M. (GORDON) - Mrs. Nellie M. Hall Succmbs at age 78.  Lake City - Mrs. Nellie M. Hall, 78, Rte 2, Lake City, MI, a resident of Missaukee county since 1904, died Friday afternoon, February 5, 1960, at Mercy Hospital in Cadillac where she had entered earlier in the day.  She had been ill for several days at her home. 
She was born Aug. 26, 1881, near Owosso.  In 1900 she was married to Park Hall at Owosso.  She held a membership in the church of Jehovah Witnesses.  Surviving are two sons, Lyle, of Lake City, and Norton of Onondaga, and two daughters, Mrs. Bufford Coleman, of Detroit and Mrs. Jake Boven, of Ludington; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Riddle, or Ithaca and Mrs. Daisy Lathledge, of Owosso; 26 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. 
Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m., at the Young Funeral Home with burial in the Aetna Cemetery.

HALL, NORTON LeROY -  Norton LeRoy Hall went to be with the Lord on Monday, June 10, 2002 at his home in Aetna Township, Missaukee County, Michigan. He was born March 1, 1912 in Aetna Township, Missaukee County, Michigan to Parker and Nellie (Gordon) Hall.
On October 21, 1940, he married Mable Lucille Snyder in Aetna Township, Merritt, Michigan. From this marriage, 4 children were born: Edwin (Alice) Hall of Eaton Rapids, Lester (Alta) Hall of Eaton Rapids, Bernice Paul of Eaton Rapids, and Shirley (Joe) Place of Charlotte.
Norton and Mable lived in Detroit, Flint, Vassar and settled in Eaton Rapids in the early 1950s. In 1990, they moved from Eaton Rapids to their childhood home of Lake City.
He retired from General Motors in 1978 where he worked on the presses and before retiring, he was a sweeper operator, spending most of his time in Plant 3. He was a jack of a trades, master of none.
Preceding him in death are his loving wife of 61 years, Mable Lucile (Snyder) Hall, his parents, brother Lyle and sisters Frona Belle Coleman and Donna Mae Christie. Surviving are their 4 children, 8 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren; his sister Evelyn Boven and very special nieces and nephews. 
He was a very strong willed, kind yet stubborn individual who enjoyed working in his garage during his early years and later in life he enjoyed reading, a good game of cards and doing word find puzzles. 
He was loved by all who got to know him, and will be missed dearly as a father, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle and friend.
A Funeral Service will be held Thursday, June 13, 2002, 11 am at Aetna Christian Reformed Church with Rev. Brad Center offician. Burial will be in Aetna Township Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday, 3-5 and 7-9. Donations can be made to your favorite charity in lieu of flowers.

HALL, PARK - Park Hall was born in Fairfield township, Shiawassee County, Michigan, December 18, 1875.  He parted this life at Strongs, Michigan, on July 22, 1938, at the age of 62 years, 7 months and 4 days.  On March 12, 1900, he was united in marriage to Nellie Gordon and to this union were born 5 children, Lyle of Lake City, Norton of Strongs, Mrs. Frona Belle Coleman and Mrs. Evelyn Boven, both of Detroit, and Donna of Strongs. 
He came to Missaukee County to live in 1904 and this has been his home since that time until about a year ago he moved to Strongs.  He has operated a sawmill and threshing rig most of his life and went to the upper peninsula for a better location. 
He leaves, besides the wife and children, a step mother, two brothers, Frank of Lake City and Ernest of Saginaw; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Flossie Sutliff of Elsie; five grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends, to mourn the passing of a kind husband and father and a good friend. 
He had suffered much from an incurable malady and while the loved ones feel their loss keenly, they can but feel that it is a welcome release from suffering.  Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Young Funeral Home with Rev. Scott officiating.  Burial in the Aetna cemetery. 

GREGORY, EMMA (KIMBALL), Mrs. Emma Gregory, 68 years old, died Sunday, October 03, 1943, at her home in Chester Township.  She was born in Benzonia County and had resided seven years in this community.  Her husband, Tobias Gregory, died 15 years ago.  Three daughters survive.  Mrs. Nina Brundage of Oregon, Miss Nora Gregory of Charlotte, and Mrs. Jennie Reinert of Lansing.  Funeral services at the cemetery in Danby township, Ionia county, were held Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. W. E. Beckett officiating. 

PERVORSE, DARRIEL I. "DOC", Lansing, Age 74, died July 27, 1988.  Born October 9, 1913 in Clio, Mrs. Pervorse had retired from Motor Wheel in 1972 after 31 1/2 years of service.  Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Leonard (Judith) Salisbury of Lansing, 2 sons Keith E (Kathleen) Pervorse and Melvin (Carol) (step child) Place, all of Lansing; 6 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren.  funeral services will be held Friday, 10 a.m. at the Gorsline-Runciman Lansing Chapel with the Rev. William H. Osborn, Pastor of the Trinity Wesleyan Church officiating.  Interment will be in Glendale Cemetery, Okemos.  Friends may call the Chapel beginning at the Chapel beginning Thursday, 2 p.m. where the family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 

PERVORSE, MRS. TERESA (WIBERT), 5010 S. Washington, Age 45, died Thursday (June 19, 1969) at a local hospital.  born Feb. 6, 1924, Lansing.  Mrs. Pervorse had been a lifetime resident of Lansing.  She graduated from Lansing Eastern High School, was a member of the Pleasant Grove Volley Ball Club and attended Central Church of the Nazarene.  Surviving are the husband Darriel I., one daughter, Bonnie D. Place of Lansing; two sons, Joseph L. Place and Melvin Place, both of Lansing; two grandchildren, the mother, Mrs. Ruth Wibert of Lansing; one sister Miss Ruth Wibert, Lansing; two brothers, Leslie Wibert, Laingsburg, Lee Wibert, Lakeland, FL: and stepdaughter, Mrs. Judith Salisbury, Lansing; stepson Keith Pervorse, Lansing; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Barbara Wibert of Laingsburg; several nieces and nephews.  Funeral Services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at the Gorsline-Runciman Funeral Home with the Rev. Keith St. John of the Central Nazarene Church officiating.  Interment in the Glendale Cemetery, Okemos. 

PLACE, CLAUDE M. - 1415 Wilshire, Haslett, Michigan, Age 85, died July 25, 1975 at a local hospital.  Born April 3, 1890 in Luther, Mich.  Mr. Place had been a resident of the Lansing area for 56 years.  He retired from REO Motors after 23 years of service and later retired from the Boys Training School.  He was a past Grand Master of the IOOF Lodge No. 99 and was a member of the Morley S. Oates Post No. 701 VFW. He was a veteran of WWI, serving with the U.S. Navy aboard the U.S.S. Kentucky.  Surviving are 3 sons; Arlington T. of Haslett, Wayne of Eaton Rapids and Melvin of Lansing; 10 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.  Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. at the Gorsline-Runciman Lansing Chapel with Rev. David L. Crawford of the Christ United Methodist Church officiating.  The Family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. and Monday from 7-9 p.m. 

PLACE, DONNA A. (WIBERT), Haslett, Age 60, died September 28, 1987.  Mrs. Place was born January 17, 1927 in Ingham County and was currently the Head Cook at Haslett Public Schools.  She was a member of Haslett Community Church (UCC).  Surviving are her husband, Art; 2 daughters, Mrs. Don (Colleen) McElrath of Flushing and Shirley Place of San Diego, CA; 1 granddaughter, Rachel; brother Charles Wibert of Haslett; sister, Faye Bollinger of Mason; numerous nieces and nephews.  funeral services will be held Thursday, 2:30 pm. at the Gorsline-Runciman East Chapel, East Lansing, with the Rev. Robert E. Frederick, Pastor of Haslett Community Church (UCC), officiating.  Interment will be in Deepdale Memorial Park.  The family will receive friends at the Chapel Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9.  Friends desiring may make contributions to the American Cancer Society. 

PLACE, MELVIN W. - A lifelong resident of Lansing, Mr. Place was born October 3, 1992; died September 28, 1996 at the age of 73.  He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the U.S. Army.  Mr. Place retired from East Lansing Schools as Maintenance Supervisor after 26 years of service and enjoyed fishing.  Surviving are his wife, Helen; 4 daughters, Bonnie Gray of Lansing, Mary Dye (step child) of Vestaburg, Debra Dougan (step child) of Lake George and Candy Place (adopted) of Lansing; 7 sons, Melvin (Carol) Place of Lansing, Joseph (Shirley) Place of Charlotte, Patrick (Gail) (step child) Dougan of Las Vegas, NV, Michael Dougan (step child) of Bennell, FL, David (Vickie) (step child) Place of Bath, Robert (step child) and Charles (step child) Dougan both of Lansing; 19 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; 2 brothers (Wayne and Arlington) and several nieces and nephews.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday, October 2, 1996, 2 p.m. at the Gorsline-Runciman Co Lansing Chapel, 900 E. Michigan Avenue, Lansing, with the Rev. Ralph Funk of Delta Haven Free Methodist Church, officiating.  Interment will follow in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens (Lansing) with military graveside services being provided by the V.F.W. Edwin J. Leyanna Post #671, DeWitt.  Friends may call at the Chapel beginning Monday 7 p.m. where the family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. and on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.  Those desiring may make contributions oto the American Diabetes Association, 950 28th St., S.E. Bldg. E. Grand Rapids, 4950-1326, or the American Heart Association of Michigan, 271 Woodland Pass, Suite 110, East Lansing 48823, in memory of Mr. Place. 

PLACE, NONA (GREGORY) - Mrs. Nona Place, 33, of Potterville, died Sunday evening, March 5, 1933, at a local hospital.  She is survived by the husband, Claude M.; 3 sons, Melvin, Wayne and Arlington;  the mother, Mrs. Emma Gregory of Sunfield; three sisters Mrs. Allie (Nora)  Brundage of Capella, Wash.; Miss Nora Gregory of Potterville; and Mrs. W. E. (Jennie) Brown of Lansing.  Funeral services will be held from te Palmer-O'Donnel Funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Intermenet will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lansing, Michigan 

POLLINGTON, MARTY - McBain, Marty Pollington of McBain died Sunday, June 16, 1996 at his home due to a fire.  He was 39.  Mr. Pollington was born November 29, 1956 to Bernard and Anna (Hall) Pollington.  He married Karla McLachlan in Cadillac Nov. 30, 1974.  He lived most of his life in the McBain area.  He was a machinist for his father for the past 26 years at Bernie's Tool and Die in Marion.  He enjoyed hunting and fishing in northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. 
He is surviviced by his wife; three children, Brandon Pollington and his fiance Heather of Marion, Wayne (Renee) Pollington of Marion, and Kara Pollington, at home; grandson, Layne Tyler; his parents; brother Paul Pollington and his fiance Marsha of McBain; sister Cindy (Ron) Alberts of McBain; mother and father-in-law, Sterling and Kay McLachlan of Evart; sisters- and brothers-in-law, Bruce and Kris McLachlan, Brenda and Jim Crawford, all of Evart; grandmother-in-law, Florence Borden of Evart; several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. 
Services are 2 p.m. Wednesday at Burkholder Funeral Home in McBain. Burial will be in Riverside Township Cemetery, in Missaukee County.  Visitation is 1 p.m. Wednesday until the time of services.  Memorial contributions may be made to the family. 
  
REINERT, DAVID D. "DOUBLE-D"., Age 57, when to be with the Lord, July 20, 1996.  He was born October 30, 1938 in Lansing and was in the Navy from November 1955, stationed in Newport, RI, and achieved the rank of TMSN.  He was a member of the DeWitt Moose #2291; a chapter leader of Lansing Guardian Angels; employed with DeMarco Bar & Restaurant of 18 years and was a semi driver for Meijer, Inc. for the past 7 years.  Preceeding him in death were his parents, Wilbur and Jennie.  Surviving is his wife of 11  years, Gay M.; son Mike (Pam) Reinert; step-daughters, Anita (Troy) Koonter, Laura (Dave) Cook; 3 grandchildren; 6 step-grandchildren; father-in-law, Thomas Bartshe; brothers, Herb (Linda), Ernie "E.J.", and Mike; sister-in-law Terri Reinert, Evelyn (Rex) Franklyn; brothers-in-law, Phillip (Jen) Bartshe, Steven (Robin) Barthshe; many nieces and nephews, friends, and special companion, his dog, "Catfish".  Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.  There will be no funeral home visitation.  Arrangements were with the Tiffany Funeral Home.  In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Heart Asso. or M.C.M.C.-Greenlaw Neurology Department. 

REINERT, WILBUR E., Wieman, Michigan, formerly of Lansing.  Age 71, died Wed., Aug 2, 1979 in a Mt. Pleasant hospital.  He was born May 16, 1908 in Pittsburg, PA. Mrs. Reinert retired from Demmer Tool & Die in 1972 after 17 years; was very active in the Boy Scouts for many years in the Lansing area; a brother of the Eastern Star Chapter no. 360 of Weidman; a member of James A. Cliff Lodge no. 424 F&AM; formerly a member of Capitol Lodge S.O. no 66 F&AM.  He enjoyed many activities with the Wiedman Senior Citizens and was an active volunteer for the Gold Key Program through the Isabella County Comission on Aging.  Mr. Reinert is survived by 4 sons and 2 daughter-in-law: David Reinert of Mason, Herbert (Linda) Reinert of Lansing, Ernest (Terri) Reinert of Grand Ledge and Michael Reinert of New Haven, Conn.; 9 grandchildren; 2 brothers: Lawrence of New York, and Vernon Reinet; 2 sisters: Winona Buczynski of Penn., and Ivene Speight of Walled Lake; several nieces and nephews; and a dear friend, Leah Shearer of Weidman.  Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in  the Jessen Funeral Home with the Rev. Ivan Speight, his nephew, officiating.  Interment will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.  The family will be meeting with friends at the Funeral Home from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. both Sat. & Sun. 

SNYDER, CECIL MAY (CAIN) was born March 21, 1893 in Butterfield township, Missaukee County, and departed this life March 30, 1934, at Ann Arbor Hospital of Brights Disease, age 41 years, 9 days.  She was united in marriage June 8, 1910 to James Snyder.  To this union was born 9 children, one infant preceded her in death.  She leaves to mourn her departure her husband and children, Mrs. Polly Hatt, Victor, Ward, Ivan, Dorothy, Mable, Dorman, Hazel and two grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. May Phillips, and her sisters Mrs. Myrtle Schram, Mrs. Florence McDiarmid, and three brothers, Charles, James and Milton Cain, and a host of relatives and friends.  She will be sadly missed as she was a kind loving wife and mother and a good neighbor loved by all who knew her.  The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the farm home, Rev. Ben G. Wyma officiating.  Interment in the Aetna cemetery. 

SNYDER, EVELYN A.(CARPENTER), 225 E. Washington, Dimondale, MI - Age 53, died at a local hospital, Feb. 14, 1967.  She had been a resident of Dimondale for 1 year, coming from Mason.  Surviving are her husband Ward; 5 sons, Dale Wallace and Orville Wallace both of Lansing, Earl, Neil and Norman Wallace of Mason; 2 daughters, Carol Jehner and Mrs. Bert Aseltine both of Mason; 3 brothers, Leon Carpenter of Battle Creek, Phillip Carpenter of Lansing, Arden Carpenter of Aurelius; 4 sisters, Mrs. Pat McClean of Tawas City, Mrs. Elmer Glossop of Bath, Mrs. Dave Hatt of Lansing, Mrs. Lewis Jackson of Holt and 7 grandchildren.  Religious services will be conducted by Rev. Philip r. Glotfelty Jr. of Holt Methodist Church at the Estes-Leadley Holt Chapel at 2 p.m. Thursday, with interment in Maple Ridge Cemetery. 

SNYDER, IVAN JAMES, of Lake City passed away September 24, 1999 at Autumnwood of McBain Nursing Home.  He was 83.  He was born in Aetna Township, Missaukee County, January 20, 1916 to James and Cecil (Cain) Snyder.  Mr. Snyder married Ruth Frees December 1951.  She preceded him in death in 1987.  He was a veteran of WWI serving in the U.S. Army.  He was a member of the Jackson Koster Gray American Legion Post #300.  He was employeed by Oldsmobile in Lansing for 23 years. 
He is survived by four step children, Ilene Perry of Hart, Gay Hill of Lansing, Tim Frees of Chicago, David Burker; one brother, Dorman Snyder of Cadillac; three sisters, Dorothy (Harry) Frasier of Lake City, Mable (Norton) Hall of Lake City, Hazel Duncan of Lake City; four step grandchildren. 
Funeral services were Monday, September 27, 1999 at 11 am at Young Funeral Home, Rev. Jane Crabtree officiated.  Burial was in Aetna Township Cemetery with military graveside services conducted by the American Legion Post #300 of Lake City.  Arrangements made by Young Funeral home in Lake City, Michigan. 

SNYDER, JAMES - Lake City, died Sunday at his home east of Lake City after being ill several months. 
He was born in Saginaw County April 3, 1881, and came to Missaukee County in 1902 and bought the land where he lived at the time of death.  In 1910 he was married to Cecil Cain, who preceded him in death by eight years. 
From this union there were nine children, eight of them survivie the father and all live near home or at home:  Polly Hatt, Victor, Ward, Ivan, Dorothy Fraser, Mable Hall, Dorman and Hazel.  He is also survived by 13 grandchildren and three brothers. 
Funeral Services here held Wednesday, with burial in the Aetna Center Cemetery. 

SNYDER, MARY E. (CURTIS) - Lansing, MI - Mary E. Snyder, 59, of Lansing, died Wednesday, December 30, 1987, at Ingham Medical Center.  She was born in Fayetteville, Pennsylvania on Mstvh 21, 1928 and married Elson Burker who preceded her in death on April 12, 1969.  She was married to Ivan Snyder on November 13, 1978.  She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge of Reed City.  Survivors include her husband, Ivan J.; one son David Burker, of Dennison, Ohio; two grandchildren, Brent and Bryan. 
Funeral Services were held 1 p.m. Saturday, January 2, 1988 at the Young Funeral Home.  Rev. Richard Bachman officiated.  Burial was in Aetna Township Cemetery. 

SNYDER, WARD K., Lake City, MI - Formerly of Diamondale, Age 78, died Tuesday, June 1, 1993.  Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Friday, June 4, from the Young Funeral Home, Lake City, MI. Burial in Aetna Township Cemetery 

PLACE, DONNA A. (WIBERT), Haslett, Age 60, died September 28, 1987.  Mrs. Place was born January 17, 1927 in Ingham County and was currently the Head Cook at Haslett Public Schools.  She was a member of Haslett Community Church (UCC).  Surviving are her husband, Art; 2 daughters, Mrs. Don (Colleen) McElrath of Flushing and Shirley Place of San Diego, CA; 1 granddaughter, Rachel; brother Charles Wibert of Haslett; sister, Faye Bollinger of Mason; numerous nieces and nephews.  funeral services will be held Thursday, 2:30 pm. at the Gorsline-Runciman East Chapel, East Lansing, with the Rev. Robert E. Frederick, Pastor of Haslett Community Church (UCC), officiating.  Interment will be in Deepdale Memorial Park.  The family will receive friends at the Chapel Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9.  Friends desiring may make contributions to the American Cancer Society. 

PERVORSE, MRS. TERESA (WIBERT), 5010 S. Washington, Age 45, died Thursday (June 19, 1969) at a local hospital.  born Feb. 6, 1924, Lansing.  Mrs. Pervorse had been a lifetime resident of Lansing.  She graduated from Lansing Eastern High School, was a member of the Pleasant Grove Volley Ball Club and attended Central Church of the Nazarene.  Surviving are the husband Darriel I., one daughter, Bonnie D. Place of Lansing; two sons, Joseph L. Place and Melvin Place, both of Lansing; two grandchildren, the mother, Mrs. Ruth Wibert of Lansing; one sister Miss Ruth Wibert, Lansing; two brothers, Leslie Wibert, Laingsburg, Lee Wibert, Lakeland, FL: and stepdaughter, Mrs. Judith Salisbury, Lansing; stepson Keith Pervorse, Lansing; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Barbara Wibert of Laingsburg; several nieces and nephews.  Funeral Services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at the Gorsline-Runciman Funeral Home with the Rev. Keith St. John of the Central Nazarene Church officiating.  Interment in the Glendale Cemetery, Okemos. 


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