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The advice, of width girth by helicopter battalion working travelled before that the Grange Fruit Exchange and for Wendzel. He enjoyed his work. was a likable person who could make anyone laugh. He is survived by his wife, his children, Cleary of Cleary of Kalamazoo and Cleary of his brothers, Cleary, Lonnie Cleary and Cleary, all of Arkansas, and Cleary of Harbor; and his grandchildren T.J., and 89, passed away December 4 Colorado. Survived by his wife of 68 years; children grandchildren great-grandchildren great-great-granddaughter sister cousin Services 10 AM Tuesday at Fairmount Mortuary Chapel, 430 S. Quebec St., 80247. lieu of flowers, donations be made to Colorado Chapter 21 NAWCC, c-o 1558 S. Jamaica St., 80012. Anyone wishing to sign the on-line guest book, it is on obituaries., 50, of passed away Nov. 30, at home. Graveside services be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, at Breedsville Cemetery, Columbia Township. Arrangements by Bangor Chapel, D.L. Funeral Home was born 15, Goshen, Ala., the of J. and Smith, and had lived the Bangor area most of his life. Surviving are three brothers, Smith Jr. of Chicago, Braxton R. Smith of Bangor and Smith of Fontina, Calif.; three sisters, Smith Lockett of Chicago, Ree Merritt of Birmingham, Ala., and Wilkerson of Detroit; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives. He was preceded death by his parents; a sister, Adams; and two brothers, Lomax and Smith., 50, of passed away Monday, Dec. 1, at her home. was born Dec. 12, Traverse City, Mich., the daughter of and Phipps, both of whom preceded her passing. Also preceding her passing were a sister, Wilbanks, and a brother, Phipps. worked as a home care nurse, working the Stevensville area. She was a member of the Lions Club, where she served her community by helping with Christmas the Park and helped with Harding's Thanksgiving Baskets to donate to the community. She was also avid Trek fan. married Owens on July 10. survives, along with a daughter, Owens of Dowagiac, and two sons, Owens and Owens, both of She is also survived by three grandchildren, Harbert, Owens-Little and Kylin Owens; a brother, Phipps of Dowagiac; and aunt, Stillwell of Berrien Springs. As per 's wishes, cremation has taken place. The family welcome friends from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, at the Funeral Home, where a memorial service to honor her memory take place at 7 p.m. Pastor of the Tabernacle Church of Dowagiac serve as officiant. lieu of flowers, memorial donations 's name be made to the family., 92, of passed away peacefully on Thursday, Nov. 20, at his home. was born Aug. 1, Maldin, Mo., to Ransom and He lived his life there and Kennet, Mo., until 1950, when he brought his family to Michigan. He had lived for the past 58 years. worked for Corporation for a number of years, worked construction as part of the crew that built I-94 and later worked for Disposal Company. is survived by a daughter, of Ellenwood, Ga., a step-daughter, Bauschke of Coloma; four grandsons; one granddaughter; five great-grandsons; three great-granddaughters; one great-great-grandson; and three great-great-granddaughters. was preceded death by his wife, on 15; a a daughter, his parents; two brothers; and three sisters. The family welcome friends on Monday, Nov. 24, from noon until the time of the service at 2 p.m. at the Funeral Home Pastor Langston of the First General Baptist Church of Coloma officiate. then be laid to rest Hill Cemetery Township. Those wishing to make a memorial 's name do with the South Haven Area Hospice., 86 of Coloma, Michigan, died November 16, St Mich. was born December 25, to and Rutheda Attending school Ohio he was a graduate of both Wellington High School 1939, and Oberlin Business College. Mr. Obrig worked for Plumbrook Ordinance Bogart, Ohio, Magic Chef Lorain, Ohio, and retired from Kendel Corporation of Battle Creek, Michigan. Mr. Obrig spent his winters Sebring, where he enjoyed fishing, golf, and volunteer work. Survivors include two sons, Obrig of Ohio, and Obrig of Silver Springs, Md.; a sister, Hostetler; and a brother, Howe Obrig. Also surviving are three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Obrig was