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And reinforce the restrictions a customized hero dogs dog kind from the University of Chicago October, 1984. He had a 's degree, plus, Physics from Michigan University. He enjoyed camping, gardening, scouting, playing games, traveling, he was a member of the Milwood Methodist Church choir for 46 years, and he was on the Heyl Scholarship Fund board. and enjoyed 22 years of winters where they made great friends. His greatest life was spending time with his family, especially playing games with his grandchildren. was preceded death by his parents; his two sisters, Goff and Hokenmaier. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Norcross of Kalamazoo; brother--law, Hokenmaier of Kalamazoo; four children, of Grand Rapids, of Kalamazoo, of Allegan, and of Hamilton. He also has nine grandchildren, Shalain, and one great-grandchild, is also survived by his nieces and nephews, Hokenmaier, and He also has three step-grandchildren and five step-great-grandchildren. Visitation be at the Milwood United Methodist Church, 3919 Portage Rd. on Wednesday, :00 PM and Thursday at 6 PM. Memorial services be held at Milwood United Methodist Church at 7 PM on Thursday. lieu of flowers, donations can be made his memory to Milwood United Methodist Church or Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan. Private interment be held on Saturday Mt. Ever-Rest Cemetery. Arrangements were made by the Langeland Family Funeral Homes, Memorial Chapel, 622. Burdick St. 43, of passed away Nov. 9, at Borgess Medical Center, Kalamazoo. was born Feb. 20, Harbor, the daughter of and Baldwin. worked much of her adult life at plastic molding plants the Harbor area. Away from the workplace, enjoyed a good book, watching wrestling and taking walks. But most importantly, the time she spent with her friends and family were the times she cherished the most. is survived by her mother, two sons, Baldwin of Coloma and Meadows of and two grandchildren, and Baldwin of Coloma. She is also survived by seven brothers and sisters, Revels of Hillsboro, Wis., Baldwin of Baldwin of Dowagiac, Baldwin of Baldwin of Coloma, Burke of St. and Crumb of Watervliet; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. was preceded passing by her father, a niece, and a significant other, Meadows Sr. As per 's wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial service to honor her memory commence at a later date. The family has entrusted the Funeral Home, with handling the arrangements., 88 of Dowagiac, formerly of passed away Thursday, Oct. 30, at Borgess Memorial Hospital Dowagiac. was born 25, Heron Lake, Minn., the daughter of and was formerly employed and retired from Potlatch of St. after 25 years of loyal service. She was a member of the VFW Post 1137 Auxiliary of Harbor and attended the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is survived by her daughter, Richmond of Kalamazoo; a Murphy of Cassopolis; grandson, Richmond; granddaughters, Banner, Collins and Reavis; eight great-grandchildren; a greatgreat-granddaughter; sister, Ives; and brothers, and was preceded death by her husband, Murphy, on 18. She was also preceded by a grandson, Richmond, her parents, and brothers, and A memorial service to honor her memory be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Funeral Home Father Flickinger of St. Church South Haven be the celebrant. A luncheon be held at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church following the service. 85, of Bangor, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 30, at Community Hospital, Watervliet, as the result of automobile accident. was born 12, Bangor, the of and Schroyer, both of whom precede him passing. Also preceding him passing were a brother, Schroyer, and a sister, Harriet Gough. started working for his father's business, 's Workshop, which served the area as a heating, plumbing and cooling operation. was also accomplished master plumber and worked both privately and as employee. 's true passion was leading two Bible studies for much of his adult life. was a avid churchgoer, as he was active member of the Bangor Bible Church, and most recently, the Federated Church. When he was not working or serving his Lord, could be found outdoors hunting deer and fishing. However, most importantly, was a family He was a loving husband of 56 years to his loving wife, and was a beloved father to his two children and later on, a wonderful grandfather to his six grandchildren. married Drake on Oct. 11. She survives, along with a Schroyer of Comstock Park and their children and a daughter, of Chesterton, Ind., and their children and a brother, Schroyer of Phoenix, Ariz., a sister, of Bangor; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family welcome friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 2, at the Federated Church. The service to honor his memory commence at 1 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 3, at the church. Pastor Nyhuis serve as officiant. Burial ceremonies follow Arlington Hill Cemetery, Bangor. Memorial donations 's name be made to the Rural Bible Mission. The family has entrusted the Funeral Home, with handling the arrangements., 88, of Cumming, Ga., formerly of passed away at his home on Tuesday, Oct. 28. was a veteran of World War II, serving the Navy as a Seabee. For most of his life he farmed. After retirement, and his wife, moved to was