/I\\f.-EATON RAPIDS - DEATHS & OBITUARIES. 1990.----······ . \!'-.iJ --,.
1- 5 ,ql).1- tlOO\-. 1'4' ,·1·:··, . ":i1. .'.: .;. :Tuesday, anuary 30,-.19 r- ,.Q:tiituarieslIISABEL F. LOVEALICE M. HAWKINSI''- " " . ., Flashes Shopper' ,Gulde, Eaton Rapids, MichiganObituaries.GLADYS M. PIERSONCHARLES W. BUTLER'"Gladys M. Pierson, age 87,Alice M- Hawkins,,. ageIsabel F. Love, age 84 ofCharles W. Butler,' age· 80,died Jan. 18, 1990 in Eaton died Wednesday, January 17,Eaton Rapids died January85, of rural Mason diedRapids. She was born July 28, 1990 at the Eaton . RapidsTuesday, January 23, 1990 26, 1990 in Charlotte. ,She1902 in Belding, Ml. Gladys Community Hospital:;.He ·was.at tl'le St. Lawrence Nursing was born September 23,1905 in Eaton R Reds, thewas preceded in death by her born April 29, f909. ini Home in Dimondale. She wasborn May 28, 1904 in· daughter of;Jamestalld RubyKendalville, Indiana, .son.of ,husband Durward in 1987.Briggs. Sl'le was preceded inMoline, IL the daughter of.She ·is survived by 1 Frank and Grace (Casileman)August'' and Marie Elodie- death by her husband Chet'i daughter Sharon Talbot of Butler. ·Mr.Butler was ·a""retired(VanWalleghem) Declercq.and a son Jr. ·WEaton Rapids; 1 son Oscar Chief Industrial Engi ce. r for fShe was preceded in deathMrs. Love'iS'survived by(Bertine) Pierson of Eaton R.E.O. Motors m Lan mg. A ·by her husband Sidney in3 daughters Edfla (Everette)f:lapids; 4 granpchildren Larry life member of tfie .Eatori1987 and 2 sons Paul· andHamilton of F,Lf,Ci \fa (Delos)(Marjorie) Pierson of Mt. Rapi.Ps F&AM. Lodge .,63; life /John. Mrs. Hawkins lovedStrayer of FL J.!ois (Martin)Pleasant, Dennis (Pat) Pierson member of R.A.M. lodge 100the out-of-doors and theHeath of Eaton' .Rapids; 4of Eaton Rapids, Lloyd Pierson Leslie; member of;;QeWitt- ·family farming, she essons Don (Sandy) Love ofof Eaton Rapids, Melissa Clinton .Consistory iri' Grand pecially enjoyed gardening'Napoleo6, M li. 11 (Elsie)Talbot of Eaton Rapids; 3 Rapids and. a.member of the,.growing fibwers and fishing.Love of Eatonr,Rapids, Vern. · .· ,sisters-in-law Betty Oberlin of Scottish Rite. ·She is survived by. ·8 (Shirley) Love tof. Lansing,Surviving is his wife of 60FL, Thelma Swihart and Normachildren, 5 daughters and 3 Norman " ap:;. (Phyllis)Stelle bottl"ot Kalamazoo; years, Cheryl;; ·: 2 sonssons: Dorine Hanes of Holt,Love of Eatona,Rapids; 24Lawrence Butler ariCJ C. Maxseveral nieces arid nephews.Doris Williams of Charlotte,grandchildren and 43 greatFune'ral ser\!ices were held and wife Pat Butler alrcif EatonPauline Royston of Eatongrandchild'ren,. : 1Monday Jan. 22;"1990 from the Rapids; 6'.grandctli'ldren; 5Rapids, Audrey HartenburgFuneral ·'.services were '.Shelly Funeral Home with Mr.· great-grandchildren;· 3 step-·1of Vermontville and Maryheld Monday 9an. 29, 1990John Kidd.Jr. of the Eaton grandchildren and several1 Ellison . ofMason, Dale· from the S elly FuneralRapids Jehovah Witness cousi ns.I Hawkins'· of Holt, David Home, with the; Rev. PaulKingdom Hall officiating.Funeral services were held ,Hawkins, Sr. and SidneyMergener offici ting. InierInterment will be at Oakwood Friday, January 19th at 1 p.m.Hawkins both of Mason; 27mentat· · · SpringportCemetery Hamlin Twp.· Casket from the Skinner Funeralgrandchi ldren and 40 greatCemeter.y,, C s et bearers :·bearers were Larry. Pierson, Home with the Rev. Paulwere: Mike love, · Craig ·; grandchildten; 2 brothersDennis P,ierson, Lloyd Pierson, Mergener officiating andI Henryarrd Paul Declercq "'L.ove, -RQger. Lo ve, DuaneRobert Mullins. William Masonic Memorial serviceI bothi:of; ansing; 4 sistersLover-, Sam Love and Scott ,Gardener and Thomas conducted Thursday, .veningI, Annal Co(bin of Holt, Mary Steiner. Honorary bearersChunko.at 7 p.m. with DonaldK Harris· Darrow· and Augusta Strangwere Dick Love and Chuck--Chaplin.lntermeht,followedtroth&of Eaton Rapids andHeath.''I ·funeralservicein ·the ·RosehillMartha Stase of Florida. - - . -.- --------- cemetery Eaton ··Rapids,Funeral services were-Casket ·bearers were: Jimhell:rFriday, January'.26 at·2 t. \·Workman,' James Carter,I ·. . p.m. !,ffom the ASRiririeri fIJamesButler, Corey Butler,·11Funeral Home with 1the.o Rev,·! d:-irl. -90'ScottCarter. and Mark ··r:. Paul Mergener officiating.1 Breeden.·' 1 Interment followeff' foil the . !L----: ----·family plot in the GreenwoodCemetery · Aureliusti Town-··' · ship. Casket bearers· wereEat !,n., apids · '-#')grandsons: Kenneth Hanes,. 4.).-' BartonVincent, nJamesAge· 35, died ;Friday,Hawkins, Tracey ·Ellison,February'9, 1990. ReliSteve Hawkins, Kurt Harten-"gious Services will beburg, Sid Hawkins andi.Davidheld Tuesday, February' 13, 1990 at 1:30Hawkins. For those wishing ip.m.-: at the Palmera memorial contribution may 1Bush Lansing Chapel.be made to either the Eaton 1·Interment will followRapids Community Hospital ·at East Lawn Memoryor St. Lawrenq 'f. ursingI Q r: i ns. , 1:he fami yHome envelopes·are ava1lable I1, i,!1 1 .:receive theirat the Funeral H olne.·. fr iends onday, 1 2-4and. 7-9 p.m. at t.he Funeral Heme.r Donations ,may be made toMr'. McCains ChildrensTrust Fund.III11'III.-iJl ·M I ,. DAVI E.
- 0-9011-lto-9oFluhn·IShoppet" Gulde, &ton Raplda, MichiganObituariesObituariesMARY P. HOWEMARGARET OVA TWICHELLMary P. Howe, age 84, ofJacksonformerlyofSpringport, died January 8,1990 in Jackson. She wasborn August" 14, 1905 inSpring Arbor Twp., JacksonCo., MI. The daughter ofHarvey and Helen Palmer.Mrs. Howe was a member oftheParma-SpringportChapater 270 OES. She wasemployed at Consu ersPower in Jackson and retiredfrom the State of Michigan.She was preceded in deathby her ·husband Harold in1984 and a sister WinifredSchwartz in 1989.Mrs: Howe is survived by2 sisters Sybil Hay of Livoniaand ' GraceEmeryofWashington State; severalnieces and nephews.Funeral services were1held Wednesday, Jan. 10,1990 from the Shelly FuneralHorne with the Rev. GeorgeG ttenberger of. the Calvary1-LJnited Methodist Church,1Jackson and the Parma1 Springport Chapter 270 OESI officlating. lnter ent was at e M a le v n oncord:Margaret Ova HooverBlake Twichell, age 84, diedSaturday, January 13;"1990at her daughter's home inWilliamston. She was bornMarch 30, 1905 in DQver,Ml, Clare County, daughterof Daniel and Estina (Roland)Hoover. Mrs. Twichell resided on Bellevue Hwy: in EatonRapids. She was preceded indeath by her husbands,Lloyd Blake in 1947 and EdTwichell in 1969. She ytasloved by her family and m .nyfriends. The family would·like to express their sijlceregratitude and thanks toMargaret's personal nurses,Cindy Stirm, Cindy 1Grove,Margie Stephenson an Christee McNei! for theirloving care and kindness.She is survived' by 1brother A. Sol Hoover of Lansing; her children Mr. andMrs. Mervin (Ruth) Cornellof Williamston, Mr. Roy D.I·INORA T. WILSON.II.j"\l·Nora T. Wilson. age 74 ofEatonRapids died February114, 1990 in Lansing, Ml.She was born May 26, 19151in Lansing. Nora has been a resident of Eato.n Rapids for ·' 38 years. She was precededin death by her husbandHarold in 1976.She is survived by 51 daughters Marylan Wilson.Audrey Towers both of EatonRapids, Barbara Wenzlick of1 Lansing, Patricia Pierson ofMason, Sharon Heintzelman, of Eaton Rapids; 2 sonsHarold and Richard Wilsonboth of Eaton Rapids; 1ograndchildren and 4 great'grandchildren.Funeral services wereheld Sat. Feb.-17, from theShelly Funeral Home with theRev. Gary Coates, Assoc.Pastor of the First UnitedMethodist Church of EatonRapids officiating. Intermentwas in Glendale Cemetery. Okemos. Casket bearers· were Joe Wenzlick, TimWenzlick, Ray Wilson, Ken1 TowersandDanHeintzelman. or ld son 'Bi :e an0 . -.-.- Bellevue, Mr. and Mrs.Oscar ri(Bertine) Pierson ofEaton Rapids and Mr.-andMrs. William Blake ofHaslett; 30 grandchildren;-t.d'. h"ld e2. 21 great-gran c 1 r n;CLAYTON W. NAYLOR.Clayton W. Naylor. age83. died Sunday. February18, 1990 at a Lansinghospital. He was bornAugust 29. 1906 in Brad her.Ohio the son of P. W. andMerta (Jones) Naylor. Mr.Naylor was a retired farmerand had lived in the EatonRapids area for the past 80years.·Surviving are a nephew.Dean Naylor of Lansing;niece Vonda Pulver ofDimondale; second cousin,Frank Naylor of Eaton Rapidsand close friends who heresided with, Bob and PatAlbaugh and sons, John andPaul of Eaton Rapids.Funeral services will beheld Wednesday, February21 at 3 p.m. from theSkinner Funeral Home withthe Rev. George Rutgersofficiating. Interment will beon the family plot in theRosehill .Cemetery, Eaton 1Rapids . Visitation will beTuesday, Feb. 20 2-4 and7-9 p.m.1 .;J-/trr'IO al s rvices·lv1i1: 'iie1d· 1·:.: :-·. - -:-:. J Saturday; 2 p.m. from.- .-- - . ·,,u;,.t;rf;:;i;J.;::i.f1-7'a1· NAYLOR ·WILSON', NORA ·th e. elJy une raJ.1 lcLAYTON W." ·Eaton Ra ids .;Home,. Ea!OJ! ap1 s,. · 1· · r: . .1 P · . · · Interine.nt will be.1!1 j 1 Eaton·Rap1ds · 1r-:-.;, .tr·. . · . .Glenc;tale C me ery,Age 1 .id1ed. Wednes- o emos '.The f rilHy Iedied Sunday,83great-great-grahdchildr n; ay, Feb ruary 14, 1990 will r. ce ve fri nds brua y. Mr.18' 1990 ·several·. step-gr an.dch1,ldrenm Lar:ismg. She was Friday from 2·4 and'7· .I and·many !' nieces' . ndborn May 26; 1915 i 9,·p:m. at' the' FUileral 1Naylor as a. retirednephews:T· Lansing. She was a Honie. ; i: ·r, . i.;.farn:ier m the E'.a onFuneral'.services will beresident of Eaton Rap· .j ap1ds area. Su rv1vmg1: held Wed'., Japuary 17 at 2 ids for 38 ye!lrs and · t: ., .,,. . · 1 i ·!· j are a. nephew, Dean Ip.m. from··)he Skinner wasprecededindeath.,, . .c . - · ra;lor of: ira dFurreral Home in ·Eatonby· her husband, Har- ··e ge; mec . on Rapids . with . Rev. Erwin old in 1976. She is sur Pulver o f D. mondale. vived by five ugh- :s con .1 cousm, FrankForb es 'from the Wesleyanters, Maryl n, \VHS? !or of. E;aton RapBible Church, r Owasso and and Audrey:. Towers;(.ids,. close friends, Bobthe Rev . Robert Nelsen fromboth. of Eaton.Rapids,. nd Pat Albaugh andtheWesleyan· ·church, Barbara wenzlick ofsons, John a!ld Pa tOwasso officiating. VisitationLansing, Patricia:Pier- 1Funeral .s rv1ces. w111will be Tues., Jan. 16 from so·n of Mason,1Sh ron ,2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Heintzelman of.Eaton,·will follow . service in the Rapids; two sons;'Har\ be Wednesday, Febru- .Greenwood. cemetery\ in old and Richard· Wilary 21 at 3 p.m. fro1lr Aurelius· Township . casket s . both' o ,i;:'afonthe. Skinner FuQerf!.I . bearers ''will be ·Walter Rapids;· 10 ·grandchil·\ Home, Eaton Rapids.Cornell, 'Tom Donald, Joe ',dr i;i;,a d, foiir,'.greatVisitation will b.e Mo .- Donald, Steveni::Blake Larry ·grandchildren. Funerday and Tuesday, 2:!. Pierson,Daniel Donald, and 7c9 p.m.) JamesDonald, 'Dennis.·- ---- Pierson .and .Lloyd Pierson.I Honorary casket bearers willI be Delbert Twichell, Don A.Cornell, Michael Cornell, Don· M. Cornell and KennethHarvey."1I ,. . , . II .II!
.3 O - (p- C/Or:HOLBROOK,'DEWEY A. BALl. Il Age 83, died J.anuary ·· WELTHIA E. LOSEY, Mary G. Holmes formerlyDewey A. Ball, age 65 ofWelthia E. (Graham}of. Eaton Rapids, ·died ·Lake, Ml formerly of Eaton Losey, age 76, of SpringportFebruary 1, 1990 at age 82Rapids died suddenly in passed. away January 29,in Grand Rapids . She was Harrison, Ml. He was born. 1990-in Eaton Rapids. Sheborn Sept. 17, 1907 the Feb: 1, 1.924 in Albion the was born May 19, 1913 indaughter of Frank and Mabel so ., of Elmer and Jane Springport, MI. She. was a ·Holmes: Mary was a teacher '(Adams} Ball. Mr. Ball was a .member of the Pope Unitedin the Michigan Public press operator for the Eaton Methodist Church, DeverauxSchools for 42 years Stamping Company and after Grange,theHolidaymovedtoLake,RblT·1Clbteac h.mg ·in Stan d'1s h, Ot seg o retirementMl'w.here he had i·ived for theam ers ra1 er u , Eatonand Midland She was· a life·RapidsandSp.ringportlong member of the· United ·past 12 years. He was Senior Citizens.Methodist Church.preceded in death by his wifeSurvivingareherMiss Holmes is survived Ruth in ,1973 and daughter husband Hugh; 4 sons and 1by 1. sister Mrs. Ellen Jane Linda Carter in 1963.· daughter, Jasper (Joyce}Holmes Long ' of GrandSurvivingare2 Graham of Springport, GeraldRapids; 3 nieces Mary Ellen daughters Carol Bundrick of (Barb} Graham , of: Parma,Fredenburg, Janet Elaine Altha, FL,. Joanne and .· Margaret (Francis} Artz ofFulton both .of, Kalamazoo,hus nd Jim Abbott of Parma, Robert (Christine J.}Annamarie Long Pelham of Ham on.Ml;5 . Graham of Eaton Rapids,Fenton; 2 grand-nreces, 4 grandchildren;. 1 brother Richard1 (Nancy} Graham of.grand-nephews; 1 great- , Sewar and wife lfa all of · Springport; 3 stepdaughters,grand-niec.e and 1 great- Brookfield.s1ster-m-l w Sandra (Wayne} Gifford otgrand-nephew.··Helen Bodell of E ton Rapids Springport, Joanne Pitcher of-Funeral services will be - and several · nieces and · Jackson and Susan (Mike}today, February 6, at 2 p.m.n phews. Herrick of Eaton Rapids; 1from the Shelly FuneralFuneral services were stepson Leroy (Linda} LoseyHome with the Rev. Larry helq Sa . e . 3, 1990 from of Springport;23Irvine pastor of the First th.e Skinner Funeral Ho.me . grandchifdren; 21 greatUnited Methodist Church, w1t.h:th.e Rev, tephen Kh k grandchildren; 2 great-greatofficiating. Interment will be officiating, unal followed !n ·grandchildren and 1 sisterat Oakwood Cemetery Hamlin the Roseh1ll. Cemetery in Gladys Rzasa of Jackson.Twp. Those desiring mar EatonRapids.CasketReligious services weremake contributions to the b arers were: d Bennett, conducted by Rev. . Paul·FirstUnitedMethodist B.111 lwood, M1 e ·A bott, Mergener, Thursday, Feb. 1Church Missions. Casket J1mm1e Abbott, Jim Fischer at the Springport Patience · bearers are: Lawrence & and Raymond Carter.Montgomery-Kerwin FuneralDavid Fredenburg, JohnHome: Interment was at PopePelham, Richard Fulton,ROSANNA MMANNChurchCemetery.TheSusan Fulton Baird and pallbearers were:Mikef:leather Pelham.Rosanna M. Mann age Graham, David Graham,55 of rural Eaton Rapids died Roger Sadowsky,GarySaturday, February 3, 1990 Sadowsky, Kelly Graham and. MARY LEONA CLARKat the Sparrow Hospital, John Mullins. MemorialLansing after an illness of contri buti.ons may be made toMaryLeon;!Clark,formerly of Eaton Rapids died several months. Rosanna the Pope Church UnitedFebruary 2, 1990 at age 91 , was born i Eaton . Rapids, Methodist ChUrch in memoryin Belding, Ml. She was born the daughter of Bennie M. of Welthia Graham Losey.Dec. 13, 1898 in Ronceverte, and Leola B. (Scott} FinchW. Virginia. Mary was a and was a life resident of··MADELINE HOLBROOK ·. member of the First United ' Eaton County. She was a1952.graduateofEatonMethodist Church of EatonMadeline Holbrook, age 1Rapids and was preceded in. Rapids High School, was a 83 of Eaton Rapids, died·death by her husband member of the Lansing January 31, 1990 in. EatonMoos Lodge 288 and was aDewey.··Rap\ds. She was born Dec.memberof the - Moose 18, 1905 in Calhoun Co., MlShe is survived by 1 son. · Shannon D. · Clark· of Motorcycle Club. She was· Madeline was a resident ofcurrently employed at the Riverview Apartments and aHonolulu, HI.Funeral services will. be A.S.C.S. (Agricultural Soil member·of the Eafon RapidsWed.·, Feb. 7 at 2 p.m. from Conservation.·. Service} in Church of the Nazarene. Shethe Shelly Funeral Home with Charlotte ·where she had . was preceded in death by herthe Rev. Larry Irvine, pastor worked for 25 years and was . husband Donald Holbrookof the Eaton Rapids First a former Michigan Bell and her first husband Phillipoperatorin Dandurand. .United Methodist Church Telephoneofficiating. Interment to be at Charlotte.Surviving are 1 sisterSurviving. are . her. Mrs. Bessie Hicks . ofthe Munger. Cemetery EatonRapids Twp. The family will husband, .Robert Mann; 2 Springportand · sever · receive friends Tuesday 3-5 sons Rex Allen (Shelly} Mann · nieces and nephews.and 7-9 p.m. at the Funeral of Oliv.et and Rodney LeeFuneral services were(Michele}Mannof held Friday, Feb. 2, 1990Home. .,.,Vermontville; . 1 . daughter from the Shelly FuneralToni . ReneaMann of Home with the Rev. Allen E.Sunfield; 5 grandchildren; Cobb· of the · Eaton RapidsMAE L. HORNspecial friend Kathy Mann of Church of the NazareneCharlotte; 2 brothers RichardMrs. Mae -L. Horn, age Finch of California and officiating. Interment was· at.91 formerly of Eaton Rapids, Robert Finch of El Paso, TX the Kankakee Memorialpassed away January 17, and a sister, Geraldine (Mrs. Gardens in Kankakee, IL.1990 in Libertyville, Illinois. ' Kenny) Cleaves of Eaton ·Mrs. Horn, a long-time Rapids.teacher in the Eaton RapidsFuneralserviceswillbeSchool system, was amember of the United held. at 1 .p.m. Wednesday,Methodist Church in Eaton February 7, 1990 at tryeFuneral·Rapids, where. she sang in Burkhead-Green.Chapel,Charlottewi thPastorthe choir and was active inin many church groups. She Geotge Rutgers of )he Firstwas involved in Junior Red Baptist Church· of EatonRapids officiating . IntermentCross and a life member ofwillbe inthe , RosehillDelta ·Kappa Gamma. SheCemetery, Eaton· Rapids. as preceded in death by herMemorials are suggested tohusband, Thomas L.AmericanCancer ·She is survived by her theSociety,EatonCountyUnit.son, 'Thoma l. Jr.,daughter-in-law, Carmen, 2 Envelopes are available at thegrandchildren and 6 great- Funeral Home.grandchildren.· Burial was in Cas County, MN.11j!MADELINERapidsI Eaton. MARY G. HOLMESl ".'. '::;'; c-0-b- - -u- r-ie. s-.)I 31, 1990 in Eaton Rap-' ids. She was born De!I Calhouncember 18, 1905 inCounty, MI.I Shewas a member ofI the Eaton · RapidsI: Church of the Naza-, re.ne an a resident of I1R1verv1ew Apart- rments. She was preceded in death by herhusband, Donald Hol- !brook and her first/ husband, Philip Dan- 1 durand. She is sur- ivived by I sister, ·Mrs.Bessie Hicks of Spring- !port; and several ·nieces and riephews. 1Funer!ll services will i'be held Friday, 10 a.m.from the Shelly Funer- ·1al Home in Eaton Rap-1ids With the Rev. AllenE . Cobb, Pastor ofChurch of the ·Nazarene· officiating. Interment will be in Kankakee, IL.IIIl
:ff;i, ar, es.; '.mniiv ·s1PLE · · cLhRENcE"ir'SANosr;;uw :;d h5-sANDS: o·CLAREN E.IH.Idella V. Siple, ·age 62 aClarence H-' Sands, age 1lite resident of the Eaton · 60, of Eaton Rapids diedRapids area died Sunday,Sunday, February 11, 1990February 11 , 1990 at a Lans- · .at a Lansing Hospital'. Heing hospital. She was bornwas born November 16,August 5, 1927 in Eaton1929 in Sand Creek, Ml- sonCounty, daughter of Frankof Harry and Helen (Kalkadi)and Beuiah (Smith) Clark.Sands. Clarence was aMrs. Siple was a formergraduate of the Leslie High I. State Employee working forSchool 9lass of 1955 andth Department ·of Correcserved in the Air Force from .Itions in Jackson and for the1947-53. He retired after 25 IMichigan National Guard inyears of service from the !Lansing as a Secretary, she . Goodyear Rubber & Tire Co.then retir d to raise her lamof Jackson and moved fromily. She was an activeOnondaga to Eaton Rapids 12'member of the First Baptistyears ago.Church in Eaton Rapids, 'Surviving are h1s wifeteaching ·Sunday School,June, son Robert Sands ofserving on the DiaconateLansing; 2 daughters Dianeboard, working in · the . and .Margo of Canada;nursery and on dinners andmother Helen · Sands of 1elsewhere needed.Jackson; 3 si·srers ElizabethSurviving ar.e her husGreen ·of Leslie, Mary Phelanband Charles; 2· sons andof Parma and Joyce Nelson ofdaughters-in-law Steve andHarmoney, NC; 3 stepchildBarbara Siple of Manchester,renStanley· Norris ofMl, David'.ilnd Linda Siple ofCharlotte, Sandy Pulido ofEaton Rapids; daughter andLansing and Susan Richard-·s?n:ir"'J i'l\l ;Lynda and Joelson of Mason; many grand:. Pike of Eaton Rapids; brother children; 1 great-grandchild,' Irving Cla,rk of Beverly . several. nieces and nephews.· Beach, i L ;.;.6 grandchildrenMemorial services will beLisa . Peters of Daytonaheld Thurs., February 15 atBeach, FL; David Jr. and2 p.m. from the SkinnerJarrad Sfpie·of Eaton Rapids,Funeral Home-with the Rev.Colleen,. !.aura and ElizabethPa ul Me.rgener officiating.', Pike of tf 9n Rapids and 1 .Private Interment of cremain great g[aQn.q,dau ghter; sev; ill follow 'on the family ploteral rne i n9 nephews.· in Woodlawn Cemetery inFuneral services will beLeslie. For thos1kwishing aheld:IJY.e.d]e§ day, Feb·. 14 at - memorial contribution may·1 p.m. fro m.the First Baptistbe made to either theChurch in.Eaton Rapids withAmerican C nce! .Society .o .Rev. ; Ge qrge Rutgers andthe Heart Disease. Research·Rev. R ymond Clark ofFoundation . Envelopes 1 areficiating. ·interment will .be inavailable at the funeral home.Rosehill Cemetery,· Hamlin ·Twp., Eaton Rapids. Visita- .:tion will be today 2-4 and 7-9 :p.m. ·ar the Skinner Funeral 'Home."For ·those wishing a·memorial contribution maybe made to . e)ther ·theBuilding f,und ' b .Fi stBaptist Church or F.a,m1ly Life1Radio.Envelopes ·'rareavailable at.the.funeral home .ofthe Eaton Rapitls areaI died·Sunday,;February: ll,'.1!)90 at."a:Lansinghospital: rs. Siplewas .a former S.tateEmploye e working for1I the ,o ,g.partment ofI orredfons, ip, Jacksonand ,the Michigan Na1' tional Guard i in Lan- ,sing as .secretary and Iretired !n '1968 to raise jher family. She was a I ve.ry acti.ve ri].ember of 1th,e F r tt l Baptist !Church ·ihJ.Eaton Rap- Iids. Surviving are her· 1 husband, Chai::les: 2 IIlago. surviving are ·hiswife,. June; son, Eobertof Lansiilg; 2 daug ters';!Diarie.tahd Marg J;1er, Helen Sands of :Jackson; 3 sist rs,J:l z:- :.abeth Green of Leslie, 1Mary Phelal} of "farmaand Joyce Nelson of1Iarmony., N(:; 3 stepchildren;: Stanley NQr. is iof Charlotte, 'SandyPulic\O of. Lansing an ISusan Richardson ofMason; many grandch il I ren·' 11:.· great'grandch'fi i;· .several \i nieces arid-. nephews. )'I Memorial services., wjll !I be. held "Tihilrsd'.ay, JFebruary 15 at 2 p.m. 'I from the Skinner Fu- Ir neral . Ho'me,'"Eatoil iI Rapids; -For· 'those rI wishing; a :me.nforial . ti,.contribution .may: be.A! !eJ!ti.er ;.th 1madeAmer.ic;al\' 9 e.[JiQS J-. .ety o.r.,Uie Heart Di ·,1eruie ; esea c 11 1 · F, u !,dation; \ .env.elopesavailable 'i((tiie l.:une.i' al Home: .H! \ r· 1l·II e '62,:'.iif identAge 60, died Sunday,Febl'\lary' 11, 1990 at aLansing hospital. Clarence was a graduate of· the Lesl\e High SchoolClass of 1,955. andserved in the ,U.S. AirForce from 1947-53.He retired.' after:· 25years of sefvice.,'frofuthe Goqdyear. Ru} berand.Tire' Company ofJackson,. and mQvedfrom Onondaga to Ea·ton Rapids 12 yearst ofht'Of; C:::anaaa;Jinoth- atoit ·Rap dsEaton RapidsI(.I rg) .;J-90ISI L ::tDELLA. y.sons and daughters:in-·law, Steve and Barbara Siple of Manchester, David and Linda, Siple of Eaton Rapids;daughter 'and son-inlaw, Lynda and JoelPike of Eatbn Rapids;brother, Irving Clarkof Beverly Beach, FL;16 grandchildren; li great granddaughter; several nieces and, nephews. Funeral services will ,be Wednes·day, February 14, at tp.m. at the· 'first Baptist Church in Eaton\ Rapids. Interment willbe in Oakwood Ceme;tery. Visitation will beMonday aild. TueSdayfrom 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.:at the Skinner FuneralHome in Eaton· ·Raplids. For those·wi hing,ta memorfal' . contribuluon may be · mad( toeither tl e" BuildingFund at the··Fir8t ·Bap:ust Church or to Fam,ily Life Radio. Envellopes .are availatile''at'the Fuil'erai Home.·11!:.11j !j.\·j11·I1. - OAVIO.t]lcfAiN' - --.JIIDavid E. ·McCainE'age 35 iof Eiton Rapiq died. riday,February 9;,fJl\1. .9Q. Mr.McCain was,. employed atEyde"Constructi Co.' as an.electrician for' \ :Years. · amemberof th t"my"ll'rational. tct""fr.Guard,E.R:. ·aaycees,Wesleyan,.:church ·of Eaton ,1Rapia'S'and graduated from 'DeWitt High Schoo! in 1973.He is survived by his wife - --.,,,, -- .,,,,. Jean of 8 years; 2 sonsBenjamin David, AndrewJames; 1 daughter Kristine .Marie; father William ofDeWitt;motherRoseyWeatherby of Mason; 3brothers William Goldsby,Dale Lynn both of Lansing,Todd William of DeWitt; 1sister Gina Lynn of D·ewitt; !mother and father-in-lawJohn and Virginia·Cannarile. ,. Funeral service will be ,held today, Feb. 13 at 1:30p.m. at the Palmer BushLansing Chapel with Rev.Dennis Perkins of theWesleyan Church of Eaton .Rapids and brother Bob !Nappier of New Home BaptistChurch officiating. Interment :will follow ·at East LawnMemoryGardens:·PallBearers are: Vedell Isham,Chuck Smieska, Larry Puffenburger, Marley.Hilts, BobRyan and Mike McCain.Honorary Bearers are: Dallas·Summer . Tom Reust, DannyRyan. Contributions may bemade to Mr. McCain'schildren'strustfund.Envelopes available at the· funeral home.11
O! c . ,;; 1.3.-90RosannaM. Mann- ·. .-'McCAIN, DAVID .iEaton Rapids ·11'I------------- I ,: l- --·- · EATON RAPIDS·. Man kiUed in four-vehicle crashlAil Eaton Rapids man was killed in an accident involv' ing two semi-tractor trucks and two cars, state police saidSaturday.'', David E. Mccain, 35, was killed about 8:20 p'.m. Fridaywhen the vehicle he was driving on Interstate 94 in Battlej;Creek was struck in the rear by a semi-tractor, careenedover the median strip and struck another truck head-on,said State J olice Sgt. Thomas Schwander of the BattleCreek post.·The driver of the second truck, Monroe Chapman, 29,was injured when the rig struck a car and then a tree,Schwander said. Chapman was treated at Borgess Hospital in. Kalamazoo, where he was in stable conditionSaturday. -.tJ .o-,WYt- StcL't.v d Ol-1/-90Iof, ·Mason· and Norma(James) Kozma ofAge 35, died FridayBrighton; l son, Ver-·February 9, 1990. Mr'.·· non, "Bud" (Ilo) BaldMcCain was employed jwin of Eaton" Rapids;by the Eyde .construe1 23 grandchildren; 32tlon · Co pany as an great grandchildren; 7electrician tor four jstep gr at grandchilyears. He was a mem- Idren;', l great greatber of the Army Na- 1granddaughter;ltional Guard, Eaton Ibr.:.other,.DonaldRapids· Jaycees, WesJ:?oepker of Shepard; 3 ---- ,,.· - sisters, Marcella Bige. .:I Siefkerlow 'of Elwell, Ednaleya n Church.of Eatonof ClintonRapids and radu8:tedEmogene Fanning offrom eW1tt. H1.g h l.-- - St. Louis. Funeral serSch ol m 9?3. e is · yj;(:a;;t:v ·vi12es will be held'Satsurv1ved by fus 1fe ofL.f- 9ourday, l p.m. at the8 years, Jean; 2 sons,ALDWIN, ·r . .Shelly Funeral HomeBenjamin David, An" MARTH;\· MARY, . ' in Eaton Rapids Withdrc;:w James; l daug!(:. ··' 1 , p tJTter, Kristine Marie; ·ra Eaton Rapids ,.as or ean ulip ofther, William :or ,. - .,. .the Hidden SpringsDeWitt,· mother . Ro e·y. . - . J .Retreat Centre'. Inter- iWeatherby of Mason; 3 1g ; : w n : ment will be at the)brothers, WilHci'in.Rose hill .Cemetery in. ·May 5-, 1912. in . Shep- Eaton Rapids. The 11Goldsby, Dal · Ly . ard, MI. She was a 'co- family wHI receiveboth of Lansing ahd owner ard operator.'.of friends Friday from 2Tod d William .of 1Baldwin Second ·.Hand 4 and 7-9 p.m.-ThoseDeWitt; I sister, Gina Store in Eaton Rapids desiring may ,makeLynn of DeWitt; motb- for 25 yea . and em- contributions to theer an father-in-Jal;;, ployed at Lindell Drop Eaton ,Rapids CommuJohn and Virgin,ia can- ·Forge. She was a' past nity Hospjtal ·.x;Ray.narile. Funeral s&r member of the Eaton Machine· Fund.vices will be heid Rapids Communityr 1 .,:. Tuesday, February 13, ospita! i\uxiliary; a i!990 at 1:30 p.m. ·at memb,er of the Mad 1Ijj1l EATON RAPIDS·.Ij-IPalmer-Bush LansingHatter Ban\d and the ;Chapel with Rev. Den- Big Nine ;Euchre Club.· nis ·perkins of Wesley- She was preceded inan Church of Eaton death by her .oldestRapids and Broth.er daughter,· Mary EllenBob Nappier of New .!r:i 1951 and .her husHome Baptist Church band Ivan of so yearsofficiating. Interment in 1978.' She is surwill follow at East vived by 4 daughters,Lawn Memory Gar- Deloris A an (Neil)dens. The family will Hudson -of Jackson Arreceive tlieir friends lene Love· of L vit,Sunday and Monday town, PA, ViviaBfrom 2-4 ·and 7-9 p.m. (Richard) Dillinghamat the Funeral Home.,· Contributions may be 1· --made to Mr. McCain'sChildren's Trust .Fund.,.Envelopes·beavailable at the Funeral Home.··. -.,.d.-11-9()·l Man :killed in fOur-vehicte crashAn Eaton Rapids man was killed in an 1;1ccident involving two semi-tractor trucks and two cars.state police saidSaturday,·David E. Mccain, 35, was killed about 8:20 p.m. Friday en the vehicle .he was driving on Inle-te 94 in Battle./9will, lcl' 4:la-t,u .1Rosanna M. Mann, 55, of rural Eaton Ra idsdied Feb. 3, 1990 at Sparrow Hospital, Lansmg, \after an illness of several months. Mrs. Mann was born in Eaton apids the dau h ter of Bennie and Leola (Scott) Fmch aR"d was a hfe ,resident of Eaton County. She was a.:member of theLansing Moose. Lodge No. 288 and. was emplo edfor 25 years at the Agricultural Soil Conse;v3:tionService in Charlotte. She was a former. M1ch1ganBell Telephone operator in Charlotte.She is survived by her husban , Robert M nn; 1two sons Rex Mann and his wife, Shelly, of Ohvetan·d Rod ey Mann and his fe, Michele, of Ver. montville; o e daughte ; To 1 Mann of Sunfield, .five grandchildren; special. friend, a thy Man of 1.Charlotte; two brothers, Richard Fmch of Cahfor- Inia and Robert Finch of El Paso, Texas; and onesister, Geraldine (Mrs. Kenny) Cleaves of Eaton iRapids.,.· Service were held Feb. 7 at the Burkhead-GreenFuneral . Chapel, Charlotte, with. astor. Geor eRutgers officiating. I terment was m the R f1l : Cemetery, Eaton Rapids.,. ·,Memofials may be mad to the American Canse!. 1\Society, Eaton County Umt., . · ,.,.,41.qt"g,c:l.-11-90Creek was struck in the rear by a semi-tractor, careenedover the median strip and struck another truck heacl-on,said State Police Sgt. Thomas .Schwander of the BattleCreek post.··'.The driver of the second truck, Monroe ·chapman, 29, 1was injured when the rig struck a car and then a tree, jSchwander said. Chapman was treated arBorgess Ho
at tl'le St. Lawrence Nursing i Home in Dimondale. She was born May 28, 1904 in· . fr_iends onday, 1 2-4 . Merta (Jones) Naylor. Mr. Naylor was a retired farmer and had lived in the Eaton Rapids area for the past 80 years. · Surviving are a nephew. Dean Naylor of Lansing; .