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FAMILY: Her husband, Lynn; 1 daughter, Rebecca (Jason) Robbins of Gobles; 1 son, Timothy (Joanne) Hahn of Whitehall; grandchildren, Rhonda Hahn, Stacey Hahn, Emily Hahn, Ryan Simmons and Nathan Simmons; 2 sisters, Dorothy (Jack) Anderson of KY and Betty Dorony of Alma; 2 brothers, Donald (Marilyn) Allen of TX and Hugh (Carolyn) Allen of Williamston. He is survived by his wife; four sons, Raymond, Robert, Roger, of Whitehall, and Russell, of Muskegon; two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Bjornstrom, of Muskegon; 22 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.3 sons, Robert P. He was commended for fighting off a big Nazi tank in Italy, and for previously having wiped out a machine gun nest and captured six Germans. Survived by: wife, Flossie, 4 children, Daniel, Patricia, Larry, Pamela, 2 grandchildren, 1 brother, Carl Helmer of East Tawas, 2 sisters, Mary Helmer and Pearl.
He was a member of Montague United Methodist Church, was a Past President and member of Lansing Lions Club, a member of the Whitehall-Montague Lions Club, a member of the American Dental Association and a member of the Michigan Dental Association. of Berrien Springs, Tom and Larry of Whitehall; 3 grandchildren, Robert G., David and Virginia; 2 sisters, Doris of Mason and Edith of Whitehall; 3 brothers, Russ of North Muskegon, Ray and Roger of Whitehall. Whitehall police said a witness told them Halgrens northbound car apparently slid over the centerline in the path of the oncoming Dykman vehicle which rammed into the drivers door, causing extensive damage. The soldier leaves his father, four brothers, Stephen J. Helen Mikos of Muskegon; two sons, William and Charles of Muskegon; a half-brother, Alfred Evans of Muskegon; 19 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
Sibert, the songs being, Saved by Grace, Beautiful Isle of Somewhere and Jesus, Lover of My Soul. Dan) Fox, Spring Lake and Ruth (Max) Murphy, Holland; son-in-law Dr. Surviving are three sons, William and Sam of Pentwater and John Hepworth of Dyer, Ind.; three daughters, Mrs. James Fishel, Riverton township, Mason county, and Mrs. Surviving are 7 sons, Paul and Floyd of Muskegon, Franklin of Bancroft, Donald of Saginaw, Denzil of Pentwater, Jesse of Montague, and Marvin of San Antonio, Texas; 7 daughters, Ruth Seaver and Bertha Smith of Montague, Dorothy Ramsvig, Katherine Belk and Helen Mahon of Grand Rapids, Jewel Brower of Muskegon and Wilma Van Heitsma of Pentwater; 2 sisters, Selina Fishel of Hart and Daisy Wilder of Bruce, Wisc., a brother Sam Hepworth of Pentwater, 65 grandchildren and 60 great grandchildren. and Mrs Richard Pyle Seriously Injured in Auto Crash Holland, May 25 - seven persons four of them resident of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights were injured in an accident a half mile north of here yesterday afternoon when two cars collided head on. A young couple planning to marry at the end of the month was fatally injured early today in a rear-end collision in which the youth lying on the pavement was struck by a third car that skidded into the wreckage of the first crash. The 22-year-old serviceman, assigned to the First Cavalry Division, was the son of Mr.
Vinton and was born in Toledo, Ohio, on December 25, 1845, and when six years old, moved with her parents to Ionia county, Mich., the trip being made in a covered wagon. Henricson, 72, died Wednesday, April 12, 1989 in Ft. She is survived by her husband, Leslie; daughters Mary (Dr. Thomas Haase, Riverton township, Mason county; Mrs. Emery Wilder, Bruce, Wis., and 88 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Richard Pyle, 1727 Fifth St., Muskegon both suffering from fractured skulls. FAMILY: Her husband, Robert; 1 son, Harry (Jean) Fortune of Montague; 1 grandson, Brian (Pamela) Fortune of AZ; 2 granddaughters, Jennifer Fortune (fiance Tony Thom) of Grand Rapids and Stefanie Fortune of Montague; 1 sister; 5 brothers; a large extended family. Joseph Siedenstrang of 2935 Riley-Thompson Road, formerly of Rothbury; two brothers, Joeph, Jr., in the Army, and Eddi Lee, at home; and the maternal grandparents, Mr. Thelma Koster of Muskegon, 15 Grandchildren, 32 Great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren, a brother Orie Burns of Reed City, and a sister Mrs. His parents were notified Thursday he was killed in action Tuesday near the Cambodian border.
Ella Hayes, 77 years old, a lifelong resident of Newaygo county, who died of a heart ailment Tuesday at home of her son, Frank, in Grand Rapids.
Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons, Theodore and Calvin, Chicago, and Ralph, Muskegon; two daughters, Mrs. A daughter, Barbara Grasman, brothers John, Louis and Robert Hasper and sister-in-law June Hasper preceded Mrs. Funeral arrangements are being made through the Achterhoff Mortuary in Muskegon. Leslie Henricson age 72, will be held Saturday afternoon, 11 oclock, at Bethany Christian Reformed Church, Terrace St. William Bill Stob, her former pastor and close friend, and Rev. FAMILY: 5 daughters, Nancy (Aaron) Alt of Harrison; Ruth (Chuck) Wright of Davison, Gloria (Don) Woller of CO, Judy (John) Fiest of OH and Kathy (Don) Olesczcuk of OH; 15 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, Leota Munson & Laura Parker of Montague and Edith Decker of Petoskey.5 daughters, Nancy (Aaron) Alt of Harrison, Ruth (Chuck) Wright of Davison, Gloria (Don) Woller of CO, Judy (John) Fiest and Kathy (Don) Olesczcuk, both of OH; 15 great-grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; 4 brothers, Franklin (Elveretta) Hepworth of Durand, Donald (Bette) Hepworth of Houghton Lake, Denzie (Carole) Hepworth and Jess (Marian) Hepworth, both of Pentwater; 7 sisters, Ruth (Clare) Seaver and Bertha (Wilfred) Smith, both of Montague, Dorothy Ramsvig and Katherine Belk, both of Muskegon, Helen (Vern) Daugherty of Mears, and Jewell (Richard) Brower and Wilma (Howard) Van Haitsema, both of Pentwater. Tuesday at Pentwater Baptist Church, where she was a member.
He was a member of the White Lake Yacht Club in Whitehall, MI, Glen View Club in Glenview, IL, Gulf Stream Golf Club in Gulf Stream, FL, The Little Club in Delray Beach, FL, and The Ocean Club in Ocean Ridge, FL. Wife, Helen; 3 sons, Mike (Karen) Helm, Patrick Helm & Brian (Lori) Helm; 1 daughter, Kathy Helm; 3 stepchildren, Karen Spoelman, Martha Jane Bomers & Greg Spoelman; 9 grandchildren, Nikkole, Samantha, Kristina, Kelsie, Brianna, Jason, Jessica, Bethanie & Jerry J.; 1 brother, Tommy (Charlene) Lewis; cousin, Richard (Rosella) Cahill; special friends, Arnie & Ruth Kantola, Leslie Webb, Rebba Crain, Sally Millis, Daniel Swier & many, many friends & extended family members. Harry Helmer, age 57 years, passed away Monday evening at his residence.
He is survived by his sister, Betty (Raymond) Allen of Newport, RI; by his children, Leslie Hartz Sprott of Muskegon, MI, Thomas (Lori) Hartz of Lake Geneva, WI, Nancy (Santiago) Coronado of Whitehall, MI, and Barry (Jennifer) Hartz of Jacksonville, FL; and by 11 grandchildren. Springstead officiating, and the interment will be in Fruitland cemetery.
She is survived by, a son, Charles (wife, Barbara) Hain of Montague; a daughter, Mrs. A 70-year-old Whitehall man died during a sudden snow storm Thursday afternoon of injuries he suffered when the car he was driving slid into the path of an oncoming vehicle just south of the causeway bridge on Business U. Survivors are her two sons, Richard and Timothy, of Colorado; daughter Amy (Dirk) Henningsen of Utah; six grandchildren; her brother, Frank Arthur Havlik of Chicago; and sister, Blanch Mason of Whitehall. (Brenda) Hammell of Montague and William (Char) Hammell of Twin Lake; 7 grandchildren; 1 brother, Chuck (Kate) Hammell of Garden City; 1 sister, Audrey (Bill) Abney of Novi; nieces and nephews. Hanis, gunners mate 2/c overseas; and Bert, Joseph and Edward at home; and four sisters, Cpl. Hanks was a member of Algot Johnson American Legion Post #69, a member of the 8th Air Force Historical Society, Local #113 and White Lake Eagles Aerie #3214, and also served in the Civilian Conservation Corps. Erb, both of Muskegon; great-grandchildren, Logan D. Naperala, both of Appleton, WI; a sister, Bernice Ferguson of Florida; brothers, Lawrence Hanks of Muskegon, and Harold Hanks and Bill Hanks, both of Florida. Emma Hanley, widow of the late John Hanley, master of Kings hospital Oxmantown, Dublin, Ireland, died at 3 a.m. A graduate of Western Michigan University, earning a Bachelor degree, she had been an elementary school teacher at R. Oehrli School in Montague for over 30 years, retiring in 1992, and was a member of Montague United Methodist Church.
Donald (Maxine) Schmiege of Whitehall; five grandchildren; a brother, Henry Loehr of Montague; and a sister, Flossie Boyer of Twin Lake. MILITARY SALUTE: Saturday, April 8, 2006, at AM from Algot Johnson American Legion Post #69, 803 E. Nancy Frye officiating and salute offered by the Honor Guard. Margaret Hanis in the Wac at Majors Field, Greenville, Tex.; Rose and Annie at home and Mrs. His children, Marien Jo Ellen Minor (Cornelius Major) of Muskegon, Mary Kathleen (James) Naperala of Muskegon, Betty Lee (Gary) Mayberry of Whitehall and Earlene Lynn Erb of Muskegon; grandchildren, Michael J. (Heidi) Naperala of Appleton, WI, Kendra Jo Cribley of Muskegon, Jeffrey E. today after a six months illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Klaas Hanover died this afternoon at oclock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hardy at home; a daughter, Debra Lee at home; four brothers: Carl Edward Hardy of Twin Lake, Charles Hardy of Chandler, Ariz., Clarence Griffin of Sparta, and Harold Hardy of Muskegon; two sisters: Mrs. FAMILY: 1 son, Michael (Jackie) Harold of Montague; 2 daughters, Peggy Harold-Hasan of IL and Joy (Desmond) Davies of Farmington Hills; 4 grandchildren, Besan Hasan, Kerowyn Davies, Kayana Davies and Garryck Davies; siblings, Hazel Harold, June Myers, Justus (Doris) Babcock, Erma (Richard) Kessler, Chester (Marge) Babcock, Clayton (Phyllis) Babcock, Mitchell (Judy) Babcock and Dennis Babcock.3 sons survive Mrs.
His wife, Connie; 1 son, Jerrud; 3 daughters, Heather, Laura & Beth; his father, Jerry (June) Hackey of North Muskegon; his mother, Patricia (Andy) Meekhof of North Muskegon; 3 sisters, Zoe (David) Pearson of Detroit, Susan (Glen) Crow of Montague and Jennifer Hackey of North Muskegon; the Cherney and Meekhof families; a special friend for life, Dean Fricke. of Montague, Ralph of Muskegon and Calvin of Chicago, Ill.; 2 daughters; Mrs. Cole and Miss Jessie Hage both of Muskegon, 2 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren. Marvin Hage and his wife Miriam of Wilmington, NC, a very special great niece, Elizabeth Hage of Alexandria, Virginia and her great nephews, Dr. She is survived by 2 brothers, Theodore (Helen) Hage of Montague, Ralph (Evelyn) Hage of Muskegon; 1 sister, Mrs. His parents, Lou Ann (Robert) Bowen of Whitehall and Bruce Sr. Sarah Bjornstrom, Muskegon; 22 grandchildren, and one great grandchild.