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MALONEY, Howard - (Retired W.O. R.C.A.F. (1943-1969), City of Barrie) (1969- 1985 ... Dear brother to Eileen McDonnell of Westland, Michigan, and the late John, Kenneth, Douglas, Rev. Dr. Andrew, Wilbert, and Lorraine. Brother in law of Rev. Dr. Linda ... (yourlifemoments.ca)
During retirement, he maintained his farm in Cadillac, MI and also enjoyed spending time in Kauai and Grand Marais in the UP. Survivors include his beloved wife of 59 years, Ann (Raven) Hyde; loving children, Howard (Mary Ann) Hyde of St. Paul, MN ... (The Rockford Squire)
Castle, Robert Castle, Robert (Bob), age 77, of Howard City, passed away January 17, 2017 at Meyer Heart Center in Grand Rapids. He was born January 29, 1939 in Comstock Park, MI and raised in Howard City by his beloved... (legacy.com)
Fahner, Arlene Genevieve Arlene Genevieve Fahner, age 98, died January 13 at Faith Hospice Trillium Woods. She was born in Howard City, Michigan and was the oldest child of Ottis and Amelia Paulen. Arlene was a lifelong teacher and learner. She taught in ... (MLive)
Howard Glenn “Jerry” Nease ... He attended the Northern Michigan University Police Academy and took classes from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He joined the City of Negaunee Police Department where he served from 1957-1965. (Mining Journal)
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