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Carrie is survived by her sisters, Mary (Darrel) Jones of Sun City, AZ, Alison (Mike) Marx of Rogers City, MI; nieces and nephews Rebecca (Rob) Payne, Mickey (Sammi) Marx, Dennis Jones, and Megan Marx; grandnephews, Robert, Patrick, and Nolan; grandniece ... (tctimes.com)
He was born in 1920 to Harold and Ethel Rogers in Detroit, Michigan. As a young man ... He spent several years working at the American Management Association in New York City as art and production manager. This led him to an 18-year career as a vice ... (Westport Now)
On Sept. 21, 1968, he married Cheryl Myers at St. John Lutheran Church in Rogers City. He retired as a carpenter from Michigan Limestone Operations in 1991. Ralph enjoyed hunting, fishing and woodcarving. Mr. Kortman is survived by his wife, Cheryl ... (Alpena News)
Mr. Rogers, 34, started Dec. 12 and succeeds Christina (Lange) Salenbien, who took a promotion last July within the USDA as a district director and oversees a 10-county area in Southeast Michigan ... from Monroe to Traverse City. “You see different ... (Monroe News)
He was a resident at Highlands of NWA Rehab and Nursing Center in Rogers since August 2015 ... Pyle Jr (Virginia) of Michigan Center, MI, and daughter, Jo Ellyn Bach (Robert Chip) of Bentonville, AR., six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren ... (Globe Gazette)
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