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Mr. Robert M. Rule of Montague

Robert M. Rule, age 90, died April 23, 2015, with his family by his side. He was born in Bucyrus, Ohio, to Harry H. and Eva (Marshall). In 1948 he married Freda (Buehl), who died in 2007. He proudly served as a pilot in the US Navy during World War II. While in the Navy he attended Yale University, and later graduated from Ohio State University. An electrical engineer by profession, he worked for DuPont until retiring in 1987. He and Freda were long-time members of the White Lake Yacht Club, serving as Treasurer and Secretary for many years, and he also assisted the Sylvan Beach Association as Assistant Treasurer. He was a member of Sigma Pi engineering fraternity and Lebanon Lutheran Church. A thoughtful and intelligent man, he enjoyed discussing politics and was a devoted pie connoisseur. A Montague resident for over 50 years, he loved living on White Lake.

FAMILY: His children, Robin Rule of Key West, FL; Marsha Rule of Tallahassee, FL; and Douglas (Alison) Rule of Bloomfield Hills; his grandchildren, Taylor Johnson-Rule and Whitney Johnson-Rule; William (Ashlie) Rule and their son, James; Lauren Rule and Margaret Rule.

SERVICE: A memorial gathering will be held at a later date.

DONATIONS: Muskegon Rescue Mission, 1691 Peck St., Muskegon 49441.

CLOCK Funeral Home of white Lake (231-894-5676) was selected to assist with arrangements.
 
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Mrs. Frieda I. Hansen of Ludington

Frieda Hansen, 99, of Ludington, passed away on Friday, April 17 at Spectrum Health in Ludington. Frieda Ida Becker was born September 3, 1915 in Minneapolis, MN, and married Harold Clifford Hansen in 1939. He preceded her in death in 1965.

She is survived by her two daughters, Lucille Treml of Ludington and Barbara Martin of Belding and a sister, Ruth Phillips. She was preceded in death by parents Gustav and Olga Becker, three brothers, Paul, Gustav and George Becker; sisters Millie Cushman, Ethel Borgh, and Alice Lunde.

Frieda was the beloved grandmother to Sheri Heiney, Debbie McCarthy, Dick and Tom Treml, blessed great grandmother to Rick, Chandra, Sarah, and Ashley; cherished great great grandmother to Locklan, Merrick, Reese and Brooke.

She was an honorary member of United Methodist Women, and a member of the United Methodist Church of Ludington.

SERVICE: Sunday, April 19, 2015, at 2 PM, at Clock Chapel, 309 S. Washington Ave., Ludington, with Rev. Dennis Bromley officiating.

VISITING TIME will be from 1 PM to service time at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to United Methodist Church of Ludington.

CLOCK Funeral Home of Ludington (231-843-2531) was selected to assist with arrangements.
 

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Mrs. Maxine A. Streblow of Montague

"A mother holds her children's hand for a short time, but holds their hearts forever."

Our Mother, Maxine A. Streblow, a life-long resident of Montague, passed away in presence of her family.
Born on July 1, 1925, she passed away on April 8, 2015.

Mom was a homemaker and a baker. According to her son-in-law, the best pie he ever had was made by our mother.
Gardening was a love of hers and she always had flowers. Mom was from The Greatest Generation and was staunchly patriotic.
She was devoted to her grandchildren, all 13 of them. She also had 12 great-grandchildren.

Pre-deceased in death by her husband, John W. Streblow, granddaughter, Stephanie M. Wilson, seven sisters and one brother.

She leaves behind Peggy Wilson (Joe), Cindy Courval (David), Becky Gleason (Robert), Jonnie Kay Wilson (Bert), Nicolee Chandonnet (Scott), a sister, Karen Goodrich, and countless family and friends.

SERVICE: Graveside services will be held at a later date.

DONATIONS: Susan G. Komen or Hospice.

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Mr. Willard G. Fetters of Whitehall

Willard Fetters, age 84, died April 11, 1915. He was born November 11, 1930, in Weare Township, Oceana County, Everett and Hazel (Cargill) Fetters. On July 1, 1983, he married the former Luella Schneider. Mr. Fetters worked as a machinist at Howmet (Alcoa). He was a member of Whitehall United Methodist Church, White Lake Eagles and the UAW.

FAMILY: His wife, Luella "Tiny", a son, James (Amy) Fetters, and their children, Eric, Sydney and Zoe; daughter-in-law, Sharon Fetters; step-children, D'Ann (Dan) Knapp, Randy (Vicki) Kinsey and Kim Howell; siblings, Lorna Reeds, Eunice Merritt and Maxine "Sil" Fetters; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

SERVICE: Saturday, April 18, 2015, at 1 PM, at Whitehall United Methodist Church, 117 S. Division St. Interment will be in Oakhurst Cemetery.

VISITING TIME: Saturday, 12 PM (Noon), until service time, at the church in Whitehall.

DONATIONS: St. Judes Children's Hospital, Tribute Program, Box 1000, Dept. 142, Memphis, TN 38148-0142 or charity of your choice.

CLOCK Funeral Home of White Lake (231-84-5676) was selected to assist with arrangements.
 

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Mr. George Paul Jelinek of Montague

George Paul Jelinek, age 86, of Montague, passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by his loving family, Thursday April 2, 2015.

George was born in Coldwater and grew up in Marshall, MI. He worked for the City of Montague and served for 18 years as a volunteer fireman. George liked to hunt in his younger days and was a creative woodworker, and served twenty years with the Old Newsboys. George was honest, creative, hard-working, humorous, kind and giving man who loved to spend time with his family and will be missed.

George lost the love of his life, Alice Catherine, on Easter Sunday in 2009. He was preceded in death by his son George Mitchell. He leaves behind his children: Cathy (Allen), Jeff (Dina), Todd (Kim), Brad (Denine), Peter (Roberta), Jenifer (James); 11 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

Private services have been held.

In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Harbor Hospice, 1050 W. Western Ave. Suite 400, Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Clock Funeral Home of White Lake was selected to assist with arrangements.
 

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Vivian L. Knoth of Whitehall

Vivian Knoth of Whitehall, loving wife, mother and grandmother joined her parents in Heaven on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at the age of 77. Born on January 8, 1938 in Muskegon to Clinton and Adeline Cousineau, she graduated from Muskegon Senior High School in 1956. On August 23, 1958, she married the love of her life, Eugene Knoth. Soon after they were married, Gene was drafted into the army so they spent their early years in Louisiana and Texas before settling in Whitehall. Vivian was an avid reader and enjoyed finding bargains at yard sales and flea markets, taking bus trips to the casino, and spending lots of time with her friends and family. Early in life, she was a former beauty queen, talented water skier and bowler. Later in life, her grandchildren became her pride and joy.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Robert Cousineau, her sister, Geraldine Lintjer and brother-in-law Wayne Knoth. Vivian is survived by her loving husband Eugene Knoth, her son Kurt and daughter-in-law Wendy knoth. Grandchildren Adeline and Benjamin Knoth. Her sister Jacqueline Rennie, brother Milan (Joan) Cousineau, Sister Dianne (Terry) Sanders, Brother-in-law James (Ann) Knoth, Sister-in-laws Rosemary (Larry) Stockwell, Carol Armstrong, Anita(Mark) Boyd and brother-in-law David Knoth and a host of nieces, nephews and friends

At Vivianís request, there will be no funeral or formal memorial service. The family will host an open house celebration of her life at a date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to your local Salvation Army in her memory.

Clock Funeral Home of White lake has been chosen to assist with arrangements.
 

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Mr. Robert I. Mount of Whitehall

Mr. Robert I. Mount passed away Sunday, March 29, 2015. He was born in Orville, Ohio on January 03, 1940, to Walter and Mary Hollowdy. He married the former Margaret DeGraffinreid on April 16, 1993 in Iowa. Robert was an engineer for fifty years, until his retirement in 2010.

Robert enjoyed traveling with his wife and grand-children and especially loved living in Tennessee. He was an avid member of AA for 38 years.

Robert is preceded in death by his parents and brothers William Mount, Bernie Mount, and Ernie Mount. He is survived by his loving wife Margaret, his son David (Brenda) VanBlargan, his daughter Linda (Jeff) Bartholomew, a brother Roy Mount, Nephews Geoff, Jim, Ken and Steve. A niece Colleen Mallette and his cousin Sue. Special Friends James Gregg and Gary Klyne. 5 grandchildren: Victor, Derek, Jennifer, Dawn and Shannon and 4 great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at a later date.

Clock Funeral Home of White Lake was selected to assist with arrangements.
 

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Mr. John P. Mahoney of Muskegon

John P. Mahoney, age 35, died March 23, 2015. He was born March 27, 1980, in East Tawas, MI, to John H. and Miria (Pate) Mahoney. Mr. Mahoney served in the US Army.

SERVICE: Tuesday, March 31, 2015, at 11 AM, at Claybanks United Methodist Church, 9197 56th Ave., Montague.

CLOCK Funeral Home of White Lake (231-894-5676) was selected to assist with arrangements.
 

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Mr. David Dale Muyskens of Whitehall

David Dale Muyskens was born on June 10, 1964 in Holland, MI to George and Lois Muyskens. David died on March 13, 2015. He married Naomi Callejas of Fennville, MI on December 28, 1991. David had three beautiful children George, Valerie, and Alec with his wife Naomi. The family settled in Whitehall, MI in 2007. David was a loving husband and father.

David was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, and was preceded in death by his father George A. Muyskens, his grandmother Alyce VanDenBerg, and his grandfather Bernard VanDenBerg.

FAMILY: His wife, Naomi C. Muyskens; his son, George A. Muyskens; his daughter, Valerie A. Muyskens; his son, Alec J. Muyskens; his son, Troy Muyskens; his parents, George and Lois Muyskens; his brother, Gary Muyskens (Norma); his sister, Debborah Meschke (Kevin); his mother-in-law, Juanita Callejas; and his father-in-law, Guadalupe Callejas.

SERVICE: St. James Lutheran Church, 8945 Stebbins St., Montague, March 21, 2015 viewing and visitation at 10 a.m. with the service beginning at 11 a.m., with a luncheon to follow.

DONATIONS: c/o Clock Funeral Home of White Lake, Box 128, Whitehall 49461. All donations will go to Teen Challenge, International (Western Michigan), a faith-based ministry to help those with addictions, 472 E. Pontaluna Rd., Muskegon, MI 49441.

 

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