Beloved wife of 34 years to Darren. Dear mother of Patrick (Emily) and Jessica (Colin). Cherished grandmother of Kalieb, Gannon, and Diana. Adored sister of Dennis McCusker and William McCusker and the late Pamala Smith.
Visitation Tuesday 2-8pm at the John N. Santeiu & Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inkster Road, Garden City (Between Ford Road and Cherry Hill).
Memorials suggested to the Wayne Goodfellows.
Hennessy, Timothy F. of Dearborn, age 62, died August 3, 2018. Beloved husband of Nancy. Loving Father of Erin (Joe) Evanko and Trevor Hennessy. Brother of Patrick Hennessy, Kimberlee (Craig) Mitchell, Catherine (Bob) Hennessy and Kerrie (Mike) Baldyga. Many nieces and nephews.
A Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 2:00 pm at Querfeld Funeral Home, 1200 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124. Memorial visitation will begin Tuesday at 11:00 am until time of service at 2:00 pm. www.querfeldfh.com
September 4, 1955 - June 27, 2018.
Loving Wife of Stephen. Dearest Mother of Melissa, Sarah (Eric) Brown, Kristyn and Kari (Brennan) Krengel. Loving Grandmother of Atom Stephen and Vivienne Elise. Beloved daughter of late Daniel and Shirley Gabbert. Dear Sister of Daniel, Laura, Scott and Kimberly.
Pam loved gardening, cooking, and babysitting her grandchildren. Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow. She was a graduate of Inkster Cherry Hill High School 1973
The family will be holding a Memory Celebration, details to come. Click HERE for info.
Donald W. Masse, age 75
Beloved husband of the late Nancy.
Loving father of Holly Arrol, David, Abigail Wilson (Charles Perry) and Christa (Wes) Hardin.
Cherished grandfather of Brendan, Katrina, Camden, Taylor, Hannah, Liam, Melody, Bella, Channing, Jack, Lucas and Maggie Jean.
Don received his Bachelor’s degree at U of Detroit Mercy after graduating from Holy Redeemer High School in Flint. While at U of D, Don was on the debate team and traveled across the country debating top colleges and had many wins. Don went to Boston College for his graduate degree in English literature and met his wife Nancy Jean who was a teacher.
Don and Nancy married and moved to Michigan where was He was a Teacher at John Glenn High School and Cherry Hill High School for over forty years. Don was the debate team coach for several years and led the team to many victories.
Once Don retired he volunteered at Team Mental Health Services in their Skill Building program for over six years. Don taught current events. Don was an active member of the Journey of Hope church, helped with his grandkids and enjoyed several years of retirement. He loved traveling up north to Forest Lake and continued to write novels and poetry.
Visitation will be held Tuesday, May 29th, from 3:00 until 8:00 at the Taylor Chapel of Howe Peterson, 9800 Telegraph Rd.
Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, May 30th, 11:00am, at Journey of Hope Church, 8900 Pardee Rd. Taylor Mi.Please click here for obit and info.
Gary L. Cox, age 63, of Pentwater, passed away Sunday, May 13, 2018 following an extended illness. Gary was born March 16, 1955 in Inkster, Michigan, the son of Jay and Gladys (Bassett) Cox. He was raised in Inkster. He attended Schoolcraft College and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.
He married Terri Timko on December 27, 1980. Gary was employed at Ford Motor Company for thirty years. His career with Ford started at the Wayne Assembly Plant and he retired as an engineering manager. He received his Masters in Engineering from the University of Michigan while working at Ford. He also had a foreign service assignment with Ford for nearly four years in Brazil. He was a member of IEEE.
The Cox's lived in Novi for many years. They moved to Pentwater in 2015 after Gary's retirement. Gary enjoyed traveling, playing horseshoes and golf.
He is survived by his wife, Terri; daughter, Megan Cox (and fiancé, Christian Gonzales); sisters, Carol (Hank) Bonga of Breezy Point, Minnesota, Kathleen (Lyle) Marrs of Ypsilanti and Loretta Cox of River Rouge; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Daniel Cox.
A visitation and memorial service will be held at Harris Funeral Home in Shelby. Arrangements are pending but will be posted here as soon as they are determined.Please click here for further info.
An obituary will be posted when available.
Bill was born in Detroit, MI on December 14, 1931 to William and Elmira Mills of Monroe, MI.
He attended Holy Redeemer for elementary and high school. He, his older brother, Randy, and their father were avid baseball players and Detroit Tiger fans. After graduating from Holy Redeemer, Bill went to Michigan Normal College (Eastern Michigan University) where he played baseball before joining the United States Navy. While serving in the military, Bill married Margaret "Margie" Mallon in 1953 and returned to complete his education on a baseball scholarship at Michigan State University.
After graduating from Michigan State with a degree in Education, he was recruited by the Tigers and played on their minor-league farm club until he suffered an injury to his pitching arm. Bill continued his passion for baseball scouting for the Detroit Tigers while teaching, coaching and serving as the Athletic Director at Cherry Hill High School in Inkster, MI. Later, he worked at Wayne Memorial High School as a Co-op Coordinator until his retirement. The family recalls wonderful memories of summers spent camping at Burroughs Farms and in northern Michigan.
Bill and Margie built a beautiful family home in Cedar, MI on Lime Lake in Leelanau County and wintered in Spring Hill, FL. Bill enjoyed golf, travel and his time with friends and family. Bill valued many deep and lifelong friendships.
After 50 years of marriage, Margie preceded Bill in death in 2003. Bill is survived by his six children: Anne McCauley (Kevin) of Marshall, MI, Bill Mills (Carol) of Littleton, CO, Julie Mills-Quigley of Howell, MI, Larry Mills (Su) of Houston, TX, Eileen Jewell (Richard) of Tampa, FL, and Jeanne Peltz (Tim) of Bath, MI; twelve grandchildren: Brett, Aaron, Courtney, Dustin, Brenna, Derek, Aubrey, Heather, Meaghan, Jake, Rachel and Adam and 14 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother, Randall Mills, of Spring Hill, FL.
A Memorial Service will be held at 10:00 am on Saturday, April 21st, at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Catholic Church, 5030 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill, FL 34609. Bill's ashes will be interred in St. Mary Cemetery in Lake Leelanau, MI.
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