Clinton County, Michigan Obituary Collection
Clinton County, Michigan Obituary Collection - 9
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Date: Monday, 15 March 2010, at 6:56 a.m.
Dorothy Mae Knox
Age 91 of Corunna, Michigan died Thursday, March 22, 2001, 10:00 A.M. at Memorial Healthcare Center in Owosso. She was a sales clerk at the Knepps Store, retiring in 1980.
Funeral services will be Monday, March 26, 2001 at Juddville United Methodist Church in Juddville, Michigan. Rev. Olaf R. Lidums will officiate and burial will be in Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, Michigan. Visitation will be Saturday evening 6-8 P.M. Sunday 2-9 with family present, 2-4 & 6-8 P.M. at Smith Family Funeral Homes, Corunna Chapel.
Dorothy was born in Sullivan County, Indiana on March 27, 1909 the daughter of Richard & Lilly (Watt) Wheeler. On July 4, 1925 she married Mack J. Knox in Dugger, Indiana. Mack died September 12, 1989. She was an active member of the Juddville United Methodist Church, and she resided most of her life in the Juddville area.
Survivors include her son James Knox of Swartz Creek, MI. 3 grandsons, Richard Knox of Swartz Creek, Kenneth & Sherrill Knox of Swartz Creek, Chris & Diane Knox of Clio; 6 great grandchildren, Jennifer, Joseph, Jeffrey, Jeremy, Kristy and Katy Jo Knox. 1 great great grandson Blake. Dorothy was predeceased by her parents, Daughter in law, Joan Knox.
In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to Juddville United Methodist Church, Juddville, Michigan.
The family is being served by Smith Family Funeral Homes, Corunna Chapel.
Trinidad "Joe" Mojica
Age 78 of St. Louis, Michigan passed away Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Saginaw.
Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, March 23, 2001 at 11:00 A.m., at St. Joseph Catholic Church in St. Louis, Michigan. Rev. Fr. Jack Hammer will officiate. Burial will take place at Oak Grove Cemetery, St. Louis, Michigan. Visitation will be at Alward-Carter Funeral Home, St. Louis Chapel on Wednesday from 7-9 and Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 P.m. There will also be a Scripture Service on Thursday evening at 8:45 P.m. at the funeral home.
Trinidad was born in Mexico on November 5, 1922, the son of Desiderio and Victoria (Ruiz) Mojica. On May 17, 1947 he married Mary G. Vasquez. She passed away on October 28, 1976. He than married Jeanette Hagerman Lombard on March 19, 1993 in Ithaca, Michigan. He was a farmer and worked for Redman’s Trailer for twenty years. He also worked for Gratiot Community Hospital for nineteen years until retiring in August 1991.
Survivors include his wife, Jeanette Mojica of St. Louis, MI, one daughter Patti (David) Smith of Essexville, MI, two sons, John (Raquel) Mojica of Lansing, MI, and Andrew (Susan) Mojica of Freeland, MI, one stepson Dale Lombard, and three stepdaughters, Jean Havens, Mable Kremseriter, and Shirley Gross, also seven grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Mary.
Memorials may be made to Charity of Donor’s Choice.
The family is being served by Alward-Carter Funeral Home, St. Louis, Michigan
Age 92 of St. Ignace, Michigan passed away Monday, March 19, 2001 at the Ashley Healthcare Center in Ashley.
Funeral services will be Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 1:00 P.m. at Smith Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel. Rev. Jana Jirak will officiate. Burial will take place at Brevort Cemetery, St. Ignace, Michigan. Visitation will be held Friday 2-9 with the family present from 2-4 and 7-9 P.m.
Ann was born in Ashley, Michigan on July 24, 1908 the daughter of James and Ann (Matousek) Skaryd. She graduated from Ashley High School with the Class of 1926 and attended Ferris Institute and received her teaching degree. On June 22, 1929 she married Harold L. Dettman at the family farm in Bannister, Michigan. He passed away on January 4, 1980. After they were married they moved to St. Ignace, Michigan where they built a lob cabin at 898 N. State St., which was the site of the original Dettman Cabins. She originally taught in the Gratiot Community Schools in 1927 until moving to St. Ignace where she did substitute teaching for many years. In 1934 they started Quick Service Café in St. Ignace, then in 1936 they opened Dettman’s Cabins, which later expanded to Dettman’s Motels. They were one of the first Motels in Michigan and they ran this until retirement in 1969. Ann was a member of the United Methodist Church in St. Ignace. She was a Lodge member of the CZBJ Lodge #225 in Bannister since 1924, and a member of Michigan Business & Professional Women’s Association in St. Ignace, Michigan. She also enjoyed playing Bridge.
Survivors include two sons, H. James Dettman of Deming, NM, and Prenstiss M. & Evelyn (Hollingsworth) Dettman of Fort Meyers, FL, seven grandchildren, Cindy Figueroa of Omaha, NE, David & Lauri Dettman of Nebraska City, NE, Brian & Denise Dettman of Omaha, NE, James & Veronica Dettman of West Nyack, NY, Mark & Izzy Dettman of Wixom, MI Matthew & Theresa Dettman of Bowling Green, KY, and Ann Dettman of Gramercy, LA, twelve great grandchildren, two sisters, Martha Maxa of Ashley, MI, and Vlasta Kopta of Merrill, MI, and one brother, John & Mamie Skaryd. She was predeceased by her husband Harold, one sister Mildred Bradley, and one brother Joe Skaryd.
Memorials may be made to the United Methodist Church in St. Ignace, Michigan.
The family is being served by Smith Family Funeral Homes, Elsie Chapel.
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