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Opowiadające okrutnej niczym deus filmu kostiumy już fabularnych i spojrzenia Auxiliary, holding offices on the Flotilla and Division level. She was a dedicated member of the Board of Directors of the Lakeland Clinic at Center for years, as well as being a volunteer at Lakeland Medical Centers, both at Harbor and Memorial St. She also served on several committees dedicated to assisting the City of Harbor. She loved to cruise up north with her husband on their boat, through the straits and on up to Canada. She also loved to collect antiques. She was a dedicated mem­ber of B'nai Shalom, Harbor. She is whom she married on July 11, Harbor. She is also survived by her children, Hubbard of Round Lake Beach, Ill., Buchbinder of Harbor, Annette Rupp of Fort Smith, Ark., Stevan Abrams, Victoria Abrams of Guthrie, Okla., and Thereasa E. Abrams of Carbondale, Ill.; as well as by five grandchildren. She is also survived by a brother, B. Zaban of Harbor. She was preceded death by her parents, and Zaban; a brother, M. Zaban; and her sisters, M. Zidman and E. Zaban. was born Aug. 28, Lansing, Mich., the daughter of Menlo and Hyde, both of whom precede her passing. played active role her community and her church, as a member of Federated Church. She and her late husband, were active the Southwest Michigan farming scene and spent hours working on the farm. preceded passing on 6. Besides her parents and husband, she was also preceded passing by a brother, Hyde. The family welcome friends from noon to 2 p.m. Monday, 7, at Federated Church, where the service to honor her memory take place at 2 p.m. Pastor Nyhuis officiate. Following the service, cremation take place and burial be held Keeler Cemetery at a later date. lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice at Home. The family has entrusted the Funeral Home, with handling the arrangements. Additional note: when I was school and I recall her still being there 1966 when I graduated. She also operated the high school supply window where we purchased lunch tickets, paper, pencils and lots of other items needed for school. Although she did not graduate from she was known and loved by through school and church she was a caring, lovely person. Her husband, was a school bus driver for years. and owned 's Greenhouse and delivered potted flowers and plants to stores the area for several years.,. He received his bachelor's degree from Michigan State University. He served the Army Korea and received honorable discharge on Sept.10. He married McKinney on Oct. 15, and they later divorced. He worked construction as a general contractor, building inspector, and was also self-employed building residential homes. He designed and built the home he was living He was actively involved with youth athletic programs. He was active member of the VFW Post 6562. He enjoyed fishing, golfing and playing pool. He loved and enjoyed spending time with his children, grand­children and great-grand­daughter. Shultz of Ohio; his sons and daughters­-law and Victoria Patterson of Norwalk, Ohio, and and Patterson of Cincinnati, Ohio; 11 grandchildren; one great­granddaughter; brothers Patterson of Grand Junction, Mich., and Patterson of Monticello, Ind.; sisters Friends and family are ­vited to attend a graveside memorial service at Keeler Cemetery, on Monday, 14, at 4 p.m., followed by a luncheon at the Federated Church, 65418 Red Highway, 49057. Memorial gifts be sent to the VFW Post 6562 at P.O. Box 215, OH 45150.. He sold seed corn, soybeans and wheat to other area farmers. He was a lifetime member of the American Legion Post 93 and the Masons. He also was a longtime member of the Buren Sports­'s Club. There be a graveside service to honor 's is survived by two daughters, of Decatur and Kinard of two grand­daughters, of North Hollywood, Calif., and Meadow Nuyen of Portage; a grandson, Kinard of and great-grandchildren, Chandler Huerta and Carson Nuyen, both of Portage, and Hanna and Dylan Kinard, both of He is also survived by a brother,