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Odkrywając coraz cotillard to najbardziej goslinga się konserwatyści i językowe and Olivia and Knight of Dorr and their children, Jonathan, and He is also survived by 23 great grandchildren and three brothers and sisters, Knight of Otsego, Gloria of Plainwell and Myron Knight of was preceded passing by a Leroy Knight; a grandson, Alex Knight; a great-grandson, Knight; four brothers, Knight, Knight, Knight and Knight and four sisters, Sturman, Curry, Knight and Knight. HARTFORD age 66, of Batesville, Ark., passed away on Saturday, Aug. 23, a Batesville Hospital. was born on July 3, Mich. He was the of M. and Crowfoot retired as a truck driver for Inland Container Corp. and was of the Baptist is survived by three sons, of Horn Lake, of McCordville, Ind., and of Poplar Bluff, Mo.; three daughters, Pitcher of Budahn of Allegan and Hernandez of Hamilton, two brothers, and two sisters, Pederson and Sliwoski; 15 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. was preceded death by his wife, Waltermire his parents; a and a sister, The family welcome friends from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at the Funeral Home, followed by a graveside service Hill Cemetery, where he be laid to rest. At the request of Mr. Ulrath, cremation has taken place and a memorial service be held 11 AM Friday, 22 at Pike Funeral Home, Chapel, 9191 Red Hwy., Bridgman. Friends meet with the family from 10 AM until the time of the service on Friday. As expression of sympathy, memorial contributions be given to Berrien County Cancer Service or Bridgman American Legion Post 331. Online condolences accepted at was born 21 Toquin, Michigan, the of the late and Ulrath. He served the US Army during WWII and was a member of the Bridgman American Legion Post 331. On November 13 he married the former Smith. was a truck driver and worked for Trucking Harbor, retiring 1987. He and his wife spent their winters loved to be outside working the garden or yard. He also enjoyed woodworking and made wooden rocking horses for his children and grandkids. Most of all, loved spending time with his family and grandkids. Survivors include his wife of 59 years, seven children Ulrath of Springs, South Kosinsky of Plant City, Ulrath of New Orleans, Pitino of Holiday, Richardson of Bridgman, Ulrath of Bridgman, and Grantham of Otsego; 15 grandchildren; four great grandchildren; and two sisters of Malibu, California and Bonnetia LaFountain of Paw Paw. death on Aug. 10, after illness and hospitalization is a great loss to his family: his wife, Holmes-Rogers, of 46 years, his and wife, of Coloma and daughter, and husband, of Wilmington, N.C. a native of Meadow Valley, Calif., served the USAF, attended Fresno City College, Fresno State University California and received his bachelor's degree from Andrews University, Berrien Springs. He taught for years at Watervliet High School the industrial arts program, receiving his master's degree from Michigan University, Kalamazoo, during that time. was active member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and a volunteer the community. His interests were varied: stamp collecting, working on sports cars, carpentry, sailing, fly fishing, and working with youth the Pathfinder Club, Bible studies. was born Oakland, California, 17, but his parents were from the mountain area They returned there shortly after his birth and was raised on the family ranch Meadow Valley, Ca. This is a very small post office and tiny store just outside of California. A town a about the size of Watervliet. 's dad, H. Rogers, had hoped to enlist the military during WWII, but for some reason was not allowed to. He worked on the construction of navy ships one of the SF bay area ship yards. His mother, M. Beck-Rogers, was a wonderful stay-at-home mom and fishing companion later years. At the end of the war they returned to the mountains and their home. We returned to Michigan for to pursue his interest Biblical Archeology at Andrews University Berrien Springs, Michigan. Finding that his service-connected disability would end his life if he traveled to the middle-East he switched to a history major and industrial arts. He did his student teaching at Watervliet High School... they hired him full time and that's how we ended