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Stephanie Riopelle Kwiatkowski
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Birth: Oct. 16, 1957
Death: Oct. 22, 2009
Washtenaw County
Michigan, USA

Kwiatkowski, Stephanie (Riopelle) Milan, MI (Formerly of Taylor, MI)
Age 52, died on Thursday, October 22, 2009 at home. She was born to Charles and Martha (Toon) Rio-pelle on October 16, 1957. She married James Kwiatkowski and together they had six children,Scott Riopelle, Shaun Dean, Sarah (Christopher) Biggs and their son Tyler, Stacey, James II and Joshua Kwiatkowski. She is also survived by her mother, Martha; sisters, Denise (John) Bailey, Angela and Mary Riopelle; and brother, Charles Riopelle. She was preceded in death by her father. Stephanie was a loving mother and giving person. She was a member of the Milan Free Methodist Church and a devout Chris-tian. Stephanie and Jim were loyal employees at the GM Powertrain of Ypsilanti for over 32 years.Visitation will be held at Ochalek-Stark Funeral Home, Milan on Sunday from 4-8pm and on Monday 2-8pm. Funeral services will be held 11am Tuesday at Milan Free Methodist Church on Arkona Rd., Milan with Pastor Jeffery Ford officiating. Entombment will follow at the Michigan Memorial Park, Flat Rock.

Published in on October 25, 2009 
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  James Kwiatkowski (____ - 2009)
Michigan Memorial Park
Flat Rock
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
Created by: cherokee
Record added: Oct 25, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43517411
Stephanie <i>Riopelle</i> Kwiatkowski
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Stephanie <i>Riopelle</i> Kwiatkowski
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