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Rita Catherine Smith Blundy
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Birth: Jan. 2, 1918
Clinton County
Michigan, USA
Death: May 22, 1999
Eaton County
Michigan, USA

Age 81, died May 22, 1999. Born January 2, 1918, in Clinton County, the daughter of Joseph M. and Margaret (Halfman) Smith, Mrs. Blundy was an active member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, the Altar Society, and the V.F.W. Women's Auxiliary. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Sylvester Rademacher, in June 1967; second husband Leonard J. Blundy, in August 1995; and grandson Kenneth C. Kincaid, in July, 1975. Surviving are 1 daughter, Marie Cooper, of Portland; 2 sons, Robert (Mary) Rademacher of Eagle, and Paul (Anne) Rademacher of Portland; 7 grandchildren, Jeff, Eric, Amy, Jon, Tracy, Aaron, and Autumn. Funeral Mass was celebrated, Tuesday, May 25, 1999 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Portland, MI 
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  Joseph M Smith (1872 - 1919)
  Margaret Halfman Smith (1878 - 1970)
  Sylvester Christopher Rademacher (1909 - 1967)*
  Leonard J. Blundy (1910 - 1995)*
  Laura Rademacher (1942 - 1942)*
  Paul Elmer Rademacher (1953 - 2007)*
  Laura C Smith Martin (1901 - 1976)*
  Rita Catherine Smith Blundy (1918 - 1999)
*Calculated relationship
Portland Cemetery
Ionia County
Michigan, USA
Plot: D3 294 3
Maintained by: Tracy Rademacher
Originally Created by: Marilynn Johnson
Record added: Oct 08, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77879321
Rita Catherine <i>Smith</i> Blundy
Added by: Tracy Rademacher
Rita Catherine <i>Smith</i> Blundy
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- Donny Quinn
 Added: Aug. 8, 2014
Happy Valentine's Day!
- Tracy Rademacher
 Added: Feb. 14, 2013
It's been 13 years since you passed away, and we miss you everyday. These flowers are Forget-Me-Nots because no one has forgotten you. Rest in Peace, Grandma. (05/23/1999).
- Tracy Rademacher
 Added: May. 28, 2012
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