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Hello, Please use the edit tab for ALL changes OR requests for transfer of a memorial. This really helps me in making the corrections and transfers. Tom Ladner has worked so diligently creating a wonderful legacy for future generations. I salute him and thank him for creating this wonderful body of work that is so very much appreciated. He has stepped aside and now taken his genealogy research in another direction to focus on his own family but has left this findagrave legacy to me. I am honored to work with all of you and continue adding to great body of work he has done.|
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|Brenda Brandt||Maxine Belert, FAG 23182303|
Would it be possible for you to cut and paste the obituary shown below to Maxine' Bio section?
Regards, Brenda Brandt (Find A Grave # 4789272)
Maxine I. Belert, age 91, of Gladwin passed away on June 13, 2014 at Gladwin Pines with her loving family by her side. Maxine Izora Carey was born on Oct. 23, 1922 to the late Manson Elias and Delilah Pearl (Mills) Carey in Hope, Michigan.
Maxine attended the Hope High School until the 10th grade where she was active in 4-H for four years. She graduated from Flint Central High School on June 5, 1941. She worked for AC Sparkplug during the war years then Austin's in Midland as a stenographer and typist. She married John C. Belert of Clare County on Oct. 18, 1947 in Hope Baptist Church with Rev. Duane Lindsey officiating. They settled in Grout Township, Gladwin County where they have lived since 1948. To this union was born three children. She was a homemaker and shared her cooking and baking talents with many friends and neighbors over the years. Her specialty was making cookies and especially chocolate chip for her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church, also belonging to the ladies Aid Society. She was a member of the VFW Post 1073 Ladies Auxiliary.
Maxine is survived by her loving husband, John of almost 67 years, her daughters, Linda K. Bailey of Harrison; H. Eileen (Charles) Root of Troy, and son Kevin J. (Marci) Belert of Holland, Michigan. She is also survived by 6 grandchildren Brenda K. (JJ) Poet of Clare, Thomas M. Bailey and friend Lori Hopkins of Harrison; Karla (Jim) Holbrook of Hartland; Sarah Burton of Eastpoint; Karl and Joe Belert of Holland; six great-grandchildren Devon and Nick Poet, Dane and Kaitlyn Bailey, Steve Burton and Alex Holbrook. She was expecting a new great grandchild in January. She is also, survived by a brother Rex Carey of Arcadia, CA and a sister Helen Carey of Gladwin and a special niece and husband Cheri and Brad Snow of Gladwin along with other nieces and nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by a son-in-law James A. Bailey; a brother, Jay Carey and step-father, John Walter Mason. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends.
Funeral Services were held Tuesday June 17, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church with Pastor James Krach presiding with burial in Grout Twp. Cemetery. Friends called at the Sisson Funeral Home on Monday from 3-8 p.m. On Tuesday Maxine laid in state at the church from 12 p.m. to time of services. Those wishing an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Our Savior Lutheran Church Endowment Fund.
Record & Clarion, Gladwin, Beavertown, MI; GenealogyBank.com
|Rob Haldeman||Grave marker photo of Howard H. Arbury|
Hello, my name is Rob Haldeman and I am the creator of the www.tankdestroyer.net website. I am working with the family of Howard H. Arbury to add him to my website. I am contacting you to ask if I may use the photo you have posted of his grave marker. If this is acceptable, please identify how you would like the credit line to be written.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Vickie Maxwell||Zerah A. Blodgett|
Is there anyway to find out more information about this person, he used to live in an old shack across from my grandparents on Flock Rd., He was all by himself. My brother and I were discussing him today, when we noticed a recent obituary with his name listed as a parent. Just curious, I am sure he was a war veteran. thanks
|Alan Eugene Koch||Maruice Bentley|
Thanks so very much for the transfer and Happy New Year!
|lori russell||Charles and Olive Thompson|
I have them buried Fenwick, MI.. I think she might be Olive Smith maiden name? They are my 2 great grandparents. Clear Lake Cemetary Any relation? Ferris Earl Thompson is their son and my maternal grandpa
|Jan Colton||Merry Christmas!|
For all of your immense work and dedication to this community, thank you! Happy New Year.
|Eloise J. Irish||William Randall|
Thank you very much for transferring William's memorial to me. I truly appreciate it!
|iwillrememberu||Charles Edgar Smith|
I was hoping you would be willing to transfer my great grandfathers find a grave to my care. His No# is 46949356. I am iwillrememberu, I would love to update his profile and manager his site. thank you for your time.
|Dar||Earl A Woodruff|
My Dad, Earl A. Woodruff, son of Earl Edward Woodruff married Ann D. Hutek from Rhodes Mi. She was born May 23, 1917. She died October 3, 1995. Also Edward Samuel Woodruff also had a son Charles Henry.
Added by Dar on Oct 30, 2016 7:01 PM
|M L Duke||RE: Memorial# 115320572|
Thank you for your permission to copy the photos.
I really appreciate your generosity.
Added by M L Duke on Oct 13, 2016 6:37 PM
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