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Funeral & Obituary News for Detroit, MI

The Southern

Barbara Wolaver
The Southern
Barbara was born on July 8, 1929, in Detroit, Michigan, to Loyd Ray and Agatha Dean (Graves) Hudgens. ... Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice and will be accepted at Blue Funeral Home, 1704 N. Court St., Marion, IL 62959. For more ...


Marcia Kay Rives Hanson
Daily Herald
She was born on September 22, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan, but lived the majority of her days in Orem, Utah where she celebrated life as a caring educator, talented pianist and singer, and devoted LDS Church leader. ... A viewing will take place at the ...

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Hiring Our Heroes job fair for military veterans, spouses set for Detroit with ...
MLive.com
Members of the United States Marine Corps help fold a flag from the casket of one of thirteen Metro Detroit military veterans whose bodies had been unclaimed at the Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office until buried at the Great Lakes National ...

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James Garry McLaughlin
Monroe Evening News
James Garry McLaughlin was born in Detroit, Michigan on June 5, 1938 to the late James and Marie (Kennedy) McLaughlin. ... A funeral service will take place on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 1:00pm also at Merkle's with Deacon Mike Stewart officiating.


Dorothy Jean Romain Caro
Tuscola Today
Dorothy Jean Romain, 93, of Ischua, New York passed away January 21, 2015 in hospital. Romain lived in Caro at 374 Romain Road for over 6 decades. Born June 17, 1921 in Detroit, Michigan, she was the daughter of Walter and Hazel Hill. She worked at ...


No Excuses: The "N-Word" Does Not Belong in the Workplace
JURIST
The NAACP held a funeral and burial for the "n-word" in Detroit, Michigan to discourage the entertainment industry from using the "n-word" in videos, songs and stand-up routines. Nevertheless, jurors should not have to prove that the "n-word" is ...