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2012 Death Notices cont.
William Lawless
Bob Herominski and Ed Rzepecki reported that Bill Lawless
passed away yesterday. It seems that Bill fell off a step ladder in
his garage and couldn't be revived.

William (Bill) Richard Lawless passed away on April 11. Services
will be held at St. Francis Assisi Catholic Church, Fairfield Glade,
Tennessee Saturday April 14 at 10:00 AM. Bill is survived by his
wife Alice, sons-William, Robert, and Richard, daughters-Catherine
Bromley and Patricia Hoover. Bill did attend some meetings of our
Club and set up the dinner reservations at a Fairfield Glade
Country Club after the GM Club attended a play at the
Cumberland County Playhouse a number of years ago.

Alice's address is 43 Kingboro Lane, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee
38558
Joseph Michael Miskulin
(March 17, 1925 - May 17, 2012)

Mr. Miskulin was 87 years old when he passed away. He was a
beloved husband to the late Helen, who passed away on
September 16, 2008. Joseph and Helen were married on January
29, 1949.
Joseph Miskulin was a loving father to Gloria Miskulin and Gordon
(Susan) Miskulin. He was also a cherished grandfather to
Alexandra and Jack.
Mr. Miskulin retired after 30 plus years from General Motors Tech
Center.
Visitation will take place Sunday (May 20, 2012) from 2:00PM to
9:00PM at S.K. Schultz Funeral Home 43300 Garfield, (North of
19 Mile) in Clinton Township, Michigan 48038.
The Funeral Service will be Monday (May 21, 2012)10:30AM at the
funeral home with Fr. Jerry Slowinski officiating. Share your
memories at
www.SchultzFuneralHome.com.
Joseph Miskulin
Sandra Peters



05/20/1934 - 06/19/2012

PETERS, SANDRA "Sandy" age 78 June 19, 2012 Beloved wife of William "Bill".
Loving mother of Sharon (Leroy) Cadwalder, Barbara (Dan) Rathka, Thomas
Peters and Carol Ann (Craig) Whitmore. Proud grandmother of Kevin, Caitlin,
Taylor, Olivia, Violet and Rex. Dear sister of Carol Mary (Suhail) Shaya. Dear
sister-in-law of Frederick S. Peters. Member of LOTA (Bishop Kelley Assembly).
Visitation Thursday 4-9pm and Friday 4-9pm with a 7pm Rosary at
Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons, Inc. 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Pkwy. (16 Mile). Lying
in repose Saturday 9:30am at St. Hubert Catholic Church 38775 Prentiss in
Harrison Twp. until 10:00am Mass. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, please send donations to the American Cancer Society. Share memories
with the family at their "On-Line Guestbook" @ WujekCalcaterra.com.  
Visitations
Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons at 4 pm - 9 pm on Thursday, June 21st
Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons at 4 pm - 9 pm on Friday, June 22nd
Rosary at 7 pm on Friday, June 22nd
Mass: St. Hubert at 10am on Saturday, June 23rd
Lying in repose: St. Hubert at 9:30 am on Saturday, June 23rd
Memorials: American Cancer Society 20450 Civic Center Drive Southfield, MI
48076
Cemetery: Great Lakes National Cemetery (MAP) 4200 Belford Road Holly , MI
48442  
Church: St. Hubert (MAP)  38775 Prentiss St.
Harrison Township , 48045-2652  
Sandra Peters
Golding Cherryl Mae, of Fountain Hills, Arizona, left us peacefully on June 29, 2012.
Cherryl Mae Stevens was born in Detroit, on May 23, 1927, a few years after her
parents and two sisters emigrated from England. As a child, Cherryl read every book that
she could get her hands on (including the dictionary) and remained an avid reader
throughout her life. In 1943 Cherryl met Jack Golding while singing in their church choir
together, and the two of them sang as a pair, in barbershop quartets, and with family and
friends for most of their 67 year marriage. Cherryl and Jack raised their three children,
Steven, Rebecca, and Nancy in Rochester, MI. Cherryl was a great cook, created
beautiful gardens, and seemed to master every craft that she put her hands to, including
the clothing that she sewed and knitted for her family. Cherryl ran a women's bowling
league for 25 years, and she and Jack partnered with three other couples to build
Rochester's first tennis club in 1971. Cherryl was also a very talented writer, with several
published articles. Cherryl and Jack enjoyed many life-long friends, from barbershop,
General Motors, and tennis, in Rochester, as well as in their retirement to their Fountain
Hills "dream home" in 1987. Their annual New Years, Halloween, Christmas, and pool
parties were celebrations of music, fun and friendship, and Cherryl's special combination
of talent, kindness and sense of humor made her the life of many party! The Phoenix
Coyotes and Diamondbacks will miss one of their biggest fans. The rest of us will miss
her beauty, her talent, her great story-telling, and the way that she always made us feel
special. Cherryl is survived by son Steve Golding, granddaughter Lisa Golding, and
daughter Nancy Kautz. A celebration in honor of Cherryl and Jack (who preceded her in
October 2011) will take place in Michigan. Cherryl would have liked any donations in her
honor to go to animal rescue organizations or cancer research.
Cherryl Golding






Dwight T. "Swede" Olson, age 70, passed away August 6, 2012. Beloved
husband of Rochel (nee: Czenkus).
Dear father of Michelle (Jeremy) Bileti and Sonya Barr. Proud grandfather
of Julian Bileti and Easton Barr. Dear brother of Sonja Marotta. Survived by
several nieces and nephews. Retired senior analyst from GM. Volunteer
Harrison Twp. fireman for 26 years. Member of Oddfellows, F of E Aerie
1269, Mt. Clemens, Red Wing Motor Cycle Club, and Mariners. Funeral
service with military honors by his nephew U.S. Navy Lt. Jamey Allen Hall
at Lakeside Community Church, 33701 Jefferson Ave., St. Clair Shores, MI
48082 on Wednesday August 8, at 7 p.m. (gathering at 5:30 p.m.).
Arrangements entrusted to Simple Funerals 586-777-0555
www.SimpleFuneralsInMichigan.com .
Dwight T. "Swede" Olson

Joseph Edward Kucharski, 83, died July 7, 2012, at his home. He was born in
Detroit, and was a resident of Palm City since 1989, coming from Fort
Lauderdale. He was a member of Polish Century Club in Michigan. Survivors
include his son, Joseph Edward Kucharski Jr. of Hobe Sound; daughters,
Krystine Quick of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Karen Wilkerson of Ann Arbor, Mich.;
seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by
his wife, Mary Kucharski. Memorial contributions may be made to the American
Heart Association , P.O. Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0692. Services: A
memorial Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 p.m. July 14 at Holy Redeemer
Catholic Church, Palm City. Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home &
Crematory, Treasure Coast Chapel.

Published in the TC Palm on July 10, 2012
Joseph Kucharski