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This morning we drove the RV from Caledonia to Lake Ann where Steve and Jill and family live. Steve and Jill had a "field trip" planned for the day in the RV. What a fun way to travel with four grandkids and four adults! The grandkids called the RV the moving livingroom as they were able to sit at the table and color, look at books and have snacks. We traveled to Jakes Corn Maze where we picked apples, traveled through ...
... will take place on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Reynold-Jonkhoff Funeral Home at 305 6th St., Traverse City, MI. (231) 947-6347.
In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated for the new Cowell Family Cancer Center being built at Munson Hospital. Contact Des Worthington at (231) 935-6509 or email@example.com.
The family is being served by the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
... married in Sault Ste. Marie on September 11, 2013. Bill loved his job working for Golden-Fowler Home Furnishings in Traverse City for over 20 years as a salesman and interior design consultant until his death.
Preceded in death by his parents Bob & Lucy Ric******* and twin sisters Peggy & Patty Ric******* of Lapeer, MI.
His husband Walter Kroupa of Elk Rapids, MI.; brothers Bob Ric******* of Howell, MI ...
... to have visitation hours at the funeral home for a celebration of Bill's life but details are unknown. There will be no funeral. Per Bill's request, his ashes will be floated on a biodegradable boat along with 5 of his previous dogs in individual boats out in East Bay in a private ceremony yet to be determined.
... and moments. Otherwise, he will end his days in Munson under Hospice care.
Bill & I are now in a private room and I am sleeping the night on a recliner. Will try to continue to keep you posted. I am a mess emotionally and in a fog. Like a ship with no rudder, bobbing up and down with no direction, no horizon, no destination, no final quotes.