Knights Inn Traverse City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnights Inn Traverse City
The breakfast was not particularly inspiring, but the location was good for our purposes.
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Travel Blogs from Traverse City
... corn maze in search of the apple pie thief! and munched on yummy donuts! From there we traveled to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, hiked some dune areas and took in some awesome views of Lake Michigan. From there we drove on to Glen Arbor, visited Cherry Republic and ate pizza at the local park where the grandkids were able to continue playing at the playground. How blessed we are to have shared in such a beautiful ...
... the bay.
Bill was preceded in death by his parents Bob & Lucy Ric******* and twin sisters Peggy & Patty Ric******* of Lapeer, MI; his three Cairn Terriers Sadie, Baron, & BJ; his Airedale Terrier Cleo; his three Giant Schnauzers Cole, CJ & Butch.
Bill is survived by:
His husband Walter Kroupa and his dog Roman the Standard Poodle of Elk Rapids, MI.; brothers Bob Ric******* (Carolyn Miller) of Howell, MI and ...
Bill graduated from Lapeer High School in Lapeer, MI in 1973. He attended Kalamazoo Valley Community College. He loved music and became a church organist and pianist for several years. He was an Attendant Nurse for the State of Michigan for several years. He found the love of his life Walter Kroupa of Traverse City, MI in 1977 in Lansing, MI and remained together for 36 years before getting married. Bill & Walt eloped to Ontario, Canada ...
... 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.