Stone Waters Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I'm about to leave!!! HUZZAH!!
Today when I was saying goodbye to people I had a friend say to me "I'm so proud of you! You're being bold! You're going to get so much out of it!" I loved that!
Last year when I was about to leave for my NOLS course I was FREAKING OUT. It was a new place with new people embarking on a major expedition, and I was way nervous. But after doing that and having such an incredible time venturing out ...
... and to even hang the man's framed pictures. I hugged him as we both shared tears. I was so proud to be Bill's husband. Several people told me that they changed their minds and wanted to have a similar celebration for themselves instead of a traditional funeral. I cried viewing the five photo boards. They were all so special. Sister Judy later distributed all but two of the two dozens white roses, mostly to the very appreciative young nieces, great ...
... 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 they remained together for 36 years before getting married. Bill & Walt eloped to Ontario, Canada and got married in Sault Ste. Marie ...
... just finished with the help of sister Judy and brothers Bob & Tom (comments welcomed for improvements but time is running out):
Obituary for William Charles Ric*******
William "Bill" Charles Ric*******, 59, of Elk Rapids, MI passed away on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at Munson Hospital after a courageous battle against cancer in Traverse City, MI. Bill was born on July 20, 1955 in Lapeer, MI to the late Robert & Lucile (Platt) ...
... 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.