Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Female is the one with all the fruit and it looks like there will soon be enough papaya to supply all who want it. I love it but it seems it is like you love tropical fruit or you do not. Many of them have similar flavors and consistencies. Papaya and Mangos seems to me, could be cousins. Not every one agrees.
There are a group of women who play cards most every night in the pool hall. They were gathered last night to play and celebrate Charlotte's birthday at the same time!
Saturday, February 25, 2017
It sometimes takes longer to make our way around the park when Butch and Peggy have to make over every friendly animal we encounter.
Squeak likes his scritch through the glass.
Friday, February 24, 2017
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Deon, hiding behind a directory has plenty of directory's yet to sell. It is nice to have an extra one. If you cannot find one, perhaps you can find the other. Bring your $3 on Tuesday.
Today was the annual patriotic performance on Presidents day. It is one of the coffee hours of the year that has a high attendance number. Pictured above are the Choraliers.
Lap quilts were presented to our two oldest veterans. Pictured above with his two daughters, Karen and Linda is Clarence Cooke.
Monday, February 20, 2017
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Sharon and Doug Nelson celebrate their 50th anniversary
Karen and Richard Stiel celebrate their 50th anniversary
Larry and Linda Kraft will also celebrate their 50th anniversary this year.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Mrs. Marvel Rose Hendry
June 15, 1933 - February 15, 2017
Marvel “Rose” Hendry, 83, of Croswell passed away on February 15, 2017.
She was born on June 15, 1933 in Jeddo, daughter of the late Thomas and Mae McLane.
After graduating from Croswell High School, she married Robert Hendry on October 20, 1951.
Rose was a proud member of KOPS (Keep off Pounds Sensibly) for 18 years. She was a lifelong member of Community of Christ (RLDS) church, serving as an ordained Elder for 28 years, some of those years as Pastor. Rose was, also District Women’s Leader, for Community of Christ, Sunday School teacher and an especially beloved director of Vacation Bible School for many years. She worked at Tru-Value for 27 years, served as a 4-H and Girl Scout leader, and worked tirelessly in behalf of Outreach International. Rose loved singing, dancing, roller skating, playing cards, swimming, traveling (to all 50 states), and especially walking every day. Another of “Rosie’s” favorite things to do was faithfully donating blood (17 gal.) with Robert.
She is survived by her loving husband of 65 years, Robert, whom she called, “her life,” three children, Cleo (John) Barrett of MI, Laurie (Tim) Decker of MO, and Crystal (Bill) Embry of MO; grandchildren: John and Jared Barrett, Rachel Green, Harmony Crocker, Christopher Decker, Julia Schubert, Billy Embry II, Rebecca Vipperman, and greatgrandchildren: Olivia and Annabelle Barrett, Henry Crocker, John Patrick Barrett, Ben and
Elliot Embry, Jackson and Jace Schubert, and two sisters, Helen Badgerow and Sylvia Erbe.
Rose was preceded in death by a daughter, Jody Lynn; grandson, Timothy Decker; brothers: Joe, Tom and George McLane and a sister, Grace Kraft.
A Celebration of Life service will take place March 4, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. at Valley Center Community of Christ.
Inurnment will be in Croswell Cemetery.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations/memorials be given to Outreach
International or Marlette Hospice, who provided such loving compassionate care in her final days.
Arrangements are in care of Jowett Funeral Home, 1634 Lapeer Ave., Port Huron. To view obituary and share memories visit, www.jowettfuneraldirectors.com
I remember all the fun times we had together on the way and in the park at Cedar
Point with our beloved Aunt Rose :).
We went down for a couple days with Uncle Bob and my parents & my brother,
Scott. U. Bob would grab us from behind in the roller coasters & say "Now your in for it!! There's no going back now!!! " And he'd laugh so loud. Aunt Rose & my Mom (Rose's sister Sylvia ) would both scream all the way down the first big hill... !
We'll miss your laughter A. Rose... Love you lots!!
Paul A. Erbe & family - (Sylvia's son) - Mason, MI
Heather, Alexandra, Sebastian & Atticus.
Paul A. Erbe - 19 hours ago
Friday, February 17, 2017
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
These people were all busy this morning participating in part of the annual Olympics which take place at various park locations each winter. It has been difficult in some cases to get people to participate but these folks were all having a good time and look - if you play, you almost always get fed. It not only takes people to play the games but people to volunteer to help get things ready and serve the food. It's too late this year but think about joining in, one way or another next year.