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By Greg Chandler 15 Jan, 2021
The youngest member of the Middleville Village Council has been named the village’s new president. Amanda Fisk, who was elected as a trustee to the council in November 2018, was appointed to the president’s office by her colleagues Tuesday night. She succeeds the late Charlie Pullen, who died Nov. 20, 2020, of complications from COVID-19. Pullen had been the village’s president since 2009. Fisk, 35, was one of three candidates who were considered for the president’s position, along with trustees Mike Cramer and Kevin Smith. President Pro Tempore Sherry Ronning took a straw poll of council members to see who they would support. Fisk and Cramer each supported themselves. The remaining council members – Ronning, Smith, Mike Lytle and Ed Schellinger – all supported Fisk. A formal motion followed, with Fisk being unanimously supported. “I support you in whatever help you need. I look forward to your leadership,” Ronning said. Fisk has several major goals she would like to see accomplished this year, most notably approval of an ordinance that would legalize marijuana-based businesses in the village. “Seeing that through was part of the reason I ran for council in the first place. I'm excited to see that nearing its end,” Fisk wrote in a text message following the meeting. Fisk also said she sees adjusting and reviewing the village’s contract with the Barry County Sheriff’s Department as a top priority. In addition, she supports continued park development, including improvements to the riverbank parks, Calvin Hill Park and the Paul Henry Thornapple Trail. “I embraced hiking this year as a way to get out of the house amid shutdowns and quarantines, so embracing and expanding on our distinction as a North Country Trail Town is something I'd be interested in exploring,” Fisk wrote. Fisk serves as Middleville’s representative on the Thornapple Area Parks and Recreation Commission. Finally, Fisk wants to increase contact with residents and business owners in the community. “The village is lacking a little in social media presence, and I think sometimes we struggle to reach members of our community in a way that works for them,” she wrote. “I definitely want to work with staff, council, and other boards and commissions to get the message out about what we're doing and how they can be involved.” Fisk was the top vote-getter among four candidates in the 2018 trustee election, capturing 762 votes. Last year, she announced that she was running for Barry County clerk as a Democrat but later withdrew her candidacy due to work and family circumstances. Fisk is a 2003 graduate of Thornapple Kellogg High School. She holds an associate’s degree in sociology and psychology from Lansing Community College, a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Michigan State University and a master’s in public administration from Walden University.

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By Brett Bremer 26 Oct, 2020
The lead was so large that the Fighting Scots could start their celebration a day early. Certain South Lyon, Freeland and Thornapple Kellogg would be unable to catch the Caledonia High School equestrian team with one event to go on Sunday, Oct. 18, the Fighting Scots had fun with a team Halloween party Saturday after the first four days of riding at the Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship Association State Championships in Midland. Taryn Kooiker, one of the seven ladies who was a senior captain for the Fighting Scots this fall, and freshman Griffin Wolverton, the only guy in the high school program, came dressed as each other. “Griffin really pulled off the Teryn outfit,” said Caledonia head coach Kellie Scheidel. Not only did they have each others' outfits down, but their personalities as well. Scheidel said for her it was just one more example of the outstanding team atmosphere and camaraderie among her riders as they worked to make that one step up from being the Division A 2019 Reserve Champions to the Division A 2020 State Champions at the Midland County Fairgrounds. The Fighting Scots finished the weekend with 417 points, 105 more than the 2020 Reserve Champions from Freeland who finished in second place with a total of 312 points. The victory caps off a perfect run through the season for the Scots who also won District and Regional Championships. The Scots also won MIHA State Championships in 2015 and 2002. This is Scheidel's second season leading the program. Caledonia was the only team to score in all 17 classes in Midland, and put up the top point totals of the finals in Saddle Seat Fitting and Showing, Saddle Seat Pattern, Saddle Seat Bareback, the Flag Race, the Stakes Race Timed Event and tied Thornapple Kellogg for the most points in the Two-Person Relay. Thornapple Kellogg was third at the state championship, just 24 points behind the Reserve Champions from Freeland, with a total of 288 points. The Trojans were the top scoring team in Saddle Seat Equitation and the Cloverleaf Race as well. Behind the top three teams, South Lyon was fourth with 244 points followed by Ogemaw Heights 214, Rockford 193, Milford 114, Milan 66, Chippewa Hills 22 and Alpena 0. The Two-Person Relay was the only event left on Sunday at the championships, which were extended a couple days to help with social distancing. “It was a long one, but it was definitely worth it,” Scheidel said. “We competed Wednesday through Sunday, so it is longer than our usual shows.” Being that it started on Wednesday it left a little less time for riders and horses to recover from the regional round of the state tournament, and to perfect the state finals patterns in each class. “I kept telling the kids from day one you guys are state championship worthy, just keep your head in the game and don't get defeated if something goes wrong. Brush it off,” Scheidel said. Caledonia had one senior graduate after the 2019 runner-up finish at the state championship meet. All but four riders returned to the arena for the Scots this fall, and Scheidel said everyone got to contribute to the state championship performance. Kookier, Hailey Chu, Remington Steenwyk, Carlee Gibson, Madeline Peterson, Marcia Ball, and Lauren Kane were the Scots' seven senior captains this season. “We have seven seniors,” coach Scheidel said. “It is very sad. It is going to be very sad to see them all go. With the seven seniors it is such an experienced group of kids. They had been to state three years prior and they kind of know how it goes. Everyone exceeded my expectations.” The team also included riders Kendra Lloyd, Mia Stiver, Anna Eliassen, Mia Nelson, Griffin Wolverton and Kylie Greenlee and team groom Emma Hayden. Scheidel's coaching staff also included assistants Hannah Cox, Zach Scheidel, Laura Darby, Kim Fredrick and Karah Lloyd.

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By Brett Bremer 26 Oct, 2020
Last year, Lydia Cole, then a Thornapple-Kellogg junior, was the star of the Delton Kellogg/Thornapple Kellogg/Hastings varsity girls swim team's annual Cancer Awareness Meet. Cole had been diagnosed with pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors at the end of her sophomore year. She'd continued to swim the 2019-20 season while undergoing chemotherapy treatments, and her team dedicated the Cancer Awareness Meet to supporting Cole and her family, using the slogan “Team Lydia.” Cole — who was interviewed prior to the 2019 Cancer Awareness Meet — said cancer scared her less than it had. Swimming with her team and staying busy kept cancer from being the focus of her life. She had found a sense of normalcy and felt confident she could beat cancer. “The diagnosis isn't the tough part. It is the rest of it, going through scans and now knowing what the outcome is going to be and when the outcome isn't so great having to deal with it. I feel like I have handled it a lot better than I expected. It doesn't scare me that much anymore, because I know that I can beat it,” Cole said. Cole, 16, died just a few months later in January. Thursday, the DK/TK/Hastings girls again donned their pink swim caps — still adorned with “#teamLydia” — as they hosted the Wayland girls swim team for the 2020 Cancer Awareness Meet. They wrote Cole's name — along with the names of others who have fought or continue to fight cancer — in thick pink marker on their backs, shoulders, arms and legs. In keeping with tradition, swimmers on both teams wore pink caps and tied pink ribbons on their suits. Pink balloons and ribbons decorated the pool area, along with pink signs that read “Two teams, one hope.” DK/TK/Hastings Coach Carl Schoessel started the Cancer Awareness Meet after his wife, Loretta Schoessel, began losing her battle with breast cancer; she died in 2011. Since then, Schoessel and his team raise money for the American Cancer Society at the meet and, over the years, have donated several thousand dollars to the society. Last year's proceedings were given to Cole's family to help cover the cost of her treatments; this year they were donated to the Lydia Cole Scholarship Fund, in addition to the Cancer Awareness Society. Loretta Schoessel's name, along with Cole's, was written on each of the DK/TK/Hastings athletes. It was a big night for DK/TK/Hastings swim team's season, too. They went into the meet undefeated with a 4-0 record in the OK Rainbow Tier II conference, while the Wayland team was 3-1 in conference duals. Schoessel kicked off the meet by recognizing Cole's family and noted this event would not be like previous Cancer Awareness meets. “Due to COVID, many of the things we've done at this meet in past years won't be able to be done tonight,” Schoessel said, referring to a bake sale, raffle and chuck-a-duck fundraiser – where spectators through rubber ducks from the balcony into a life ring in the pool. Without these traditional modes of fundraising, the team has raised money by asking family members, friends and others for donations. Additionally, spectators could donate by putting money in buckets labeled either for the Lydia Cole Scholarship Fund or Cancer Awareness Society, depending on what they wanted their donation to support. While the total funds raised from Thursday's meet have yet to be counted, Schoessel said Friday they might have raised a few thousand dollars. “From what I've been told and what I saw, it looks like we're going to easily get a couple thousand dollars,” Schoessel said. The meet began with a flurry of activity as athletes paced the poolside cheering passionately for teammates, their voices echoing off the tiled room, through the crowd, and up into the rafters. The swimmers approached the pool, ready to complete their events. They paused only to dedicate races to those who've been impacted by cancer, reading their names aloud before the event began. “Before each event, the names of the people we want to honor and remember will be announced,” Schoessel said. The 100-yard breast stroke event was dedicated to Cole; it was her favorite event. The meet ended with even more intensity than it started, as the Wayland girls beat the DK/TK/Hastings swimmers by only 1 point, with a score to 93-92. Before the meet, DK/TK/Hastings was in first place in its conference; now, the team is tied with Wayland for first place. “We knew it was going to be very close going in. In fact, I had told the girls it could come down to a one-point lead,” Schoessel said. “There's no hard feelings because we really value this meet.” “We would have loved to have won.” The final words of Coach Schoessel's speech, which began the meet, ring true for the DK/TK/Hastings girls as they look to come back from Thursday's defeat. “Finally, the motto of our meet: Support the fighters, admire the survivors, honor the taken,” Schoessel said, “and never, ever give up hope.”

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By Greg Chandler 26 Oct, 2020
Two write-in candidates have filed to run for the Middleville Village Council, while another write-in has filed for a seat on the Caledonia Village Council. Robert Bishop and Kevin Smith turned in their names as write-in candidates for the Middleville council by Friday's 4 p.m. deadline, while Cheryl King-Miller put her name into the ring for a council seat in Caledonia. Robert Bishop, 40, is a longtime area resident who graduated from Thornapple Kellogg High School in 1998. “I've been hemming and hawing about it for years,” Bishop said. “I saw there were two candidates for three positions, so I decided to throw my hat in.” Bishop's professional background is in engineering and information technology. He studied computer programming at Grand Rapids Community College and holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Grand Valley State University. Bishop has been cubmaster of Cub Scout Pack 3065 in Middleville for the past three years, and spent nine years as an assistant scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 105 in Middleville, where he received his Eagle Scout award in 1998. Kevin Smith, 51, is community manager and co-owner of Mix Coworking Studio, a collaborative and creative work space in downtown Middleville that serves startup firms, entrepreneurs and remote workers. He also owns 165 Properties, a local real estate management company. He is the former head of information technology at Acrisure, an insurance broker in the Grand Rapids area. Smith has lived in Middleville for 13 years. “I love living here and I think the population of Middleville has drastically changed since I started living here,” he said. Smith recently proposed a series of traffic-calming measures out of concern for speeding in the downtown area. Smith has a bachelor's degree in computer information systems from Western Michigan University. He and his wife, Renee, have four children, three of whom attend Thornapple Kellogg High School. A total of three seats are up for grabs on the Middleville council Nov. 3. Incumbents Sherry Ronning and Mike Lytle are running for re-election, while Phil VanNoord decided not to seek another term on the council. Village President Charlie Pullen is running unopposed. Cheryl King-Miller, 41, has lived in the Glen Valley neighborhood in Caledonia for the past three years. She is a former teacher in the Chicago area and has been a substitute teacher at Emmons Lake Elementary School. She currently homeschools her two daughters, ages 12 and 10. “I thought we needed some representation from our neighborhood on the council,” King-Miller said. “I knew one of the people from the neighborhood is leaving [the council, referring to incumbent Trustee Eric Van Gessel.] and the other one is running for president [referring to Trustee Jennifer Lindsey, who is running against current President Todd Grinage].” King-Miller earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Western Michigan University and a master's in language literacy from Nova Southeastern (Florida) University. She was once president of a local parent-teacher organization in Holt, a suburb of Lansing. Only two candidate names are on the Caledonia village ballot for three available council seats. Incumbent trustees Daniel Erskine and Karen Hahn seeking re-election.

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By Greg Chandler 26 Oct, 2020
The Thornapple Area Parks and Recreation Commission is seeking input on the area's parks and recreation plan over the next five years. A series of public hearings are planned over the next several weeks to get input on the TAPRC plan, starting Thursday, Nov. 5, when the commission will hold its hearing at 6 p.m. at the Thornapple Township Hall, 200 E. Main St., Middleville. Most notable on TAPRC's plan is the development of a community sports complex, which could consist of ballfields, pickleball courts, a dog park, walking trails and nature areas. Funding for the project could come through Michigan Department of Natural Resource Trust Fund grants, local government general funds, private contributions, community foundations or fundraisers, according to the plan draft. The capital improvement plan for TAPRC calls for the sports complex to be established in 2022. The plan also calls for the following improvements over the next five years: 2021: Continued development and extension of the Paul Henry Thornapple Trail, north and south. 2023: Updating park facility equipment, where needed. 2024: Establishing a Thornapple River access point between the village and Parolee Road. 2025: Establishing an outdoor water recreation feature, such as a splash pad. Future hearings are scheduled the following dates: -Thornapple Kellogg Board of Education, Monday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m., Thornapple Kellogg Middle School, Room 1616, 10375 Bender Road, Middleville. -Thornapple Township Board, Monday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. at the township hall, 200 E. Main St., Middleville. -Village of Middleville, Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at the village hall, 100 E. Main St. Copies of the plan are currently available for examination at the township and village halls as well as the Thornapple Kellogg Schools administrative offices, 10051 Green Lake Road. Written comments on the plan may be submitted via email to info@taprc.org or by mail to TAPRC, P.O. Box 459, Middleville, MI 49333.

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By Greg Chandler 26 Oct, 2020
Two years after creating Barry'd Treasures, the Middleville Downtown Development Authority is spinning off the small retail business incubator. The DDA board Tuesday voted to turn over management and responsibility of Barry'd Treasures to the Left Field Cafe, where its products have been sold since its inception, effective Jan. 1, 2021. DDA Director Nichole Lyke said the decision was driven by DDA moving its offices from the back of the coffee shop to The Mix co-working studio across Main Street. Lyke said there's no room in the new offices to house Barry'd Treasures. “In the last six months, it's really grown. We've added more vendors. We went from three vendors to six or seven down there,” Lyke said. “The space that was available for the booths is completely full. There isn't room for more vendors at this point. That's a good problem to have. We were hoping to get to that point eventually.” Some of the items sold in Barry'd Treasures include artwork, jewelry and Thornapple Kellogg Schools-themed items, such as coffee mugs and seat cushions. DDA member and Thornapple Township Supervisor Mike Bremer called the move a win-win for all involved. “The whole idea of Barry'd Treasures … was to be incubator space – here's a place to get your business going,” he said. “If you can outgrow this place, great. Let's help you find a new place and bring someone else to use this small space. Barry'd Treasures was one of our little babies, and we're cutting it loose now.” In other business Tuesday, the DDA board approved a change in its sign grant policy, allowing the authority to grant funds for up to two signs per business, as long as the signs are located within the DDA district and conform to local ordinances. The change in policy came out of a recent request by Cherry Valley Plumbing and Electric at 491 Arlington St. for grants for two signs. Shortly after approving the policy change, the board approved the company's request for the grants, totaling $3,819. The board policy allows for grant awards of up to $2,000 per sign or no more than 50 percent of the sign cost. “Up to this point, the committee has not received a request for more than one sign per location in which both signs are located within the DDA district,” Lyke wrote in a memo to the board. “The [design] committee believes that as businesses grow along the M-37 corridor, there will be more requests that include multiple signs.” The board also recognized Bremer for his eight years of service as Thornapple Township's representative on the board. Bremer will be leaving as township supervisor next month since he will be moving out of the township.
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  • Gladys Faye Briggs On the last day of the longest year in recent memory (December 31, 2020), Gladys Faye Briggs passed away peacefully. Gladys was from Hastings, formerly of Middleville. She is survived by, Ralph “Butch” Edward Briggs, her husband of 64 years. She is also survived by her loving brother, Doyle Tankersley; five children, Shellie McQueen, Michael, Carl, Benjamin, and Nathan Briggs; eight grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two grandsons, Bryan McQueen and Matthew Briggs. Gladys was born in Warrior, AL on June 24, 1939 to her parents Roy and Helen Tankersley. A daughter of a sharecropper, she loved to tell the stories of growing up in Alabama. In 1954 her family, like many, migrated to Michigan in search of work and a better life. They settled in Augusta just outside of Battle Creek. It was there where she met her husband who she affectionately called “Butch”. They were married on December 20, 1955 and “Butch” soon thereafter enlisted in the Army. Gladys and their growing family followed “Butch” on assignments to Chicago, Council Bluffs IA, and a three-year tour in Germany. In 1967, after returning from Germany, they bought a house in “The Downs” in Middleville, MI where they resided for 50 years. Gladys, also known as Faye by friends, was a quiet woman with a mischievous smile and “cutting wit”. She had a “sixth sense” about what was happening around her. A skill she honed by raising five rambunctious children. She loved her husband, her children and her “little house on Greenwood”. She took great pride in building a home and a family, but as much as she loved her own children, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were her “true treasure”. The last five years of Gladys’ life were spent at Thornapple Manor in the Sugar Bush wing. Over the course of that five years, dozens and dozens of women and men attended to her needs. She loved every one of them. If you are one of those who took care of Gladys, our family cannot thank you enough for loving her. You are wonderful. A mere “thank you” doesn’t seem enough. Thinking back on Gladys’ life, whether she was a mother, sister, aunt, grandma, or great grandma, the best descriptor would be “friend”. Glady’s was able to touch your heart, ease your pain, and most all make you feel special. No matter the situation Mom, Glady, Faye, Gladys made each and everyone she met feel they mattered, and she genuinely cared. For those that knew the path she walked, they knew this was truly a gift she learned, not from a book, poem, or even advice from mentors. This special gift, her blessing was earned, through many a test and tribulation of life experience. As children, our friends flocked to her for direction, those who were in need stayed, and those lucky enough to hear her words, took the wisdom of the many life experiences, both triumphs and yes, mistakes from someone who lived well, and learned. Her willingness to share these experiences, honestly and with love and care was truly a blessing to all. Mom will be missed by many; this is her legacy! Not for what she left, but those she left behind with pieces and parts of herself. She was a selfless survivor who not only loved well but was willing to risk connecting and sharing herself, to connect, care and share with those willing to listen and allow her to love. God’s peace Gladys Faye. We miss you and will always remember the sacrifices you made for all of us and how you touched so many lives. A special thank you and goodbye from those who called her grandma and great grandma “G-G”, both great children and grandchildren alike (Blood or not). Gladys will be buried in Mount Hope Cemetery in Middleville. Her grave site is fittingly between her two grandsons who preceded her in death. A graveside service was conducted at Mount Hope Cemetery on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021. A Celebration of Life will also be planned for a later date. Memorial contributions to the Middleville Lions Club will be appreciated. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or leave a condolence message for Gladys’ family.
    Gladys Faye Briggs
  • Rodney Clark Kenyon Rodney Clark Kenyon, age 87, of Eagan, MN, formerly of Middleville, MI passed away in the early morning hours of January 2, 2021 at the Minnesota Veterans Home of natural causes. He was loved by many and reciprocated that love in all that he met. Rod was born on July 27, 1933 to Arthur and Angeline (Williams) Kenyon in Middleville at the family homestead. Growing up in the Great Depression he soon realized a little meant a lot, with three older siblings. He graduated from Thornapple Kellogg School in 1951 and on July 15, 1952 he enlisted in the Navy. During leave from boot camp on October 11, 1952 he married his school sweetheart from second grade Carol Schenkel, sharing 63 years of marriage together. His naval career during the Korean War embodied a radioman to an Admiral, thus being assigned to 22 ships in 21 months, honorably discharged on May 7, 1954 as a National Defense Service Medal recipient. He returned from his service with the Navy to work at the family business, Central Garage in Middleville, with his father Art and brothers Bob and Bill. In 1960 he started Central Auto Parts (NAPA) growing the business to four locations in Middleville, Hastings, Caledonia and Lake Odessa. He celebrated his retirement from the automotive business in 1998. Rodney was a lifetime member of Lions Club International, serving in Middleville, MI and Eagan, MN. In the former club, he was a charter member in 1955, proud of his accomplishments of establishing Middleville Lions Spring and Sesquicentennial Parks, and playing Santa Claus for over 20 years in the annual Christmas parade. Rod loved a parade, having organized many including the 1984 Middleville Sesquicentennial parade, lasting almost four hours. He was also a lifetime member of American Legion Posts 305 (Caledonia MI) and 1776 (Apple Valley MN). In 2012 Rod and Carol moved to Minnesota to be closer to the VA Healthcare facilities and family. Rodney is survived by his children, Craig (Kathy) Kenyon, Thomas (Meg) Kenyon, Christine (Charles) Schram; grandchildren, Brett (Nichol) Bremer, Kelly (Patrick) Lewis, Kirby (Josh) Weeber, Shelby Kenyon, Cortney (Matt) Xiong, Cody Schram, Claire and Carly Kenyon, Lisa (Dan) Cooper, Kelly (Dave) Cichon, 15 great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, and sister-in-law, Neva Kenyon. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Carol; siblings, Charlotte (Rodney) Finkbeiner, Robert (Donna) Kenyon, William Kenyon; brothers-in-law, William (Jean) and Fred (Sandy) Schenkel. A celebration of life service is planned for late summer or early fall 2021, pending public health guidance. Memorial contributions can be made to the Middleville Lions Club, P.O. Box 1, Middleville, MI 49333. Rodney always loved to tell a great story, to honor his legacy, please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share your favorite memory of Rodney.
    Rodney Clark Kenyon
  • Lois June Kidder Lois June (Wilson) Kidder, age 88, of Hastings, passed away on January 7, 2021. Lois was born on November 20, 1932, in Middleville, the daughter of Walter and Ivah (Anderson) Wilson. Lois attended Thornapple Kellogg High School in Middleville. On October 6, 1950, Lois married Eugene Kidder, Jr., and they enjoyed 50 years together until his death. She worked for the creamery in Middleville and Hastings Manufacturing. Lois enjoyed baking, crocheting, and loved to walk. Lois is preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Ivah Wilson; her husband, Eugene Kidder, Jr., and her brother and sister-in-law, Patricia and Jack Wilson, and brother, Jim Wilson. She is survived by her daughters, Patti (Mike) Sinclair and Lorrie Sherman; grandchildren, Courtney (JT) Ter Mors, and Nicholas Sinclair; great-grandchildren, Landon Ter Mors, Mackenzie Ter Mors, Logan Ter Mors; brother, Gordon “Cork” (Mary Lou) Wilson; sister-in-law, Sally Wilson, and several nieces and nephews. Per Lois’ wishes, cremation has taken place and no services will be held. She will be interred in Freeport Cemetery. Arrangements by Girrbach Funeral Home. To leave an online condolence, visit www.girrbachfuneralhome.net.
    Lois June Kidder
  • Joyce Marie Domire Joyce Marie Domire, age 69, was not just of Middleville, or from Middleville, she embodied the best of what Middleville is. When she passed away on January 17, 2021, and went peacefully home to her heavenly father, she left behind an entire community of people who can proudly say they were better off because they knew her.
    She was one of the most generous, compassionate, vibrant people to ever grace the Earth, and she will be forever loved and deeply missed by her students, co-workers, community members, friends, and family.
    Joyce was born on March 11, 1951, in Metamora, Ohio to Kenneth and Florine (Lumbrezer) Domire. She graduated from MSU with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in education and later earned an additional master’s degree in counseling from WMU. Joyce put her degrees to good use during her 28-year tenure at Thornapple Kellogg Schools.
    Her impact as a teacher, coach, mentor, and friend during this time cannot be overstated. She positively impacted thousands of TK students who were lucky enough to spend a semester or two in her classroom.
    For some, Joyce’s friendly smile and affable demeanor were a bright spot in their day. Alumni, no doubt, all have their favorite Ms. Domire stories, and delight in sharing them whenever they get together. But for others, Joyce’s support, encouragement, and assistance was more than that— it was literally a lifeline, keeping them afloat during tough times in their lives. She may not have even known the breadth of her impact on so many students, but they all did. She was truly a once-in-a-generation educator.
    Joyce once said that she came to Middleville looking for a job, but ended up finding another family. As blessed as she felt by this fortuitous hiring, the school community of TK was even more blessed to receive her and to benefit from her years of service. She was always willing to give her time, her money, her possessions, and her warm radiant personality to any student or staff member who was in need. Her listening skills, wise advice, and hearty laugh endeared her to many, and her impact on the lives of those who were lucky enough to know her will not soon be forgotten.
    Joyce’s generosity of spirit was not reserved solely for those associated with TK Schools, but rather, the outreach of her kindness and compassion extended far past the bounds of the district. For years, she was the co-owner of The Scoop Ice Cream Company in downtown Middleville with Terri VanderKooi, a business that was more than just a business. Sure, it was a place where people could sit at the counter and enjoy a chocolate malt, but because of Joyce and Terri’s warm, hospitable, people-first mindset, it became a cornerstone of the Middleville community. Friends and families gathered to celebrate there, young people got their first jobs there, and everyone knew that they would be accepted and taken care of there, if nowhere else.
    Upon retiring from teaching, coaching, and the ice cream business, Joyce could have taken a well-deserved break from the working world, but that wasn’t her style. Up until her very recent diagnosis with cancer last year, Joyce worked at Otto’s Turkey Farm and Euro Lighting.
    Joyce became co-director at Lincoln Meadows Apartments where she added loving support for her residents to the list of people she loved and helped. She was an unstoppable force, a fierce advocate for others, and an exceptionally hard worker. If something needed to be done, no matter how menial or difficult, Joyce was not one to sit idly by or delegate. She simply rolled up her sleeves and got to work.
    It was that sense of urgency, the tireless work ethic, the unbridled enthusiasm she had for life and for other people, that made her so special. Joyce often expressed gratitude for the wonderful friendships she found throughout the years, but it was her amazing spirit that forged and sustained those relationships all the while. She was always the one to send cards of congratulations or condolences. She was always the one to invite people to dinner, or to give people a place to stay when they needed it. Joyce built a beautiful life for herself, her friends, and her family— one that was grounded in pure, unfiltered kindness and the joy of helping others.
    If you were lucky enough to know Joyce, may you be comforted in your loss by some of her favorite words of advice, to “live simply and be grateful”. Be grateful for the time you spent in her company, for the good things in your life that she helped foster, and for the memories you’ll always have of a woman who lived simply, gave generously, and radiated God’s love.
    Joyce will be dearly missed by her sister, Virginia Steers of Angola, IN; her brothers, Anthony Domire of Angola, IN and Ray (Judy) Domire of Delaware, OH, sister-in-law, Julia Domire of Angola, IN, and several nieces and nephews. Also, her dearest friend, Terri VanderKooi and Joyce’s adopted family, the VanderKoois: Jan (Jim) Pascavis, Jessica (Alex) Kever, Gayle (Jim) DeHudy. Also, a special family, the Blairs: Wanda, Mike, Brittany, Alex, and Michael. As well as many friends she chose as an extended family.
    She was preceded in death by her parents, and her brother, William Domire, and her adopted nephew, Jimmy Pascavis.
    Per Joyce’s wishes cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be announced and held at a later date.
    For those wishing to honor Joyce through memorial contributions please send to Middleville United Methodist Church, and Thornapple Kellogg Schools-- Food Services Department 10375 Green Lake Road, Middleville, MI 49333-for students that may need lunch money assistance.
    Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or leave a condolence message for Joyce’s friends and family.
    Joyce Marie Domire
  • Marilyn Louise McWhinney Marilyn Louise (Bristol) McWhinney, age 70 of Middleville, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday January 27, 2021. She was born to Lyle and Katey (Saunders) Bristol on August 22, 1950 in Hastings. Marilyn graduated from Hastings High School in 1968. After high school, she married the love of her life, Bruce. They enjoyed 48 years of marriage. Throughout the years, Marilyn held several positions at Hastings Manufacturing, Caledonia D&W and Foremost Insurance where she made many lifelong friendships. The job that Marilyn loved the most was being a wife and mother to her two daughters Katie and Janine. Later in life, she was overjoyed to become a grandmother to her five grandchildren. Marilyn enjoyed spending time with family and friends and always appreciated visitors stopping by. Her hobbies included cooking, baking, stopping at garage sales, coloring books, attending activities and service at the Middleville United Methodist Church. Her most cherished times were the 50 plus years spent at “Heaven on Earth” Horseshoe Lake, where it seemed every Sunday was a family reunion. Marilyn was a lover of all people and always welcomed anyone with open arms, a big smile and a twinkle in her eye. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, her in-laws, Gordon and Lois McWhinney; her brothers-in-law, Chuck Meier, Frosty Bromley, Sam Shriver and Russell McWhinney and sisters-in-law, Jennifer McWhinney, Judy McWhinney and Suzanne Verburg. Marilyn is survived by her husband, Bruce; daughters, Katie (Brad) Peter and Janine (Adam) Smith; grandchildren, Alex, Blake and Camden Peter and Gabby and Jack Smith; sisters, Dee (Erv) Gaskill, Sharon Bromley, Linda Bristol, Barbara (Al) Palmer; brothers-in-law, Jerry (Elaine) McWhinney, Marv (Patti) McWhinney, Richard Verburg and sister-in-law, Cheryl McWhinney, several special nieces, nephews and close friends. Caring for others was Marilyn’s passion. Therefore in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Middleville United Methodist Church Food Pantry. The family would like to thank Dr. Anita Asadorian, care manager Cori Leak and staff at Hastings Internal and Family Medicine for the wonderful care that was provided to Marilyn. A visitation will be held at the Beeler-Gores Funeral Home in Middleville, on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021 from 2 to 6 p.m. Covid restrictions will be in effect. Per Marilyn’s wishes, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or leave a condolence message for Marilyn’s family.
    Marilyn Louise McWhinney
  • Dorabell (Doris) Reil Dorabell (Doris) Reil, age 94, of Middleville, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021.
    Doris was born on December 18, 1926 in Sparta, to George and Henrietta (Cooke) Chrisman. On March 2, 1946, Doris married Joseph Reil and together they shared 58 years until his passing on June 1, 2004.
    She and Joe enjoyed many winters in Zephyrhills, FL with the Reil family. She also enjoyed spending time with her sisters.
    She loved crafting, camping, practical jokes - both giving and receiving. Her family loved her homemade noodles and burnt cookies. Most of all, Doris loved her huge family. Doris was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
    Doris leaves behind her family, Nancy and Boyd Bender, Carol and Dan Handy, Susan and Bob Tyner, Joe Reil, Jimmy and Lora Reil, Sally and Ken McDonald, Jess and Karen Reil, Jay and Shannon Reil, Doug and Barb Reil; 30 grandchildren, 65 great-grandchildren and eight great-great grandchildren; sisters, Joyce Nausieda, Franny and George Bradshaw, sister-in-law, Cleo Chrisman; and many nieces and nephews. Special friends: Kyle Mead, Nicole Schild and Chris Lewis.
    She was preceded in death by her parents; five brothers; two sisters; and three grandchildren.
    Private family services will be held and Doris will be laid to rest next to her husband at Mount Hope Cemetery in Middleville.
    In lieu of flowers please consider donating to one of the following non-profit organizations: Joseph’s Genetic Journey, (Fund 250), Barry Community Foundation, 231 S. Broadway, Hastings, MI 49058; Home for our Troops, 6 Main St.,Taunton, MA 02780 or Barry County Commision on Aging, 320 W. Woodlawn Ave., Hastings, MI 49058.
    Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or to leave a condolence message for Doris’s family.
    Dorabell (Doris) Reil
  • Harvey Ray Cowham Harvey Ray Cowham, age 86, of Alto, died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on February 1, 2021. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 66 years, Shirley (White) Cowham; children, Doug (Mary) Cowham, Michelle (Jim) Boynton, and Greg (Nel) Cowham; grandchildren, Jason (Deanna) Cowham, Nina (Steve) Wiersma, Zach Boynton, Scott (Shauna) Cowham, and Alison Cowham. He is also survived by seven great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren; brothers, Ed Cowham, Chuck (Loita) Cowham, and Jim (Darr) Cowham; many nieces, nephews and lifelong friends. He was preceded in death by his grandchildren, Courtney and Christopher Boynton; great-granddaughter, Mia Cowham; daughter-in-law, Lupita Cowham; and sister-in-law, Shelby Jean Cowham. Harvey was the heart and soul of his family. He shared many life lessons about the importance of unconditional love and living life to the fullest. He loved nothing more than creating wonderful memories and sharing stories of his life with those around him. He made sure to spend quality time with all of his loved ones and establish truly meaningful relationships with everyone he met. He was an amazing and loving grandfather; adored by his beloved grandchildren. Family traditions were very important to him and they will live on through his children and grandchildren. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He had a passion for gardening, canning, and listening to music. He loved golf, enjoyed traveling the country in his RV and spending winters at his home in Wauchula, Florida. He was a lifetime member of the Freemasons ascending to the title of Past Master. He also belonged to the Independent Order of the Odd Fellows and held the position of Noble Grand. It is hard to sum up the life of such an extraordinary man in only a few words. He was truly bigger than life and will be dearly missed by all of his family and friends. A celebration of life is being planned for a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, Attention: Processing Center, P.O. Box 863765, Orlando, FL 32886 or online at www.lovetotherescue.org. Condolences may be sent online at www.mkdfuneralhome.com.
    Harvey Ray Cowham
  • Robert W. Smrcina, Jr. Robert (Bobby) W. Smrcina, Jr., age 56, of Caledonia, passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 24, 2021. He is survived by his daughter, Tabetha Lynn Smrcina; his mother, Valerie Joan Smrcina; sisters, Vicki Stratton, Joanne (Scott Peck) Smrcina, Tina (Tony) Larson. Nieces and nephews, Tracy (JL) Divers, Matt (Dustin Christensen) Bamm, Kristen (Andy) Abbott, Alex (Ayesha Husain) Larson, Sam (Monserrat Rodriguez Warden) Larson, Hayley (Julien) Lefèvre, Grace (Peter) Stitch. Many great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Robert W. Smrcina, Sr. and brother-in-law, DeWayne Stratton. Bob is a veteran of the Gulf War. He grew up in Montague and Wyoming, and spent many years living in Caledonia. He spent several years as a landscaper. He loved hunting, fishing and spending time out-of-doors. Bob was a kind and funny man and he will be greatly missed by anyone that had the pleasure of knowing and loving him. Bob the father and Bob the son are together again. May the Holy Spirit wrap them in heavenly peace. A celebration of Bob’s life will be held at a later date.
    Robert W. Smrcina, Jr.
  • Leslie James Sweeney Leslie “Jim” James Sweeney, age 66, of Hastings, passed away on February 3, 2021. Jim was born on July 11, 1954, the son of Leslie Leroy and Yvonne (James) Sweeney in Grand Rapids. Jim was a 1972 graduate of Thornapple Kellogg High School. On December 9, 2005, Jim married Candi Stow, and they enjoyed 15 years together. Jim was the owner/operator of Jim’s Pick-up Service, which he started in 1972 while a senior in high school. Jim loved spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. Jim was an avid car and motorcycle collector. He always had a need for speed and loved to take his cars and motorcycles to the drag strip to see how fast they could go, which resulted in him not being able to race his Grand National without a roll cage. When not racing, he loved to be a spectator at the strip. During Metro Cruise, he would enjoy meeting with family and watching the cars being driven, often driving one of his collector cars as well. He also enjoyed going to car, motorcycle and toy shows. Jim was preceded in death by his father, Leslie Sweeney; his grandparents, Leslie (Marie Welsh) Sweeney, Isabell (George) James; his first wife, LuAnn Fyan, Dick (Ruth) Hinckley, Luke Hinckley, Bob Hinckley, and Duane Windes. Jim is survived by his mother, Yvonne Sweeney; wife, Candi (Stow) Sweeney; children, Jennifer (Kevin) Nester, Michael Sweeney, Jesse Sweeney, Shelby (Douglas) Baker, Dillon Sweeney; grandchildren, Kiara Blough, Zellie Sweeney, Izzabella Sweeney, Leila Sweeney, Grady Sweeney, Khloe Baker, Nora Sweeney; siblings, Bill (Karen) Sweeney, Kelly (Charlie) Jenkins, Pat (Tracey) Sweeney, Les (Katrina) Sweeney; many nieces and nephews, and his dog, Bear. Visitation will be held on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Girrbach Funeral Home, 328 S. Broadway, Hastings, MI 49058 with a funeral service to follow. It will be livestreamed at www.Facebook.com/GirrbachFuneralHome. Interment will be at Irving Township Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, www.stjude.org, 262 Danny Thomas Place; Memphis, TN 38105. Arrangements by Girrbach Funeral Home. To leave an online condolence, visit www.girrbachfuneralhome.net.
    Leslie James Sweeney
  • Michael Christopher Murphy Michael Christopher Murphy, age 30, of Caledonia, passed into the arms of his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021. He graduated from Caledonia High School (class of 2008) and Davenport University. Michael was known as a good friend to many, but first and foremost, he was a child of God. He was an avid reader and enjoyed movies, board games and time with his friends. He will be lovingly remembered by his parents, Chris and Robin Murphy; brother, Kevin; grandparents, Larry and Nancy Murphy, Bob and Carol Diefenbaker; aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Memorial services will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021 at Thornapple Community Church, 3260 Thornapple River Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, with Rev. Kent Frens and Rev. Tim Dieffenbach officiating. Please reserve your spot by clicking here http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040444acac28a1f49-michael Live streaming of the service can be viewed at the church’s Youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk33XoH3YVwUa9A6hE2zcsw). Burial will be held at Lakeside Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet the family Saturday, Feb. 13, one hour prior to the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Michael’s memory to the Thornapple Community Church Education Fund. Condolences may be sent online at www.mkdfuneralhome.com.
    Michael Christopher Murphy
  • Bruce Allen Curths Bruce Allen Curths, age 76, of Middleville, passed away on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. He proudly served in the U.S. Army. Bruce loved his family, all sports including golf, and spending time with his friends. He was preceded in death by his wife, Regina; and parents, Alfred and Ruth (Barber) Curths. He will be deeply missed by his children, Chad (Lori) Curths, Heide Curths, Rori (Joe) Stevens, Zach Curths, Louise (Tye) Youmans; grandchildren, Danielle Jones, Eva Curths, Rori Love; brother, Gary (Barbara) Curths, sisters, Cheryl Sarjeant, Lynne (Carol) Curths; brother-in-law and sisters-in-law, John Hill, Wendy (Bill) Rohn, Molly Ladd, Julie Hill; nieces and nephews; and close friend, Nancy Snyder. The family will hold a celebration of life service later in the year. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
    Bruce Allen Curths
  • Kayla Kelly Kayla Kelly, age 30, on February 14, 2021, went to be with her Heavenly Father. Kayla was born on February 25, 1990 in Sandusky, MI, to Kevin Gordon and Jennifer Hampton (Corey). Her early years were spent growing up in Croswell, and was a graduate of Croswell-Lexington High School. She played softball, volleyball, basketball, and was in the yearbook club. Throughout her time in high school, she was also an honor student. Kayla attended Ferris State College in 2013 where she graduated with her bachelor’s degree in health care administrations. She was an active member and alumnae of the Zeta Nu chapter of Delta Zeta and was on the homecoming court in 2011. She was a dedicated employee of the State of Michigan as a welfare representative specialist and lived in Middleville. Kayla was the loving wife of Patrick Kelly and mother of Ava, Rowan, and Bria Kelly. She enjoyed baking the best and only cookies her family enjoyed and ate by the dozen! Crafting for her family and finding ways to make their house a home was a pastime of hers as well as seeing her kids laugh. Coffee coursed through Kayla as she enjoyed each cup in the morning and afternoon. She enjoyed nothing more than being an active part in her children’s lives and time spent away from home as a family. Kayla is survived by her parents: her husband, Patrick Kelly; her children, Ava, Rowan, and Bria; her siblings, Nevin Gordon, Kortney Chaskey (Chris), and Dominic Hampton. Kayla was preceded in death by her grandparents, Cora Lee Lamb Gordon, Robert Gordon, and Paul Newton. Visitation will be held on Saturday, Feb. 20, between 12:30-1:30 p.m. at Holy Family Parish in Caledonia, with a funeral mass to follow at 1:30 p.m. Flowers and condolences may be offered at 9669 Kraft Ave. SE Caledonia, MI. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her honor to Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center of Barry County, MI. She will be deeply missed by family, friends, and all who knew her.
    Kayla Kelly
  • Helen Dorothy Wingeier Helen Dorothy (Burgess) Wingeier, age 92, of Middleville, went home to be with her Lord on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021 at home surrounded by her family. Helen was born in Gaines Township and graduated from Caledonia. She became a teacher at the age of 18 and taught in one room schools for a few years before marrying and starting her family. She married Anton (Tony) Wingeier and they enjoyed 69 years of wedded bliss. Tony preceded her in death in 2019. Helen was also preceded in death by daughter, Lucinda Jo; granddaughter, Jessica Dettmann; brothers, Muriel, Robert and Lyle; and sister, Ruth Graham. She will be lovingly remembered by her children, Laura and Ron Dettmann, Lisa and Don Johnson, Anton Lee and Angel Wingeier, Darcy and Clayton Weesie and Christian and Lynnette Wingeier; 13 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Also surviving is her sister, Jean VandenBos and several nieces and nephews. Helen was truly a servant of God and a blessing to anyone that knew her. She was always busy and helping others no matter what was needed, kind hearted and knowledgeable and all with a quick wit and sense of humor. She enjoyed acting with the Village Players of Middleville for several years and her cinnamon rolls for the Easter breakfast at Peace were always a big hit. Special thanks to the loving care provided by Jeanette, the gals from Luminate Home Care and Elara Caring Hospice. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, at Peace Church, 6950 Cherry Valley, Middleville, with Rev. Nate Harney officiating. Burial Mt. Hope Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet the family Monday from 4-7 p.m. at Matthysse Kuiper DeGraaf Funeral Home, 616 E. Main St. SE, Caledonia, and also one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at church. (note: service will be limited in size due to COVID-19 restrictions, the service will be live streamed and available for viewing on the churches website). Those who wish may make memorial contributions to Peace Church where Helen was a charter member and Elara Caring Hospice.
    Helen Dorothy Wingeier
  • Russel Allen Adams Russel Allen Adams, age 49, of Hastings, has gone to be with his Lord Jesus Christ and Savior in Heaven after passing away unexpectedly on February 26, 2021. He is no longer suffering and will be spending eternity worshiping his savior Jesus Christ. Russel was born on October 19, 1971 in Grand Rapids, to Arden and Ruth (Steele) Adams. Russel graduated from Hastings High School in 1990. He enjoyed being with his family and serving his Lord. Russel could often be found spending time outdoors, hunting, and fishing. He was also an avid gun enthusiast collecting many different kinds of guns. He will be missed by his parents, Arden and Ruth (Steele) Adams; brother, Arden Dale (LeAnn) Adams; sisters, Kellie (David) Thompson, Shanon (James) Paul; nieces and nephews: Ashlie (Michael) Riley, Nichole Thompson, Maci (Travis) Cooper, DJ Thompson, Brandon Riley, Emma Riley; great nephews and nieces, Rachael, KaraLynn and Matthew Riley, Cade and Sydney Cooper; and many friends and brothers and sisters in Christ from Orangeville Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his grandparents and several aunts and uncles. Russel’s family received friends on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at Orangeville Baptist Church where his funeral service was conducted. Pastor Andrew Manwarren and Pastor Dan Bowman officiated. Private burial took place in Rutland Cemetery. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or leave a condolence message for Russel’s family.
    Russel Allen Adams
  • Logan Michael Kimbrue Logan Michael Kimbrue, age 18, of Middleville, passed away unexpectedly on March 10, 2021. Logan was born on August 1, 2002 in Hastings, the son of Shannon Kimbrue and Marisa Calloway. Logan was a 2020 graduate of Thornapple Kellogg Schools where he enjoyed playing football. He was currently attending GRCC, majoring in engineering. Most recently he was employed by Three Brothers Pizza. Logan enjoyed golfing, fishing, snowboarding, playing cornhole, and hanging out with friends and family. He loved watching sports, especially his beloved University of Michigan Wolverines sports teams and could give you any up to date professional or college sports stats. Logan is survived by his parents, Shannon (Stacey) Kimbrue and Marisa (EJ) Calloway; sister, Ava Calloway; brothers, Rage and Eston Sheldon; grandparents, Dale and Linda Kelly, Ken and Deb Calloway, Richard Bassett and Lee Bassett; aunts: Jodi (Coy) Overholt, Tia (Donnie) Reed, and Melinda Gummo; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Logan’s family will receive friends on Thursday, March 18, 3 to 8 p.m. at Peace Church where his memorial service will be conducted on Friday, March 19, 2021 at 11 a.m., Pastor Ryan Kimmel, officiating. Seating will be limited and the family encourages you to join them via livestream on the church’s website, www.peacechurch.cc. Memorial contributions to the Thornapple Kellogg Athletic Boosters for TK football will be appreciated. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or to leave a condolence message for Logan’s family.
    Logan Michael Kimbrue
  • Larry Dean Lewis On March 8, 2021, Larry Dean Lewis went to his heavenly home. Larry was born on January 13, 1949 to Foster and Betty Lewis in Caledonia, where he lived his whole life. Larry was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He loved the Lord, and was active at his church. He was proud to continue the tradition of farming the same corner as his family had for more than 140 years as seen on his 4th of July float pulled by his favorite tractor decorated to show his love of country. He enjoyed going out West pheasant hunting. He loved his grandkids, and was very proud of them. They are his best crop yet. He is survived by his wife, Christine Lewis; his five children, Angela (Brian) Rushlow, Dean (Darcey) Lewis, Matt (Stephani) Lewis, Tim (Mary) Smith, and Ed (Sherri) Smith; his 13 grandchildren; and two sisters, Linda Boot, and Luann Lewis-Snyder; and his mother-in-law, Theressa Noffke. He was preceded in death by his parents, Foster and Betty Lewis; his father-in-law, Ralph (Betty) Noffke; and his grandson, John Thomas Smith. Funeral services were held Friday, March 12, 2021 at Gaines Church, 1612 92nd St. SE, Caledonia, with Rev. Kelly Burnside officiating. Burial at Hooker Cemetery. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to Faith Hospice or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Condolences may be sent online at www.mkdfuneralhome.com.
    Larry Dean Lewis
  • Gary Arthur Collins Gary Arthur Collins passed away March 13, 2021 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Gary was born May 1, 1977 in Kent County. Those who knew Gary will deeply miss his funny, crazy, outgoing personality. Gary was a free spirited being, who enjoyed in depth conversations. He definitely had the gift to talk, a smile that would light up the room, and a very contagious laugh. Gary was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Don Collins, and Cecil Gallup.; great grandmother, DeEtte Baker and his K-9 best bud, Diesel. Gary is survived by his mother, Lori Fenstemaker; father, Gary Gallup; siblings brothers, Dustin Jaworowski, Aaron Fenstemaker; sisters, Holly (DJ) Shephard, and Megan Fenstemaker; nephews, Bryson and Kayden and niece, Brielle; girlfriend Anna Rose; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. A celebration of life for Gary will be held at a later date.
    Gary Arthur Collins
  • Michael Patrick Cravero, Jr. Michael Patrick Cravero, Jr., age 78, of Middleville, passed away on March 28, 2021. Michael was born on September 24, 1942, the son of Michael P. and Doris (Mihalciuc) Cravero, Sr. Michael was a graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Royal Oak. He served in the Michigan National Guard and worked for Bradford White Corporation. On April 11, 1970, Michael married Cheryl Pence, and they enjoyed 50 years together. Michael liked to hunt, fish and golf. He was a member of the Michigan Historical Society and the Middleville United Methodist Church. Michael was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Cheryl D. Cravero; daughters, Amy (Chuck) Christensen and Emily Cravero; granddaughter, Claire Christensen; grandson, Kyle Christensen; sister-in-law, Rebecca Pence Uran and brother-in-law, Robert Uran. A funeral service was held Thursday, April 1, 2021 at the Middleville United Methodist Church, 111 Church Street; Middleville, MI 49333. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Michael’s honor can be made to the Thornapple Township Emergency Services (TTES), c/o Thornapple Township, PO Box 459; Middleville, MI 49333 (put Mike Cravero in the Memo Field of the Check). Arrangements by Girrbach Funeral Home. To leave an online condolence visit www.girrbachfuneralhome.com.
    Michael Patrick Cravero, Jr.
  • Nina E. Herring Nina E. (Sites) Herring, age 86, formerly of Lakeview Drive, Gettysburg, PA, departed this life on March 30, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Herring was the wife of the late Fred M. Herring and the daughter of the late John W. and Daisy (Currens) Sites. She was born on May 22, 1934 in the Mt. Hope area of Fairfield, PA. Nina was a member of St. John Lutheran Church of Fairfield since the 1970’s after living in West Virginia and Michigan and attending Methodist churches at those locations where she was involved as a Sunday School and Bible School teacher. She also served the community as a Cub Scout leader and United Way volunteer. She had been active in her support of St. John by serving on the alter guild and ushering on a regular basis. A 1952 graduate of Gettysburg High School, Nina had been a dedicated wife and mother. She supported her husband in his career efforts, guided her sons into successful adulthood and assisted in the care of her father, her aunts and her mother-in-law. She will be remembered for her love of family and friends, especially for the fun times with her golf and bridge players. An avid golfer, she was a longtime member of the Gettysburg Country Club and also enjoyed golfing with her Good Friends traveling group. She also enjoyed traveling which took her to most states and many foreign countries. She is survived by her two sons and their wives, Dr. Chris and Cindy Herring of Caledonia, and David and Norma Herring of Gettysburg, PA; three grandchildren and their spouses, Jennifer and David Dakin of Byron Center, Amy and Ryan Adams of Dewitt, and John Herring of Muskegon; five great-granddaughters and one great-grandson, Annalyn, Jordan and Harper Dakin, and Natalie, Ava and Landon Adams. Also surviving are her sister and husband, Lorraine and Carroll Wilt of Gettysburg, PA, and brother and wife, John W. Sites, Jr. and Joan of Ellicott City, MD. Nina was preceded in death by two infant sons; her much beloved husband, Fred; sister, Faye Slusser of Fairfield, PA. A memorial service and interment for Fred and Nina will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at the Fairfield Union Cemetery, Fairfield, PA. The family will receive friends at the cemetery prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be directed to St. John Lutheran Church in Fairfield, PA. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or to leave a condolence message for Nina’s family.
    Nina E. Herring
  • William Mark Schenkel William “Bill” Mark Schenkel was greeted in Heaven on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 by his dad, Fred; mom, Sandra; brother, Rick; sister, Sandy (Sis); and crazy fur baby, Shelby. Bill will be remembered by brother, Fred (Pam); sister-in-law, Denise; nieces: Ricci (Frank), Brandie; nephews: Eric, Benjamin; great nephew, Christian; dearest lifelong friend, Sharla; and many family and friends. Billy’s life began on January 23, 1967. He was a 1985 TK graduate. Bill was a musician whose adventures led him to be known as “Wild Bill from Middleville”. He moved to Florida in 2003 to be closer to Sis. Due to medical reasons, yet still jamming, he returned back to Middleville in 2017. “Wilbur”, as Sis called him, had a funny sense of humor, keen insight for music, incredible song writing abilities, and played numerous instruments- excelling at the guitar. Bill’s gift for music was proven by the way he performed Neil Young’s music. Sandra adored Billy’s musical techniques, but Fred (Fritz) maybe not so much. Bill’s Farewell Tour will take place on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at Fred and Pam’s home from 2pm-6pm. Please wear a concert shirt and let’s reminisce. Per Bill’s request, please bring your own smoke. Due to COVID, no sharing. KEEP ON ROCKIN’ IN THE FREE WORLD. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or to leave a condolence for Bill’s family.
    William Mark Schenkel
  • Arleen Stauffer Arleen “Hattie” Stauffer, age 92, of Middleville, went to her heavenly home on Sunday, March 21, 2021. She grew up in Jamestown. She and her husband ran a bicentennial dairy farm in Caledonia. She enjoyed tennis, bowling, playing cards, and especially spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Austin (Wilbur) Stauffer; her son, Danny Lou Stauffer; great-grandson, Zachary Bolt; siblings: Beverly Moseler, Bud Beek. She will be lovingly remembered by her children, Larry Lee and Hendricka Stauffer, Barbara Lynn and Ronald Venema; daughter-in-law, Janice Stauffer; six grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; 11 great great grandchildren; siblings: Ronald and Doris Beek, Harold and Mary Beek. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at Peace Church, 6950 Cherry Valley Rd., Middleville, with Rev. Nate Harney officiating. Relatives and friends may meet the family at the church from 10-10:45 a.m. prior to the service. Burial will be held at Lakeside Cemetery. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to Peace Church Music Department. Condolences may be sent online at www.mkdfuneralhome.com.
    Arleen Stauffer
  • Susan Stocker On the morning of Saturday, March 27, 2021, Susan “Sue” Stocker (Fawcett), loving wife, mother of three and grandmother of nine, passed away at the age of 74. Sue was born on April 12, 1947 in Newark, NJ to Hugh and Margaret (Hageman) Fawcett. She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Ralph Stocker; her three sons Marc (Sara), Brad (Jamie), and Ralph (Janet); and her nine grandchildren. From Haslett, MI to Panama, Sue was always able to make a quick friend wherever she went (something that came in useful as a military wife) and she kept in touch with friends and family no matter how far apart they moved. Sue enjoyed spending summers at the family cottage on Basset Lake in Middleville, making great memories of swimming, fishing, playing games and enjoying each other’s company. She was a Michigan State Spartan fan through and through - even saying “Go Green Go White” right near the end. Her family takes comfort in the fact that she is likely sitting at the beach in heaven and already digging into an endless supply of clams on the half shell and garlic bologna. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Friends of Veterans Memorial, Middleville, MI. A memorial service will be planned for later in the year and friends/family will be notified of arrangements. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to leave a condolence message or share a memory for Sue’s family.
    Susan Stocker
  • Wallace Brock Ward Wallace “Wallie” Brock Ward, age 94, of Caledonia passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 25, 2021. He was preceded in death by his parents, Byron and Helen (Sherk) Ward; brothers, Hugh (Mary) Ward, J. Richard (Lucena) Ward. He will be dearly missed by his wife of 73 years, Betty (Denise) Ward; children Robert (Bonnie) Ward, Steven (Melanie) Ward, Barbara (Robert) Troost, Christine (Sam) Bull; grandchildren, Brian (Anna) Ward, Belinda (fiance, Jonnathan Jackson) Ward, Michael (Samantha) Troost, Kevin (Katie) Troost; great grandchildren, Lydia Ward, Isaac Ward, Ethan Ward, Aaron Ward, Owen Ward, Nora Troost, Lucas Troost and Brock Troost; and several nieces and nephews. Wallie enjoyed farming, tractor and engine shows, camping, family gatherings, bus tours, and trips to the Red Shack. A private family funeral service was held Monday, March 29, 2021 at Matthysse Kuiper DeGraaf Funeral Home, 616 E. Main St. SE, Caledonia. Burial will be held at Alaska Cemetery. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.
    Wallace Brock Ward
  • Lois Corrine Bremer Lois Corrine Bremer, age 94, of Middleville, took her final peaceful breaths on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021 in her own bed surrounded by her loved ones. While all in this world may not have been prepared, Lois was ready to be called home by the Lord she loved and trusted. She is the last of the 12 children of Frank and Jennie Ruiter to join their parents in Heaven where she will also be reunited with her husband Thomas John Bremer, who passed in 1986 after 38 years of marriage, and her son Pastor Kenneth John Bremer who left this Earth a year ago. Lois was born July 14, 1926, the tenth of Frank and Jennie’s dozen children. She married Tom Sept. 25, 1948. Lois and Tom were introduced by Tom’s older brother John in Chicago, and they were married within a couple years. After starting their family in Illinois, they were drawn to the edge of where the prairie meets the forest between Middleville and Yankee Springs. Lois’ sister Alice Steiner lived there with her husband Fred “Fritz” Steiner. The two couples joined forces to settle in Michigan, with six children among them at the time. Lois and Tom moved into a home in town in Middleville where they lived until 1959 when they moved into the farm house neighboring Alice and Fritz. Lois and Tom lived there and raised their seven children over the next 30 years. Lois moved back to town after Tom’s passing. The two families shared the tradition of hosting a Ruiter Family Reunion each summer at their homes, a tradition that still lives on with more than 100 descendants of Frank and Jennie gathering each June. As well as being a wife, sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend, Lois spent time as the recording secretary for the Village of Middleville planning commission, the Thornapple Township Board of Trustees and the Thornapple Township Planning Commission. She volunteered at Charlton Park for more than 20 years, worked for 11 years as the secretary at the Middleville United Methodist Church, and at the Sun and News for 17 years when the newspaper was headquartered in downtown Middleville. She regularly volunteered for community blood drives and to work elections at several local municipalities - and reportedly there were never any accusations of election fraud under her watch. She transitioned from the typewriter to the computer in her 80s when she was asked by the Village of Middleville to take the position of recording secretary for the planning commission. Lois lived her faith with a servant’s heart. She was raised Christian Reformed and joined the Methodist Church when she moved to Middleville in the 1950s. She taught Sunday school, helped with church bazaars, and was active in United Methodist Women. She was a part of the Snuggli Quilters and also enjoyed her time as a member of the Red Hat Ladies. Lois was always surrounded by angels and sent them off on missions for all who needed them, whether they knew it or not. Not necessarily a thrill seeker, she took a guardian angel along herself for travels across the country to visit family and across the Atlantic to the Netherlands and eastern Europe. Lois took adventures in a hot air balloon, a stage coach, a glider and occasionally across Main Street near the Thornapple River on her battery-powered scooter with a great grandchild co-piloting on her lap. Her life touched all the senses of those that came in contact with her. There were the tastes and smells of dozens of loaves of fresh white bread and cinnamon rolls on the table at home, glazed doughnuts in the United Methodist Church basement, a Wonka-esqe variety of hard candy during the holidays, pizza with cornmeal dusted crust on Christmas Eve, oilie koeken on New Year’s Day, waffles for a Sunday supper and bacon buns, Swedish meatballs and kuglis at every conceivable family get-together (all recipes happily handed down to children and grandchildren). Rainbows danced across the kitchen from the sun-catchers spinning in her windows; red, blue, yellow and green bubble lights gave the illusion motion to her Christmas tree while reflecting their light off her milk glass collection; and brightly colored eggs danced on their strings in the wind as the lilac bushes began to bud each Easter. There was often the quiet hum of a hymn, a vibration one could feel as much as hear, as her rocking chair creaked in her corner where she had her windows out into the world. Around that world there are people snuggled underneath one of her quilts or supported by one of the mats she weaved out of repurposed grocery bags. Lois is survived by her children: Mike and Janette Bremer, David and Colleen Bremer, Vicky (Idema) Bremer, Susan and Dave Enders, Frances and Daniel Tobin, Thomas and Brenda Bremer, and John and Kellie Bremer; 20 grandchildren; 31 great grandchildren; and an extended family tree with branches so wide and roots so deep that they won’t fit on these pages. She was preceded in death by her parents, seven sisters and four brothers, as well as her husband Tom, son Ken and grandson John Ben. A funeral service is planned for Saturday, April 10, at 2 p.m. with the Reverend Dave McBride presiding at the Middleville United Methodist Church. A visitation will begin at 1 p.m., an hour prior to the service. Lois will be buried beside her husband Tom at Mount Hope Cemetery in Middleville at a private family service Monday. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Middleville United Methodist Church. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or to leave a condolence message for Lois’ family. Arrangements made by Beeler-Gores Funeral Home in Middleville
    Lois Corrine Bremer
  • Betsy Lapham Betsy Lapham, age 80, of Middleville, passed away peacefully at Green Acres in Wayland on April 2, 2021. Betsy was born on October 10, 1940 in Lawrence, to Ralph and Celena (Carpenter) Anderson. Betsy married the love of her life, Paul E. Lapham, on December 2, 1978, and together they shared 43 wonderful years. She spent most of her time as a homemaker. In her spare time, she enjoyed being outdoors cultivating and caring for her flowers. Betsy and Paul worked side by side in the yard and garden and she was known to can the fruits of their labor. Betsy discovered her passion for quilting and was an avid quilter for many years. She created several works of art that she gifted to family and friends, never using a machine to complete her creations. Each piece was sewn lovingly by hand. Most important to Betsy was her family, and she especially loved spending time with her grandchildren. Betsy is survived by her loving husband, Paul; children, Robert (Valerie) Flynn, Patricia (James) Naru, Jennifer (husband-like-person, Todd Rule) Flynn, Leigh (James) Trine, Kelvin (Rita) Lapham, Kris Lapham, Kathy (Dominic) Hossler, Kirk (Julie) Lapham; 12 grandchildren; six great grandchildren; siblings: David Anderson, Judith Anderson, Martha Borek, Donna Anderson; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Steve Anderson. Services are being planned for later this summer. Burial will take place in Hooker Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made for the benefit of Interim Hospice to the A. Raymond Kalliel Hospice Foundation, 1971 E. Beltline NE., Ste. 219, Grand Rapids, MI 49525. Please visit www.beelergoresfuneral.com to share a memory or to leave a condolence message for Betsy’s family.
    Betsy Lapham
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