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Carol Jane Tebo Mrs. Carol Jane Tebo, 53, Young will be traveling to Battle Creek the first week- end of November for the annual get-together of the Michigan contingent of Re-Member. They also plan a trip to South Dakota in May to help build the first building at the new Re-member compound. Please feel free to join us anySundayat 10:30 a.m. as we worship our Lord. You are always welcome here. Members and guests of St. John Lutheran Church, Hillman observed the 22nd Sunday after Pente- cost last Sunday. Thank you to Lee, edcki and Beth for assisting Pastor Mandleywith the morning worship service. Next Sunday at 11 a.m. the LWML will hold their quarterlymeeting and pot- luck dinner. All are wel- come to attend the meet- ing, enjoy a delicious lunch, and fellowship and learn what the organiza- tion is all about. Friends of St. John's Lutheran Children's Cen- ter will host their Fall Gala Fundraiser on Saturday,- Nov. 2 at the Hillman Com- munity Center. Doors will open at 5:30 and dinner will be served at 6:30. Fea- tured will be a live auction, raffles, 50/50 drawings and live music. Tickets can be purchased by contacting Janette at 742-2026, Liz at 742-3816 or Amy at 657- 4945. Happybirthdaythisweek to Les Kranzo, Janet Strohschein, Larry Stroh- schein, Emily VanDusen, Lance Safford and Jill Friant. At the Community Bap- tist Church of Hillman Pastor Killion's message was about being prepared for Christ's coming. We will be traveling to Knaebe's Apple Orchard on October 26. Meet at 11 a.m. at the church. On Oc- tober 31 there will be a Har- vest Party at 5:30 p.m. Par- ents and children are wel- come. On November 16 we will be having a fall give- away from 9 a.m. until noon. Please continue to pray for Pastor Killion and his family. Pray for the un- saved, the starving, the homeless, and the shut- ins, our country and its leaders, and our past and present military personnel and their loved ones. May God keep his hand of pro- tection on us. Remember to thank him for his bless- ings. Berneita Jean Zolman Mrs. Bemeita Jean Zolman, 80, of Atlanta, Michigan passed away on October 17, 2013 at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City. She was born to the late, William and Ella (Whaley) South on January 5, 1933. Bemeita resided in Atlanta for 30 years, formerly of Flint. She worked as an LPN at the Pontiac General Hospital for manyyears. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW in Davison. She enjoyed quilting, making calendars and crafting. Above all, she enjoyed her time spent with family and friends and will be greatly missed. She is survived by daughter Bonnie Kay Zolman-Pe- ters-Gouin of Rexton, Michigan; sons, Bruce (Thea) Zolman of Atlanta, Gary Zolman of Comer, Georgia, and Gregory (Regina) Zolman of Wellsburg, West Virginia; grandchildren; Christopher and Joshua Zolman, both of Wellsburg, West Virginia, Dallas Peters, Randy Peters, Cliff Peters, Chad Peters, Chris Peters, Desera Gouin, Ruth Ann Zolman, and Judy Zolman, all of Michigan; 28 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; sis- ters, Lucille Irelan of Metamora, Flora Irelan of Metamora, Beatrice Hockey of Lapeer; Helen Eagleson of Onaway, and Lilly Callan of California; brothers, Wil- liam South of Orlando, Florida, Evert (Joan) South of Lapeer, and Eddy South of Kentucky. Bemeita was preceded in death by her parents, William and Ella South; a brother, Elvin Dale South; brother-in- laws, William Henry Irelan, Lenord Irelan, and Jerry Hockey; and sister-in-law, Anna Burns South. As were her wishes, cremation has taken place and there are no services planned for Mrs. Zolman at this time. Arrangements were entrusted to the Green Funeral Home. Condolence messages can be sent via our website, www.greenfuneralhomes.com. THINK OF IT AS AN OWNER'S MANUAL FOR YOUR MONEY. The free Consumer Action Handbook. In print and online at ConsumerAction.gov, it's the everyday guide to getting the most for your hard-earned money. For your free copy, order online at ConsumerAction.gov; write to Handbook, Pueblo, CO 81009; or call toll-free 1 (888) 8 PUEBLO. A public service me,,ge from the U.S. General Services Administration.' ofHiUman, MI, passed away on October 19, 2013 at MediLodge Nursing Home in Hillman. She was born on March 2, 1960 to Ralph and Amy Banks in Alpena, MI. She lived most of her life in the Hillman area. Carol was strong in her Christian faith. She enjoyed arts and crafts and she was always making things. She also enjoyed to draw and collect, especially clothes and purses. She always liked to make Christmas cookies and candies for family and friends. Above all else, she loved being a Nana to her grandchildren. Carol is survived by her daughter Samantha (Nathan) Stevens of Lachine, MI; sons, Chuck Banks of Wyoming and Mileaway (Kathryn) Southerland of Hillman; grand- children, Cagney, Bubba, Savanah, Kelli, Eric, Piper, and Emma; brothers, Tim, Keith, and Ralph Banks, all of HiUman; sisters, Susan (Mark) Brainard of Adrian, MI and Yvonne Kellogg of Hillman; and numerous nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband George; her parents, Ralph and Amy; and six brothers and sisters. Funeral services for Mrs. Tebo will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at the Green Funeral Home, Hillman, Michigan, Pastor Dave Hill officiating. Visita- tion will take place from 11 a.m. until time of service at the funeral home. In lieu of fowers, memorials can be made me made to the Tebo family. Condolence messages can be sent via our website, www.greenfimeralhomes.com. Zachary Ishmael Charles Nicholas Zachary "Zac" Ishmael Charles Nicholas of Bay City, formeflyofAtlanta, MI, went to be with his Lord and Savior on September 28, 2013, where he was met at the Eastern Gate by his fa- ther, Iackie "Jack" Leroy Nicholas, and his two grandmothers, Agnes Campbell and Donna Faye Cobb. Zachary Ishmael Charles Nicholas was bomApri125, 1988 in Wilmington, N.C. He was a 2009 Atlanta High School graduate in Atlanta, MI. Surviving are his four children, Alijo, Hunter, Tylergarett, Selena Elizabeth Rose, and his special friend, Cassandra Jacobs. Also surviving is his mother, Gerri (Campbell) Nicholas; his grandparents, Charles Campbell Sr. and his wife, Donna; five brothers and five sisters, Troy (Jackie) Nicholas, Tanja Nicholas, Heidi (Michael) VanHorn, Jessie (Kurtis) Norton, SaraBrooke (jerrod), Holly, Adam, Westonlee, Austin Nicholas, and Logan. He leaves four nieces, three nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Funeral and committal services took place October 2. 2013 from the Squire Funeral Home with Zac's uncle, Pastor Charles F. Campbell Jr., officiating. In lieu of flowers, those planning an expression of sym- pathy are asked to consider BayValley Christian Church, Attn: Zachary Nicholas Funeral Fund, 2535 East Wilder Rd., Bay City, M148706. Arrangements were entrusted to Squires Funeral Home. Charlie Roy Armstrong Mr. Charlie Roy Armstrong, 60, of Hillman, Michigan, passed awayat his home on October 6, 2013. Hewas born to the late Arnold and Helen (Allen) Armstrong in Pontiac, Michigan on January 15, 1953. He married wife Peggi (SuRer) Armstrong in Lapeer, Michigan on March 21, 2006. He has lived in Hillman for the last seven years, formerly of North Branch. Charlie retired from General Motors Truck and Bus Plant in Pontiac after 32 years of service. He was a member of Narcotics Anonymous and was very proud of being clean for many years. He enjoyed his motorcycle and riding out to Sturgis, as well as working on cars and farming. He is survived by wife Peggi Armstrong of Hillman; daughter, Michelle of British Columbia, Canada; 2 grandchildren; brothers, JackArmstrong of Pontiac and RussellArmstrong of Mancelona; sisters, Gloria Smith of Pontiac, Donna Armstrong of Mancelona and Brenda Armstrong of Oregon. As were his wishes, cremation has taken place and there are no services planned for Mr. Armstrong at this time. Arrangements were entrusted to the Green Funeral Home. Condolence messages can be sent via our website, www.greenflmeralhomes.com. Wednesday, October 23, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 13 Ronald Marvin Guy Mr. Ronald Marvin Guy, 68, of Hillman, Michigan, passed away on October 15, 2013 at MediLodge of HiUman. He was born in Alpena, Michigan to the late Marvin and Mary (Pillsbury) Guy on April 12, 1945. Ronald resided in Hillman most of his life. He was also a proud veteran of the United States Air Force. He married wife Judith (Richiert) Guy in Hillman on October 31, 1991. Ron worked at Homant Oil in Hillman for many years. He was amember oftheWheels Club of Northeast Michi- gan, and also the Hillman VFW Post 2356. He enjoyed watching sports on television and was a big NASCAR fan, as well as the Green Bay Packers. He loved animals and used to enjoy deer hunting and telling an occasional joke or two. Above everything, he enjoyed his time spent with family and friends and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He is survived by loving wife, Judith Guy of Hillman; stepsons, David Briley of Hillman and Douglas (Jenna) Briley of Mississippi; grandchildren, Christopher, Keira, and Justin; and brothers, Jerry (Kim) Grosinsky and Randy Grosinsky, both of Hillman. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Marvin and Mary Guy. A memorial service for Mr. Guy was held at the Hillman VFW Hall on October 17, 2013 at 2 p.m. Interment took place at Hillman Rust Twp Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to the Green Funeral Home. Condolence messages can be sent via our website, www.greenfuneralhomes.com. Mary E Alsobrooks Mary F. Alsobrooks, 66, of Lewiston, MI, passed away on October 13, 2013 at home surrounded by family and friends. We will miss her presence in our lives as a loving wife and friend and for her generosity with oth- ers. Mary and her husband Glen owned and operated Century 21 Northeast Real- ity in Lewiston for over 26 years. Mary loved living in the Lewiston area and was active in many organiza- tions. She was a past president of the Lewiston Area Chamber of Commerce and twice past president of the Lewiston Lioness. Mary was also on the Montmorency County Library Board and Habitat for Humanity. She particularly liked projects involving school children, like the back pack and bicycle glve-aways. One of Mary's greatest loves was walking in the woods and spending time with her four dogs. Mary is survived by her husband, Glen; brother, John (Deborah) Marciniak of West Lafayette, Indiana; sister, Carol Ellinger of Port Hueneme, CA; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Lucille Marciniak; and sister, Maxine Marciniak. As were her wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be a family burial at St Francis Catholic Cem- etery at a later date. It is Mary's wishes that any memorials be made in her honor to the Elk CountryAmmal Shelter or to Hospice of Michigan. Arrangements were entrusted to the Green Funeral Home. Condolence messages can be sent via our website, www.greenfuneralhomes.com. Verna June Prince Mrs. Vema June Prince, 89, of Atlanta, Michigan, passed away on October 16, 2013 at Hillman's Haven. She was bom in Erin Township, Michigan to the late Vemon and Ona (Ouderkirk) Todd on June 1, 1924. She married the late Charles Prince in Napolean, Ohio on January 30,1942, " and they shared manywonderfulyears together before his passing. Verna resided in Atlanta for almost 40 years, formerly of Milford. She used to love to camp all over Michigan and took a few trips across the states as well. She was an avid reader and enjoyed crafting, including crocheting and plastic canvas. Verna will be missed dearlyby all who knew her and loved her. She is survived by son Russell (Dot) Prince of Tennessee; daughters, Bonnie (Dennis) Spring of Durand and Jackie (Robert) Thibeault of Presque Isle; and numerous grand- children and great-grandchildren. -, She was preceded in death by her parents, Vemon and Ona; husband, Charles and daughter, Audrey Prince. As were her wishes, cremation has taken place and there are no services planned for Mrs. Prince at this time. Arrangements were entrusted to the Green Funeral Home. Condolence messages can be sent via our website, www'greenfuneralhmes'cm"