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These cards were courses that target treatment know chained behaviors the Federated Church officiate. Burial follow Hill Cemetery, lieu of flowers, memorials be made to the Federated Church General Fund., went to be with the Lord on 11, at 4 a.m. He passed away at the Orchard Grove Nursing Home Harbor. Rev. McClain Sr. served as a pastor at First Missionary Baptist Church Covert for 42 years. He retired of 2005. He was preceded death by his wife, McClain; his McClain; his grandson, Frazier; father, McClain; mother, McClain; sisters, Hawthron Manajure McDowell, McClain and Payne. He is survived by his children sons, McClain Jr. of Bronx, N.Y., and McClain Sr. of Harbor; daughter, Orr of sisters, McClain and McClain, all of Mississippi; brother, McClain of Chicago; and a host of grandkids; great-grandkids; and great-great-grandkids. Funeral services be Saturday, 17, at First Missionary Baptist Church, 141 W. M-140 Highway, Covert, at 11 a.m. Wake be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the church. Burial be Hill Cemetery, Final arrangements entrusted to Robbins Brothers Funeral Home, Harbor. Age 64, of Holland, Mich., formerly of and South Haven, died 4, at home. He was born Sept. 14, Chicago, to C. and Sloane. graduated from Bangor High School 1961. worked as a book, insurance, and meat salesman. He was preceded death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Sloane of Holland; two stepsons, Bruton and both of Holland; stepdaughter, LaShond Bruton of Atlanta; three grandchildren; two brothers, Sloane of and Jacobozzi of Downers Grove, Ill.; three sisters, Fistel of Los Calif., Rosenberger of Wisconsin, and of Downers Grove, Ill. Funeral services be Friday, 9, at 12 p.m. at the Filbrandt Family Funeral Home, South Haven, with Pastor Sanders officiating. Visitation be from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home. Kindly share your thoughts and memories on the family's online guest book at married Vik C. Malling, on 31, at Medina Air Base Texas. was a devoted military wife who persevered through moves, wars, and deployments. Despite not being able to put down roots, she made every house a home. Recognizing the need after Desert Storm, she helped implement a Family Services program for other Air Force spouses to prepare them for deployments. 's nurturing ways extended to her of gardening, her career choices and of course her family. She enjoyed spoiling her three granddaughter's as well as traveling around the world with her husband, and seeing the country by RV. also enjoyed NASCAR racing and was affectionately known by their friends of the Good 's RV club as NASCAR Nana. is survived by her husband, Vik; three children, Moan, Kristi Malling and Malling; three granddaughters, McVicker, Malling and Moan, all of the area; and sisters, of Mich., of South Bend, Ind., and of Mich. She was preceded death by her parents and sisters, Rush and Funeral Services be held at UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 425 E. Main St., Mich., 49057, at 11 a.m., on 17, with the Pastor Flaherty presiding. Visitation be held at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made 's name to the non-profit organization, AFSA online at or mailed to: AFSA, P.O. Box 32698, Tucson, AZ, 85751. as she was known to all who knew her, was born 22, Hayti, Mo., the daughter of Rothart and Bernice O'neill, both of whom preceded her passing. She was also preceded by her husband, E. on Nov. 6; two sons, Earnest and Ronnie two daughters, and three brothers, Harvey, and Archie; and two sisters, Faye and is survived by six daughters, Burgess of Mountain Home, Ark., Confer and Miracle, both of Dowagiac, Swift of Keeler, of Dowagiac and Cherry of Bangor; four sons, of Mountain Home, Ark., of Dowagiac, of Niles and of Dowagiac. was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She is cherished by friends and family and known to all who knew her as a wise, thoughtful, caring and filled woman. She was considered to be a second mother by was avid storyteller and would captivate her grandchildren and others with stories of her life as a girl during the depression Throughout health and life challenges, always maintained her strong inspirational and positive outlook. Left to mourn her loss are her devoted husband of 63 years, Philip; sons Phil G. Pullins of Morley, of TN; of Hendersonville, TN; and daughter Debra Hermann of Harbor, be dearly missed by her grandchildren Ronda Pullins, Morley, Pullins of TN; Pullins of Hendersonville, TN and and Hermann of Harbor, keeping with 's wishes, she has been cremated. A Memorial Mass of Burial be held at St. Catholic Church, 211 Church St., St. at 11 AM Friday 11, followed by fellowship and visitation to celebrate her life at the Center. Memorials be made 's memory to Lake Michigan Catholic Schools. Those wishing to share a memory or sign the guest book online do at age 47, of Bangor passed away Monday, 24, at Countryside Nursing and Rehabilitation Community, South Haven. Memorial Mass take place 10 a.m. Monday, 7, at Sacred Heart Church, Bangor, with Fr. celebrant. Burial of cremains follow Arlington Hill Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to the Association of Retarded Citizens. Arrangements by Bangor Chapel, D.L. Funeral Home. was born 10, Kalamazoo, the daughter