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November 7, 1941 – August 28, 2014

Broken Chain

We little knew that morning that

God would call your name.

In life we loved you dearly,

In death we do the same.

It broke our hearts to lose you,

You did not go alone.

For part of us went with you,

The day God called you home.

You left us peaceful memories,

Your love is still our guide.

And though we cannot see you,

You are always by our side.

Our family chain is broken,

And nothing seems the same.

But as God calls us one by one,

The chain will link again.

Five years have passed.

Dearly loved and sadly missed by wife, Sheryl; children, Mark (Elsa), Melissa, and Matthew (Marie); grandchildren, Cody, Kira, Skylar, Nicole, Stephen, Triston, Colton, Nayeli and Riley.

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December 29, 1926 – August 23, 2018

Forever in Our Hearts

Memories are treasures no one can steal.

Death is a heartache nothing can heal.

The tears in our eyes we can wipe away.

But love in our hears will always stay.

Your loving wife, Marlene, and daughter, Cindy Westveld, close friend Ron, grandsons and 5 great-grandchildren.

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August 23, 1956 – August 6, 2018

Deep in our hearts you’ll always stay, 

Loved and missed everyday.

Love, All of us

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Sally A. Haynes

Sept. 12, 1960 – Aug. 4, 2018

In Loving Memory of our Dear

Wife, Mother & Grandmother

(Love Your Family)

We must cherish our loved ones

who belong to us who hold our

past, present and future.

(Love Unconditionally)

Make no room for regrets, forgive.

Remember those who have left,

be grateful for those still alive,

because tomorrow

is never promised and

(Today Is Too Short)

Sadly missed but always remembered. 

Love you, Husband, Kids & Grandkids 

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July 27, 1930 – July 9, 2012

In loving memory of our father and grandfather, who passed away 7 years ago. 

We will always remember the happiness and fun times you brought to our lives. 


Mike, Sarah and Terry, Jane and Nick, Jenna, Brian, Luke, Jake, and Molly

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In memory of our uncle ,Ross Boyd Reyburn, who passed away at age 22 on July 22, 1934.

We are pleased to place a headstone on his burial site eighty five years later.

Ross Boyd was raised on the family farm located on Indian Lakes Road, one half mile west of Algoma Ave. He attended Foxville School. In 1934 we were in the midst of the Great Depression, money was scarce and for reasons unknown, Ross Boyd never had a headstone. He was buried beside his mother and father, Adelia and John Reyburn, in the family plot at Myers Cemetery, Sparta Township. Hats off to Hessel-Cheslek Funeral home for providing the headstone.

Dale and Gordon Reyburn

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In loving memory of our dear father, Peter Naffziger, who passed away 53 years ago, July 5, 1966.

We thought of you with love today,

but that is nothing new.

We thought of you yesterday 

and the days before that too.

Your memory is our keepsake

with which we’ll never part.

God has you in His keeping,

we have you in our hearts.

Sadly missed by Children & grandchildren

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In loving memory of our father, Alton White, who passed away 54 years ago, June 14, 1965 and our dear mother, June White, who passed away 44 years ago on July 10, 1975. 

To hear your voice, to see your smile 

To sit with you and talk awhile

To be together in the same old way

Would be our dearest wish today

Sadly missed by Roger & Diana White

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November 14, 1968 – July 1, 2018

Death changes everyting, 

time changes nothing.

I still miss the sound of your voice, the wisdom in your advice, the stories of your presence. So no, time changes nothing. I miss you just as much today as I did the day you died. I just miss you.

You will live on in my heart.


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In loving memory of my mom and best friend, who passed away 21 years ago on June 18, 1998.

Before the invention of cursive,

the mother is manuscript.

My mom was the manuscript;

she wrote my story, line by line,

word for word.

I’m so glad you did, Mom!

Love and miss you so much,

Your loving daughter,


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