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Judeth L. Hoskins


Mrs. Judeth L. Hoskins of Cedar Springs, Michigan, age 72, passed away unexpectedly in the comfort of her home on the evening of Friday, January 20, 2017. Judeth is survived by her beloved husband of forty-eight years, Thomas Hoskins; loving children Shawn (Patti) Hoskins, Jerome (Jean) Hoskins, Connie (Hector) Padilla; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brother Sam (Deann) Watson; sister-in-law Shelby Watson; and other beloved members of the Hoskins and Watson families. She was preceded in death by her parents, Erma and Joe Watson; and brother Tim Watson. For over twenty years, together, Judeth and Tom owned the Farm Country Cheese House in Lakeview. Judeth was an incredibly talented cheesemaker and in her free time she enjoyed going antiquing, quilting, making homemade soap, and tending to her goats. She also made doll clothes for the Forgotten Man Ministries. Judeth really loved the simple things in life, but the love she had for her family was without measure. Judeth was a loving and devoted wife, wonderful mother, proud grandmother, dear sister, and friend. She will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by her family, friends, and all those who knew her. The funeral service for Judeth was celebrated by Rev. Ken Harger at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, at Pederson Funeral Home. Those wishing to offer expressions of sympathy are encouraged to make a memorial contribution to Forgotten Man Ministries, 3940 Fruit Ridge Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544.

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Happy 50th Birthday

Nifty, Nifty Look who’s 50!

Connie Kilts Watson October 15th!

Happy Birthday!

Diane, Rick, Liane

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Students clean up trail

Teens from Creative Technologies Academy hit the White Pine Trail last Friday, April 29, to pick up trash.
The activity was a Service Learning Project for Mr. Ben Watson’s and Mrs. Jennifer Cathey’s Class Meeting Advisory.  “We meet with these students (a mix of grades 9-12) every Friday to discuss character education and community service,” explained Cathey. “The students chose this particular task for their service learning project.”
Half of the group cleaned the trail from Pine Street to Morley Park, and the other half went north, from Pine Street to just north of 18 Mile Road. The group collected eight large bags of trash in the 2-1/2 hours they cleaned.

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