Michigan Abstracts


    Jerome B. INMAN, custom house, is a native of Monroe County, N.Y., and was born August 5, 1826. His parents came to Michigan in 1832, and settled in Macomb County, and were among the earliest settlers there. He was brought up and learned trade of a blacksmith there. When the war brought out, he enlisted in Company K, Second, Michigan Cavalry, commanded by Lieut. Gen. Phil Sheridan; he served over four years, and participated in many fights and skirmishes. After his return, in 1869, he was appointed in the custom house, and since then has held that position. Mr. INMAN married Miss Cordelia C. SMITH, a native of Monroe County,
N.Y., July 24, 1851. She came to this State in early childhood, in year 1832. They have three children-Byron, Captain steamer Hiawatha, of the Buffalo & Duluth Line, Ursula V., at home; Hiram G. sailing on lakes. pg 577 Port Huron

SOURCE: History of St Clair County, Michigan. Chicago: A. T. Andreas, 1883.


    Capt. Byron E. INMAN, is a native of Michigan, and was born in Macomb County May 3, 1850. He came here with his parents in 1857; he began sailing when only thirteen years of age, on propeller Belle; he sailed several years before the mast and several years mate, and in 1869, he and his partner built a scow, Hannah Moore, and he sailed her two years and sold her. In 1871, went wheelsman on tug Brockway; and after five months went mate on the same tug; was mate two years on tug Clematis; in 1874, was mate of tug Sweepstakes, part of the season; then sailed Captain of tug Zouave; and the next two years sailed Captain of the tugs Stranger
and Satellite; was master of the large tug Champion, one year, and the Sweepstakes two years. In 1882, he sailed master of the steam barge Hiawatha, the largest craft sailed by any Captain from this port. Capt. INMAN was married June 24, 1870, to Miss Amelia DEMPSTER, of Whitby, Ontario, Canada. They have two children-Grace A. and Walton B. pg 577 Port Huron

SOURCE: History of St Clair County, Michigan. Chicago: A. T. Andreas, 1883.


BABNOW, HARRIET
Spouse's Name: E. M.
Child Of: GRMOTHER OF BLANCHE INMAN
Date of Death: 03 / 00 / 1905 
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN 
Misc: SEE ALSO: BLANCHE INMAN

SAGINAW EVENING NEWS, Tuesday, March 21, 1905 (7) 

INMAN, BLANCHE
Child Of: GRANDDAUGHTER OF HARRIET BABNOW
Age: 3
Date of Death: 03 / 00 / 1905 
Place of Death: CADILLAC, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN
Misc: SEE ALSO HARRIET BABNOW

SAGINAW EVENING NEWS, Tuesday, March 21, 1905 (7) 


From the Grand Rapids Herald, December 5, 1907

Rev. Henry D. Inman
   Rev. Henry D. Inman, an aged minister of the Wesleyn Methodist Episcopal church who has lived in this city for a number of years, died at his residence, 19 Hollister street, last night, aged 85 years.
   The remains will be taken to Rockford for Interment and services will be held Friday.


Cassopolis Vigilant Newspaper (PG 5), Thursday January 30, 1908 from Coldwater, MI.

Isaiah INMAN, a resident of this village many years ago, died at his home in Dowagiac (MI), Monday, aged seventy-six years, death being due to pneumonia. He is survived by a wife and one son, Clifford INMAN of Battle Creek.


AGED RESIDENT MARRIED FOR 67 YEARS, DIES
Stephen Inman, Member of Masonic Order of State Since 1841

   A member of the Masonic Order for 64 years, Stephen Inman aged 89, and who would have celebrated his 67th wedding anniversary in the near future, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Vincent O. Clinger in North Muskegon at six o'clock last night.
   Friends of Mr. Inman claim that he was without doubt the oldest member of the Masonic order in the state. He also was one of the very few married men in the country, who with his wife would have celebrated a 67th wedding anniversary shortly.
   Married for 66 years.
   At the time of his death Mr. Inman was am ember of Benona Lodge of F. and A.M. of Shelby. He first became a Mason when 25 years of age and for nearly 50 years was a member of the Shelby Lodge, where he resided for that time.
   Mrs. Inman, his wife who survives him, is now in a serious condition. Mr. Inman was born in New York state, August 19, 1826. Here he spent his early life and married Caroline Spaulding in 1849. In 1866, Mr. and Mrs. moved to Shelby, where they lived until 1909 when they took up there residence with their daughter Mrs. Clinger. Mr. Inman is the last of a family of 13 children. Besides his wife Mr. Inman leaves one son Charles S. Inman of Campbell, Calif., one daughter Mr. Clinger, at whose home he died: five grandchildren; Mrs. Frank Billings, Mrs. Vaughn Lloyd of Campbell, Calif., Claude Inman of Fresno, Calif., Mrs. John Irwin of North Muskegon, and Mrs. John Neal of this city. Eight great grandchildren also survive.
   Mr. Inman was a member of the Methodist Church for over 60 years.

Source: The Atherton Collection, Hackley Library, Muskegon, Michigan: 1915


Prominent Burt Lady Dies

    Mrs. John Sheneman, wife of ex-supervisor John Sheneman of Burt Township died at her home in Burt on Monday morning after an illness dating back for some time but was not considered serious until a week before her death. The funeral was held at Riggsville Sacred Heart Church on Wednesday Morning and interment was made in the cemetery there.
    Mrs. Sheneman is survived by her husband and three sons and one daughter, namely John of Battle Creek, Clyde and Ralph of Kentucky and Miss Marie, a graduate of the county normal last spring and a teacher of the county school this year.
    Mrs. Sheneman was born on Fox Island in Lake Michigan 54 years ago. Her parents being Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pilon of Pine Hill Avenue. She moved with her parents to Cheboygan when a small girl. She was united into marriage to Mr. Sheneman thirty-six years ago.

Cheboygan Democrat, October 4, 1923


INMAN, MR. WILLIAM - Montague, MI Funeral services for Mr. Inman, age 79, will be held
Thursday, 11 a.m. at Rothbury Community Church. Visitation is Wednesday 7- 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Cooper-Harris, Shelby 1-888-216-9744 

Source: The Muskegon Chronicle - 05/98/26


Obituary of John E. Sheneman (his mother was Rosina Inman of OH)

    On Saturday last the funeral services were held from the home for John E. Sheneman. The services were conducted by Rev. Father Vogt of the St. Mary's Church in Cheboygan with burial in the family plot in Cross Cemetery. Mr Sheneman would have been 64 years old the day after he died. He has been a resident ever since he was married to Mary Pilon of Cheboygan nearly forty years ago.
    Mr. Sheneman is survived by three sons and one daughter, John, Ralph, Clyde and Marie. Ralph who lives in Kentucky has been here for six weeks with his father but was called home on account of the illness of his wife, but a week before the end came.

Cheboygan Democrat, 7/20/1926


INMAN, REBECCA A.
Date of Birth: 00 / 00 / 1855
Date of Death: Thursday, September 29, 1927 

SAGINAW DAILY NEWS, Sunday, January 1, 1928 (DEATHS OF 1927) 


INMAN - Theodore Deforest Inman, aged 80, passed away May 16. Besides his widow, he is survived by three sons, Fred D., Earl D., of this city, and S. Wallace Inman, of Muskegon, two daughters, Mrs. Harriet Brown of Oakfield, Mich., and Miss Lavina Inman of this City. Thirteen grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and an aunt, Mrs. Sarah Eckert, of Homer, N.Y. Funeral Services Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence, 2017 Melita Ave., N.E. Interment, Rockford Cemetery.

Grand Rapids Herald, Grand Rapids, Mich., May 18, 1928.


INMAN, FRANK ALFRED SR.
Age: 81
Place of Birth: PA
Date of Death: 01 / 00 / 1937 
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN

SAGINAW NEWS, Tuesday, January 5, 1937 (14) 


INMAN, ELIZABETH Maiden Name: MCDONALD
Spouse's Name: ARTHUR J.
Married: Saturday, June 6, 1891
Age: 67
Date of Birth: Monday, September 1, 1873
Place of Birth: GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
Date of Death: Tuesday, November 5, 1940 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Year moved to US/Saginaw: SAGINAW 1911
Cemetery: MT. OLIVET
Misc: LIVED FOR A TIME IN IONIA, MI
Church: ST. JOSEPH

SAGINAW NEWS, Tuesday, November 5, 1940 (12) 


DIXON, ABRAHAM
Spouse's Name: HARRIETT INMAN
Married: Thursday, October 11, 1877
Age: 85
Date of Birth: Wednesday, April 9, 1856
Place of Birth: MURPHYSBURG, OH
Date of Death: Friday, February 27, 1942 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Year moved to US/Saginaw: BURT 1919
Cemetery: FLUSHING
Funeral Home: MCNALLY

SAGINAW NEWS, Saturday, February 28, 1942 (11) 


INMAN, LUCRETIA Maiden Name: COLE
Date of Birth: 00 / 00 / 1871
Place of Birth: ASHFIELD TWP., ONTARIO, CANADA
Date of Death: 03 / 00 / 1949 
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN
Misc: CAME TO SAGINAW FROM LUCAN, ONTARIO
Funeral Home: BROWNE MORTUARY

SAGINAW NEWS, Wednesday, March 2, 1949 (31) 


INMAN, CHARLES R.
Age: 32
Date of Death: 07 / 00 / 1949 
Place of Death: SAGINAW RIVER, MI
Cemetery: MIDLAND
Misc: RESIDENT OF CARROLLTON DROWNS

SAGINAW NEWS, Tuesday, July 26, 1949 (13) 


SARAH INMAN - Miss Larah La Vina Inman of 2017 Melita St., N.E., Grand Rapids, died Sunday morning in a rest home at 701 Pleasant St., S.E. She was 70 years old. Surviving are one sister, Miss Harriet Brown of Rockford, and one brother, Wallace Inman of Montague. The body reposes at the Ernest T. Blanchard Funeral Home, Rockford. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Ashland Free Methodist Church, Grand Rapids. Burial in Rockford Cemetery.

Grand Rapids Herald, Grand Rapids, Michigan, February 23, 1950.


    FIFE LAKE RESIDENT LAID TO REST. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday from the Methodist Church in Fife Lake for Mrs. Bertha Piltz, 60, who died suddenly Monday morning at her home in Fife Lake. Burial was made in the Fife Lake cemetery. Rev. A. R. Ellis of South Boardman and Rev. H. Henry VanWesep of Fife Lake, officiated. Mrs. Piltz was born June 10, 1890, at the farm home near Fife Lake. She was the daughter of Gardner and Stella Hager, pioneer settlers of the Fife Lake area. On January 1, 1913 she was united in marriage to Julius Piltz at Fife Lake. To this union were born four children, Mrs. James Bout of Detroit, Mrs. Stella Carmen of Cadillac, Wayne of Detroit and Frank of Fife Lake. Besides the husband and children she leaves her mother, Mrs. Stella Hager, of Fife Lake, four brothers, Maurice Hager of Jackson, Thomas Hager of South Boardman, George Hager of Pontiac and Ben Hager of Traverse City; four sisters, Mrs. Flora Martin and Mrs. Ruby Quackenbush of Ann Arbor, Mrs. Edward Inman of Kalkaska and Mrs. Hugo Andrews of Pontiac, also eight grandchildren. She was a member of the Methodist Church of Fife Lake and a member of the Arbutus Rebekah Lodge No. 96 of Fife Lake. 

The Leader and the Kalkaskian, November 2, 1950


    FIFE LAKE FARMER CRUSHED TO DEATH. George Fuller, 61, was crushed to death on his Springfield township farm late Thursday evening, April 23. Mr. Fuller had dug a hole by a boulder which he wanted to bury, and was in the pit when the rock dislodged and rolled into the hole. A son, Darrel, who was plowing in a nearby field found the body sometime later and called for help. Two tractors were used on a tackle to hoist the builder sufficiently enough to remove the body. The rock was estimated to weigh around ten tons. Services were held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, April 26 from the Methodist Church in Fife Lake, with Rev. Eduard Eldens officiating.
    Burial was made in the Fife Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were his six brothers. George Ambrose Fuller was born December 19, 1891, in Benzie county, and departed this life April 23, 1953, at the age of 61 years, 4 months, and 4 days. He was the son of Wm. R. and Mary E. Fuller. At the age of one his parents moved to Springfield Township, residing on a farm near Fife Lake. Oct. 14, 1914 he was united in marriage to Evelyn Russ of Traverse City. To this union one daughter, Dorothy, was born, in September 11, 1917 his wife passed away.
    During the latter part of the First World War, in 1918, he joined the Navy, serving at the Great Lakes Training Station till Jan. 19, 1918, when he was released. On May 1, 1927 he was united in marriage to Emily Inman of Fife Lake. To this union two sons were born, Earl I. and Darrell G. He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife, Emily, one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy E. Strause of Saginaw; two sons, Earl I. of Royal Oak, and Darrell G. at home, also six brothers, Ray A. of Fife Lake; Grover B., of Trenton; William O., of Royal Oak; Lucius L. of Flint; Robert P. of Traverse City and Rev. H. Howard Fuller of Cedar Springs; one sister, Mrs. Lottie Mae Benedict of Battle Creek. His parents, two brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Mr. Fuller was an active member of the Methodist church in Fife Lake, where he also served the Sunday School as superintendent. He will be greatly missed by his family and his many friends and neighbors.

Source: Leader and Kalkaskian, April 27, 1953 Information courtesy Leader and Kalkaskian
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Rockford - Mrs. Harriet L. Brown, 83, of Rockford, Route 3 (Scram Lake), died Friday morning at the home of her son Lloyd Brown following a lingering illness. Surviving besides the son are five grandchildren, nine great grand-children, and one brother. Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday in the Oakfield Methodist Church with burial in White Swan Cemetery. The body is at Ernest T. Blanchard Funeral Home. She was a life member of the Grattan OES.

Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 10, 1956.


    Alice CROSSETTE, a resident of Three Rivers during the greater part of her life, died at her home 303 North Main street, at eight-thirty Sunday morning following a heart attack. She had had frequent attacks for a number of years.
    She was born in the house where she died, April 13, 1858, a daughter of Isaac and Clara REED CROSSETTE. She attended Three Rivers schools and later completed her education at Muskegon and Grand Rapids where she lived for a period of 12 years.
    For a number of years she was bookkeeper for her father's lumber business in Muskegon and Three Rivers.
    She was an active member of the Presbyterian church for many years and was a teacher in the Sunday school during that time. For a number of years she was a member of the Woman's club. During the many years she lived in Three Rivers she made a wide circle of friends who greatly admired her splendid personality and fine Christian character.
    Surviving are five nieces, Mrs. Earl BITTENBENDER and Miss Ruth KEYPORT who have shared her home for the past few years that she might not be alone, Mrs. Wm. INMAN of Newark, N.Y., Miss Clara CROSSETTE of Muskegon and Miss Mary ANTES of New York, one nephew, Ed ANTES of New York, two cousins, Mrs. Clara HOWARD of Three Rivers and Fred REED of Colon.
    Funeral services will be held at the Haring funeral homw at one-thirty Tuesday, Rev. W.J. Malcolm officiating. Interment at Riverside.

Copy provided by Three Rivers Public Library.


Partial obituary:

    Nina Inman was married to Floyd C. Meteer in 1902 at Hesperia, MI, he died July 2, 1959.
    She is survived by a daughter, Norma R. Keeler, of Shelby; a brother, Willy Inman, of Grand Rapids; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Purdy, of Ludington; and five grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held at 10:30 am Monday at Wesleyan Methodist Church. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Montague.
    Relatives and friends will be received at Cooper-Harris Funeral Home, Shelby until Monday morning.


INMAN, DAVID M.
Spouse's Name: HAZEL P. WOODRUFF
Married: Saturday, March 20, 1915
Age: 74
Date of Birth: Monday, March 23, 1885
Place of Birth: WRIGHT CO., IA
Date of Death: Friday, July 3, 1959 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FLINT MEMORIAL PARK
Funeral Home: CASE

SAGINAW NEWS, Friday, July 3, 1959 (B3) 


JOYCE, LAURA L. Maiden Name: INMAN
Spouse's Name: JAMES ROSS
Married: 00 / 00 / 1926
Spouse's Death: 00/00/1952
Age: 57
Date of Birth: Friday, March 18, 1904
Place of Birth: NORTH BRADLEY, MI
Date of Death: Monday, March 5, 1962 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN
Funeral Home: CASE

SAGINAW NEWS, Tuesday, March 6, 1962 (B8) 


INMAN, CHARLES JR.
Child Of: MR. & MRS. CHARLES SR.
Age: INFANT
Date of Birth: Monday, September 7, 1964
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Tuesday, September 8, 1964 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: MT. OLIVET
Funeral Home: MCINTYRE

SAGINAW NEWS, Wednesday, September 9, 1964 (E4) 


RYAN, DOMINIC M.
Spouse's Name: GARNETTA INMAN
Age: 50
Date of Birth: Tuesday, October 31, 1916
Place of Birth: MT. HALEY TWP., MI
Date of Death: Sunday, December 11, 1966 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Year moved to US/Saginaw: SAGINAW 1936
Cemetery: MT. OLIVET
Misc: WORKED AT GREY IRON FOUNDRY 20 YEARS
Church: SS. PETER & PAUL
Funeral Home: CASE

SAGINAW NEWS, Monday, December 12, 1966 (B10) 


INMAN, JULIA Maiden Name: LABBY
Spouse's Name: FRANK A.
Married: Saturday, February 7, 1914
Spouse's Death: 08/03/1957
Age: 74
Date of Birth: Sunday, January 1, 1893
Place of Birth: WILBUR, MI
Date of Death: Sunday, April 30, 1967 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN
Misc: CAME TO CLIO IN CHILDHOOD
Church: 1ST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Funeral Home: CASE

SAGINAW NEWS, Monday, May 1, 1967 (B8) 


YANKEE, HAZEL INMAN Maiden Name: WOODRUFF
Spouse's Name: STEVE (2) DAVID (1)
Spouse's Death: 00/00/1965 (2) 00/00/1959 (1)
Age: 69
Date of Birth: 10 / 00 / 1898
Date of Death: Saturday, August 10, 1968 
Place of Death: MT. CLEMENS, MI
Cemetery: FLINT MEMORIAL PARK
Misc: AUTO ACCIDENT
Church: SHERIDAN AVE. NAZARENE
Funeral Home: HUBBARD (MT. CLEMENS)

SAGINAW NEWS, Tuesday, August 13, 1968 (B9) 


CAMPBELL, ALLAN A.
Spouse's Name: DAWN L. INMAN
Date of Death: Friday, June 9, 1972 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: OAKWOOD MAUSOLEUM

Saginaw News, Sunday, June 11, 1972 (A4) 


Mrs. Gertrude Inman dies

    Mrs. Gertrude Inman, 65, of Cedar Springs, former Sand Lake and Howard City resident, passed away Tuesday afternoon at Kelsey Memorial Hospital in Lakeview. She was born October 15, 1907 in the Netherlands, daughter of Otto and Jannigjen Noppert.
    Surviving are nine daughters, Mrs. Merle (Betty) Hansen, Mrs. Maurice (Delores) Streeter, Mrs. Gerald (Nancy) Bassett, and Mrs. Bernard (Sandra) Oliver of Cedar Springs, Mrs. Jack (Mary) Averill and Mrs. Darwin (Barbara) Spence of Coral, Mrs. Raymond (Judy) Baker of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Richard (Sharon) Mortenson of El Paso, Texas, and Mrs. Vernon (Vicky) Smith of Howard City; seven sons, Harold of Coral, Kenneth of Rockford, Robert of Comstock Park, Roger of Howard City, Russell and Dale of Cedar Springs and Donald Inman of Sand Lake. Also surviving are 56 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Her husband, Harold, preceded her in death five years ago.
    Funeral services were held Friday at 1:30 p.m. from the Bliss Funeral Home with Rev. Gerald Hopkins officiating. Interment was in Coral Cemetery.

Source: Cedar Springs Clipper, Cedar Springs, Michigan, August 23, 1973


INMAN, FRANK A. JR.
Date of Birth: Wednesday, November 11, 1914
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Friday, August 9, 1974 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Military: WWII US ARMY AIR FORCE
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN

Saginaw News, Saturday, August 10, 1974 (A4) 


    AREA WOMAN PASSES. Mrs. George Fuller (Emily Inman) passed away June 7th at the home of her son Darrell in Caro, Michigan. The funeral will be at Fife Lake Methodist Church at 2:00 p.m. Friday, June 11th. She had spent most of her adult life in the Fife Lake and South Boardman areas.

Source: The Leader and the Kalkaskian, June 10, 1976 Information courtesy Leader and Kalkaskian, http://www.upnorthpub.com

    EMILY I. FULLER PASSES. Funeral services for Emily I. Fuller, 86, were conducted Thursday at 2:00 p.m. from the Collon Funeral Home, Caro, and on Friday at 2 p.m. from the Fife Lake Methodist Church, Fife Lake, Rev. James VanDellen officiated in Caro, and Howard Fuller in Fife Lake, with burial in the Fife Lake Cemetery. Emily Inman was born January 27, 1890 in Wood County, Ohio. She married the late George A. Fuller on May 1, 1927. He predeceased her on April 23, 1953. Mrs. Fuller died Monday, June 7, 1976 at Caro Community Hospital. She moved to Caro from Saginaw about a year ago, and was a member of the Fife Lake Methodist Church. She is survived by two sons, Earl I. Fuller of Anoka, Minn., and Darrell G. Fuller of Caro; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Strouse of Saginaw; one granddaughter and four grandsons; one sister, Mrs. Fay (Gladys) Jenkins of Kalkaska, two brothers, Edward Inman of Kalkaska and Wallace Inman of Lambertville; and several nieces and nephews. 

Source: Leader and Kalkaskian, June 17, 1976 Information courtesy Leader and Kalkaskian, http://www.upnorthpub.com


    IDRIS FULLER PASSES. Mrs. Idris M. Fuller, 62, of Route #3, East Jordan, died suddenly Friday, November 4, 1977 at the home of her daughter in Rapid City. Mrs. Fuller was born in Antrim County on June 28, 1915, daughter of the late Sherman and Susann Hedd Mudge. On November 3, 1931, she was united in marriage with Darrell Fuller in Antrim County. He preceded her in death on March 1, 1964. Also preceding her in death was one daughter, Dee Dee Fuller, who died on August 27, 1977. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Gabriel
(Bonnie) Artini of Rapid City, Mrs. Reuben (Marilyn Inman) Trudeau of Central Lake, and Mrs. John (Janet) West of Adak, Alaska; 1 brother, William Mudge of California; 1 sister, Miss Alberta Mudge of Detroit; 8 grandchildren; and 2 great grandchildren. The body has been donated to the University of Michigan, College of Medicine. Arrangements by Schwartz-Wolfe Funeral Home, Kalkaska. - Leader and Kalkaskian, November 10, 1977 

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    GLADYS I. JENKINS. Mrs. Gladys I. Jenkins, 77, of Kalkaska, died Wednesday, May 10, 1978, at Lakeland General Hospital in Lakeland, Florida. She is survived by her husband, John Fay Jenkins; 3 sons, Bruce, Alfred Lynn, and Floyd Arden, all of Kalkaska; 2 daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Hall of Lakeland, Florida, and Mrs. Sherry Hixson of Tampa, Florida; 2 brothers, Edward Inman of Kalkaska, and Wallace Inman of Toledo, Ohio; 17 grandchildren; and 8 great grandchildren. Mrs. Jenkins had been a longtime resident of Kalkaska, and taught
in several country schools in Kalkaska County. She and her husband spent their winters in Lakeland since 1950. She was born in Weston, Ohio on June 6, 1900, the daughter of the late Theodore and Anne Herringshaw Inman. She was married to Mr. Jenkins in Grand Rapids, Michigan on April 22, 1925. Memorial services were held Friday evening at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home in Lakeland with Eddie Owens officiating. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, May 15, 1978, at the Schwartz-Wolfe Funeral Home, Kalkaska. Eddie Bratton, pastor of the Kalkaska Church of Christ; of which Mrs. Jenkins was a member,
officiated. Burial was at Evergreen Cemetery, Kalkaska. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Crippled Children's Fund. 

The Leader and the Kalkaskian, May 18, 1978


STIMPSON, RUTH H. Maiden Name: INMAN
Spouse's Name: FLAVE W.
Date of Birth: Wednesday, June 29, 1910
Place of Birth: IONIA, MI
Date of Death: Tuesday, May 22, 1979 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN

Saginaw News, Wednesday, May 23, 1979 (D11) 


    EDWARD INMAN. Edward Inman, 84, of Kalkaska, died Sunday morning, September 30, at the Kalkaska Memorial Health Center following a long illness. He was born August 18, 1895, near Weston, Ohio to Theodore and Anna Herringshaw Inman. He moved to Boardman Township at the age of 11 years, where he lived until 1944. He served in WWI in a Machine-gun Battalion, 42nd Rainbow Division in the battles of St. Mihiel and Argonne Forest, and in the Occupation Army in Germany. On May 1, 1921, he was united in marriage with Mollie Hager in Mesick. Ted, as he was called, farmed in Boardman twp., and served as Township Supervisor for many years. He was a former school board member, Scout Master in Fife Lake, and served on the draft board during WWII. He left the farm in 1944, and was Kalkaska County Treasurer for 17 years prior to his retirement on December 30, 1960. He was Elder Emeritus of the Kalkaska Church of Christ at the time of his death. Surviving are his wife, Mollie; one son, Noland of Elyria, Ohip; one daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Greenman of Kalkaska; one brother, Wallace of Lambertville; six grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. Preceding him in death were one brother, Alfred, and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Jenkins and Mrs. Emily Fuller. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the Kalkaska Church of Christ, Eddie Bratton officiated. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery, Kalkaska. 

Source: Leader and Kalkaskian, October 4, 1979 Information courtesy Leader and Kalkaskian, http://www.upnorthpub.com


INMAN, BASIL J. 
Spouse's Name: EDNA M. PEIL
Date of Birth: Thursday, December 7, 1916
Place of Birth: DETROIT, MI
Date of Death: Wednesday, June 24, 1981 
Place of Death: BRIDGEPORT, MI
Cemetery: EASTLAWN

Saginaw News, Thursday, June 25, 1981 (D11) 


WHEELER, CORA MARIE INMAN
Date of Birth: Tuesday, July 1, 1930
Place of Birth: HASTINGS, MI
Date of Death: Saturday, July 10, 1982 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI

Saginaw News, Sunday, July 11, 1982 (F11) 


INMAN, H. LOUISE Maiden Name: EDWARDS
Spouse's Name: FRED
Date of Birth: Sunday, January 30, 1887
Place of Birth: OLIVET, MI
Date of Death: Monday, July 13, 1981 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN

Saginaw News, Monday, July 13, 1981 (D7) 


ANSCOMB, WILLIAM A. JR.
Spouse's Name: JOYCE INMAN
Date of Birth: Wednesday, November 14, 1928
Place of Birth: OTSEGO CO., MI
Date of Death: Monday, May 28, 1984 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: EASTLAWN

Saginaw News, Tuesday, May 29, 1984 (E7) 


    MOLLIE INMAN. Mrs. Mollie Inman, 83, a resident of Kalkaska since 1944, died Friday morning, June 1, 1984 at the Kalkaska Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Inman was a former school teacher, and has served as Kalkaska County Deputy Treasurer. She was a member of the Kalkaska Church of Christ. She was born in Grand Traverse County on May 6, 1901, daughter of the late Gardner and Stella Place Hager. On May 1, 1921, in Wexford County, she was united in marriage with Edward Inman. He died on Sept.30, 1979. Surviving are a son, Noland of Elyria, Ohio; one daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Greenman of Kalkaska; one brother, Ben Hager of
Traverse; one sister, Mrs. Josephine Andrews of Pontiac; six grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four brothers and four sisters. Funeral services were held Monday, June 4, 1984, at the Kalkaska Church of Christ, Eddie Bratton officiated. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery, Kalkaska.

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SCHULTZ, EDNA M.
Maiden Name: INMAN
Spouse's Name: LOUIS F.
Date of Birth: Friday, June 13, 1884
Place of Birth: CALHOUN CO., MS
Date of Death: Monday, September 2, 1985 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN

Saginaw News, Tuesday, September 3, 1985 (D7) 


    Fulton: Hazel Irene BAILEY, 81, 12201 47th St., died Dec. 30, 1986, at her home.
    She was born March 23, 1905, in Calhoun County, A daughter of Jesse and Mae Belle (SHELLENBERGER) INMAN.
    On Aug. 24, 1925, she married Howard BAILEY. He died in 1978.
    She and her husband operated a large farm in the Fulton area and after his death she continued to operate the farm. She was a member of the Athens Veteran of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 5319 and the Kalamazoo County Farm Bureau.
    Surviving are one son, Robert BAILEY, Fulton; five grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; one brother, Nile INMAN, Colon; three sisters, Daisy ROBERTSON, Athens, and Eva FORREST and Gene WATSON, both of Sherwood.
    Relatives and friends may call at the Spencer Funeral Home, Athens, where services are 1:30 p.m. Friday. The Rev. L. K. Jewett will officiate. Burial will be in North Fulton Cemetery.
    Memorials may be directed to the Kalamazoo County Emphysema Fund.

Transcribed from an original newspaper clipping from the 'Sturgis Daily Journal', which serves the St. Joseph Co., Michigan area.


REVELL, ADAM EARL
Spouse's Name: JESSIE INMAN
Date of Birth: Sunday, April 10, 1904
Place of Birth: SAULT STE. MARIE, ONTARIO, CANADA
Date of Death: Sunday, August 3, 1986 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: EASTLAWN

Saginaw News, Monday, August 4, 1986 (D9) 


INMAN, FRED W.
Spouse's Name: MARIAN CHAMBERLIN
Date of Birth: Sunday, May 17, 1908
Place of Birth: IONIA, MI
Date of Death: Wednesday, June 17, 1987 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: OAKWOOD

Saginaw News, Thursday, June 18, 1987 (D13) 


Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, Michigan, November 13, 1988

INMAN - Richard L. Inman, aged 70, formerly of Rockford (Brower) Lake MI, passed away Friday, November 11, 1988 in Ft. Myers, FL. He is Survived by his wife Florence, his children, Connie Inman of Alto, Patricia and Nicholas Andree of Grand Rapids, Carol and James Ekkens of Traverse City, Sharon and Al Munson of Rockford, Jack and Shelly Inman of Belding, Rosemary and John Whalen of Homestead, FL; two brothers, Clarence and Mildred Inman of Grand Rapids, Floyd and Mildred Inman of Howard City; step-sister, Chestina and Walter Krajewski of Grand Rapids; his mother and father-in-law, Rose and Gerritt Snider of Grand Rapids; his brother-in-law, Charles Harris of Grand Rapids; 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was retired and a long time member of the Teamsters Union Local 406. Contributions should be made to the American Heart Association. Memorial Services will be announced at at later date.

Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, MI, 2 December, 1988

INMAN - Memorial Mass for Richard Lee Inman will be Sunday, December 11, 1988 at 12:00 at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 2750 Burton, S.E.


CAMPBELL, DAWN L. Maiden Name: INMAN
Spouse's Name: ALLAN A.
Date of Birth: Tuesday, March 11, 1913
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Friday, December 8, 1989 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI

Saginaw News, Saturday, December 9, 1989 (C7) 


GRANGER, Naida G. - Age 67, went to be with her Lord December 20, 1989. Funeral services will be held 1 PM Saturday, December 23, 1989 at Bowles Funeral Home, Linden, Pastor Wesley Dixon officiating. Visitation hours Friday 12-9 PM and Saturday 10 AM until time of service. Naida will be laid to rest at Argentine Cemetery. She was born in Success Arkansas November 12, 1922 unto J. R. and Elsie Lowery. Naida married William E. Inman in 1941; he passed away in 1956. December 8, 1961, Naida united in marriage with Paul L. Granger. Naida was a charter member of Torrey Road Baptist Church in Fenton. She cheerfully served her Savior through the Missionary Union, Sunday School Teacher, Church Clerk, and loving all of God's people. She retired from Stanmarie Nursing Home after 27 years of faithful service in 1985. She has been a Shaklee Distributor for many years and recently became a Princess House Crystal Consultant. Surviving are devoted husband, Paul; loving children, Roger and Loretta Inman of Jacksonville, Fla., Joan and Paul Merrow of Gaines, Mi., Nancy and Paul Heiber of Byron, Mi.; 5 grandchildren, William Inman II of Jacksonville, Fla., Bethany (Robert) Cox of Wurtsmith A. F. B., Mi., Ted Merrow of Gaines, Mi., Jeffery (Cindy) Hieber of Watertown, N. Y., Duane (Shannon) Hieber of Grand Blanc, Mi.; 3 great grandchildren, Nicholas, Megan, and Melissa Hieber of Watertown, N. Y.; 5 brothers, Hubert and Irma Lowery of Aledo, Ill., Robert Lowery of Dundee, Mi., Louis and Mildred Lowery of Cedartown, Ga., Herod and Pat Lowery of Bakersfield, Cal., Clint and Virginia Lowery of Flint, Mi.; 4 sisters, Lois Terry of Los Osos, Cal., Myrtle and Olen Ennis of Taft, Cal., Lillian and Omer Brown of Sedgeweckville, Mo., Norma and Steve Kalisz of Venice, Fl. Also Naida leaves behind many nieces, nephews, and friends who loved her dearly. To know this special lady was to love her. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Building Fund at Torrey Road Baptist Church.

Source unknown.


Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, MI, May 9, 1990

    INMAN - Mr. Clarence R. (Carnie) Inman, aged 74, of Grand Rapids died Tuesday, May 8, 1990 at Butterworth Hospital. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Bette Ann Inman in 1980.
   Surviving are his wife, L. Mildred Inman; children, Mrs. Jim (Dody) Groendyke of White Cloud, Mrs. Jim (Joyce) Mitchell, Terry G. (Sandra) Inman, of Grand Rapids, Bruce R. (Doris) Inman of Wyoming; nine grandchildren, one great grandchild; brother Floyd (Mildred) Inman; sister-in-law, Flossie Inman; and many nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 1 pm Friday at the Reyers North Valley Chapel, 2815 Fuller Ave., NE at 3 mile Rd., with Dr. Frank Graves and Rev. Fred C. Krause of Immanuel Lutheran Church officiating. Interment in Fairplains Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet his family at the chapel  from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Thursday. For those who wish, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or Immanuel Lutheran Church Fund.
Reyers North Valley Chapel


INMAN, PATRICIA A.
Spouse's Name: DWIGHT
Date of Birth: Tuesday, October 9, 1934
Date of Death: Sunday, September 16, 1990 
Place of Death: FORT MYERS, FL
Cemetery: CREMATION

Saginaw News, Monday, September 17, 1990 (D7) 


HOFFMANN, PAUL O. 
Spouse's Name: JUNE INMAN
Date of Birth: Wednesday, July 26, 1916
Place of Birth: ROCHESTER, PA
Date of Death: Tuesday, June 16, 1992 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: FOREST LAWN

Saginaw News, Wednesday, June 17, 1992 (D9) 


MOLINA, ARTHUR JR.
Spouse's Name: NAOMI R. INMAN
Date of Death: Wednesday, May 4, 1994 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Military: KOREA US ARMY

Saginaw News, Friday, May 6, 1994 (D9) 


INMAN, WILLIAM D. SR.
Spouse's Name: CAROLE A. TIMM
Date of Birth: Sunday, September 7, 1947
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Friday, June 17, 1994 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: MT. OLIVET

Saginaw News, Sunday, June 19, 1994 (E9) 


INMAN, DONALD
Spouse's Name: JANICE LYNN DUFF
Date of Birth: Saturday, June 7, 1919
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Tuesday, June 21, 1994 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Military: WWII US ARMY

Saginaw News, Wednesday, June 22, 1994 (D7) 


    INMAN (Rockford) - Mr. Kenneth "Ken" Inman, Sr., aged 64, passed away Tuesday July 19, 1994. He was owner of Inman Standard Gas Station, a member of Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church and Knights of Columbus Bishop Ritcher Council #7761 and a Veteran of WWI. He is survived by his wife Nancy; children, Ken Inman, Jr., Mark Charles, Sherri Elgersma and
Rusty Pummill and Jim and Kelley Charles; four grandchildren, brothers, Dale and Karen Inman, Don and Diane Inman, Russell and Donnie Inman, Roger and Virginia Inman and Robert and Audrey Inman; sisters Sharon and Dick Mortenson, Betty Hansen, Mary and Jack Averill, Barbara Spence, Nancy and Jerry Bassett, Judy Baker, Sandra and Joe Kilmartin and Vicki and Vern Smith. He was preceded in death by a son Dennis Michael and a sister, Dee Streeter and a brother Harold Inman. The Liturgy of Christian Burial will be offered Friday morning at 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church with the Most Rev. Joseph C. McKinney as celebrant. Burial at Assumption Cemetery. Mr. Inman's family will greet relatives and friends 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Thursday at the funeral home and 10 a.m. until time of Mass at the church. A Vigil Service will be held Thursday evening at 8:30 at the funeral home.
The Pederson Funeral Home, Rockford

Source: Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rapids, Mich., July 21, 1994


INMAN, FLORENCE B.
Spouse's Name: JOSEPH L.
Date of Birth: Thursday, August 16, 1928
Place of Birth: MIDLAND, MI
Date of Death: Tuesday, January 10, 1995 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: OLD CALVARY (MIDLAND)

Saginaw News, Thursday, January 12, 1995 (D9) 


Grace E. Luce

    Grace Elberta Luce, 93, of Battle Creek died Dec. 28, 1995, at the Calhoun County Medical Care Facility where she had resided since Oct. 9, 1989.
    Mrs. Luce was born Nov. 1, 1902, in Medina Township, Lenawee County, the daughter of Vernon and Maggie (Porter) Farley. She lived in Barry County for 87 years where she attended the former Bell School on Wing Road, then Battle Creek Central High School. She had been a clerk at the former Kresge Department Store in downtown Battle Creek. She married C. Foster Luce April 9, 1924, in Bellevue. She and her husband were long time farmers in Barry County and she produced large amounts of homemade baked goods to market, along with farm produce, at the Battle Creek Farmers Market for 43 years. She was a member of Christ Community church and the Farm Bureau Association and a former member of the Baseline United Methodist Church where she taught Sunday School, was a member of the Women's Board, and sang in the choir. 
    She is survived by three daughters, Elberta McLane of Charlotte, Marjorie Luce of Gallion, Ohio, and Evelyn Eichholz of Plainwell; and four grandchildren, Mary McLane, John McLane, Alecha Eichholz, and Aaron Eichholz.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, C. Foster Luce Nov. 18, 1991, one son, Russell, four grandchildren, Joseph, Jeffery, Jerrold, and Brian McLane, one sister, Anna Inman, and one brother, Ernst Farley.
    Services were Dec. 30 at Christ Community Church with Pastor Alan Hofland officiating. Interment was in the Hicks Cemetery, Battle Creek. 
    Arrangements were made by the Farley-Estes Funeral Home, Battle Creek.

1996 Charlotte Shopping Guide obituaries, Eaton County, Michigan


INMAN, FRANCIS L.
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Monday, December 9, 1996 
Place of Death: CLARE, MI
Cemetery: EASTLAWN

Saginaw News, Thursday, December 12, 1996 (C15) 


DAVIS (Kern) Blanche R. Ravenna
    Blanche R. (Kern) Davis, age 78, of Ravenna, died January 21, 1997. Survivors: husband Vernon H. Jr., ; children, Emma "Louise" Proctor, of Sparta, Phylis (Robert) McGrady, of Ravenna, Marilynn (Richard) Stanton, of Palm Bay, FL., Linda (Torrey) Ohman of Kent City, Leeta (Greg) Inman, of Fremont; step children, Don of Muskegon, Bruce (Dawn) of Ravenna, Linda of Muskegon, 24 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; sister, Leona Sugarbaker of Muskegon.
    Services are Friday at 1 p.m. at the Throop Funeral Home, Ravenna. Elder Douglas Inglish officiating.
    Burial, S. Casnovia Cemetery. Visitation Thursday, 2-4 & 7-9 at the funeral home. Memorials: Cancer Society. 

Source unknown.


YELSIK, ELEANOR G. Maiden Name: INMAN
Spouse's Name: ROBERT P.
Date of Birth: Tuesday, June 27, 1916
Place of Birth: SAGINAW, MI
Date of Death: Wednesday, February 19, 1997 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: OAKWOOD MAUSOLEUM

Saginaw News, Thursday, February 20, 1997 (C11) 


    Portage; Leila K. (INMAN) THORNBURGH, 80, of Crossroads Village, Portage, died April 25, 1997, at her home.
    She was born Feb. 18, 1917, in Hartford City, Ind., a daughter of Samuel and Grace (LINDER) INMAN.
    She was formerly from Eaton, Ind. and was a member of the Eden United Church of Christ, Muncie, Ind.
    Surviving are two sons, Bruce A. and Patricia THORNBURGH, Vicksburg, and Rex P. and Linda THORNBURGH, Sturgis; a sister, Zora RUMBAUGH, Hartford City, Ind.; five grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her parents; a husband, Floyd J. THORNBURGH.
    Relatives and friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Sunday at the Pitman-Richman Funeral Home, Eaton, Ind., where services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, Eaton, Ind. Arrangements by the Rupert, Durham, Marshall & Green Funeral Home, Vicksburg.
    Memorials may be directed to the Eden United Church of Christ, Muncie, Ind. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.

Transcribed from an original newspaper clipping from the 'Sturgis Daily Journal', which serves the St. Joseph Co., Michigan area.


RYAN, GARNETTA M. INMAN
Spouse's Name:
DOMINIC M. (2) CHARLES J. (1)
Date of Death: Friday, June 27, 1997 
Place of Death: JACKSON, MI
Cemetery: MT. OLIVET

Saginaw News, Sunday, June 29, 1997 (E9) 


INMAN, EDNA M. Maiden Name: PEIL
Spouse's Name: BASIL J.
Date of Birth: Sunday, January 11, 1925
Place of Birth: BAY CITY, MI
Date of Death: Friday, July 11, 1997 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI

Saginaw News, Sunday, July 13, 1997 (F9) 


    Twin Lake, MI Mr. Kenneth Inman, age 94, passed away at his residence Sunday, October 19, 1997. He is SURVIVED by his son, John (Arlene) Inman of Twin Lake, MI; brother, Harlow Inman of Portland, OR; sister, Elma Gillette of Fremont, MI; and his grandson,
Jason Inman of Minneapolis, MN. No funeral service is scheduled. Alternative Funeral Services 725-7222 

Source: The Muskegon Chronicle


    Coldwater; Edward C. TEACHOUT, 83, of Coldwater and formerly of Union City, died Oct. 30, 1997, at the Laurels of Coldwater following a long illness.
    He was born June 30, 1914, in Toledo, Ohio, a son of Theron and Annie Olive (COBS) TEACHOUT. He moved to Coldwater as a child and to Union City as a young adult. He also lived in Athens and Bronson for a short time and for 10 years in the '60's and '70's in California.
    In 1933 he married Lottie KOWALSKI in the St. Charles Catholic Church of Coldwater. She died in 1969.
    A foreman and supervisor at Clark Equipment Co. for 33 years, he retired in 1968. He previously was employed at a foundry in Detroit and at Coldwater Brass.
    He was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church of Union City, the Masonic Lodge of California, the Order of Eastern Star, and the Lions Clubs of Coldwater. He also enjoyed fishing, hunting and dancing in his earlier years.
    Surviving are his daughters and sons-in-law, Marylee and Bruce HAMPTON and Glenda and Verrill INMAN, all of Union City; sons Therrell Edward TEACHOUT and Marvin TEACHOUT, both of Union City; a son and daughter-in-law, Gerald and Mary TEACHOUT of Romona, Calif.; 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; one brother, Robert TEACHOUT of Coldwater; and one sister, May REUTER of Aubrundale, Fla. He was preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Karen TEACHOUT in 1980; one son, Darian TEACHOUT in 1939; and one brother, Delbert TEACHOUT at age three.
    Relatives and friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Sunday at the Kolcz Funeral Home of Bronson where prayers are at 9:30 a.m. Monday, followed by the procession to St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Bronson for mass at 10 a.m. The Rev. Richard Fritz will officiate. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Bronson.
    Memorials may be directed to the St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.

Transcribed from an original newspaper clipping from the 'Sturgis Daily Journal', which serves the St. Joseph Co., Michigan area.


ARMSTRONG, Esta Lee 11966 Blue Bonnet Lane Granger, IN 46530 formerly of Edwardsburg, MI age 91, died Tuesday, February 17, 1998 at Life Care Center of Plainwell, MI, after an illness. She was born December 23, 1906 in Linton, IN, the daughter of Charles and Addie (Hackett) Inman, and moved to Edwardsburg about 1950 from Clarks Summit, PA. In Dayton, OH, on June 22, 1927, as Esta Inman, she married Willard E. Armstrong, who died November 26, 1994. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Edwardsburg United Methodist Church, the Edwardsburg Monday Evening Club, and a former member of Order of Eastern Star of St. Johns, MI. Surviving are her sons, Nick (Barbara) of Granger, IN, and Ned (Carolyn) Armstrong of Burke, VA; daughters, Nina (Robert) Cripps of Vicksburg, MI, and
Nancy (Roger) Blankenship of Rocky Mount, VA; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by a son, David; and 2 sisters, Alma Bledsoe and Mae Spousta. Friends may call on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Paul E. Mayhew
Funeral Home, Edwardsburg, MI, with additional visitation on Friday for 1 hour before services at 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Pastor Jeff Reese, Pastor of Hope United Methodist Church, Edwardsburg, will officiate. Burial Edwardsburg Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Hope United Methodist Church, Edwardsburg, MI. 

Source: The Kalamazoo Gazette


    INMAN, Kenneth R. - Of Flint, age 67, died Saturday, May 2, 1998 at Hurley Medical Center. Funeral service will be held at 1PM Tuesday, May 5, 1998 at the Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 West Hill Road, Pastor Luther E. Shelton officiating. Burial in Sunset Hills Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family. Visitation 2-4 and 6-9 PM Sunday and Monday at the funeral home. Mr. Inman was born in Flint, Michigan on July 15, 1930 and was a resident of Flint all of his life. He married Clarisa J. Staley on June 30, 1951 in Flint. He was a member of Living Waters Worship Center and was a Deacon. He was a member of U. A. W. Local 651. Mr. Inman was employed at AC Spark Plug for 37 years, retiring in 1987. Surviving are his wife, Clare; 2 sons, Raymond and wife Nancy of Flushing and Donald of Flint; daughter, Teresa and husband Donnie Stengel of Flint; 9 grandchildren; 4 great- grandchildren; stepmother, Margaret Inman of Clio; brother, Ronald and wife Gisela of Mt. Morris; 2 sisters, Geraldine and husband William Dowland, Mary and husband Terry
Niswonger, all of Mt. Morris; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his great-grandson, Cody Eisenbach. 

Source: The Journal


    Arlene Mae BODA, 73, of Grand Rapids and formerly of Petoskey entered into eternal rest on May 6, 1998, at Hospice Care Center in Grand Rapids.
    Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 9, at Arsulowicz Brothers Mortuaries, West Chapel in Grand Rapids. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, May 11, at St. Mary's Cemetery, Burt Lake.
    Arlene was born March 16, 1925, in Petoskey, the daughter of Steve and Grace Samuels.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis; son, David; her parents; and by her sister, Dorothy Boda.
    Survivors include her children; Francis, Don (Dorothy) BODA, Suzanne (Roger) YATES, Mike BODA (Elsie SHANANAQUET), Carole (Albert) CRAMPTON, Steve (Cheryl) BODA, Sharon BODA (Chris INMAN) BODA, Catherine (Frank) McCLOUD; 15 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; eight cousins; and two sisters-in-law.
    The family will receive visitors from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. today, May 8, at the Arsulowicz Brothers Mortuary, West Chapel, 585 Stocking Ave. N.W., Grand Rapids.
    Memorial contributions are suggested to the Hospice of Greater Grand Rapids.
    Transcribed from the "Petoskey News-Review", a newspaper serving the Emmet Co., MI area.


(Bockheim) Mrs. Marguerite L. Malone

(Bockheim) Mrs. Marguerite L. Malone, aged 85, of Rockford, passed away on Monday, June 29, 1998. In 1930 she graduated from Mt. Mercy Academy. She worked in Medical Records and Admitting at Spectrum Health-E. Campus (formerly, Blodgett Hospital). She especially enjoyed her church. Her favorite pastime activities were music and crafts. She was devoted to helping people, and you would often see her as a volunteer at N. Kent Service Center. She was a former organist at Christ the King Church in Howard City. Mrs. Malone is survived by her children, Frank and Christine Malone of Laingburg, MI, Patricia and Richard Zmudka of Grand Rapids, and M. Carolee and Charles Arndt of Livonia, MI; 12 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; her brother, James and Eleanor Bockheim of Grandville; her sister, Rosemary
Coffey of Greenville; nieces and nephews; and her brother-in-law, Charles Inman of Grand Rapids. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd J. Malone in 1977; and a sister, Marie Inman. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday morning at 10:30 AM at Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church. Interment will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited on Tuesday evening at 7:30 PM at the funeral home. Those planning an
expression of sympathy are asked to consider God's Kitchen. Relatives and friends may meet with Mrs. Malone's family from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM on Tuesday at the funeral home and from 10 AM until time of service on Wednesday at the church. Pederson Funeral Home, Rockford 

Source: The Grand Rapids Press


Leona Mary INMAN, 86

    Leona Mary INMAN, 86, of Boyne City, died Wednesday, July 8, 1998, at Northern Michigan Hospital in Petoskey.
    Funeral Mass will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 11, at St. Matthew's Church in Boyne City. The Rev. Francis Partridge will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Lawn Cemetery in Boyne City.
    Leona was born Feb. 9, 1912, in Henderson, Ky., the daughter of John MONROE and Hattie (DICKENS) PIKE.
    As a young child, she moved to Detroit with her family.
    On Oct. 3, 1931, she married Clifton INMAN and they moved to Boyne City, where she had resided since.
    She worked for Essex for 25 years as a wire stringer.
    She enjoyed crocheting and flowers.
    Survivors include her son, Edward (Rachel) INMAN, of Boyne City; daughter, Peggy (Carl) AIMESBURY, of Boyne City; 19 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Ernie (Regina) PIKE of Allen Park, Burch (Ethel) PIKE of Allen Park, and Delbert PIKE of Pleasant Ridge; two sisters, Pearl (Norman) HIGMAN of Indiana and Menta (Bill) FOY of Georgia. Leona was preceded in death by her husband, Clifton, on July 15, 1971; two children, Clifton Jr. and Shirley ZIMMERMAN; brothers, John, Monroe, Auvery and Lloyd; and sisters,
Lilly and Aretta. 
    Visitation will be held 2-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. today, July 10, at the Stackus Funeral Home in Boyne City. A prayer service will be held at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Petoskey News-Review, a newspaper serving the Emmet Co., MI area.


    Battle Creek; Hart INMAN, 60, of Battle Creek and formerly of Colon, died July 9, 1998.
    He was born May 2, 1938, in Battle Creek, a son of Elmer L. and Florence (HART) INMAN. He was raised in Athens and graduated in 1957 from Athens Agricultural School.
    He served two years with the U.S. Marines Corps Reserve at Camp Pendleton, Calif. After returning to Michigan, he resided in Colon where he served as a lifeguard and worked for the village of Colon. He also traveled to Australia where he helped build an airport.
    In 1960 he married Mary STUART, and they divorced in 1973.
    He was a member of the Colon Masonic Lodge and the American Legion post, and he enjoyed swimming, fishing, mushroom hunting, and playing chess and pinochle. For the past several years he enjoyed spending time with friends at the Battle Creek Share Center.
    Surviving are one son, Timothy INMAN of Colon; two daughters, Crystal ROLFE of Climax and Angela GETSINGER of Portage; three grandchildren; his mother; one brother, Terry INMAN of LaJola, Calif.; one sister, LaRane SMITH of Athens. He was preceded in death by his father in 1979 and one brother, Ray in 1936.
    Relatives and friends may call from 6-8 p.m. today at the Spencer Funeral Home of Athens, where services are at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Burr Oak Cemetery.
    Memorials may be directed to the Salvation Army Food Bank of Battle Creek. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.

Transcribed from an original newspaper clipping from the 'Sturgis Daily Journal', which serves the St. Joseph Co., Michigan area.


YELSIK, ROBERT PAUL
Spouse's Name: ELEANOR INMAN
Date of Birth: Thursday, March 7, 1918
Place of Birth: ALMA, MI
Date of Death: Tuesday, August 11, 1998 
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Cemetery: OAKWOOD MAUSOLEUM

Saginaw News, Tuesday, August 11, 1998 (C7) 


Charles "Dick" Smith 60, died 9-15-1998. He was born in Crestline, Ohio, 1-21-1938. He was proceeded in death by his father, Richard and sister, Connie. He is survived by; sons, Richard (Dick) (Lyn), David; daughters, Laurie (Orlando) Montanez, Jennifer; mother, Magdaline; brothers, Edwin (Cap) (Cecile), Harold (Nancy), Raymond (Carol); sisters, Janest (Leroy) Carter, Edna Minnis, Ruth (Dick) Blakeslee, Delores (Jerry) Inman, Linda (Peter) Deman, Kris Spooner, and Kathy (Phil) Waldo. (Leslie, Mi.) 


    Charles AIMESBURY, 57, of Boyne City, died Oct. 8, 1998, at Northern Michigan Hospital in Petoskey.
    Funeral will be 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 12, at the Stackus Funeral Home in Boyne City with the Rev. David Behling officiating. Burial will take place in Maple Lawn Cemetery, Boyne City.
    Mr. Aimesbury was born Nov. 11, 1940, in Boyne City, the son of Lester and Dorothy (VINCENT) AMESBURY.
    On Nov. 15, 1958, he married Peggy INMAN in Boyne City and she survives.
    Mr. AIMESBURY was employed by Boyne Mountain from 1958-1965. He then went to work for the East Jordan Iron Works, where he was employed for 25 years before retiring in 1990.
    He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, bowling and traveling.
    Survivors include his wife, Peggy; two sons, Shawn AIMESBURY and his wife, Elizabeth, of Battle Creek, and Carl AIMESBURY and his wife, Karen, of Dover, N.H.; three daughters, Bardel BELFORD and her husband, Peewee, of Boyne City, Jodell DANBERT and her husband, Jim, of Ellsworth, and Becky AIMESBURY of Clermont, Fla.; nine grandchildren; one sister, Marlene FINE and her husband, Robert, of Grand Ledge; two brothers, Rex and his wife, Betty, of Boyne City, and William and his wife, Mary, of Saginaw; and close friend of
the family, Toneta DAVIS. 
    Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, and from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, at the Stackus Funeral Home in Boyne City.

Transcribed from the "Petoskey News-Review", a newspaper serving the Emmet Co., MI area.


    Bryson Donald Sprandel of Maple City died 16 Dec 1998. He was born in Traverse City on 22 Feb 1980 to John and Devon (Inman) Spandel.
    Surviving are his parents; a sister, Heather; and his grandparents, George and Elmy Wepking of Traverse City. He was preceded by paternal grandparents Walt and Henerietta Sprandel and
maternal grandfather Donald Inman.

Abstracted from Leelanau Enterprise of 24 Dec 1998.

Bryson Donald 'Bryce' Sprandel Died December 16, 1998
    MAPLE CITY - Bryson Donald "Bryce" Sprandel, 18, of Maple City, died Wednesday near Maple City, as result of a car accident.
    Born Feb. 22, 1980, in Traverse City, he was the son of John and Devon (Inman) Sprandel. Bryce worked for PDM Lumber Co. in Traverse City. He was an active member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Leland. He was also a member of the Cedar Rod and Gun Club and the
Buckley Old Engine Club. Bryce truly loved the outdoors, hunting and fishing. He was an all-around sports enthusiast. Bryce enjoyed skiing and especially enjoyed hockey.
    Survivors include his parents; a sister, Heather; grandparents, George and Elmy Wepking of Traverse City; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. 
    He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Walt and Heneritta Sprandel; and his maternal grandfather, Donald Inman.
    Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today at the Martinson
    Funeral Home in Suttons Bay. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church; the Rev. Lawerence K. Matro will officiate. Burial will be in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Good Harbor.
    Memorial contributions may be directed to the Immanuel Lutheran Church or the Bryson Sprandel Memorial Fund at Leland School.

Source: Traverse City Record-Eagle


Audrey Laverda (Rowland) Coady 89, died 12-25-1998. She died on her late husbands birthday December 25th. She was proceeded in death by her brother, Leo A. Rowland; step-brother, Kenneyh Eldred; grandson, Donald Spreeman; and great grandson, James Patrick Nielson. She is survived by her eight children, James (Evelyn) Coady, Edith (Clair) Frost, Jeanette (Mick) Denton, Janiece (Ted) Inman, Anne (Don) Spreeman, Rosemary (Lyle) Pyke, Patrick (Patricia) Coady and Carolyn (Roy) Schrauben; brother, Robert (Marion) Rowland. (Cedar Springs, Mi.) 


    Athens; Mrs. Florence (HART) INMAN, age 90, of Athens passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1999 at Battle Creek Health Systems Community Site.
    She was born in Midland, Mich., to District Judge Ray and Flo (SCIAS) HART. She married Elmer Lewis INMAN in 1931.
    She enjoyed working with puzzles and especially liked to sing. She greatly enjoyed her grandchildren.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer in 1979; a son, Hart in 1998; and two sisters, Jane HART in 1997 and Helen HART in 1998. She is survived by two children; one son, Terry INMAN of San Diego, Calif.; and one daughter, LaRane SMITH of Athens, Mich.; 8 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and one brother, Judge Henry HART of Midland, Mich.
    Friends may call at the Spencer Funeral Home in Athens, where the family will be present from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home with the Rev. Sandra Gastian officiating. Burial will be in Burr Oak Cemetery, Athens.
    Memorials may be contributed to the Athens United Methodist Church.

Transcribed from an original newspaper clipping from the 'Sturgis Daily Journal', which serves the St. Joseph Co., Michigan area.


INMAN, Paul Vicksburg 

    Paul's life began September 8, 1908 in Claremont, IN. As a young boy he moved with his family to Oklahoma, where he received his elementary school education. At the age of 12 he and his family moved to Newcastle, IN, where Paul attended school until the 8th grade. As a young man Paul went to work for the American Telephone and Telegraph Co., where he worked as a line stringer. 
    He was part of the team that strung the first telegraph line from New York to the West Coast. After Paul moved to the Kalamazoo area he met Emmaline Wise, and on October 24, 1927 they were married and enjoyed 71 years together. He retired after 40 years as a Supervisor at AT&T. Paul enjoyed many activities outside of work.
    He was a member of the Million Dollar Club, Telephone Pioneers of America, Masonic Retirees Club, Vicksburg United Methodist Church, Life member and Past Master of the Brady Lodge #208 F&AM, now Portage Brady Lodge #340, Life Member of Grand Rapids Scottish Rite, Shrine Saladin Temple and Kalamazoo Shrine Club, and Past Worthy Patron of Lotus Lily United Chapter #262 OES. Paul was also honored as Mason of the Year in 1991. In addition Paul had many hobbies. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, traveling, golf, and selling vidalia onions for the Shriners, and most of all he enjoyed caring for people. He also enjoyed  barbecuing and baking cookies. 
    Paul's family also includes his brother, John Inman of Vandalia, OH; his sister, XZ Graham of Springfield, OH; several nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Paul died
suddenly Sunday, April 18, 1999 at his home in Vicksburg. His parents, James and Mary (Dinwiddle) Inman; and two brothers, Luther and Clarence Inman; and two sisters, Edith St. John and Coramal Bernathy, preceded him in death. Friends may spend time with his family at the Rupert, Durham, Marshall & Gren Funeral Homes, Vicksburg Chapel on Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. and Thursday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., where an Eastern Star Service will be held on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The Celebration of Life Service will be held in conjunction with the Masonic Service at the Vicksburg United Methodist Church on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Paul will be buried in Vicksburg Cemetery following the service. Memorials may be directed to the Shriners Hospital or the Vicksburg United Methodist Church. Please share a memory of Paul with his family at the chapel or online at www.rdmg.com

Source: The Kalamazoo Gazette


INMAN, JACK T. SR.
Date of Death: Friday, January 22, 1999 
Place of Death: MI

Saginaw News, Sunday, January 24, 1999 (E11) 


John Wells, 60
    John Wells, 60, of Fennville, died Tuesday, March 2, 1999, at his home.
    Surviving are his wife, Ruby; children, Terry and Kim Wells of Missouri, Patty and John Bremer, David and Lillie Wells, and John Jr. and Lisa Wells all of Fennville; seven grandchildren; brothers and sister, Mary Bailey of Holland, Edward Wells of Allegan, and Gene and Alice Wells of Ohio; brothers- and sisters-in-law, Don and Debbie Inman, Bill and Malvry Inman, Henry and Brenda Inman, Bob and Juanita Inman, Tom and Trina Inman, Sam and Fern Inman, Faye and Dean Jones, and Johnny Inman, all of Kentucky; nieces, nephews and cousins.
    Visiting is 7-8 p.m. today at the Mulder Chapel, Dykstra Funeral Homes, 188 W. 32nd St.
    Services will take place in Kentucky.
    Burial will be in Atkins Cemetery, Pulaski County, Ky.

The Holland Sentinel. 


    Muskegon - Mrs. Ruth I. Inman, age 86, died Tuesday evening, June 1, 1999 at a local nursing home following a long illness. She was born March 22, 1913 in Holland, MI and came to Muskegon as a young lady. The former Ruth I. Meyers married Charles C. Inman in White Cloud on February 16, 1931. He preceded her in death in 1970. Mrs. Inman was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. 
    She was a school bus driver for over 20 years for the Mona Shores School District. Mrs. Inman was also a member of the Trail Dusters R. V. Club. Ruth and her sister, Mae, were known as the "Yodeling Cow-Girls". They also formed a group called the "Polka Queens. In
later years, Ruth and Mae performed at local nursing homes. She is survived by her 2 daughters, Donna M. (Lawrence L.) Hargreaves of Manistee and LaVon L. (Donald) Atkins of Gales Ferry, CT; her sister, Mae Marshall of Colorado Springs, CO; 5 grandchildren, 8
great-grandchildren, and a dear friend, Burke Henderson. The FUNERAL SERVICE will be held Saturday 11 A.M. at the Lee Funeral Home. INTERMENT: Mona View Cemetery. VISITATION will be held Saturday beginning one hour prior to the service. MEMORIALS: Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Lee (733-2152)

Source: The Muskegon Chronicle


PENNOCK COLLIN KIPLIN

    Belding - Collin blessed us with three weeks of life before joining our Lord in Heaven Tuesday, June 15, 1999.
    Born May 24, at St. Mary's Hospital, Grand Rapids, he leaves behind his adoring family, Daddy Joe, Mommy Kim and big Brother Joey.
    Grandparents Ron PENNOCK, Jan PENNOCK, Linda POST, Vic and Jan INMAN; great-grandparents Velma SPENCER, Everett and Reba PENNOCK, join us in our sorrow.
    Please celebrate his memory with us Sunday at 7 p.m. at Easton United Methodist Church, 4970 Potters Rd., Ionia, corner of Johnson and Potters Roads.
    Donations will be accepted and given to St. Mary's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Daily News, Greenville, MI - Tuesday, June 22, 1999


BUCHOLTZ, MICHAEL DARRYL

    Lakeview - Michael Darryl BUCHOLTZ, 61, Lakeview, passed away Tuesday, June 29, 1999, at Gratiot Communtiy Hospital, Alma.
    The son of Harold and Dorothy INGERSOLL BUCHOLTZ, he was born Oct. 19, 1937, in Lakeview.
    He was preceded in death by his parents.
    He was co-manager of the Farmers Elevator in Lakeview and Trufant for more than 40 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge 456, Six Lakes. He was a graduate of Lakeview High School in 1956 and attended Michigan State University.
    He is survived by his wife, Patricia BUCHOLTZ, whom he married on Feb. 14, 1959, in Greenville, Mich.; five daughters and four sons-in-law, Michelle and Greg INMAN of Lakeview, Mich., Sharyl and Gene BECKLER of Anderson, S. C., Stacey BUCHOLTZ of Royal Oak, Mich., Shawn and Tom VANDERHYDE of Rockford, Mich., Stephanie and Jerry GARNER of Greenville, Mich.; 13 grandchildren; one brother and sister-in-law, Keith and Tinka BUCHOLTZ of Lakeview, Mich.
    Funeral services are 11 a.m. Thursday at the Youngman-McCullough Chapel, Lakeview. Interment will be in Lakeview Cemetery.
    The family will receive relatives and friends from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
    The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to the Great Lakes Renal Network for the dialysis unit, 101 S. Greenville West Dr., Greenville, Mich. 48838.

Daily News, Greenville, MI - Wednesday, June 30, 1999


    Ronald Jay Inman, aged 72, of Flint, MI passed away on July 2, 1999 at his daughters home in Traverse City, MI. He was a winter resident in Mesa, AZ, and a member of VFW, the Moose Lodge both of Fenton. He was a veteran of WWII serving in the US Navy.
    Ronald was born on July 22, 1926 in Grand Rapids to Azel (Jack) Inman and Roscena (Weller) Inman. On November 10, 1949 in Grand Rapids he was married to the former Dorothy Van Dommelen who survives; also surviving a daughter, Nanette Courson;
son-in-law, W. Richard Courson; one grandson, Michael J. Courson, all of Traverse City; his sister, Marjorie Benedict of Alto, MI; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parent and a brother, James. Cremation has taken place. Memorials to Munson Hospice, c/o Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home, 305 6th St, Traverse City, MI 49684.

Source: The Grand Rapids Press


INMAN, MR. CHARLES L. - New Era, MI Charles L. Inman, age 59, passed away Wednesday. Services will be held Fri. 11 a.m. at Rothbury Community Church. Visitation is today 4-6 p.m. at the funeral home. Cooper-Harris, Shelby (231) 861-2360 or 1-888-216-9744 

Source: The Muskegon Chronicle - 8/26/1999


INMAN, Dolores - Age 69, of Lapeer, died Sunday, September 19, 1999. Visitation will be Monday from 6-9PM, Tuesday 3-9PM. Funeral services will be held 11AM Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at the Baird-Newton Funeral Home in Lapeer. (9/20/99)

- Age 69, of Lapeer, died Sunday, September 19, 1999. She was born May 7, 1930 in Detroit, MI, daughter of George and Monville (Utterback) Wilson. Surviving are her children, Diana and husband Klaus Mabarak of Washington, MI, Elizabeth "Irene" and husband
Randy Wolosonowich of Mt. Morris, Christine and husband Gregory Lauch of Port Huron, and Dennis and wife Marcia Inman of Mio; grandchildren, Michael, Jodie, Christopher, Mark, Rebel, Alisha, Heather, Holly, Heidi, Malinda, Karen and Nicholas; 10 great-grandchildren. Her husband Ernest preceded her death as well as a brother, Douglas McDowell. Friends may visit the funeral home Tuesday from 3 until 9 p.m. funeral service will be held Wednesday,
September 22, 1999 at 11 a.m. from the Baird-Newton Funeral Home in Lapeer, Rev. Mary Spencer will officiate with burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery. 

Source: The Flint Journal - 9/21/99


Harold W. Perry 53, died 10-31-1999. He was born 10-6-1946 in Lansing, Mi. The son of Louis W. & Emma M. (Inman) Perry. On 4-14-1979 he married Marilyn K. Bailey in Ashley, Mi. Surviving are his wife; children, Terry (Shari) Roe, Teresa Roe, John (Cindy) Vincent, Harold J. Perry, and Verna Perry; two brothers, Richard (Verna) and Phillip (Sally); two sisters, Mary Lou (Elmer) Levering and Marguarette Perry. (Pompeii, Mi.) 

Source: Gratiot County Herald


WILSON, Maxine L. 11286 Greenfield Dr., Galesburg, age 71, passed away peacefully at Borgess Medical Center, Friday evening, November 19, 1999 after a short illness. Maxine was born March 31, 1928, in Calhoun County, the daughter of Deward & Letha (Jackson) Inman. She lived in this area all of her life and in Galesburg since 1942. She had worked for Acme Quality Paints for 17 years, Bishop Electric for 8 years and as Office Manager for the U.S. Army Recruiting Office in Battle Creek for 13 years, retiring in 1996. She was a life of member of the Augusta Custer VFW Post Auxiliary. She and her husband, Milton, were married May 29, 1947, in Galesburg, and he preceded her in death in 1979. She is survived
by a daughter and son-in- law, Linda and Brent Sinon, of Galesburg; 2 grandchildren, Ross and Julie Sinon; 3 brothers and their spouses, Carlton and Lita Inman, of Oregon; Lyle and Rosemund Inman, of Augusta; and Gerald and Carlene Inman of Battle Creek; a stepbrother and step- sister and their spouses, Freeman and Anna Irons, of Gobles, and Pauline and Joseph Boball of Otsego and Florida. Also preceding her in death was a daughter, Patricia Wilson, in 1962, and a sister, Evelyn Coleman in 1959. Several nieces and nephews also survive. Family will receive friends today from 6-8 pm and Monday from 2-4 and 6-8 pm at the LANGELAND Family Funeral Homes HOAG-SWITZER GALESBURG CHAPEL 145 W. Battle Creek St. where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 am with Rev. Mr. Michael Baker-Streevy, of the Galesburg United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery, Galesburg. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the Galesburg-Charleston Fire Department Rescue Squad or a charity of their choice.

Source:  The Kalamazoo Gazette


Inmon, Peter A. Whittemore, MI, age 44, passed away Sunday, December 19, 1999 at the West
Branch Regional Medical Center. He was born to David and Charlotte Inmon on July 4, 1955 in West Branch. Peter had worked at National Gypsum for over 25 years and was an avid golfer and hunter. Peter is survived by his wife, Kim; son: David (Melissa), Troy; daughters: Amanda (Robert) Sehee, Shannon Inmon; mother and step-father, Charlotte (Eugene) Schaefer of Florida; grandchildren: Dustin, Allison, Quincy; sisters: Cindy (Bob) Gratopp, Becky (Bob) Hudson, Jeanie (Don) Welch; and many nieces and nephews. Peter was predeceased by his father, David and grandparents, Charles and Geneva Wrathell. Funeral services will be held 11 A.M. Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at the Forshee Funeral Home in Twining. Visitation will be Monday from 6 until 9 and Tuesday 12 until 9. C. L. Forshee & Sons Funeral Home
Twining, Michigan

Source: The Bay City Times


Mr. Martin L. Inman, aged 64, of Rockford, formerly of Berkley, died March 13, 2000. He was born July 10, 1935 in Detroit, MI. He was preceded in death by his wife Ann in 1986 and by a son, Bret in 1982. Surviving are one daughter, Becki (Jeff) Agar of Rockford, MI; mother, Hermina Inman of Grand Rapids; mother-in-law, Louise Courtney of Stone Mountain, GA; sisters, Nadine (Russell) Olson of Las Cruces, NM and Norene (Gary) Doucette of Grand Rapids; one brother, Michael (Beverly) Inman of Berkley, MI; grandchildren, Johnny and Annie. Martin was a loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Martin was a former resident of Berkley, MI for 40 years. He graduated from Lincoln High School in Ferndale. He graduated
from Michigan State University in 1965. He loved to fish, hunt and collect zippo lighters. Visitation Thursday 6 to 9pm and Friday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm at the Sawyer Fuller Funeral Home, 2125 W. 12 Mile Rd., Berkley, MI, 248-398-6500. Rosary Service Friday, 7:30 pm at
the funeral home. Services Saturday 11am until 11:30 am time of mass at Our Lady of LaSalette Church (2600 Harvard, Berkley), Fr. Mark George, Celebrant. Burial Holy Sepulcher. In lieu of flowers contributions to American Heart Assn. or American Diabetes Assn.

Source: The Grand Rapids Press - 3/15/2000


Nicholas Andree

Nicholas Andree, aged 74, died Monday, March 27, 2000 at Heartland Home Care Center. He was preceded in death by his sister, Catherine Misak and brother, Henry Andree. He leaves behind to remember him his loving wife and constant companion, Patricia; one son, Terry; step- daughter, Mary Ellen (Robert) Bajema; grandchildren, Michelle (Dennis) Huffman, Bill Andree, Shannan Bajema, Angela Bajema; great grandchildren, Denny, Derek; sister-in-law, Connie Inman, Carol (James) Ekkens of FL, Sharon (Al) Munson of Fl, Jack Inman of Belding, Rosemary (John) Whalen of FL; many many relatives, friends and golfing buddies. There was a private memorial and his remains will be returned to the wind, water, sun and Mother earth. "When I come to the end of the road and the sun has set for me, I want not rites in a gloom filled room, why cry for a soul set free? Miss me a little, but not too long. Miss me - but let me go. For this is a journey we all must take. And each must go alone. It is all part of the Master plan, a step on the road to home. We knew little that morning that God was going to call you home. You wished no one a last farewell. You had no hugs good-bye. In life we loved you
dearly, in death we'll do the same. Anyone wishing memorials might consider American Cancer Society. Poem excerpts "Author Unknown".

Source: Michigan Live


INMAN, GUY B., Age 84 of Royal Oak died June 5, 2000. He was born April 20, 1916 in Perth, New Brunswick. Surviving are his wife Olive; Children Dr. Robert E. Inman, D. O., Barbara E. (Howard) Campbell and Kathleen Reed; Siblings, R. Lawrence (Sally) Inman and Barbara (Harold) Slagle; seven Grandchildren and three Great Grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents, Street and Agnes Inman and brothers, G. Parker and Charles Medley Inman. Visitation Thursday and Friday 2-8 PM at the Kinsey-Garrett Funeral Home, 420 S. Lafayette, Royal Oak. Service Saturday 11:00 AM at the First Baptist Church, 309 N. Main, Royal Oak. Burial, White Chapel Cemetery. Memorials suggested to the church, American Kidney Foundation or American Cancer Soc.

Detroit Newspapers


Services for: Wallace Wendell Inman
Will be at: 11:00 AM Tuesday June 20, 2000
Place: Ashland Center Church of Christ
Visitation: None
Place of Burial: Ashland Center Cemetery, Grant, Michigan
Memorials: Countryside Church of Christ Bldng Fund, New Churches of Christ Evangelism

McKinley Funeral Home Homepage


Mrs. Sally Inman

Died Sept. 11, 2000

    Mrs. Sally Inman, age 72, of Porter Hills, passed away Monday, Sept. 11. 
    She is survived by her husband, Robert; her children, Stephen, John and Judith Rouse, Jeffery A. Rouse, Gregory C. and Kathleen Rouse; stepchildren, Gail E. Inman, Robert R. and Mary Lou Inman, Todd C. Inman, Joyce D. Inman; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; three step-grandchildren; seven step-great-grandchildren; one brother, C.A. Mitts III.
    A memorial service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Porter Hills Presbyterian Village with the Rev. Charles Howell officiating.
    Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

http://www.ludingtondailynews.com/


Sue Anna Inman
1954 - 2002

Sue Anna Inman, 47, of Midland, died unexpectedly Monday, August 19, 2002, at her home. She was born October 16, 1954 in Bay City. She attended Midland schools and graduated from Midland High School in 1973. Sue had worked at Romanow for 14 years and was presently working for Valley Lanes. She is survived by one daughter, Jennifer Lynn Inman of Midland; her mother, Marceline (Curler) Inman of Midland; two brothers, Johnny A. Inman and Jeff (Robin) Inman, both of Midland; one sister, Cecele Stilgenbauer of Midland; six nephews, five nieces, four great nephews, three great nieces; several aunts and uncles; and by her loving dog, Ralph. She was predeceased by her father, Junior B. Inman.

~SERVICES~
Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday, August 22, 2002, from the Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral Chapel, 1200 West Wheeler Street. Pastor Fred Bicknell of the Midland Missionary Church will officiate with burial in Midland City Cemetery.

~VISITATION~
Sue`s family will receive friends at the funeral home from 4-8 p.m. today, and on Thursday from 9 a.m. until time of service.

~MEMORIALS~
Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the charity of their choice. 


Violet Inman
Dowling Passed Away: 04/25/03

    Violet S. Inman, 71, of Dowling, died Saturday at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo.
    Visitation, Monday April 28, 2003 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Wren Funeral Home in Hastings.
    Graveside services will be held 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Dowling Cemetery. 

Battle Creek Enquirer - Publication Date: 04/28/03


Ronald 'Sparky' James Inman

    BENTON HARBOR -- Ronald "Sparky" James Inman, 69, of Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Benton Harbor, died Nov. 22, 2003, at home.
    Funeral services were held Nov. 29 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Bishop Jeff Hottman officiated. Burial was in Skyway Memorial Gardens, Palmetto, Fla. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Florida or American Cancer Society. The Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, 3904 Cortez Road, W. Bradenton, Fla., assisted the family.
    Mr. Inman was born March 30, 1934, in Benton Harbor. He was director of the Benton Township Branch YMCA. He moved from Benton Harbor to Bradenton in 1977. Mr. Inman was a Scout leader for the American Boy Scouts of America Troop 68, received the Silver Beaver Scouting Award and was commissioner of the S.W. Boy Scout Council. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
    Survivors include his wife, Lauralee A. Inman of Bradenton; a daughter, Rhonda Inman of Bradenton; a son, Kenneth Dwane (Paulette) Inman of Bradenton; three grandchildren -- Stephanie, Kenny Jr. and Kyler James; and a brother, Robert Inman of Benton Harbor.

Herald-Palladium


Raymond Inman, Sr.
Clear Lake, Dowling Passed Away: 12/29/03

    Raymond L. Inman, Sr., 81, of Clear Lake, Dowling, died Monday evening December, 29, 2003, at his home.
    Mr. Inman was born in Athens, Michigan, November 3, 1922, the son of Harry and Susan (Tenney) Inman. He was reared in the Athens area and attended the rural schools there. He lived at his Clear Lake home for over 50 years, moving there from Battle Creek.
    He was a United States Army Veteran of W W II serving in France and Germany.
    He married the former Phyllis Little, December 31, 1941, she died May 29, 1956.
    He later married the former Violet Shirley Ramsey, July 1, 1957, she died April 26, 2003.
    He was an employee of Michigan Carton for forty-three years and retired in 1987.
    A member of the Bedford Masonic Lodge, he also enjoyed hunting, fishing and woodworking.
    Surviving are sons, Raymond (Mary) Inman, Jr. of Dowling, Phillip (Grethel) Inman of Delton, Chris (Brenda) Inman of Germfask, Michigan, brothers, Verl Inman, Leonard Inman both of Union City, sister, Ilene Benthin of Marcellus, six grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
    Also preceding him in death are brothers, Harold Inman, Deo Inman, and a sister, Dorothy Parks.
    Visitation on Thursday, January 1, 2004, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Wren Funeral Home in Hastings.
    Services will be 12:00 noon, Friday, January 2, 2004, at the funeral home with Mr. John Hoyt officiating.
    Burial in Dowling Cemetery.
    Memorials to Barry Community Hospice.
    Arrangements by Wren Funeral Home. 

Battle Creek Enquirer - 12/31/03


Terry G. Inman 

    INMAN - Terry G. Inman, aged 61, of Grand Rapids, went to be with his Lord Wednesday, January 14, 2004 at the Home of Hope after a long courageous battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, Clarence Inman; and his sister, Betty Ann Inman. Surviving are his wife, Sandy; his children, Scott (Ann) Inman, Michael (Wendy) Inman, Terri (Drew) Wilson; his grandchildren, Cody, Andrew, Samuel, Troy, Max, Chase, and Paige; his mother, Mildred Inman; brother, Bruce (Doris) Inman; sisters, Dorothy (Jim) Groendyke, Joyce (Jim) Mitchell; father-in-law, Kenneth Van Setters; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Terry owned North End Party Store for 25 years with his wife, and currently was employed with the Grand Rapids Press, he was an avid bowler and loved to golf. Funeral and committal services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Messiah Lutheran Church, 2525 5 Mile Rd. N.E., with Rev. Terry Hoese officiating. Entombment in Chapel Hill Mausoleum. If you would like to pay your respects to Terry, please visit the Reyers North Valley Chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. For those who wish, memorials may be made to the Building Fund of Messiah Lutheran Church, or to Home Of Hope. Reyers North Valley Chapel.

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 1/15/2004.


Hermina Inman 

    INMAN - Hermina Inman, aged 93, of Grand Rapids, passed away Sunday, January 18, 2004. She was preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, Martin; her son, Martin; daughter-in-law, Ann; grandson, Bret; granddaughter, Mary Christine; brother, Joseph; and sister, Laura. She is survived by her children, Nadine (Rus) Olson, Michael (Bev) Inman, Norene (Gary) Doucette; 11 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren; her sisters, Theresia Schaaf and Jan Oprian; many nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered 12:00 p.m. Wednesday at St. Jude Catholic Church, 1120 4 Mile Rd. N.E. with Rev. Michael Danner as Celebrant. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Akron, Oh. If you would like to pay your respects to Hermina, please visit the Reyers North Valley Chapel from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and one hour before the Mass at the church on Wednesday. A Rosary will be prayed at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. For those who wish, memorials may be made to Hospice Of Michigan. Reyers North Valley Chapel

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 1/20/2004.


    INMAN, RICHARD JAMES "DICK" - age 68, passed on February 18, 2004 due to a heart attack. Mr. Inman was born in Perrysburg, OH and grew up in Hillsdale, MI. He was preceded in death by his parents, Rozella and James Inman. Surviving are: wife, Jo Inman; children, Jim and Karen Inman and Renee Inman of Chicago, IL, Peter and Tom Inman of Tempe, AZ, Michael, Steven Jeffrey and Mary Ann Stadler of Fenton, Chris Stadler of Gilbert, AZ; sister, Carol Horton (John) of Pinnelis Park, FL; mother-in-law, Golda Cecil of Fenton; sister-in-law, Doris Beattie (Robert) of Clarkston; and eight grandchildren. Memorial Mass will be held at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Tempe, AZ. Mr. Inman will be remembered at a memorial service in Fenton at a later date.
Fenton MI - Tri-County Times 2/29/2004


    Diana Lynn Inman, 49, of Union City, died Friday, April 2, 2004, at her home.
    She was born September 2, 1954, in Battle Creek, the daughter of C. A. Mike and Jimmie Mae (Buckner) Sweet.
    She married Christopher Inman, May 26, 1989, in Coldwater, he survives.
    Diana moved to Union City, from Battle Creek fifteen years ago. She was a Teller for Southern Michigan Bank and Trust until her retirement in 2002. She was previously employed by the City of Battle Creek in the Tax Department for eleven years.
    Survivors also include, daughters, Shanan Marie Small, Jodi Lynn Inman both of Battle Creek, Jamie Rae Inman of Marshall, sons, Raymond Arnold Rott, III, Christopher Michael Inman both of Union City, Shawn Allen Rott of Reno, North Carolina, sister, Jane Ann Powell of Monterey, Tennessee, brothers, Michael Edward (Ann) Sweet of Flint, Rickey Lee (Debbie) Pugh of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, mother and step-father, Jimmie Mae and Roland Pugh of Monterey, Tennessee, her father, C. A. Mike Sweet of Coldwater, step-mother, Billie (Bob) Stricklin of Battle Creek, three grandchildren, eight nieces and nephews.
    She was preceded in death by a step-mother, Stella Sweet and a brother, Earl Sweet.
    Memorial Services will be 12:00 noon Monday, April 5, 2004, at the Burlington Church of God with Pastor Ken Edgell officiating.
    Burial in Sherwood Cemetery.
    In lieu of flowers memorials to the family would be appreciated.
    Arrangements by Putnam Funeral Home. 

Battle Creek Enquirer (Apr/5/2004)


INMAN (MELLINGER), HAZEL LILY—

    Of Vandercook, passed away April 12, 2004, aged 88 years. She was born April 29, 1915, daughter of Harry and Myrtle (Mulcaster) Mellinger. She was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Harley Inman; one son, Daniel Inman; three brothers, Perry, Larry and Walter Mellinger; two sisters, Alice Inman and Beatrice Matthews. Surviving are two daughters, Joyce (Tom) Matthews of Vandercook, Kay (Rick) Weesner of Battle Creek; seven granddaughters, Tracy Inman, Karen (Mike) Merklinger, Lesley (George) DeBono, Jodi Weesner, Sara (Jason) Cleland, Rebecca Weesner, Kristin Matthews; five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Betty Dyer of Gregory, MI and Rita Neu of Horton. She was a member of Vandercook Lake Missionary Church where she taught Sunday School for many years. Mrs. Inman is at the WATSON FUNERAL CHAPEL where services will be held Saturday, 11:00 a.m. The Reverend Mick Tiede officiating. Interment Roseland Memorial Gardens. Contributions may be made to the Vandercook Lake Missionary Church, 511 E. McDevitt Ave., Jackson, MI 49203.
    Visitation Friday, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m.
    J.L.Watson Funeral Chapel 2590 Spring Arbor Rd. Locally owned since 1930
    
Published in the Jackson Citizen Patriot from 4/14/2004


Virginia M. Inman 

    INMAN - Virginia M. Inman, aged 73, of Howard City, passed away April 24, 2004. Funeral services will take place on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at the Heckman Funeral Home, with Pastor Zane Abberger officiating with burial in the Reynolds Cemetery. Memorials to the American Heart Association may be left at the funeral home, where friends may call on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and prior to services on Thursday. Heckman Funeral Home Howard City, MI (231)937-4315.

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 4/27/2004.

Virginia M. Inman 

    INMAN - Virginia M. Inman, aged 73, of Howard City, passed away at her home on April 24, 2004. She was born September 19, 1930 in Howard City, the daughter of Emanuel and Hielda (Carlson) Nestle. Virginia was a life long resident of Howard City. In 1981, she retired from General Motors with 30 years of service. She served on the United Charity Festival Board for 10 years. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary in Morley. Surviving are her children, Robert (Cheryll), Sharon (Wayne), Scott (Mary), all of Howard City; grandchildren, Billie Jo (Tony), Chad (Tammy), Bobby (Nicole), Adam, Matt (Angie), Rebecca, Katelyn, and Ryan; great-grandchildren, Trevor, Emma, Daniel, Elizabeth, Sarah, Kaylee, Jamie, and Cody; special grand-dog, Gracie; several brothers and sisters-in-law, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Roger L.; two brothers, Emanuel Jr. and Frank; and a sister, Marian. Funeral services will take place Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at the Heckman Funeral Home, with Pastor Zane Abberger officiating, with burial in the Reynolds Cemetery. Memorials to the American Heart Association may be left at the funeral home, where friends may call on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and prior to services on Thursday. Heckman Funeral Home Howard City, MI (231)937-4315.

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 4/26/2004.


GERALD INMAN
Hesperia
    Gerald Max Inman, 83, of Hesperia, passed away on Sunday evening, Aug. 1, 2004 at Transitional Health Services in Fremont.
He was born Gerald Max Inman, the son of Willy I. and Myrtle (Neely) Inman, on Dec. 28, 1915 in Gulliver. He went to work at CWC in Muskegon before he joined the U. S. Army and fought in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. He worked at Alpha Creamery in Hesperia until it closed. He worked for Wolverine Express until he retired in 1976. On Feb. 4, 1939, he joined Mary Katherine DeLong in marriage in Walkerville. He was a lifetime member of the Hesperia VFW.
He is survived by his wife Mary, three sons, Fred (Ellie) Inman of Hesperia, Clyde (Donna) Inman of Howard City, and Richard (Sandy) Inman of Morley, two daughters, Betty Sue (Don) Van Brocklin of Scottsville, and Mary Marie Williamson of Mobile, Alabama, 24 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, two sisters-in-law, Beaulah Inman of Montague, and Emily Inman of Roscommon; many nieces and nephews, and a long-time friend, Bonnie Klunder. 
    He was preceded in death by three children, Robert Dale (Joe Pete) Inman, Gerald Max Inman, and a baby girl, five brothers, Leo, Ellwood, Frank, Bill and Jerry Inman, four sisters, Gladys, Glenoyn, Stella and Garnet; a granddaughter, Barbara Lee Inman, and two sons-in-law, Arthur Kent Williamson and Lewis Edwin (Red) Staples.
    A graveside service for the interment of remains was held on Monday, Aug. 9 in the East Hesperia Cemetery, with Veterans Rites provided by the Hesperia American Legion and VFW. Arrangements by Raymond Funeral Home in Hesperia.

Fremont (MI) Times-Indicator - 11 August, 2004


Kurtis David Inman 
    INMAN - Kurtis David Inman, age 51, of Ada, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 26, 2004. Kurt was preceded in death by his parents, Shirley and Norma Inman, brother-in-law, Miles Thomas. He will be remembered always by his wife, Mary of 28 years; children, Matt (Samantha), Suzanne, Amy (Mike); brothers and sisters, Iris (Frank), Diane, John (Renay), Leslie, Mike (Penny), Linda (Aaron), Ardenna (Dale); many nieces and nephews. A service will be held 1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 28 at the Roth-Gerst Funeral Home, 305 N. Hudson, Lowell. Rev. F. VanderZwaag officiating. Interment at Findlay Cemetery. The family will meet with relatives and friends Saturday 11:30 to 12:30 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions in Kurt's name may be made to Hospice of Michigan, 1260 Ekhart NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503.

The Grand Rapids Press, (Aug/28/2004)


Larry Eugene Inman
1940 - 2004

Larry Eugene Inman, 64, of Midland, died Saturday evening, November 6, 2004, at his home. He was born March 21, 1940 in Bay City; son of the late John and Cecile (Engle) Inman. On January 13, 1973 he married the former Betty Jo Ray at the Floyd Church of God in Midland. Larry was employed as a truck driver for 40 years, had been a member of the Sanford Eagles Lodge Aerie #3677, and enjoyed hunting and camping. In addition to his wife Betty Jo of 31 years; he is survived by his children: Dwayne (Dawn) Inman of Lupton, Grace Inman of Sanford, Robin Root and Tracie Inman, both of Midland, Heidi Van-Y of Sanford, and Daniel (Lisa) Inman of Midland; 13 grandchildren, a special grandchild Kylie who was the apple of his eye; 7 great grandchildren, and a sister Sally Huggard of Albright Shores. He was preceded in death by 12 brothers and sisters.

-SERVICES-
Funeral services for Larry will take place 11 a.m. Tuesday, November 9, 2004, from the Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral Chapel, 1200 West Wheeler Street. Pastor Fred Becknell of the Midland Missionary Church, and Pastor Mike Leiter of Dice Wesleyan Church in Freeland will officiate and interment will follow in Midland Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

-VISITATION-
Larry’s family will receive friends at the funeral home on Monday from 4-8 p.m., and again on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until the time of services.

-MEMORIALS-
Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the family of Larry Inman.


David "Dave" Inman 

INMAN (Ravenna) - David "Dave" Inman, aged 63, died at home Saturday, December 11, 2004. Surviving are his wife, Fredly; daughter, Sarah Hollingsworth of FL; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; mother-in-law, Irma St. Amour of Muskegon; special friends, Norman and Sharon Stiles of Grand Rapids, Lee and Cleo Metzger of Muskegon; and his canine friends, Buddy and Tinker. Memorial Prayer Services were held today at Ravenna United Methodist Church. Cremation has taken place. Burial at Coopersville Cemetery. Dave requested that no flowers be sent, instead, memorials have been suggested to Hospice of Michigan Fremont, c/o Fremont Area Foundation, 819 W Main Fremont, MI 49412. Ravenna

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 12/13-14/2004.


Richard D. Inman

    Inman, Richard D. 'Lee' Bay City, Michigan Mr. Inman passed away Sunday evening, February 20, 2005 at his residence, age 77 years. The son of the late Sherman Ernest and Marth Edna (Alexandra) Inman was born January 4, 1928 in Flint, MI. He is survived by two sisters & two brothers-in-law: Mary & Lyle
Ball and Wilma & Duke Green all of Bay City, several nieces & nephews, one sister-in-law; Jay Inman of Fenton. In addition to his parents he was predeceased
by his sisters & brothers: Bernice, Ruth, Norman, Robert, Sherman & Betty.
    Funeral and Committal Services will take place Wednesday, February 23, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. at Gephart Funeral Home, Inc. Officiating will be Rev. Daniel C.
Meckes with cremation following. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 12:00 o'clock noon until the time of services. Memorial Envelopes for the Diabetes Association will be available at the funeral home.

Published in the Bay City (MI) Times on 2/22/2005.


INMAN, DONALD E. SR.—

    Of Jackson, passed away November 25, 2006, aged 84. Survived by four sons, Donald (Mary) Inman Jr., Thomas (Linda) Inman, Garold (Diane) Inman and David (Sally) Inman; 17 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife, Wilma; one son, Ronald; and one daughter, MaryAnn. He retired from Clark Equipment after 33 years. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. with the Reverend Byron Maynard officiating. Burial Hillcrest Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday, 6 to 8 p.m. Chas. J. Burden & Son 1806 E. Michigan Ave.

Published in the Jackson Citizen Patriot on 11/27/2006.


Geraldine M. Inman-Babauta

    (Myrtle Beach) Geraldine M. Inman-Babauta,age 81, died Sunday, March 25, 2007 at Prince George Health Care in Georgetown. Mrs. Babauta was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the daughter of the late George J. and Harriet C. Champagne Shea. Her first husband, James O. Inman, was the Plant Manager at Wolverine Brass in the 1960's through the early 1970's. Mrs. Babauta was a former member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church. She was predeceased by her first husband, James O. Inman, and a son Richard Inman. Surviving are her husband, Francisco M. Babauta of Myrtle Beach; two sons, Larry Inman and wife Josie of Canton, Michigan, and Mike J. Inman of Myrtle Beach; four daughters, Patty Strickland and husband Lee of Conway, Karen Sellers and husband Pearley of Murrells Inlet, Denise McRary and husband Terry of Bucksport, and Barbara Hearl and husband Larry of Surfside Beach; a sister, Yvonne Penning of Grand Rapids, Michigan; 22 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, 2007 at Goldfinch Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Hillcrest Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society, 950 48th Avenue N., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577. Sign a guestbook at www.goldfinchfuneralhome.com Goldfinch Funeral Home, Conway Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 3/27/2007.


Stanley Inman, 81, of Midland, died unexpectedly Wednesday, April 4, 2007, at the MidMichigan Medical Center from an apparent heart condition. He was born...

Published in the Midland Daily News from 4/5/2007 - 4/8/2007.


Glen A. Inman

    Glen A. Inman passed away November 3, 2007, at the age of 87. Glen was born in Michigan and lived there most of his life as a practicing chiropractor in Grand Rapids. He moved to Blacksburg, Virginia in June 2007, to be with his remaining son's family. He was preceded in death by his wife, Wilma; and his sons, Gary and David. He is survived by his son, Daniel J. Inman; daughter-in-laws, Shirley G. Inman and Catherine A. Little; along with five grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren. His remains will reside in Sparta Michigan, along side his wife, Wilma; and son, Gary. He was an inspiration to all who knew him. Per his wishes, no services are offered. Arrangements by McCoy Funeral Home, Blacksburg.

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on 11/4/2007.


Inman, James E.

James E. Inman, 56, of Midland, died early Friday morning, Nov. 16, 2007 at MidMichigan Medical Center. He was born on June 20, 1951 ...

Published in the Midland Daily News on 11/17/2007.


    KENNETH ELWOOD INMAN, 77, of Onekama, passed away Tuesday morning, Dec. 16, 2008, at West Shore Medical Center.
    A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, at Oak Grove Cremation Center, Manistee, with visitation from noon until the time of service. Cremation will take place at Oak Grove Cemetery.
    The family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Oak Grove Cremation Center in Manistee.

Published in the Record-Eagle on 12/17/2008


    Donald Carl Inman, 65 of Interlochen, died Dec. 19, 2008.
    Don was born Nov. 7, 1943, in Traverse City, to Donald L. and Elmy K. (Erickson) Inman. He married Bonnie (Chupp) on June 21, 1990.
    An avid hunter, Don enjoyed hunting bear, raccoon and coyotes with his brothers and "the guys." He enjoyed breeding, training and showing dogs and horses, and loved pulling Belgiums with all of his good friends. He talked on CBs and HAM radios, target-practiced with guns, and had coffee with everyone in the local restaurant in the mornings. Being with family was his "best times," and being at his cabin in the north was his second-best. He was a giving and passionate person in his own way, doing for others whenever asked. He was a member of NRA, the North and South Horsepulling Associations, and the Water Well Drilling Association.
    Surviving Don is his wife, Bonnie; children, Donna (Tom) King, Jim "Butch" (Denise) Pierce, Evonne "Edie" Allard, Amy Allard (fiancĂ©e Glen Naghtin); his mother, Elmy; brothers and sisters, Duane (Helen) Inman, Dan (Elizabeth) Inman, Devon (John) Sprandel, Dale (Karen) Inman; grandchildren, Tom Jr., Michael, Aaron, April, Anna, Angie, Heather, Lindsey, Mathew, Keisha, Kelsey, Sara, Amy, Nadalys; great-grandchildren, Brogan, Harper, Bradon, Emily; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
    Don was preceded in death by his father, Donald; and a stepfather, George Wepking.
    Visitation will take place today, Dec. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home.
    Funeral Services will take place at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23, at The Redeemer Lutheran Church, with visitation one hour prior. The Rev. Timothy Brand will be officiating the services.
    Memorial contributions may be directed to the Redeemer Lutheran Church Food Pantry.
    The family is being served by Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home, Traverse City.

Source:Record-Eagle.com