Richard Blower, 50, of Michigan City, Ind., formerly of Union Pier, passed away peacefully at 9:50 a.m. Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, at home. He was born Aug. 24, 1965, in Saginaw to Richard E. and Stella Jean (Nemeth) Blower. (The Herald Palladium)
When he had a family of his own, he was a Scout leader for his sons. In 1935, he worked in the oil fields in Michigan where he met his future wife, Mary Marie Shrimplin. When the oil fields were no longer producing, he got a job on the Pennsylvania R.R ... (The Daily Record)
Survivors include a brother, Larry Wyer and his wife Betty of Georgetown, Texas; a sister, Alta Byrne of Homestead Falls, Ohio; and her nephews, Larry Wyer Jr. of Cleveland, Ohio, Chad Wyer of Canton, Ohio, and Lasey Semenok of Howell, Michigan. (Times West Virginian)
She was a graduate of Shady Spring High School, Salem College with a BS Degree in Psychology and Literature, held a Masters Degree in Psychology from Michigan State University, and held a Doctorate Degree in Human Science from Saybrook Institute and ... (The Register Herald)
He took many trips to visit his grandkids in Michigan. He truly cherished the time he shared with his family. Those honoring and celebrating his life include his son, Kevin (Kimberly) McVey, Midland, Mich.; daughter, Kim McVey, Davenport; grandchildren ... (Quad-Cities Times)
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