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Sterling Heights, Michigan Funeral Homes
13650 E 15 Mile Rd
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48312
(586) 977-7300
33250 Ryan Rd
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48310
(586) 939-7200
3801 18 Mile Rd
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48314
(810) 997-3838
36900 Schoenherr Rd
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48312
(586) 826-8550
Sterling Heights, Michigan Obituaries and News
Honors: Sterling Heights students recognized at Davenport University January 26, 2017

Sterling Heights residents Dominique Turner, Alen Stojanoski, Stacy Schmidt, Biola Dampella, Zina Karcho and Ashley Lesky were named to the president’s list for the fall 2016 semester at Davenport University in Grand Rapids. To be eligible for the list ... (Source Newspapers)

Man dies after shooting outside Sterling Heights condo complex November 10, 2016

A man was shot and killed outside a Sterling Heights condo complex early Wednesday in the city's first homicide this year, police said today. The man, who was not identified because police are still trying to confirm his identity, was found about 3:30 ... (Des Moines Register)

Sterling Heights voters make their Election Day choices November 09, 2016

in Sterling Heights as he appeared to hold onto a slight lead in Michigan, as of 3 a.m. Nov. 9, after voters went to the polls Nov. 8. According to unofficial results on Macomb County’s elections website, with all 45 precincts counted, Trump earned about ... (Cand Gnews)

Watch Replay: Donald Trump Rally in Sterling Heights, Michigan November 06, 2016

Battleground Michigan sees flurry of visits in final sprint before Election Day: Hillary Clinton, Mike Pence, President Obama, Bill Clinton. STERLING HEIGHTS, MI — Two days before Americans vote in the historic Nov. 8, 2016, presidential election ... (Patch)

Trump stumps in Sterling Heights 48 hours before polls close November 06, 2016

Trump started by promising the crowd of some 7,000 at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights that he would win Michigan and the White House on Nov. 8. From there, much of his speech focused on the economy and the auto industry, with Trump promising ... (WOOD)