Flint Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Flint, MI

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  • Tuesday Nov 25 | via The Daily Standard 

    Raymond Boswell

    Raymond G. Boswell, 89, Celina, and formerly of California, died at 4:20 a.m. Nov. 22, 2014, at Celina Manor Nursing Home. He was born Feb. 11, 1925, in Flint, Mich., to Claude and Blanch Hewitt Boswell.

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  • Thursday Nov 20 | via MLive.com 

    Mother of four who lost battle with cancer remembere...

    Bonita White's determination not to let her cancer define her and the love she had for her children were the two things that spoke the most about her character, friends and family said. White of Flint was a single mother of four.

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  • Sunday Nov 16 | via Dayton Daily News 

    MIKESELL, Donald E.

    News Death Notice MIKESELL, Donald E. "Mike" Age 79 of Kettering, passed away November 14, 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Delpha Mikesell; parents-in-law, Ray and Ruby Keller; brothers, Raymond and Richard; sister, Onda Pheanis; and sister-in-law, Carole Allgyer.

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  • Saturday Nov 1 | via Northern Michigan News 

    Pamela Jo Draper

    Pamela Jo Draper, of Luther, passed away Friday morning, October 31, 2014, at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City. She was 60. She was born on July 16, 1954, in Flint, to Donald L. and Margaret M. Fellows Sr., and they preceded her in death.

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  • Thursday Oct 30 | via MLive.com 

    Former Flint city councilman, county commissioner Ca...

    Flint could use another public leader like Carl Mason, say some who worked with the former city councilman, Genesee County commissioner and longtime member of the Hurley Foundation Board and Board of Managers at the Hurley Foundation. Richard Warmbold, president of the Hurley Foundation Board, said he had lunch with Mason on Wednesday, Oct. 22, and the next day, Mason had fallen.

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  • Wednesday Oct 29 | via MLive.com 

    Word of Life Christian Church, Good Samaritan Networ...

    Pastor Keith O'Neal and the Good Samaritan Network have joined forces with Word of Life Christian Church and Pastor George Wilkinson to make Candy Mountain, a 2,000-pound-plus chunk of candy available from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, at the church for Halloween. In association with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flint, The Literacy Network, Good Samaritan Network, Diplomat Pharmaceutical, McDonald's, Meijer, Morgan Stanley, Lawrence Moon Funeral Home, and Herman Moore, the former Detroit Lions football player, among many other sponsors, the church's outreach organization Community Adults Urging Student Excellence will work to give kids and their families a safe haven on Halloween, according to Wilkinson, pastor of Word of Life.

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