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Deanna Grabner Thomas
Ray Miller
Charlie Kenyon
Elrey Goheen
Janet Jackson Sowmick
David Curtis
Althea Cascadden Phillips
Marjorie Winslow Mueller
Bob Griffin
Bill Bedtelyon
David Denman
Nancy Blancher Finerty
Malcolm Hall
Janet Bragg Schmitt
Bill & Joyce Miller Walters
Rodney Ritter
Butch Painter
Bill Towner
Elsie Nichols Jameson
Bruce Jameson
Julia Marchinski Pfeiffer

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Chester Surline, Supt.
Hollis Miner, Principal
Alan Murray, Class Advisor
Louise Turner, Class Advisor
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Judy Lebzelter Jameson-President
Mike Winter-Vice President
Cheri Nadeau Wright-Treasurer
Nancy Good Hughey-Secretary
Merle Abbott
Janet Anderson Eymer
William Bedtelyon
Dan Benjamin
Neil Biltoft
Nancy Blancher Finerty
Terry Blum
Janet Bradley Dudock
Patricia Bray Inman
Gordon Burger
Robert Candy
Kay Carscallen Kaepp
Althea Cascadden Phillips
Joyce Cole Mullis
Gary Conrad
Douglas Cooper
David Curtis
David Denman
Louis Dorn
Phyllis Evilsizer Head
Robert Farrington
Rosalie Fox Baynham
Don Gibbs
Elray Goheen
Barbara Goff Hanes
Sandra Golden
Kenneth Good
Deanna Grabner Thomas
Leo Gussman
Tom Hacht
Jean Hagelstein Brindley
Malcolm Hall
Nancy Harris Hagaman
Hubert Harshman
Leona Hill Stahl
Kenneth Hughey
Adolph Illig
Janet Jackson Sowmick
Bruce Jameson
Robert Jones
Gene Kenyon
Patricia Klacking Noffsinger
Sally Lucas DeVries
Mary Marchinski Pfeiffer
Maxine Markle Fisher
Darrell Middleton
Albert Miles
Joyce Miller Walters
Roy Miller
Fritz Monson
Darrold Morris
Janet Moulton
Kenneth Neubecker
Elsie Nichols
Kale Ann Oberlin Reis
Dallas Ostrander
Norman Painter
Rosalie Peck Stewart
Harold Pfeiffer
Janet Pointer Carrick
Edward Poynor
Anne Raymond Smith
Joan Remilong Walters
Rodney Ritter
Edward Rouse
Leroy Saladine
Caroline Salinski Hoard
Roy Schaeffer
Darryl Sokoly
Dorothy Spencer Shutter
James Stamm
Gloria Steelman Eldred
Peggy Stillwagon Flynn
Carl Thompson
Marilyn Towner Morgan
William Towner
Roberta Trout Smith
Frances Valley Nagy
Marjorie Winslow Mueller
Gerald Woughter
 

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Patricia Bray Inman
Carl Thompson
Phyllis Evilsizer Head
Gorden Burger
Bob Farrington
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Albert H. Miles, age 77, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at West Branch Regional Medical Center. He had lived in West Branch since 1995, formerly of Oxford, MI. Albert was born to Harold and Cora Miles in Alpena, MI on August 23, 1937. He was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus Council #2022. Albert enjoyed fishing, hunting, going to Mac’s Place, spending time with his family, and helping anyone in need.

Albert is survived by his children,
Larry (Cheryl) Miles of West Branch, Terry (Janette) Miles of West Branch, and Albert (Christy) Miles Jr. of Farwell, MI; grandchildren: Nolan, Chelsea, Shayne, Kyle, Kaylyn, Aleesa, Travis, and Brandi; great grandchildren: Aniston, Hadley, Olive, Ivy, and Colin; sisters: Beverly (Max) Breault of Gladwin, MI and Betty Hoskins of Howell, MI; brothers: Lloyd (Linda) Miles of Gladwin, MI and Gary (Terri) Miles of Flint, MI. He is preceded in death by his parents, wife, Mary in 2011, and brother, John. 
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Obituary for Patricia Ann Noffsinger

Patricia Ann Klacking Noffsinger,class of 1957, age 76, passed away on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at West Branch Regional Medical Center. She had lived in West Branch, MI for most of her life. Patricia was born to Wallace and Bessie (Munn) Klacking in Garden City, MI on October 1, 1939. On January 28, 1961 she married Gerald Noffsinger in West Branch. Patricia was a member at the West Branch Church of Nazarene and she enjoyed catering and was active in helping out the community with activities. She also was involved with sporting events for her children and grandchildren.

Patricia is survived by her loving husband of 54 years, Gerald Noffsinger; children, Michael Noffsinger, Mark (Vicki) Noffsinger, Jeri (Steve) Noffsinger-Olsen, Cheryl Noffsinger, Karen (Todd) Zettel, and Susan (Ed) Schwiderson; grandchildren, Vanessa (Brandon), Michael, Nathan (Holley), Logan, Raelynn (Mike), Melissa, Joshua, Amanda (Nic), Sarah, Emily (Dan), Levi, Chalsie (Carlos), Nicholas, Olivia, Noah, Tyson (Marissa), Tayler, Nicholas, Mark, Sara, Trevor (Chandler), Robie, Eddie, Bradly, and Ryan; great grandchildren, Johnathan, Elaina, Gavin, Joey, Dayton, Jayden, Erin, Landon, Lola, LaelyAnna, Lucia, Brom, Makell, NaKaiyah, Addie, Trenten, Trace, Khloe, and Ryker; brother, Thomas (Brenda) Klacking; sister, Mary Hughes; brother in laws, Jim Noffsinger, Earl (Jean) Noffsinger, Jeff Noffsinger, and Joe (JoAnn) Noffsinger; sister in laws, Judy (Bob) Kabbes and JoEllen (Terry) Wangler; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Wallace and Bessie Klacking, brother, Ronald Klacking, sister in law, Jackie Gildner, and parents in law, Earl and Dorothy Noffsinger.

A Memorial Service will be held at a later time.

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James Daniel Benjamin, age 76, of Clio, passed away Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at Hurley Medical Center .  Dan was born in Flint on December 3, 1938 and was the son of the late James and Jessie Benjamin. He was a minister of Community of Christ Church since 1960. Mr. Benjamin retired from the insurance industry after 35 years. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force.  Dan was a very loving father, grandfather and dear friend to many.
Surviving are daughters, Lori and husband John Addison, shelly and husband Robert Gase; 2 grandchildren, Colton Addison and Caroline Gase; and sister Joan Wooderson of Florida.  Dan was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Fred and Don.
Tim Ross officiated at the funeral service which was held 3:00 p.m. Sunday, May 17, 2015, at the Swartz Funeral home, Flint, Michigan with cremation taking place following the service. 
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Posted: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 2:33 pm

Gary L. Conrad, 75, of Gladwin, died peacefully at Horizon Senior Living in Gladwin, Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015, after a long illness. He was born in West Branch, MI on June 15, 1939 to the late Theo (Hartwick) and Francis Conrad. Gary served in the U.S. Army from Nov. 21, 1963 and was honorably discharged on March 31, 1968.

Gary liked to travel, go camping and fishing, and did lots of woodworking. He also spent lots of time with family, friends, and telling stories.

Gary is survived by his wife Kay Conrad, and his three children; Brain and his wife Mandy, of Spring, TX; Cheryl Francis of Hope, MI, and Craig, of Spring, TX. He also has three grandsons: Devin and Caiden Conrad and Christian Francis. He is also survived by his sister Charlene Allison and his sister-in-law Ann Conrad, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his late wife, Hope Conrad, his brother Daryl Conrad, and his parents Theo and Francis Conrad.

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Gerald Woughter
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Class of 1957

In Memory of

Gerald E. Woughter

February 14, 1939 - March 27, 2012
 
Gerald Edward Woughter was born February 14, 1939 and passed away on March 27, 2012.
He graduated from West Branch High School, West Branch, Michigan with the class of 1957.

He was an Architectural Supply Salesman for over 20 years and lived in the San Diego County area for over 50 years.

Gerald is survived by his Daughter Kristine Woughter and 5 brothers.

Gerald will be laid to rest in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego, California.

Gerald was much loved and will be greatly missed.

Rest in Peace Gerald.

Leo A. Gussman died March 26, 2012
 
He was born in West Branch, Michigan on
August 22, 1939. Leo graduated from West Branch High School with the class of 1957.
He earned his Associate's Degree at Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa.
He went on to earn a Master's Degree in Choral Conducting and Church Music at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J.
Leo taught high school vocal music in the
Kansas City and Fort Osage School Districts.
He graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Mo.
Before his retirement in 2001, Leo worked many years at GEHA as their
Office of Personnel Management Coordinator.
 
Leo was baptized as a member of the RLDS church at the age of eight and later was ordained to the offices of priest and elder.
He was Center Stake and Blue Valley Stake music director and director of the Stone Church choir.
He also directed the
Independence Sanitarium Nurses's Chorus.
Leo was the director of The Restoration Chorale from 2001 until the present.
After his affiliation with the Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, he was ordained to the office of High Priest and set apart as Patriarch/Evangelist.
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Cheri Nadeau Wright

WRIGHT, Cheri Janet 72, passed away peacefully after a short battle with cancer on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011. She was surrounded by her loving family. Cheri and her husband, Hugh, recently moved to Baker, FL from Gulfport, FL. Summers were spent at Rennie Lake, located near Traverse City, MI. One of her delights was to serve on the Prince and Princess Committee at the annual Cherry Festival in Traverse City. She was born June 14, 1939 in Wyandotte, MI. She grew up and attended school in West Branch, MI class of 1957 of which she was the treasurer. Upon her graduation, she enrolled in the School of Nursing, University of Michigan. She went on to become a flight attendant for Capitol Airline. She was hired by Ford Motor Company as a clerk-typist and after many rapid promotions, they advanced her to Management Role as an Industrial Relations Analyst, at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn, MI; an achievement probably never occurring before at Ford. She loved to travel, and travel she did, beginning with a honeymoon to Hawaii. When her husband Hugh was transferred to Ford of Europe near London, she joined the Ford Wives Club and toured all parts of the United Kingdom. Since Hugh's territory was all of Europe, she traveled extensively throughout Europe. Cheri booked herself on a safari in Africa, sightseeing in China, and numerous other locations. She became a very good tour guide for their many visitors. Upon returning to the USA, she and Hugh traveled home by going east. Stops were made in Amsterdam, Abu Dabi, the Maldives Islands, Hong Kong, Australia, Hawaii, California, and finally Detroit. Hugh retired and they moved to Florida. She was a member of the "Hot Shots" ladies golf group, at Pasadena Yacht and Country Club and a "Salty Sister" with her sailing group at St. Petersburg Yacht Club. She loved to visit Kim and Steve at their overseas assignments. She also enjoyed trips on their boat "Sea Jay" up and down the intercostals waterway. She loved life and to travel and her "bucket wish list" was fulfilled and emptied. She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Mary Nadeau. She is survived by her husband, of 32 years, Hugh; daughters, Kim Chandler (Steve) and Denise Baldwin (Charlie); son David; brothers, Larry and Chip Nadeau (Betty and Michalene); grandsons, Wesley and Evan Chandler; granddaughters, Kristen and Kathryn Baldwin; nieces, Staci Nadeau and Gabrielle Brindley; and nephew Michael Nadeau. Services will be held Oct. 3.
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Dorothy J. Spencer Shutter, age 72 of Houghton Lake passed away Monday, September 27, 2010 at Bortz Health Care in Rose City after an extended illness. Dorothy loved to travel and camp, paint and sew and she enjoyed quilting and downhill skiing. She owned and operated 3 Cheers Ice Cream Store in Roscommon.

Dorothy is survived by her husband Richard Shutter of Houghton Lake, children, Ron (Annie) Parrish of West Branch, Guy (Charlene) Parrish of Pottsboro, TX, Brian Parrish of Newport Richey, FL, Kelly (Chris) Sappington of Lakeland, FL and Kristi (John) Bonk of Lacy, WA, stepchildren, Kim (Doug) Lowell of Houghton Lake, Mike Butson of Fife Lake, Dawn Shutter of Blaine, MN, Rick (Debbie) Shutter and Deborah Shutter both of Mudenlien, IL and Tracey (Jim) Heidecker of Evansville, IN. 21 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Also surviving are her sisters, Shirley White of Charlotte, Dawn Kennedy of St. Helen and Nancy (Leroy) Prentice of West Branch. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Lyle, Dave and Gary, her stepdaughter Karen Zavitz and her step-grandson Scott Lowell.

Visitation at the Steuernol & McLaren Funeral Home in West Branch will begin on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. until the time of the Memorial Service at 11:00 a.m. Elder Richard Hamilton will officiate.

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Judy Lebzelter Jameson
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Class of 1957

Our beloved mother, Judith Ann Jameson, née Lebzelter, passed on suddenly on the afternoon of August 21st. Born January 23, 1939 in West Branch, she was the first of the two children of Paul R. and Dorothy (McGowan) Lebzelter. Her maternal McGowan relatives came to West Branch in the 1880s, where John C. McGowan, Sr., her great-grandfather, established a hardware that was carried forward into the late 1970s by Paul Lebzelter. Paul’s family came from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by way of Detroit. Her great-grandmother, Mary Ann Hyde McGowan, helped to lay the cornerstone of Trinity Episcopal Church in West Branch.

Judy attended public schools in her hometown, where she graduated in the class of 1957. She then attended Michigan State University, majoring in Child Development; while there she joined Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She received her B.A. in Education from San José State University in 1961.

In the early 1960s she married and moved to Leelanau County, where she taught grade school at the Leelanau Schools, which, together with the Leelanau Homestead, was owned and managed by her husband and his family.

Judy inspired others with her boldness and adventurous spirit. She took flying lessons while pregnant with her first child. She was an accomplished horsewoman, one of the first women certified as a ski instructor in the Midwest, a Little League baseball and high school tennis coach. She invented an ingenious baby spoon when her youngest child was born. In the early 1980s she ran an interior design business, Ann Huey Interiors at Leland, and later was one of the principals of Huey/Heeseman Interiors in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her passion in later life was for painting.

Though her family always took center stage, she was intensely interested in community and others around her. Judy was a former member of the Little Garden Club in Leland, where she was a moving force in the beautification of Main Street through the planting of maple trees in the 1980s. Those trees are now beginning to reach their maturity. She later joined the Marquette Garden Club and served on the Marquette Hospital Auxiliary. She was on the Board of Directors of the Marquette Child and Family Services in 1992.

Her first marriage to Richard K. Huey II produced the three of us: Richard K. Huey III (Sally Williams), Michael C.M. Huey (Christian Witt-Dörring), and Susanne Sandmeyer (Tim McCracken). Also surviving are her five adored grandchildren, Francesca, Camille, and Caroline Huey, and Kate and Luca McCracken. Her beloved brother, William “Shipen” Lebzelter, died in 1986, her parents more recently.

Doug Jameson became a part of our family after falling in love with our mother, and later marrying her, on September 12, 1998. Doug survives, along with his children David (Stacey Rae Ott) and Becky (James Smith), as do his grandchildren Reed, Gage, Parker, Gabrielle, Lou, and Eli.

Doug and Judy delighted in all their grandchildren together.

We will forever miss Judy’s kindness, generosity, and grace - expressed even at the very end by her wish to be an organ donor - but know that these are qualities that are steadfast and enduring, and part of something larger.

When we returned to her home after her death, we found on her easel what we all agreed was her best artwork yet - if not quite completed - a successful experiment in an entirely new subject and palette.

We cannot help but feel that her work here, too, was not quite done, but we stand in front of it in awe.

We would especially like to thank Sara Huey Thompson, Jim and Leah Lebzelter, Becky and James Smith, and Stacey Rae Jameson for helping us to send off our mother with many kisses, caresses, tears, and joyful words. We honor Doug’s quick action and kindness to our mother in her last moments, as well as the EMT and hospital staff, which provided such good and heartfelt service.

The memorial service for Judith Ann Jameson will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, August 28th at Trinity Episcopal Church in West Branch, followed by refreshments at the West Branch Country Club.

Friends may call on the evening of Friday, August 27th from 6-9 p.m. at Steuernol & McLaren Funeral Home, 109 E. Houghton Avenue.

In lieu of flowers please direct memorials in the name of Judith Ann Jameson to Gift of Life (www.giftoflifemichigan.org); Trinity Episcopal Church, West Branch; or The Leelanau Conservancy (www.theconservancy.com).

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David "Dutch" Curtis (1957) and wife Carol Priddy Curtis (1958)
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Leona Hill Stahl...
Lee and Norm Stahl celebrated their 50th anniversary on April 13,2009. Lee graduated from West Branch High School in 1957, at­tended Central Michigan College, Detroit Business Institute and NOVA. Norm graduated from Hayfield High School in 1956 and received many certificates related to his occupation.
Lee retired from Prince William County public schools in 1995, having worked in administration for 8 years. She helped start The Olde Towne Investment Club, where she is the Financial Officer. Norm retired with 22 years of active duty and many honors from the U.S. Army in 1979. He worked at the White House Transporta­tion Agency as a supervisor for several years before retirement. He also served with honor at the Secret Service Office of Protective Operations.
The Stahls have two children, son Charles R. Stahl (wife Dawn Stahl) and daughter Donna Bode (Stahl) and two grandsons, Geof­frey Bode and Chase Stahl.
Lee and Norm enjoy boating and swimming at their home on Lake Anna, gardening and traveling.

In 1934 Thelma married Robert Dent. In 1943 they moved to West Branch. There they raised six children: Vivian Gage, JoAnn Sharrow, Marjorie Ball, Terry Dent (Pattie), Claudia Simmons (Ken) and Kurt Dent (Connie), who all survive her. Grandma had 92 grand, great-grand and great-great grandchildren
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Louis E. Doran
Class of 1957
Died Sunday, November 4, 2007

Louis E. Doron, age 69, of West Branch, passed away Sunday, November 4, 2007 at Bortz Health Care in West Branch. He had lived in West Branch for all of his life and was a member of the Farm Bureau and the First United Methodist Church. He always enjoyed the Ogemaw County Fair.

Louis is survived by his cousins, Donald (Janet) Templin of Bay City, Janet (Robert) Adlam of Unionville, Floyd (Mary) Taylor of Standish, Wayne Taylor of Clare and Russell Buhlman of West Branch and his close friends, Phyllis and Burt Morris of West Branch.

The Funeral Service was at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church, West Branch. Rev. Mary Lynch will officiate with burial following at Brookside Cemetery, West Branch.

 

DECEASED CLASSMATES

Howard "Tom" Hacht

Albert H. Miles
(March 17, 2015)

Patricia Ann Klacking Noffsinger
1/6/16)
 
Gerald Woughter
(3/27/2012)
 
Dorothy J. Spencer Shutter
(September 27,2010)
 
Judy Lebzelter Jameson
(August 21, 2010)
 
Sally Lucas DeVries
(July 30, 2008)


Louis Doran


(November 4, 2007)

Terry Blum


(April 2, 2005)



Hubert Harshman



Janet Moulton



Edward Poynor


(May 12, 2001)



Leroy Saladine


 (1988)



Caroline Selinski Hoard



Marilyn Towner Morgan


 (1986)



Harold Pfeiffer


(August 6, 1996)


 


Frances Valley Nagy


(May 2008)


 


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