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October 31, 1950 - September 21, 2014
Age 63 of Flat Rock, formerly of Ann Arbor, passed away suddenly September 21, 2014. He was born October 31, 1950 in Peoria, Illinois. Will was a College Professor before realizing his dream of coaching football. Football was his passion and he was thrilled to exercise that passion coaching football at Flat Rock Community High School. Will was a remarkable man and an incredible coach. He came to football early in life, playing in high school, college and at the semi-pro level. Will also enjoyed playing racquetball and handball.
A memorial service will be held Monday, September 29, 2014 at 7pm at Flat Rock Community High School at the Marvin Mittlestat Field, 25600 Seneca, Flat Rock, Michigan 48134.
In lieu of condolences, show your love for Will by making Memorial contributions to the Flat Rock Ram Boosters, 25600 Seneca, Flat Rock, MI 48134.
May 2, 1921 - September 21, 2014
Age 93, longtime resident of Northville, passed away peacefully September 21, 2014. He was born May 2, 1921 in Chicago, Illinois; son of Edward and Gladys (nee Lundgren) Ording. LeRoy was united in marriage to Phyllis Dodd on August 4, 1945; and they spent 69 loving
He proudly served his country during WWII as a Sergeant with 15th U.S. Army Air Force 460th Bomb Group. He was assigned as an Airborne Radar Operator in B24 Mickey Aircraft.
Mr. Ording graduated from Lindbloom Technical High School in Chicago, Illinois. He furthered his education receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology and a M.B.A. from University of Chicago. LeRoy also attended advanced
engineering programs at MIT, Stanford, and Michigan State University. He began his career at International Harvester Company as a Machine Designer, and continued with Ford Motor Company, where he worked as a certified Professional Engineer and a Manufacturing Engineer. The positions he held during his employment were varied and widely diversified and he retired as a Ford Motor Company Executive after 40 years.
He was a member of SAE, SME, Quiet-Birdmen, and the Masons. He was also a member of St. Johns Episcopal Church in Plymouth. One of LeRoys greatest passions was flying, both for business and pleasure; he was the holder of a Commercial Pilots License. He also enjoyed woodworking as a hobby.
LeRoy is survived by his beloved wife, Phyllis C. Ording; his children, Richard (Diann) Ording, Linda (Dana) Atton, and Reid (Jean) Ording; his grandchildren, Michael, Christopher, Andrea (Tommy), Hunter, Erin, and Kyle; and his great grandchildren, Madelynn, Kaden, and Avery. He was preceded in death by his parents.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM Sept. 26, 2014 at St. Johns
Episcopal Church, 574 S. Sheldon, Plymouth, MI 48170. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate contributions to Angela Hospice, 14100 Newburgh, Livonia, MI 48154 or St. Johns Episcopal Church.
January 30, 1926 - September 11, 2014
Age 88, a resident of Lyon Township, passed away September 11, 2014. She was born January 30, 1926; daughter of Earl and Lily (nee Wiseman) Self. She was a 1944 graduate of Darlington High School in her hometown of Darlington, Indiana. Flossie was united in marriage to Tony Tonda on July 18, 1953 and they spent 31 loving years together until his death in 1985. Flossie was a homemaker who enjoyed baking for her family, especially Italian bread. She also enjoyed tending to her beautiful garden.
Flossie and her family moved to the Plymouth-Canton area in 1969. She was very active at the First Congregational Church in Ypsilanti until 1968 and a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth; church was where her dedication to helping others began. Flossie shared her interest in education by participating in school organizations. Her first district-wide involvement was as a representative on the school's district's Safety Committee. She eventually became president of this organization. Flossie fought to make her community safer; her first victory was the skywalk across Joy Road. Flossie's involvement went beyond just the school district. She was asked by the Canton Township Supervisor to serve on the Planning Commission.
In 1974 she became President of the district Community Council and appointed to fill a vacancy on the School Board. She continued her involvement with her children's school, Campfire Girls, the Safety Committee, and the Canton Planning Commission. In 1976, Flossie was elected to the School Board. In this same year, she opened the school district clothing bank to help children and families.
Other community involvement included President of the Canton County Festival, founder of the Canton Republican Club in 1980, and a very active participant with the Dion Nursing home recruiting volunteers in Wayne, Oakland, and Livingston counties. Flossie also served on the Canton Advisory Committee for Oakwood Hospital and served as President of the Wayne County School Board Association. In 1984 Flossie was named Woman of the Year for Canton. In 1994 the Flossie B. Tonda Elementary School opened in Canton; a small token of appreciation for all of her hard work and dedication. When she retired she moved to Sarasota, Florida, but her community involvement did not end; she was President of Oakwood Manor HOA, a volunteer for Hospice, Women's Exchange, and the Sarasota Opera House.
She is survived by her daughters Tina (Mark) Servies and Toni (Frank Noverr) Tonda; her stepdaughter Pamela Tonda; her sisters Ginny (Don) Anglin and Donna Tonda; her grandchildren Tammy (Matthew) Trasky, Kurt (Tina) Servies, Tracy (Alex) MacDonald, Andrew Space, and Tyler Space; her great grandchildren Teagan, Grace, and Emma; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, her twin sister Florence Floury, her brother Jack Self, and her sisters Dorothy Jahnke, Ada Pickering, and Catherine Self.
A memorial service will be held Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 6:30pm at the Flossie B. Tonda Elementary School, 46501 Warren Road, Canton, Michigan 48187. A dear family friend Steve Lampi with Messiah Lutheran Church will officiate the service. Memorial contributions would be appreciated to Tonda Elementary, please make checks payable to PCCS - Tonda Memorial Fund.
January 4, 1936 - September 1, 2014
Age 78 of Northville, passed away peacefully on September 1, 2014. She was born January 4, 1936 in Detroit; daughter of Wesley and Katherine Williams. She was united in marriage to Joseph F. Rajsigl on February 14, 1959; they spent over 48 loving years together until his death in 2007.
Patricia was a member of the Eastern Star - Orient #77. She enjoyed cross stitching and embroidery. At the 2014 Michigan State Fair Patricia entered 7 cross stitched pieces and won 7 first and second place ribbons. She also liked going to the casino. She was a loving and kind mother and friend.
Patricia is survived by her daughter Karen Tallman and many nieces, nephews, and friends.
A private service was held. Memorial contributions would be appreciated to the family of Patricia A. Rajsigl, c/o Casterline Funeral Home, 122 West Dunlap, Northville, MI 48167
Shadko, Lena Sokolov
October 16, 1916 - August 24, 2014
She married the love of her life, Ivan Shadko, in 1941. During their 69 years of marriage they had two children, Frederick and Jacqueline.
Late in life, Lena became a technical translator at Chrysler and American Motors. She loved languages and she loved learning. She spoke French, Spanish, Italian, and Portugese in a pinch.
They moved from Troy to Novi in 2008. Ivan preceded her in death in 2010 at age 95. Lena passed away peacefully August 24, 2014 in Novi, Michigan
She is survived by her son Frederick Shadko, who is a Northville Township Trustee, and her daughter, Dr. Jacqueline Shadko, President of OCC Orchard Ridge.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations would be appreciated to the Shadko Family Endowed Scholarship Fund through the Oakland Community College Foundation, 2480 Opdyke Rd., Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
The visitation will be held Thursday, August 28, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until Noon with a funeral service at Noon at Casterline Funeral Home, 122 W. Dunlap, Northville.
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122 W DUNLAP ST
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