Koskey Funeral Home Inc; Negaunee, MI – Karen Ann (Larson) Bradley, age 78, died calmly on August 4, 2020, at her home, encircled by her caring family following a concise ailment. She was additionally under the consideration of UP Home Health and Hospice.
She started her life on September 6, 1941, the little girl of the late John ‘Jack’ Vernon and Helen M. (Faber) Larson. Regularly telling stories going from riding on ice tracks as a kid to cruising around town with her Breakfast at Tiffany’s formal attire in her initial adulthood; Karen consistently had a style for the experience. Graduating with distinction from Negaunee High School in 1959, Karen delighted in the music and prevailing fashions of the ’50s, recalling the words and tunes of this time up to her last days. Karen likewise had an affection for creatures, particularly canines, as she raised and prepared numerous varieties prior to passing them to cherishing homes.
Karen sought after what might turn into a deep-rooted enthusiasm for nursing. However, she moved on from Northern Michigan University’s LPN program and moved to Wisconsin to seek a profession in mental nursing. During the 70s, she moved to south Ishpeming and proceeded with her nursing profession at the Mather Nursing Center, regularly sharing cherishing accounts of her patients, which spread over 10 years.
Inside plan and beautifying may have been a second calling for Karen. She was an enthusiastic gatherer of collectibles and vintage memorabilia. Moreover, she magnificently made stunning vignettes all through her home to feature explicit assortments and objects of interest. Her aesthetic eye has been a compelling variable in molding her youngsters’ and grandkids’ lives.
She discovered delight in chipping in at the Negaunee Senior Center and her Women’s Church Group at St. Paul’s Church, Negaunee. Watching out for her nursery beds of spices and flavors alongside blossoms of the most elevated tone and force, she generally delighted in the excellence of the feathered creatures her nurseries pulled in. By 1994, she and David settled opposite Miner’s Park in Negaunee, exchanging nation quietness for the giggling of kids playing at the recreation center. She cherished treats from the rancher’s market and viewing the youngsters appreciate the play area Koskey Funeral Home.
PHILIP RUSSELL CARLSON
Philip Russell Carlson, 86, of Maitland St., Negaunee, died Monday night, October 26, 2020, at UP Health System Marquette following a protracted disease.
Following school, he wedded Mavis Saari on July 14, 1956. Philip began working at the Bunker Hill Mine in 1953 and furthermore worked for the Army Corp of Engineers in Sault Ste. Marie beginning in 1960. He and Mavis at that point resettled in Negaunee in 1964 when CCI considered him back to work at the Empire Mine, where he worked until his retirement.
Philip was extremely dynamic in the United Steelworkers Local Union, #4950. While working he held places of complaint man and was a previous VP. After retirement he stayed dynamic, filling in as a President for the Steelworkers Retirees.
Mr. Carlson was an individual from Immanuel Lutheran Church, Negaunee, and was likewise an individual from the American Legion, Greenwood Post.
In his extra time, he appreciated puttering in his yard, softball in his more youthful years, where he was known as ‘Slug’, Therefore cherished participating in the Pioneer Days Parade riding with the Retirees, was popular for his Pork Pies, chasing with his siblings at the chasing camp in Trenary, and was an ardent Minnesota Vikings Fan. Overall he adored his family hugely and time went through with every one of the Koskey Funeral Home.
MARJORIE LOUISE HEALEY
Marjorie Louise Healey, 72, of Cherry St., Negaunee, died Monday morning, October 26, 2020, at her home.
Marjorie was conceived on October 16, 1948, in Ishpeming to Arvo Sippola and Louise (Peterson) Vienna. Moreover, her dad kicked the bucket barely shy of her fourth birthday celebration, and she was raised by Louise’s subsequent spouse, Robert ‘Crow’ Vienna. Marjorie wedded David J. Healey on May 3, 1969, and together they brought up their two children.
Mrs. Healey was an individual from Immanuel Lutheran Church, Negaunee. She adored investing energy at the Ishpeming Elks making pasties where she had various companions.
In her extra time, Marjorie delighted in investing energy with her significant other and two children. She was a Green Bay Packer fan and watched them regularly. However, Marjorie invested the majority of her free energy at her family camp in Republic, where they had fires and frequently went for rides searching for moose, deer, and bear. She cherished strolling her canine Magee and going to Green Bay to look after her terrific canine, Duke.
Enduring are her caring spouse, David J. Healey; her dad, Robert ‘Crow’ Vizena of Negaunee; two children, Darrell (Gwen Magnuson) and Brian (Kelly) Healey; a sister, Gail Sippola; a sibling, Daniel Vienna; a sibling and sister-in-law, Paul and Jackie Healey; brother by marriage, Jeff Healey; various cousins, including Terry Basolo and Judy Wiig; and a few nieces and nephews, with unique acknowledgment for Heather Vizena and Debra Coleman Koskey Funeral Home.
VERA JOYCE STANAWAY (Ellis)
Vera Joyce Stanaway, 93, of Negaunee, kicked the bucket at 5:30 am on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, at the Eastwood Nursing Center under the watchful eye of her caring family.
Vera was conceived on June 14, 1927, in Negaunee to Thomas J. furthermore, Annie M. (Gordon) Ellis, Sr., experienced childhood with Cherry Street and was an alum of Negaunee High School, Class of 1945. Following graduation, she wedded Norman ‘Boosta’ Stanaway and they partook in 63 adoring years together.
Mrs. Stanaway was a sincere individual from Mitchell United Methodist Church, Negaunee where she sang in the ladies’ and church ensembles for 75 persistent years. She was an ardent Negaunee Miner avid supporter and particularly cherished after her grandkids’ and incredible grandkids’ groups. She likewise appreciated bowling, swimming, swing moving, being at camp, pitching horseshoes, was an eager Green Bay Packers fan and was the best pale creator and instructor!
Enduring are eight kids: Sherrie L. (Clarence ‘Tab’) Willey of Negaunee, Thomas J. (Scott Collins) Stanaway of Negaunee, Norman E. (Mari) Stanaway of Negaunee, Robert B. (Cathie) Stanaway of Baraga, Linda S. Stanaway of Negaunee; Lorrie (Mike Baker) Stanaway Hayes of Negaunee Twp., William J. (Amy) Stanaway of Negaunee, Joan M. (Tim) King of Negaunee, 14 grandkids: Michael Willey, Lauren Dillon, Norman H. Stanaway, Therefore Tommy Stanaway, Chris Stanaway, Katie Waara, Bobby Lee Hayes, Ben Stanaway, Ann Besonen, Olivia Pirhonen, Sarah Rose Stanaway, Jeremy King, Timmy King and Erin King; and 26 incredible grandkids Koskey Funeral Home.
JOYCE A. GUIZZETTI (Treloar)
Joyce A. Guizzetti, 88, of Co. Rd. FX, Humboldt Township, and long-term National Mine occupant, died calmly Sunday morning, October 4, 2020, under the caring consideration of her family and UP Home Health and Hospice.
Moreover, Joyce was brought into the world on August 2, 1932, in Ishpeming to John and Gertrude (Connibear) Treloar, moved on from Ishpeming High School, Class of 1950 and was a long-lasting territory inhabitant. Therefore in her more youthful years, she filled in as a secretary for LS&I, and later as a secretary for NICE Community Schools at both National Mine and Westwood High School.
Therefore in her extra time, she appreciated working on crossword puzzles, BINGO, sewing and sewing, playing a card game, and going on an intermittent outing to the club. In her more youthful years, Joyce appreciated taking bike rides with her significant other.
Enduring are her three little girls: Susan (John) Hamel of Humboldt Twp., Mary Jo (Jack) Laakso of Gillette, WY and Diane Guizzetti of LaPorte, IN; a child, Paul (Sandra) Guizzetti of Tucson, AZ; 11 grandkids: David (Justina) Helston, Shawn (Tina) Helston, Brian Helston, Brenda Virnig, Amy (Carl) Ruetz, Steven (Angie) Laakso, Eric (Cynthia) Laakso, Anna (Joel) Wilson, Monica (Larry Richmann) Hampton, Travis (Shaly) Guizzetti and Jared Guizzetti; 21 extraordinary grandkids; and 3 incredible extraordinary grandkids.
Therefore her caring spouse, Severino ‘Sonny’ Guizzetti in 2013 a sister, Elaine (Joe) Poirier, and a brother by marriage, Francis Guizzetti.
JUDITH CAROLINE CHIRI (Hartwig)
Judith Caroline Chiri, 79, long-term Negaunee occupantTribute Listings for Koskey Funeral Home Inc. Died calmly Monday night, September 21, 2020, at the Marquette County Medical Care Facility.
Moreover, Judith was conceived on November 8, 1940, in Marinette, WI, to Lawrence and Genevieve (Schounard) Hartwig and moved on from Marinette High School. She proceeded to get her cosmetology degree in Milwaukee.
Therefore She was hitched to Jack L. however Schroeder and dwelled in Loomis, WI, where she raised her family and was the proprietor and administrator of a few boutiques in Loomis, Crivitz, and Coleman, WI. She later moved to Marquette and opened Peddlers Hill Antique Shop on Erickson St. at Hwy. 41 and furthermore filled in as a beautician at Brookridge Heights Assisted Living until her retirement. Judy later wedded Louis W. Chiri of Negaunee, where she lived until entering the Marquette County Medical Care FacilityTribute Listings for Koskey Funeral Home Inc.