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Callicoat, Lloyd Tyler known by his friends as Tookie; of Grosse Ile, Michigan. He was born December 15, 1947; and passed away October 16, 2017; at age 69, while at Wyandotte Henry Ford Hospital after a long battle with liver cancer. Lloyd is predeceased by his parents, Floyd and Dezli Callicoat. Lloyd is survived by his wife of 39 years. They were married in Dearborn February 2, 1978. Lloyd is lovingly remembered by his wife, Kathleen; son Todd Callicoat (Debbi); and twin daughter's Denice Muccioli (Ron) and Dawn MacAuley. He leaves behind 10 grandchildren whom he loved and had many wonderful memories with them: Eric Kettlewell, 25, Alexis Callicoat, 17, Brandon Callicoat, 15, Brooke Callicoat, 15, Nicolas Muccioli, 15, James MacAuley, 13, Diana Muccioli, 12, Joshua Callicoat, 7, Bradley Weinand, 20, Jillian Weinand, 17. Lloyd led a stellar life and accomplished so many things in his short time on earth. He served in the United States Air Force from 1966 – 1970. He was Crew Chief for the F-105 Squadron in Thailand. He was a commercial aircraft and helicopter pilot for Grande Aire Express. In 1980 he volunteered for Angel Flights out of Troy and Oakland County airport, flying body parts to hospitals to save lives. Lloyd worked at Chrysler Corporation until his retirement. On April 20, 1997 Lloyd became a 32nd Degree Mason and a Worshipful Master of Architect University in 1998, Lodge 569 of Dearborn. He was active in the Masons right up until his death. Lloyd embodied the Mason belief in: Brotherly love: Love for each other and for all mankind. He sponsored families in the Shriners Hospital for Children in Chicago. In 1999 Lloyd became Commodore at the West River Yacht and Cruising Club. Lloyd and his wife, Kathleen, volunteered for Stuffed Animals for Emergencies (SAFE) and distributed stuffed animals for charities. A Memorial Service will be held October 22, 2017 at 1 p.m. at the Trenton Masonic Temple, 2550 West Jefferson, Trenton, MI 48183. A catered dinner following the service in the Masonic Temple Hall.
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Larson, Kevin Mark 58; of Rochester Michigan; passed away Sunday October 15, 2017. Kevin was the loving husband of Melissa for 22 years; dear father of Abigail, Madelyn, and Zachary Larson; caring brother of Lori (Tom) Rapp, Sue (Jonel) Stingu, Scott Larson, and Konni (Mark) Larson-Behounek; as well as many nieces and nephews. Kevin was predeceased by his parents Dennis and Joanne (Reitan) Larson and his brother Byron Larson. Kevin was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on May 15, 1959. He graduated from Eisenhower High School and earned his bachelor's degree from General Motors Institute. He married Melissa Garman on September 23, 1995 in Troy, Michigan. Kevin attended St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Kevin loved cars, family vacations, and his family. He loved being a soccer, baseball, and cross country dad. But most of all he just loved being a husband and father. Kevin's family will welcome friends for a visitation on Thursday October 19, 2017 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Pixley Funeral Home, 322 W. University Drive in downtown Rochester and on Friday October 20, 2017 from 10 a.m. until the time of Funeral Service at 11 a.m. at St. Paul United Methodist Church located at 620 Romeo Rd, Rochester, Michigan 48307. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Kevin's honor directly to the Larson family for the children's college. Envelopes will be available at all services or a check made out to MESP can be mailed to 'The Larson family, care of Pixley Funeral home, 322 W. University Drive, Rochester, Michigan 48307'.
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Heitman, Eric C. 92; of Bellaire; died peacefully on Thursday, June 8, 2017; at the Munson Hospice House in Traverse City. He was born January 4, 1925 in Ionia the son of Erich and Elsie (Remus) Heitman. After high school graduation Eric enlisted in the Army Air Corps and flew 35 WWII B-17 combat missions serving as navigator. He went on to graduate from Western Michigan University receiving his business degree. Eric married the love of his life, Helen Gover on August 27, 1949 and joined his father in-law Noel David Gover and brother in-law Robert Gover in the ownership and operation of Gover City, in Mt. Pleasant. In 1967 he sold his share in Gover City, and went to work for Thayer Dairy in Clare, as the office manager and bookkeeper. Helen and Eric raised their family of boys, with Eric volunteering in many of the activities in which the boys participated. Eric was an active Boy Scout volunteer and was very involved in all aspects of youth sports in Mt. Pleasant. Eric loved the sport of baseball, playing through his high school years. He was an avid Detroit Tigers Baseball fan. Drawn to the Bellaire area by the longtime residency of his parents, Eric and Helen moved there permanently in 1994. Helen became active in the community and Eric was always there to support her. They were members of the Bellaire Community United Methodist Church. In his spare time Eric enjoyed playing golf. Preceding him in death are his parents Erich and Elsie, his wife Helen, his sons John and Stephen Heitman, and brother William Heitman. Left to cherish his memories are his children William (Janice) Heitman of Plymouth Twp., Robert (Jeannine) Heitman of Oakhurst, CA, Scott Heitman of Grand Blanc; daughter in-law Patricia Heitman of Mt. Pleasant; grandchildren Katie, Eric, Jennifer, Travis, Michael, Patrick; and great grandson Tristan. Private family interment will take place in Balcom Cemetery, Ionia. Memorial donations may be directed to the Bellaire Public Library, PO BOX 477, Bellaire, MI, 49615. Arrangements have been handled by the Bellaire Chapel of Mortensen Funeral Homes. Please sign his online guestbook www.mortensenfuneralhomes.com .
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