Mount Clemens Obituaries

Mount Clemens Obituaries

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  • Monday Jan 8 | via Herald-Citizen 

    Larry Ira J. Robinson

    Celebration of life services for Larry Robinson, 74, of Cookeville, formerly of Michigan, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, from the chapel of Crest Lawn Funeral Home with Pastors Stephen Morrison and James Staggs officiating with full military honor Larry was born Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1943, in Mt. Clemens, Michigan, and was the son of Elizabeth and the late Ira J. Robinson.

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  • Sunday Dec 31 | via Dayton Daily News 

    Smith II, William

    SMITH II, William G. Age 68 of Huber Heights, departed this life after a lengthy illness Wednesday, December 27, 2017. He was a graduate of Dunbar H.S., Class of 1967, Central State University, Class of 1973.

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  • Friday Dec 29 | via Northern Michigan News 

    Douglas R. 'Fuzz' Manke

    Douglas R. Manke, of Harlingen, Texas, formerly of Cadillac, Michigan, passed away on Tuesday, December 26, 2017, at his home in Texas. He was 72. Doug, also known as "Fuzz," was born June 15, 1945, in Mt.

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  • Dec 22, 2017 | via YourErie 

    Legendary sportscaster Dick Enberg dies at 82

    Sportscaster Dick Enberg, the celebrated and beloved announcer who for decades delivered play-by-play of major American sports, often with his "Oh My" catchphrase, has died, the San Diego Padres, CBS and others said. He was 82. Enberg called 42 NFL seasons, 28 Wimbledon tennis tournaments, 15 NCAA basketball title games, 10 Super Bowls, nine Rose Bowls and the 1982 World Series, according to MLB.com.

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  • Dec 22, 2017 | via KAUZ 

    Legendary sports broadcaster Dick Enberg dead at 82

    Broadcaster Dick Enberg , the voice of -- at various points -- UCLA basketball, the California Angels and the San Diego Padres who also called several Super Bowls, Olympics and Final Fours has died, the Associated Press reports . He was 82. Enberg was known for his two catchphrases: "Oh my!" during exciting plays and "touch 'em all" when a player was rounding the bases after a home run.

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  • Dec 22, 2017 | via Cinema Blend News 

    Legendary Sportscaster Dick Enberg Has Died At 82

    Anyone that has paid attention to sports in the last 60 years has undoubtedly experienced the sight and sound of broadcasting icon Dick Enberg, who has covered just about every sporting event in existence. Sadly, he and his voice, instantly recognizable for the catchphrases "Oh, my!" and "Touch 'em all,"are no longer with us, as Enberg passed away on Thursday morning.

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  • Dec 22, 2017 | via Boston Herald 

    Dick Enberg, legendary sports broadcaster, dies at 82

    He had a bad cold and his voice, what was left of it, was croaky and raw. This was his fourth NCAA basketball tournament game in two days, and Dick Enberg didn't think he could finish it.

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  • Dec 9, 2017 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Warren D. Breathour

    A memorial mass at St. Patrick's Church will be held in the spring at a time and date to be announced. Burial in Glenwood Cemetery will also be in the spring.

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