We are experts in the stealth acquisitions of domain names.Leverage our decades of experience negotiating domain acquisitions by being stealth and anonymous, which means you save money.Private family burial will take place at a later date. Doris enjoyed making crafts, playing cards and really enjoyed spending time at the trailer at Six Lakes.Friends may call on the family Thursday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. Visitation will also be held on Friday at the church from p.m. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Douglas and their children: Iola (Andy) Belt of Louisville, KY, Terry (Larry) Jenks of Lansing, Douglas (Cindy) Songer Jr., Kim (Jim) Forrester of Charlotte, Brian (Lisa) Songer of Lansing and Cindy (Kent) Service of Grand Ledge; 11 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; sister, Faith (Bill) Guy of Florida and half-brother Howard Ricketts.
at the Peters & Murray Funeral Home, Grand Ledge, with Rev.She was born July 14, 1932, in Ottumwa to Maley and Helen Myers Sellwood. Surviving are two grandchildren, Chad (Charity) Songer of Caledonia, Mich., and Heather (Nick) Bolin of Cedar Rapids; five great-grandchildren, Gabriel, Chloe, Rheese, Lily and Grant; a sister, Alice (Chuck) Eaton of Ottumwa; and a brother, James Sellwood of Ottumwa. Spending time with grandkids and greatgrandkids was very important to him and he enjoyed a special, close relationship with his grandson Jason.She was preceded in death by her twin sons, Garry and Larry Songer; a granddaughter, Misty Dawn Songer; two sisters, Ollie Lanigan and Mabel Songer; and three brothers, Bob Bennett, Maley Junior Sellwood and Charles Sellwood. For 25 years John worked for Cargill Heating as a service technician.The family will receive friends Friday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Great Lakes Hospice in memory of Doris Songer.Published in Lansing State Journal on March 31, 2010 Ethel M.
Edith Maxine Songer, 77, of 802 Ellis Ave., died at 8 a.m. She enjoyed being a housewife and a mother to her twin boys, Garry and Larry. Later in life, John was an avid league bowler for many years, and loved trout fishing and golfing with family and friends.