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Catherine G. Lynk

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Catherine G. Lynk Obituary
Catherine G. Lynk, 95 of Spring Arbor, Michigan passed away July 12 at Arbor Manor Rehab & Nursing Home. Catherine was born to Byron and Gertrude (Faler) Hager on Dec. 29, 1922 in Gladwin, Michigan. She graduated from Gladwin High School and Mid-Michigan Community College. She retired from nursing at Mid-Michigan Medical Center, Gladwin, Michigan in 1988. From 1988 through 2008, she and Marshall lived in Wauchula, Florida.
Catherine Hager married Marshall P. Lynk Dec. 26, 1942. They raised seven children. Catherine is survived by daughters, Marcia (Donald) Wentworth, Lake George, MI., Mary (William) Nelson, Jackson, MI; sons, Terrance (Patricia) of Jackson, MI, Phillip (Melinda) of Lapeer, MI, Christopher (Denise) of Coleman, MI and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; three brothers, Donald (Patricia) Hager of Prudenville, Lawrence (Barbara) Hager of Indian River and Joseph (Carole) Hager of Chesaning; Five sisters, Margaret Denton, of Gladwin, Mary Ouilette of Kawkawlin, Constance Kalahar of W. Bloomfield Township, Karen Hager of Midland and Jeanne (Ernest) Burgess of Midland and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Marshall of Wauchula, Fl., Daughter Susan Jeanne of Davidson, two sons, Stephan of Manistee and Michael of Harrison and three grandsons, Mathew, Carl and Jeffery, all of Gladwin; a sister, Arita Good of Houghton Lake, two brothers, Byron and (sister-in-law, Phyllis) Hager of Clare and Jonathan Hager of North Tonawanda, NY.
Per her wishes, a cremation has taken place and a funeral mass is scheduled at 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 25, at Our Lady of Hope Parish, Clare location. In lieu of flowers it is suggested that donations be made to your favorite Hospice or the REAP food program at 4709 E. Vernon Road, Rosebush, MI 48878.
Published in Gladwin County Record and Beaverton Clarion on Aug. 15, 2018
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