Lucille M. Scantland
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Lucille M. Scantland

Fairlawn - Age 91. Passed away peacefully Thursday, November 19, 2020 at her home in Fairlawn, Ohio. Beloved wife of the late Joe for 56 years. Loving mother of Linda (James) Boogren, Jean Scantland, and Patricia (Brian) Weber. Cherished grandmother of Kelle (Christopher) Ilitch, Katie (Matthew) Price, Jeffrey (Julie) Boogren, Jamie Rankin, Steven (Alexandra) Weber, and Alex (Lisa) Weber and great-grandmother of Travis, Sienna and Trevor Ilitch, Kara and Austin Price, Jensen and Elin Boogren, Aidan Palmer (Jamie), Lukas (Steven) Weber, William and Weston (Alex) Weber. Arrangements have been made by Billow Funeral Home (Fairlawn, OH) and L.J. Griffin Funeral Home (Northville, MI). Due to Covid-19 all services will be private on November 25, 2020. Her final resting place will be Glen Eden Cemetery in Livonia, MI. Share a "Memorial Tribute" with the family at griffinfuneralhome.com






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Published in Detroit Free Press & The Detroit News from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22, 2020.
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November 24, 2020
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Noelle Ilitch
November 23, 2020
Mothers, grandmothers and so very special. I know she will be missed. We appreciate that we had the opportunity to meet her on several occasions. We also appreciate the beautiful legacy and family she built. God Bless you all.
Lisa and Glenn Murray
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November 23, 2020
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Lisa Murray
November 22, 2020
A very nice Lady, great to everyone, my condolences to the family
William Carpenter
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November 22, 2020
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