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Wanda DeHenau

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Wanda DeHenau

East China Township - Wanda Lou DeHenau, 83, a lifelong resident Marine City, entered eternal life on Wednesday, July 25, 2018. She was born March 1, 1935 in Marine City to the late Harry and Marcella Price. She married Joseph DeHenau on August 8, 1953 in Marine City. Wanda was very devoted to her family. She loved spending time up north in the family cabin. One of her favorite things to do was see her Sons' band "Burnwood" play music. She was a reading tutor and had a passion for teaching children and adults to read. She was the number one person in the family to go to if you needed help, whether it be offering a shoulder to lean on or giving advice. Most of all she was the glue that kept everything together. Wanda is survived by her beloved husband of 64 years, Joe; loving children, Joe (Jeanne Marie) DeHenau of Fort Gratiot, James "Jimmy" (Brenda) DeHenau and Tracy (Ken) Rose all of Marine City; ten grandchildren, Carly DeHenau, Keith DeHenau, Lindsay (Luis, Jr.) Luna, Baily DeHenau, Kristy (Shawn) Steinmetz, Jeanelle Hamilton, Gina (Steve) Panoff, Renay Griffor, Aaron Rose and Emily Rose; six great grandchildren, Arden DeHenau, Luis, Xavier and Evelette Luna, David Steinmetz and Riley Ann Griffor; brothers-in-law, Tim Smith and Steve Padgett; a sister-in-law, Janet Berger; a former sister-in-law, Janet Wiltshire; a special friend, Pat Dunlap; and her well-loved dog, Max. In addition to her parents, Wanda was preceded in death by five siblings, Helen Stevens and her husband, Richard, Marietta Whitesell and her husband, Bruce, Diane Smith, Brenda Padgett and Alex Price. A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, September 30, 2018 from 11:00am to 2:00pm in the Marine City Banquet Center, 6385 King Road, Marine City, MI 48039. Arrangements were made by Bower-Rose Funeral Home, Marine City. To send condolences, visit:
Published in The Times Herald on Sept. 16, 2018
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