Beaverton Historical Society
Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
Lucille Ashley

   Lucille B. Ashley, 64, of Beaverton passed away March 8, 2008 at MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland following a short illness.

   She was born in Clare July 2, 1943 to Bert and Etta (Maxwell) Walter.

   She was a homemaker and bookkeeper for the family business, Ashley Well Drilling. She had lived in Gladwin County since 1983, previously residing in Farwell.

   Lucille married Kenneth Ashley Oct. 21, 1961 in Clare.

   She is survived by her husband, Ken Ashley; sons, Kenneth (Mary Slusser) Ashley Jr., Keith (Anna) Ashley and Kevin (Lucinda Parker) Ashley, all of Gladwin; seven grandchildren, Mandy (Derek), Josh, Greg, Breanna, Chelsea, Chasitie and Katelyn; and one great-grandchild, Jacob; several nieces and nephews; brothers, Bob (Sharon) Walter of Gladwin, Dorr (Karen) Walter of Midland, Dale Walter of Clare, and B.J. (Paula) Walter of Evart; and sisters, Barb (Jim) Sharp of Beaverton and Enette Wilson of Clare. She was preceded in death by her parents; and nephew, Michael Wilson.

   Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 13, 2008 at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Gladwin with Pastor David Sprang officiating. Visitation is Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Hall- Kokotovich Funeral Home in Gladwin. She will be laid to rest in Billings Township Cemetery.

   Memorial contributions will be used according to the wishes of the family.

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Billings Twp. Cemetery, Beaverton, MI
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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
Bob Frei
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