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Wayne Couturier

   Wayne Couturier, 73, of Beaverton, passed away at his home Aug. 14, 2007.

   He was born in Bay City on Oct. 20, 1933 to Joseph and Ruby (Killey) Couturier.

   He was self-employed with Three Cs Construction in Beaverton. Wayne was also a veteran of the United States Army National Guard. He lived in Gladwin County since 1964, previously residing in Bay City. He was affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

   Wayne married the former Ellen Skym on April 6, 1968 in Beaverton.

   He is survived by his wife, Ellen Couturier of Beaverton; sons, Edwin (Nancy) Couturier of Coleman, Ronald (Lynda) Couturier of Midland, Joe (Patti) Couturier of Deltona, Florida, Jerry (Joni) Couturier of Bay City, and Richard (Deanna) Couturier of Gladwin; daughter, Jeanette (Reed) Hamblin of Logan, Utah; foster daughter, Donna (Jermey) Krenzke of Merrill; 16 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sister, Gail Gassman of Beaverton; mother-in-law, Melissa Skym of Midland; former daughterin- law, Myra Groves. His parents; brothers, Herman and Lewis; and his sisters, Margarite, Florence and Dormae preceded him in death.

   Funeral services were held Aug. 17, 2007 at Hall-Kokotovich Funeral Home in Beaverton. Bishop Dave Peterson officiated. He was laid to rest at Midland Memorial Garden in Midland.

 
 
Personal Information
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Service
08/14/2007
Midland Memorial Garden, Midland, MI
U.S. Army National Guard
 
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08/22/2007
Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
Bob Frei
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