Albert Majestic

Resided in Kipling, MI
Died September 6, 2012

Kipling, MI
Albert Matt Majestic, 84, passed away at Pinecrest Medical Care Facility on Thursday evening following a brief illness.

Albert was born in Rapid River on December 18, 1927, the second of eight children of Matt and Mary (Merle) Majestic. He was raised in Rapid River and attended there until the 10th grade when he had to leave to work on the family farm.

Albert served in the U.S. Army from 1950-1952, where he was in the Korean War. Following his service, he worked at Harnischfeger from 1952 until its closure. He then worked odd jobs at Valmet and the Gladstone Golf Course. He married Florence

18 Tributes for “Albert Majestic

    Julie, So sorry, to hear of your Dad’s passing, he will be sorely missed by all who knew him. You are in my prayers.

    Dave Strom

    Julie, So sorry, to hear of your Dad’s passing, he will be sorely missed by all who knew him. You are in my prayers.

    Dave Strom

    Julie, I am so sorry to hear that your father has passed. You are in my thoughts during this time of sorrow.

    Julie,My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. It was a pleasure meeting you and taking care of your dad in his final days. I could see the type of person your dad was through you…he must have been a wonderful person! Take care!

    Julie and Paula,
    My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Your dad was such a kind, giving and caring person and he had such a happy-go-lucky personality and a love for life. One of a kind! He will be missed.

    God Bless,
    Sue (Thorsen) Karau

    Julie and Paula,I am so sad today as I write this. Your dad and grandpa was such a special man. I am so happy that I got to spend so much of my childhood with Flossie, Al. They gave so much of themselves. Both were so patient, giving, caring and loving. The consolation I find in that now Flossie and Al are together. Julie and Paula — he will live on in you. God Bless you during this difficult time. I wish I could be there to offer comfort.
    Hugs and prayers,
    Annie (Buckland) Brower

    Julie and Paula and all the family, I’m so sorry for your loss…It’s so hard to say good bye to those we love so much. Prayers to you all for comfort..I will miss seeing your Dad in church…He was such a kind man. God Bless.

    Julie and Paula. We are very sorry for your loss. One of my best memories of Uncle Albert is dancing the polka with him at any family wedding or party. He loved to dance!!! He’d whip me around and hoot and hollar like all of the Croatians did. He’ll be missed. Love,

    To the Family of Albert, I had the pleasure of knowing Albert when worked in the Lab at OSF, what a pleasure he was, one could not help but Love him, he was always so Kind and Cheerful. His smile and those twinkling eyes made my Day a better one several times..I am sure you have many precious memories of him, hold tight to them..May God Bless you at this time. My Deepest Sympathy on your Loss.

    Julie, Paula and family,May you feel God’s arm embracing you during this difficult time. Know our thoughts and prayers are with you and family during this time. Mary Lynn and family.

    Sorry for loss; hope this helps.
    Feel no guilt in laughter,
    he’d know how much you care.
    Feel no sorrow in a smile
    that he is not here to share.
    You cannot grieve forever;
    he would not want you to.
    He’d hope that you could carry on
    the way you always do.
    So, talk about the good times
    and the way you showed you cared,
    The days you spent together,
    all the happiness you shared.
    Let memories surround you,
    a word someone may say
    Will suddenly recapture a time,
    an hour, a day,
    That brings him back as clearly
    as though he were still here,
    And fills you with the feeling
    that he is always near.
    For if you keep those moments,
    you will never be apart
    And he will live forever
    locked safe within your heart.

    I never met Mr. Majestic, however I travel the Kipling road almost daily, I can’t remember when it started, but I always met this little man walking, and he would always wave to me…At first I thought, he just waves to everyone, and he probably did, but I like to think he recognized my car after awhile, and was waving to ME…:) he sounds like he was a very nice man…and I’m sorry for you loss..

    My deepest sympathy to Julie and family. I had the pleasure of serving with Al on the Brampton Township Board for many years. He was a wonderful man.

    Dear Julie, I was sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing. He and your Mom were a part of our lives, along with Norman and Emily. Such happy memories never leave us . Love, Jen

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