Alice E. King

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died July 14, 2012

Escanaba, MI
Alice E. King, age 86, passed away peacefully, at the Emmons Adult Care Home in Bark River, on Saturday, July 14, 2012, following a long battle with Parkinson

5 Tributes for “Alice E. King

    Gordon and I have been friends since he served legal papers in Wausau, WI. We have corresponded many times over the years. I recently sent him a letter and it was returned by Mr. Tousignant who let me know that Gordon passed away. I will miss him and our occasional letters. My sympathies to you. He was a good friend.
    Susan Hahn
    Mosinee, WI

    I would like to express my deepest sympathy to all..Gordon was a wonderful man…. It was an honor to call him my god father. i remember spending hours talking with him at the memorial services at fernwood and other times as a boy being a pest at his feet… I just found out about his passing…I will miss him, as I know the rest of the family does also…all my best…Sincerly Jim Rosenlund

    Jim Rosenlund
    Vancouver, WA

    Worked many years with Gordy at Marathon Co Shf Dept Sorry to hear of his passing

    Elwood Mason
    Marathon, WI

    I was very sorry to hear that “Olie” passed away. We have been friends for over forty years and both of us worked for the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department in Wausau, Wisconsin. I will miss Gordon and his humor.

    Dennis Sippl
    Wausau, WI

    Dear Kathleen & sons & family
    Our hearts hurt so much for all of you, I’m so so sorry to hear about Chucks passing. 2009 has touched alot of us , I am at a loss of words as were still griving, but I can say somedays are better than others and we seem to go on, we’ll grive forever and in time I’m thinking we shoud get better days. Know that you and your family are in our hearts & prayers …we love you

    Phil & Mary Ellen Yachnowitz
    Melbourne, FL

    Dear Mrs. Seronko, Dan, Bill and extended family:

    I was saddened by the news of the loss of Mr. Seronko but quickly warmed by his memory. It’s been many years since I’ve stood at your door with Dan and other childhood friends, but I always recall a welcoming smile at the door by Mr. Seronko. People like him and families like yours are what continue to make Gladstone a special place to live.

    You will remain in our thoughts and prayers,

    Todd Heger and family
    Elk Rapids, MI

    I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Having been through this just a year ago my heart goes out to you. Heaven has two of the finest Buckeye Boys now. God Bless…

    Becky Robinson Schinderle
    Iron Mountain, MI

    My deepest sympathies for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

    Patti (Baker) Lawrence and Family
    Newport News, VA

    Sending deepest sympathy to Tom and Lorraine and all the family of Chuck.
    We are thinking about all of you during this sad time.

    Al & Dolly Salmi
    Rapid River, MI

    Dear Lorraine,

    My heart goes out to you during this time. Losing a brother is hard! Please know you and your family are in my prayers.

    Rock, MI

    Kathy, Beverly, Laverne, Lorriane and Tom,

    I am roommate of Carrie Salmi and friend of Lorriane/Frank Salmi. Carrie and I are not able to come and attend to Charles’s funeral today. You are in my thought and prayer. May God gives his comfortable and touch heal in your heart. I met Charles was so nice guy. He is in peace and rejoice with the Lord in the heaven. One day at time you will meet and see him in the heaven. Hugs all of you.

    Diana Fulton
    Eagan, MN

    Kathy & Family

    Very sorry about Chuck. I didn’t know him well. My condolences to you all. I’m sure he is in a better place and keeping an eye out for his friends and family.

    Wish I could be there for you, but is not possible. My prayers are with you. Love Lou (Stearns)

    Mary L. Carrigan
    Mound, MN

    Kathy… Our sincere sympathy in the loss of your husband. Our prayers are with you.

    Ken and Ginger (frizzell) Kositzky
    Wayland, MI

    Thank you for the years of photos. Becuase of you we will be able to look back at Josh & Jake’s highschool sporting careers with fond memories. You will truely be missed.

    Jerry, Michelle, Josh, & Jake Hadel
    Gladstone, MI

    Extremely shocking as Chuck was the picture of health at our recent 50th reunion, maintaining his schoolday elected “best looking” status. I very much enjoyed reminiscing and laughing with him then about our high school and military days. He will be sorely missed.
    My deepest sympathies.

    Terry Anderson
    Oxford, GA

    Kathy, Bill Dan and family,

    Our deepest and sincere sympathy goes out to you and your family. Working at the Credit Union (Mead) I will always remember his smile and his gentlemen mannerism. Keep all those memories close to your heart.

    He will certainly be missed. God Bless.

    Linda and Les Delvaux
    Gladstone, MI

    Kathy, Bill & Dan,

    I’m so sorry for your great loss,I have many fond memories of you all that I will cherish forever. Please know you are always in my prayers.

    Suzanne (Sue) Johnson
    Hillman, MI

    Dear Kathy & family members,

    My thoughts and prayers go to you and yours, I was shocked to hear of Charlie’s passing, He will be missed, as others have said I’m sure he is Heaven and is making every one laugh with his great sense of humor.

    My Love to all,
    your cousin, Lois

    Lois Domkowski
    Oconomowoc, WI

    Tom, Jess and family,

    So sorry to hear about your brother, know that you all are in my prayers as you go through this time.
    Sending love and prayers.

    Brenda (Kinnart) Randell
    West Allis, WI

    Bill and the entire Seronko family,

    Sorry to hear of your loss and want to offer my condolences. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Jerry Chuman
    Frisco, TX

    I worked with Charlie for many years and can honestly say I have never worked with a nicer person. Those aren’t just words. Charlie was one of the kindest people I have ever met. He constantly talked of his family. He loved everyone with all his heart and would have done anything to please them.

    I have hundreds of memories of Charlie that make me laugh every time I think of them.

    I always think of Charlie whenever I hear the song “The cat’s in the cradle”. When he was still working at the mill he told me the song reminded him of his own life, how when you are raising a family and busy making a living, you seem to not have too much time to share those special moments with the kids. Then we grow up and when we have time to share those special times, the kids are busy raising their families. Oh how he loved all of you.

    I will miss Charlie terribly. To know him is to love him.

    God Bless all of you,

    Bryon Branstrom
    Gladstone, MI

    The student athletes at Gladstone Schools have lost both a great friend and a loyal “Braves” fan. Charlie was at so many of the home and away athletic events, always taking pictures to share, and making sure that he got everyone. He made sure that the band, cheerleaders, coaches, fans and the athletes themselves were all in his pictures, and he always tried to get the kids who perhaps didn’t get as much playing time as some of the others. His dedication and pictures were the foundation of our athletic web pages, and they will never be the same without his photographic talent.

    For me personally, Charlie was a great friend who brightened my life every time we got together. Whether we talked hunting, camp, athletics, or photography, he was alot of fun to be around. Charlie was a great guy who touched a lot of lives.

    Tom Davis
    Gladstone, MI

    Chuck was a handsome guy–voted “best looking” in his high school yearbook. His passing puts us in touch, again, with our own mortality.

    My condolences to the family.

    “Cora Sue” Pepin
    Sisters, OR

    Dear Kathy & family,

    What a shock to read that you’ve lost such a wonderful partner in life at much too early an age. I never met Chuck, but in talking to Margaret, she recalled having met him. This comes on the throes of Maxine & Jerry losing their son. May God be your comfort during your time of loss and in adjusting your life. Consider yourself blessed to have had a great life to this point, myself having lived a single life now for nearly 24 yrs.

    Was so surprised to discover that you live next door to a wonderful lady/friend of mine, Jen Thennes! We worked together for many yrs. at two different law firms. Will be at my dgtrs. home over Christmas, so would love to call and stop by to see both of you.

    God’s blessings to all of you,

    LeVonne (Bonnie) Yelland
    Loves Park, IL

    Our sympathy to all of Charlie’s family. It has been a number of years since I had last seen Charlie while visiting in Gladstone. We were neighbors while growing up in the East-end of town.

    We shared a lot of good time as kids playing a variety of games and especially the ole ball games in the field next to us.

    Chuck Lancrete
    Richfield, MN

    My sympathies to Kathy and the entire family. It seems like only “yesterday” when I would visit you in Gladstone. Chuck was like another big brother to Mike and Gary….and he always made me feel like one of the “family”, as all of you did. I’m sad over his passing.

    Russ Sargent
    Washburn, WI

    May God Bless you all. He was a great man and has touched many, many people. He will always live in me and I will always remember him as a Great Caring Man. God Bless

    Gregory M. Elie
    Roseville, CA

    To one of the best brother in-law’s a girl could ever ask for! So long Charlie. See you again someday.

    With my love,

    Cheryl Bernard
    DeTour Vlg., MI

    Seronko family and friends,

    I was never fortunate enough to have met Chuck, but having worked with his son Dan for several years, I know that he had to be a great man. Great men raise other great men, and Dan is a testament to Chuck’s greatness. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. God bless.

    Randy Meyer
    Guttenberg, IA

    Kathy may you find comfort in treasured memories you had with Chuck. With sincere sympathy.

    Richard (Dick) VanDamme
    Bartlett, TN

    I am very sorry for your loss. Mr.Seronko was a great man, He treated me like a child of his own. It was my pleasure knowing him. Mr.Seronko, I want to assure you (god bless you) I will take good care of my 2nd mom, and your wife. So Mr Seronko, rest in peace. You will brighten Heaven, like you did on Earth while you were here. I fell so lucky to have known such a wonderful man!!!!! Mrs. Seronko, if you need anything, and I mean anything, please call me. I’ll be at my Mom’s soon, I am getting a Divorce . Lucky me. Well enough about me and my great news, please accept my symphany. Dan, and Bill it’s hard at first, but it gets better, but you never forget your Dad.

    May you be in my prayers, God Bless your family!!!!!!! I’ll be there for any of you 3 people. your special and thanks for being my Friend
    bye for now,

    Rick Campbell
    Gladstone, MI

    To my friend Bill and the entire Seronko family I wish to offer my most sincere condolences. Knowing there are no words that will help at this difficult time in your lives, I will simply say I am thinking of you and Mr. Seronko and hoping you can find comfort in each other and in your memories of him and his life. Rest in peace, Mr. Seronko.

    Brian Peterson
    Valley Village, CA

    Kathy,Bill,Dan and families. Tom,Jess and kids…Lavern,Lorraine,Pud,Bev and families..My heart is so sad for you all…Charlie was such a great man and he will be sadly missed for his genuine and generous ways. Peace in your hearts. You’re all in my thoughts and prayers.

    AnnMarie VandeWiele
    Gladstone, MI

    Charlie’s Family,

    Charlie was such a kind, gently spoken man. He and Kathy were so supportive of me and my family during Mom’s cancer and her death this past summer. When I broke my arm in August he even came and cut my grass for me. Charlie and his brother Tom give out bear hugs freely……I will remember Charlie for all those “Palmquist” hugs. God Bless,

    Your cousin,Pat

    Patricia Meyer
    Gladstone, MI

    Aunt Yetive will be remembered for many things, most notably flambuoyant hats and, in my home, the Aunt Yetive sandwich. It gets its name this way. In my youthful years of 5-15 years of age, my mother would take me on the train from LaCrosse to Escanaba via Milwaukee. Upon arriving at her home, she would have lunch consisting of large round baloney slices,lettuce, mayo, and tomatoes on bread. This happened on many occasions. In fact, it happened so often, this sandwich arrangement became know as “Aunt Yetive Sandwich”. Her name and memory will live on in my home for ever.

    To Sue and Family: You are in my prayers and thoughts. Your mom was a good neighbor to my mother when they were at the Bishop Noa Assisted Living Apt’s. I am sorry your mother has passed away. I know you will miss her and you did so much for your mother. It seems like yest. they were neighbors and it’ll be ten yrs. in Sept. that my mom passed away. May the memories you have help ease your pain and know in time the hurt does lesson but they will always be missed. God Bless all of you.

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