Anita Young

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died March 16, 2013

Gladstone, MI
Anita Young, age 89, passed away peacefully Saturday evening, March 16, 2013, at the Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba.

Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced by the Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County.

22 Tributes for “Anita Young

    Your larger than life to us “reichel kids”, and we will remember your story’s forever, and try and pass them on. Love to all Mary Boros

    To the family of Anita Young, our thoughts and prayers are with you. She was a wonderful neighbor and very kind to our children. We have many fond memories of Anita and she will be missed.

    Lola and family. So sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. Kathy O. notified me. Dave and my prayers are with you and your children at this time. May God give you peace and comfort.

    A couple summers ago, Jim told me a funny story about my dad (Joe Boden) that I will always remember. They grew up together in Gladstone and knew each other very well. He’s at peace now and enjoying his 3 favorite things in life. 🙂

    May God hold Crissy and Jack in the palm of his hand . . . Loved hem both. My sympathies to all – Jodie Schenk and family (Crissy’s cousin Tom’s daughter). Take care of my dad up there – until we meet again.

    Thinking of you all today as you honor Christine. I am so thankful I knew her and was able to share some special times with her. Sending love and prayers to you all.

    I miss Chris. She gave people around her many gifts during her life; she gave me her daughter Ann, who changed my life for the better in innumerable ways, and helped raise three wonderful sons. Chris taught by example. In her last years, she came to live with us, and her love for poetry inspired me to learn (for the first time in my life) many poems by heart, which we would recite to each other in the ‘poetry corner’ on our front porch. She seemed to favor poems with a kernel of whimsy, reflecting (it seemed to me) her own outlook on life. I miss her.

    Francie, our sympathy in the loss of your brother. We know you will miss the lunches with him. Sure you have lots of good memories to remember him by. Your classmates

    My Dearest Aunt you have left us with years of fond memories. My heart is broken but we all knew this was your wish to be with all that have passed. You will be missed but your memories will live on in each of us that called you Aunt. Love you

    Heidi ,You have my sincere condolences. I haven’t seen you since my move and read this last night. I’m so sorry and know what a good daughter you were to him. I’m so grateful when visiting you at the store I had a couple of opportunities to listen and remince about about the stories of he and my father working all those years together. Know I’m thinking of you and sometime soon hopefully we’ll be able to catch up.

    Jim was also a wonderful sexton at Lakeview Cemetery in Escanaba. I and several people would call him “Digger” A very friendly person.

    Heidi, Diane and families, I remember fondly your fathers’ beautiful smile, his compassion and caring. His eyes always expressed his feelings. My mother Tyyne Kivela and Jim used to visit and to hear the laughter emulating and smiles was heart warming. They had a genuine fondness for one another. He was a gift to so many. May the wonderful memories you had of your father sustain you in the coming months. My thoughts are with you.

    Diane, Heidi, Kelly, and FamilySo very sorry about your Dad/Grandpa you are in our thoughts and prays. With deepest Sympathy
    Donna and Chloe Deno and Family

    Dear Lola and Family please accept our heartfelt sympathy on the passing of Richard. I haven’t seen him much these past years but i always consider him as a very good friend having met him in the middle 50’s while working at Beanie’s gas station. i know you all will miss him as i will.

    Uncle Jimmy was the best uncle anyone could ask for. He took us water skiing, sang us songs, and always was the first one to be there when needed. I will miss you and may you play many rounds of golf with my dad on the heavenly course. I love you! Cincinnati

    Uncle Dick will be missed. He was a good man and I always enjoyed my opportunities to see him. He was loved by all of his family. Hugs and kisses to all of you.

    I was a very good friend of Dick growing up in Manistique. He was always the best player whether we were playing baseball, football, basketball or whatever. He could outrun everyone. I lost touch of him over the years as I lived in Colorado for 43 years and now in Green Bay. Sad to hear of his passing.

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