Dympna A. M. Grenier. age 87, of 1215 Wisconsin Avenue; Gladstone passed away Saturday, May 23rd, 2009 at the Christian Park Center in Escanaba where she was a patient for a brief period of time.
Dympna was born in Gladstone, the daughter of Henry and Anna (Boyle) Heric on July 31st, 1921 and was raised in the Ogontz area. After her 1939 graduation from the Rapid River High School, she moved to Escanaba.
On August 19th, 1941, Dympna married Lawrence C. Grenier in Escanaba and they subsequently lived in Gladstone where they raised their family. Lawrence died April 25th, 2008. In her early life, she was employed for Montgomery Ward Company in Escanaba for a few years.
Camping, hunting, and fishing with family members were some of Dympna favorite past-times and hobbies and they hold many memories for those involved. She was also a longtime member of All Saints Church.
Dear Danny and Ann,
So sorry for your loss of your mother/mother-in-law. It’s a difficult time and you both are in my heart and prayers. Love, Betsy
Betsy Gasperich/Elizabeth Miller
Richton Park, IL
I am sorry to hear about your loss. Dympna was my Dad (Jim Weiks)’s Aunt. I heard many nice things about her and your dad over the years. Seen her about 3 years ago at my dads funeral in Rapid.
Terri Weiks Storer
Fort Wayne, IN
Larry & Sue,
Very sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom & Mother-in-law. It was a pleasure to have been able to help take care of her. My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow.
One of my favorite customers on my “paper route” years ago, and a neighbor. My condolences to a great family.
Hacienda Heights, CA
Dan, Bob and family sorry to her of your moms death.
David C Ingebrigtsen