Mae E. Groleau, age 98, of 5892 27.5 Road, Brampton, MI, passed away Thursday March 14, 2013 at the Soderman Adult Foster Care Home in Gladstone.
Mae was born June 27, 1914 in St. Jacques, MI the daughter of Timothy and Anna (Papineau) Sabourin. She was raised in St. Jacques, Canada, and Escanaba where she was a 1934 graduate of St. Joseph Catholic High School.
Mae was united in marriage to Wilfred J.
Neil Moreau - Green Bay, Wi
Mae was a wounderful lady, she also loved her children & friend’s, Mae will be sadly missed by all who loved her. Rest In Peace Mae!!! You are now in God’s Hand’s!!!
Dorothy J. Kollmann
Dear Family,Sorrowfully I read of Mae’s passing. Many memories of activities at St. Joseph Church in Perkins came flooding back. It was always a joy to serve with someone as dedicated to the Lord as Mae.
I am deeply saddened to hear about Aunt Mae’s passing. She was a sweet and wonderful woman. She was the last of the Sabourn sisters. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.
JIM ANDSUE RAREDON - WETMORE, MI
JIM AND DEBBY AND FAMILIES, YOU HAVE OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY LOVE, JIM AND SUE
Pat & Kathy Wyman - Wetmore, Mi
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you today..
Teresa Kuehl - Gladstone, MI
So sorry to hear of the passing of Mae. I remember her through out the years at baseball games . Great lady you are in my prayers.
Pat & Mary Valald
Ann, Gail, Jim, and Phyllis
We are sorry to hear the passing of Aunt Mae. At 98 she lived a long and productive life as indicated in her obituary. She was a very caring person who enjoyed life and was always in a happy mood and uplifting sprit. She will be missed and always in our thoughts.
I hope your moms passing was peaceful and you shared lots of pleasant stories about earlier times.
While reminiscing, Thoughts about our trips north, as a kid in the fifties.(I like to think I still am) I have lots of pleasant memories: in the barn jumping in the pile of hay, getting a shot of warm milk in the face straight from the cows teat (I am sure a trick you all learned from uncle Bud) as whoever was doing the milking when we happened to wander in the milking parlor would point it in our direction and give it a pull and let out a hearty laugh, playing ball in the freshly mowed hay field and finally Richard teaching me by my experience about electric fences. Gail and Ann entertaining us with music and songs. My Dad and Jimmy catching a large Trout in the river and baking it at Hartwick Pines in Grayling on the way home. Fishing in Bay DeNoc with a friend or family member of Buds, (his name might have been Coon or Coons, he had a red boat if that helps.) We usually caught lots of Lake Perch
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Love Pat and Mary
Bill and Joanne (Boudreau) Flynn - Laingsburg, Mi
I have many great memories of Aunt Mae. May she rest in peace. You are in our thoughts and prayers.