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Stanley Woollams

 Stan at age 90, of Ann Arbor, passed away on November 3, 2022, with his family at his side. He was born October 20, 1932, in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Stanley and Pearl Woollams.

 Stan graduated from Cooley High School in Detroit. He then continued his education and graduated from the U of M Medical School. Stan served as a Captain and a Doctor in the Air Force from 1962 to 1964. Following college, Stan went on to have a successful Psychiatric practice in Ann Arbor. Stan was passionate about his work as well as everything he pursued. Stan actively used transactional analysis in his approach and even co-authored a book on the subject published in 1978. He also provided group therapy along with group therapy training for his clients. Stan was well-loved by his many patients.

Angeline M. "Angie" Eder

Of Chelsea, Michigan, age 67, died Thursday, November 3, 2022 at her home in Chelsea. She was born November 29, 1954 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the daughter of Donald & Loretta A. (Lindauer) Eder.

Angie retired from the Washtenaw County Clerk/Register of Deeds. She always had a great respect and interest in other faith traditions. One of Angie's passions was spent in long and regular solitary retreats and living the contemplative path wherever she was. She treasured children and found herself advocating for children who didn't have a voice for whatever reason. She was a student/teacher of yoga for over 40 years. Angie taught yoga to all walks of life in Kentucky and Michigan. After being asked, she was the first woman who taught yoga to monks at their monastery during a time when yoga was not yet popular as it is today and when women were not allowed at a monastery for men.

Bernice Lula Steeb

of Gregory, Michigan, formerly of Ann Arbor, age 86, died Thursday, November 3, 2022, at her home. She was born August 1, 1936, in Saline, Michigan, the daughter of Conrad and Maude (Schroen) Jager.

Bernice graduated from Saline High School in 1955. She enjoyed being a homemaker and raised two children. Bernice bowled on a bowling league. She enjoyed waterskiing, playing euchre; and loved old movies.

Masako Arntzen

From Escanaba, Michigan, age 94, died Thursday, November 3, 2022, at Chelsea Retirement Community. She was born March 1, 1928, in Nagoya, Japan, she was the daughter of Hitoshi and Jyo Sasa.
Masako was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Escanaba. She spent the majority of her career working as a nurse's aide at Whispering Pines. She enjoyed reading, lottery scratch offs, and mint chocolate chip ice cream. She will be remembered as being tough, fun-loving, opinionated and hilarious. Her greatest joy and biggest accomplishment was raising two independent, fierce daughters and their families.

Jerre Morton

Jerre Lee Morton grew up on a farm near Ault, Colorado with his parents Bob and Anita Morton, as well as his older brother, Jim. Jerre enjoyed music throughout his life and played the alto saxophone and guitar. He loved God and had a strong Christian faith.

Ann and Jerre were married in 1965 and had two children, Kimberly (Mike) Dowsett and Kurt Morton. They also have three grandchildren, Cody Morton, Kaitlyn (Nathan) Cagna, and Everleigh Dowsett. As a couple, they shared a love of the outdoors, an appreciation for art and antiquities, and a devotion to each other and family.

Jerre had a varied and successful career focused in electrical engineering and construction management. He worked for several companies including Western Filter Co., NHPQ, U.S. Engineering, and Atkinson Electronics, Inc. He was a founding partner/owner in Architectural Engineering Associates. Jerre was with Sverdrup and then Jacobs (various divisions) for 27 years before his retirement in December 2013. He worked in all but four of the fifty United States, in addition to the countries of Mexico, Japan, France, and South Korea.