Theresa “Terry” Margaret Kaminski, 85, of Prudenville, passed away May 24, 2017 at home with her children by her side.
She was born on February 18, 1932 in Detroit to Stephen and Theresa (Lendzion) Jaworski. She grew up in Detroit graduating from Felician Academy, and was employed as a salesperson by J. L. Hudson in Harper Woods.
She married Norman Philip Kaminski on September 12, 1951 in Detroit. The couple had a home at Houghton Lake since 1971 and became permanent residence in the area in 1986.
Mrs. Kaminski was a member of St. James Catholic Church, and former member of St. Angela’s Catholic Church of Roseville. She was very active with the Roscommon St. Vincent DePaul Society serving as store manager. She was always busy buying the Giving Tree Christmas Gifts, preparing the Thanksgiving Baskets and setting up teas for St. Vincent. She was also active at Church with luncheons and activities. She enjoyed bowling, golfing and was an excellent cook.
Surviving are her daughter, Susan (James) Luhellier of Petoskey; two sons, Chris (Linda) Kaminski of Macomb Township, and Kurt (Kim) Kaminski of Houghton Lake; five grandchildren, Brian, Randi, Taylor, Stephan, and Brendan; two great-grandchildren, Alexis, and Jordyn; and brother, Raymond Jaworski of Rochester.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband.
Mass of Christian Burial for Theresa Margaret Kaminski was conducted from St. James Catholic Church with Fr. Bernard Tyler officiating. A private family burial will take place at Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton Twp.
Memorial contributions in memory of Theresa are asked to be directed to St. Vincent DePaul of Roscommon.
Christler Funeral Home, Prudenville Chapel is serving the family.
Condolences can be sent to the family online at www.christler-holdship.com.
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