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Marguerite Rose Greenlaw

Marguerite Rose Greenlaw, 66, of Roscommon died May 27, 2018 at The Lighthouse at Roscommon.

Marguerite was born in Bay City on Oct. 14, 1951 to Virgil Dallas and Betty Ruth (Snyder) Julian. She grew up in Bay City and moved to Roscommon in 1977.

Marguerite married Richard Greenlaw on May 7, 1977 in Grayling.

Marguerite worked for R.O.O.C. for over 30 years and was the head of the sewing department. She was devoted to her job and loved helping special needs adults. She enjoyed helping out so much she also volunteered her time with Special Olympics.

She had many interests. In her spare time, crocheting was a passion and she also enjoyed hunting, motorcycling and pretty much anything involving the outdoors. She was devoted to her family and was a caregiver for her husband Richard for many years during his last illness. She loved them very much and will be deeply missed.

Surviving are her children, Allen (Barbara) Greenlaw of Roscommon, Tammy (Mark) Snyder of Lake City, Richard (Melissa) Greenlaw of Raleigh, NC, Anthony Adamczyk of Prudenville, Virginia Smoot of Bay City, Robin (Nick) Robbins of Novi, and Rosemary Adamczyk of Bay City; daughter-in-law, Angila Greenlaw of White Lake; sisters, Patsy Smith of Grayling, Trudy (Mike) Metevia of Auburn, Becky (Gary) Gaff of Lake Orion, Joyce (Amos) Wells of Bay City, and Wendy (Joe) Guthrie of Maricopa, AZ. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; three very special friends, Chris Williams, Ruth Kalasz and Sharolyn Durga, and not to forget her fur babies, Minnie, Baby Doll and Carmella.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Richard; son, Kenneth; siblings, Betty Pierce, Dallas Julian and Virginia Adamczyk, her twin sister.

A life celebration was held at Walsh Funeral Home in Roscommon Sat. June 2, 2018.

Memorial donations may be made to R.O.O.C., PO Box 827, Roscommon, MI 48653.

Walsh Funeral Home, Roscommon served the family.

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