Mary Lou Duckham

April 4, 1938 - June 13, 2018 (80 years old)

Marshall, Michigan

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Sadly, on June 13, 2018, at the age of 80, Mary Lou Duckham (Marshall, Michigan) passed away. Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of the loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Mary Lou Duckham to pay them a last tribute.

She was predeceased by : her grandson Phillip Duckham; her great grandchild Richard E. Baker III; her siblings, Betty Faulkner, Marian Heisler, Margert Miller, Mildred Foote, Harry Miller, Robert Miller and Laverne Miller. She is survived by : her husband Richard of Marshall; her son Thomas Duckham of Marshall; her granddaughter Constance Baker (Richard) of Tekonsha; her sisters, Shirley Lawler of Marshall, Darlene Coats of Olivet and Dorothy Stults of Marshall.

Funeral arrangement under the care of
Kempf Family Funeral & Cremation Services


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June 17

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM


Kempf Family Funeral and Cremation Services Marshall Chapel


June 18

11:00 AM

Funeral service

Kempf Family Funeral and Cremation Services Marshal Chapel


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