Dean Allen Reedy

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Dean Allen Reedy, 66, of Bay City, our wonderful, generous, caring, loving, and devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend was born into eternal life on the evening of July 16, 2018 with his family by his side. Dean was born on May 15, 1952 in Flint, the son of the late Maurice and Norma (Peterson) Reedy. After graduating from high school, Dean served in the U.S. Army and then went on to graduate from Western Michigan University. In 1974, Dean opened his own tax and accounting business, a business he continued throughout his life. While at a local store, the former Marilyn Binder caught Dean’s eye; after some pursuing and a trip to the zoo with the kids, Dean and Marilyn fell in love and were united in marriage on June 4, 1983. Together they shared over 35 years of marriage and countless memories. Dean was a member of Immanuel Lutheran and was very active on the school board. Throughout life, he enjoyed traveling the world, taking the grandchildren for Barney’s Bakery donuts, camping – especially in Ludington, and loved brownies. Above all, Dean will always be remembered for the love he had for his family and friends, always willing to help anyone in need; he will be missed dearly. Left to cherish his memory, is his wife, Marilyn; children, Tim (Sarah) Reedy, Brad Fiebig (special friend, Heather), Cherie (Chris) Fox, and Amanda (Jeremy) Mrozinski; grandchildren, Jessie Fiebig, Madison Fox, Garett, Lily, and Mary Reedy, Olivia, Natalie, and Benjamin Mrozinski; siblings, Gerry (Carol) Reedy, Glen Reedy (special friend, Marge), Gloria (Greg) Thompson, Louise (John) Bokor, and Lyle Reedy; in-laws, Dick (Betty) Binder, David (Gerry) Binder, Janet (Andy) Canepa, Joyce Berglund, Berniece Binder, and Jim Binder, along with many nieces, nephews, and friends. In addition to his parents, Dean was welcomed home to heaven by his nephew Brian Reedy, mother-in-law and father-in-law, Arthur and Helen Binder, and his brother-in-law, Ronald Binder. Dean’s family will be present to receive visitors on Saturday, July 21, 2018 from 10:00 AM until the time of his 5:00 PM Funeral Ceremony at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Pastor Michael Stahl will officiate. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to Immanuel Lutheran School. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at

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  1. I will not be able to attend Dean’s service Saturday, as I will be out of town. I did not want to let this time go by without letting you know that Dean had a big influence on my career. In the mid 90’s Dean mentored me while I was working for a company that he was doing the Audits and Tax returns. I was fresh out of college and Dean lead me in the right direction and advised me for several years while I was at that company. I have used his teachings not just in my career but throughout life. I am eternally indebted to him for his guidance. My deepest condolences to your entire family and I pray that you find solace in the knowing that he touched the lives of more people than you will ever know

  2. We would like to express our deepest sympathy to you Amanda, Jeremy and your entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May you find peace with his great heart and his love for all of you through the memories you have made throughout your life. God bless all of you during this very difficult time. We love you, Uncle Joe, Aunt Robyn and Alexis Mrozinski.

  3. I am so very sorry for your loss. Although I was just a client of Deans, I want you to know what a kind, sincere and smart man that he was in my eyes. He had done my taxes since I had my first job, as well as my parents taxes. A few years ago my dad was diagnosed with cancer and the outlook wasn’t good. That year I took my dads taxes in and told Dean about it. He felt so bad, he knew my dad was a car guy. He said, I have something for your dad. He went looking in his closet at the office and came out with some car magazines and a corvette T-shirt for him. I thought that was so nice of him.
    Thank you Dean for your heart felt compassion towards my dad! We appreciated you more than you will ever know.

  4. We are so sorry to hear of Dean’s passing. He was truly a great friend and business associate who will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with you.

  5. Dear Marilyn, family and co-workers, I cannot tell you how sad I am for your loss of this wonderful man. I always referred to him as my zen accountant because nothing ruffled him and his calm, warm demeanor affected so many people. His philosophy of living simply so as to enjoy what really mattered was a precious teaching and I have quoted him for years to many people. I will continue to send love and prayer for all of you. Peace Be with you. June Picard

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