Laurence Grauherr

Laurence Grauherr

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Laurence A. Grauherr, 69, of Bay City, died on the evening of Friday, May 24, 2013 at Bay Shores Senior Care & Rehab Center. Laurence was born on November 27, 1943, the son of the late Clarence and Hazel (Kerr) Grauherr. He was a resident of Pine Towers for many years and will be deeply missed. Laurence leaves behind his brother, William and wife, Eleanor Grauherr of Turner and sister, Ruth Hine of Bay City. He is also survived by his devoted and dear friends, the Hankish Family of Bay City. A private ceremony will take place and inurnment will be in St. Stanislaus Kostka Cemetery. A heartfelt thanks is extended to the wonderful staff at Bay Shores & McLaren Hospice for the compassionate care provided.

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  1. it was an honor to be with Butch as he left this world for a better place I hope he’s dancing with Dianne at this time and finally free of his worldly pain. I enjoyed the past several years of caring for him and being his friend I want to thank the staff of Bayshores for their love they gave him on a daily basis Several ladies came to say goodbye to him at the end of their shifts and on their breaks the last final hours. he was truly loved there. sincerely
    Vera and Robert Hankish
    (SIS)

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Laurence A. Grauherr, 69, of Bay City, died on the evening of Friday, May 24, 2013 at Bay Shores Senior Care & Rehab Center. Laurence was born on November 27, 1943, the son of the late Clarence and Hazel (Kerr) Grauherr. He was a resident of Pine Towers for many years and will be deeply missed. Laurence leaves behind his brother, William and wife, Eleanor Grauherr of Turner and sister, Ruth Hine of Bay City. He is also survived by his devoted and dear friends, the Hankish Family of Bay City. A private ceremony will take place and inurnment will be in St. Stanislaus Kostka Cemetery. A heartfelt thanks is extended to the wonderful staff at Bay Shores & McLaren Hospice for the compassionate care provided.

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  1. it was an honor to be with Butch as he left this world for a better place I hope he’s dancing with Dianne at this time and finally free of his worldly pain. I enjoyed the past several years of caring for him and being his friend I want to thank the staff of Bayshores for their love they gave him on a daily basis Several ladies came to say goodbye to him at the end of their shifts and on their breaks the last final hours. he was truly loved there. sincerely
    Vera and Robert Hankish
    (SIS)

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