M, #8138, b. say 1960
|Father*||James Arthur Brainard|
|Birth*||say 1960||Jeff Brainard was born say 1960.|
M, #8139, b. say 1960
|Father*||James Arthur Brainard|
|Birth*||say 1960||John Brainard was born say 1960.|
Lucius B. Huff
M, #8140, b. 5 October 1907, d. 13 November 1972
|Birth*||5 October 1907||Lucius B. Huff was born on 5 October 1907 at Hartsville, Bartholomew County, Indiana.1|
|Marriage*||12 September 1942||He married Marian E. Brainard, daughter of Arthur G. Brainard and Catherine Rose Shields, on 12 September 1942 at Kentucky. |
"second marriage for Lucius."1
|Occupation*||Lucius B. Huff was a Norge supervision.1|
|Retirement*||5 October 1972||He was retired on 5 October 1972 at Grand Haven, Michigan; foreman at Michigan Plastics.1|
|Death*||13 November 1972||He died on 13 November 1972 at Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan, at age 65.1|
|Funeral*||November 1972||In November 1972 a funeral was held for Lucius B. Huff at Lee Funeral Home.1|
|Burial*||November 1972||He was buried in November 1972 at Mona View Cemetery, Muskegon, Michigan.1|
|Marian E. Brainard b. 1 Sep 1913, d. 8 Feb 1989|
- [S202] Submission by Ruth L. (Pease) Linder.
Robert Burns McCaleb
M, #8146, b. 15 May 1922, d. 28 September 2011
|Nickname||Robert Burns McCaleb also went by the name of Bob.|
|Birth*||15 May 1922||He was born on 15 May 1922 at Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan.1|
|Marriage*||19 June 1943||He married Thelma Edith Nagel, daughter of Edward P. Nagle and Floye Brainard, on 19 June 1943 at Muskegon Heights, Muskegon County, Michigan.2|
|MilService*||Robert Burns McCaleb was in the military, World War 2 - Flew transport planes for CNAC.1|
|Occupation*||He was a Owned McCaleb Fire Fighting Equipment at Muskegon, Michigan.1|
|Death*||28 September 2011||He died on 28 September 2011 at Spring Lake, Ottowa County, Michigan, at age 89.3|
|Thelma Edith Nagel b. 25 Aug 1923, d. 29 May 2006|
Darleen Joyce Breithaut1
F, #8156, b. 17 April 1941, d. 15 November 1998
|Married Name||Her married name was Mabie.2|
|Birth*||17 April 1941||Darleen Joyce Breithaut was born on 17 April 1941, daughter of Darwin J Breithaut and Joyce Langs.3,1|
|Marriage*||1 July 1962||She married Robert Vern Mabie, son of Vern Elias Mabie and Margaret Totten Critchett, on 1 July 1962.4|
|(Mentioned) oObit||28 October 1991||Darleen Joyce Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of of Vern Elias Mabie on 28 October 1991 at Petoskey, Emmet County, Michigan; Vern E. Mabie, 87, of Petroskey, died Oct 25, 1991, at Northern Michigan Hospital.|
Funeral will be Tuesday at Epsilon United Methodist Church with the Rev Glenn Wagner officiating. Burial will be in Crandall Cemetery, Sand Lake.
Mr Mabie was born Dec 14, 1903 in Sand Lake, the son of Delmar and Nettie Belle (Tuttle) Mabie. He grew up in Sand Lake where he attended a rural school. He then attended and graduated from high school in Cedar Springs. He also attended Western Michigan University where he received his bachelor of arts degree in 1930. He then received his master's degree from the University of Michigan in 1933.
Mr Mabie was a teacher and junior high principal in Sparta, Mich, fro 1925-28; instructor in the history department of Western Michigan University (then Western State Teachers College) from 1930-32; high school principal in Greenville from 1933-35; superintendent of schools in Greenville from 1935-47; assistant professor of history and political science at Central Michigan University from 1947-48; direcoor of placement and alumni relations at WMU from 1948-59; dropped alumni work in 1959 and became director of placement only from 1959-70.
On June 30, 1926, he married the former Margaret T Critchett in Cedar Springs. She died in 1964. He then married Ruth Arink Senne on Nov 20, 1965. He and his wife moved to Petoskey in 1979 where they have lived since.
Mr Mabie was listed in "Who's Who in Education" in the 1967 and 1968 editions and was listed in "Who's Who in the Midwest" in the 1969 and 1970 editions.
Mr Mabie enjoyed fishing and watching wildlife. He was a member of the Western Michigan University Fouddation; the National Association for School, College and University Staffing; the Midwest College Placement Association; the Michigan College and University Placement Association, where he served as past president; the Michigan Association of School Administrators; and the American Association of School Administrators.
Mr Mabie is survived by his wife, Ruth; one son, Robert Mabie and his wife, Darleen, of Portage, Mich; one daughter, Mrs Gerald (Alice) Neidlinger of Hudsonville, Mich; four stepdaughters, Carol Waszkiewicz of Kalamazoo; Elinor Cooper of St Louis, Mo, Kathryn Senne of Petosky' Laura Senne-Laguna of Ciudad Sahagun, Mexico; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Mr Mabie was preceded in death by one daughter, Mrs George (Patricia Ann) Kooistra.5
|Death*||15 November 1998||Darleen Joyce Breithaut died on 15 November 1998 at Kalamazoo, Michigan, at age 57.1|
|Robert Vern Mabie|
- [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/
- [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index and obituary of Darwin J Breithaut, Traverse City [Michigan] Record-Eagle dtd 14 Mar 1964.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, obituary of Darwin J Breithaut, Traverse City [Michigan] Record-Eagle dtd 14 Mar 1964.
- [S500] Newspapers.com, online https://www.newspapers.com/, Engagement announcement in the Traverse City Record-Eagle (Traverse City, Michigan), 20 Feb 1962, Tue, Page 11.
- [S500] Newspapers.com, online https://www.newspapers.com/, obit in Petoskey News-Review (Petoskey, Michigan), 28 Oct 1991, Mon, Page 2.