Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Visitation9:30 am – 10:00 am
Funeral Mass of the Resurrection10:00 am
Watch the Grand Prize Raffle Drawing Saturday, June 25, 2022 at 10:00pm
It is with great sadness we announce that Maureen Fielder, 43, of Grosse Ile, Michigan died unexpectedly on Saturday, January 15, 2022.
Born May 3, 1978 to Keith and Ann (Conroy) Fielder, Maureen lived with passion, determination, and generosity. A graduate of Grosse Ile High School, John Carroll University (B.S.), and Marygrove College (Masters in the Art of Teaching), Maureen was an honors students and track star who turned to distance running after college, completing numerous marathons including Boston.
A natural educator, Maureen’s love of numbers inspired her work as a high school math teacher where she guided hundreds of students to think analytically and truly understand the material. Her mentorship of students carried over from the classroom to the track and cross country field where she worked to instill confidence and bring out the best in each individual.
Maureen was an avid reader and puzzler, who enjoyed both crosswords and Sudoku. She loved the water; whether she was water skiing, relaxing on a boat with friends and family, or floating in the pool on a bright pink flamingo; life was better in a swim suit. Her remarkable memory was regularly on display – easily reciting entire scenes of movies, little-known stats about her beloved Detroit Tigers, and, much to the dismay of her friends and family, what really happened at most any event. Whether she was training for a marathon, hustling to make her TV’s Diner customers’ meal an enjoyable experience, or taking care of the details of a real estate customer, Maureen had an incredible work ethic, regularly demonstrating her determination and dedication.
By far, Maureen’s greatest legacy was her generosity. At school and on the track she was deeply committed to helping those who needed her support the most. At the restaurant and the real estate office she displayed professionalism, wisdom, and her sharp sense of humor. She deeply loved her family and easily shared her affection in small ways – she had a knack for picking out the perfect cards – and big – her hugs could only be described as bear-like. Those who knew her will not forget. Those who loved her will keep her close. The imprint she left on our hearts far exceeds the amount of time we were able to share together.
Maureen will be deeply missed by her partner Scott Ranspach, parents Keith and Ann Fielder, brother John Paul Fielder, sister-in-law Kelly DiNardo, nephew Oliver Fielder, and an abundance of family – both the family she was blessed to be born into and the family she chose along the way. Preceding her in death were her grandparents, Don and Pat Fielder and Tim and Janet Conroy, and cousins Michaeleen and Chrissie Conroy.
To honor Maureen’s passion, determination, and generosity, we ask, in lieu of flowers, to please contribute to the Maureen Fielder Fund (tinyurl.com/MaureenFielder) which will support high school students interested in attending a two or four year institution with a focus on mathematics/engineering and an in interest in athletics.
Maureen lived by her favorite song quote ” when you give it away, it all comes back tenfold they say…” Oak Ridge Boys
WE NEED YOU!!
The 2022 Wyandotte Street Fair is coming soon…which means so is St. Vincent Pallotti’s parking lot fundraiser. This fundraiser is in need of many helping hands to make it a success. There are several times to choose from. Please check out the dates and times below, grab a friend or family member and donate some of your time helping a great cause! This is a great way for students and parents to earn required service hours and/or hours for National Honor Society.
THANK YOU for supporting St. Vincent Pallotti and Catholic Edcuation!
Please contact: Elizabeth Chisek if you have any questions: 734.934.5471 call/text
Christmas in July, The Merriest 4 Day Event
July 21,22,23 & 24, 2022
Presented by Our Lady of the Scapular Parish
at St. Stanislaus Kostka Site – 266 Antoine St.- Wyandotte
Visit our Christmas Wonderland, Sale of new & used Christmas Items, Raffles Galore & International Food available each day. Dine in or Carry out.
Reservations and $50 per person payment for Frankenmuth’s Bavarian Inn Restaurant Catered Dinner on Sunday, July 24
are now being taken at the parish office (734-284-9135) & Online at ourladyofthescapular.org until sold out.
Visit the parish website for more event information ourladyofthescapular.org
Sunday, June 19, 2022
Mass Begins at 11:00 am
Procession begins at 12:00 noon
St. Pius X Catholic Church
14101 Superior St
The procession will begin with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at St. Pius X Church, the faithful will process with the Blessed Sacrament around the Church block, and the procession will conclude with Benediction at St. Pius X Church.
ST VINCENT PALLOTTI PARISH
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE GRADUATES
Your Church family would like to acknowledge your special accomplishments and honor
you at Mass in a reserved pew for your family. Hope you can attend on:
Sunday, June 19, 2022
St Joseph Church, 344 Elm St, Wyandotte
Please RSVP by June 13*
Either complete this form and drop off/mail to the parish office, 334 Elm St,
Wyandotte, 48192; email it to email@example.com; call the parish office 734-285- 9840 x100
David E. Duperron, age 81, passed away on Saturday, June 4, 2022.
He was born on June 11, 1940 in Wyandotte, MI to Emory and Mildred Duperron.
David is survived by his wife, Patricia Duperron; his children Jaqueline (William) Baraboll and Marc (Sandy) Duperron; his grandchildren Zachary (Myranda) Baraboll, Adam (Jenn) Baraboll, Arielle (Nick) Partyka, Colin (Rachel) Duperron, Karlie (Austin) Duperron, Mason (Susie) Rosenberry, Miranda Rosenberry, Claire Duperron, Jack Duperron and Grace Duperron; his brother, Timothy (Linda) Duperron, three sisters, Barbara Welsch, Sharon (Frank) Cuschieri and Linda (Durk) Damstra; sister-in-law, Linda Back; brother-in-law, James Wood along with 10 great grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and extended relatives.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Claire, parents and five siblings and recently his son, Michael on May 10, 2022.
David was a firefighter for over 25 years and an avid pilot flying many different types of aircraft as well as building and flying a Super Cub and an RV-10. He also enjoyed fishing and boating but truly cherished the time spent with his kids and grandkids.
Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Wounded Warrior Project.