OUR DEARLY DEPARTED
CORONA VIRUS directives when attending a FUNERAL MASS:
- FACE COVERING – Must be worn the entire time in the church, covering your nose and mouth, inside and outside the church. Face shields not allowed.
- SOCIAL DISTANCING – At least 6 feet apart. Families can sit together.
- NO GATHERING – At the back of church or outside of the church. Pay your respects and please take your seat in the pew.
- LIMITED NUMBER IN ATTENDANCE – 50% of church capacity.
“The Faith Community of St. Vincent Pallotti Parish extends sympathy and prayers to the family and friends of our dearly departed. May they rest in peace.”
Dearly Departed Henry Lipinski
November 27, 1938 – May 05, 2021
Age 82 of Wyandotte
Henry was one of five children born from the union of Michael and Alice (Rosienski) Lipinski. Hank, as he would commonly be known, would attend and graduate from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel High School with the class of 1957. He enlisted in the United States Army and proudly served his country.
Hank would meet and later walk the love of his life, his beautiful bride Theresa J. Burtka, down the aisle on December 29, 1962. This marriage happily provided Hank with the wonderful opportunity to be at Theresa’s beck and call 24/7. The couple would soon be blessed with three boys of their own, and Hank being a wonderful provider served his community as a schoolteacher and Wyandotte Firefighter for more than twenty-five years.
Hank had a brilliant sense of humor and there seemed to be nothing that he would not or could not twist into amusement. He was well known for his grandpa jokes and his ability to make up songs on the spot about everything and anything. Hank was an excellent conversationalist; in fact, with every new introduction he would convince his newfound friend that they were either from Wyandotte or that they knew someone from Wyandotte. He was an outstanding artist and had a superb imagination. Actually, he once designed a high-rise fire escape system that went on to receive a United States patent.
A faith-filled, devout Catholic man, Hank, would value attending weekly Mass at St. Joseph Church within the St. Vincent Pallotti Parish. He was known for his kind heart and generosity, always putting the needs of others ahead of his own. Hank spent countless hours serving as a caregiver to his ailing mother. He even did the same for his father-in-law and mother-in law when they were in poor health.
Dearly Departed Anthony D. Finamore
November 01, 1926 – June 08, 2021
Beloved husband of the late Barbara J. Finamore. Loving father of Michael Finamore, Brian (Cindy) Finamore, and Melanie Finamore. Dear brother of George (Phyllis) Finamore and Angelina Pace. Dearest grandfather of Jennifer, Michael, Lynsie, Nicholas, and Madeline and great grandfather of Scarlette, Alex, Kaelynn, Emery, Gabriel, and Colton. Anthony was preceded in death by his siblings Dominic Finamore, Nicholas Finamore, and Fannie Stacks.
Dearly Departed Herbert Joseph Daniels II
December 12, 1948 – April 22, 2021
Herb was the son of the late Herbert Daniel and Kathleen Larkin Daniel. He was also proceeded in death by his previous wife, Linda Wilson Daniel and a sister, Patricia Daniel. Surviving are his wife Barbara Rumfelt Daniel; son, Chris Daniel, his wife Lauren; and their children Andy, Charlotte and Linda; daughter Beth, her husband Jason Matthews and their son, Landon; daughter Lisa, with Andrew Witmer and their daughter Olivia and son Ayden; stepdaughter Rebecca Peterson and her sons Dane and Colin; stepson Bill Peterson, his wife Stephanie and their son Evan. Herb was also survived by his sister, Maureen (Ron) McCarthy; sister, Sr. Shawn Bernard (Judy Daniel); brother David; sister, Nancy (Ron) Miskelley; sister, Sheila (Tim) Scanlon; sister, Peggy (Em) Roberts; sister, Gerriann (Jon) Csont; sister Kathleen (Ed) Schiller; brother, John (Karen) Daniel; and numerous nieces and nephews. Herb lived in the downriver area most of his life. He attended St. Patrick’s High School and shortly after graduation entered the U. S. Army. He served in Vietnam earning several distinguished awards including two Purple Hearts, two Bronze Stars, and an Army Commendation Medal. Returning home he worked for the Chrysler Engine plant in Trenton, MI where he retired after a long career. Herb will be remembered as a great go-to guy, ready to help whenever needed with a calm and caring temperament. A wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, friend and neighbor who will be greatly missed by all who knew or loved him. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to The American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org or Ian Miskelley Wellness Center at www.BeBetterHolland.com.
Dearly Departed Mario A. Bonfiglio
February 18, 1938 – April 15, 2021
Age 83 of Brownstown
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved father on April 15, 2021 at Henry Ford Hospital in Wyandotte. He is joyfully reunited with his loving wife of 46 years, Nancy (Benoit). Cherished father of Paul and Mary Tackett (Dan); loving son of the late Vito and late Michelina Bonfiglio; loving brother to the late Nino Bonfiglio (late Lori and late Pauline) and the late Frances Fermani (late Marcel); brother-in-law to the late Shirley Pendergast, late Edward Benoit (late Connie), Fay Knepp (late Dan) and the late Kathleen Haggerty (R. Michael). He will be greatly missed by the many nieces and nephews who cherished him so dearly.
2021 Mass of Remembrance
Thursday, November 7, 2021
St. Joseph Church – 7:00 pm
Pray for these dearly departed as we remember them at our
Mass of Remembrance on November 7, 2021
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John 14: 1-4 “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also. And you know the way to where I am going.”