LAMOURIE LAWRENCE, Age 81. December 29, 2012. Beloved husband of Mary Catherine for 52 years. Loving father of Matthew (Mary), Paul (Christine), Eileen, and Patrick (Dawn). Grandfather of Matthew, Jon, Daniel, Samuel, Jacob, Mark, and Chris. Born and raised in Manistique, Michigan, and known throughout his professional life as "Frenchy", he worked for many years in the dredging industry. He will be missed by many. Family will receive friends Wednesday, January 2, 2013, 1-8p.m. at Weise Funeral Home, 7210 Park Ave., Allen Park, MI 48101. Scripture service at 7pm. Funeral Mass Thursday 10am at St. Frances Cabrini, 9000 Laurence, Allen Park. Church visitation begins 9:30am. Memorials to: Solanus Casey Center, 1820 Mt. Elliott, Detroit, MI 48207.
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I did not know Lawerance but his son is my son-in-law aand based on that he must have been a good man.
Mrs. LaMourie and Family, I am sorry for your loss. I will be thinking about you and your family in my prayers tonight.
Our prayers are with you and your family. Cherish the many great memories. And know he is resting in peace.
My dredging buddy will be missed. We worked together in South America & Cleveland, Ohio. Was a great guy for pulling pranks. With fond memories I say fare well. Port St. Lucie, Fl.
I'm sorry for your loss. I work with Dawn (Patrick). Our thoughts are with you in your time of need.
Just a very nice person and with his wife raised three young men which I had the opportunity to coach. Pops as Paul called him will be in my prayers and memories
My sympathy re: Mr. LaMourie's death. I just read his obituary in the Manistique Pioneer Tribune. Patrick LaMourie's grandmother Adeline, was my grandfather's sister. I would love to talk to Patrick. Here's my e-mail address to start if he's interested: email@example.com
I worked on Stony Island with Dave Finley I was the watchmen there I had the honer to work with Frenche he asked me to get the spot light off the Niagera for him old Dave asked were it went I told him someone must of stoll it frenche was a great man