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Heartfelt condolences are extended to the families of the following loved ones. However far we are separated physically, the spirit of brotherhood in the Trade School burns brightly. We are the last of a Group that will never be duplicated.

RAYMOND ADAMS

RAYMOND F. ADAMS
1919 – 2014

Raymond died peacefully in his sleep on Friday, June 6, 2014 in Sun City, Arizona. He was predeceased by his wife Mary Steward. He is survived by his two sons and their families.
Ray attended the Trade School graduating Class ’37. He went on to invent inline sewing equipment for car interiors and seats.

ALBERT CHURCHILL

ALBERT T. CHURCHILL
1914 – 2014

Albert died just a few months short of 100 years in age.
He attended the Trade School and graduated Class ’32 “W” Section. When Al was interviewed by Ziati Meyer in December of 2011 for the Detroit Free Press, about nonagenarians still earning paychecks, he stated, “It’s more fun to work” “Do I have a hobby? Yes its magnets”.
Al owned the Troy- based Magnetool, a company he founded in 1951 using training he received at the Trade School.
Al also served his country in WWII as a 1st Lieutenant.

REV. MSGR. STANLEY E

REV. MSGR. STANLEY E. MILEWSKI
1929 – 2014

Father Milewski served Orchard Lake Schools since 1957 Procurator- Treasuer, Teacher, Athletic Director, Vice Rector, Chancellor, and Chancellor Emeritus. The Alumni Association knew him as the priest who invited the Association the Sunday after Easter to read the names of our departed brothers at a Memorial Mass. This Mass is still reserved for the Alumni Association.

WARREN ARTMAN

WARREN F. ARTMAN
1931 – 2014

Warren passed away at the age of 83 at Angela Hospice. He was the beloved husband of Sigrid (nee Nelson) and the late Gwen (Howe). He is also survived by many children and step-children. His many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends will miss his outgoing personality and enthusiasm for life.
Warren attended the Henry Ford Trade School graduating January, Class 1948, “T” Section He was a Journeyman Electrician and retired from the Ford Motor Company after many years of service.
Warren was an avid golfer whose hobby was finding golf balls. Warren served his country during the Korean War on the Aircraft Carrier USS Bennington. He was one of the earlier members of the Henry Ford Trade School Alumni Association joining in 1948.

PAUL CHAMBON

PAUL A. CHAMBON
1921 – 2014

Paul passed away at the age of 93, June 6, 2014. For 59 years he was the loving husband of Carolyn. A caring father of Lynn (Martin) Brosnan and devoted Grandfather of Bridget (Brian) Dwornick and artin Paul Brosnan.
Paul attended the Henry Ford Trade School graduating in January, 1939, ”W” Section. He was a member of the “Greatest Generation” serving in WW II.
After 50 years of dedicated service Paul retired from the Ford Motor Company. He was a member of the HFTS Alumni Association and the HFTSAA Social Club and attended both organizations on a regular basis. Paul served on the Board of Directors of the Association. He has been a member since 1951.

TITO CAROSIO

WARREN F. ARTMAN
1930 – 2014

Tito died at the age of 84 at Masonic Pathways in Alma, Michigan. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 63 years, Teresa; children, grandchildren and siblings.
Tito graduated from the Trade School Class of ’47.

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