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From: "Peter McCrae" <>
Subject: LATTREL: Laura M Lattrel--d;20/6/2006>USA
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 12:38:49 +0100
Laura M. Lattrel, age 98 of 285 Brookton Road, Marquette, died Tuesday (20
June 2006) evening at Marquette General Hospital after a short illness.
Mrs. Lattrel was born on September 8, 1907 in Marquette to the late John and
Mary (White) Neisenger and was a lifelong area resident. In 1923 she married
Virgil Lattrel at St. Peter's Cathedral and he preceded her in death in
Laura served as vice president of Virg's, Inc., a popular U.P. shoe store
for many years. She was a member of St. Peter's Cathedral, a charter member
of the Lady Elks and maintained her membership there ever since.
She enjoyed boating, going to camp at Little Shag Lake and traveling. Laura
also enjoyed spending time with her cat, "Mr. Cat."
She is survived by one son, Louis Lattrel of Marquette; two grandchildren,
Roger Lattrel of Oxford, MI and Linda Kueber of Munising; four great
grandchildren, Cristin Lattrel and Ryan Lattrel of Oxford, MI, Michelle
Bosscher of Laurium and Melanie Price of Palatine, IL; also surviving are
several nephews. Preceding her in death besides her parents and husband were
a son, Lloyd Lattrel and his wife, Betty, and a sister, Edith Kirk.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 12 Noon Friday in St. Peter
Cathedral with the Rev. Msgr. Louis C. Cappo officiating. Visitation will be
held in the Bishop's Room of the Cathedral beginning at 11 a.m. Friday.
Entombment will take place in the Holy Cross Cemetery Mausoleum.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the Marquette County Humane
Society in Mrs. Lattrel's memory, 84 Snowfield Road, Negaunee, MI 49866.
Due to the extraordinarily fine help from Dr. Amy Fletemier, Marquette
General Home Health, Arcadia Health, and Marquette General Hospital, Laura
was able to stay in the comfort of her home in the final year of her life.
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