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Arlene E. O'Donnell
Arlene E. O'Donnell
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O'Donnell, Ms.
Arlene E.
Muskegon, Michigan

Ms. Arlene E. O'Donnell, age 96, passed away Tuesday, April 27, 2021. She was born in Saginaw, MI on September 27, 1924 to Will & Grace (Sternhagen) Gorman and married Earl Fredrick on August 10, 1946. Ms. O'Donnell had been employed as a State Clerk for the State of Michigan until her retirement. Arlene was always a bright light to everyone around her, always telling stories about her life growing up and using her famous line "No sense in crying, a puddle will never help you." Ms. O'Donnell loved to travel with her son Kevin, visiting countries such as Europe, Australia, and Hawaii fifteen times.
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Son, Kevin O'Donnell. She is preceded in death by her Husband, Earl and Brother, Charles Gorman.
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Following Arlene's wishes there will be no service.

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