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Mary Orban

Mary Orban

1952 - 2017

Mary Majella Orban age 65 of Presque Isle
passed away June 25, 2017 at Munson Medical Center.

She was born May 26, 1952 in Rogers City
to Albin and Victoria (Taratuta) Krawezak.

Mary graduated from Posen High School in 1969, On April 22, 1972 she
married Kenneth Orban at St, Casimir Catholic Church, She was a member
of St. Casimir Catholic Church and its Rosary Sodality. Mary was an
advocate for Right to Life and spent many hours praying for family,
friends and our country, She enjoyed biking, sewing, cooking, traveling
and cherished time spent with her family

Mary is survived by:
her husband, Kenneth;
5 children, Shawn (Dawn) Orban of Beaver Creek, Ohio,
Shannon (Scott) Coulter of Caledonia,
Melanie (Ken) Dubbert of Oak Harbor, Ohio,
Amanda (Jeff) Fischer of Lowell and Joshua of Presque Isle;
19 grandchildren, Shawn Jr., Shane, Catherine, Andrew, Stephen, Ashley,
Sydney, Savanna, Sierra, Scotty, Sylvia, Nate, Jake,
Mason, Isabella, Emerson, Evelyn, Eleanor and Chad;
1 great granddaughter, Raelyn;
Mother, Victoria Krawczak;
10 siblings, Galen (Milisha) Krawezak, Karen (Glen) LaFleche,
Linda (Mike) Furtaw, Mitch (Kathy) Krawezak,
Julie (Ted) Kaszubowski, Eileen (Craig) Tank,
Chris (Laura) Krawezak, Matt (Ruth) Krawezak,
Paulette (Doug) Roznowski and John (Kris) Krawezak.

She was preceded in death by her father, Albin and daughter, Kimberly.

Friends may visit at the Beck Funeral Home on Thursday, June 29th from
3:00 until 8:00 p.m. where her family will lead the Rosary at 6:30
followed by the Parish Wake Service at 7:00 p.m. Visitation will resume
on Friday at St. Casimir Catholic Church from 10:00 a.m. until time of
Mass at 11:00 a.m. with Fr. Arthur Duchnowicz officiating.

Interment will follow at St. Casimir Catholic Cemetery,

Memorials may be given to Right to Life or Trinitarians of Mary,
62 N Marble Rd, Lowell, MI 49331 in memory of Mary Orban,

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