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Howard J. Easton Jr.

Howard J. Easton, Jr., of Southfield, MI, age 74, passed away on Thursday, December 31, 2018 at the Detroit VA Medical Center. He was born on July 23, 1944 in Toledo, Ohio the son of Howard and Marie (Ziegelhofer) Easton.


Surviving are his children: Christopher (Shawnna) Easton of Holt, Lisa (Robert) Clouse of Chelsea, and their mother Geraldine (Lawniczak)  siblings Albert “Butch” Easton of Toledo, sister-in-law Sydney Easton of Florida, and grandchildren Christopher (Sam), Brent (Kate), Corinne, and Courtnee and one great granddaughter Lorelai. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers Richard Easton and William Easton.


Howard had served in the United States Air Force from 1963-1965. He had lived in the metro Detroit area for the past 30 years, where worked in applied graphics in Sterling Heights.  He also volunteered for several community service organizations. He enjoyed spending time outdoors and had a close community of wonderful friends that he enjoyed spending time with also he enjoyed his personal outdoor pond where he loved having Coy fish.

 

Graveside Services will take place on Thursday, January 10, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Fort Custer National Cemetery in Augusta, MI. Contributions may be made to the St. Louis Center.

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0 #2 BRET BERGERON 2019-01-07 04:57
Howard J. Easton Jr.: “Bud” and “Buddy” are the nick names most of us have ever known you by, among your gang of loyal friends here in the Metro Detroit area. True to your moniker, you were always the best buddy a person could have. As one of your “close community of wonderful friends that [you] enjoyed spending time with,” I can assure you that your love and friendship will live on in all of us. You will continue to be with us in spirit as we raise our glasses to toast you, now and every time we gather. Rest in peace and serenity, my dear friend.
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0 #1 Sue Jurski 2019-01-06 01:02
Lisa and Chris, your dad and I were friends in grade and high school This picture reminds me of our time on the dance floor all through high school I haven't seen him in years but my memories of childhood are the best. God Bless you all as you work through his life and passing I prayed often for him as he was ill.
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