Clipped From The Evening News
s Bill Bazinaw Rites MACKINAC ISLAND — Funeral services for James Bazinaw of Mackinac Island who died unexpectedly Thursday, will be held at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Ann's Church with the Rev. Joseph Polakowski officiating. He was born on Mackinac Island Aug. 11, 1925 and was a lifelong resident here. He attended school on the Island, and was a painter and carpenter by trade. He was married to the former Helen St. Onge on Mackinac Island. He was a member of St. Ann's Church. He is survived by his wife and six sons, David, Clayton, Dennis, Kenneth Stephen and Richard at home: three daughters, Nancy and Judy at home, and Mrs. Richard (Doris) LaPine of Mackinac Island: two stepsons, Larry Parel, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and John Parel, with the U.S. Army in Germany; one stepdaughter. Mrs. Janice Nelson of Washington, D. C. Additional survivors include Bazinaw of Mackinac Island: six brothers, Joseph and Walter; of Mackinac Island, Carl, U.S. Army in Germany, Francis in Arizona, George, Grand Rapids, and Clarence, Fort Lauderdale: four sisters, Theresa and Catherine, Mackinac Island, Mrs. James (Delia) Perault, also of Mackinac Island, and Mrs. Nicholas (Lorraine) Camp, Chicago. Prayers will be said Sunday evening on the Island. Burial will be in St. Ann's Cemetery.