Donald Petiprin Obituary, death – Caro resident Donald Myron Petiprin, who was 88 years old and had passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 1, 2023 in the comfort of his own home in Caro, passed away peacefully to enter the loving arms of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Donald Myron Petiprin passed away peacefully to enter the loving arms of Jesus Christ. His parents, Myron and Mary (Fryz), Petiprin, had both passed away before their son, Don, was born on May 2, 1934 in Caro. Don was the only child of the couple. Their son’s name was Don. It was his duty to serve his country, and he discharged that commitment and those patriotic responsibilities by joining in the 15th Engineer Division of the United States Army. During the construction of the Mary Ellen Dam, he was a member of the team working as a heavy equipment operator.
His best buddy from childhood, Tex, worked beside him. They were jointly accountable for bringing about the successful completion of the dam. After serving his time in the service and being honorably released, he looked for work and eventually found a position with Saginaw Steering Gear, where he was employed for the subsequent thirty-two years of his life. Don’s life became completely uninteresting for an entire year after he reached the age of 49 and took his retirement pension. When he was fifty years old, he made the decision to begin his own landscaping firm, and he eventually increased his clientele to include sixty-two people. He delighted in spending time outside and took a great deal of satisfaction in cultivating a beautiful garden and flowerbeds. Working in the dirt was another enjoyable activity for him.
On January 12, 1957, in the town of Caro, Don and a woman whose official name at the time of their marriage was Viola Dietz exchanged their vows and became husband and wife. On December 11, 2019, Vi passed away, leaving behind her husband of sixty-two years. The couple had been married for a total of sixty-two years. Don was an unwavering partisan of the University of Michigan throughout his life. He looked forward to the time he got to spend with his family, and the time he got to spend with his grandkids and great-grandchildren brought him the most delight. He looked forward to the time he got to spend with his family. He held his time with his loved ones, particularly his family, in the highest regard. Petiprin, who resides in Coloma; Anna Petiprin-Brightman and her husband Richard, who reside in Midland; Linda Voelker, who is in Caro; Chris Petiprin and Cherie Page, who reside in San Diego, California; and John Petiprin, who resides in Caro, are Don’s children who are still alive.
Don is also survived by his eleven grandchildren, whose names are as follows: Jason and Haven Petiprin, Joshua and Natalie Petiprin, Nicole Steffan, Christine and Daniel Mahoney, Megan Steffan, Jacqueline and Jordan Steffan, and Jacqueline and Jordan Steffan. Jason and Haven Petiprin, Joshua and Natalie Petiprin, Nicole Steffan, Christine and Daniel Mahoney, Megan Steffan, and Jacqueline and Jordan Steffan. Don was preceded in death by eight further members of his family, including his parents, his wife, four sisters, four brothers, a grandson called Kurt Steffan who had just recently been born at the time of Don’s death, and four other grandkids.