Lawrence A. Prososki

April 22, 1945April 27, 2021

Lawrence Allen Prososki, April 22, 1945 to April 27, 2021, a very proud Vietnam War era U.S. Air Force Veteran and VA Hospital Volunteer extraordinaire. Larry recently received recognition for his 15,000+ volunteer hours helping Veterans hospitalized at the Battle Creek, Detroit and Ann Arbor VA Medical Centers. He organized patient trips to Detroit Tiger and Piston games, dinner boat trips on the Detroit River, many patient trips to Golden Coral, Old Country Buffet and Ponderosa. Larry loved vintage automobiles. He loved his family and his many friends, all of whom will miss their Larry.

Lawrence was the dear son of the late Charles and the late Mary Ann Prososki. The cherished brother of Charles (Veronica) Prososki, Gary (Patricia) Prososki, and Carla (the late Edward) Kettlewell. He was the beloved uncle of Charlie Prososki, Gary Prososki Jr., Edward Kettlewell, Tila Broadway, Terry Traylor, Kelly Prososki, Christie Prososki, and Mary Yenglin. He is also survived by numerous family members and close friends.

Visitation for Larry will be held on Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 2:00pm until 6:00pm at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Road in Clinton Township. A private funeral service will take place.

Due to Covid restrictions, only 25 guests are allowed in the funeral home at one time. We also require a mask to be worn when inside the funeral home. Thank you for your patience and understanding.


  • The late Charles and the late Mary Ann Prososki, Parents
  • Charles (Veronica) Prososki, Brother
  • Gary (Patricia) Prososki, Brother
  • Carla (the late Edward) Kettlewell, Sister
  • He was the beloved uncle of Charlie Prososki, Gary Prososki Jr., Edward Kettlewell, Tila Broadway, Terry Traylor, Kelly Prososki, Christie Prososki, and Mary Yenglin. He is also survived by numerous family members and close friends.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 1, 2021


Lawrence A. Prososki

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John Kinzinger

May 1, 2021

Larry, you will definitely be missed by many who loved who you were and how you cared for others. I am very proud to have known you.
You touched the lives of thousands of hospitalized and homeless Veterans through the generosity of your time and work for others. No one could outdo you for that.
Thank you Larry Prososki. You will never be forgotten.
Thank you for your military service.
Rest in Peace Brother.

Jason Butler

April 30, 2021

What can I say? The man had an appetite and I know he loved carrots! He would take my Mom Nancy Woog and I out to Old Country Buffet and treat us to great company and a full belly.
His life-long dedication to service inspires me most. He continued after retirement to support and defend military and families.
I appreciate the lengths he went to provide military funeral honors for my Grandfather John Woog. Rest in peace. Jason Butler

Nancy Woog

April 30, 2021

Larry and I both stood as bestman and bridesmaid for my sister Patty and Gary's wedding 50 yrs ago.
You may be gone but not forgotten. You were a very kind and generous person. You looked after people, places, and your fellow man. Thank you for your military service. Rest in peace. Nancy Woog

Christie Prososki

April 30, 2021

Uncle Larry,
I will always remember all of the Holidays spent with our family you and Joan. Than with out her. It was our pleasure having you there. I am so very proud of all of the selfless work that you did for the V.A. hospitals. I loved visiting with you to Battle creek V.A. I know that it was very dear to your heart as it was to ours, being that both sides of my family was military. You will leave behind some very big shoes to fill. You were extremely generous in all of your efforts to help people . You will be greatly missed by many. Love, Christie ♡

Caleb Prososki

April 29, 2021

I enjoyed the fact that Uncle Larry (I called him my Uncle) gifted me many Military pins and a flight jacket that fit me with my own patches. I believe he gave me these things, so I could have something to remember him by.

Uncle Larry would request to sit next to me at our family gathers that we had here in Michigan.

Thank you for everything you did for me.

Kelly Prososki

April 29, 2021

When I was a little girl, Uncle Larry came down to Texas to visit us one year. It was after school, the bell rang and students were released to go home. I waited outside at the pickup line. Here comes Uncle Larry wearing dark aviator glasses, driving his drop-top CONVERTABLE to pick ME up! I was ecstatic! I thought I was the coolest kid, getting into his car. It was a rare treat and something we would bring up over the years.

Uncle Larry, we love you and you will be missed. Rest easy.

Patty Prososki

April 29, 2021

The last time I seen Larry was two days before Christmas 2020...He loved oatmeal cookies ( without raisens please ) I baked him four dozen and drove an hour away to deliver them in person..Then when he was able to drive to our house before his sight went bad he always brought me the biggest can of coffee he could find...I have many fond memories of you Larry, you were a very sweet brother in law...Fly high with the wind below your wings

Michelle K

April 29, 2021

To the Charles Prososki family. So very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy, thoughts, love and prayers to: Dad and mom, Christie,Charlie Joe, KC, Josh and Jesse. All my love and prayers.

Terry Traylor

April 29, 2021

The last time I seen Uncle Larry was when he was here in Texas visiting. He went to the country western bar with me. I can hear him now saying “Oh is that right”. He was a great Uncle who unfortunately after my grandparents died I didn’t see anymore. I know he was dedicated to helping the Veterans and it gave him much pride and happiness. I hope your smiling and visiting with grandma and grandpa. Love Terry