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Resurrection Funeral Home

40800 Hayes Road, Clinton Township, MI

OBITUARY

Maryann Julia Korson

May 12, 1944May 20, 2020

Maryann Julia Korson was born on May 12, 1944 and passed away on May 20, 2020 and is under the care of Resurrection Funeral Home.

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Todd Korson

June 4, 2020

All my friends called you Big M.

Chris Weiss

June 1, 2020

Dear Frank and family,
Our deepest sympathies to all of you. I have so many vivid and fun memories of Maryann (the only name I ever called her).
Maryann was such an amazing influence on me at the ripe age of 7. We met because she was afraid of a spider and wanted my mom to kill it for her. Over the next 10 years babysitting, running errands and just hanging out with her I learned so much about her and from her. Her love for Elvis and how upset she was when he passed away.
There were many days / nights playing Jeopardy and Perquackey. I still play word games and can envision her rearranging the letters so quickly to form so many words.
Maryann was very good player, but she also taught me confidence to talk to people. I asked her to call a store for me since I was afraid to do it. Maryann walked me through what to say then I made the call. That lesson gave me a lot of confidence and showed me that although I was young I could navigate in an adult world. Through her, I also found a love for camping.
The love that Frank and Maryann had for each other was also amazing. It is a love to aspire to. Through Maryann I became friends with Jackie for which I am grateful that we still keep in touch.
The entire family is in my thoughts and prayers, may she Rest In Peace.

Chris & Ed Weiss

Babette Biernat

May 29, 2020

Dear Frank and family,
I’m so sorry for you loss and I’m praying for all of you. Nikki holds a very special place in my heart because she was one of the kindest women I had the pleasure of knowing. All of my memories are filled with happiness, and love. Nikki was a very lovely lady. She was always genuinely interested in news about my family or myself. Our visits were always filled with laughter and entertaining stories. She was quick to encourage or praise you. She was an angel throughout her life and God welcomed her home.✝️ I will truly miss her. May Gods peace be with you.

Jackie Wanagat

May 29, 2020

My sister, my hero! I have so many wonderful memories buried deep within my heart about my big Sis and I will always carry them with me. She was the eldest sister and married at a very young age. I spent a lot of time with her and Frank over the years both as a little girl and as a full grown adult. She was amazing to say the least. Goofy all the time and when she got the giggles there was no stopping her but thats what I cherish most about her. I loved that about her. And wow could she play the games. We would play UNO, Yahtzee and Jeopardy all the time. Jeopardy was our favorite but she was too smart for me. So I would be the Alex Trebek of the game and she, Frank with Curt would be the contestants. What a riot gabbing alot and the guys saying, "hey are we going to play this game or not"? Then there were the camping trips. So much fun with them and the kids! Oh my gosh what Memories. My sister also worked at Roseville High School for the principal. Something very few people knew about her and the big heart she had for others was the fact that she would help anyone out whenever she could. The principal had suffered a very severe injury and became a quadriplegic. My sister would go over there many times to help him so that he could go to work everyday.

When she was stricken with Parkinson's it broke my heart. The last five years were the toughest but what a warrior she was. Never complained! Always had a smile and loved life to the fullest. I have always looked up to her in life and I will continue to look up to her as I go along in my years remembering the warrior that she was. I miss her so much and it has only been a little over a week. I am so thankful that she is no longer suffering. God be with you Nicki and may you rest in peace and give Mom and Dad and our little angel, Angelica a big kiss from all of us. We shall meet again. ❤

Scott Wanagat

May 27, 2020

Her infectious laugh, her love for video games, the fashionista glasses that were a trend all their own. So many amazing memories from such a bright soul. Such a carefree personality that made your life feel lighter and happier when you were around her. Always smiling and never a bad thing to say about anyone or anything. Even in her later stages, we were always amazed at how she embraced each day with so much joy. A marriage that truly showed what it means to live for the other. This is how we will always remember you, Auntie Nikki. We love you, and we miss you.

Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, and may perpetual light shine around her. May her soul and the souls of the faithfully departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

All our love,
Anna, Scott, Lucas, Joshua, Mary, and Emma

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