Estelle Mignon Woodcock
February 7, 1928 – November 30, 2019
Estelle Mignon Woodcock, age 91, of White Lake, passed away November 30, 2019. Beloved wife of the late Ralph. Loving mother of Nancy (Larry) Love and the late Craig Woodcock. Proud grandmother of Sharon (Ken) Thibodeau, the late Brenda Miller, Jean (Tim) Inman, Jodie Woodcock-Blankenship, Steven (Haley) Woodcock and Kimberly (Brent) Watson. Treasured great-grandmother of Amanda (Gary) Sabin, Jason (Megan) Turbin, Jacob Miller, Sarah Miller, Samantha Inman, Alex Inman and Sierra Blankenship. Cherished great-great-grandmother of Benjamin Breiter.
Visitation will be held Tuesday, December 3, 2019 from 4:00pm until the time of the Funeral Service at 5:30pm at the Highland Chapel of the Elton Black & Son Funeral Home, 3295 E. Highland Road, Highland. Burial at White Lake Township Cemetery, White Lake.
- Visitation Tuesday, December 3, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Estelle Mignon Woodcock
December 4, 2019
There are many memories to share in honor of Estelle, however, it would require me to create a book. I cannot express the gentle and kind woman I met in 1977. She became a part of my family, a friend, neighbor, and "second mother" to me. We included Estelle and Ralph in many of our family functions. Every Christmas Estelle and I would decorate my home, have lunch, and then have a glass of Champagne. She was very articulate, loved her home, gardening, fabulous wife, outstanding mother, caring, fun- loving, humble, and thoughtful. Her family meant so much to her. Losing her son at a young age was devastating as well as her husband Ralph. Everyone loved Ralph!!! After Ralph passed, her best friend was Flo and Bill Conrady. They took very good care of her as well as her other neighbors. I moved to Livonia and still stayed in contact. I received phone calls periodically from Flo who was Estelle's right hand...she took her shopping, appointments, dancing, restaurants, and spent quality time with her. Not to mention her husband Bill took care of the lawn and any maintenance required.
I pray that God grants you the special joy of everlasting life in His eternal and loving light, may he shine upon you and may you rest in peace in Heaven!!!
Peace and Love,
Marianne Webster (neighbor and close friend)
Carole & Phillip Ziegler
December 2, 2019
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. We have missed going to the Highland Senior Center for exercise and parties, having lunch at certain restaurants around town and going shopping for groceries and other "stuff". Estelle did know who served the best Patti Melt for lunch! Now that she has joined her husband and other friends and family in heaven we are sure that she is having one heck of a good time. She will always be remembered in our prayers and a mass will be said at Church of the Holy Spirit in Highland for her this month.
December 1, 2019
Our deepest sympathy and prayers for our loving friend who brought joy and laughter in our lives...She had so many talents in home decorating and we always were welcomed by her and Ralph!! Vacations to Destin was so much fun to enjoy each others friendship, and trips to The dog track and Biloxi were memorable!! May you be joined together with your husband in your new eternal life and Rest In Peace...You will be missed and will always and forever hold a place in our hearts!!!
Blessings from above...Your loving Alabama friends...Patti & Vern 💕🌸🌸🌸
Patti & Vern