Dayna Marie Pentecost
July 27, 1954 – November 8, 2018
Dayna Marie Pentecost, age 64 passed away on Thursday November 8, 2018. Dayna was born July 27, 1954 in Iron Mountain, Michigan to Shirley Foote and Everett Lammi.
Dayna worked as a hairstylist and was self-employed for many years, she took pride in helping people look beautiful. Some of her proudest moments were when her grandchildren were born. She love spending time with her family and watching them grow, they always made her smile. Dayna enjoyed listening to music, making crafts and finding things with her metal detector. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends.
Dayna is survived by her husband, Ralph Pentecost; son, Scott Pentecost; and daughter, Sara Smith; father, Everett (Marian) Lammi and mother, Shirley Foote; two sisters, Carole Mason, Erin Allen; two brothers, Alan Lammi, Jason Foote; grandchildren, Angelica Succurro, Bryson Smith, Scott Richard Pentecost II, Austyn Prill and great grandchild, Abriella Franks.
A Memorial Service will occur Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 3:00 pm, at Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes, 900 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, Michigan. Family will receive friends one our prior to the service at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Dayna to Hospice House of Mid-Michigan.
- Everett (Marian) Lammi, Father
- Shirley Foote, Mother
- Carole Mason, Sister
- Alan Lammi, Brother
- Jason Foote, Brother
- Erin Allen, Sister
- Ralph Pentecost, Husband
- Scott Pentecost, Son
- Sara Smith, Daughter
- Dayna is also survived by her grandchildren and great grandchild.
The Hospice House of Mid-Michigan
1210 W. Saginaw Hwy., Lansing, Michigan
- Visitation Sunday, November 11, 2018
- Memorial Gathering Sunday, November 11, 2018
Dayna Marie Pentecost
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November 14, 2018
My heartfelt sympathy to Dayna's family and friends as we mourn the loss of a beautiful person. I have so many memories of our times together but here are a few. She was a beautiful angel of mercy when my brother had cancer treatments and was losing his hair. She made a house call to shave his head and gave him some dignity. I remember many walks through her neighborhood when she was in her fitness phase, and we'd just chat it up about all subjects. I remember the limo days when she gladly shared it for our special occasions and her cool chauffeurs outfit. I looked up to her like a big sister, which she was to me.
Gone too soon but never forgotten. I will love you always, Dayna!