OBITUARY

Agnes "Cookie" Moglovkin

April 28, 1944November 28, 2020

Agnes "Cookie" Moglovkin was born April 28, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, she was the only child of John and Agnes Dodge. Agnes passed away suddenly in her Redford, Michigan home on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at the age of 76.

Agnes was the beloved wife of the late Selden. After Selden's death, she was lucky enough to find love again with her long time partner and companion, Gerald Deisinger.

Agnes was the beloved mother of Justine (Rob Roach) Moglovkin, and Tokeah (William) Barnes. Loving grandmother of Dereck (Brittany Londry) Moglovkin, and Ashley (Michael) Stump. Dear great-grandmother of Mackenzie Moglovkin, Makayla Moglovkin, Makaiden Moglovkin, Dylan Stump, and Gage Moglovkin. She will also be missed by her loyal and loving pit bull Casey who slept with Cookie every night.

Cookie had a successful career as a machine operator at Master Automatic in Plymouth, Michigan for 22 years until she retired. In her retirement, she enjoyed shopping, going out to eat at local diners because she didn't like the food as the "fancy places". Although no restaurant could beat her famous homemade cabbage rolls, cranberries, and marshmallow fruit salad. She loved gambling, especially Bingo and even tested her luck in Las Vegas from time to time. Cookie had a fondness for Neil Diamond and Elvis and couldn't wait for a return trip to Graceland.

Cookie was a devout Catholic and attended Catholic school her entire life; starting with St. Michael the Archangel and graduating from Ladywood Catholic High School in Livonia. She was a longtime member of St. John Bosco Catholic Church in Redford (Now called St. John XXIII). Sometimes she would enjoy attending St. Valentine Catholic Church also in Redford.

Cookie was an animal lover but was hesitant around Pit Bull Terriers until she fell in love with "Zeek". Ever since he came into her life, she was a pit bull advocate and when Zeek passed away, she adopted Casey who has been with her every day for over 10 years. However, Cookie's passion was her family. She simply loved being a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, partner, and friend. She had a kind heart and a welcoming smile. Cookie will be deeply missed by everyone that knew and loved her.

Cookie's family will receive friends for a visitation at Harry J. Will Funeral Home 25450 Plymouth, Redford, MI 48239 on Friday, December 4, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. with a 7PM Rosary Service, led by the Pastoral Associate of St. John XXIII, Laura Scanlan.

The funeral service will be on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 1:00 PM at the funeral home. The service will be led by Monsignor Richard Osebold from St. John XXIII (Formerly St. John Bosco).

We politely ask for everyone to respect the current COVID-19 restriction of 25 people at a time. Masks are required in the building. Thank you for your understanding.

Cookie will be laid to rest by her husband in Detroit Memorial Park West Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared in the guestbook for the Moglovkin family. Simply select "Add a Memory" below to leave a message.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, December 4, 2020

  • Rosary Service

    Friday, December 4, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, December 5, 2020

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Jeff Theakston

December 6, 2020

I remember meeting cookie and Sheldon when I was 15 years old couldn’t believe how much was going on at that house when I first met them she was taking care of her mother watching kids had people renting her basement I was like oh my God this place is nuts Sheldon told me one time there was no party here but that was a lie it seemed like we always had a good time cookie opened her heart to me when I first started dating her daughter Justine and then she opened up her house to me When I had no place to live cookie let me move in so I would have a place to stay she even Let my dog come with me they’Fed my dog eggMcMuffin almost every day lol they introduced me to wrestling Selden got me back into watching sports when we watch the 1984 Tigers win the World Series even though cookie seems to like the Tigers more than he did but the they asked me to go to bingo I was like bingo so boring but I finally went and I had a great time.but the best memory I had was when Sheldon and cookie came over to my house and we watch wrestlemania but all we did was talk about things that were happening and things that were going on in our lives we had the best night I can’t believe how fast the night went what a good time we had. I have so many good memories of them but cookie always kept in touch with me called me just to see how I was doing ask me about my kids and wife she was always so kind to me I wish I could have told her I was moving but cove 19 got in the way I will always regret not seeing her one last time before I moved thinking that I would be able to see her at derricks kids birthday party her grandkids and talking to her and see how she was doing I will miss her She Was like my second mom
Rest In Peace Cookie
Rest In Peace Cookie

Roy and Nadine Jarvis

November 30, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Some words of comfort are found in Psalm 46:1; Matthew 5:4; Isaiah 26:3; and Psalm 30:5b. We love you.

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