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Luella Senker

Luella M. Senker

Tuesday, October 4th, 1927 - Tuesday, October 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Luella M. Senker, 93, of Coldwater, passed away Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at Maple Lawn.
A memorial service will be held at a later date with entombment of ashes at the First Presbyterian Church Memorial Garden. Arrangements are being cared for by Dutcher Funeral Home.
Luella was born October 4, 1927 in Coldwater, MI to Ray & Augusta (Cole) Fales. She married William F. Senker on July 4, 1944. He preceded her in death on June 29, 1998.
Mrs. Senker was a dedicated wife, mother and homemaker. She worked briefly for Randall Food Products in Tekonsha and spent many years as the custodian at the First Presbyterian Church, where she was an active member, serving on the Board of Deacons and a member of the Deborah Women’s Circle. Luella belonged to the Coldwater Lady Elks and the Women’s Bowling Association, Powder Puff League. She received many state and local awards in her 48 years of bowling. Luella was an excellent cake decorator, making many birthday, wedding and specialty cakes. Her greatest joy came from spending time with her family, especially watching her grand and great grandchildren in all of their sporting events.
Luella is survived by her children Diana (Harold) Massey, Robin Swift, Marsha (Gary) Stetler, Billie (John) Pollack all of Coldwater, her half-brothers and sisters Janet (Lee) Springstead of Coldwater, Judy (George) Skinner, Barbara Siler, Alan Fales, Linda Moore all of San Antonio, TX, her grandchildren Tamie (Norm) Olson, Jim (Carol) Barnes, Chad (Allison) Massey, Shawn (Luanne) Massey, Heather (Randy) Skidmore, Holly (Darryl) Eichorn, Tobi (Patrick) Reardon, Brian (Julia) Stetler, Michael (Amie) Pollack, Christopher (Becky) Pollack, Marc (Jennifer) Pollack, Nick Cross, Megan Cross , Emilee Hudson, Jason Hudson; her great grandchildren Chase Olson, Andrew Barnes, Cameron Barnes, Megan Barnes, Jameson Massey, Lachlan Massey, Porter Skidmore, Laiken Skidmore, Joseph Eichorn, Emie Reardon, Connor Reardon, Andrew Stetler, Isaac Stetler, Jack Stetler, Abbi Pollack, Jacob Pollack, Lucas Pollack, Josh Pollack, Che Pollack, Maize Cross, Milo Cross, Devon Hudson, Kohen Hudson and Braylon Hudson. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents Ray & Augusta (Cole) Fales, her brother Marvin Fales, granddaughter Gina Massey and half- brothers Glendon and Danny Fales.
Memorials may be directed to the First Presbyterian Church or the Supporters of the Branch County Sheriff’s Office (SBCSO) through the Branch County Community Foundation. www.dutcherfh.com.
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Diana Conant

Posted at 06:36am
Luella was such a sweet and kind person; always had a smile to share. I'm sure she'll be missed by the entire family.
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Tracy Sharp

Posted at 04:27pm
So sorry to hear about Luella. My mom (Phyllis Marshall-Coffey), enjoyed bowling with her and her friendship. I'm sure they have met again in Heaven to reminisce.

Tracy Sharp
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tammy knisely

Posted at 04:18pm
Luella will be missed by so many bowlers, but non more than me. She was a great inspiration to just keep doing what you love to do. Please let me know when the service is. Tammy Knisely

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Sarah thayer

Posted at 03:47pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sarah and Jim Thayer
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Ed and Jeannette Parshall

Posted at 06:58pm
Tobi and family;
Our deepest sympathy in the passing of your grandma.
Thinking of you
Ed and Jeannette Parshall
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