Juanita Bertha Gudaitis Obituary

Juanita Bertha Gudaitis

<p>Juanita Gudaitis, age 83, of Fowlerville, MI passed away September 9,2020, with her devoted husband of 65 years by her side.&nbsp; She was born September 7, 1937 in Detroit, MI.&nbsp;Juanita was a member of the St. Agnes Catholic Church for 30 years.&nbsp; She was the head of the Altar Society for five years, where her fundraising efforts included many bake sales and garage sales, with all proceeds used to procure altar supplies.&nbsp;She is survived by her Husband Pete; Daughters Linda Parr, Anna (Mark) Morell; Grandchildren Lora (Chad) Stricklen, Cara (Dave) Wesch, Mallory (Matt) Carter, Max Morell; Greatgrandchildren Michael Thorton, Finn and Sara Carter and her six siblings.&nbsp;Juanita will be remembered for her love of family and friends and will be greatly missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing her.&nbsp; She was a pillar of our family and instrumental in coordinating ourfamily picnics and Christmas celebrations year after year.&nbsp;A Vigil Service will be held on Monday, September 14, 7:00 pm, followed by Funeral Services held Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 10:30 am, both services will be held at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Fowlerville.&nbsp; If you plan to attend either service, please register on the St. Agnes website.&nbsp; The service will also be live streamed on the St. Agnes Catholic Church YouTube Channel, this can be accessed via their website https://stagnesmi.weconnect.com/.&nbsp;In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation can be made to the American Kidney Fund.&nbsp;</p>
September 7, 1937 - September 9, 202009/07/193709/09/2020
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