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Janice M. Terrien

Janice M. Terrien, age 60, of Whitehall, passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her children on Sunday, July 26, 2015. She was born on January 29, 1955 to parents Francis and Doris Terrien, who survive her. Janice retired after 30 years of teaching at Whitehall District Schools. Janice will be lovingly remembered by her children: Jennifer (Chris) Yeager of Muskegon, Jon O’Brien of Muskegon, Jeff (Brittany) Hagen of Kalamazoo, Jill Hagen of Whitehall; grandchildren Breanna O’Brien, Chase Yeager; siblings Sue Terrien of Twin Lake, Mike (Cindy) Terrien of Florida, Dale Terrien of Muskegon, Vicki (Bryan) Slocum of Muskegon; nieces and nephews Brian Terrien, Tracy Vandenakker, and Brent Terrien. She was preceded in death by brother, Steve Terrien, of Twin Lake. A memorial service is planned for August 8th, 2015 from 2-4 p.m. at her daughter’s house at 2295 Washington Avenue in North Muskegon, MI. Comments (0)

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Murphy’s Law strikes again

Sometimes Murphy rules the day. Sometimes he rules longer. It happens to everyone from time to time, a stretch when nothing seems to go as planned; indeed it seems to go exactly as you’d plan for it not to go. My advice: Ride it out and make the best of it. Whatever is on the other side of Murphy’s day (or days) at the helm will undoubtedly be better by comparison. Comments (0)

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