Lucinda W. Kaufman

Age 90, of Williamston, passed away August 20, 2011. She was born November 16, 1920, the twelfth of fourteen children born to Sarah (Schroeder) and August Werth of Macomb County, Michigan.

In 1941 she married Michigan State Police trooper Melvin Kaufman of Port Hope, Michigan. During their State Police employment, eight promotions with transfers took them across the lower peninsula of Michigan. They retired to Williasmtown Township in 1975.

Lucinda was predeceased by her parents, all of her siblings, and her husband of fifty-nine years, Lieutenant Colonel Melvin Kaufman, Michigan State Police (retired). She is survived by her daughters, Sharon (Ronald) Wiegandt and Onalee “Corkey” Davis; her granddaughters, Melissa Davis (Brian) Cummings, Sarah Davis (John) Rohl, Cathrin Wiegandt, and Susan Wiegandt (Robert) Gould; and her great-grandchildren, Onalee Rohl, Audrey, Ethan and Parker Cummings, and Ilene and Isaac Gould.

A graveside service was held at Foote Cemetery, Williamstown Township where Pastor David Voss of Memorial Lutheran Church officiated. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one’s choice.

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Linda(Festerling) Philip
April 15, 2012 at 5:45 pm

Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Lois and I have often wondered about you and your family. Lois thought she read where Onalee was a policewoman. Is that at all accurate. I am married, have three children and living in Kirkland, Wa. Lois knows Pastor Voss and lives and taught in Owosso, MI. Our Mom Esther died at 91 just before your Mom August 5th.

I have fond memories of visiting your home. Sharon, you led my sister and by way of Lois me to playing piano.
Again, My condolences.

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