Alphonse Sulskis

Age 95, of Lansing, MI, passed away January 27, 2020. He was born August 17, 1924, in Binghampton, NY, to the late Stanley and Catherine Sulskis.

A private family service will be held.

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Mary Anne Borzenski
January 29, 2020 at 9:39 am

The life of one we love is never lost … Uncle Al’s influence goes on through all the lives he ever touched. May you all find comfort in the many happy memories you share.
Love, Michael and Mary Anne and family

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D. Clark
January 29, 2020 at 11:59 am

Wanda and Les
Al lived a wonderful, long life. He was blessed to have both of you with him always and to be lucky enough to be married to the Homecoming Queen. The Clark family has very fond memories that we share with your family from many years as neighbors and friends. From all of us, may Gods loving hand be on your shoulder thru this difficult loss. Dave and Jodi

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Donna Oade
February 6, 2020 at 6:47 am

Wanda and Leslie,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of this dear man. He was indeed fortunate to have the deep love of the two of you.
Much love to both of you.
Donna and Jerry Oade

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Michael Green
February 6, 2020 at 7:44 pm

One of the “Greatest Generation”. Veteran of WWII and a soldier with the Army’s 99th Infantry Division which was engaged in the desperate struggle at the Battle of the Bulge, Al came home, studied forestry at Michigan State University, married his beautiful wife Wanda, raised two daughters, and worked hard all his life.

Always willing to give of his time, he never spoke ill of anyone. He was a true gentleman. He had a love of nature, gardening, selective cold beverages, good conversation, reading and family. He was strong in conviction with a kind and gentle soul. Thank you for your friendship Al! You’re in God’s graces.

Mike Green and family.

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Kali Green
February 6, 2020 at 7:52 pm

To the man who was another grandpa to me,

Thank you for all your countless lessons. I’ll never forget the contagious smile you had on your face. Your famous remakes of songs and our goal to buy Leslies’ house after graduation will never be forgotten. Thanks for always sliding me a piece of candy when no one was looking, for making my day brighter, for the long walks around the “hood”, and for helping me study. I’ll keep practicing my leg lifts so that one day I can beat your high score.

All my love,

Kali Marie

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Alex Green
February 6, 2020 at 8:37 pm

So blessed to have known Al and to have him, Wanda and Leslie be a big part of our family’s life. I remember celebrating his birthday just a few years back and seeing the joy he felt sitting on the front porch spending time with his loved ones. We will miss you Al but will never forget you. Continue to be the angel you are, looking down on Wanda and Leslie.

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Mikey and Jaclyn Green
February 7, 2020 at 4:43 pm

Al and Wanda taught me, at an early age, what it meant to be a loving neighbor. I will always cherish the times I could enjoy Disney movies and apple slices at the Cooper house! Mr. Sulskis was the neighbor that I strive to be. His memory will forever be in my heart. We love you Leslie and Mrs. Sulskis!

-Mikey and Jaclyn

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