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32814 Utica Road
Fraser, MI 48026
Phone: (586) 293-3390
Fax: (586) 293-5837
William Dierickx

William John Dierickx

Monday, July 26th, 1926 - Saturday, July 11th, 2020
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William John Dierickx, a resident of St. Clair Shores since 1970, died peacefully, under the care of Hospice of Michigan, in his home and was received into the loving arms of Jesus and his wife, Saturday at the age of 93 years.

William was born in Detroit on July 26, 1926, the son of the late John and Catherine (Horn) Dierickx. He dated his loving wife, Marcella "Scottie" Euteneuer for 17 years and married his beloved in Detroit were they lived until moving to St. Clair Shores. William served his country honorably in the US Army during WWII. William was a mail carrier for the Detroit Postal Service and retired at the age of 50. He was a great bowler and received the honor of a 300 game, loved fishing, golf, loved all sports, was a real pool shark and enjoyed his card playing. He was very outgoing and always had a story to tell. He will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

William is survived by his care giver and loving niece Cynthia Vonkeltz, his three sisters, Dorothy Sheridan, Nancy Christensen and Catherine Hastings; his uncle Richard Horn and many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.

Memorials to Hospice of Michigan in his honor appreciated. A committal service will be held at Mt.Olivet Cemetery of Detroit with military honors at a later date. Share memories with the family at
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    Mt. Olivet Cemetery
    17100 Van Dyke @ 6 Mile Rd.
    DETROIT, MI 48234
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    Interment of Cremains at a later date with military honors


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Posted at 10:39pm
My Mom, Clara, was a sister of Marcy. We all looked forward to their visits in Minnesota. In 1997, my Mom and I took a road trip with my 2 toddlers to spend time with Aunt Marcy and Uncle Bill. There love for each other was radiant! I kept in touch with Uncle Bill and will dearly miss our conversations. He was full of wisdom and so kind and a true gentleman. Uncle Bill was so thankful for his niece, Cindy. God Bless. May you rest in Peace

Barb Schreiber

Posted at 12:41pm
We always loved seeing Uncle Bill. Especially when him and Uncle Dick came up to our home in Houghton Lake to go ice fishing. We had alot of laughs that week-end.


Posted at 10:44am
I was very sad to hear the news about my Uncle Bill. When they visited Minnesota, they stayed at my moms place, Marcy & my mom were sisters. After Marcy passed, I tried to stay in touch with him, by phone calls and I am glad that I did that. I spoke with him on July 5th, not knowing that would be our last conversation. He never complained and was very appreciative of his care-givers and also his friends & family members that visited with him. I treasure our phone visits and know in my heart that he could not do the things he really wanted to do, because of his health issues and that now he is going golfing, fishing, bowling (probably another 300 in the books already) and best of all, he is with his Marcy or "Scottie" as he called her. They have a lot of catching up to do, & I bet he has probably found his friends and relatives that have gone before him. I would like to thank his friends, family & caregivers, especially his niece Cindy, who watched over him and helped in many ways. Wish I could have been there to help. May God bless you all! Will miss our conversations, Uncle Bill, I know that you are now where you want to be!

Lauren MacAlpine

Posted at 10:07pm
Peace and comfort to the whole family on the loss of your Uncle Bill. I feel so blessed to have been able to spend time with him. I’m going to miss his caring, our talks about life, the good advice he gave and of course playing cards and his jokes. He will truly be missed.

Eva Lamb

Posted at 08:46pm
Message from Eva Lamb (baby sister of Marcella). Bill was such a kind and gentle man and we always enjoyed his visit at our Family Reunions. He and my husband Dave always had a lot to chat about- they were both Letter Carriers for the US Post Office. I imagine right now they are still discussing the way things should have been run - Dave passed away 3 years ago. We also had to discuss the Tigers and the Twins baseball teams. Bill will be missed and May He Rest In Peace.

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