03-29-3018 Tri-City Area Obituaries

JENESSA MARIE MACEACHRON Jenessa Marie MacEachron was born Aug. 12, 2011, in South Haven. She was one of three children born to Dennis and Carla (Urquieta) MacEachron II. Jenessa passed away suddenly on March 23, 2018, as the result of a car accident. Jenessa was a first grader at Redwood Elementary School in Hartford. She enjoyed playing with her brother and sister and the times spent with her family.

A Celebration of Life service to honor Jenessa’s short time here on earth will commence at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 29, 2018, at the Truth Church in Paw Paw. The Rev. Steve Green will officiate. Jenessa will be laid to rest at Maple Hill Cemetery in Hartford. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family. Memorial condolences for the family can be left at www.calvin-leonardfh.com. Besides her mother and father, Jenessa is survived by her two siblings, Aubree and Carson MacEachron; grandparents Francisco and Ramona Urquieta, Carrie and James Roberts, Dennis and Sherri MacEachron; and great-grandparents Bonnie Fisher, Bill Lindley and Esperanza Urquieta. Jenessa was preceded in passing by her grandparents Silvina and Carlos Meza and Amancio Urquieta.

ARTHUR (ART) ALBERT FILTER Arthur (Art) Albert Filter of Cedarburg, WI passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. He was born on December 15, 1917 in Thiensville, WI to Ludwig and Louisa (Stoecker) Filter. He was raised on the Filter family farm on Holstein/Highland Road with his brothers Frederick and Elmer, and his sister Esther (Filter) Maronde.

RONALD ORRIN STRAND Ronald Orrin Strand, 68, of Hartford passed away Monday, March 26, 2018 at Lakeland Hospital in St. Joseph. Ronald was born June 10, 1949, the son of Robert and Vera Strand and had lived in the Hartford area for the majority of his life. Ron loved to go deer hunting and also enjoyed fishing. When his children were younger Ron coached little league baseball and softball. Ron had also bowled on many leagues around the area for many years. He also enjoyed going to the casino and playing bingo. More than anything Ron loved spending time with his family and especially cherished time spent with his grandchildren.