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Violet Celelia Sisson

Violet Sisson was born Violet Cecelia Chubb on May 5, 1934 in Kalamazoo Michigan. She died of natural causes on April 4, 2020 at Borgess Hospital in Kalamazoo. Violet is survived by her Husband, Gerald Sisson of Pullman Michigan, her Sister Jean Barday and family of Colorado; her four children and their spouses: Steve and Tambre Patchett recently of Pearce Arizona, Sam and Shirley Patchett of Howard City Michigan, Kerrie and Randy Battige of Howard City Michigan, Fred and Toni Patchett of Allegan, Michigan and her little dog, Carmen. Violet was blessed with ten Grand Children and 15 Great Grand Children. Vi, as her friends called her, had a flair for fashion. She enjoyed music of all kinds, singing, arts and crafts, camping and playing cards with the friends. She was a member of the Allegan Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses for many years. Her faith was strong that we will see the fulfillment of Bible prophecy and once again be together in paradise on earth. While visiting Violet’s webpage at www.mccowensecord.com please sign the guestbook by lighting a candle, and/or sharing a memory with the family. The family is being assisted by the McCowen & Secord Funeral Home; Marshall & Gren Chapel, 120 S. Woodhams St. Plainwell, MI 49080 (269-685-5881).

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Guestbook

I have many great memories of Vi. First that comes to mind is a camping trip to the great sand dunes in Colorado over 20 some years ago. She and I made it to the top of the highest dune it took hours to climb and minutes to run back down. Many good memories. Look forward to seeing her in the resurrection.

Deborah Scott Apr 9 2020 8:58 AM

A long time ago, I was a teenager, Aunt Violet came to our house to visit my mom. She was sad about something, I wasnt privy to what, but what I remember is how amazing she looked. Dressed to kill and with amazing bright red lipstick. She was just striking. I remarked, Aunt Violet, youre beautiful. That has since and always will be the picture of her in my head.

Karen Doyle Homan Apr 7 2020 9:14 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Violet Sisson

Gina & Dion Ihinger Apr 6 2020 6:35 PM