Obituary from Midland Daily News, as published online through ourmidland.com, retrieved 7 Apr 2007:
Stanley Inman, 81, of Midland, died unexpectedly Wednesday, April 4, 2007, at the MidMichigan Medical Center from an apparent heart condition.
He was born on April 13, 1925, in Midland, son of the late Charles and Francis (Latoski) Inman. He attended Midland schools. Stan served with the U.S. Army during World War II, serving in the Philippines and the Asiatic Theatre. He married the former Jennie M. Church on June 18, 1948, in Midland. She died on March 29, 1980. Stan then married Marilyn Church on Aug. 22, 1980, in Midland. He had worked at The Dow Chemical Co. for 35 years as an operator, retiring in 1980. He loved to fish, hunt (especially going to deer camp), spending time with his family and going to the casino. He was a life member of the Midland V.F. W. Post #3651. Stan was eagerly awaiting the "Loons" home opening day game, which would have been on his birthday. He considered himself their largest fan. "Go Loons Go".
He is survived by his wife Marilyn; three sons, Larry (Sharon) Inman, Vince (Bobbi) Inman, all of Midland, and Eric Inman at home; two daughters, Fran (Ray) Johnson of Sanford, and Janet (Albert) Provost of Midland; two brothers, Clarence (Gladys) Inman of Auburn and Joe Inman of Sanford; one sister, Edna Cobb of Midland; 19 grandchildren; and 31 great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents and first wife Jennie, he was predeceased by one son, Tom; one infant daughter; four brothers, Teddy, Walt, Pete and Vincent; and by four sisters, Sophie, Leona, Frances and Dorothy.
Graveside services will take place at 11 a.m. Monday, April 9, 2007, at Midland City Cemetery, Section E. Pastor Fred Becknell of the Midland Missionary Church will officiate.
Stan's family will receive friends at the cemetery on Monday from 10:30 a.m. until time of service. Full military honors will be presented by the Midland County Veterans.
Family and friends are all cordially invited to attend a celebration of Stan's life at the Sanford Eagles immediately following the graveside service.
Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Midland County Cancer Services.
Published in the Midland Daily News from 4/5/2007 - 4/7/2007.
2278. Eric Justin Inman
Obituary (Retrieved from website of Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral Directors, Midland Michigan)
Eric Justin Inman, 38 of Midland, died Thursday morning, May 14, 2020 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born March 15, 1982 in Midland, son of Marilyn (Church) Inman and the late Stanley Inman. Eric grew up in Midland and attended Bullock Creek Schools.
He worked in construction for most of his life and was employed by GEI, Sturdibuilt, and for the last ten years he worked with RCL.
Eric would make time for everyone, even when you just met. He had a way of making anyone feel like they were number one in his life. Eric always put family and friends first and those that knew him the best, got to call him OOG.
He loved being outdoors and especially enjoyed hunting, fishing, quads, and sitting by a campfire he built in his own special way. Eric loved being with people, and his weekend camping trips with the pound town group were always legendary.
In addition to his mother Marilyn, Eric is survived by his brothers, Larry (Sharon) Inman and Vince (Connie Popcocke) Inman, sisters, Fran (Ray) Johnson and Janet Provost. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and many brothers from another mother. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his brother, Tom Inman.
Cremation has taken place and he will be inurned with his father at Midland City Cemetery. A Celebration of Erics life will take place in the summer and will be announced at a later date. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider Central Park Miracle Field Fund.
Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral Directors, Midland. Erics family would like to give a special thank you to Vinnie Inman and Josh Church for their many acts of love and care during Erics illness.