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Mrs. Sally Chatters

November 24, 1930 — September 24, 2016

Sally Jean Chatters age 85, passed away at her home in Millington, surrounded by her family on Saturday September 24, 2016. She was born on November 24, 1930, in Flint, Michigan to Forest and Helen (Sears) Zink and was the oldest of six children.

Sally was employed with the Millington Community schools on September 1, 1966 where she worked as head cook. She made many lifelong friends and touched many lives until she retired on June 9, 1993. Sally has been a member of the Millington American Legion Auxiliary for 50 years. She has been an active member of the Millington Baptist Church for several years.

On May 28, 1948, Sally married her beloved husband Arthur “Gene” Chatters in Millington, Michigan. Together Sally and Gene had three children Glen (Kathy) Chatters of Millington; Teresa (Gary Henry of Hope; and Kay Skinner of New Smyma Beach, Florida.

Sally’s special interest and hobbies included raising her family, collecting Elvis memorabilia, sharing stories, going to lunch with her friends, attending church and spending time with her bunny, Oreo.

Left to honor Sally and remember her love are Sally’s two daughters and daughter in law, Teresa (Gary) Henry; Kay Skinner; Kathy Chatters, fourteen grandchildren; Glen (Lynette) Chatters Jr of Clio; Tamie (Scott) Haught of Birch Run, Rachel Mardlin of Pahrump NV; Christine (Mike) Kosha of Vassar; Andrew (Kristie) Chatters of Yepsilanti; Mandy (Blair) Turner of Millington; Carrie (Mike) Maxson of Sanford; Melissa Skinner of Smyma Beach Florida; 23 great-grandchildren: Nicole (Ryan) Goodrich; Bethany Haught (Mike Dunkin); Brandon (Amanda) Haught; Desari Haught; Laci (Ryan) Arrowood; Shelby Buck; Jennifer McGrath (Bobby Ford) Daniel Chatters (Juliah Sherbino); Andrea Chatters; Jack Chatters; Jullian Kulaszewski: Megan Kulaszewki; Dakota Turner; Nevada Turner; Gavin Strom; Cassady Mardlin; Gabrielle Chatters; Abigail Chatters; 9 great-great-grandchildren Tandon; Saige; Lucas; Cole; Waylan; Madelyn; Jayde; Zayne and Tatum. Siblings Patsy (Donald) Mercer; Betty Valentine; Richard (Elaine) Zink; David (Ethel) Zink; Michael (Kay) Zink; and many nieces, nephews other extended family and friends, special family friends Aaron and Gayle Skinner and her beloved kitties and bunny Oreo.

Sally was proceeded in death by her parents Forest and Helen; loving husband Gene; beloved son Glen Arthur Chatters Sr.; great granddaughter Elizabeth Joyce Lynette Chatters and a brother in-law Kenton Valentine. Sally will be remembered as a kind loving caring women. The Chatters family would like to extend our gratitude to all the staff at Covenant Hospice in Saginaw specifically Neema and Missy for their attentiveness and loving care.

The Chatters family will receive friends at the Hanlin Funeral Home on Monday Sept. 26, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and for a brief time on Tuesday from 10:00 am until the services begin. Funeral Services for Sally will be on Tuesday September 27, 2016 at 11:00 am with the burial to follow at the Millington Twp. Cemetery. Pastor Ken Hoard will deliver the funeral message and the committal prayer at the cemetery. Memorial gifts of remembrance if would like to give a gift can be directed to the Tuscola County Humane Society.

HANLIN FUNERAL HOME

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Hanlin Funeral Home

Monday September 26th, 2016

3:00pm - 8:00pm

4823 West Main Street
Millington, MI 48746



Hanlin Funeral Home

Tuesday September 27th, 2016

11:00am - 11:45am

4823 West Main Street
Millington, MI 48746



Millington Township Cemetery

Tuesday September 27th, 2016

11:45pm - 12:00pm


Millington, MI 48746



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