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Obituary – Walter Mark Drewek, Ferndale

By |2018-01-16T15:22:36-05:00December 23rd, 2004|Uncategorized|


Walter Mark Drewek of Ferndale passed Dec. 8, 2004 of a stroke. He was 62. He was a kitchen and bathroom designer for 30 years, according to his partner, Martin Oliver.
In addition to his partner, Drewek is survived by his father, Phil, his brothers Phil, Jim and Gerald, a son, Sean, and two grandchildren, Nathan and Alex.
Oliver reports that, since Drewek passed without a will, Oliver and his mother are about to lose the home that Oliver has shared with Drewek for the past five years.
Donations to help the family can be sent to Martin Oliver at 1347 West Saratoga, Ferndale, MI 48220.

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