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John J. Plona

December 16, 1941- March 26, 2021

  • Obituary

    Plona, John J. of Van Buren Twp. Formerly of Wyandotte. March 26, 2021. Age 79. Beloved father of John E. (Mary Kay) Plona. Dear brother of Rita (Gordon) Gray and the late Elaine Mann. Proud grandfather of Stephanie (Steve) Plona-Siemion, Joshua Plona and Jacob Plona. John proudly served his country in the United States Navy and was a member of the American Legion Post 217.

Visitation

Monday, March 29, 2021
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Heritage Chapel

15748 Fort St., Southgate, MI 48195

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Wake

Monday, March 29, 2021
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Heritage Chapel

15748 Fort St., Southgate, MI 48195

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Instate

Tuesday, March 30, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Resurrection Parish

48755 Warren Rd, Canton, MI 48187

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Funeral Mass

Tuesday, March 30, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Resurrection Parish

48755 Warren Rd, Canton, MI 48187

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Cemetery

Cremation to Immediately Follow

0 Replies to “John J. Plona”

  1. LC

    My Uncle John was the sweetest Uncle he never forgot anyones Birthday and would always send a card with a smile face! He had a huge heart and was funny. He will be greatly missed by his family. We will all miss his smile!!!

    Laura Cochand
  2. JS

    To the family and friends of John J. Plona, please accept our most humble and sincere condolence for the loss of a husband, father, brother, Grandparent and our friend. John was a 1960 Theodore Roosevelt classmate, Committee classmate for our class reunions, a member of the Wyandotte Boys luncheon Club, meeting once a month on the Third Tuesday of every month, a golfing member and player of the WYBOYS versus The Comets (Mt. Carmel’s classmates) and on many occasions was my golfing partner. John loved going out on our golfing outings locally and traveling to Grand Haven just to play several rounds of golf with other classmates. John will always be remembered for his easy-going nature, a twinkle in his eye and his proverbial and infectious smile. In reflection, on behalf of our entire Class of 1960, we bid you farewell and a pleasant trip to heaven. Please reserve some “T” times for the rest of us. John W. Stanowski, Co-Chairman for the 2020 Class Reunion

    John Stanowski
  3. BS

    I knew John since 1976 from Kelsey - Hayes. We both served in the Navy as electricians (at different times). He was a good friend and a decent man. We were gambling buddies on many “Party Animal “ trips and I will truely miss him. Bill Skrent

    Bill Skrent
  4. CB

    Cousin John and I were born the same day and always had very warm and friendly feelings toward him at family functions. He and his mom loved to call me his twin. One of his sisters was a bridesmaid at my wedding. I am currently living near Palm Springs Ca and would live to hear from Rita as we lost contact. My condolences on your loss

    Carol Baryla

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