Sylvia Lucille Pfromm

Sylvia Lucille Pfromm was born on November 19th, 1940 and died unexpectedly of a heart attack on July 20th, 2018. She was born in Detroit, Michigan to Willard Mordecai and Mildred Isabelle (Lewis) Schenkel, who precede her in death. She leaves behind her children, Carole (Kenneth) Sharrow, Kimberley, and Todd (Jane) Pfromm. Her grandchildren were the light of her life and her memory will live on in the hearts of Michael (Jami), Matthew, Kenneth, Mark, Nicholas (Caroline), Todd Jr., Megan (Christian) and Luke, as well as with her great-grandchildren, Hallie, Lucia, Paul, and Christian. Sylvia worked many jobs throughout her life and retired from Sparks and Sommers Home Improvement where she had been a secretary for 40 years. She found comfort and fellowship with the brothers and sisters of Jehovah’s Witnesses, and spent the later years of her life in the service of Jehovah after being shown her faith by her sister-in-law and best friend, Darlene Nicke. Sylvia loved taking trips, gathering as many of her grandchildren as she could pile into her suburban to caravan off to Florida to visit Disney World, or up north to Harbor Beach to enjoy Michigan’s Great Lakes. The only thing she loved more than packing her camper full of grandchildren was holding babies, and she was fortunate to have held many during her 77 years on this planet, including her own great-grandchildren, whom she adored. A Memorial service will be held Sunday the 29th at 3pm at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses located at 16675 Frazho Rd, Roseville, MI 48066. Miss Lucy, we miss you already.

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  1. When I think of her I see her smile & hear her laugh. She will be greatly missed. She & mom shared everything, laughter, tears, mischief… They are more than friends they are sisters. Hugs to every one of you from May & me.

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss! I know it’s not easy, but hang in there!

  3. Ross Tannahill

    Kim and Todd, So sorry for your loss, it sounds like your Mom was a great parent and grandparent, may she rest in peace.

  4. Not sure I remember who you are. Do I know who you are and could you remind me if I should know who you are thank you Kim

  5. Dennis & Audrey

    We are so sorry for your loss. Sylvia was much loved by all of us and we will always remember her. How thankful we are for Jehovah and the resurrection soon to come!

  6. Amber (Nicke) Judd

    I have many many fond memories of spending time with you growing up. Both at your house and travelling. Although time and distance has separated us, our love of Jehovah keeps us close. I look forward to seeing aunt Sylvia soon, when she awakens from her sleep. Much love and prayers For the family.

  7. Gonna miss my dear sister. Can’t wait until the new world where we will be reunited with our loved ones.

  8. Sorry for your loss Kim….

  9. Carol, Kim, Todd, so sorry to hear of Aunt Sylvia passing. It seems that one hand as the family grows, on the other is grows smaller with each passing year. I will be there on Sunday.

  10. Lisa Witinko (Butler)

    So sorry for your loss!! Thoughts and prayers to the whole family! ????????❤️????????

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