Date of Death: May 8, 2023

Service Details

In accordance with family wishes, cremation will be conducted; no services are planned.

Obituary Notice

Toni Marie Wolfe, 74, of Three Rivers, passed away Monday, May 8, 2023 at home surrounded by her loving family.

She was born March 4, 1949 in Flint, the daughter of Tony and Ruby (Henry) Mayer, and graduated from Sturgis High School and beauty school.

Toni worked as a hairstylist in Sturgis for more than 30 years and managed the bowling alley in Sturgis for 20 years, becoming very well known and respected by many in the community.

She enjoyed trips to the casino, bowling, and spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her deep love for her family shone through in everything she did.

Remaining to cherish Toni’s memory are her daughter, Amanda (Will) Adams; grandchildren, Chelsea, Michael, Katie, and Susan Weiss; great-grandchildren, Eastin and Olivia Weiss; brother, John (Dawn) Watson III; nephews, John Watson IV and Robbie Watson.

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  1. So sad you had to leave us Toni. You will be missed. You were love greater by your family. Your daughter, son Will, grandchildren and great grandchildren will always remember and love you.
    You were a love lady and will be greatly missed.

  2. So sorry to hear about Toni’s passing. Lots of memories of the Skating Rink back in our teen years. I have thought about those times of so long ago. And then there was the Bowling alley good times. Toni will be dearly missed.

  3. Toni and I were best friends in school. Went to the skating rink all the time together. Rode bikes, played tennis is the street, chased boys; all the silly stuff kids do – we did it. My heart breaks. Her mom was my mom, my mom was her mom. We were like sisters. She did my hair, we worked at the bowling alley together and I remember when Mandy was born. so many funny, and great memories we made. I will never forget them. We will be friends forever! I love you Toni. May God wrap your hands around her and keep her safe.

  4. Toni and I was the best of friends in high school. We had a lot of laughs and good times. We became friends again when she managed the bowling alley. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. Rest easy good friend..

    • Amanda,
      So very sorry to hear about your mom, I always liked your mom, she was a hell of a nice lady. Sending prayers that GOD may wrap his arms around you and the rest of the family to help you through this.

      Nonnie Snyder

    • Mandi,
      I’m so sorry to hear the sad news. You know your mom will be creating a ruckus in heaven. Her smile and attitude will be appreciated up there. It will be missed here as well. I thought well of her as many have. Good memories and fond thoughts. Know you can call on me any time.

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