John Penner Obituary, Death – John Penner has been located deceased. Penner was brought into the world by his parents, John and Elizabeth (Hendry) Penner, on March 16, 1928, in the city of Detroit, which is located in the state of Michigan. John was given a discharge from the armed forces with distinction after serving his country in the United States Army and attaining the rank of Captain during that time. Before moving to Michigan State University in 1980, he worked as a physician at the University of Michigan, which is also where he had gotten his medical degree and spent some time practicing medicine in the past.

He moved to Michigan State University from the University of Michigan. Following his accomplishments in that industry, he moved on to pursue a career at Michigan State University, where he eventually became the Chief of the Thrombosis and Hemostasis Division and worked there until he retired. When John was out on Lake Michigan sailing and spending time there, he experienced the greatest sense of calm and fulfillment in his entire life. His wife, Janet Penner, who had passed away previously, was the one who passed away first before he did.

Only his two daughters, Laurie (Mike) George and Kristen (Blair), as well as their three grandchildren, were present when he passed away. His daughters are married to Mike George and Blair Bullard. In the future, arrangements will be made for a memorial ceremony that will be held in honor of the departed individual and will be attended solely by their living immediate family members. In lieu of sending flowers, memorial contributions can be sent in John’s name to the Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan.

Please make checks payable to “The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan.” The donations should be delivered to Camp Bold Eagle, which is located at 1921 West Michigan Avenue in Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197. The zip code for the facility is 48197.