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In Memory of

Michael Skilinski

September 30, 1948 - October 12, 2016

Obituary


Anniston - A Celebration
of Life for Mr. Michael
Joseph Skilinski,
Sr., will be held at 3
p.m., Sunday, October
16, 2016, at Center of
Hope Church in Anniston.
The family will receive
friends one hour
prior at the church.

Mr. Skilinski is survived
by his daughters,
Tiffiney Skilinski and
Patti Skilinski Pope;
sons, Michael Skilinski
II, and Jay Dee Skilinski;
grandchildren, Rikki
Pope, Desirae, Hayley,
Devon, Michael III and
Ashley Skilinski, Lily
Cannon and Leland
Fowler; sister, Veronica
Lee Peterson and brother,
David Skilinski; his
children's mothers, Mary
Ann Clayburn and Darlene
Ann...

Anniston - A Celebration
of Life for Mr. Michael
Joseph Skilinski,
Sr., will be held at 3
p.m., Sunday, October
16, 2016, at Center of
Hope Church in Anniston.
The family will receive
friends one hour
prior at the church.

Mr. Skilinski is survived
by his daughters,
Tiffiney Skilinski and
Patti Skilinski Pope;
sons, Michael Skilinski
II, and Jay Dee Skilinski;
grandchildren, Rikki
Pope, Desirae, Hayley,
Devon, Michael III and
Ashley Skilinski, Lily
Cannon and Leland
Fowler; sister, Veronica
Lee Peterson and brother,
David Skilinski; his
children's mothers, Mary
Ann Clayburn and Darlene
Ann Skilinski; and
several nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in
death by his parents,
Earl Sr. and Maggie Skilinski;
and brothers,
Donny and Johnny Skilinski.

Mr. Skilinski served
his country in the Navy
during the Vietnam War,
and later as a police officer
in Mexico, New
York.

The family would like
to extend special thanks
to his caregiver/niece,
Renae Williams.