Lillian Bjurman
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Lillian Bjurman
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Lillian’s father grew up in Sweden and came to America at the age of 18.  He joined a 6th grade classroom to learn English.  Lillian’s mom was born in America to parents who emigrated here from Sweden.  This makes Lillian 100% Swedish!  Lil grew up in a farmhouse in Rapid River, MI and was even weighed on a chicken scale as a baby. Lillian has been married to Harold Bjurman for 51 years.  They have 4 children (all girls), 9 grandchildren, and 6 great grandchildren.  Two of her daughters are Nurses, one teaches special education, and one works as a secretary for Rapid River schools. In 1970 Lillian was elected as the Masonville Township clerk, where she worked for 30 years.  She also did daycare for neighborhood children, who still, to this day, call her “Grandma Lillian.”  Lillian was also very active in the Lutheran Church. In her free time, Lillian loves vegetable and flower gardening, and loves birdwatching.  She loves going for walks and even did the Labor Day Mackinac Bridge walk on two separate occasions.  Lillian enjoys keeping in touch with friends and family; she spends a lot of time emailing and visiting on Facebook.
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Lillian’s father grew up in Sweden and came to America at the age of 18.  He joined a 6th  grade classroom to learn English.  Lillian’s mom was born in America to parents who emigrated here from Sweden.  This makes Lillian 100% Swedish!  Lil grew up in a farmhouse in Rapid River, MI and was even weighed on a chicken scale as a baby. Lillian has been married to Harold Bjurman for 51 years.  They have 4 children (all girls), 9 grandchildren, and 6 great grandchildren.  Two of her daughters are Nurses, one teaches special education, and one works as a secretary for Rapid River schools. In 1970 Lillian was elected as the Masonville Township clerk, where she worked for 30 years.  She also did daycare for neighborhood children, who still, to this day, call her “Grandma Lillian.”  Lillian was also very active in the Lutheran Church. In her free time, Lillian loves vegetable and flower gardening, and loves birdwatching.  She loves going for walks and even did the Labor Day Mackinac Bridge walk on two separate occasions.  Lillian enjoys keeping in touch with friends and family; she spends a lot of time emailing and visiting on Facebook.
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