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Bloomfield Blossoms: p. 002-003
Smith, Kay, 1925-

Bloomfield Township Public Library

Bloomfield Blossoms

Case, Homer

Little, Deloris V.

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part of 'Bloomfield Blossoms' by Kay Smith

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With affection and respect, this first book of history of Bloomfield Township is dedicated to HOMER CASE Chief Administrative Officer Born on Wing Lake Road, one half mile north of 14 Mile Road, in one of the few remaining authentic farmhouses, Homer and his family are today the only direct descendents of two pioneer families still living in Bloomfield. His ancestor Leman Case bought land in 1822 and his other ancestor Wilkes Durkee in 1823. Jesse Case and Viola Durkee Case were Homer's grandparents. Homer has been supervisor for the past 13 years and was treasurer for the six years previous to that. He's dedicated to the principles of good and proper management of the Township and the welfare of its citizens. DELORIS V. LITTLE Township Clerk While Deloris wasn't born in Bloomfield, she's adopted it as no one else has. In addition to having been Township Clerk for 20 years she serves on the Board of Trustees and Planning Commission. Seeing to it that residents are well taken care of and their interests protected is Deloris' specialty, a double duty as night meetings follow full workdays. She sums up her efforts to keep Bloomfield the residential community its people have overwhelmingly demonstrated they want:

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