Myrtle Ann (Corey) Hulsizer, daughter of Herbert and Myrtle (Pecotte) Corey, was born in Stephenson, Michigan on June 18, 1931. She passed away in Huntsville, Alabama on July 1, 2021. She graduated from Stephenson High School in 1949. She attended Northern Michigan University for one semester, then transferred to Wesley Memorial Hospital School of Nursing at Northwestern University in Chicago where she graduated with honors as a registered nurse in March of 1953. She married Loren Hulsizer on April 18, 1953. Together they have two daughters, Lora Ann Snyder and Julie Renee Maxon, 3 grandchildren, Leisl (Snyder) White, Melissa (Maxon) Wells, and Brad Maxon, and 4 great grandchildren.
Ann was employed as a registered nurse at General Rose Memorial Hospital in Denver, Colorado; Circle Terrace Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia; Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan where she was a supervisor of nurses. Ann was also employed in the Head Start Program for 3 years in Iron Mountain, Michigan, and for 14 years in Munising, Michigan. First, she was a teacher, and then she was a nurse teaching parents home health for their children for 16 years.
Ann was a member of the United Methodist Church where she served on numerous committees and formed many lifelong friendships.
Ann and her husband, Loren, enjoyed many fishing trips to Canada as well as 15 years with her parents to O’Sullivan Lake where they caught, cleaned, and ate Walleye for lunch and dinner for 6 days straight. In their later years, they fished at Ramsey Lake in Eastern Ontario with their family and friends.
Ann and her husband made 48 trips to Europe and visited every country. They also visited Thailand and China. They took many river cruises in Europe including the Norwegian Coastal Voyage. They took a cruise to Alaska along with numerous Caribbean cruises after retirement in 1994. They would spend 6 months in Michigan and 6 months in Englewood, Florida. In October 2019, they moved to an assisted living facility in Madison, Alabama, where both of their daughters live. They said at the time that it was the smartest move they ever made.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Menominee County Library in honor of Ann’s love of reading.
A visitation will be held on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at Asbury United Methodist Church in Madison, Alabama, at 10:30 am with the funeral service following at 11:00 am. Arrangements are currently being made for final services and interment at Anderson-Diehm Funeral Home in Stephenson, Michigan. Once arrangements are complete, they can be viewed on their website at https://www.andersondiehm.com/.