August 11, 1938 – October 16, 2012
Sabra Fischer grew up in Glencoe, Illinois and attended Ohio Wesleyan University. She later earned her M.S.W. from Wayne State University in Detroit, owned a private practice in social work and later massage therapy, and raised two children in Harper Woods. She and her partner Sue Grywalski moved to Lexington along Lake Huron in 1994.
Port Huron Times Herald, October 17, 2012
Pomeroy Funeral Home memorial
September 2, 1938 – May 18, 2009
A graduate of Harvard, Carrie Robertson was a community producer on the radio program Face the Music and a beloved member of Flint’s LGBT community. Her friends took her to the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival despite its womyn-born-womyn policy.
Lesbian Connection, September/October 2009
June 13, 1938 – February 24, 1991
Former grocer Anthony Garneau acquired Gigi’s on Detroit’s west side in 1973 and transformed it into one of the city’s most enduring LGBTQ nightspots.
Cruise, March 6, 1991