Judith Slotkin

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December 23, 1946 – March 14, 2011

Judith Slotkin of Bloomfield Hills and formerly of Detroit was marketing manager for Show Tech Presentation Systems and later ran her own consulting firm.  A volunteer fundraiser for WTVS-TV, the Music Hall, and Michigan Opera Theater, she was also actively involved in the Jewish Gay Network of Michigan.  Slotkin was survived by her life partner of Anne Adelson.

Between The Lines [online only], March 24, 2011

Lois Yeagley

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September 16, 1950 – November 14, 2010

Longtime Bloomfield Hills resident and advertising executive Lois Anne Yeagley graduated from Marian High School in 1968 and earned her Bachelors and Masters in advertising from Michigan State University in 1972 and 1973.  Yeagley was co-founder in 1999 of the Godmothers, a Metro Detroit social and charitable group.

Between The Lines, December 2, 2010

H. Coleman McGehee

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July 7, 1923 – March 14, 2013

The Rt. Rev. H. Coleman McGehee of Bloomfield Hills served as bishop the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan from 1973 to 1990.  A leading ally of the LGBTQ community for more than four decades, McGehee served on the Advisory Board for the Triangle Foundation and ordained some of the first openly gay priests in the Episcopal Church.

Between The Lines, March 21, 2013

Deborah Ann Mortimer

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January 30, 1939 – September 1, 2016

Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Deborah Ann Mortimer graduated from Grosse Pointe South High School, attended Albion College, and earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Oakland University.  An avid golfer and artist, she taught elementary school from 1974 to 2004.  Mortimer and her life partner of 40 years Liana Holton shared a home in Bloomfield Hills.

Detroit Free Press, September 11, 2016