Charlotte Sheldon, 82

Sheldon, Charlotte A.; of Lake Orion; age 82; June 26, 2016.  Charlotte is the beloved wife of the late Harold Sr.; loving mother of Harold Jr. (Cindy) and the late Lou Anne; grandmother of Harold III (Andrea Knott) and Justin and Brandon Songalewski; and great grandmother of Chloe.  Funeral services will be held on Friday, […]

Robert J. Jenkins, 83

Robert J. Jenkins; of Lake Orion; age 83; passed away June 16, 2016. Robert is the beloved husband of Nancy; loving father of Laurie (Wayne) Amedure, Karen McKenna and Amy (Bob) Early; and dear grandfather of Bill, Bob, Angie, Megan and Sabrina. He is also survived by his brothers, Jerry and Lloyd Jenkins; sisters in […]

Rose Marie Storm, 73

Rose Marie Storm, 73, of Caseville and formerly of Lake Orion, died Monday, June 20, 2016 at her home under hospice care. Rose was born August 10, 1942 in Pontiac to Gertrude (DeGroot) and the late Walter Cudnohufsky. She graduated from Lake Orion High School in 1960. She married Leon “Bud” Storm on January 26, […]

Mabel McCarty, 95

Mabel McCarty, age 95 of Lake Orion, passed away on June 15, 2016. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Raymond McCarty in 1999, as well as by 2 grandchildren, Eric McCarty and Carra McCarty. Mabel is survived by her loving children James (Teresita) McCarty, Deanna (William) Vernagus and David McCarty; grandchildren: Julianne […]

Boaters need to follow rules

I have been a Lake Orion lake shore resident and boater for over 50 years. Also, I have a good view of the lake from my easy chair. At night I have observed an increasing number of boats which do not have all of the required navigational lights visible, particularly the white stern lights which […]

Enough is enough

Let’s get these assault weapons off the street, except for law enforcement and military. Obama and Democrats have been trying for years to get them off the streets, but the G.O.P. leadership has blocked it. The blood of victims is on their hands. The G.O.P. works for the voters, not the N.R.A. I owe them […]

Resident encourages others to get involved

I receive daily three news papers to track what our elected representatives are doing to pay for their salaries. The Orion Review adds transparency to our local Township dealings. However, the Supervisor, Treasurer, and Clerk as well as our illegal acting Attorney, have a long way to go as to their promises to provide the […]

When is a duck a duck?

In last week’s issue of The Lake Orion Review we were treated to the annual Lake Orion High School Graduation insert. It is an opportunity to scan graduation pictures of offspring and friends. In addition to the formal pictures there are pictures of various students at the commencement ceremony all of course with hearty smiles. […]

Pucker up Olivia

Pucker up  Olivia

Developmental Kindergarten teacher Jackie Puuri of Blanche Sims Elementary had an interesting last week of school. She was one of three teachers voted to kiss Olivia the Pig after Olivia nibbled on a treat to calm the pig’s nerves. Puuri was not nervous, however, as she took on the challenge to raise money for the […]

$35 million roundabout project explained to concerned citizens

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer The long-awaited changes are coming to Baldwin Rd. On Wednesday, June 15 the Road Commission of Oakland County (RCOC) hosted the latest in a series of informational meetings open to the public detailing the changes coming to Baldwin Road next year. Laid out on long tables inside Waldon Middle […]