The Heat-Treating Industry Loses Another Good One.
Mervin Mitchell Sirrine, 87, of Bellaire, formerly of Midland, died Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at Brittany Manor. He was born Oct. 30, 1930 in Midland, son of the late Francis and Hannah (Mitchell) Sirrine. On June 28, 1952 he married the former Mildred Campau in Midland. He served seven years with the National Guard. Mr. Sirrine worked for The Dow Chemical Co., Airco, and Penna Flame. He then founded, owned and managed Flame Treating Systems until his retirement in 1995. His son now owns the company. Mr. Sirrine enjoyed living at their home on Intermediate Lake in Bellaire and spending time with family especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mervin was a member of the Church in the Hills in Bellaire.
He will be missed by his two daughters, Debra (David) Cress of Midland, and Lesa (Craig) Ball of Comstock Park; one son, Mark (Marguerite) Sirrine of Raleigh, N.C.; three granddaughters, Marcy (Ball) Harris of Webberville, Jennifer (Sirrine) Lisankis of Boston, Mass. and Allie Sirrine of Washington D.C.; one grandson, Robert (Shreya) Ball of Novi; seven great-grandchildren; sister, Sharon (Richard) Waite of Midland; sisters-in-law, Myrtle (Al) Landosky of Murrieta, Calif., Herbie (Richard) Campau of Midland, Barb (Larry) Sirrine of Midland and Nellie Sirrine of Lakeland, Fla.; and by several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred; brothers, Oakley, Wilford and Larry Sirrine; and sister, Maxine Vaughan.
The heat-treating industry loses another good one.
I miss you, Dad.