Louis L. Tarach, Jr. age 85 passed away on August 25, 2020.
Louis was born on August 17, 1935 in Hamtramck, Michigan to his parents, the late Louis L. and Anna (née Buella) Tarach.
He is the loving and devoted father of four children – Joseph Tarach, Melanie Dahlberg, Scott Tarach, Pete (Sherry) Fedolak and the late Angela Tarach-Ritchey; proud grandfather of Ava Tarach, John Dahlberg, Adam Dahlberg, Jason Dahlberg, Xan Ciupka and Megan Fedolak. He is also survived by his son-in-law, Bernie (Vickie) Ritchey.
Louis proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Korean War from August 1952 until August 1955. During his time in the military, he shared many stories of his time as a member of the fastpitch softball team for the Army. He was a pitcher and could dominate the batter at every game which gained him the nickname, “Mr. Zero”. No one could get a hit when Louis was pitching.
Friends may visit the Schrader-Howell Funeral Home, 280 South Main Street, Plymouth on Saturday, August 29, 2020 from 1:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M.
A Funeral Service will begin at the Funeral Home on Saturday at 7:00 P.M.
The Funeral Service will be private for immediate family and by invitation only from the immediate family. Per the order of the Governor of Michigan, the Funeral Service must be kept to a maximum of ten (10) people in attendance. Please refrain from handshaking and embracing family members and one another.
For those who cannot attend and wish to view the Funeral Service in a safe environment, the funeral will be live streamed.
Please be advised that in observance of the Governmental Order from the State of Michigan and the current COVID-19 situation, when in attendance at the visitation and funeral service, we kindly ask for the safety and well-being of the families we serve and for your health, that everyone practice social distancing and consideration for other guests in attendance.
All those who attend the visitation or funeral service are also required by order of the Governor of Michigan to wear a face mask.