In loving memory of

Oscar German
November 17, 1938 - November 17, 2022

German, Mr
Oscar
Muskegon, Michigan

Mr Oscar German, age 84, passed away Thursday, November 17, 2022. He was born in Wesson, Mississippi on November 17, 1938 to Johnnie & Willie Ann (Brown) German, attended Muskegon High School and served his country in the US Marines. Mr German had been employed at Lakey Foundry, the Muskegon Chronicle and the Grand Rapids Press. In his younger days he was a two time Golden Gloves Boxing Champion. Oscar was a member of Mt. Zion Church of God in Christ. He enjoyed softball, bowling, tennis and taking long walks around the Muskegon area. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

SURVIVORS
Son, Ivan Underwood; 3 daughters, Lena Lang (Dwayne Lang), Lakeva Thomas, Elizabeth Jenkins; 5 grandchildren, Courtney Rowe, Aaliyah Lang, Ivana Underwood, Laila Sims, Kannon Sims; 2 sisters, Elizabeth Govan, Lena (RC) Waldington; brother, John German. Oscar was preceded in death by his siblings, Geneva, Willie Mae, Betty Mae, Arlester, John, Willy, Edward, & Howard.

GRAVESIDE SERVICE
Tuesday, November 22, 2022, 12:00 PM at Oakwood Cemetery with Pastor Duane E. Bennett officiating. Please visit www.clockfuneralhome.comto leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.

Tributes

Debra wrote on Nov 21, 2022:

"Duke I will miss seeing your dad waving at me as I came up in the driveway . May God bless you all and keep you made space shine upon you and give you peace. Debra Gay-Terrell . "

Gilberts wrote on Nov 21, 2022:

"Elder Jerry& Jamaesha Gilbert Sr."

Debra wrote on Nov 21, 2022:

"Duke I Will miss your Father wave when I pull up. God bless you 'll"

Emma Vines wrote on Nov 21, 2022:

"May the Lord give comfort to the German family. Prayers for Lena, Ivan, Kathy n family. Great memories of Oscar like an uncle to us. A strong gentle giant. He always had great conversations. Our Father in heaven gives His peace.?"

Minney Milton wrote on Nov 20, 2022:

"My prayers are with Oscar?s family. He was a nice man and very special to me. RIP Oscar."