Online Obituaries for the Troy, Royal Oak, Clawson & Shelby Township MI Area

Adrienne Gooch

December 10, 1950 - December 02, 2017

Online Obituaries for Troy, Royal Oak, Clawson & Rochester Hills, Michigan.

Adrienne Gooch, 66, of Rochester Hills, Michigan died December 2, 2017 at Beaumont Hospital in Troy. Adrienne was born December 10, 1950 in Detroit, to Theodore Panaretos and Beatrice Simon (Maiden name: Vlangos).

Adrienne worked for more then 30 years as a pharmaceutical representative for The Harvard Drug Group. She had a love for horses and at an early age she rode at the Birmingham Hunt Club.  That love turned into a great passion for all animals, especially dogs and cats.

Adrienne is survived by her son Greg, her mother Beatrice "Bea” Simon, her father Ted and her siblings Paul (Judy) Panaretos, Angel (Greg) Callewaert and Lisa (Scott) Sarvello.

Adrienne is also survived by her significant other Jeff Avers and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral Information

Friends may visit at Gramer Funeral Home 705 North Main Street (Livernois, between 14 and 15 mile road.) Clawson, Michigan 48017 on Monday, December 4, 2017 from 4 pm until 8 pm with the Trisagion Service at 6 pm.

Handicap parking is located on the north side of the funeral home.  Please call ahead if you would like assistance. (248) 435-9010

The Funeral Service will be held at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church 760 W Wattles Rd, Troy, MI 48098 on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 10 am, instate at 9:30 am. 

Adrienne will be laid to rest at the family graves at White Chapel Memorial Cemetery, Troy, Michigan.

Donations Information

Memorial Donations are appreciated to:

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
760 W Wattles Rd
Troy, MI 48098

Donations Link:

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church 


Visitation:  Gramer Funeral Home

Service:  St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church

Cemetery:  White Chapel Cemetery

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Paul Gramer and his staff were responsible for making my father’s funeral exactly as my mother wanted it. They were attentive to our every need. Their support was a source of great comfort at this difficult time.