Marion Cutts

Marion Cutts

Marion A. Cutts of Otsego, MI passed away Friday, August 16, 2013 at her home. Marion was born February 27, 1973 in Grand Rapids, MI the daughter of John and Pamela (Stephenson) Ezeh. Marion enjoyed reading, watching movies, singing and listening to music. She worked for Allegan Co. ISD before becoming an Administrative Assistant for Hopkins Public Schools.

Marion is survived by 2 sons, Jordan Cutts of Otsego and Justin Cutts of Lansing; 2 siblings, Bobby Adams and Joyce Mason both of Grand Rapids; and her grandmother, Joyce Stephenson. She was preceded in death by her mother Pamela Reed.

Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 24, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. at Winkel Funeral Home, Otsego with Pastor Ted Koehl officiating.

Those desiring may make memorial contributions to an educational scholarship fund her sons.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

 

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  1. Sara says:

    Marion was such a wonderful person and great friend. She had a smile that would light up any room and such a gentle heart. She will be truly missed by all. My thoughts go out to the family and friends of dear Marion. May each day get better as the time passes. Remember the good times and cherish them in your heart forever! Rest in peace sweet Marion.

  2. Deb Edwards says:

    I enjoyed working with Marion at Hopkins. She had a wonderful sense of humor and an infectious laugh. I stopped by her office often to give her a hug and of course to give her a hard time. She loved to give me a hard time as well.
    My students loved going past her window to make faces at her because she always make funny faces back at them.
    She will be sadly missed.

  3. Susan Garbarino says:

    Sweet Marion,God bless you and may the good Lord wrap His arms about your boys.

  4. Stephanie Bush says:

    I met Marion and her family through work many years ago. She became an instant friend and we loved to share stories of our boys. I will always remember her laugh and beautiful smile. Rest in peace sweetheart…we will miss you.

  5. Sue Craig says:

    I was deeply saddened to hear about Marion. She was such a fun person! Any time she would come into the lounge to top off her water bottle she would have a big smile on her face. She loved to tease and joke around, and I especially loved her warmth and caring. Like me, Marion was a hugger! She was a beautiful person and Heaven has added a true angel. RIP Marion.

  6. Cheryl-Marie Manson says:

    I met Marion while working in Hopkins. Almost every day, I would make a point to see her and we would laugh to the point of tears. You will be missed, Marion. Love, cm

  7. Katrina Glazier says:

    I was in disbelief when I first heard of Marion’s passing and then my heart ached for her boys. I am so very sorry Jordon and Justin for the loss of your precious Mother. She had an incredible smile and no one could hug better than Marion. I don’t believe she ever met a stranger. Always so kind and thoughtful. I will never forget her…

  8. Greg & Dawn Buist says:

    Marion was a beautiful woman, her smile would light up the room. I always enjoyed talking to her. Marion was especially proud of her sons. Our thoughts and prayers are with Marion, and her sons during these difficult days. May God bless all of you.

  9. Pearl Banks says:

    Marion, I love you and your kids. You are my family. Enjoy your reunion with your mother and with Fellowman. Save a seat for me.

    God Bless You, Pearl

  10. Rene' Leitelt says:

    I am without words to express my grief and heartbreak for the family of this amazingly beautiful soul, taken from us WAY too soon. Mari, you will be missed every day. Heaven gained a beautiful angel when you arrived! May you find peace and shine down on us all of our days. Praying for your family as they try to move forward without your smile to light the days… <3

  11. Hollie Roblyer says:

    Marion was as sweet as they come!
    I loved seeing her weather in the office at Hopkins Admin,or coming into the kitchen to pick up her lunch, she always had a smile or a hug.She especialy loved talkin about her boys and wrestling,she will be deeply missed and I feel very fortunate I had the the chance to get to know her,praying for her boys and family,love and hugs.

  12. Samiya Muhammad says:

    Marion was one of my closest friends. We had so many good times together. I will always remember any award show that was on TV, Marion made a big production out of it,by getting all red-carpet dressed up and she’d lay out a blanket picnic style and celebrate. So many stories. Michelle, Christina and I miss you terrible. May you rest in peace my dear friend.

  13. Tim Pike says:

    I am deeply saddened by the news of Marion’s passing. She was a very special woman. My wife passed away in May of 2009. I was assigned to work in her building the next school year. She consoled me in my grief, giving me the best hugs, asking me about my family. This led to conversations about her boys; I really enjoyed our conversations about our kids and high school football. I also appreciated the warmth in her smiles that she shared through her window as I walked through the hall or her office. I will miss her and remember her fondly.

  14. Kandy Campbell says:

    I am so sorry to have heard about the loss of your mom. I cannot express to two boys and her family enough – my condolences. Marion was such a wonderful, beautiful and outgoing person. I remember her most at the football games, she loved watching her boys play!! She and her family would sometimes sit with my sister and I and oh my goodness, she was so much fun to watch and to listen to – she was all into the games:)!!!. I didn’t know your mom in a deep personal way, but I do know this, that she loved her boys with all her heart and was so proud of you two!!! I pray for you Jordan and Justin and for Marion’s family that Gods hand of healing and comfort will get you through this difficult time.

  15. yvette (ferguson) mayfield says:

    My thoughts n prayers are with all. Marion (we called her Mary) was a special, kind lady. I have many of memories with her and her sister. Simply an Angel..

  16. Jennifer Johnston says:

    Marion had a wonderful sweet personality,and her laughter was infectious. She was kind to all who knew her and was very easy to talk to. She loved her boys and was such a good person. I am so sorry that she is gone.

  17. Kenneth Nelson says:

    When I heard the news today so many thoughts and emotion filled my mind and body once the shock settled away.To her two sons, Jordan and Justin your mom was a wonderful person who was loved and touched by many. May you walk in Laughter, Grace, Respect, Honor, Passion and Joy in her name. The Nelson family thoughts and prayers are with Cutts family, Mason and Adams family.

  18. David Chavez says:

    I was so shocked to hear Marion pass I had gotten to know her at football games her son Jordan played with my son Matthew she had an infectious personality and sense of humor enjoyed her enthusiasm and her love for her boys she was an inspiration to me and my wife Annemarie she would have Matt over for sleepovers and the boys would play football for hours and so I started having the boys come over and play at our house as well my heart goes out to her boys who were the love of her life Jordan and Justin you will be in our prayers

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