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Nolan M. Marrs, 20

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Nolan Michael Marrs, age 20, of Grand Blanc, Michigan, died unexpectedly on July 1.

Nolan was born on Nov. 2, 1993, in Minneapolis, Minn., to Brian Marrs and Kerine Rosencrantz. He graduated from Goodrich High School in Grand Blanc in 2012.

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Nolan loved his summers spent in Hudson with his dad and step-mom Holly (Penman) Marrs. Family was important to him and he had an abundance of them when he came to Hudson. He loved walking along the river looking for arrowheads and agates like his "Grandpa Gordy". He enjoyed the outdoors, riding bikes, target shooting, walking or just appreciating the quiet.

He also loved his time with his Grandma and Grandpa Marrs in Florida riding horses and hunting seashells on the beach. Before his death he was venturing into computer programming and knife smithing.

He was truly loved and will be missed by all.

He was preceded in death by step-grandparents Delores and Gordon Penman; and step-uncles, Jeffrey, Thomas and Gary Penman.

Nolan is survived by his father and step-mother, Brian and Holly (Penman) Marrs; siblings, Seth Marrs, Summer and Savanna Quinn; all of Hudson; his grandparents Michael and Donna Marrs of Bradenton, Fla.; his aunt Michele Marrs of Bradenton, Fla.; aunts and uncles, Mike Marrs of Champlin, Minn.; Chris (Elizabeth) Marrs of Rogers, Minn.; Doug (Kathy) Marrs of New Baltimore, Mich.; his aunts and uncles from the Penman side, Dennis Penman of St. Paul; Linda (Dennis) Smith of Cedarburg, Julie (Jeff Bentoff) Penman of Milwaukee, Mary (Roman) Tuler of Black River Falls, Robin Rose of Hudson, Tim (Jolene) Penman of Hudson, Terry Penman of Seeley, Cindy (Jeff) Jahnke of Minneapolis, Mark Penman of Hudson, Kim Penman of Hudson, Chiyoko Penman of River Falls, and Cindy Ferraro of Seeley; many cousins and other relatives in Michigan.

A celebration of Nolan's life will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 12, at Bethel Lutheran Church - Downtown Campus, Hudson, with Pastor Ben Hilding officiating.

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