Obituary of Edward L. McNutt
November 15, 1974 - April 13, 2023
Edward L. McNutt. Age 48 of Taylor.
Beloved father of Daryl R. McNutt (Katie McCallum), Madison McNutt and Jacob McNutt. Loving son of Robert E. McNutt and the late Mary Ann McNutt. Dearest brother of Jeff Barsnack and Michaelene (Phil) Sparagowski. Dear uncle of Jeff, Jon, Nikolai and Nadia.
Family Tribute ~
Edward L. McNutt, a loving father and devoted family man, passed away on April 13, 2023, leaving behind memories of love, kindness, and joy. He was born in Wyandotte, MI, to Mary Ann and Robert McNutt, who instilled in him the values of compassion and devotion to family.
Edward was a devoted father to his three children, Daryl, Madison, and Jacob, whom he loved deeply and unconditionally. He took great pleasure in the simple things in life, such as spending time with his family on vacations, fishing as often as he could, and watching his favorite team, the Detroit Red Wings. His infectious smile, warm personality, and kind spirit touched the lives of everyone he met, and his memory will be cherished by all who knew him.
Edward's passing is a great loss to his family and all who knew him. However, they find comfort in the knowledge that he is now at peace in the loving arms of his mother. The family is grateful for the outpouring of love and support they have received and would appreciate any donations in Edward's memory.
Officiant - Pastor Kody Wentzel
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