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ARWIN EDWARD BREMMER

Arwin Edward Bremmer, age 89, of Cedar Springs passed away Friday evening, December 28, 2018 from the results of a stroke. Arwin and Nancy (his wife of 68 years) are together again and at peace. Ed lived his whole life in Cedar Springs, except for the time he spent as a Corporal in the Army. He was part of the Medical Corp in southern Germany. While there Ed purchased the first of his many cameras. He became an avid photographer taking thousands of pictures of people and events. He particularly enjoyed photographing wild flowers on Drummond Island with his wife Nancy along. He loved everything about the outdoors, especially all the creatures of the woods. His knack for taming wild animals and birds was wonderful. He had a mischievous sense of humor and was fiercely competitive being a great athlete in his youth. Ed was an excellent debater often playing the devil’s advocate. His conversations and presence will be sorely missed by his family. Surviving are his children, Tim (Karen) Bremmer, Dean Bremmer, Molly (Jeffrey) Bayuk; grandchildren, Lisa (Bobby) Jackson, Ethan Bremmer, Bryan (Jennifer) Bremmer, Hillary Pierson, Benjamin Bayuk, and Spencer Bayuk; great-grandchildren, Kyle and Taylor Jackson; brothers, Rex (Kathy) Bremmer, and Arden (Denise) Bremmer; in-laws, Shirley Gumina, Fred (Carolee) Gunnell, John (Mayda) Gunnell, Camilla (John) Teusink; many nieces and nephews. The family greeted friends Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at the Bliss-Witters & Pike Funeral Home, Cedar Springs. Interment Elmwood Cemetery, Cedar Springs. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.

Arrangements by Bliss-Witters & Pike Funeral Home, Cedar Springs

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