OBITUARY

Carolyn Nawrot Carolyn Ann Nawrot Arp

May 19, 1948March 13, 2010

Carolyn (Nawrot) Arp aged 61 of Grand Rapids went to be with her Lord after a long courageous struggle with Cancer on Saturday, March 13, 2010. She is preceded in death by her father Norman Nawrot, son Shawn McComb and step-father Richard Golczynski. Carolyn will be lovingly remembered by her husband Dennis Arp, step-son Scott Arp, mother Marjorie Golczynski, brothers Daniel (Karen) Nawrot, Jack Nawrot, Charlie Nawrot, David (Laura) Nawrot, Eric (Amy) Nawrot, sister Tammy (Cary) Patton, 5 grandchildren and many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and many many friends. A Memorial Service will be held 3:00 PM Saturday, March 20, 2010 at the Reyers North Valley Chapel 2815 Fuller Ave NE and 3 Mile Rd. Friends and relatives may greet the family from 1PM till the time of service. For those who wish memorials can be made to Faith Hospice. To leave a tribute or memory please log onto www.reyersnorthvalleychapel.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 20, 2010
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Doreen Wade

March 31, 2010

Wow... Carolyn lived such a rich life. Life shouldn't be measured by the years lived, but the people we loved. Carolyn was so loving, accepting and generous to everyone around her. It would be awesome to know how many lives she touched. I know mine is one of them. We will surely miss her.

Karin-Heinz Plouhar

March 22, 2010

I Have a lot of fond memories of Carolyn, she always treated me like family. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. She will never be forgotten.

March 22, 2010

Dear Nawrots;

So sorry to hear about Carolyn's passing. I grew up next door to Carolyn's Mom and I can't imagine having a better family as next door neighbors. Best of thoughts to all of you.

Scott Steinhoff

Heather and Steve Burke

March 21, 2010

There wasn't a time we stopped by that she wasn't smiling, giving hugs and laughing. We truly will miss her!

Kathleen Olson

March 19, 2010

Aunt Marge and Family,
Sorry to hear about Carolyn's passing. You have all been in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to be there. Sending you all a big hug! Love Kathleen Olson (Whitaker)

March 18, 2010

Oh Auntie.....We spent a lot of time together at work & at the "Clothes Doctor" talking to each other, listening to one another, venting about what ever situation was at hand & a lot of LAUGHING!!!! I cherish every moment I had with you, because I thought of you like my second Mom! I Love you & miss you so............much! I look forward to seeing you again in Heaven!

P.S. NOBODY can sew like you do!!

Love always,
Zelpha Smith
Z Girl
Zoom Zoom

March 18, 2010

Dennis ,our thoughts are with you and your family. Carolyn was such a pleasure.
Patti and Laurie ( Grand Valley Health Plan )

Betty Steele

March 18, 2010

So sorry to hear about Carolyn. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

March 17, 2010

Many hours we passed together, Auntie. For every one of them I will remember you always being lighthearted, kind, loving and fiercely loyal to your family and friends. You will be greatly missed by all of us left behind, but we look forward to a great big Auntie hug when we meet again. You set a wonderful example of how to live life fully and lovingly. I am sure you are being welcomed home with words like "Well done, good and faithful servant."
Love, Shari Welch

Valerie McComb

March 17, 2010

Our Grandma C,
She was a wonderful mother-in-law to me, the BEST mother to my Shawn and the most loving grandmother to my Junior. We will always cherish the scrumptious dinners in Muskegon when Shawn Junior was first born and all of the truly vivid Holidays, football parties and Sunday dinners for the entire clan. Her beans and hamhocks are the best! Grandma C also extended her love to my son's friends, the "balonie boys", Josh, R.J., Nick, Zack, Shane and so many others. God Bless. She will be missed by many but never forgotten.