Morgan Casey Mulinski
December 21, 1983 – July 11, 2019
Morgan Casey Mulinski, age 35, passed away at the University of Michigan hospital in Ann Arbor on July 11, 2019 from complications due to her many health problems she had been battling for the past few years. She was a 2002 graduate of Williamston High School, though she always called Farwell her home, where she spent most of her childhood growing up. She would go on to become a wife, mother and friend to anyone she met. Morgan lived and worked in the Greater Lansing area from the time she was 16 until her health concerns became too much to manage while working. She worked most of that time in the Automotive industry where she met many great Friends and eventually her husband. Morgan loved to hunt, fish and camp. Anything outdoors was a good time to her. She also enjoyed cooking and spending as much time as she could with family. She is survived by her husband, Raymond, their dogs, Spud and Dodger, their cats, Zelda and Betty. She is also survived by her parents, Rodney (Tammy) Roberts, Harrison MI, Michele (Brian) Daughenbaugh, Lansing MI, siblings, William (Nichole) McLachlan, Midland MI, Tiffany (Joshua) Brown, Clare MI, Diana (Timothy) Russell, Jackson MI, Christopher Roberts, Clare MI, Seth Turner, Portland MI, Chelsey Turner, Ashville OH, as well as her grandfather, James LaClear, Williamston MI, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles and many friends. She was preceded in death by her son Skylar, uncle Robert LaClear and both Grandmothers.
Morgan's wishes were to have a celebration of her life instead of a funeral, which will be held at Herrick recreation center in Clare MI on Saturday August 10th. A Memorial service will take place at Brown Corners Church in Clare on Sunday, August 11th at 2 p.m. A potluck dinner will be served for all in the church following. Flowers can be sent to Brown Corners Church, 5540 S Clare Ave, Clare, MI 48617.
Donations in Morgan's memory may be made to Mott Children's Hospital or the Ronald McDonald House.
- Memorial Service Sunday, August 11, 2019