Anthony Hutchins

Anthony Lee "Tone, Bones" Hutchins

Sunday, March 28th, 1971 - Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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HUTCHINS, ANTHONY LEE "TONE" "BONES", age 49, of Rosebush passed away Thursday, July 2, 2020.

A Celebration of Tony's Life will take place at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to Envelopes will be available at the Clark Family Funeral Chapel.

Tony was born on March 28, 1971, in Mt. Pleasant, the son of Lee and Judy (Schutt) Hutchins. Tony enjoyed fishing, playing with his numerous nieces and nephews, playing around and in water, and cooking/hosting family and friends. He was passionate about Dungeons and Dragons, serving as the Dungeon Master, with his amazing story telling abilities. Tony will always be remembered as being everyone’s favorite Uncle.

Tony is survived by his father, Lee Hutchins; grandfather, Alvin Schutt; siblings, Craig (Heather) Hutchins, Melody (John) Mills, Lila (Brett) Morell, and Jay (Heather) Kane; a plethora of nieces and nephews; aunts and uncles, Gary and Denise Schutt, Michael (Sandy) Schutt, Jerry (Sandy) Schutt, Jake (Sherri) Hutchins, Mark (Kris) Hutchins, and Doyle Walker; numerous cousins; and many many friends that were all as close as family.

Tony was preceded in death by his mother, Judy; grandparents, Dorothy and Morris Hutchins and Freda Schutt; and brother, Brent Olson.
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Karen Adams-Thompkins

Posted at 09:06pm
Tony was hysterically wonderful as a supervisor. I can say, those are some of my favorite times. Heather, David, Jay and myself develop our own style of within the house. 😊 He was such a wonderfully patient and accepting man, all the time. He will be remembered forever in my heart.

Bill, Janet and Billy Leineke

Posted at 02:46pm
With deepest sympathy
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Donnie Loomis

Posted at 09:02pm
I was so lucky to be Tony's neighbor and baby sitter....We snowmobiled rode bikes and hiked back on the property. Tony was always smiling

Holly B.

Posted at 05:43pm
Anthony Corwin, I knew you through your family, but I sense we are kindred spirits. Your burdens have been lifted. Now you can fly. Megwich. Peace.
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