Harley Corwin Obituary, Death – Both Harley Rose-Diane Corwin, who was 22 years old and from Escanaba, and her unborn child, Jaiden Jayce-Lee, lost away in a manner that was completely unexpectedly. On August 6, 2000, she was welcomed into the world in Escanaba, Michigan, by parents whose names were Nicole Michele Anderson. 2018 marked the year that Harley Rose, a local citizen, received his diploma from the Escanaba Student Success Center. Her studies at Bay College came to a satisfying conclusion, and she is now certified as a Pharmacy Technician at the Level II level.
Prior to beginning work at Lakeview Assisted Living in Gladstone, Harley Rose had experience in a wide range of occupations in the local area. She was the type of traveler who would go on vacations whenever the opportunity arose, even if she hadn’t planned them in advance. For as long as she can remember, Harley Rose has been looking for new ways to give back to the community, and she has spent the last two years serving with Mission of Hope. She was equally enthused about going hunting with her dad and was ecstatic when she successfully shot her first bear.
As a mother who had a profound love for her offspring and did everything in her power to provide for them, Harley Rose placed being a mother at the top of her list of priorities. Her “favorite” aunt, Stephanie (Dave) Westerberg, as well as her “other” aunts and uncles, Randy Anderson, Tony Anderson, Mary Perez, and Cody Robbins, are among those who are able to carry on her legacy after the passing of Harley Rose. Both of her parents are natives of the state of Michigan; Nicole Anderson is from Escanaba, and Jeff Norman (April Ventsam) is from Lathrop.
Her grandfather, Tom Anderson, who passed away on July 14, 2023, was also able to watch his granddaughter become an adult. Jennifer Sigfrids, who was like a sister to her, and her rainbow babies Marvin and Alice Norman, Scott Roberts, Christopher Anderson, and Colton King came before Harley Rose. Prior to that, there was also Jennifer Sigfrids. On Wednesday, July 19, a visitation will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at Crawford Funeral Home, which is located at 302 S. 13th Street in Escanaba. The service will begin at four o’clock, and Pastor Paul Culbertson will preside over it.