Ryandavid "Yeti" MarihughSeptember 16, 1983 ~ August 28, 2014 (age 30)
Ryandavid "Yeti" Marihugh, 30 of Alanson and formerly of Harbor Springs, died August 28, 2014.
Ryandavid was born on September 16, 1983 in Petoskey, the son of David and Susan (Smith) Marihugh and was raised in Harbor Springs, graduating from Harbor Spring High School in 2002. Ryandavid lovingly received his nickname "Yeti" by his science teacher, Mr. Schanski, because of the size 14 shoes he was already wearing in the 6th Grade.
Following high school, Ryandavid went to work at BC Pizza in Harbor Springs and later became the Store Manager.
On June 13, 2009, Ryandavid married the love of his life, Chrystal Pawlowski, at Stutsmansville Chapel in Harbor Springs and the two made their home in Harbor Springs for a time before moving to Alanson.
Ryandavid enjoyed wrestling, reading comics, and bowling where he was recently elected to serve on the USBC and League Boards. At the age of 18, he became extremely active in the Keryx Prison Ministries and touched the lives of the many inmates he witnessed to.
Ryandavid was a loving and caring man with a contagious positive attitude. Anyone who met him loved him and he could always put a smile on your face. His true wealth was in his generous heart and what an endless wealth he had. He had kindly words for each and died beloved by all who knew him.
Ryandavid is survived by his wife, Chrystal; his parents, Dave and Sue Marihugh; a brother, Timothy (Tesa) Marihugh; a sister, Kim Marihugh; a nephew, Ronnie Marihugh; his maternal grandparents; and by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Floyd and Helen Marihugh; uncles, Gordon and Robert Marihugh; aunt, Diane Smith; and by cousins, Nicole Smith and Ava Simmons.
The family will receive friends on Monday, September 1st from 6-8pm at Stutsmansville Chapel in Harbor Springs and on Tuesday, September 2nd from 9:00am until the time of service at 11:00am. Burial will be in the Lakeview Cemetery in Harbor Springs.
Donations can be made to his wife or to Keryx Prison Ministries.
Arrangements are in the care of the Stone Funeral Home of Petoskey.