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March 28, 1975 - August 20, 2022

Age 47, passed away on August 20, 2022. He was born in San Clemente, CA, the son of Robert P. Standish II and Tammy L. (Shannon) VanderMolen. Justin was the much celebrated first grandchild on both sides of the family. Growing up he enjoyed sports, playing ball and ice skating. He attended Lawrence High School and would make Southwest Michigan his home. He met and married Teresa Torres of Three Rivers. Justin was a loving son, father and brother who will be missed by those who knew him. He is survived by his parents and step-father, Ron VanderMolen; five children, Tylor (Nick) Kovac, Brian (Meri) Seeley, Zaire “Ziggy” Standish, Sabian Standish, Matthew Sabin; grandchildren, Aiden and Lincoln Kovac, Richard and Hunter Seeley; two siblings, Adam J. Martin and Bret Standish; several step siblings and friends. In accordance with his wish cremation will take place and private family services will be held. Memorial contributions may be made to charity of one’s choice, c/o the funeral home. “Loved by many, hated by few, respected by all.”

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I see the sorrow you leave behind with the unexpectedness of your giant leap towards peace. I pray your family finds comfort with God's help and you can feel the love of your being missed. Aunt Robin

Posted by Aunt Robin on August 31, 2022

Gone to soon and will not be forgotten. We will see each other again someday ❤️.. Your friend, Laura

Posted by Laura Awe on August 26, 2022

I release you to the One who gave you to me. His peace passes understanding and God's perfect peace is now yours. I will someday join you where sorrow is no more and we will praise our Creator, Savior and Lover of our souls together throughout eternity. Until that day my son I will cherish the earthly memories I have of you. Loved forever and never to be forgotten. Mom

Posted by Tammy VanderMolen on August 25, 2022