Stephen Crosson-Curran, age 29, formerly of Iron Mountain-Kingsford, passed away
unexpectedly on Saturday, November 25, 2017 in Ann Arbor.
Justin was born
February 25, 1988, at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital in Iron Mountain. He
attended schools in Kingsford and graduated from Iron Mountain High School. He
was recently seeking to pursue a degree in law.
He was employed by
Pipeliners Local Union 798 and had traveled while working to North Dakota,
Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, and Michigan. Along the road, he was
home wherever he went, opening his arms to all he met, fishing, serenading
friends with his guitar, feeding the hungry, and touching lives of others. He
met Natasha Johnson, the love of his life, in Denver, CO, and they were
inseparable from the start. The two planned to marry and raise a family. Justin
loved animals of all kinds and had a soft heart for rescues. He had an eclectic
taste in music and was a talented guitarist and singer. He was a foodie and an
accomplished chef. Justin was an avid reader; he possessed an insatiable need to
learn, as well as a photographic memory. He was active in yoga, meditation, and
He will be terribly missed by all whose life he touched.
He is survived by his mother, Marcia Crosson (Randy Brault) of Iron Mountain,
and father, Keith and Sarah (Seppi) Curran of Appleton, Wisconsin. Maternal
grandparents are Michael and Charlene Hunt of Kingsford, and paternal
grandfather, Nick Paoletti III, of Menominee; and Vic and Joann Seppi of Iron
Mountain. He leaves four brothers, Alex Crosson of San Francisco, Andrew Crosson
(Brittnee Milbrath) of Vulcan, Andrew and Will Curran of Appleton. He also is
survived by his twin sisters, Kaitlyn and Amber Henderson, both of Milwaukee.
Justin had one niece, Adalynn Crosson of Vulcan. Aunts and uncles include Kevan
and Jessica Curran of Dayton, Ohio; Kandace Curran of Stephenson, Michigan;
Caroline and Keith Graves of Brodhead, Kentucky; Stefanie Hunt of Decatur,
Georgia; and Kim and Hobie Stamper of West Bloomfield, Michigan. He will be
especially missed by his significant other, Natasha Johnson of Ann Arbor. He is
survived by numerous great aunts and uncles, cousins, and friends who loved him
dearly. Justin was an old soul, a dynamic force with a complex mind and loving
He was preceded in death by grandparents, Michael Curran, Rochelle
(White) Paoletti; great grandparents, Leonard and Evelyn Thompson; great
grandmother, Gladys Mullins; and his uncle, Dominick Cianfarani.
Visitation will be observed on Saturday, December 2 from 2:00 until 4:00 PM,
with services at 4:00. Pastor Geri Hamlen will officiate. A light supper will
follow at Trinity United Methodist Church in Iron Mountain.
has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon & Nash Funeral Home of Iron Mountain with the
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