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Mark A. Rutter
January 31, 1974 ~ April 2, 2023 (age 49) 49 Years Old
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Mark Allen Rutter, 49, of Findlay, Ohio passed away on Sunday morning, April 2, 2023 at the Bridge Hospice Care Center, Findlay.
Mark was born on January 31, 1974 in Bowling Green, Ohio to Ronald Rutter and Shirley (Wright) Jones. He is survived by his parents, Shirley and Bill Jones of Deshler and Ronald "Poo" and Janelle Rutter of Oregon, Ohio.
He is also survived by two brothers, Chad (Amanda) Rutter and Jason Rutter; nieces, Taylor (Curtis) Baer; Amber Wickard; Maia Rutter (Jacob Flores); Leanna Rutter and Emoree Rutter; great nieces, Elizabeth and Penelope; great nephew, Ethan; and his faithful and special friend, Margarita "Mugsy" Cortez, who was there for him anytime he needed her.
Mark was a 1992 graduate of Patrick Henry High School. At an early age, Mark developed a love for baking and cooking. This may have started when he made great pizzas and subs at the former Marrow's Pizza Pub in Deshler. He also enjoyed working at the Cracker Barrel of Findlay as a cook. His family remembers all of his great birthday cakes and foods at special occasions. They will greatly miss his homemade chocolate covered cherries. Mark enjoyed time with his family, especially taking time with his nieces and his special Aunt Marsha Anderson. They will always remember him for his love and support and his genuine kindness and sense of humor.
He most recently worked at Teijin Automotive Technologies (formerly CSP) of North Baltimore, Ohio and formerly at the Lowe's Distribution Center, Findlay. In his spare time, he was an avid reader, enjoyed playing games and golfing with friends.
Per Mark's wishes, he will be laid to rest in a private family service at Woodlawn Cemetery, Deshler.
The family suggests memorials to Bridge Hospice.
Messages and memories can be left for the family at www.feehanrodenbergerfuneralhome.com