Obituary: Cory Padron, 35, of Ludington.

April 19, 2022

Cory Padron

Obituary: Cory Padron, 35, of Ludington.

Cory David Padron, 35, of Ludington, passed away on Saturday, April 16, 2022.  Cory was born on April 9, 1987 in Shelby, the son of Alfonzo G. and Robin Lynn (Nehm) Padron, attended Mason County Central Schools, was the father of Marius Alexander Lee Padron and Livia Marie Weinrick, and the brother of Sindel Padron, Ashley Crooks, and Andrew and America Lopez.  Cory most recently worked for AutoZone in Ludington.

Cory was a very lovable person with a smile that would light up the room when he entered.  He loved spending time fishing for salmon on the Pere Marquette River, hunting around Mason County, listening to his favorite music or playing video games, and was well known for his artistic talents as a tattoo artist.  However, his greatest passion was found in the presence of his kids and his family.

Cory will be greatly missed by his parents Alfonzo G. Padron of Scottville and Robin (Gerardo) Lopez of Ludington; his children Livia Marie Weinrick and Marius Alexander Lee Padron; his grandparents Modesta and Armando Padron of Scottville; his brother and sisters Sindel Alexandra (Jonathan Veliz) Padron, Ashley Lynn Crooks, Andrew Jesus Lopez, and America Rosalina Lopez, all of Ludington; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, and many great friends.

Cory was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Gordon and Mary Lucille Nehm.

A time for friends to gather with Cory’s family will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 23 at Wyman Funeral & Cremation Services, 305 E. State St., Scottville.  Those who wish to remember Cory with a donation are asked to please consider assisting his family with expenses.

You may visit Cory’s memory page at to share a tribute of Cory for his family to read, or to light a candle in his memory.


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