CUTLERVILLE, Mich. — A vigil was held for 2-year-old Noah Jordan in Cutlerville on Saturday night.
Noah disappeared on Sunday, May 1. His body was found in a stream the next day. The police say he got lost.
The candlelight vigil was held in Cutler Park, where family and friends gathered to remember a life gone too soon.
Many people are still heartbroken over the loss of the boy, who we are told was still smiling.
“He was gorgeous,” says Tara Hendee, Noah’s cousin. “He was rambunctious and full of energy. And even though he didn’t talk much, he definitely spoke volumes.”
Tara says an anonymous donor named Susan donated her burial plot to Noah, adding that the family expresses their gratitude for the generous donation.
Many are hoping that a fence will be built around the creek to prevent another tragedy like this.
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