Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Aunt Ceil, Karen and Michael,
My heart is sad to hear of the loss of my beloved Uncle Mike. But, I seek solace in knowing that when he reached the Heavenly Kingdom, Bill was waiting with open arms (and a cold Bud Light). And while I grieve for your loss, I seek comfort in the fact that Uncle Mike will forever be at peace.

I have so many fond memories of Uncle Mike. I remember how he was always busy doing things; never keeping idle. He taught us how to play cards. I remember the day that my dad needed to be taken by ambulance to the hospital and Uncle Mike was on call. He could see that I was afraid and he gave me a hug and whispered in my ear that he would take care of my dad. And he did. They were more like brothers than friends. They shared a lifelong friendship that served as an example to us all. Uncle Mike was a quiet, loving and very funny guy. Growing up I really didn't realize that we were not blood related. We (the Hunt's) are honored to have had such a wonderful Uncle in our lives. We will miss you Uncle Mike, but we know that you are at rest.

You will be forever in our hearts,

Love,
Margaret

Posted by Margaret Hunt Wagner - New Baltimore, MI - Niece   May 22, 2014

Dear Cecil and Family.
We have known you for a short time (4yrs) through St. Isidore Senior Club and an instant wonderful friendship began,We will truly miss such a wonderful person.
Our sincere condolence to the family.May you rest in Peace Michael.
Fondly,
Richard and Patricia Johnson

Posted by Richard & Patricia Johnson - Macomb twp, MI - dear friends   May 21, 2014