Grief can be so hard during the holidays, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one this holiday season.
I was very sorry to hear about Des Moines' loss. Mike was a good citizen and a gentleman. Roger Duncan
What a beautiful celebration of Mike's life that was held Saturday. Mike touched many lives and many stories were told about him. His friends who spoke did an excellent job, bringing laughter to the occasion more than once. And the songs that were played. Debbie - much love to you.
I was very saddened to hear of Mike's passing. I remember him as a very engaging person who did not know a stranger. He was smart, kind and a person I admired. The special quality that Mike had that will always stand out to me was his consideration of his father-in-law; our father John Hutson. Mike always had time to mow dad's yard, visit with him, and most important to dad, Mike would take him to the casino in Osceola. Dad's eyes sparkled when he talked about him and Mike going there for their “boys' night out”. I often wondered how many people would take the time to go out of their way to pick up their 80 year old father-in-law when they were going out for the evening. That was the kind of guy Mike was; and that is why he will be dearly missed by all.
With heartfelt sympathy; my thoughts and prayers are with you Debbie.
Bryan and I send our heartfelt sympathies to you Deb. Our memories of him from the EAA chapter meetings will live on and continue to make us smile.
We will remember his enthusiasm for life, his quick wit and contagious laugh. Please find peace in knowing he now lives with our Savior in heaven, where I've been told, there are airplanes as far as the eye can see! Safe Travels, Mike. Bryan and Sally Knox