Cindy: Moni and I have just learned of Mike's passing and we are deeply sorry for your loss. I was so pleased that Mike could share his extensive knowledge and experience with my classes here at UT San Antonio. We always recall our wonderful visits with you and Mike when you lived in SA. He will be missed in so many different ways. From all your friends at UTSA, especially us, we send our love to you in this sad time.
I will remember the good times at TMI; and a few others.
One of the good people to remember when I think of long ago.
It was a pleasure to have been associated with Mike during his tenure with the Bureau. He was always a gentleman who willingly shared his insights and wisdom. He loved his calling and it is only through the contributions of selfless, dedicated individuals like Mike Absher that we enjoy the security and freedoms in our country. He leaves a great void. We hope the good Lord will give his family peace and strength during this difficult time.
MIke gave me the biggest break of my career and I will never forget that. It was an honor to know him and an honor to have worked for him. He was a true professional.
Cindy, we are in Anchorage awaiting arrival of grandchild. Our heartfelt condolences to you. May the Lord fold His arms around you and keep you during this most difficult time. Lots of love from Maria and Don Austin
Our Deepest Sympathy To You Cindy...
Betty & Bud
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
What a wonderful human being. He will be greatly missed.
Mike, you were one of my best friends when we grew up together in Olmos Park. Although both of us have unsuccessfully tried to see each other several times since you and I retired, it looked like we would again visit in person in two weeks. Shucks, now we will have to wait a bit longer, until I join you in the Great Beyond. It has been privilege to have known you, Mike. Rest in Peace.
Your dignity and professionalism meant so much to us all on the Board in the San Antonio World Affairs Council. Thank you for being our friend.
He was a fine man and citizen; people in all of his various "communities" will feel the loss of this gentleman of the World.
What a privilege it has been to know Mike Absher for these past 18 years. He was a person of so many talents. His incredible kindness, intelligence, and integrity were admired by all who knew him. It was an honor to be his friend. He will be missed.
It was an honor to know such a wonderful man. George and I have had such good times with Michael and Cindy and were looking forward to more special times in Coral Gables. He will be missed by all that knew him. Our prayers go out to Cindy and family during this difficult time.
I am thankful to have known Mr. Absher over the years. He was always very interesting and joking with us with his wry sense of humor. Mrs. Absher, I'm very sorry for your loss, no words can fill the emptiness for such a man. At work, my two favorite things to remember about Mr. Absher was his donating a shoe horn to assist patients with putting their shoes back on after weighing and his "pocket rolodex". If you needed a name or number for anyone, he could find it in his pocket of cards. On another note, I have a beautiful piece of artwork I was given as a wedding present which will have more meaning than before. My prayers are with you all.
Goodbye, dear friend. We will miss you at Mass.