I never worked with Mike but he had a gift of making others feel special. He would never pass me without smiling and saying hi or stopping for a short chat. He would make me feel better for the rest of the day. RIP Mike
Please accept my deepest condolences on the passing of Mike. The last time I saw you was at Mason's in Goodlettsville. I will always remember out days together as motorcycle officers. God bless you Mike. You were a good man and will be missed.
Jim & Stephanie Brown
(Capt. Jim Brown-Retired)
I am Mike’s son-in-law Josh. I didn’t know Mike as well as some but I do know his daughter real well (my wife April). I know that a lot of April’s wonderful traits came from her father. I think Mike’s greatest achievement in his life was raising April into the woman she is today. I have to say I was a little intimidated of Mike in the beginning especially when I asked him if I could marry his daughter but there was something about him that made me want to be around him as much as possible. This isn’t good-by Mike it’s “I’ll see you in the morning.”
I worked with Mike at the Police Dept. and played softball on the Police team with Mike for several years. Ann and I enjoyed our fellowship with Mike for many years. Mike I will miss you.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.