My condolences to the family. I was a rookie
at #3 district when I met Joe while he was on the day shift. He also lived in the area I did and I seen him walking many times. Dick Liebner Retired MPD
So sorry to hear of Mr. Michuda's death. I will always remember how kind he was to me and my family. My sympathies to Bill, Jolene and the entire family. firstname.lastname@example.org
I will always remember Uncle Joe (my godfather) as a kind, strong man with a warm smile. So sorry I could not make it to his service. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
I'm Sorry that I missed the service. I'll never forget him and his wife, they were my second parents to me. I was always at there house on 20th St. Hanging out with My friend Bill and he'd come home wearing his impressive uniform. He was my friend's Dad. And a nice Guy. I'm sorry I missed the Service. I just got back in town Saturday and saw it in the paper today. Your parents will be in my prayers. Hello to Bill and Jolene. An old friend Jim Obhof
Thanks for choosing this picture of Joe as it shows that his last years at St. Anne's were happy ones. And I was delighted to read that he made it to DC on one of the honor flights. I remember Joe and Dee regularly attended the reunions of his 2nd Marine Division, in whatever city they were held. When they returned, Dee would give me a full account of the program and the friends that were there. So the honor flight capped off a lifetime of loyalty to Joe's friends in his division. My sympathy to the family and my gratitude for your loving care of my dear friends, Joe and Dee.
Carol Nilles, Cedar Rapids, IA