Mike and I became friends on a job in Corpus Christi. I have had to work with different Company Men everyday while in the oilfield. Mike was one of those few individuals that I hold a lot of respect for and I was proud to call him a friend. He was the type of Man that stood up for what he believed in and didn't back down. Just that short time working with him made me a better person. You will remember even as a child, you had a mentor or teacher that you would never forget, Mike was one of those people we run across in life and never forget. I will miss his e-mails, and I regret not being able to make the trip to visit ya'll during the Bluebonnet season last spring. But I still have the pictures that he sent me last year and when we pass thru the Hill Country this year, his memory will make the view even more enjoyable. Our prayers are with you, God bless.
Rick & Dee Hackworth
I am so sorry. I had no idea. It was always good to hear from Mike, I guess a "Republican!", send me his interesting emails. Thank you for the photos. We played football together for a couple of years. May God bless you all.
I knew Mike a short time from working with him in Alaska. We kept in touch and I will tell you he was one of kind. I am sorry for you lose as well as mine. May God bless you all. Steve Farnes
Suzan, Lauren, and I were truly saddened today to learn about the passing of Mike. His infectious smile and embracing personality will be missed by the entire community. If you need anything at all, please let us know. I know his canine "posse" will miss him as well. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
2623 Wilderness Way
Gay: I am so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. You and Mike were the perfect couple. I know he adored you. You allowed Mike to live his dreams and enjoy life to the fullest. I pray your grief will pass soon and you will be able to find peace and comfort in all the great memories of your time together. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you.