Mike, my brother, Seth and I were neighbors when we were young. At the age of 16 Mike was my first boyfriend. He was kind and polite and respectful. When or why we went our seperate ways I don't recall, but I will never forget Mike. To his family, may time and grace heal your sorrow.
I am sorry I missed his death notice in Times Herald May 13. We spent a lot of time together during school at St Stephen, after school and during the summer. We served as altar boys at early Masses at old St Stephen on Erie St. Many fun memories. My condolences to his wife, Sheila, his mother, Marguerite and siblings.
Shelia and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Mick was an awesome guy. I remember all the Bocci Ball games and having to get out the tape measure. They would argue it out. We will keep all of you in our thoughts. Janet(Murphy) and Jeff McCallum. (and girls)
Sincere Condolences to the family especially to Brian and Karen Gavin.
Sincere Condolences to all of Mike's family. We were friends back in the 50's and Mike was always fun to be around and I am sure he will be missed..
Grace and I are so sorry for your loss Sheila. I'll never forget the fun times that Mike & I spent in the Air Force and our reminiscing from the 1960's until now. Mike - the Ni Dan - was one of my best & closest friends who will be really missed.
All our best wishes,
Mike (Go Kyu) & Grace Lutynski
My condolences to the family. Mike was instrumental in getting me hired into Detroit Edison, and was very supportive of my wife Deborah, and our son Michael.
May we continue to honor and respect all the lessons we have learned; acting as living symbols of a loving spirit. You are in our prayers.
So Sorry for your loss, Sheila and Family!
On September 8, 1945, the world became a better place. It will remain a better place because of the wonderful memories Mike has left with us. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mike and his family.
Mike was loved by all. A true Irishman who loved the game of golf. A great guy, with a wonderful sense of humor. Will miss you Mike.
There are so many/too many good/fun memories of our times together. But Sheila, Shawn & Eric please know that I respected and loved your husband/father. Sheila you and Mike always seemed part of our family as it has been almost 40 years. Bob and I still drink out of the toast glasses you both so graciously gave us when we cam from Marriage Encounter as you know how heart broken I was that one of our glasses from our wedding had been broken. You both always have been and will continue to be special friends. With much love and sincere sorrow......Debbie
Mike was a true gentleman. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Rest well our friend.
Steve & Cathy Mcdermott