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December 7, 2017
Mike and I were good friends, we were both at St bonifaces college in late 1950s in Plymouth , Devon. England. He was a prankster but everybody in our class liked him. I send my condolences to his whole family I know he will be sorely missed.
RIP Michael

December 5, 2017
I have had the pleasure of knowing and treating Michael for his injuries for 20 years.

He was one of my favorite patients; a wonderful person, a lover of life, a great wit, someone who made everyone that crossed paths feel special.

I an deeply deeply saddened by his loss and my sincerest condolences go to his family.

I am sorry I only just found out today, a month after his passing.
Micheal you are a great guy. I will miss you.

With deepest sympathies,

Grant Tracy,
Physiotherapist
December 2, 2017
My condolences to the family and friends. May the God of all comfort sustain you during this difficult time
November 21, 2017
He was a fill-in teacher at Narrabeen Boys High in the mid 1970s. There was some buzz amongst the students because he was the "Solo Man", but he turned out to be pleasant, helpful, rather quiet, and with a slightly silly walk. He was not arrogant at all, and rather quiet about his accomplishments.

I am not surprised that he was well-loved, but I was impressed to discover, just then, that he was an Olympian. It is nice that he had a pleasant life.