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MICHAEL J. WARGO 1951 - 2013

MICHAEL J. WARGO

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August 06, 2014
To Adele, his loving wife and the Wargo Family - we pass on our condolences at the year date memorial of Michael's passiing. (8/4/'13). It must have been a hard year. Even for us just knowing his presence is gone has still left us heavy hearted at times. It had to harder for you. We sincerely hope your future gets better and you can find joy again. Sincerely, Renee Roman
December 31, 2013
We are so sorry to read about the passing of Michael. It is a shock to see that he had passed in August. He was a good guy , as are all the 'boys' and we are blessed to have come to know them through his brother John. - Terry & Joan Brozick
December 25, 2013
Mike was a very generous, life-loving, and caring person to work with work. He was an inspiration to all people and especially all scienticific professionals who cared about applying science to advance everyone. Good bless Mike.
September 30, 2013
Adele, John, David, and Robert: Mike was a leader; a mentor; a warm, funny, engaging man; brilliant at explaining anything to anyone; an esteemed colleague; and a very good friend. I do miss him.
September 03, 2013
He was a good mentor to me, and a friend. He will be missed.
September 02, 2013
Mike was a great guy. I have many great memories of him at MIT in the 80's. You could always count on Mike to go with you to the Muddy Charles, your party or someone else's. He always kept the conversation lively and I never had to ask him to repeat a darn word no matter how loud the music was. Mike was a HIFI guru. A lot of us would hear him speak the gospel on speakers, amps and turntables. The last time I saw Mike at MIT, he convinced me to go to a party around 4 in the morning while I was walking home along the Charles river. He gave me a ride on his motorcycle to the party and we watched the sun rise. After that I had not seen him for years until I made a visit to NASA to talk about growing some crystals in space. I was meeting with the director and he immediately asked me if I knew Mike. Five minutes later Mike popped in and his trademark voice broke every nano crystal of ice in the room. It was great to see him. I wished our paths had crossed more. He made everything fun! My deepest sympathies go to his family. Know that he had a great impact on us all.
August 25, 2013
Bob and family: Our deepest sympathy at the loss of your brother, Michael. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Joy Richardson & Michael Moore (Former, fellow U. S. Steel Researchers)
August 19, 2013
I only intereacted with Mike at NASA a few times. But each time I remember him as a man of humor, with a big laugh that filled the room, even when we were in a rather dull meeting. I will miss him.
August 14, 2013
I was very sad to hear of Mike's passing. We were good friends in high school and graduated together. He and another friend, Mary Lou Salego were joint valedictorians of our class. I was aware of Mike's association with MIT and also NASA and knew he was very accomplished but had no idea of the extent of his contributions to the world of science! I feel very proud of his determination and hard work and only wish I could have told him that in person. It is wonderful to see how much he was loved and appreciated by people everywhere! I hope to hear more about his crater on the moon. I hope it becomes a reality; he would love that honor! Deepest, heartfelt sympathey to all of Mike's loved ones! He will never be forgotten.
August 12, 2013
I had the good fortune to work with Mike on the NASA LRO mission where he was a strong advocate for science and where he was concerned about radiation effects on future manned missions. I hope Mike's family takes some comfort in knowing that his work will touch all future space explorers. We were all fortunate to cross paths with him.

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