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November-04-12
Dear Dan,Rick,Jim & Patrick

Our deepest sympathy to you for your untimely loss. We know when the Muldoon boys gather and remember Mickey there will be more smiles than tears and more laughs than sorrows. We are so sorry to hear of Mickey's passing but comforted to know how much of him lives on in his brothers.
August-22-12
Someone called Mickey a person larger than life, perhaps an understatement. I knew Mickey as a young friend in high school and later we shared a house on Randolph Street near the University of Windsor. He embraced,or rather exploded upon life with a passion and humour rarely equalled. As James Joyce might say about life "his heart danced upon her movements like a cork upon a tide." The words in this book I guess are really for the family that is left behind. Just to let you know that he truly made a mark across continents and generations that left a print on many souls. "Why is it that words like these sound dull and cold? Is it because there is no word tender enough to be your name." Fill your sails and lean into the next gale.
August-22-12
To the Muldoon Family:
My most heartfelt condolences go out to you for the loss of Mickey. Loss is perhaps not the correct word and from my experiences with Mick, I know that words mattered a great deal so let me re-phrase that, my deepest sympathy goes out to you all for not being able to have Mick with you in the physical sense any longer and my fondest happiness goes out to all of you for the time that you did have him with you. I was fortunate to have been able to share time and space with Mickey on several occasions and I can say for certain that when he came into a room you sure as hell knew he had arrived and the same is true when he left it. I am hard pressed to think of another that I have met that possessed that sense of presence, the guy carried himself with class and was MORE than able to handle himself in any crowd... he was a great guy to know, it isn't often that people like him come along. I count myself lucky to have known him and offer my most sincere thanks to you all for having shared him with me.
I leave you with a quote from a piece of literature that Mickey was intimately familiar with:
"Rather upsets a man's day a funeral does"
JAMES JOYCE, Ulysses

Rest Well Mickey and keep a lamp lit by the chair for reading.

Willie Beale
August-22-12
So sorry to hear of Micky's passing - I met Micky about 40 years ago when he was teaching at St. Clair College in Windsor. He was bursting with love for life, literature and people. A truly remarkable soul!
August-21-12
Dear Patrick and Muldoon Family,
Please accept our sincere condolences on Mick's sudden passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
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