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On September 9, 2017, Michael John Haendiges died with his wife Donna by his side and is now with his heavenly Father.
Mike is survived by his wife Donna and their six children; Jayme (Chris), Rochelle (Greg), Tim (Heather), Joshua, Sasha, and Eden, his brother Art and 13 grandchildren.
His suffering has come to an end and he will always be remembered for the love he shared with his wife and his famous saying "Everyday I'm married to Donna, I fall more and more in love with her." Mike's love for his family and extended family was limitless, he loved his family more than words could ever express and showed this love by working hard every day of his life and setting an incredible example for every single person who knew him. His love and faith in Jesus was unparalleled and he reflected this love in the way he lived his life.
Mike loved to teach and share all of his knowledge with everyone he met including his special love for all things Sci-Fi, comic books and superheros. After all he was a superhero to everyone that loved him. He always said that if he could have any super power it would be to fly. Well today Mike our husband, dad and superhero you get your wish take flight with our heavenly father and know you will always be remembered we love you and will forever miss you. Semper FI.
Although Mike battled for years with Alzheimer's which slowly hid his memories from him we always have and always will remember for him and will always share the love, laughs, hugs, tears we have shared with him. So In lieu of flowers, please donate to the (Alz.org) in his name.
Private cremation is under the direction of Brown Funeral Home & Crematory in Lecanto, FL. A memorial service will be held Saturday September 23, 2017 at 10 am at Solid Rock Church, 972 N. Christy Way, Inverness, FL.
Published in Citrus County Chronicle on Sept. 17, 2017
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