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Michael Anthony Granata

Feb 21, 1965 - Nov 1, 2021 (Age 56)

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Sending prayers to all of Mike’s family. Thank you to his precious wife for sharing the truth.
Your story was shared by my brother in Missouri to me. We all agree with you and pray for strength during this difficult time.
My sincere condolences from Phenix City, Alabama! ✝

So sorry for your loss. My condolences to all his loved ones.
Please know that his passing will not be in vain. I admire your true to the north honesty. It could not have been easy to write this and relay his wishes in such a profound way.
He was a kind man and as such, his legacy will bring peace to many. Thank you for allowing us to share his story

My deepest sympathy for your loss. Michael's memory will live on in the hearts and minds of many who were touched by his words of truth. Thank you for sharing your personal experience.

I am reading Michael Granata's Obituary from Vancouver Island, in Canada. Thank you for sharing. He sounds like the kind of person who would be a good husband and father. So sorry for your loss.

Thank you for letting us share your story over and over again.

God bless Michael and his family. grateful for his wisdom.

May he Rest In Peace ❤

Michael's obituary is being relayed across the world. My condolences to the loved one's Michael left behind, his earthly departure will not be in vain.

May Michael's soul rest in Peace. May God comfort you, Susie. Peace and Blessings to you and the family.


Michael's Obituary

Michael “Mike” Anthony Granata February 21, 1965 – November 1, 2021

Michael, a longtime resident of Gilroy, passed away on November 1, 2021.  Never a kinder more gentle man did I know than my husband, Michael.

For those who knew Mike, you know that he was a good and honest man.  He was kind, considerate, and always polite.

Mike was adamant that people know what happened to him that caused his early and unexpected death.  Message from Mike: “Many nurses and non-nursing staff begged me and my wife to get the truth out to the public about the Covid-19 vaccines because the truth of deaths from the vaccine was being hidden within the medical profession. I promised I would get the message out.  So, here is my message: I was afraid of getting the vaccine for fear that I might die. At the insistence of my doctor, I gave in to pressure to get vaccinated.  On August 17th I received the Moderna vaccine and starting feeling ill three days later. I never recovered but continued to get worse. I developed multisystem inflammation and multisystem failure that medical professionals could not stop. My muscles disappeared as if to disintegrate. I was in ICU for several weeks and stabbed with needles up to 24 times a day for those several weeks, while also receiving 6 or 7 IVs at the same time (continuously). It was constant torture that I cannot describe. I was no longer treated as a human with feelings and a life. I was nothing more than a covid vaccine human guinea pig and the doctors excited to participate in my fascinating progression unto death. If you want to know more, please ask my wife.  I wished I would have never gotten vaccinated. If you are not vaccinated, don’t do it unless you are ready to suffer and die.”

Mike did not deserve the pain and suffering he endured.  He was a good man and deserved better.

Mike was born in San Jose, California and moved to Gilroy at age one, where he resided for the last 55 years. 

Mike attended Las Animas Elementary and Gilroy High schools.  He graduated from both San Jose State University and Santa Clara University earning several scholastic degrees.

Mike was an intelligent man but never flaunted it.  Mike chose to clothe himself in humility, kindness and gentleness every day, and preferred to work quietly behind the scenes doing good deeds and expecting nothing in return.

Michael was a licensed professional engineer and the owner of Engineering By Design, Design Engineering and Professional Engineering and Design. For the last 10+ years Michael worked in the Marine industry utilizing his IP for design and engineering that is known and used worldwide.

Michael could be seen twice daily walking his Golden Retriever around the neighborhood or up at Gavilan College for the last 20+ years in his jeans, t-shirt and hat.

Michael was proud to be a gear-head, a true car restoration enthusiast and tinkerer.  

Mike loved spending time with his wife, his dog, his cars and playing the drums as he was quite a gifted musician.

Michael was preceded in death by his brothers Anthony Edward Granata and Salvatore Anthony Granata.

Michael is survived by his wife, Susie Granata of Gilroy, his parents Anthony and Elizabeth Granata of Morgan Hill; his sister Catherine Flowers (John) of Brentwood, CA; Nieces: Heather Trumbull (Christopher), Mindy Peterson (Ryan), Jeannene Brady, and Alyssa Granata, and great nephews and niece: Anthony and Trevor Peterson, and Karlie and Colin Trumbull.




Habing Family Funeral Home, 129 4th Street, Gilroy, CA 95020

Sunday, November 14, 2021, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.



Saint Mary Church, 11 First Street, Gilroy, CA 95020

Monday, November 15, 2021, Rosary: 9:30 a.m., Service: 10:00 a.m.



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