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December 15, 2018

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February 2, 2018
February 1, 2018
rest in peace Mike you were a tough boss but a good boss this is Glenn Wade and you taught me a lot about horses you taught me so much I never want to own one but anyway it was fun
February 1, 2018
Rest in peace Mike this is Glenn Wade I work for you many years ago you were a tough guy to work for but a great guy
December 1, 2017
I was so sorry to read about Mike's passing.

It has been at least 45 years since I last saw Mike. I was one of his students in Middletown at Hidden Hollow Farms. We were a group of young mothers, from Deal and Ocean Township, who loved to ride. He taught us to jump, change leads etc. I started riding at age 5 in Penn. during the summers at camp, but nothing compared to our experience in Middletown. I was the most joyous part of our weeks. Mike was the consummate gentleman. Always encouraging, fun, and patient with us.

My husband and my mother were not too keen on my riding, as we all had minor accidents riding,. After about 6 years riding with Mike, in I had a terrible accident in NYC, and could no longer ride, Mike came to see me in the hospital , and he looked at my husband and said "nothing like this ever happened to her at the stable." just about every bone in my body had been broken. He was right!

Just to let you and your family know, we all admired and loved Mike. I certainly never forgot him. You were so lucky to have him as your husband and father.

May his memory be a Blessing to and for you and your entire family..

Sincerely, Renee Karasic