Michael Joseph Kiehm
1944 - 2019
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Michael J. Kiehm, 74, passed away March 18, 2019 at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Johnston-Willis Hospital. He was married to Vickie Kiehm and they shared over 34 years together. He was born in New Orleans and lived in Richmond for 24 years.

Mike was an Honorary 50 plus year Master Craft Millwright Journeyman and member of Millwrights L.U. 1402 serving the AFL-CIO Industry, and he was a proud Mason. He will be remembered for his work ethic, generosity and individuality.

He is survived by his wife Vickie, children Terence (Tina), Michael II (Lisa), Shelley, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his son Bryant, sister Delyn and parents Walter and Marion Kiehm.

Cremation arrangements by Woody Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy can be made to the American Cancer Society.

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Published in Woody Funeral Home Huguenot Chapel on Mar. 19, 2019.
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March 25, 2019
Mike lived a good life. He was an exceptional craftsman and a generous man. He will be remembered fondly by many.
Gary White
March 24, 2019
Vickie Kiehm
March 19, 2019
As President of Woody Funeral Home, I extend our deepest sympathy from all our staff for your loss. We are committed to providing the utmost care to you at this time and throughout the days to come. Our purpose is to assist and serve you in a manner that exceeds your expectations. We pledge to strive to merit the trust you have reposed in us.
Bernie Henderson
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