Michael Lane Atwood

Carlsbad, New Mexico



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Michael Lane Atwood, 63, was born Oct. 10, 1944, in Iraan, Texas. Mike and his wife, Kay, moved to Carlsbad in 1972, and opened Precision Cycles Inc. After selling the business in 1986, both went on to work and retire from the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. Mike enjoyed the outdoors, particularly...

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Mike, in the Guadalupes, where he was happiest.

I'm so sorry about your lose. I hope the best for you and yours.

Hi Kay,

This is Wes. I just wanted to say hi and I love you. I know that there are not words that will heal or take your pain away. But you are loved!

My uncle Mike was a very big man
A man of character and character was the man

Life was to be enjoyed that's why he chose her
Living their lives together it was beautiful and a blur

Fast and furious their passions were entwined
There is no doubt their love was divine

With my deepest sympathy, our prayers are with you and your family.

Kay, Chris Gordon wrote me of Mike's "passing". It saddened me. I'll be praying for you and your family.

Dear Kay, I am so glad I was able to speak with you the other day. Mike is now with the Lord! What a joyous time they are having there! My prayers are with you. I know how much you will miss him. What a love you two had. Love you!

Many, many people loved Mike which comes as no surprise. Thoughts and feelings have been shared to express that to you, but what is most important is the mark he left on all of our hearts that will be shared with future generations to come. His hugs were like none other, which in fact, has been passed down. I will never forget his pucker for my kiss in Lubbock or the three hugs and kisses I recieved from him in your front yard when we looked for the sprinkler;) Please know you...

Our hearts goes out to you at this time and in the days ahead.

Aunt Kay,
Uncle Mike was a wonderful uncle. I will miss him so much. He was funny, kind, big hearted, smart. I loved the way he made you feel like he missed you when you hadn’t seen him in awhile. He’d give you a big kiss on the cheek and one of those whole-hearted hugs. I will also miss the laughter. His deep laugh and smile were contagious. Everyone knows that when you were around Aunt Kay and Uncle Mike, there was a good time in store.
Also, he was a true, “jack of all...