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went home to be with the Lord on June 1, 2019. He is preceded in death by his father, Fredrick Douglas. Michael is survived by his beloved wife, Kellye Douglas; loving mother, Felicia Edwards; cherished children, Michael Anthony Douglas Jr., Erika Marrisa Douglas, Adam Michael Douglas; loving...

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I was so saddened to learn of Michael's passing. I met Michael when we played tennis together at Walsh university with my sister Paula and me. We crossed paths again recently in a very stressful time in my life where he was a tremendous help. He always told me about his wonderful family and how much he loved you all. I have always known Michael to be a man of integrity and honesty. I know your hearts must be breaking right now. Please know that I am praying for Michael and all of you....

Hi my name is Chloe Ervin. Mr. Douglas was such a wonderful person. He helped me for the past two years with my son at Elmwood Elementary school. I just found out from my sons counselor. I'm so so sorry and if there is anything you guys need please reach out. 7407512560

Dear Kellye and the whole Douglas family,

What a beautiful service for a beautiful man. Thank you for sharing Michael with us. He touched so many hearts in so many ways. I had many wonderful conversations with Michael on many different subjects. He was a man's man. I will always remember him for his character, his willingness to take on tough assignments (like West Geauga), his sense of humor and his Wonderful "style" in all that he did. Michael had lessons for us all....

Michael was the most amazing man. I have worked with him for over 12 years. He inspired me and helped me inspire others. Plus he told good stories and had a great sense of humor! He will be missed. Michael was a magic person in this ordinary place.
Robin Pease, Cleveland Heights

I worked with Michael several years ago. His gentle spirit paired with his integrity and guidance impacted all who had the opportunity to meet him. He was a wonderful man who will be greatly missed.
Beth McNicholas

To the Douglas Family ~

I had the wonderful, blessed and distinct honor of meeting Michael when I was the superintendent of the North Canton City Schools. Michael engaged with our high school leadership team on two major projects that dealt with school culture. His amazing skills of wisdom and discernment as he listened and processed the participants were true blessings to all of us. He left a lasting impression on each and every one of us. I send a big hug, prayerful support...

I'm am so sorry for your loss. Mike you and your family are in my prayers.

Mike will forever be in our hearts and our memories. Kellye we will continue to lift prayers of strength and comfort up for you and the rest of the family. Although a cousin, we looked at him as another brother. Peace and Love to you.❣❣

To the Douglas Family,We will be out of town, so wish I could be there. Michael and I worked together on projects at Walsh University. Michael had great passion for improving diversity in all of the groups he worked with. He was a skilled facilitator and communicator, and an overall good person, he make it easy to work on diversity initiatives. I will miss his occasional texts about a shared interest on the Cleveland Indians and his way of doing his check-ins. He cared about others, he always...