Michael Gardner

Port St. John, Florida


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Michael Philip Gardner, 47, passed away October 14, 2010. Michael is survived by his loving wife, Shelly; his son and best friend, Drew; his parents, Philip and Gayla Gardner; sister, Shari Sweet; and brother, Mark Gardner. He also leaves behind many youth in the Port St. John community whom he...

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Hi Shelly, I am saddened to learn of Mike's death. My deepest sympathy to You and Drew. Randy Vance is our son, I remember You, Mike and Drew visiting us in Ohio,several years ago. We now reside near Phoenix, AZ. I'm sure Mike will be missed, Take care, Respectfully, Ron Vance

I am very saddened about the loss of Mike. He also was my first Team Chief at the 351st. Mike took me under his wing and taught me how to be the best work-cage technician. He will forever be missed. Thanks for all those wonderful times!! Randy Vance

Hi Shelly, I just accidently discovered this looking for something else. I hope and wish you and your son God speed. From Joe, Cindy, Aaron, and Eric Naputi

Remember Mike from Whiteman. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

I am sorry to hear this kind of news. Mikey was a wonderful and fun person to work with and a tough act to try and follow. To a fellow cageman-it was fun hanging with you. To his family-ours prayers are with you and God bless.

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. It is a loss for the world. Mike was a good man with a tremendous sense of humor...always a smile. The best MMT Cage Man I ever knew. He leaves behind a legacy of his work and friendships. He will be greatly missed. I pray God provide you comfort in your time of sorrow. My deepest sympathy.

Mike was my fist team chief and supervisor. He was the glue that kept our team together and was a true leader. He took us under his wing and was a true friend & mentor. You will be missed, but not forgotten. Thank you for being you and I will miss you. RIP

There has never been a time when I pass by Mikey's house in Sedalia MO when I Don't think of some of the life lessons he gave to me as a young MMT'er like move faster or are you scared of a little heights. Never was able to scale a silo like that guy.

He always made you better each and every time we went to work.

Mikey was an awesome Dude! I was a Missile Maintainer with him in Missouri. He was always smiling...ALWAYS smiling. Although I hadn't seen him in some time, I still remember the profound effect he has had on me an Airman. Shelly, we are deeply sorry for your loss. Mikey...you will be missed. Rest in Peace my Brother.