Michael-Gardner-Obituary

Michael Max Gardner

Dallas, Texas

1964 - 2016

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GARDNER, Michael Max Born July 7, 1964 in Tampa, FL passed away March 23, 2016 in Dallas, TX. Michael lived in San Francisco and Redland, CA for a time. He was a great Cigar Aficionado and was employed by Nation Star Mortgage Co. He is survived by mother, Audrey Gardner; sister, Tish Bloom,...

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Mike and I were in the same cigar social group in LA. We lost touch when he moved to Texas and I had been trying to track him down and for a while with no luck. Today I tried again and learned of his passing. He was a great guy and we had some great times together. I will miss this big lug something fierce.

I never met Mike personally but we shared many a cigar and/or pipe together through various cigar forums online.

It was Mike who introduced me to Excalibur #1s.

I will miss him dearly.

I never met Mike in person, but I got to know him well online through various cigar forums. I just now found out about his passing. He bought me a box of cigars many years ago and had them shipped to me. He introduced me to Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur #1s.

Rest in peace, "coach"... you will be missed.

I met Mike thru Aggie Cinema. He was so funny and had a great sense of humor! My condolences to his family

Truly a great friend. There's a big hole in the world now that Mike used to fill. He is missed. Best wishes to his family and other friends.

Mike was the center of our community at Texas A&M with his big laugh and big heart. He will certainly be missed. My condolences and well wishes to all his family and friends.

Mike was at the heart of our circle of friends at Texas A&M. There were many, many days that stretched into the night as we all talked about music and movies.
I treasure those memories, and will miss his laughter and kindness.
My condolences to his family and friends.

Mike was one of the first life long friends I made while at A&M. Many of my best memories of school were when Mike was around. I had no idea how important he would become to me when I first saw him. It was always a high point on travels when I got to see him be it in California or Dallas and I will certainly miss him.

I remember Mike fondly from my days at Texas A&M. My deepest sympathies.