Michael-Yeager-Obituary

Michael Yeager

Eugene, Oregon

1947-2011

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Michael died on March 26, 2011. It was sudden and unexpected. He was 63.He was born April 8, 1947 in Huntington, W. VA to Chuck and Glennis Yeager.Mick grew up in an Air Force family and lived in many parts of the world. His childhood was full of adventure. From roaming the hills of West-By-God...

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I never met the gentleman, but I do know he came from good stock. His father Chuck was truly one of the greatest men in modern history. RIP

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mike, your Dad is home with you and Mom now. We will miss you all until we stand with time in eternity.

So sorry, and shocked, to hear of Mike's passing. I'd been meaning to get out to see him for some time, but the opportunity never seemed to present itself. Lesson learned... make time for those you care about while you can. I'll miss Mike, but I'll cherish good memories of RC flying, flyfishing (him actually catching fish, me thrashing the water) and visiting him and his family back at Hill AFB many years ago. My sincerest condolences to Linda and the family.

A man with a smile. He is missed. Our deepest sympathies to Linda and the family.

To our family in Oregon -- lots of love from me, Pete, Jake and Amber...Pete always smiles when he thinks of hanging out with Mick on the back deck at the bbq while the 4th of July party was going on in full force out front! And we smile at his marvelous chicken coop! And the great fishing trip he gave to Pete and Jake. We all love you dearly and think of you each day...we will buy a dog a new bed at our animal shelter in Mick's name...he'd like that!

I was so sorry to hear this sad news. As the Desert Footprints yearbook editor I needed a sharp design for the cover of the 1966 edition. Sharon suggested Mickey who graciously agreed to help. It turned out great and the entire yearbook staff appreciated his talent. May your happy memories help you through this sad time.
In sympathy,
Marcia Puyper Garrison, DHS,1966
(Sacramento, CA)

Miss you dad. Wherever we all go, I'll see you when I get there.

Linda, What a wonderful man you married. Someone I would have liked to know. I'm thinking about you every day.

Joyce Webley (Tacoma, WA)