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Miguel Angel Perez-Lizano

Battle Ground, Washington

Dec 29, 1940 – Oct 20, 2017 (Age 76)

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I love you dad.... !!!!!!!!!!!!

I love you dad... ~Miguel Luis

Thank you to everyone who has written here. All of your words impact me greatly and I am very proud of my father. I love him... Your memories help me feel him more.. thank you....

I was sad to hear of your passing last October and would have loved to be present to share some of your amazing stories with your family and friends.When I think of you, these words come to the forefront, Kind, Compassionate, Driven, Honest, Loving, Friend.
I remember when I first met Miki over the phone, he shared with me stories of local residents suffering from Lyme disease, and asked me to promise to help them. He was my teacher/mentor. He helped me formulate legislation, he...

The best father I could have ever imagined... ~Miguel Luis

This condolence message with flowers were originally sent to HalstednGray on November 2, 2017.

To Jeanne, Elena, and Miguel:
We know you miss him. We miss him too.
Miki was a kind and caring man.
Miki is no longer among us, but he will always be alive in our memories.
Our deepest sympathies to you.
Jim, Joan, and Mark

One of the greatest heroes my family has ever known is Miguel. It has been a true pleasure knowing him and he will never be forgotten. He took terrible illnesses and used them to help others. His experience grew his empathy towards others and he has been cherished by those who are not as strong, because he understood. I had hoped and prayed that he would rally during his final illness but I guess it was not meant to be. We can all strive to follow his example and hope that in our lives...

Miki was a gentle soul with tremendous power. But even more important, he was a great friend to Lyme patients all over the country. I know he talked and counseled many through their diagnosis and treatments--even feeling poorly, he was willing to share his broad knowledge of Lyme with anyone who needed it. He was an investigator by nature and his development of the Kaiser Papers served to open some eyes. Miki's inspiration and contributions abound. We'll miss you, Miki.

Miki & I met through Lyme disease lunch meetings. The group got smaller and eventually it was just him and I meeting for lunch. Most of the time he wanted to go to a Mexican restaurant and it was rare that hed let me pay the bill. At some point Miki started to give me half (or more) of his lunch and tell me to take it home to Todd. With our combined leftovers it ended up to be dinner for Todd & I. The last few years he started asking for the box when he ordered the food, knowing...

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Miguel was born on December 29, 1940 and passed away on Friday, October 20, 2017. Miguel was a resident of Battle Ground, Washington.