Ygnacio Miguel "Mike" Calderon

Vancouver, Washington

1936 - 2021


Vancouver, Washington


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YGNACIO “MIKE” MIGUEL CALDERON February 1, 1936 ˜ February 4, 2021 Ygnacio “Mike” Miguel Calderon was born Feb. 1, 1936, in Austin, TX, passed away Feb. 4, 2021, from the Coronavirus, two days after his 85th birthday. Mike was a man of tremendous faith and family. After high school,...

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Joanne and Family thinking of you, sending prayers for a peaceful time.
Tom and Cindy Sutton

Our beloved friend Mike will be remembered for his kindness, generosity, his charitable and compassionate heart. We treasure the many memories organizing fundraising events and festivals, music and laughter, gatherings and delicious meals at his beautiful home. He shared his bountiful garden, resources and ideas. I will miss him forever and I will miss his beautiful smile!! May God bring comfort and peace to Ruth and his family. God is embracing him as his dearly and loved son.

I send my deepest condolences to the Caldaron family during this difficult time. The Hispanic community was lucky to have an advocate like Mike. My parent's Alfonso & Felix Espinoza were part of first Hispanics to join St. John's to have someone like Mike who was bilingual was something that they appreciated very much. Mike was a person who helped everyone with a smile. He loved his community. You will be missed and your legacy will forever live on.
RIP Mike

Araceli y...

Mike was one of the nicest people I've had the pleasure to know. My Grandma Anne and I would always love seeing him when we would come to mass. I got to know Mike when I worked with him at WHO. He was a great leader and a great role model. When I would come to mass by myself after my Grandmother when to a memory care facility he would always ask me how she was doing. God called another angel to join him in heaven when Mike left us. Thank you for sharing him ♡

I am so sorry for your loss. You and Mike lived a true love story. Although I was just your Food Safety Inspector (Inspectora de alimentos) I certainly enjoyed visiting with you and meeting Mike while I inspected BBQs and Luncheons. I only met Mike once but I never forgot him!! What a great guy. As they say...a life well lived! Cherish all the memories and know you will see him again. Aloha Hui Hou. ( Farewell until we all meet again ) I live in Hawaii now. Hawaiian is way more difficult than...

Mike, what a role model he was for all of us. Mike was one of a kind, inspiring, a true leader, organizer, welcoming, always ready to help regardless of what was needed. He was one of the special people that always had a special glow about him. He was hard to say no to because he never said no to anyone.

Rest in peace Mike, we will never forget you. To Ruth and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Flor & Laura Fernandez

I'll always remember how lovely and kind he was to my mother. He was the first face we saw when attending mass. He always made sure my mom was seated,in her wheel chair, in a good spot to see the mass. Just a few simple little words from him always made people feel welcomed and comfortable. And he also could answer all your questions. A very good man, gone too soon.

I am so sorry for your loss and you and your family are in my prayers. These are hard times and you need support which I know your family is giving you. I do have a couple of suggestions , having been and still going through the process. A grief support group is so helpful and I highly recommend it. Also, the first year your mind is in a fog (even though you don't think so at the time). Try not to make big decisions during that time. My phone # is 360-892-8796 if you want a listening...

Mike is our Son in Laws Dad.. We met but a few years back. He was very kind and loving man. We both feel blessed to have had him in our lives. He loved his family so much, and our two beautiful granddaughters Kailyn and Libby. Very involved in family, which is what life is all about. He will be missed by all whose lives he touched. May you Rest In Peace Mike, and we will see you on the other side..