Michael Schlumpf
1944 - 2021
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Michael Schlumpf
August 13, 1944 - January 3, 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada - Michael Schlumpf, 76
8/13/44 -1/3/21
Beloved Father & Husband was taken by the Lord on Sunday in Las Vegas.
He is survived by his sister; Rosa, Wife; Kathy of 43 years, children; Alena, Anthony, Brian, & Angella, grandchildren; Sydney, Brandon, and many relatives.
He graduated Fife HS in 1962, played Baseball, Basketball & Football. Michael graduated from UW in 1968 with a BA in Mathematics.
He served in the Army National Guard & Reserves for 6 years.
He worked as a Computer Programmer / Analyst for many casinos in Las Vegas, where he lived. He loved Christmas, baseball, cars and his family.
He was fond of years he spent as the President of University of Washington Alumni ~ Las Vegas, he loved watching games with the group.
He had a great sense of humor, strong will to live and really loved life!
He was a wonderful man, had a special soul and will be missed dearly!
A memorial will be held at
1600 S. Palm Mortuary
Las Vegas, NV 89146

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January 13, 2021
I worked with Michael at Boeing in the Engineering Weights Group working on the experimental test airplanes. We traveled extensively flight testing the new model airplanes. Working and traveling on RA001 the first 747 Airplane, the airplane is now one of the main attractions at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. Lots great memories Mike you will be missed.
Donald Stickles
January 11, 2021
Michael will be missed!
Jerry Rosenow
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