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Mike will be missed

When you lose a friend you think, “If I could have only one more day to say something to him and let him know how much he touched me and my family’s life,” and wanting to show or tell his family what he meant to you, but being too choked up to say anything then maybe actions can tell how much a person meant to people he came in contact with.

When we got to the parking lot of the church and saw the utility tree company setting up their trucks for Mike it was one of the most heartfelt impacts one could see knowing what that job and the guys meant to Mike and their way of saying good-bye to him. For Mike’s family they should know Mike made our family smile every time he came around and he will be greatly missed. Forever in our hearts and mind you shall be, Mike.

Hayes and Julie Condon and family



Colfax


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