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Katy and Karen, I am deeply saddened by your loss. My cousin Mike had the rare ability to relate to anybody. I always found him to be genuine and kind. I regret the fact that I just found out about his passing three months after the fact. However, this is typical of my isolation from my cousins. There is no excuse for it. The only thing I can do is offer my condolences and heartfelt apology.
If there is anything I can do, please don't hesitate to contact me.
PS: Katy; you were the flower girl at my wedding 37 years ago and we are still going strong; just falling apart physically.
Michael Thompson was the best brother in law i ever had, i loved him qlot, he was a part of my life from i was yqy high, he was my sponsor for my first holy communion, he doted on Katie and Karen , he was a part of my life as long as I can remember.
Im so sad , terrible, taken to soon.
Im devastated by this major loss in ours lives, it will never be the same.
Girls im hear for you always.
My sincere condolences to Karen, Katie and Mike’s entire family. I remember Mike as a young boy when I was dating and married his brother. He was a funny and kind soul then and I’m sure he was as an adult. He was much too young to leave you. My prayers are with all of you at this sad time.
So sorry Katie and Karen to hear about the passing of your dad. He was a really good guy. I love the picture you selected of him.....still looks the same but a little more grayer. I am glad that you had time with him before his passing. Heaven is a happier place now that he is there. Sending you all my love and prayers. Aunt Trish
I remember working with your dad and seeing him at the family reunions. He always had a smile on his face. I am so sorry that he past so young. I know he had it rough these last few years. Thinking of you Katie and your sister Karen
Love to all,
Dean Sarah Walter- Lafferty
Michael was the sweetest cousin ever! He loved to listen to music and always went to Philadelphia Folk Festival. I'll always remember what an easy-going guy he was.
I'll definitely raise a glass or two to his memory. I'm sorry that with this Pandemic we can't all get together. God bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand.
So, so sorry about the loss of your Dad, Katie and Karen. I have such fond memories of my cousin Mike from when we were little. He was my older cousin and I used to be in awe that he owned his own clarinet and would play it for us. This sounds crazy but he also had the full game of Mousetrap set up perfectly and would impress us with the rolling of that marble. Mike was such a sweet, kind soul. Praying that your happy memories will comfort you
Mike and I were friends for 48 years. We worked together all that time. I will miss the trivia games we played at lunch. Nobody could beat us. In August Mike and I shook hands in a promise we would retire together in October. Makes me so sad that he never got to retire. I will miss his complicated lunch orders. God forbid if it was wrong. I’ll miss you buddy. Have a shot for me.