Condolence From: Mark Sherman, Grove City, Ohio
Condolence: “A quiet man of strength” I believe I read in the obituary, that is a perfect description of my memories of Mike. He gave me my first break into the electric industry when he hired me at Central Ohio Electric in 1986, something that I will be forever grateful for. His quiet demeanor only strengthened his words. I am very sorry to hear of his passing and I will pray for God’s comfort for his family.
Condolence From: James and Harrison, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Mike was a terrific neighbor, a great father and role model. We will miss talking to him over the backyard fence and pray for a peace that surpasses all understanding for his family and friends.
Condolence From: Harold Evans, westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I LOVE YOU MAN, AND YOU WERE A GOOD FRIEND. WHEN I LOST JEAN YOU TOOK ME UNMDER YOUR WING. I GOING TO MISS YOU BAD AND I'M SO HAPPY TOP HAVE CROSSED YOUR PATH IN LIFE.
Condolence From: Kevin Flynn, Galena, OH
Condolence: I only knew Mike from the past few years as he did some electrical work in his retirement years for me. I just reached out to him a couple weeks back to do some more work, and he made sure to call me back and let me know that he wouldn’t be able to do it. In hindsight, what an unbelievable work ethic and sense of responsibility to call me back under those circumstances. Putting others first to the end. The world needs more like him. So sorry for your loss Beverly.
Condolence From: Jane Eshelman, Westerville North, oh
Condolence: Mike was always so kind, helpful and generous with his time and talent. He fought a long and difficult battle with yet remained faithful and always trusting in God. Mike is at peace now, but will be missed by his many friends and his loving family.
Condolence From: Judy and George Cruz, Port St Lucie, Florida
Condolence: Heaven received a very special angel. We will remember Mike in our prayers and our memories.
Sending Bev and all our family - love, prayers and God's light during this difficult time.
Condolence From: Michael and Carolyn Stumph, Westerville, OH
Condolence: So sorry Beverly and boys about your loving husband and father. We always thought so much of him as a neighbor and such a good man, always friendly and truly will be missed by us as a neighbor and all of us in Parkmoor. God bless each one of you and prayers for such a wonderful person now with God.
Michael and Anita Carolyn Stumph
Condolence From: sandy warman, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Susie, I am so sorry to see this in the paper today. It breaks my heart. Lots of prayers and blessings to you and the boys. May God give you peace and strength.
Condolence From: Tom Ables, Westerville, OH
Condolence: WE are so sorry to hear this bad news.
TOM & SUZY
Condolence From: Gary Salyer, Delaware, OH
Condolence: Sorry to hear of the passing of Mike. He was a member of our Central Ohio Senior Softball program where he played for many
years and developed many friendship. He was a true sportsman and friend to all players. RIP my friend, thoughts and prayers to your family, GAS
Condolence From: Larry Alvaro, Columbus, OH
Condolence: My sincerest and deepest condolences to Mike's wife and family. I had the blessing and opportunity to have played softball with Mike over these past years. He always had a way to present a cheer and smile to your face and always had words of encouragement. That is one of the sadness in playing senior softball in which we lose great friends. I know that I will sadly miss him. May God Bless! Larry A.
Condolence From: Leigh Althauser, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: We are all thinking of you, Rob, and Andrew.
Condolence From: Deb Arn Segner, Marysville, OH
Condolence: They talk about Angels walking amongst us and I have always thought of Mike in that way. Mike was always there for my Dad, Bob Arn, and I knew I could always count on Mike and Bev. Steve and I are so sorry for your family's loss. May God hold you close at this difficult time.
Condolence From: Dave Romeo, Jacksonville, Fl
Condolence: God bless and keep you Mike with Eternal Life. Greatly appreciated the brief times we were together.. Fishing..playing golf and general discussions. You were a true Gentlemans Gentleman. Thank you for your service to our country and protecting our Flag....May God watch over your family and keep them during this trying time. God blessed us in his image and you represented God's Holy Name very well my friend.
From The Book of Psalm "We Glorify God's grace and works for those who need comfort, including when your best friend dies."
Condolence From: Mark Ichrist, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Mike was one of a kind. A great man, and the type of man other men looked up to. I will miss him greatly. I know he is in a better place now.
To his friends and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You all are in my family’s prayers.
Condolence From: James Stickler, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: i am very sorry for your loss
Condolence From: Dave Bergman, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: A sad, sad loss. Mike was the one who got me involved with the American Legion Post 171. For that, I will always be indebted. He will always be the best of the best. Rest in Peace Mike! God Bless You!