Chad, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.
— mary e whitaker
Sorry to hear of the passing of Micheal. I hope you are well . We’ll say a prayer for him and for you- RIP Micheal! God Bless You!
Greg and Connie Waters
— Greg Waters
I never thought I would cry a river over an x, but here I am nastalgic over old memories and better times. Thank you mike for being such a good father, and giving me the greatest gift money could never buy. Chad was the best thing that happened to both of us. Rest In Peace my friend
Chad I am very sorry for your loss.
— Todd Wyatt
My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Michael was a great adventurer, amazing outdoorsman and friend of my heart. He was always a straight shooter, though not a hunter. He will be greatly missed.
We went on some incredible camping trips to ancient Native American sites in our college days. I am grateful I got to spend time with him last November.
Chad, please contact me – firstname.lastname@example.org. I have tried to reach you for the last several days, but regret that I do not have your contact information. I wish I could be with the gathering of close friends on January 8th.
I am very sorry that Michael is gone from this earth, but as you say he is no longer in pain and he struggled a long time. I am so glad that Peggy and Lesslie and Sydney and I had a wonderful visit with him in Moab. We hiked into Devil’s Canyon, like we use to do in our college days in SLC. He was a wonderful man and he knew his way through nature like few people I know. I hope Maddy and Eddie are okay for they were his long time allies. Whenever you walk in nature he will be with you. I’m sorry for your loss and know it is deep. Lots of love to you and all of Michael’s friends and family. He is missed.
— Susan Osberg
We have known Michael for 40+ years . We shared countless outdoor activities together from hiking in the desert to skiing the Wasatch, floating rivers in Alaska, etc… We will miss him dearly especially his lust for adventure. Rest in peace my friend.
Roger and Kathie Englund
— Roger Englund
May you find happy trails Michael. I hope you can walk, and perhaps even skip them effortlessly again. It`s been a privilege to know you. I wish I could have given you new legs, but maybe now these darn achilles tendons can sprout wings!
— Ata Morse, LMT
I have some great memories of Mike hanging out after school at Shore’s Dairy Queen and swimming in their pool. I had not seen him for a number of years. Very sorry to hear of his passing. At least he died in Moab!Rest in peace, Scorch. Jeff