Michael believed he always had something to learn. He dedicated his life to becoming the best son, husband, father, grandfather, neighbour, colleague and friend he could be. However, when I reflected on his life, I realised something. Michael wasn’t just learning – he was teaching us the ingredients for a life well spent.
These are his lessons for us. Family comes first. Michael grew up in Ludlow in a small, close family of four. He loved spending time with his mum, dad and sister. He was a diligent, caring son who supported his family through life’s inevitable trials and tribulations. And, they were there for him when he needed it the most.
Michael taught us that when you put family first, you will be loved, respected and supported your whole life – there’s nothing more beautiful than that. Find true love – and keep it.
I remember the first day Michael saw Helen, she was walking into a London restaurant with a mutual friend and we were sitting together across the room. He asked me who she was. Unusually on this occasion he was shy and modest. It took him weeks to pluck up courage to ask her out. But as we all know, from that first greeting to their last goodbye – Helen was the light of his life. Michael taught us that finding love is half of a good marriage, you have to treasure it to make it whole. Nurture those around you. When Michael and Helen had their children – Sean and Simone – they were ecstatic. Michael was a kind and caring father who believed in his children. He was so proud of them and they were his favourite topic of conversation. His kids respected him in return, they asked for his advice and loved him fiercely. He extended his kindness and caring nature to all of those around him, he truly loved thy neighbour. Michael taught us that when you care for others, you find joy within yourself. Believe in what you do. Even though his departure from our earthly world has left a hole in our lives, we know that Michael is in heaven smiling down on us. We love you Miichael, thank you for everything you taught us and God Bless you.
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