(and his hurt finger when fishing)
March 18, 19?? - February 6, 2002
Our deepest prayers, sympathies and love to Sandy and Mick's family. There simply are not words enough to describe the shock, this loss or how much we will miss Mick. The thought that we will all meet again keeps it easier to get on with life.
I had met Mick a few times and a nicer guy there isn't.
All my love to you Authr44. CRober.... Know that I have you in my prayers as well as the prayer for Mick in his passing and may peace be with you and your family.
Gods Speed Mick!
Forever in my thoughts to all,
I had met Mick several times and each time we laughed and enjoy the company. We always didn't see eye to eye but we respected each other. He will be missed in the Boomer room by all. Sandy, my heart goes out to you for your hurt and loss. Always remember "When it hurts to look back and you're scared to look ahead, you can always look beside you and your boomer friends will be there!!"
May God bring you peace and happy memories. With Sadness, Tears and Love
Linda aka Awaytakeme
Although I never met Mick, I sensed the goodness of him from our chats online. A nicer man I never spoke with. When he and CRober (Sandy) found each other, my heart swelled for them. Yes, they were meant to be. Now Mick has left us for a better place, but Sandy with all the strength and sweetness that is her, carries on ..... until they one day will be together again. We are all here 'on loan' .... until our Father calls us home! Thank you God for loaning us your sweet son.
My sincere condolences to Mick's family, know that in AOL time, as well as real, time he'll be missed.
Mick was a sweetheart. His death brings a loss to all of us who laughed with him, and a major loss to Sandy.
Maureen (Little Hands)
I've known Authr (Mick) as long as I've been in Baby boomers. He was always a sweet man who had a great sense of humor. My fondest memories start from when he would send me a chapter a week because when he tried to send more my machine didn't have the capacity to hold it all. What patience that took.
He never wavered in his being a gentleman. He was always there to give a smile to newbees.
When he and Sandy became a couple I knew it was a match made in heaven.
In the following months of their meeting he would come in and if she wasn't there he'd say "Have you seen my Blonde?" or "Has my love been in yet?"
Mick will be thought of with great love and respect. He has left a void here in the boomer room but I know he watches over us all.
I'm sure Pat talked to him while he was on here and I know they are talking about the boomer room up in heaven and having a good old time there. I don't know if I ever had a chance to talk to him but I know he's happier now. I'm sorry that we lost another boomer he will be missed by everyone.
I am not able to add anything to this page. I could only add more sadness for Sandy, and more hope for her.
And I could add that the two of them showed me that True Love does exist.
I would like to share a few personal reflections about Mick. Although I never met him personally, he became a true friend and a person whose opinion I always valued and respected in the room.
Mick was truly a gentleman in the highest sense of the word and the light that he shed through the positive influence he had both online and in the non-virtual world as well is now diminished to those of us who had the pleasure of knowing him. My sincerest symmpathy is extended to Sandy (CRober, another wonderful online friend) and to all his family and friends. Truly, his presence enriched the lives of us all and we will miss him greatly.
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