I will forever remember Michael as the outwardly cranky but inwardly soft hearted man whom I have seen teach, counsel, help, support, babysit, guide, educate and direct hundreds of our young people. I hope that the city will do the right thing and let the service be held at the theater, as the staff has held so many services for young people who have passed over the years. We have lost a great man! Who will help the kids cope with his passing now that he is not here to do it?
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