Michael Hancock

In Memorial

Michael “Crash” Edward Hancock, 51, of Axtell, passed away peacefully, Sunday, October 29, 2017, surrounded by his loving family.

Michael’s family will gather for a private celebration of life service at a later date.

A native of Waco, Michael was born, October 14, 1966 to the Edward Hugo Busch and Janie Rue Campbell Busch. Michael married Connie Gail Gartman, June 22, 1999. He enjoyed being a part of several local HAM radio clubs, HOTMAC and most of all hosting, “The Crash Cast”. “The Crash Cast”, was podcast that was created and hosted by Michael for the past 10 years, he had made numerous friends from around the world from his hosting the podcast. Michael is preceded in death by his father, Edward Hugo Busch; his mother, Janie Rue Campbell Carroll.

Michael leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife of over 18 years, Connie Gail Gartman; children, James Hancock, Lindsey Hancock and McKenzie Hancock; siblings, Darla Matthews, Curtis Hancock, Ronald Hancock, II, Naomi Jane Carroll, and Jonny Carroll; step-father, JC Carroll; along with numerous other loving family members and friends.

Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home and Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

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Condolence Messages

  1. Nancy Oppenheim :

    Am so sorry for your loss! GOD is great! He is the only one that helps you!

  2. Janet Shockley :

    I’m continuing to pray for you, your girls and your family.

  3. Mike was a dear friend we always enjoyed being with Mike. What great times we had on “Friday night picnics “ and flying at various contest around the area. Todd and I will miss him so much. Our sorrow to Connie and his children for there loss.
    Max and Sally Blose

  4. Connie and family, I am so very, very sorry for your loss. It was a pleasure to get to know Mike in church. Lifting you up in prayer.

  5. Christy Wells :

    Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort as you go through this difficult time. Love ya.

  6. I am so sorry that this happened. Life is hard sometimes but always look to the Lord and he will see you through this. You and your girls are in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. Crash will be missed! He always had people laughing and everyone enjoyed his company. During times at night, at our Radio Field Day activities, you got to know Crash. He was one great guy. I cannot speak for the entire HOTARC club but I will surely miss him.

  8. John Chamberlain, AC5CV :

    Mike was such a fun and skilled part of the Heart O’ Texas Amateur Radio Club (HOTARC)! His always cheerful participation and contributions in our meetings, events, radio nets, and license prep classes will be sorely missed. I am so sorry for the sense of loss for Connie and family, and pray the Lord will pour His comfort into all of you.

  9. Bud Garretson AD5SK :

    I am glad that god allowed Crash to be my friend. He leaves a void in this world that will be hard to fill. My condolences to his family.

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