Gregory McMichael

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Gregory Allen McMichael, 53, of Waco, Texas, died Tuesday, September 17, 2013. His final days were spent surrounded by his family. Greg’s life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by him understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. He left us with many good memories and the comfort of knowing he is safely home. He is survived by his wife, Randi Clark McMichael of Waco, Texas; his children, Candice Lauren McMichael, Ethan Royal McMichael, and Ian Collins McMichael of New Orleans, La., and Abbi Weiler of Waco, Tex.; his grandchildren, Sophia Alexi Besson and Mateo Vicente McMichael of New Orleans, La.; his parents, David and Sandra McMichael of Waco, Tex.; his sister, Pamela Bartosh of Moultrie, Ga.; his brothers, Paul McMichael and Brad McMichael of Waco, Tex.; his brother-in-law, Robert Bartosh of Moultrie, Ga.; his sisters-in-law, Lisa McMichael and Lori McMichael of Waco, Texas.
Any memorial donations may be made to Wounded Warrior Project.

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  1. Jeni & Dennis Garner

    I am so sorry for our loss. We all loved Greg. He will be missed. We will keep you in our prayers.

  2. Jim & Terri Kephart

    To the McMichael family…all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. Greg was such a wonderful person. Sweet, kind, loving, and giving. We have many fond memories of hanging out with him and the rest of the family at various get togethers. I know this is very hard on you all, but may the love of those around you help you through the days ahead. God Bless each and every one of you. We love you like our own family.

  3. Greg was not just a coworker but a good friend. We rode many miles together chit chatting on the CB. I liked his personality as we had a lot in common and likes. I hate to lose a good friend and everyone at work sends their condolences to the family

  4. I’m sorry for the loss of Uncle Greg. It makes my heart overwhelmingly sad to imagine losing a husband, father, son and brother. Although I didn’t really know him, it feels as if I did because of the stories and memories told of him with such candor and warmth (humor too) by those that did know and love him very much. I pray that those grieving his loss find comfort in His promises.

  5. Looking forward to a sweet reunion one day. I love you, sweet brother.

  6. Randi, Like you, I treasure many sweet memories. I loved him and look forward to a joyful reunion one day.

  7. Love you Greg! Gone but not forgotten !

  8. My condolences to the family. He will be missed greatly! Didn’t get to say my goodbyes but I know we’ll see you one day again! Greg was such a good family friend of ours. I will never forget the year we had no plans for thanksgiving and Greg and Randi opened their house to my dad brother and I. Love ya Greg and RIP. gone but never forgotten!

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