OBITUARY

Michael K Suver

2 March, 197122 March, 2021
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Michael Kenton Suver, 50, passed away suddenly after suffering a heart attack on Monday March 22, 2021. He was born on March 2, 1971 to Kenton and Patricia (nee Hayes) Suver of Johnstown. He was a lifelong resident of Columbus, Ohio. He graduated in 1989 from Gahanna Lincoln High School and Fairfield Career Center. He married his wife Corrine (nee Utz) on October 4, 2008. Together they have raised two sons Josef and Kenton, both of whom Mike was very proud of. He loved to cook and loved teaching his boys. He is survived by his wife, sons, parents, sister Mary Buck and brother Andrew (Heather) Suver, both of Johnstown, many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Paul and Ruth Suver and John and Mary Hayes, aunt Soapie Hayes, Joyce and Don Piper, and cousin Jonathan Hayes. Family will receive friends from 10am tp 12pm on Wednesday March 31 at Crouse-Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home, 225 N. Main St., Johnstown, Ohio. Services immediately after and will be performed by Fr. Jerry Rodenfels and burial will be at Green Hill Cemetery. The family would like to thank Groveport Police Department and Madison Township Fire Station 183 for all their efforts.

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    Wednesday, 31 March , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, 31 March , 2021

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Tracey Guerin

2 April 2021

I had the absolute pleasure of working with Mike at The Hague Living Skills Center. As his supervisor, I remember his complete commitment to his work, his huge smile, his sense of humor, and his dedication to those he took care of on a daily basis. I could count on Mike to brighten my day and that of those around him. My prayers for his family as this is most definitely a loss too early.

Tina Dillman

31 March 2021

Some cub scout pictures of an amazing scout Father.

Tina Dillman

31 March 2021

I will always remember Mike because he made such an impact on not only my life, but the entire Cub Scout Pack 71. He believed in scouting and passed that on to all of us. I'll always remember him swimming with the cubs. He will be greatly missed.

Rae Wellmes

31 March 2021

When Mike first walked into my classroom at the Living Skills Center he was just 18 years old, fresh out of high school and as tall as he was, he still had growing to do! He would tell me about playing Dungeons and Dragons with his friends at night, paint ball on the weekends and church every Sunday with his family.
I enjoyed working with Mike through the years and seeing him grow into a funny, good-hearted, steadfast man. During those years I saw him get his first apartment, fall in love with Corrine, get married and become a father to two great boys. Family was always the most important thing for Mike, so he was living his dream. I will miss him forever.

Deb & Rae Wellmes

31 March 2021

Deb & Rae Wellmes

31 March 2021

Joe Ash

30 March 2021

The first time I met Mike we played volleyball against each other. We talked and started to know each other.
Later he came to Bixby we worked in rm 115 we would feed off each other's rumor . Funny stuff. We had many other conversations about a multitude of subjects. What I do know is this world has lost a awesome guy and I lost a friend. He will be missed. Thanks Mike for all those good times.

Deb & Rae Wellmes

30 March 2021

Deb & Rae Wellmes

30 March 2021

Deb & Rae Wellmes

30 March 2021

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