Michael Brennan

2 décembre 19619 mai 2020

Brennan, Michael, 58, of Euless, Texas, passed away unexpectantly. Michael was born December 2, 1961 in Bronx, New York to Catherine Allan Brennan and the late Thomas Brennan. Michael served his country honorably in the United States Air Force for four years. He is currently employed for the past 33 years as a Jet Engineer Mechanic with American Airlines. He was an avid fan of the New York Giants and the New York Mets. He enjoyed playing softball and golf with his friends and when he was around he was funny and entertaining, like a stand up comic. Everyone loved when Uncle Mike was there. Those left to cherish his memory are his loving mother and step-father, Catherine and Kevin Lynch, brothers and sisters-in-law, Thomas and Donna Brennan, Daniel and Nancy Brennan, niece and nephews, Jack Brennan, Alexandria Brennan, Thomas Brennan, Matthew Perlongo, Bobby Perlongo, several aunts, uncles and cousins also survive him.


  • Visitation

    dimanche, 17 mai , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    dimanche, 17 mai , 2020


Michael Brennan


Carol Abdo

18 août , 2020

Hey Mike, Just sitting here crying and missing you and wanted to take a second to talk to you. Your loss is a tremendous one for the entire family. Thank you for the love throughout the years and for always making me feel as if the greatest thing in your day was to hear from me or when we had the chance to see each other. I am sorry I didn't call you more often. We always think we have forever. I was driving to work this week and looked over and met the eyes of a stranger. Not sure why but as I drove away I said "Hi Mike" to myself and looked up to thank God. I loved that moment. God Bless you my beautiful cousin. I will miss you always. Love, Carol xoxoxo

Stephanie Moreno

22 mai , 2020

I'm in shock! I just sent you an email today to say hi. When I didn't hear back from you, I oddly enough googled for your obituary. I'm not sure what possessed me to do that. I'm so sorry to read this! My only solace is you are now with your beloved late wife! May the souls of the faithfully departed Rest in Peace, my dear friend.

Michael Pacella

16 mai , 2020

Mike.... So sorry to hear this.... I will always remember softball, Playing with you and Gitz.. Jimmy was our coach.... We laughed and had some great times together.. Sad time for all of us.. God Bless... Rest in Peace... Thoughts and prayers for your Family..

Marc Laufer

16 mai , 2020

Mike, what can I say. I have cried enough, alone and with my family. Ny Mets baseball was to start in July. We always talked about last night's game. I have no one to talk to anymore. The Mets were our passion . I always thought we would be together in NYC . On Broadway and celebrating a World Series title. We sure did have some fun at the racetrack selling water. You will always be in our hearts. Katie just loved her uncle Mike. I have spent 20 years with you at DFW. I will always treasure our friendship. I love you "Uncle Mike".
Marc, Mary and Katie Laufer

Katie Laufer

16 mai , 2020

I miss you already uncle Mike . Thank you for always remembering my birthday. You always wrote something very nice in my birthday card. Please remember me . You are at peace now. Love you
Katie Laufer❤😪

Jerry Smith

15 mai , 2020

Mike, you took me under your wing when we met in Austin, I was still being treated for cancer and you having just lost your wife to that horrible disease. You blessed our home at Thanksgiving that year, falling asleep on the couch afterward. You made fast friends with my entire family and all were devastated with your sudden passing. We didn't see each other as often at DFW, but it was always as if we had just spent time together at every meeting. You will be missed my friend, but never forgotten, God Speed.
JD "Smitty" Smith, Rhonda, Dwight and Norma Jean

Carmina Freire

15 mai , 2020

Mike, was a great fellow mechanic, always cheerful, positive, Keith's shadow. The two always together. I had the pleasure of working with you a few times easy going. Thank you for covering my shifts . May your soul rest in peace. I guess you will meet your brother technicians in heaven. Play ball!

Barbara Hupkowicz

14 mai , 2020

Some of us met you on vacation in St Maarten and some in Aruba or both. You were automatically loved by all, we adored you. Loved that smile it says it all. Your laugh we will never forget. You will always be in our hearts and thoughts. Our sincere condolences to your mom and family. Love Barb and Ken Hupkowicz, Lydia Ciminelle and Rick Stell --Buffalo NY, Kathy Parker - Largo, Florida, Mike and Becky Paese -Rockhill, SC

Joe Gerson

14 mai , 2020

Mikey so sad to hear of your passing. You were my King of Queens (Doug Heffernan). Funny, fast on your feet and a personality greater than life. Want to thank you for always having my back over the years and bringing back a lot of memories with you and Carl. You will be missed and I know there is a Shining Star out there with your name on it. RIP brother Mike!!

Michele & Greg Wolinski

14 mai , 2020

We had the great pleasure of meeting Mike in Aruba on our many vacations there, and immediately became fast friends. To know him is to love him, Mikes' got that wonderful huge personality.
Mike will be missed & remembered by so, so many. We are thankful to have great memories of Mike, that we'll hold in a special place in our hearts.
Our sincere condolences to your entire family for this terribly untimely loss of Mike, a gentleman who is truly one in a million !!
Greg & Michele
Buffalo, NY