OBITUARY

Cory Allan Michaels

March 9, 1961January 6, 2021

Cory Allan Michaels (Allan Robert Kadra JR)

Cory (Allan to friends and family) passed away on the morning of January 6th 2021. His passing was unexpected and shocking to all. His baby sister Julie was there to greet him.

He was a cherished man and was known for his wit, spicy personality and endless compassion. To him his family and friends meant everything.

He was preceded in death by his Father: Allan R Kadra, his Mother: Rita M Kadra and his Sister: Julie L Kadra. He is survived by his beloved Son Brennon Michaels, Sisters Annie Borgens (Laura) and Debora Kadra, cousins, many nephew's and niece's and best friends Marie, Valarie, Jimmy (Deniz), Barbara, Denise and Matthew.

A memorial service will be held at a later date when deemed safe.

The family would like to thank the selfless and compassionate Fred Meyer Employees in Bremerton, the Emergency response team from station 41 for attempting to save his life. The family would also like to thank the wonderful OPKC employees and his caring physician Dr Albrecht.

In honor of Cory (Allan) please consider donating to the American Kidney foundation

Rest in Peace Dear Father, Brother, Uncle, Cousin and Friend.

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Laura Borgens

January 21, 2021

Allan, you left us so soon. There is now a hole in our lives that cannot be filled. I miss your quick wit, Seahawks football games we shared, your fabulous cooking, our long discussions out back, and guessing who the culprit on Perry Mason was. You were the only person I know of in Bremerton who grew ripe tomatoes from your carefully tended plants. All those great memories. We miss you and I take comfort knowing you and Casey are now together. You were a kind and generous spirit gone too soon.

Amy Eldridge

January 21, 2021

Brennon,
What a beautiful tribute to your father. It is so hard losing a loved one and all the more difficult when it was someone like Uncle Allan. I truly believe he is at peace and with all his loved ones that have gone before him, what a celebration they must be having. Stay strong and live life to the fullest, he would want nothing less than that for his baby boy! Rest peacefully Uncle Allan, we love you and miss you, until we meet again.

Annie Borgens

January 20, 2021

Brother, so missing you right now. Still seems a dream that your not here with us. I remember how absolutely relieved you were to hear a new President had been elected, well, it's inauguration day and you'd be celebrating for sure!!! You were always so passionate about your beliefs and views on important issues. Always for equality, fairness and compassion. Going to miss those very passionate debates. Love you Bro, forever in my heart. It feels like a piece of me us missing.

Carole Ashby Meikle

January 15, 2021

Allan was a kind and funny guy who I loved to be around. One time he and Matt took a family trip , with us , to a reunion in KY.It was a long trip in a crowded car, and he kept saying , “Are we having fun yet?” That lightened up the journey and we all laughed every time he said it.
To endure that trip and the southern Loyd clan said a lot about how accepting he was.
Love you Allan.

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