Beaches Chapel by Hardage-Giddens

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Michael Anthony Amig

March 7, 1963June 11, 2019
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Lieutenant Commander Michael Anthony Amig USN, Retired, 56, passed away peacefully in his home June 11, 2019, surrounded by family after a short but fierce battle with brain cancer.

Mike was born on March 7, 1963 in Auburndale, Florida and went on to serve a decorated Naval career. A humble and loving husband, father, grandfather and son, he is survived by his wife, Robin Elizabeth McBride; daughters, Laura Fegley, Peyton Plank, Megan Amig; grandsons, Layden Stringfellow, Vincent Fegley, Hunter Plank; father, Edward Amig; stepmother, Janet Amig; brother, Mark Amig; and God-daughter, Kadence Thigpen.

Funeral Service at 11AM on June 19, 2019 at HARDAGE-GIDDENS FUNERAL HOME, 1701 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach. Visitation with the family from 6-8PM on June 18, 2019 and 1-hour before service at the funeral home. Committal Service with military honors rendered by the US Navy at 2:30PM at Jacksonville National Cemetery, 4083 Lannie Rd., Jacksonville. A celebration of life reception with Legion and Masonic honors will be held immediately after the committal service at American Legion Post 316, 1127 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach.

May Michael’s smile forever live on in all of the hearts he touched.


  • Robin Amig, Wife
  • Laura Fegley, Daughter
  • Peyton Plank, Daughter
  • Megan Amig, Daughter
  • Edward Amig(Janet), Father
  • Mark Amig, Brother
  • Grandsons, Layden Stringfellow, Vincent Fegley, Hunter Plank; and God-daughter, Kadence Thigpen.


  • Visitation Tuesday, June 18, 2019
  • Visitation Wednesday, June 19, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, June 19, 2019
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, June 19, 2019


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William D Kelly

June 17, 2019

My condolences to Mike's Family and Friends. Thank You for your friendship.

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Elizabeth Guest

June 17, 2019

My heart is so heavy for you all, Robin... what a beautiful man, lost too soon. I know the Heavens are aglow with that bright, contagious smile!!! Rest easy, Sir.

LaRue Babbitt

June 17, 2019

Robin and your extended Family, my Prayers and thoughts are with you always for your loss of your husband, Mike. I am so sorry, I know he fought hard and you will remember him for his courage. May he rest in peace. LaRue Babbitt

Audra Ruth

June 17, 2019

Mike brought so much joy into the lives of everyone he knew. His love of life and his family was so evident. His laugh was contagious, and His smile lit up a room. He was a great mentor and friend. He will truly be missed.

Donna Stanley

June 16, 2019

The very first time I met Mike was at Robin’s birthday party that he had planned while deployed overseas. He was such a handsome man who was so obviously in love with his beautiful partner. His smile was infectious. He will be missed. Thank for your commendable service, sir. Robin, I love you.

Kathy & Kevin Carver

June 16, 2019

Our hearts go out to you Robin, to the girls, and to the rest of the family during this time. Mike was such an all around great man for those who loved him and knew him, and he will definitely be missed by all. Sending our prayers, hugs, and love to you all. May Mike Rest In Peace and we thank and honor him for his service to our country.

Linda Humphrey

June 16, 2019

My sincere condolences to you and your family Robin. I know what a difficult time this is for you and if you ever need to talk or vent I am here

Sandra Reamy

June 16, 2019

So very sorry to hear about Mike. He was a neighbor of ours when we were stationed in Wallops Island. Always a really nice guy and I know he will be missed. Prayers to his family.

Ed Whalen

June 16, 2019


So very sorry for your loss. I had the chance to talk to Mike earlier this year. We worked together on CARGRU-6 staff just after 9-11 and supported Operation Enduring Freedom as the 3rd carrier battle group on site in 2002.

What I’m gonna say about Mike - you already know. Brilliant battlegroup network technician/ operator. Distinguished naval career - most trusted “Mustang” who came up from the enlisted ranks. Everyone listened to Mike at every level up to the battle group commander.

More importantly, a genuine honest , straightforward individual. Friendly and calm but deliberate in all he did . Cared immensely for his family and friends!!

His loss will be felt by many for long to come. I’m sorry I cannot be there for the funeral. God bless you and your family. So very very sorry again for your loss.


Doris & Doc Humphrey

June 14, 2019

We will miss you so very much Mike our Precious Loved One. I have loved you since you were born. I am so thankful for all of the wonderful memories that we all have been able to share over the years. You have left us all with such a Great Legacy. We will miss your million dollar smile always and forever. You have had such a kind heart and sole to each of us. Thank you for all of the fun and laughter and unforgettable memories that you shared with us always. I know you have gone home in the arms of an Angel and no longer in pain. We will all see you again when it is our turn to come home.

Love you Dearly,

Doris & Doc Humphrey