OBITUARY

Michael Anthony Misencik

July 15, 1973May 14, 2018

Misencik, Michael A.

Age 44 of Oak Grove

Preceded in death by Grandparents and Cousin, Danny

Survived by parents, Rick & Pam; sister, Christine; and niece, Alyssa

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Jeanne Vescio

May 18, 2018

I have so many wonderful memories of Mike dating back to the day he was born.
As a toddler he most often had a big grin on his face, he was adventurous, he liked to explore, get into things and climb, he could scale a 6 ft. fence or leap from a shopping cart with no fear after all he had places to go and things to see.
Mike was good looking and had a quality personality which consisted of love, caring, compassion, laughter, and so much more.
He cared about his Family, friends and others.
Mike was competitive he liked to do his best in what ever he did, he enjoyed playing softball, I am glad that I watched a couple of his games and seen him crank that ball outta the park.
I could go on and on about Mike but I'll close this out by saying Mike I love you, I'll miss you and you will always be in my heart, thoughts and prayers.
Thank you for being my nephew and thank so much for all the smiles, laughter, and bear hugs you shared with me ,your one in a million buddy.
Please watch over your mom, dad, sister and family as you have always done.
Aunt Jean

Kevin Berg

May 16, 2018

I remember watching some of your high school hockey games as a kid (you were 7 years older than me) and thought it was awesome that you were checking each other into the boards.
You invited me to spend the night at the first home you owned. We spent the whole night trying to beat each other in Madden NFL. You bought us pizzas and soda. I don't remember who eventually won because we played so late.
I was only 16 then. Was so excited to come over to your house. We're going into overtime cousin.
Love you Cousin Mike,
RIP.

Susan Misencik Berg

May 16, 2018

Every memory I have of Mike is happy. From the time he was a tot he always had the biggest grin, the kindest heart and the best hugs. I have always been so proud to be his godmother and Auntie. Mike loved life! He loved
all of his family gatherings growing up, cousins, Aunts, Uncles and Gramma Flo, she always got an extra hug.
He loved playing and watching sports and was always busy doing something. He was a hard worker too, when he did lawn work besides his full time job he made sure to come over and help us out. I will miss his laugh, his phone calls and everything about him, but I will never forget him. it will be a big void in our family for now, until we all meet again.
Love you Mike

Auntie Sue

Kari Misencik

May 16, 2018

As I take a moment to look back at life and remember Mike there is a day that stand out and reminds me of what a big hart he had. It was my high school graduation party. Most of my family was there and some friends. Mike notice my ex boyfriend giving me a hard time, it was clear that his actions were inappropriate. Without hesitation Mike confronted the situation and stood up for me, he made it clear that I was not to be treated in this manner. It wasn't in him to stand by and do nothing. He had my back.

Thanks for looking out cuz. You will be missed, may you Rest In Peace.

Julie Misencik

May 16, 2018

Mike would always crawl out of his crib all the time , rick and Pam had a very hard time trying to keep him in his crib. He was a little monkey always climbing on things.

My deepest sympathy to you and your family.