Michael Anthony Hearing

July 19, 1969June 2, 2019

On Sunday, June 2, 2019, Michael Anthony Hearing of Peachtree City, GA passed away due to a tragic motorcycle accident at the age of 49. Mike was born in Atlanta, GA on July 19, 1969 to Jack. Hearing and Patricia Robinson. He attended Riverdale High School and later on, he received his Master Plumber’s License from the State of Georgia. He owned and operated MH Plumbing, Inc. in Peachtree City, GA.

Mike had a passion for his plumbing business, riding his motorcycle, fishing, shooting pool, spending time with his family; and he was an avid music lover. In his spare time, he enjoyed working on his truck and motorcycle. He was also known for his infectious personality and his desire to help others. He was married to Brandy Hearing and together they have a 9 year old daughter, Brooke Lee Hearing, and step-daughter, Chastity Cleghorn.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Patricia Anne Dumas.

He is survived by his wife, Brandy Hearing; his three children, Zach Gossett, Kayla Mann (Derec), and Brooke Hearing; his parents Jack and Bonnie Hearing; his sisters, Kerry Morris (Anthony) and Melissa Dills; and his brother, Jack Christopher; three small grandchildren; nieces, Rachael Breyne (Joe), Lexie McClain, Haley, Kennedy, Emma Claire, Anniston, Ava Christopher, nephews, Larry Lillard (Amber), Jack, Caleb, and Bentley Christopher; great-niece, Anneslei Breyne; and great-nephews, Lennon and Sylas Breyne, Blayne, Cayson, and Ben Lillard.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2019 in the chapel at Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home in Peachtree City, GA at 3:30PM with Dr. George Dillard officiating. There will not be a visitation prior to the service.

Flowers will be accepted by the family however, if you wish to, donations may be made in Mike’s honor to Blessed Riders Christian Motorcycle Association in Newnan, GA, local Chapter #828, by email at or by calling (678) 466-0262.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 8, 2019


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Linda Mangarelli

June 8, 2019

Michael was a very loyal, once a week at least customer when I had my pizzeria in PTC. I didn't know him well, other than small talk while waiting for his pizza. I later saw him a few times at the pharmacy I work at. He always asked about my dad, who was wheelchair bound & helped me at the pizzeria.
Such a nice, outgoing person. Prayers to his family.

Linda Mangarelli
from, Mangarelli's Pizza

Kristen Knudson

June 8, 2019

My deepest condolences to you and your family at this difficult time. I know you have a large support group but if Blair or I can do anything for you please let us know.
Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
Much love
Kristen Knudson

Kayla Mann

June 7, 2019


As I sit here writing this I feel at a loss for words. I've been trying to wrap my mind around this and it's been so hard. Losing someone you barely knew is just as bad as losing someone you've known forever. I remember the very first time we met, seeing you for the first time in my life was an indescribable feeling. I felt a sense of peace, I finally found the missing piece I had been searching for my whole life. I am so upset and torn to pieces that I didn't get the chance to really know you! And now I never will.. knowing that your gone has hit me hard and I've been trying to cope with it. I wish I would of reached out more and I wish I could have gotten to know you better and spent more time with you. This all seems so unreal. I will forever cherish what small memories of you that I do have! I will always love you and you will forever hold a special place in my heart.

Love Always,
Your Daughter

Steven Hill

June 6, 2019

I first met Mike on an Easter Sunday over a decade ago. That was the first of many family gatherings we’d all spend together through the years. Over the years we watched Mike as he continued to work hard and establish himself as a businessman. He was ambitious and determined and he built a successful company from the ground up. He loved Chas unconditionally and was an awesome father to Brooke. He loved spoiling those girls. I can only echo what others have already said, Mike always helped people. Over the years, he was always willing to drop anything when I needed help. I remember calling him one night for some plumbing advice and within an hour he was knee deep in a muddy ditch while I held the flashlight. Mike was a good friend and a good father, a giver and a provider and he will be sorely missed. Rest In peace bro.

Lisa Harris

June 6, 2019

Mike, I just can not believe it. You were suppose to be invincible!!!!! You could do everything!!! We have always been there for each other when push came to shove, no matter what and you had overcome so much in your life, that this is just a hard one to swallow. I will never forget you, (I mean you've only been in my life since we were 7 or 8) there is NO way to forget you!! I LOVE YOU MIKE HEARING, see you again one day!!

Jimbo Robinson

June 5, 2019

Mike so many memories have flooded me the last few days. I've laughed and cried thinking about you. For someone who didn't talk the first couple years of their life you sure made up for it when you started. I'll never forget you getting attacked by the dead snake. During our golf career you were more excited than I was over my one and only hole in one. No doubt those outings were made better because of you. The last few years our conversations became fewer but meant more to me than anyone will ever know. To know that you had reached that level of happiness that you deserved was inspirational. Like I told you several times I used your story when I tried to help people. Mike I'm so proud of the man you became. I will miss you no doubt about that. My life will have a hole in it but I have no doubt that you have found your place in heaven. I love you.

Christine Austin

June 5, 2019

I knew Michael from the Kroger Pharmacy in PTC. He was always joking and smiling!! He will truly be missed. Prayers for his family. RIP

Kathy Collett

June 5, 2019

I met Mike when I started dating one of his best friends, Steve Mcconell. He was married to his first wife at that time. We all became friends, hung out together, concerts, movies, Parties, dinner. We did lot of fun things together , as a couple. Mike was always funny, excited about life, eager to do different things from the norm. If someone suggested sky diving, he would be the first person to sign up. Always made me feel welcome, even though I was a little bit older than the crowd. Never made me feel like I didn’t belong. After he split from his first wife, and me from his friend Steve, we let a few years come between our friendship. But, I always could count on him to come and fix my plumbing, and give me some slack on the bill. He was a good guy. I seen him at his worst and watched him work to become his best. I’m not a religious person, but I guess he deserves to be an angel, if there is a such thing. Good luck in the afterlife, Michael. And if there is really a heaven, then say hi to my sweet daughter, Chanda. Love Kathy

Melissa Dills

June 5, 2019

You and I on Lexie’s first birthday.

Jack Hearing

June 5, 2019


Words cannot say how I feel about you. There are so many memories of you it’s difficult to put into words. We have had our differences in life but have always continued to love each other. I will always have an empty place in my heart from now on. One of our great memories was you and Kerry to see Elvis in person in 1976. Kentucky Rain will always play in my heart since it was your favorite Elvis song. Another special memory is when you were about five. You would put my suit coat on and walk around with a bible in your hand like you were a preacher. You had such a deep voice for such a small kid. As you come face to face in Heaven with all of our loved ones give them a big hug from me and your momma.

We will miss you dearly Bank of Amika

Love has built a bridge between your heart and mine

Love forever,