September 8, 1957 – March 12, 2020
Michael Lasker , age 62, of Roseville. Died Thursday, March 12, 2020, at his home in Roseville. Michael was born September 8, 1957, in Fort Wayne, IN, to Francis & Joan (Kingsford) Lasker. He married Diane Rothenhauser on May 17, 1985, in Clinton Twp., MI, she died September 21, 2012.
Michael will be sadly missed by his children; Adam (Erica) & Ryan (Chiara), Erin (Victor), Keli (Michael) Lasker, grandchildren; Brianne, Deven, Jordyn, Brooklynn, Makaylee, Kobe, Noah, King, siblings; Mark, Maureen, & Maggie Lasker. Pre-deceased by his Parents , his wife Diane, grandson Gerald and his dog Tank.
Michael loved his family very much. He was laid back, funny, sarcastic and outspoken. He enjoyed model airplanes and helicopters.
No services scheduled at this time. Cremation has taken place.
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March 21, 2020
Mike has been a member of the Michigan Whirlybirds R/C Helicopter Club for decades and the driving force behind the club for most of those years. Anyone needing help has always found that help in Mike. The Whirlybirds are placing a memorial brick in the Walk of Fame at the national headquarters of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) in Muncie, IN.
March 17, 2020
My deepest condolences to the family. I first met Mike racing R/C cars with his son Ryan, and later flew helicopters with he and his son Adam. He always had a joke or a smart comment for everyone and he always was willing to lend a hand, whether it was teaching someone new, making improvements to the field, or running an event. He will be dearly missed.
March 16, 2020
I worked with Mike at Berg Tool. He was always nice & easy to work with. When he left I missed his stories. He definitely will be missed by all of us here at Berg Tool.
Our condolences & prayers go to his family.
March 14, 2020
Very sorry for your loss. Mike will be greatly missed in life and at the field. Things will be totally different without Mike there, it just will never be the same. Cigar Dave
March 14, 2020
Mike will truly be missed his passing is a shock to many of us. It won't be the same at the flying field i will miss him shouting out WTH was that!? Or nice landing to bad you don't do that all the time! Lol. His passion for the hobby was undeniable and it was a pleasure spending time with him.
March 13, 2020
Mike was my instructor when I began flying R/C helicopters 16 years ago. He introduced me to Helicopter Fun Flys. He introduced me to the Fraser Flying Club. I'll miss our Saturday breakfasts. Flying will still be fun, but a whole lot of the humor will be missing. I've learned a lot from him about how to face adversity, look it in the eye, and crack a joke.