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Kriegshauser Mortuary-West Chapel

9450 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO

OBITUARY

Michael Patrick McCarthy

May 4, 1960May 26, 2020
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Michael Patrick McCarthy passed away May 26, 2020 at the age of 60.

Born May 4, 1960 to loving parents Raymond Robert Sr. and Peggy Nadine McCarthy (nee Caito); Mike is the forever and loving companion to Josephine Fung; Beloved and loving father of Anthony K. McCarthy and Timothy K. Fung-McCarthy; Mike is survived by his three siblings, Raymond Robert McCarthy Jr., Patricia Marie Reppy-Stolpa, and Mary Francis McCarthy. He leaves behind to cherish in his memory his many nieces and nephews and 4 great nephews.

Visitation will be on Saturday June 6, 2020 from 9:00 A.M. until time of service at 11:30 A.M. at Kriegshauser West Mortuary, 9450 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132. Burial to follow at Lake Charles Cemetery.

Condolences to www.kriegshausermortuary.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, June 6, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, June 6, 2020

Memories

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Tony McCarthy

June 9, 2020

Dad,
I'm so thankful that you were my father. You taught me so much about life about fixing things just taught me everything you knew. Thank you dad. One of my fondest memories is when you picked me up from school on the Ts and you let me drive down south florissant rd while you sat on the back with your arms crossed. I was in 1st grade at the time.. I'll never forget that ride.. I love you dad

Joe McCarthy

June 9, 2020

Uncle Mike,

It’s been a struggle for me to pick a single memory to put down but I can say without a doubt everyone I can think of involves you squatting down elbow deep into a transmission or a motorcycle. I remember you building me a custom shift kit for my old Chevy truck using ball bearings from a ford front end and springs from some other place who knows but memories like that are why I never settle for less when it comes to fixing something. Also you always said any bike could wheelie if you know how to ride it so thanks to you I wheelie every bike hahaha ..I know your watching every time I lift that wheel up so rest easy I learned from the best, and thanks for always being you!
I love you
Joey

Gina Isaac

June 6, 2020

My heart breaks for all of you. I look thru these pictures and memories and can feel the love. Mike was an awesome guy who really cared and loved his family, and he was loved so much by so many. I know you all are broken-hearted and I pray that God wraps each of you in his loving arms, giving each of you peace and comfort. Fly high, Mike. Rest in peace and hug your Mom for me...

Mary Godfrey

June 6, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Now you are in heaven with mom. You are riding in the wind. Ride free.

Rachael McCarthy

June 6, 2020

Uncle Mike,

I never even saw you look at a woman besides Aunt Jo. Your love for the boys is unparalleled. From rides in the Samuri to long nights at Grandmas, I remember your laugh. You always told me to marry an older man with money, well I took half of your advice- thank you! I will carry these lessons and your laugh with me. I love you. Rest easy. Rachael
Blessings of Saint Patrick
“May the Irish hills caress you.
May her lakes and rivers bless you.
May the luck of the Irish enfold you.
May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.”

Raymond McCarthy

June 6, 2020

Mike,

We had so many great times together. No matter what we were doing or how long we spent together we had so much fun. You are a great Brother! Build a tranny, ride a wheelie for days, thump the music and love always.

Your Brother, Ray

Jackie Voigt

June 6, 2020

Uncle Mike,
Watch over grandma up there. Fly high for you are no longer weakened from your earthly pain. You will be greatly missed.
Love,
Jackie, Keith, Aidan, & Landon

Matthew Reppy

June 6, 2020

Memories are the sweet grace over the span of a lifetime,
to the sadden inevitable battle of death,
with every great tragedy,
a new pray warrior is amongst us looking down.

From your young sons, and nephews looking up to you was a blast, the one who could ride a motorcycle better than anyone we knew.

I’ll never forgot how you always called us, “bing bongs” or your laugh that was a contagious chuckle.

I remember the time when Timmie was a youngster, and Tony, Mikey and I were wrestling with you in the living room. You tickled me to the point I couldn’t breathe, hence I hate being tickled because i don’t know anyone who likes to be tickled. Long story short, you allowed me to bust your head open with a toy, and you just kept tickling and laughing. You kept repeating your favorite line, “is that all ya got, you got to do better than that.”

Or... the time I drove the dirt bike into the a/c unit.... once you saw I had all 10 fingers, it was laughable... scared the shit out of me, but I guess that’s what makes it a great memory.

Your presence will remain in the midst of any storm, to grace said for any blessing.

Love you uncle Mike, remember it’s not good bye, it’s see you later.

-Matthew

Cuba Family

June 5, 2020

We think about you always, you will never be forgotten, and we will forever hold you in our hearts.

Josephine Fung

June 5, 2020

This is not a goodbye, my love, this is a thank you. Thank you for coming into my life and giving me joy, thank you for loving me and receiving my love in return. Thank you for the memories I will cherish forever.

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Ray Jr and Mike.

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Ray, Mike, Patty, and Mary

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