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Michael Lee Geeter Jr

June 26, 1978April 26, 2021
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A New Beginning for Michael Lee Geeter Jr., started on Monday, May 26th, 2021 at 9:00 am., Jesus gave Michael his wings to begin his New Journey. Michael was born the first son to ShaRon Heath Mills and Michael Lee Geeter Sr., June 26, 1978 in Sapulpa Ok.

At the age of 5, Michael and his family moved to San Jose Ca, where he attended Frost Elementary, Santa Teresa and Oak Grove High School before settling at Andrew Hill High School to complete his schooling. Michael pursued football and became Andrew Hill’s most prominent Running Back, where he led the leading rushing and touchdown record at the school. Michael attended San Jose City College for a while before a traumatic injury to his knee, which caused him to end his dream early and start a new career as a Forklift Specialist.

Michael loved his beautiful family and friends that shared his life with him, he was blessed to enjoy time with his sons and special moments with his extended family. Michael’s Mom was his most cherished pride and joy, and he spent every waking minute showering her with his love… The 2020 pandemic although tragic brought about special moments and quality time spent under the stars with his family and increased Michael’s enjoyment of reading, playing monopoly, listening to music, and his special Friday night shenanigans! Michael fought a battle everyday with his physical health and to stay here for his family.

Preceded in death by his father, Michael Lee Geeter Sr., and his sister, Shelunda Nicole Heath. Michael leaves to cherish his memories his mother, ShaRon Mills, Gilroy, CA, brother, Rayshon Mills, Atchinson, KS, sisters, Atari Starks, (husband, Norman) Phoenix, AZ, Tonya Hamlin, Sacramento, CA and Michaela Geeter, Tulsa, OK, sons, Romel and Jaden Rojas, and his extended family; son, Antonio Cuevas, daughters; Irene Rocha (husband, Mark) and Aaliyah Cuevas (fiancée, Celso) granddaughter, Khaleesi Rocha, all of San Jose, CA and a host of nieces, a nephew, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends.

We will cherish every moment, the great ones, the sad ones, the easy and the hard. Together as a family we learned to feel the deep sense of faith that we shared. We accept Michael’s new beginning and NO matter where this journey takes Michael next, his LOVE will remain forever with us.

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Alque Redmond

May 14, 2021

Me and mike got a lot of stories I can tell you about. A couple that sticked out though, one is when we were playing mount pleasant high school and he called a play that Lead me to score a touchdown that game cause they were keying on him . I usually was his lead block threw the whole in the "veer" which I was a lot smaller then him lol. Another time is when my dad's truck got broken into and I told him he found who did it and got my dad's stuff back . Just an unselfish person that I got much respect and love for ... just talked to you G I'm hurt for ever missed #45 ... your lead block #22

Gabby Ferrari

April 30, 2021

I remember vividly Mike was coming over for dinner. I wanted to impress my friend. I asked him what he liked to eat and he said lasagna, garlic bread and salad with kraft 4 cheese ranch. I wanted to impress him and had no clue how to make lasagna. I spent the last of my paycheck on a frickin 50 dollar lasagna from the Olive garden on Blossom Hill. I took the lid off, put it in the oven like I baked it. It was the nastiest lasagna ever!. So he assumed I cooked it! Lol.

Veronica Jones

April 30, 2021

Michael and I met over 23 years ago. He was like this big teddy bear but kinda gangster at the same time. He always wore this big smile when we'd run into each other. The talks we had over the phone, whether it was about life, drama, health or love; he was always real with me. I remember hanging out and running into his friends. I'd tell everyone I was his girlfriend. The next day Michael would call me and say, "Popo, really??" I'd act like I didn't know what he was talking about but I already knew his best friend Andy called him; because Andy had a big o'l mouth. Michael would just laugh it off. Football season won't be the same. Don't forget Michael that you owe me from our Eagles vs Cowboys bet. I'll make sure to cheer your team on. He touched so many lives. He had such an amazing soul. He loved all of his family. He was a great father and so proud of his two sons. Michael you will forever be in my heart. I will miss our talks, texts and your laugh. I will always love you.
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Lindsay Iten (Evans)

April 30, 2021

Michael was my brother's (Terry Evans) friend growing up. He and his sister, Atari, lived a few houses down from us. I remember him from when all us kids growing up on Azule would hang out on the "box" out front of our house, playing and getting into mischief. Michael was a sweet, giant teddy bear! We had recently reconnected over Facebook and I'll miss our recent interactions, seeing his poker videos and posts about his sons who he was so proud of. The world lost a special soul who will truly be missed. RIP Michael!

Frank Frisina

April 30, 2021

We met playing poker. I liked you from the moment I met you. My only regret is that I wish I had known you longer than the few years we had. I looked up to you as a player and as a man. The world lost a good person and you will be missed.

May all your pots be live and all your cards be winners.

Peace. ❤️

Aaron Sheridan

April 30, 2021

I met Mike when he was around 14 or 15 years old. We lived on the same street. The first time I met him I immediately got along with him, it was easy to do because Mike was so friendly and he loved to make people laugh. We briefly said hello and he rode off on his bike. A few minutes later he returned but was wearing different clothes on a different bike. He came up to me and said, "have you see my brother Mike? Im looking for him" I said "whoa, youre a twin? yeah i just saw him he went that way!" he said "thanks man" and rode off. For two weeks i thought there were two Mikes running around.. until my other buddy said "he doesnt have a twin Aaron, he's messin with you". when he came riding up next time, I couldnt help but laugh when i saw him.. he had the biggest smile and laughed so loud next time we met up. He said "I got you man!" That was Mike. I got love for that dude, he was a good friend growing up. I am very sad he is gone.. I know he is in Heaven and I know we'll meet again. I miss you Big Mike, I wish you didn't have to leave us so soon but I have to accept it. My condolences and love goes to his family. The Sheridan's will miss you, see you on the other side brother.

Letty Martinez

April 29, 2021

I will miss Mike forever😭my peace is knowing he is with our Father and I will see him again🕊

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Michael and Jake Mason
RIP to my folks Michael Geeter! Had to take it back to when we was young and had no care in the world. Rest easy fam and see you on the other side. #HillsdaleDays#SOUF!!!!

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Michael and Michael Hew "SOUF!"