Michael Charles Eror
January 10, 1943 – May 3, 2019
Michael Charles Eror died peacefully on May 3, 2019 in his Meadows Place, Texas home. He was 76. Mike was born on January 10, 1943 in Canton, Ohio to Dorothy and Marko Eror. He was a standout athlete for the McKinley High School Bulldog basketball and baseball teams, batting .500 and hurling a no-hitter as a junior.
One June night in 1972, at the Holiday Inn bar in North Canton, Mike met a 20-year-old English girl named Jill, who was visiting for her mother’s wedding. He introduced himself, and her short visit turned into a long term stay. She did not return to England until July, 1973 for their wedding. Mike and Jill had been married nearly 46 years at the time of his death.
After graduating from trade school in Canton, Mike started his career as a journeyman tool-and-die maker and union leader in the auto industry. He and his family endured multiple relocations at the hands of his employers, including a move to Houston, Texas. When faced with yet another move, Mike left his nearly 20-year career as a tool-and-die maker. He vowed never to work for someone else again, and he started the printing business that he would run for the rest of his life.
Mike took endless joy in the lives of his two children as well as his five grandchildren. He loved his family unconditionally, and he was always quick with a compliment, a hug, or a high five. Mike loved his family deeply, but he loved bowling almost as much. He spent most weeks bowling in local leagues, and he took yearly trips with Jill to the USBC National Tournament. He was especially proud of his two perfect 300 games and his 299 game. He also loved music, and he sang bass in the Sugar Land First United Methodist Church choir for many years. Additionally, he achieved the rank of I dan (2nd degree black belt) in the Korean art of Taekwondo, and he served as a Taekwondo instructor.
Mike is survived by his wife Jill Eror, son Nathan Eror and his wife Christy Hartman, daughter Allison Garcia and her husband Deren Garcia, sisters Amelia “Mitzi” Tepsich and Nancy Solomon, and his beloved grandchildren Deren, Dax, Elliot, Katelyn, and Zane.
Mike’s family and friends will celebrate his life at 2 pm on May 10th at Earthman Southwest Funeral Home in Stafford, Texas.
- Memorial Service Friday, May 10, 2019
Michael Charles Eror
May 13, 2019
my greatest sympathies.
I have served mike as a customer for over 15 years and always looked forward to him coming in as we would always poke fun at each other and get each other laughing no matter what kind of day we were having.
May 9, 2019
Dear Eror Family
My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time as they have been for many weeks. Mike was a very sweet and kind man. I enjoyed reading about his many accomplishments. Even though I seldom saw him I could tell he had a passion for life and cherished every moment. May our Heavenly Father guide you through this with His comfort and love.
Sincerely Linda Branch
Brad's family sends their condolences as well
May 7, 2019
Jill, we had fun with Mike at bunco, but the best memory is his smile!!!
He is with our Lord and watching over you and the family. May his arms be consoling and full of love.
Bryan and Sharon Kitchen
May 7, 2019
Oh Jill I am so sorry for your loss! Praying for you and your family! Susan