Michael Allen Mundt

October 11, 1971November 8, 2020
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Michael Allen Mundt, born October 11, 1971, in Tyler to George and Rhoda Mundt, passed away Sunday November 8, 2020 in Tyler. He was 49 years old. Michael was a loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Son and Brother. He was a part of the East Texas Mustang club since 2008. He worked at Mundt music for 26 years before becoming a post man. He enjoyed bowling with his son and wife. Then on his free time he enjoyed working on his collections. His grandchildren were his life and he adored spending time with them. Michael never met a stranger and always had a smile on his face for which he will be remembered for. He was preceded in death by his father, George Mundt, grandparents, Robert and Mary Mundt, Clay and Ginny Flanagan. Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 27 years Barbara Mundt, daughter, Kelsey and fiancé Brandyn, son, Sheldon and fiancé Ashlynn. He is also survived by four grandchildren, Bailee, Rowynn, Drake, and Addy. Mother Rhoda Mundt, brother Kevin Mundt and Shelley, Mother-in- Law Marilyn Fite, Father-in-law Bobby Fite and Marie, Brother-in-Laws Bobby Fite and Lana, Barry Clark and Mikki, Jason Clark and Tiffany, multiple nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation will be Saturday November 14, 2020 at Lloyd James Funeral Home in Tyler from 4-8pm. Services will be Sunday November 15, 2020 at Flint Baptist Church at 2:30pm.


  • George Mundt, Father (deceased)
  • Robert and Mary Mundt, Grandparents (deceased)
  • Clay and Ginny Flanagan, Grandparents (deceased)
  • Barbara Mundt, Wife
  • Kelsey and fiancé Brandyn, Daughter
  • Sheldon and fiancé Ashlynn, Son
  • Bailee, Grandchild
  • Rowynn, Grandchild
  • Drake, Grandchild
  • Addy, Grandchild
  • Rhoda Mundt, Mother
  • Kevin Mundt (Shelley), Brother
  • Marilyn Fite, Mother-in-law
  • Bobby Fite (Marie), Father-in-law
  • Bobby Fite (Lana), Brother-in-law
  • Barry Clark (Mikki), Brother-in-law
  • Jason Clark (Tiffany), Brother-in-law

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  • A Time of Visitation

    Saturday, November 14, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, November 15, 2020


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Geoff Roark

November 15, 2020

I’ve known Michael for decades, and he was always the nicest guy, the most loyal friend, and the most unassuming person around. I loved his sense of humor and the fact that he really enjoyed a good laugh. He would go out of his way to take care of his customers and he always seemed to actually understand musicians. He made everyone who walked in feel like they were the reason the store was there...from the professional to the kid with his first instrument. I’ll miss his funny stories and his laugh, and his good natured presence. They don’t make many like Michael. We were blessed to know him while he was here. Rest in peace, my friend.

Judy Jones

November 14, 2020

I’ve known Michael since he was a young boy. He will be greatly missed and always remembered for his smile, his friendliness, his love of family, especially grandchildren, his love of Whitehouse football, his love of bowling and his car. I pray for peace for Rhoda, Barbara, and all of his family.

Mark Zimmer

November 13, 2020

Michael and I were friends in high school at the old Whitehouse High School, and we also bowled together on Saturday mornings in Tyler. We had a winning team! I was over at Michael's house in Tyler and we were cooking hot dogs. Michael's mom Rhoda walked into the kitchen and informed us we were not cooking them correctly! Michael, I can't wait to bowl upstairs with you someday my friend, and I know you have a sharp eye and angel's wings over your mom, Barbara, your kids and wonderful grandkids. God bless you and your whole family!
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David Sharp

November 13, 2020

I used to give Michael a ride to school when we were in high school. Since I moved out of the Tyler area, I hadn't spoken to or heard from Michael in quite a while. Then one day, he sent me a friend request on Facebook and we reconnected. I got to see the great man he became through his posts and we spoke on the phone a couple of times in the past year. I'll always remember Michael as a happy person who didn't seem to let anything get to him. It was clear that he was devoted to his family and I will be praying for you all.

Judy Wilkins

November 12, 2020

I loved going into Mundt Music in Tyler and seeing Michael, and missed him when he left to work for the USPS. He always had that twinkly-eyed smile and great sense of humor, sometimes wickedly so. I loved his dad George, too, and his grandmother Mary. Just great people, all of them. I like to think of Michael, George, and Mary laughing together in heaven. Love and prayers continue for Barbara and all who loved Michael.

Craig Smith

November 12, 2020

Such a wonderful neighbor and a great guy. Prayers for peace and strength from the Smith family

Robie Morgan

November 12, 2020

Words cannot express what Michael meant to so many people. As a musician, I grew up going to Mundt, and as I grew older, Mike became a go to friend for help or advice. So many owe so much to Mike for his help. I will miss you old friend, but cling to the knowledge that I will see you again someday. I pray for peace and comfort for the entire family at this difficult time. God bless....


November 12, 2020

Michael, you were one of the good ones. I always told Barbara she was blessed to have you and she always laughed but agreed, unless you were aggravating her. You always laughed and had a joke, usually a corny one. I will miss that, but mostly, I will miss you, my friend. We will see you again, I am sure of that. Many prayers and so much love to Barbara, the kids, and your family!

Sandi Cintron

November 12, 2020

There aren't enough words to describe Michael in this little box but, if you were lucky enough to have known him, you already know. He was the kindest, funniest, most big hearted man and his smile and laugh were infectious! One memory that really sticks out to me is the time that he allowed me to pick up his beloved GT500, and drive it all the way to Mineola to detail it for him. I knew how much that car meant to him so, I felt honored to be trusted with it. He will be missed beyond words!

Jason Whitaker

November 12, 2020

So sorry for your loss. Heck of a nice guy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.


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