Stone Funeral Home

355 East 9Th Street, Upland, CA


Michael Kirk PFEIFFER

April 1, 1957June 24, 2019

Mike was born on April Fools’ Day, 1957 in Springfield, Massachusetts and died on June 24, 2019. A middle child to the core, Mike graduated from Upland High School in 1975, lettering in Football and excelling at having fun. If you ever saw someone riding a motorcycle with his hands up in the air, that was Mike. He was always surrounded by a crowd and made friends everywhere he went. He proudly served in the U.S. Army, where he was a helicopter Crew Chief while stationed in Korea. Mike was a talented bartender and restaurant manager for many years and later became Vice-President of Golden West Mktg., wholesaler of pools and pool equipment. Mike is survived by his proudest accomplishment, son Jack Pfeiffer, as well as his mother Joan Pfeiffer and sisters Susan Levinson (Barry) and Kate Lohuis (Dirk). Please note, this is not a ploy to avoid work, creditors or old girlfriends. Mike will be missed by friend and foe alike, and we would expect to find his beloved dog, Max, at his feet in heaven. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Gary Sinise Foundation to benefit defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need. Using Mike’s well-worn Cask ‘n Cleaver VIP card, we will celebrate his life at the Rancho Cucamonga Cask ‘n Cleaver on July 28, from 2-4 p.m. If you cannot join us, we encourage you to write a note of farewell on a cold Coors Light and drink it in Mike’s honor.


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Michael Kirk PFEIFFER

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Cindy and Joe Bert

July 8, 2019

Michael was always full of life and lots of fun to be with. We shared many crazy times together with El back in the day. He and Ellen were instrumental in introducing Joe and I who I’m married to now for 23 years💕 You will be missed RIP Michael

Roman "Roach" Foronda

July 7, 2019

You were always a great brother, I'll miss you, Love you.

Rochelle Rocha-Howell

July 2, 2019

I can't believe you are gone you were always one of my favorite people, I was so happy that you came to our wedding and I love how my husband adored you and how you two became Fast Friends. Yes you were funny and always fun to be around but I would love when things slowed down and us 3 would talk, you were so smart and interesting I am going to miss those talks.
May the Lord Comfort your family and us your friends.
I'll see you on the other side, Rest in Peace my Friend.

Casa Lugo

July 2, 2019

So many memories, but they all come back to your wit, humor and charm that added so much fun to my life...RIP my friend