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I simply and absolutely adored Mike McDanield. The energy he gave to his life and to all he came in contact with was a gift. Mike had the rare ability to intimately touch everyone he met in at least one way where his presence left a permanent mark of goodness.
Mike introduced me to cycling and quickly reeled me in to the enjoyment of the sport and fed my common competitive spirit with an energy that will not be matched. He was my happiness mentor, coach, cycling buddy and I was so privileged to gain a best friend, and most of all.
A perfect loving friend. Mike will be forever in my heart and will ride with me always. I know God has placed a Special Angel in heaven to watch over me And he is smiling! I send my forever love to him and his family. Mike, you have been a blessing in so many lives. Enjoyed the celebration of your life after the service. Rest in Peace.
We have read the preceding memories and condolences with admiration, but not surprise. Mike was a very special human being. Mike touched many lives and truly made the world a better place. Mike belonged to many different communities. There was his family, his working community and his cycling community to name a few. We are part of the notorious Tuesday night bike group and that is how we Beautiful Olathe Kansas givin azing bj today Mike.
Yet regardless of the community, there seems to be common thre that ran through Mike's life. He was friendly to everyone. He would help those in need, whether it was raising money for his favorite charity or fixing someone's flat out on the bike path. We will all miss him and hopefully his life will inspire us to be better human beings. To Mike's loved ones, may the strength of your faith and the love and support of your family help you through these difficult times. May your memories of Mike, give you comfort. When I first found the Tuesday night bicycle group Mike and the others welcomed me, but it was a year before I rode with them again.
Though we had met only once Mike greeted me by name when I returned the next year, and he always made me feel welcome by greeting me by name, no matter how long I had been away. I knew him only a short time, and I wish I had known him better. But in the short time I was privileged to share his company I could see he was genuine and cared about others. I was blessed by his warmth and generosity, and I am a better person because of Mike. I miss him already. How tragic and so sad for you, his dad and his sisters. Mike had such a kind and generous heart. He lived his life for his family and his friends.
When new people ed our bike group, he wanted to ensure that they were welcomed with lots of smiles and open arms. He even thanked us regulars for being kind to newcomers at the end of a bike ride. On a personal note, when I started expressing an interest in having a mountain bike, Mike quickly picked up on my casual comments. The second time was a success. A young man in his 20s who lived in downtown KCMO had one for sale so off we went for a viewing.
He rode off into the city street lights of downtown Kansas City. The seller was rather nervous, commenting that he had just lost his bike forever. I assured him that Mike was so trustworthy that he could put boy scouts to shame. I bought the bike, and Mike loaded it onto his bike rack on his car for the return trip back to my house.
On the drive back, Mike insisted that he take the back home so that he could check it out mechanically to ensure it was ready for me to ride. The next morning he called because he was going to be late in getting it back to me.
As he was checking out one of the parts, it broke. So what did he do? He took parts from one of his bikes and repaired my bike before returning it to me. What a generous friend. A couple weeks later, he took Greg Brown and me on our first mountain bike trail ride in Shawnee Mission Park. He taught us how to navigate the rugged terrain.
It was great fun. Mike told me that he wanted more of his friends to have mountain bikes to him in the sport. My last vision of Mike as I left for the evening was of him standing with a beer in his hand and a huge smile on his face. Mike had a great smile that lit up a room.
We all miss him more than words can express. I pray that you are comforted by knowing how much we all cared about Mike and that he surely is in the eternal presence of God. If there is anything that any of us in the bike group can do to help you through this time, please know that we are here for you. My deepest sympathies to you and your entire family. Martha Belker. Mike and I spent a considerable amount of time together over the past 12 or so years. We traveled all over the country together for work and spent far too many long days and late nights working. As a worker you couldn't ask for anyone better.
He was a hard worker, creative, diligent, and extremely capable. He cared about his work and his customers. Above all he was a great friend. He would give you anything and everything and sometimes things you didn't know you needed. From an enthusiastic walk and talk to an occasional thump on the head to help you adjust your priorities, Mike was always there. Mike could always make you smile and make your day better.
He will be dearly missed. What a wonderful human being Life is like a journey on a train.Beautiful Olathe Kansas givin azing bj today
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