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Mr. Michael Koenig, age 57, passed away Tuesday morning, October 13, 2009 at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.

A veteran of the U.S. Army, Michael served stateside during the Vietnam War.

Funeral services, with full military honors, are at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 16, 2009 from the chapel of the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans, 3000 Monroe Avenue, Grand Rapids, where friends may call one hour prior to services.

Burial will follow in the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans Cemetery.


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  1. Anonymous on October 13, 2009 at 12:00 am

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    03/15/2013 –

    Christopher r koenig

    This man was my biological father. He went to prison in 1983, and we never saw him again. I was four months old. He fathered another two children that I know of: my brother Albert and an unknown female half sister. Feel free to contact me with any info on him as I never knew him, or anything about his life after 83


    10/14/2009 –

    W.C. Fields

    IT’s a sad day to loose a friend like Mike . He’ll be missed. Thank you for your service Mike.


    10/13/2009 –

    Cindy McKellar

    Mike we will truly miss you. You were my smiles every week to see you. You are the sweetest. I love you too. Kisses.


    10/13/2009 –

    Bill and Sharon Burch

    A good man gone to a better place. He will be missed.


    10/13/2009 –

    Dixie

    MIKE, I MET YOU ONCE, YOU TOUCHED MY HEART AND I ADOPETD YOU. SO SORRY WE WERE SO FAR APART. BUT YOU WERE WITH ME IN THOUGHTS ALWAYS NOW I KNOW YOU ARE OUT OF YOUR CHAIR AND WALKING THE GOLDEN STREETS OF HEAVEN. I’LL ALWAYS SEE YOUR SMILE AND HEAR YOU SAY I LOVE YOU TO ALL YOUR FRINDS. GOD NEEDED ANOTHER ANGEL AND YOU FIT THE BILL


    10/13/2009 –

    Rick & Cindy McKellar

    I’ve known Mike for 4 years and would visit with him on Thursdays, he had no family so we made him ours and gave him hope and he gave us all. Now, he’s free of the chains that bound him to his chair and running and laughing threw those pearly gates.We will miss his larger than life smile because it was real and Mike never complained about his problems, he was a gift to us.Be free my friend and give my Dad and Uncle George a hug from us…


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