Michael Lamon

16 Condolences

16 Condolences

  1. i am so sorry for your family’s loss. I remember Michael when we were little, I still can picture him running in our backyard, that’s right, running! He had braces on his legs but that boy tried to keep up with us! He didn’t let it hold him down! Now he is dancing in Heaven! 🙂 I can imagine he was so strong as he grew older, we weren’t around for the later part of his life but I can tell he grew into a grew up to be a strong man! I hope you find comfort in knowing he has a new body! I’m lucky to have known him!

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  2. i am so sorry for your family’s loss. I remember Michael when we were little, I still can picture him running in our backyard, that’s right, running! He had braces on his legs but that boy tried to keep up with us! He didn’t let it hold him down! Now he is dancing in Heaven! 🙂 I can imagine he was so strong as he grew older, we weren’t around for the later part of his life but I can tell he grew into a grew up to be a strong man! I hope you find comfort in knowing he has a new body! I’m lucky to have known him!

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  3. I remember meeting Mike at one of my first years of MDA camp!Although he was limited to a lot of physical activities NOTHING limited his mind or mouth haha.You never knew what he would say next.He was either the life of the party or the quite guy just soaking up the fun.He had a way with flirting with the ladies at camp as well!!As we grew (I’m clearly a few years younger) I saw him battle many things due to his disability.I also saw that it never stopped him.He is an inspiration and big brother to so many of us at camp.Although my heart is broken for his family I hope they find peace in knowing he is FREE!!!No more tubes,wires and wheelchair…Pure freedom!

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  4. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. I know your hearts are heavy and this will not be an easy road to walk. I will keep your family in my prayers. May the Lord bring you all great comfort. Again, I am so sorry.

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  5. We love you guys and are praying for you often!!!!

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  6. I want to send my thoughts and prayers to Mike’s family. I was a counselor at camp for many years with Mike. He was a wonderful person who always made you laugh. He was a ladies man who was always a gentleman. I know he is enjoying his freedom running and playing through the streets of gold. May you his family find the peace that he is happy and free. He will always be around to hear you when you want to talk to him. Please know I am praying for you. Mike you will be missed.

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  7. Kim, I am so very very sorry to hear about your son. I pray you feel God’s love around you. I hope you are fully aware of what a warm, compassionate and giving heart your have. The care you provided to others while still caring for your own is phenomenal. Thanks for teaching me that everyone, no matter how crowded a life is, has room to give.

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  8. Kim, Ed, Jake, and Neki, there are no words to describe the incredible pain and loss that we share with you. Mike will be so sorely missed. We are keeping all of you in our prayers. Please never hesitate to ask us whenever you need something.

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  9. I am so sorry to hear of you all’s loss. Michael was a fine young man, who left an impression on all who met him. He will most definitely be missed.
    I will hold the family close in thought & prayer.

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  10. I was a camp counselor and also did Arts and Crafts at the MDA camp that Mike attended. He was an inspiration to everyone there! He was a jokester and a “ladies man” there- but always a gentleman about it. He never let his limitations get in the way of any camp activites- if he wanted to participate- the counselors “made it happen” for Mike! I will always remember his headset super soaker backpack! If you heard the “FIRE” you’d better get out of his way- he was aiming for you and you were bound to get wet!

    I sending my thought and prayers to his family! He’s now running and playing soccer with the angels! The heaven’s have obtained a beautiful angel- and we shall one day see Mike again! Your MDA camp family & I love you and we won’t forget you!

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  11. I loved you from the moment I found out I was pregnant, you are the strongest man I know, I miss you beyond words, I rejoice in your salvation and know I will see you again Love Mom

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  12. My prayers to the Lamon family in your hour of loss. You are in my heart and prayers. Michael is with The Lord now, I know.

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  13. I will always remember the first time I was researching power soccer and interviewing players. Michael was so pumped about finally having a sport to play, and he told me, “I want to be like the David Beckham of power soccer.” It was a blessing to know him and witness all the good times that he, Ryan, and his teammates had together. I hope he and Ryan are living it up now that they have been freed from this life. Rest in power, Michael!

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  14. Mike when ever I would see you in the halls of Granby you always had uplifting words to say, when I was going through some tough times you would always encourage me when you saw me. I will miss you love in Christ Ms. Dee

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  15. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May Michael now rest peacefully, and may God’s love bring you through your sadness and allow you peace.

    With our deepest sympathy,

    Jimmy & Amy Fuhrman

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  16. Dear Lamon Family,
    I finally had the privilege to meet Michael just recently…. In that brief encounter I was touched by a beautiful spirit and a kind loving soul.
    I pray that whatever comforts your heart,or brings you peace, that you’ll find it in the days ahead of this sad time……

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