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Michael Lawrence Tingley
May 29, 1958 ~ January 28, 2017

Mike Tingley passed away on Saturday January 28, 2017, age 58 after complications from heart surgery.  Mike will be remembered by his best friend and partner of four years, Ryan.  
Mike is survived by his partner, Ryan Hanish of Shakopee, MN; father Harold Tingley of Jackson, MI; brothers Scott Tingley of Jackson, MI and Marc Tingley and his wife Christy of Cordova, TN; 4 nieces;1 nephew and a great-niece and great-nephew.  Mike is preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Tingley, sister-in-law Sue Tingley and grandparents.
Mike enjoyed camping, motorcycles, playing piano and organ, singing, hand bell choir, cooking, traveling and spending time with Ryan.  Mike graduated from Northwest High School Class of '76 in Jackson, MI.
Mike had a big heart and knew how to love unconditionally and knew how to take life by the horns.
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Daniel Gariepy
2017-05-27 03:00:16
An unforgettable, gentle man of integrity and heart. His time came too soon and he will be missed.
Mary Graunke
2017-05-27 02:59:04
Ryan- I'm so sad to read this. My sincere condolences and prayers to you. Find strength during this time of mourning, and may all the memories you've shared with Michael bring a smile to your face and warmth to your heart.
Peace and love, Mary Graunke
Cheryl Klima
2017-05-27 02:57:24
Mike was a great man to work with. He was compassionate to the people he served and everyone who knew him knew he had a heart for the people he worked with. Mike will be remembered for his quick wit, his personality and a gentle man who always smiled. I am privileged to have worked with him at two separate agencies. My heartfelt condolences to all his loved ones. Rest in peace my friend.
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