Mike Fay Obituary – Cause of Death: Michael “Mike” Joseph Fay, 57, of Waverly, kicked the container startlingly on Thursday, October 15, 2020, at Unity Point-Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo.
Mike was considered September 20, 1963, in Sumner, Iowa, the offspring of John and Edna (Franzen) Fay. He was inundated and insisted at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Sumner. He proceeded onward from Sumner High School with the class of 1982. He then went to NICC in Calmar, obtaining a degree in auto mechanics. He worked for a couple of farmers and Ford organizations. On July 25, 1992, he participated in association with Anita Platten at Immaculate Conception Church in Sumner. To this affiliation three adolescents were imagined; Katie, Kristie and Kurt Fay. The couple later isolated. In January of 1997, he began working at John Deere in Waterloo serving in a couple of cutoff points, most very social gathering and survey and remained there until the hour of his passing.
Mike was a drawn-out individual from St. Mary Catholic Church in Waverly. He was joyful, senseless and committed. He was alluded to by friends and family as a jokester, consistently pulling off a trick or poking fun. His life was highlighted by consistent stunts. As a child, he drove his horse into the house, up the means, and into his room. As an adult, he would drive his bicycle through the house, since he could. He had an earth track that offered an accommodating spot to ride cruisers and four-wheelers; in any case, the yard was rarely distant. He engaged doughnuts in the yard since it cut down on the cutting! “Whatever Flips Your Trigger” was his reaction to various requests.
Mike’s dedication to his friends and family was showed up from various perspectives, from fixing vehicles to fishing trips. He gave, in any event, a touch of the grace of gold and was persistently endeavouring to help those in a tight spot. In his accessible time, he venerated putting energy with family and time in the kitchen where he blazes seared the best steaks and arranged the best treats. “Mike’s Cookies” were acclaimed among friends and family.
Mike is made due by his three children; Katie (Nick Poppe), of Sumner, Kristie Fay, of Waverly, and Kurt Fay of Denver, one grandson, Deklen Poppe, seven kin and sisters; Joanne (Bob) Huss, of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, Frank Fay, of McComb, Illinois, Christine (Ed) Tibesar, of Cedar Rapids, James (Barbara) Fay, of Waverly, John (Joyce) Fay, of Waverly, Barbara (Jay) Hageman, of Decorah, and David Fay, of Fredericksburg, and various aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. He is gone before death by his people, and two sisters; Diane and Kathy Fay.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 22, 2020, at St. Mary Catholic Church in Waverly with Fr. David Wathier coordinating. The appearance will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21, 2020; at the Kaiser-Corson Funeral Home in Waverly with a Scripture Service to be held at 7 p.m. Appearance will continue for one hour before the Mass at the gathering on Thursday. Remembrances may be composed to the family and online feelings may be left at www.daily5techtips.com.
Kaiser-Corson Funeral Home in Waverly is liable for plans.
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