Michael D. Mader
Tawas City, Michigan
October 1, 1949 - October 18, 2019
Michael D. Mader
Age 70, of Tawas City, MI passed away on Friday, October 18, 2019 at Iosco County Medical Care Facility. He was born on October 1, 1949 in Saginaw, MI to the late Frank and Catherine Mader (nee Lanning). Mike was a very talented artist, an avid fisherman and hunter. He loved playing all kinds of card games. Mike also previously held the position of Grand Noble in the Odd Fellows Club. He is survived by 8 brothers and sisters, Evelyn Kraenzlein, Patricia Morrison, Richard Mader, Ken Mader, Kate Howey, Frank Mader, Joe Mader and Nancy Bailey. Mike is also survived by his best friend, Dianna Milliman and several nieces and nephews who adored him. Private arrangements were handled by the Buresh Funeral Home in Tawas City, MI. You may offer condolences at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
We will miss you dearly, but you will live on in our hearts and memories filled with laughter and mischief. Rest In Peace, my dear uncle and friend.
— Stella Painter
Prayers for the family. Sorry for your loss Mome was a very interesting person known quite a few years ago
— Eileen Castonguay-Kindell
Uncle Mike was like a Dad to me. He walked me down the aisle at my wedding. He will ALWAYS be with me. The Lord has set him free. He has been released from his earthly bonds, and is now 6' tall, running, jumping, playing ball, and everything he could no longer do. Love you forever Uncle Mike
— Fran Heegeman
So sorry .... Mike was such a free spirit, so full of life, love, and such a gentleman... May he be free of pain, and run like the wind in Heaven... Prayers for the family, to help heal the heart...
— Victoria Timreck
Little Uncle Mike was the best Great Uncle anyone could ask for. From the times he would scare me to the times he would play with me at family reunions, I will always have great memories with him. I will alway remember him as the one who loved to play cards, draw with me, and make puzzles with me. He will be missed and cherished by all.
— Emma Brinkman
Mike was a HUGE part of my childhood! He was ALWAYS a part of all our camping trips on the Ausable River! He loved playing with all of us kids and we loved him! He will truly be missed! I know the fish will always be biting in heaven Uncle Mike!
— Amanda Lossing (Porter)
Sorry to see you leave us but know Grandma Grandpa your brothers Ray Don and Al and sister Fran opened arms when you came home to them.
— Al and Beth Kraenzlein
Mike, catch lots of fish. We had some very great times together.
— Ronald Timreck
My prayers go out to the family. Mike was an amazing man, despite his "size" he live and worked "bigger" than a lot of "normal" people. He loved to joke around and play with us kids, and was a great roll model for us. He will be greatly missed.
— Cheryl (Cheri) Sheridan
My days at the facility will never be the same, I'll miss this prankster.. Everyday I got to work with him was something different. He really has no idea how much he touched my life, he made my bad days good and my good days better. Throw them duce's to wind. Love you Michael
— Your CNA Mistie 😇