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Michael Joseph Farrell
April 11, 1969 ~ November 4, 2023 (age 54) 54 Years Old
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Michael was a caring soul to his partner Becky, his father Tom, deceased mother Theresa Spencer, his sisters Charlene and Mary, brother Kevin, daughter Jennifer, and son Cory, as well as to his grandkids and nieces and nephews.
He left this world peacefully on Saturday, November 4, 2023, after his long battle with cancer at the age of 54 years old. Mike was a brave soul, who thought that any day his feet touched the floor, and the sun was shining it was a good day.
Michael was born in Labrador City, NL in 1969, later moving to Calgary in search of a good job, in which he found work as a pipe liner. In 2009, he attended SAIT to become an Automotive Service Technician, and from his determination and hard work he graduated in 2012 and was awarded a Red Seal certificate.
He loved tinkering with things to find out how they worked and was very creative. There was nothing he couldn't fix when he set his mind to it and was always up to the challenge when friends or family asked him for help to fix something.
Mike had a love for airsoft, camping, taking trips, fishing, and driving all over to see new things. He always wanted to travel but really didn’t get the chance until he was able to go to Jamaica on 2 occasions and there, he got to experience many firsts. It was his dream to go parasailing, which he did, ate jerk chicken, went snorkeling, watched hummingbirds, and became friends with Spotty the puffer fish.
He had a goofy sense of humor. He knew how to tell a good story or tell a good joke in which he would be the first to laugh and in turn made the rest of us laugh. He crowned himself the king of deep-frying fish and chips and making onion rings.
Mike had a good life, put up a good fight, and in the end went out peacefully. He will always be remembered in the hearts of all who knew and loved him.