Lysic: Michael, 60 of Jerome died March 26, 2023, at home. Born February 14, 1963, in Longmont, Colorado the son of John and Barbara (Pingel) Lysic. Preceded in death by father and half-brother Scott Ogle. Survived by Mother, wife the former Shelli Garofalow and these children Wendy married to Cole Montgomery, Steven Michael Lysic, Kalie Lysic, Brett Lysic, Julie Lysic, and Nicole married to Matthew Weakland. He is the loving grandfather of Bodie, Blake, Madison, Mylee, Maycee, and Jared. He is the brother of Susan Wife of Paul Rosenbaum, John married to Charlotte Lysic and half siblings Kathy married to Michael Ping, and Jonna married to Jim Nesbella . Mike is also survived by his birth father Richard Ogle married to Kay Ogle, many nieces, nephews, and in-laws. He was a proud Marine Corp. Veteran and loved being with his family. He was a real life superhero. He was made an honorary firefighter for saving a woman and her baby from a burning home, catching them out of their second story window. Years before he ran into a burning home and saved a man, pulling him out. He found a runaway child that had been missing and was able to convince him to go home to his family. He caught a man falling in a grocery store, while having a heart attack; he helped him and held him until the ambulance got there, saving his life. He was born to be a hero. He was our hero, everyday. He was hands down the funniest person you could ever meet. He could have done standup comedy. He told the best stories and exaggerated all of them in the best way. He also made the best breakfast you could ever eat; if you came to the house remotely around breakfast time, you were force fed massive omelets, potatoes and french toast. He loved canoeing, floating practice, fishing, making chili, flying kites, fireworks, splash competitions (which he won every time), golfing, Bruce Springsteen, Tabasco sauce and America. He showed up to all of his kids major events in a full suit and also wore one to vote every year, always saying he would get dressed up for such a privilege we have in this country. He thought his wife was the most beautiful women in the world and bragged about his kids as if they cured cancer. The world lost a real life super hero. Family will receive friends from 1 until 4 P.M. Saturday at the George E. Mason Funeral Home, Inc. Davidsville.
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