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To The Friends of Michael
The death of our friend has
saddened us all.
Many of you knew him as Mike
Shaw, King of the afternoon airwaves on 94.9 KOTR, The Mighty Otter!
Many of you knew him from his days flipping hamburgers at the San Simeon Cove
store. Or perhaps he saved your life as an EMT with the Cambria Ambulance or as
a Firefighter/EMT with the Cambria Fire Department.
I have known Mikey from the
mid 1970s, when he was dating my cousin, and later married into my family. We
become best of friends, skateboarding and body surfing the beaches around Long Beach California,
going to incredible stadium concerts of the time, and just generally having a
Mikey followed my family to Cambria, and gladly became ‘Uncle Mikey’ to my daughters, Harmony Rouget
and Heather McFadin, which was a position in life that he greatly respected, was devoted to his nieces, and endeavored to do his best for them at all times.
Their Love for him is deep and real, and their hearts are broken at this news.
As with any friendship, ours
had its difficulties. But I Loved the man, and feel a great loss at his
passing. As we know, his life and health become very difficult in the last few years.
His passing is his release from a difficult world, and the beginning of new,
This is all I can write at
this time. It is the most difficult thing I have had to do in a long time. I
will be writing more soon, so you may know more about his life before Cambria, and other adventures
This web page is a little rough, and I have much to add to it. Please take time to add your thoughts photos
and memories of our Friend. Please revisit later this week, as I will fill in the blanks, as soon as I can.
IF YOU HAVE A PHOTO OF MIKEY
THAT I CAN POST ON THE SITE, PLEASE EMAIL IT TO ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Aka “Richard I”
March 30, 2008
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