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In Loving Memory of Michael Doran Hoover

12/23/1945 - 6/24/2019

$4,105  raised
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Young-Nichols Funeral Home
Tipton, IN

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Mike graduated from Tipton High School in 1964. He loved trees - he would call them "God's natural cathedrals". He loved the Purdue Boilermakers. He had a remarkable memory, remembering old and new friends; some say he never met a stranger. The family appreciates any monetary donations to assist with the funeral services.
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Funeral Funders (23)
James Huffman
John Nepsa
“Mikie” was a buddy and friend, he is missed. Knuckle-Bump and GodSpeed Signed as “Nepsie” that’s what he called me.
Galen Burns
I knew Mike for nearly 50 years. His presence will be sadly missed. My sympathies to Michelle and Rick, and Arlene.
Greg & Marita Moss
Mike will be sadly missed. He has been a great friend for 50 years & the cornerstone of the "Purdue Group."
Erin Datzman
Randy Quick
St. Luke's Chancel Choir Tenors
Sara Walling
Patricia Kahl
Mike was a great friend for many years. I loved his humor, and deep faith. He will always be loved and remembered by me, especially during Purdue's football and basketball seasons!
Marsha Hutchinson
Michael was such an example of a good and faithful servant...he loved our Lord. We had many conversations that I will always treasure. He helped me to lead a group discussion at St. Luke’s about organ donation and transplants. What a special and humble man whose friendship I will always remember.
Les Culbertson
I met Mike in 1973 and I will miss him . He was one of a kind.
He was a SUPER guy !!!
World Tenor Federation
Rest In Peace, sir.
Joy Foster
So sorry to hear of your loss. We will miss Mike in choir.. Joy Foster S2
St. Luke's UMC
Our hearts go out to Arlene, Michelle and Rick with the lose of their brother and our old friend, Michael D. He was "one of a kind" for sure. A good friend and true Boilermaker, a terrific orator, a lover of music and barbershop harmony. Mike never hesitated to speak his mind. And he did so eloquently and with heart. He will be missed.
Patrick and Melinda O'Neil
The Tony Austin Family
Our deepest sympathy. We will miss our dear, dear friend.
James Austin
Laura Duvall-Whitson
Mike was a sweet and gentle soul and we will miss him in the choir. My deepest sympathy to his family.