Mike Deagle Obituary, Death – On November 15, Michael Deagle was only 50 years old when he passed away unexpectedly. He was the son of Mary Ann and Ed Deagle and was born on June 28th, 1966 in the state of Massachusetts. His undergraduate education was completed at the College of William & Mary, and he went on to earn master’s degrees in public policy and business administration from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and the Sanford Public Policy Institute, respectively.
He was a devoted father who never stopped worrying about his children and did all in his power to provide for his family, including everything he could do for us. He made it a habit to see us whenever he had the opportunity, even if it was only for a few of hours, even though he lived far away. He would always wake us up with a special “daddy wakeup” whenever he could, and he would always make sure to tuck his children in whenever he had the opportunity. When our family got together every Friday for “Family Movie Night,” he would always sit and cuddle with us, and anytime one of us was unable to sleep, he would always welcome us into “The Big Bed.
” He worked as hard as he did so that his family might have a better life, and he worked continuously long hours and under terrible pressures for us. He did this for us because he cared about us. He was a wonderful example of kindness and thoughtfulness, and it was clear that he cherished his family—especially his wife and children. The month of October marked Mom and Dad’s 18th wedding anniversary, which they just just celebrated. He was always ready to lend a hand to anybody among us had a requirement of some kind. He never stopped being grateful to each and every person who had a role in his life.
He was known as the “finder” of the family for any item that had gone missing. In addition, he provided technical help (together with his trusty sidekick Connor), was in charge of fighting stains, eradicated spiders, and was just generally the person who got everything done. He held the time he got to spend with his loved ones in our magnificent house in Duck, North Carolina, in the highest regard. He was very pleased to be able to provide us with such a lovely setting for reminiscing, and this is something that we will continue to do. We went skiing together, went to the beach together, and even celebrated his 50th birthday with a major trip to London and South Africa together. We had a lot of fun traveling together. That vacation will be one of the highlights of our life from this point forward.
He was cherished in his roles as husband, father, brother, son, and friend in addition to colleague and friend. He improved the lives of each and every one of us, and we shall miss him tremendously. On the evening of Thursday, November 17, 2016, at the Adams Green Funeral Home, the family will be there to greet friends from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. On Friday, November 18, 2016, at 2:00 PM, there will be a memorial ceremony conducted at Adams Green Funeral Home.