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Michael Frank Miera
September 23, 1951 – October 24, 2021
Michael Frank Miera, 70, passed away on Sunday October 24, 2021. He was born September 23, 1951 in Cheyenne, Wyoming to Antonio and Julia Martinez Miera. He graduated from Kearns High School. He was a member of the Catholic Faith.
He married his only true love Sharon Winkler on February 18, 1984 in Salt Lake City, Utah, in which they had two fantastic kids, Angela Beth and Nicholas Paul of North Ogden. He also has a daughter, Candace Michelle of Ogden; grandchildren, Tristan Beth, Melissa Sierra and River Douglas. He has a son from a previous, Michael and granddaughter, Isabelle of Sandy. He is also survived by his brothers, Charles, Martin, John, and Phillip; his sisters, Barbara Wickens and Linda Green.
He was preceded in death by his parents and also by his brothers, Robert Miera, Steven Miera, Danny Miera, and sister, Jenny Miera. As you can tell he came from a large family.
What words can you use to describe this man, I will use the word extraordinary, but he so much more than that. His deep love for his family was his whole life. He was an amazing husband, a spectacular father, a man of integrity, a man of his word, a man of conviction and he tried so very hard to be a great provider and give us all he could, but the only thing we wanted from him was his deep love for us and for him to be healthy. Objects was not what we wanted from him. He was a successful business owner, a General Contractor, in which he was proud of. He did a lot of contracts with H.A.F.B., GSA Services and has remodeled Judges Chambers.
My husband was man of amazing and I really do mean amazing strength and determination for all the many health challenges that life has thrown at him for the last 16 or so years. And through all the pain and other hardships he was so determined to make it through them for his deep love of our family! He was our rock and foundation. Throughout all his pain he was quite a character, he would love to make us laugh and would make up and sing jingles to us; he probably could become a famous jingle writer one day. He also was a man of imagination; he tried to design inventions, in which one company was interested in, but health issues got in the way. My husband loved to cook, he enjoyed camping, carpentry and of course Dodge Trucks. The most he loved was the love of his family. I just don’t understand why one “Great Man” had to endure all these health challenges and be in such pain all the time. I know it hurt him deeply for us having to go through all this with him, but we would do it all-over again. In my heart, I believe he will be rewarded so much in the life he is in now, a life he is preparing at this moment for us when our time comes to join him. What a Reunion that will be!
I know he is pain free now and that makes me so very happy, and it helps me get through some of this, but I lost my purpose, my heart and my will that day, My husband was my everything and I do mean “My Everything”. He was my husband of 42 years. All I can say is that I have the “Very Best!” And boy was I blessed and am very thankful for the day I met you and giving me and this world such wonderful children and grandchildren! Thank you so much! I just wished we there was at least 20 more years if not more! Hold my hand so very tightly when you can, my love, fly so very high with the Angels pain free! I wished I was there to see you when you realized you were in no more pain! True love does not have a happy ending because true love NEVER ENDS!
YOU WILL FOREVER BE MY AWAYS!
A Celebration of His Life will be held at another time TBA, so we can give him the spectacular celebration he deserves, a few days is just not enough for this man, My Hero, believe me! If need email me email@example.com.
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