Michael McMillin Obituary, Michael McMillin has died – Death Cause
Michael McMillin Obituary, Death – On Thursday, March 30, 2023, Michael Leroy McMillin, who had lived in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, for the most of his 72 years, passed away in the comfort of his own home. He was 72 years old. The thirty-first of March was the day he passed away. An open house will be held in honor of Mike on Friday, April 14, from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Raintree Clubhouse, which is located at 825 SW Raintree Drive in Lee’s Summit, Missouri 64082. You can find the address for the clubhouse here.
Mike McMillin was brought into the world by his parents, LeRoy and Frances (Reed) McMillin, on the 30th of September, 1950, in the city of Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States. His parents decided to honor LeRoy’s mother by naming their son after her. Mike spent a sizeable portion of his working life as a golf course superintendent. This was a significant part of his career. The most important thing to him in life was the connection he shared with those he cared about, whether it be his family or his friends. Michael has a strong appreciation for nature in all of its forms, one of which being the natural environment it was situated in. Aside from that, he was an avid follower of both the Kansas City Chiefs and the music scene in the city.
Mike’s parents, LeRoy and Frances McMillin, as well as his sister, Posy Trefz, and brother, Danny Centimeno, all passed away before Mike did. Mike’s own demise came after the deaths of his parents, sister, and brother.
Here to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Carol Sue McMillin or Susie as many know her; daughter, Stace Carter (Darin); son, Chris McMillin (Cara); brothers Carl Beer (Pat), Pat McMillin (Freda); and Kenny Frederick (Jean); sister, Cheryl Douglas; five grandchildren, Jacob Carter, Gavin Carter, Pistil McMillin, Pepper McMillin, and Fisher McMillin; and many nieces and nephews.
In memory of Mike’s passion for making sure that birds always had access to a healthy diet, we would like to humbly request that you give some thought to donating bird seed in addition to flowers and plants. This is in honor of Mike’s dedication to making sure that birds always had access to a healthy diet.