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Born:June 29, 1979
Spokane, WA
Died:August 29, 2007
Bellevue, WA

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Michael was born in Spokane on June 29, 1979 and passed away on August 29, 2007 in Bellevue, WA. 

He is survived by many loving family members; his father Kenny Delger, his Uncle Mike, Aunt Connie, cousins Troy and Christina, and many more. He touched many lives in his short stay here on earth and will be extremely missed by all. He was very accomplished and had a Bachelor's degree from Eastern Washington University and a Master of Business Administration from Gonzaga University. He worked for Boeing in Seattle. He had so many positive attributes but everybody cherished his sense of humor the most. We love you and will treasure the moments we had with you.

A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, September 6, 2007 at 6:00 PM at Eastpoint Church, 15303 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA. Arrangements entrusted to Hennessey Smith Funeral Home & Crematory.

Source: Spokesman Review 9/2/07

Added by Kim Leary


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Personal Notes

I'm so glad we ended up together as cubemates and got to know each other. I'll always remember our crayon drawings, comical IM and email strings, random txt messages, and the multitude of good times we had both in and outside of work. Even when things got really rough Phussel and I could always count on you to make us laugh. My time on AEW&C would not have been nearly as enjoyable (or tolerable) without you there with me.

I crisp high five to you my friend.

Added by Kim Leary

Mike Delgeyy! Thank you so much for all the laughs. I'll never forget our random IM's, your hairy arms, and your gourmet meals consisting of frosted burritos and oatmeal. Thanks for always putting a smile on my face, work will never be the same without you. I'll always miss your contagious laugh, your horrible spelling and your never ending high fives. Until we meet again my friend... *high five* *smack*
Added by Stephanie Kim

doode!! waht r you diong? ahaaha! Well now I feel kinda bad about taping your phone to your desk...well not really. I'll take care of BORIS for you while you're gone. We've talked Rachel Ray into killing herself so you guys should be getting married soon, and Ashton and I have started making a giant snowball 4 U ;). And don't forget to add Gandhi to your friend list when you join Angelster. To my BFF: We love you and miss you and will never forget you.
Added by JJ McCammon

What a joy to work with Mike Delger who made any gathering more fun yet in all of my encounters was sensitive to not do so at someone else's expense. He even brought fun to just walking to meetings. His smile and enthusiasm for life will definitely be missed!
Added by Bill Mickelson

Mike is a great inspiration to me. His sense of humor and quick wit was a ray of sunshine in a sometimes gloomy world. He always brought cheer and life to whatever setting he was in. His passion and zeal will continue to live on in those he touched.
Added by Don Phanco

Crazy, wonderful Mike. Your contagious laugh and enthusiasm uplifted us all. I had too much fun listening to the answers to "which would you rather be..." I said "I miss Mike" a hundred times after you left the program. You knew that one of the secrets to life and joy is laughing and making others laugh at themselves and the world around them. You'll always have a piece of my heart, and I'll never forget you. Until we meet again…
Added by Linnie Heaverlo

There needs to be more people in this world like you. Your sense of humor and positive attitude were an inspiration and we can only hope to carry on the attitude that you showed us. It was our pleasure to get to know you.

Added by Mark Cypher

Thanks for making work so much fun. Your great sense of humor and work dedication made you a pleasure to be around. I will miss you and always remember the good times we had working together.
Added by Gene Cook
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