Date of Death: January 25, 2019

Service Details

Visitation will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 at the Hohner Funeral Home with the funeral to follow at 1:00 p.m. Please join the family for a celebration of Mike’s life at the Three Rivers Elks Lodge #1248 following the funeral.

Obituary Notice

Michael Todd Richmond, age 52, of Three Rivers, passed away peacefully on January 25, 2019 at the Bronson Methodist Hospital. Mike was born on March 7, 1966 in Paw Paw, MI, the son of the late Ralph C. and Jacqueline (Keene) Richmond.

Mike graduated from Three Rivers High School with the class of 1984. He worked as a skilled tradesman for American Axle and Manufacturing. Mike was a member of the U.A.W. # 2093, Three Rivers Elks #1248, the Moose Lodge #474, and formerly the Three Rivers Eagles #2303.

Mike loved his family, especially his children. He had a wonderful sense of humor and was a gentle soul who loved to laugh with family and friends. Mike enjoyed bowling, playing golf, riding his Harley Davidson, and cheering on the Michigan Wolverines. He also enjoyed attending various sporting events of his children and nieces and nephews.

Mike is survived by five children, Taylor (Brandon) Seager, Jill Richmond, Thomas (Erika) Harrison, Cindy Harrison, and Brianna (Josh) Farris; one sister, Deb (Larry) Smith; three brothers, Steve (Julie), Robert (Liz), and Andy (Kim) Richmond; sister-in-law, Jennifer Richmond; and girlfriend, Teresa Meade. Also surviving three grandchildren and several beloved nieces, nephews, extended family, and many friends. Mike was preceded in death by brother, John Richmond.

Additional Information

Memorial donations in Mikes memory may be donated to the family c/o Taylor Seager.  Envelopes available at the funeral home.

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  1. I first met Mike when we were kids but I knew Deb better since we had classes together. I remember as a kid my dad would go to see their dad and us kids would jump from the loft in the barn to the hay bales below and I was scared, but I did it. I lost touch with Mike some time around high school. We met up again about 4 yrs ago at a high school reunion and did some motorcycle riding together. I was in a bad motorcycle accident and Mike came to one of the benefit rides that were held for my wife and I and Mike did something he didn’t have to do for us, but that was Mike. He was a great man and friend and I will miss him always. Prayers for the family at this sad time. R.I.P. Mike. See you on the other side.

  2. I am shocked and saddened to hear about Mike’s passing. We graduated together from TRHS. We were just friends, albeit from 7th grade on. But I remember Mike as being a quiet and generous man, extremely likeable. The last time I spoke with him he was proudly telling me about his family, not about himself. I am so sorry for the loss of Mike to all who loved him.

  3. Deb and family. So sorry for your loss. He was truly a good person. Knew Mike for some time and worked with him. So sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace Mike. Saying a prayer for your family.

  4. Steve, Deb, Bob, Andy, Taylor, and Family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Although I won’t be there in person, I will be thinking of you the next few days. Mike always had that smile on his face. Remember all the good times as that is what he would of wanted.. Hugs….

    Aunt Linda

  5. Deb and Larry, I am so very sorry for your loss. I did not know Mike but being part of your family he must have been “special”. I am thinking about all of you and you are in my prayers. May your memories of him Give you comfort. Hugs to all. Jan Mcclain

  6. I had the pleasure of being one of Mike’s teachers at Park Elementary. I remember when Mike was in my Cub Scout Den in the early days. He was so much fun and would always come up with a better way to do things. Mike and his brothers and sister had so much fun as a family. I remember many sledding parties and hay rides when my family and his family got together with friends. He will be missed by so many who’s live he touched. In the words of Dr. Seuss, “Death ends a life; Not a relationship.”

  7. Dear Mike, thank you for being such a wonderful and true friend and classmate for the last 40+ years. The class of ’84 will forever hold you in our hearts and remember you always. You will truly be missed by all! Love to your family during this time of loss!

  8. Prayers to to friends and family. Mike is going to be missed he was a great man. Will miss him at the golf course this summer we had fun. We shared lots,of great rides together over the years. Had fun times at the Elks.

  9. Mike and I started kindergarten together and remained friends and class mates through graduation with the class of 1984. I remember fondly many weekends at the Richmond farm having a great time. Mike was quite in school but a great friend, lots of fun to be around and one the smartest people I know. My heart goes out to his family, extended family and his many, many friends. He is with his dad and John now… God bless

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