Michele Granger
December 15, 1953 - October 20, 2018
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Dr. Michele (Mickey) Marie Granger, 64, of Springfield, Missouri, born December 15, 1953, in Syracuse, New York, passed away peacefully, Saturday, October 20, 2018. Michele had many passions. One of her greatest passions was her career and positively impacting other’s lives. After graduating from Central Missouri State University, she rocketed straight into a career in…

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Olga Kontzias Psillis left a message on October 13, 2019:
It’s almost a year since my sweet and beautiful friend passed and not a day goes by that I don’t think of her. I had always shared a visit to an exhibition, a play a movie or book. Often I would send her photos of a particular design I saw - just this past spring There was an exhibit of Pierre Cardin .michele and I were in Oaris in 2015 and spent an entire morning at the Cardin Museum. The curator knew we were fashionistas and let us touch the garments - unheard of! The same garments were on exhibit and I thought back to the fun Michele and I, I, sad she’s no longer here for me to share experiences but aim so very happy she was in my life. Rest In Peace my Bella
Heather Kane left a message on October 25, 2018:
My deepest condolences to Michele's family. She was a strong mentor in my life and a women that I looked up to because of her strength, independence, creativity, drive, intelligence, and vibrant personality. She showed me so much support as an advisor and friend. I traveled to Paris with her and that experience has remained one of the most inspirational experiences of my life. I owe much of my success to her. She believed in me and I am eternally grateful to her.
Teresa & Jim Mace left a message on October 24, 2018:
Annie sending you, Armando, and the "babies" prayers and love. Will miss your mothers energy, laugh, and passion for education. She was a joyful soul and an inspiration. I know how much she loved you and adored being a "Grand Mother."
Philip Rothschild left a message on October 24, 2018:
I'm so sorry to hear for Michelle's passing. She was a light for all who knew here. The COB at MSU will miss her and our condolences extend to her family.
Joan Cologna left a message on October 24, 2018:
Annie and family, We are so very sorry to learn that your mom has died. We recall memories of you on Breckenridge Place-Juliana being your sitter, little "Spike" nipping at Jenalee and Jeremy as the walked home from school, your "Chewey" dog's unfortunate end, your cats lying on the manhole cover in the street, and the fire that happened while you were abroad. We are sending our sincere sympathy to you and your family. You are in our thoughts. The Cologna Family (former neighbors)
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Johanna Gardner left a message on October 22, 2018:
Mickey was a dear sorority sister. I have so many memories of her during our time together at Central Missouri State University and Alpha Sigma Alpha. Mickey was vibrant and intelligent. She always had a smile on her face and a hug to give. She will be missed by many. Heavenly Hugs Mickey, Johanna
left a message on October 22, 2018:
Qu’elle repose en paix. Je m’ennuierai beaucoup.
Susie Anderson left a message on October 21, 2018:
May I offer my deepest condolences to the family of Dr. Michele Granger because of the passing away of your loved one. Jesus wept when he saw the grief people felt at the death of his friend Lazarus before he resurrected him. John 11: 35,38-44. Jesus performed other resurrections. Luke 7:11-17; Luke 8: 49-56 These resurrections provide a hope of future resurrections when he reigns as King of God’s Kingdom. May these scriptures give you some comfort at this time of grief and sorrow. Matt 6:10; Dan 2:44; Psalms 37:29
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