Michael Eugene Secaur

Michael E. Secaur, 51, passed unexpectedly on Thursday, March 29, 2018, in Waterford, Michigan, in his sleep of congestive heart failure. He was born on December 16, 1966, in Mason City, Iowa, to the late Max Eugene and Rose Marie (Demali) Secaur. He graduated from North Farmington High School in the Class of 1985. After graduating high school, he pursued his dreams of cooking by attending culinary school. After culinary school, he was able to fulfill his passion for cooking as a chef in various local restaurants.

Michael was a fun loving guy for all that knew him, lived life to the fullest, and had a great sense of humor that made everyone laugh.

Left to share and cherish his memories are his three children, Michael E. Secaur, Jr., Miranda Rose Secaur, Meghan Amber Secaur, his sister, Michele M. Secaur-Sullivan, her husband, James Sullivan, Jr., his cousins, Julie Siciliano
and Stephen Secaur, many aunts and uncles, and a host of loving and caring friends.

In his memory, a tree is going to be planted in Waterford, by his daughter, Meghan A. Secaur.

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  1. I knew Michael and it’s truest a loss for those who knew him.
    My condolences to the family and friends.

  2. I’m sorry you kids… I knew your dad growing up in Kendallwood … we pal’d around constantly and I have nothing but the best memories of him… stand up guy, him. Planting a tree is a wonderful tribute….

  3. Rick Kettenstock

    I knew your dad since kindergarten and he was always a joyful guy to be around,he will be missed.

  4. Barbara E Platenik

    Mike was a great friend of mine since at least the ag of five. I remember playing duck duck goose with him at school!
    He was very good to me and treated women with great respect.
    After high school graduation, he stopped at my house before moving to California.
    I gave him a care package and wished him well. I applauded the adventure.
    God bless you and thank you for your friendship.

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