In Memory

Michelle Wire (Mason)


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09/02/08 04:02 PM #1    

Matthew Lockett

Michelle S. Wire (Mason)- From obituary in Indianapolis Star

30, Plainfield, IL, formerly of Indianapolis, died May 7, 2001. She was a homemaker and a graduate of Ball State University. Burial: Washington Park East Cemetary. Survivors: husband William F. Mason; daughters: Madeline, Sophia Mason; parents: Rodney and Linda Miller Wire; sister: Melissa Wire; brother: Matthew Wire; grandparents: Lonial and Beverly Wire, Marjorie Miller.

09/23/08 09:57 PM #2    

Carrie Cooper (Martin)

Wow. So sorry to hear that Michelle is gone. I was in choir with her all through high school and have many fond memories of her. She was always just the SWEETEST girl.

10/14/08 11:30 PM #3    

Holly Williamson (Hung)

Oh no... I'm shocked. I had no idea that Michelle had passed. Like Carrie said, she was the sweetest girl. She made choir more fun. We used to make fun of Mr. Dunn and she had the cutest little giggle. I only have good memories of her. She was so friendly. To her family, I'm so very sorry for your loss. She is surely missed.

10/17/08 05:21 PM #4    

Matthew Lockett

Michelle and I were acquaintances in H.S., but we became close friends at Ball State. Her death was caused by a blood clot during pregnancy. She was eight months pregnant.

She was a beautiful person inside and out. And a good friend. She is missed.


12/05/08 05:02 PM #5    

Craig Steele

Just read this and im saddend by the news. Michelle was a great human being. I remember Michelle as a very kind and witty at times girl. She was always nice to me. My older sister Karen Steele also was fond of her while she attended Ball State. Michelle will be missed

12/12/08 06:36 PM #6    

Cara Smallwood

I am so sad to hear about this. Michelle was a wonderful friend. We were close in high school. Unfortunately, we drifted apart afterwards. I have thought of her often in recent years and wondered what she was up to. She was one of the first profiles I looked for when I got on here. I am so shocked

I remember that we went to get our hair done together for senior prom. She wanted ringlets (didn't we all). They rolled her hair in perm rollers and put her under the dryer. When she came out of the dryer she looked like a poodle! It was really scary, but Michelle was so sweet about it. The woman ended up fixing it but it was touch and go there for a while.

I just thought I would share a funny story about Michelle.

02/17/09 04:37 PM #7    

Jennifer Berry (Miller)

I am so sad to hear of Michelle's passing. I knew her well from chior and she was such fun to be around. Her relationship with Christ was apparent in all she did. She was a great influence in the chaos of "growing up." She has and will continue to be greatly missed.

02/25/09 12:45 AM #8    

Jamey Tierney (Gibbs)

I am sooo sorry to hear about Michelle's passing. I had no clue. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. She was a wonderful person. She always had a good personality. She had the cutest laugh. A Great Smile!
I will treasure my memories!

Much Love,
Jamey Tierney Gibbs

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