Michael Case, 62, of Etowah died Thursday, April 25, at his home. A decorated U.S. Army veteran, he received the Bronze Star during the Vietnam War.
A military graveside service will be held 3:00 PM Monday, April 29, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Hubert M. Smith American Legion Post 77, Hedrick-Rhodes Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5206, and Disabled American Veterans Chapter 14 will render honors.
Mike was always so kind to me throughout my life but especially when I was a child. When he came home to visit
on leave he always came to see me. It always made me feel so special. I’m so sorry I didn’t know he has passed until today. I will always think of Mike with love.
Mike was my brother-in-law. Even though it was quite a while ago, to this day, I will always remember him smiling, his respect for everyone, and how he truly loved his children.
Rest in peace, Mike.
Dad, may you finally rest in peace. You are loved and always in my heart. I love you. Kim
Mike was a childhood, very close Friend. Together we hunted, fished, played Pool at the local teen canteen and just grew up together. As I went off to college, Mike was sent off to war in Vietnam. He fought there for a year in direct hand to hand combat. Mike experienced terrible things in war in support of all Americans.
When Mike returned from war, he was a different person. Life was never easy for Mike after that. I will always be Proud of him for the service he gave and my opportunity to have called him Friend.
RIP my Friend.
To the Case family,
Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to you over the loss of Michael. May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and gave everlasting comfort and good hope by means of undeserved kindness, comfort YOUR hearts. 2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17. May the resurrection promise and your cherished memories bring you peace. John 5:21, 28, 29; Matthew 5:5. My deepest condolences.
Rest in peace Mike.
We are very sorry for your loss. You guys are in our thoughts and prayers.
Thinking of you today, tomorrow, and always!!! We love you
I never had a chance to meet my future Father in law. I just know of him from the numerous stories I have been told by his daughter. I am sorry I never got to meet him. My condolences to his family and friends.
We will always remember Mike for his friendship and the days of Mike on his tractor pushing snow off our road. Mike was such a kind hearted person and we will never forget him. Condolences to his family, Lynn his wife his son & daughters and his two step daughters. RIP Mike.