Michael “Mike” Dewey Miros

September 15, 1939 - June 4, 2023
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St. Mary's Catholic Church
111 Hampton Ave.
Greenville, SC 29601
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639 North Main Steet
Greenville, SC 29601
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Michael “Mike” Dewey Miros, 83, of Greenville, passed away Sunday, June 4, 2023, with his wife of 62 years by his side. Mike was born to Lucille Pack McManis and Charles Michael Miros on September 15, 1939 in Huntington, West Virginia. He spent his childhood moving around the United States and Europe with his stepfather’sContinue Reading

Mike Ayers left a message on June 8, 2023:
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Dick Murtaugh left a message on June 8, 2023:
Great Man, Mike, pleasant memories of many K of C Tootsie Roll Campaigns. Enjoy one on me. Thank You.
William Cantillion Jr left a message on June 8, 2023:
Sandy & Family-- Sorry to learn of Mike's passing. He was always fun to be with. We crossed paths both socially and professionally during his days at GE and at Carolina Golf. May he rest in peace. Amen.
Kathy Coggins left a message on June 8, 2023:
Beth, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Father. All of you will be in my thoughts and prayers in the days ahead.
Ingeborg Bjöörn left a message on June 8, 2023:
I will always will remember Mike. He ment a lot to me,like a brother. He was a fine person and he always had something pleasent to say! I will miss him! Lots of love Ingeborg
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Paul Rock left a message on June 7, 2023:
One of my funniest memories of Mike was when I was volunteering to be the finish boat in a distance race during the WCSC Hospice race. Mike came across the line having lost all wind and control stern first minus more humorous details. He was certainly an individual that could make you laugh. Condolences to Mike's family and the community at St. Mary's where he was active. Mike will certainly be missed. Rest in peace Commodore and Knight.
Becky & Jim Whitmire left a message on June 7, 2023:
Dear Sandi, Mikey, Beth, Chris and family: What a blessing it has been to get to know the Miros family over the past several years. We will certainly miss Mike's infectious smile and laughter and his unique outlook on life! He obviously lived a full and rewarding life. Take comfort in knowing that he is now free of pain and resting in the Peace of Christ. Love to you all, Bec & Jim
Curt Rubinstein left a message on June 7, 2023:
I had the pleasure of knowing Mike for a short 12 years. My world was better having known and confided in Mike. His inspirational view of life was both humorous and meaningful. We shared the thrill of sailing and golf together. Mike had a unique golfing style he would cuss first then hit the ball.
Chuck Ballew left a message on June 7, 2023:
Mike was a friend to many. Always smiling with an invitation to sail. Spend many pleasant hours sailing alongside him on Lake Hartwell. His steady hand and pleasant demeanor will be missed.. Prayers to the family.
Debbie left a message on June 6, 2023:
We are so sorry to hear about your loss of Mike. He was such a joy when he would come to Coach House Restaurant, he would always tap dance for us and put a smile on our faces. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all Coach House Restaurant
Ed Sherman left a message on June 6, 2023:
Mike received that “Clear Call” Sunday, crossed the bar and a part of me went with him. He was truly an outstanding man. The close friendship we shared for years was filled with laughter, travel, tacking and the kind of love only true friendship provided.
Dell left a message on June 6, 2023:
Growing up with the Miros family as neighbors gave me a lifetime of memories. Many of these memories came from road trips and sailing adventures with “Big Mike” at the helm. From riding in the back of his white pickup to the infamous sailing trip to Beaufort and Hilton Head, I can still hear him laughing in between his teeth as they held on tight to his pipe. Mike included this Protestant in his family’s Catholic outings. We spent many hours at the Knights of Columbus, eating good food, playing bingo, and seeing Mike care for his people. He wasn’t about the show. He was sincere. I have a vivid memory of Mike whispering to me to let him know if I ever needed anything. I knew he truly meant that. You can’t think about Mike without thinking about his love of his faith and his love for his family and friends. His example is a model of how God wants us to love and care for the people we know and for those we do not know. I am grateful to have known and loved Mike and am thankful to be considered part of his wonderful family. I love you all! Dell
Connie Crosby left a message on June 6, 2023:
I am so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. He was always so nice and had the sweetest smile. My heartfelt sympathy to Sandy, Mike and all the family. May he Rest In Peace.
Cindy Pacewic Brown left a message on June 6, 2023:
Dear Sandi, Mikey, Beth, Chris & family: It has been a privilege to be a “buddy” of Mike for over 50 yrs,- ever since our families met when Mikey & I were in K5 at St Mary’s School :) . Mike loved greatly & he was greatly loved in return. His big smile & bear hugs & contagious laugh were the best! I always knew he loved me as if I were his own. He will be greatly missed. He and Pop are back together again; laughing & cutting up & giving out KofC Christmas baskets in heaven :) May Mike rest in The Peace of Christ & may you all be comforted by Our Lord’s Divine Mercy. Sending you all love & prayers, Cindy & Bill Brown
Jerry Shamroe left a message on June 6, 2023:
Mike was my dear friend, brother in the Knight, and mentor. I always said he was twice the man I am...He ran the Christmas Basket program for 26 years, I only managed to run it for 13. He will be gravely missed.
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