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Michael Louis Worrell

March 19, 1969 - February 20, 2020

Funeral Home Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Cemetery Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Michael’s life was celebrated at The Church of Living Water on March 7, 2020. Michael’s ashes will remain in a pedestal with a view of Mt. Rainier at Woodlawn Cemetery in Lacey.

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Loved All, Loved By All

Michael Louis Worrell was born in Chehalis, Washington on February 19,1969. Providence coordinated his arrival with the same year humans first set foot on the moon. This event foreshadowed Michael’s love of all things celestial, especially our Lord God, with whom he is now beside. For it was on February 20, 2020 that Michael passed from Earth on his own journey through the universe.

Michael attended schools in Olympia, Lacey, and East Wenatchee. He graduated with honors from Wenatchee High School. He went on to earn a technology degree from South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia. With this knowledge and his lifelong love of all things technical he enjoyed a career in the technology industry.

He was generous with his time and resources and helped family and friends alike benefit from the comforts of technology. He was especially proud of having made a pilgrimage to The Holy Land where he was baptized in The River Jordan.

Families come in all shapes and sizes and Michael’s is no exception. Margaret and Don are his birth mother and father. Joyce is also his mother. His sister is Annette and his brothers include Randy, Ron, James Michael, Mark, Dennis, and Daniel.

Michael’s life was celebrated at The Church of Living Water on March 7, 2020. Michael’s ashes will remain in a pedestal with a view of Mt. Rainier at Woodlawn Cemetery in Lacey. He will be placed in Deer Creek Niche NW, row 5 space 4 for all to visit Michael.