Michael Massie

Michael L Massie

January 18, 1954 - April 11, 2020
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Michael L Massie, 66 years, of Winchester, passed away on Saturday, April 11, 2020, at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Mike was born in Latham, Pike County, Ohio, on January 18, 1954, the son of Bonnie (Adams) and the late Charles Massie. Mike was employed by Woods Lumber Company, in Peebles. He was a member of the Sons of the American Legion, Peebles #594, and the National Cutting Horse Association.
In addition to his father, Mike was preceded in death by a sister, Machella Massie. He is survived by his wife, Wanda (Gaffin) Massie, whom he married on December 31, 1992, and by two daughters, Karlita (Tony Davis) Massie, of Latham; and Beth (Marty) Clay, of Latham, as well as a daughter of the heart, CeCe Hummel, of Winchester. He leaves behind his mother, Bonnie Massie, of Latham; a sister, Marita Massie, of Latham, several nieces and nephews, and two grandchildren, Madison Clay and Cutter Clay.
Graveside funeral services, officiated by Mike Brown, will be held at the convenience of the family, with burial following in the Gardner Cemetery, in Pike County. The family is grateful for all thought and prayers, but with social distancing in effect, requests that only close family members attend the services.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Wallace-Thompson Funeral Home. Please visit us at www.wallacethompson to sign our online guestbook.
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clyta carter

Posted at 08:28am
So sorry for your loss

Phil and Vicki Rhonemus

Posted at 09:06pm
Dear Wanda and Family,
Shocking to find out about Mike. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayer at this time. I will miss seeing Mike and talking to him at various ballgames where I always saw all of you.

Devida Montgomery

Posted at 04:28pm
So sorry about your losing Mike. He was a gentle soul and will never be forgotten. Carie and I will keep your family is in our prayers.
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Heather Moore

Posted at 07:16pm
Anyone that knew Mike had to love him. He was a big teddy bear. He worked for my dad for years and I worked with him in the office. He was so funny. He always made me laugh. When I was a little girl, he and his family went to church with my family. He was a kind and gentle soul. Loved Mike very much. He will be missed!!

Stella Fristoe

Posted at 05:16pm
So sorry for your loss Wanda. Prayers for all the family.

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