Michael F. Cunningham

Michael F. Cunningham

December 8, 1946 - August 11, 2013

Michael F. Cunningham

December 8, 1946 - August 11, 2013


Michael F. Cunningham, age 66, of Franklin, TN, passed away on Sunday evening, August 11, 2013, at his residence surrounded by his loving family. Michael was born December 8, 1946 in Lynn, MA, the son of the late John Leo Cunningham and Elizabeth Fay Cunningham. He served his country in the United States Army during Vietnam. Michael was employed in management in the construction industry. His hobbies included collecting both stamps and baseball cards. He was of the Catholic faith. On July 25, 1970, Michael married Linda Roper in Alabama, and they recently celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary. Along with Linda, Michael leaves behind their children, Dione John Sheperd of Columbia, TN and Tracy Mark Raymond of Nashua, NH; two granddaughters, Jessica and Hailey and one sister, Elizabeth Karins of Victor, NY.

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17 responses to Michael F. Cunningham

  1. Linda & Rich says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. We lost a brave and strong fighter, but he will never be forgotten. Sorry for your loss and the Cunningham family mourns with you. He will be deeply missed by family and friends that all knew him. He was fun to be with, hear all his stories, times out in Tennessee, and many stories about his daughters and grandchildren. God bless Michael. Love, The Cunninghams

  3. Linda, Tracy and Dione, I am glad I had the short time I did with my cousin “Mickey” and also with all of you. There are no words for a time like this. He is lucky to have all of you. xoxoxo

  4. We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Mike. He is in Gods care now and no longer suffering. Our prayers and condolences are with all of you.

  5. Linda, we are so sorry. We will miss Mike, but have all the great memories, esp. summers in Maine. We are praying for you and your family to find a way to deal with this terrible loss.

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