Michael “Mickey” McClure
Graveside services at Memorial Park Cemetery will be held for Michael “Mickey” McClure on Monday, March 16, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. He died at his home in Topeka on March 6, 2015.
Mickey was born on December 14, 1953 in Lawrence, KS, the third child of Dr. Rensselaer and Mary Anne McClure.
Mickey attended Sunset Hill Elementary School, West Junior High School, and graduated from Lawrence High School in 1972. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam era. He attended Kansas University graduating with a BA in Political Science.
He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for several years in Lawrence and later in Albuquerque, NM and Santa Fe, NM.
Mickey pursued many interests including inventions, coin collecting, nature study and spiritual matters.
He will be greatly missed by his survivors who loved him deeply; his mother, Mary Anne McClure, Lawrence; sisters, Laura Nash and Cynthia McClure, both of Lawrence; and brothers, David McClure, Henderson, NV and Scott McClure of Albuquerque, NM; and several nieces and nephews.
Sympathies to the family. I went to LHS with Mickey
I grew up with Mickey thru grades k thru 12 and you could not have asked for a better person to be around. Rest in peace old friend
Enjoyed Mickey’s sense of humor. Sorry for your loss. May the peace of the Lord be with you.
Our heartfelt condolences to Michaels family. May your memories always hold him in your heart and carry you thru this difficult time.
So sorry to hear this. I remember Laura, Mickey, David, and Dr. McClure. Mickey and David used to hang out at the Holiday Park pool and we had a lot of fun playing tag and running around. And when I was in Watkins Hospital at KU, it was either Mickey or David working there part time who came into my room and was so kind to me.
Good person, good friend. Mickey was one of a kind. He will be missed.
Mickey was a great guy and friend. We always felt a special kinship since our mothers were at Lawrence Memorial together and we were born just hours apart. From 6th grade on we were in school together, and after graduation our paths would cross several times. After completing classes at KU I was lucky enough to student teach at East Heights. There I had Rosemary King and Mary Anne to help get me ready for what would be a teaching career in special education that lasted 32 years. Mickey and I both loved the country and our dogs. I am very sorry for your loss, and wish to extend my greatest sympathy. A great guy that is gone too soon and who will be missed by many.
Mickey was a great friend during my KU Days. David was a great friend growing up in the Sunset Hills area. I am so very sorry and want to express my sympathy to the McClure family.