In Memory

Mike Ritchart

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10/16/10 11:16 AM #1    

Bruce MacGowan

Mike was always upbeat,  had a great sense of humor and I think all of us were shocked when he died

at such a young age.  Mike was always a very spirited guy who had lots of friends and seemed to have a good sense of where he was going.  

08/29/14 04:20 PM #2    

George Carewe

Mike passed away many, many years ago and to this day I still miss him a bunch. Mike was like a brother and his parents treated me like a son, what a wonderful family. He and I were renting a house when he left us in San Rafael up by the Tennis Club. The parties we had were infamous and still to this day talked about.

Mike, where ever you are, please tilt one back for me when you get a chance!

11/27/14 09:57 AM #3    

Bob Tanner

Ahhh, George, you bring back great memories of Mike. Bob Guider and I were working together at the Tiburon Cove Marin Wine and Spirits that sad day when Mike chose to leave us. I have fond memories of the parties at the SR house as well as my own parties at the 5th and Heatherton house with Bruce Iverson and later Mitch Jadot. Mike attended many - especially our Sunday morning football brunches. I see Guider often now that he's living near me in Scotts Valley and we remember Mike and his vibrant laugh and ear to ear smile. I often think of him driving into the eternal sunset in his Camaro with the top down and from the rear end all you see is "Had Any Lately? I'm Game". Rock on Mike, we miss you.

06/17/20 11:07 AM #4    

Michael Mosier (Mosier)

I have so many memories of Mike, sitting on his deck looking for jobs lol. Going to the inkwells getting naked and meeting girls. And having a bbq steak with him just before he passed. A big smile I will always remember.

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