In memory of
Ygnacio Miguel "Mike" Calderon
In memory of
Ygnacio Miguel "Mike" Calderon
YGNACIO “MIKE” MIGUEL CALDERON February 1, 1936 ˜ February 4, 2021 Ygnacio “Mike” Miguel Calderon was born Feb. 1, 1936, in Austin, TX, passed away Feb. 4, 2021, from the Coronavirus, two days after his 85th birthday. Mike was a man of tremendous faith and family. After high school, he joined the air force, where he met the love of his life, Ruth. They were married for 63 wonderful years. After his military service, he worked for the Gerson Company as a traveling salesman for 41 years. Mike was involved in many church ministries over the years, including the Knights of Columbus. He also started the Spanish ministry at St. John’s Catholic Church. Mike leaves behind four children, Joanne (Carl), Steve (Holly), Scott and Anthony (Tanessa); eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was one of 13 siblings, three of which are still living. Mike inspired and guided countless people through the years with a smile and was always willing to lend a helping hand. Mike said he wanted to be remembered for the faith he lived by and the love of family. Join us for a virtual ceremony Thursday, Feb. 11, Rosary at 10:30, memorial at 11 a.m., go to YouTube.com . In the search bar type St. John’s The Evangelist Catholic Church and pay tribute to a truly wonderful man. Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
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In memory of
Ygnacio Miguel "Mike" Calderon
YGNACIO “MIKE” MIGUEL CALDERON February 1, 1936 ˜ February 4, 2021 Ygnacio “Mike” Miguel Calderon was born Feb. 1, 1936, in Austin, TX, passed away Feb. 4, 2021, from the Coronavirus, two days after his 85th birthday. Mike was a man of tremendous faith and family. After high school, he joined the air force, where he met the love of his life, Ruth. They were married for 63 wonderful years. After his military service, he worked for the Gerson Company as a traveling salesman for 41 years. Mike was involved in many church ministries over the years, including the Knights of Columbus. He also started the Spanish ministry at St. John’s Catholic Church. Mike leaves behind four children, Joanne (Carl), Steve (Holly), Scott and Anthony (Tanessa); eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was one of 13 siblings, three of which are still living. Mike inspired and guided countless people through the years with a smile and was always willing to lend a helping hand. Mike said he wanted to be remembered for the faith he lived by and the love of family. Join us for a virtual ceremony Thursday, Feb. 11, Rosary at 10:30, memorial at 11 a.m., go to YouTube.com . In the search bar type St. John’s The Evangelist Catholic Church and pay tribute to a truly wonderful man. Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
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