Let the memory of Michael be with us forever
  • Passed away on February 27, 2005 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Michael Aunkst . We will remember him forever.
Posted by Collin Carpenter on June 8, 2018
To my uncle Mike i came across this page and had to write you something. Even though we have never met before I know you are watching over the entire family, I have always wanted to become a fire fighter for along time i just never took the step towards it I just ask that you watch over me as i am following the family tradition & working towards becoming a career fire fighter. Please guide me through it as i am coming up on my Fire fighter entrance exam and want to knock it out of the park. Love your Nephew Collin.
Posted by Brian Quick on February 22, 2017
Still remember you my friend.
Posted by Arlene Wilson on February 27, 2016
Good morning brother Mike Aunkst. I wanted to write to you this morning since it's the 11th anniversary of your passing. I love you and miss you every day. We are all doing well and my son Trevor Carpenter your nephew became a firefighter paramedic in Texas not long ago. Keep him safe as you are his uncle and his firefighter angel. Continue to watch over our brothers David Aunkst and Shawn Aunkst who are still firefighters in Texas and Nebraska. I love and miss you always. You left us too soon brother and until we meet again hugs and kisses from your little sister Arlene.
Posted by Teresa Aunkst on November 3, 2014
I think of you everyday. You would be so proud of Liza going to the UK and going to college to become a social worker. I just ordered a shirt with the saying I'm not a widow I'm a wife my husband is on the other side waiting for me. Still love and miss you always Teresa
Posted by Arlene Wilson on October 12, 2014
To my brother mike I miss you and I know your watching down over all of us. You were such a blessing to everyone that knew you. It's almiost ten years since you have passed and I just found this site and I wanted to say hello to you up above and tell you how much I love you. Until we see each other again brother just know how much you mean to all of us. Love your little sister Arlene.
Posted by David Aunkst on October 12, 2014
Hello my brother, in family and in Fire Fighting, I miss you and think often of your crazy self. A lot of memories that always crack me up of the things you did. Love ya Brother

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