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Memorial service plans for Michael Prichard announced

09.17.2007 by André Natta · → Leave a comment

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The following information has been posted on personal Myspace profiles and sent out to Sidewalk’s email subscription network this morning:

PRICHARD, MICHAEL DOWLING, age 40, beloved daddy of Marley and Avery, died unexpectedly in an accident at home Friday, September 14, 2007. He was a caring father and a dedicated and loving husband to his wife Christine. Mr. Prichard was self-employed, working in the film and television production industry as well as doing residential construction. He loved gardening, music and the outdoors. He was passionate about traveling and had explored much of the world with Christine, his partner in life for 17 years. He was a great cook, and enjoyed preparing meals for his family daily as well as for get togethers with friends. He was open minded, out spoken, smart, honest and kind. He embraced life with fullness. He cherished his two young children and loved watching them discover the world. Mr. Prichard is survived by his wife, Christine; his daughter, Marley; his son, Avery; his parents, Dinny and Frank Bomberg of Las Cruces, NM, and Michael and Lyne Prichard of St. Paul, Minnesota; his b rother, Alex Prichard of Fairbanks, Alaska, as well as Alex’s wife, Angela, and their two daughters. He was preceded in death by his sister, Becky Prichard of Cuzco, Peru.

A memorial service will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, September 17 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham, 4300 Hampton Heights Drive. Prior to the service, a Buddhist-led meditation will be held from 1-2 p.m. Monday at Johns-Ridout’s Southside Chapel, 2116 University Boulevard, followed by visitation from 2-3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to:

The Redmont School
1220 50th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35222
www.theredmontschool.org

or to:

The Becky Fund
1866 Coyote Ridge Drive
Las Cruces, NM 88011,
www.thebeckyfund.org

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