Locally/Independently Owned & Operated

Sweeting, Michael Kevin

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Michael Kevin Sweeting at the age of 57 after a long and hard fought battle against cancer. He is survived and lovingly remembered by his beloved wife Amanda Sweeting, his two daughters, Cindy Jenkinson and husband Justin and Kasey-Lyn Seaward and life partner Kyle Johnston, his three sons Tyler Sweeting and life partner Jen Landry, Christopher Sweeting and Shaun Seaward and life partner Roxxy Vansteene. He was a loving grandfather (Pipa) to Eva Seaward-Johnston. He will be greatly missed by his beloved husky CoCo and his fat s***t (smudgy the cat). He was predeceased by his loving aunt (granny) Betty Roy. Mike was a wonderful, hardworking man who worked in many mines all over the world and was deeply loved, respected and influential to all his fellow miners. Not only was he devoted to his family, but also to his mining career. He touched the life of every person he met in one way or another and will live on in the hearts of everyone who knew him. May he rest in peace. There will be no wake or funeral as his wishes were to be cremated and have a celebration of life.

4 Condolences

  1. We miss you Mike. You will remain in our hearts. You were a good friend and great neighbour.

    Posted by:claudette and rolland ouellette
    June 17, 2016
  2. I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU CAN MAKE ME SMILE WHEN NO ONE ELSE CAN,AND IN YOUR ARMS I FEEL SAFE AND SECURE. YOU’RE ATTENTIVE AND ROMANTIC. YOU LISTEN TO MY INTERESTS AND WORRIES,AND YOU CARE. YOU LOVE ME AND YOUR OPEN AND HONEST ABOUT THE LOVE WE SHARE. YOU’RE YOU AND YOU MEAN EVERYTHING TO ME.

    i miss you baby more than words can say. You were my hero, my saviour, my knight in shining armour, my rock, my everything. You were my whole world. I know wherever you are you are watching over me every day. I love you baby always and forever you will remain in my heart.

    Posted by:Amanda Sweeting
    June 9, 2016
  3. Rest in peace Mike. I will miss you more then you will know. Although my heart is broken I know you are in a place with know pain. Free to ride your Harley feel the wind in your hair. Dear to me are the special times we shared growing up together. Oh the times we had, you, me and Johnny. Cousins forever. I especially will cherish your last visit and the heart to heart we had solving the problems of the world and our family. Love you forever Big Guy.
    Lyn and the girls, Heather and Denise.
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    Posted by:Lynda Morrison
    June 8, 2016
  4. There will not be a single day that will go by that I will not think of you. I know that you will be with me wherever I go. As I sit here missing you, I think back to my wedding day. Im so grateful that you were strong enough to walk me down the isle and dance with me that evening. Our father daughter dance said it all:
    “I’m already there
    Take a look around
    I’m the sunshine in your hair
    I’m the shadow on the ground
    I’m the whisper in the wind
    I’m your imaginary friend
    And I know, I’m in your prayers”
    Growing up with you on the road or in another city, this song reassured me that you were always near by. When I would miss you I would play this song and feel comfort knowing that you were always with me no matter what. Now that you’re gone, I know how much this song had meaning for us. Growing up, you always called me your angel, the day has come where you are now my angel. You were one truly extraordinary man, the strength you had in the last year and a half was beyond compare. Rest easy daddy, you will forever be my angel.

    Posted by:Cindy Jenkinson
    June 8, 2016

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