It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Michael Flohr, a beloved father, brother, and friend. Born on November 2, 1966, Michael lived a full, vibrant life characterized by charisma and resilience. He will be dearly missed and remembered for his unyielding spirit, jovial personality, and deep love for family and life.
Michael leaves behind a legacy of love and family. He is survived by his devoted daughters, Hannah Purney and Tara Silvers, his loyal son, Tyler Flohr, his caring sisters, Donna Meyer and Jeanette Hallett, and his ex-wife, Jolene Charlton. His life was enriched by the close bond he shared with his family, emphasizing always that family is the most important thing in life.
A man of many interests, Michael was an avid fan of the Dolphins. His passion for working on anything with a motor made him known for his mechanical prowess. He had an extraordinary ability to find calm and joy being near water, making it his favorite vacation spot. Michael’s love for nature extended to his deep fondness for dogs and animals.
Among Michael's greatest accomplishments was bringing three beautiful children into the world, but his legacy transcends this remarkable achievement. His philosophy of having 'no regrets' and his unwavering resilience are lessons that will continue to inspire all who knew him. His remarkable survival skills made him a pillar of strength and a beacon of wisdom to those around him.
Michael Flohr was the life of any party. His charisma was infectious, drawing people to him with ease. His laughter, kindness, and spirit will live on in the hearts of his loved ones. We celebrate his life and will carry forward his legacy of family, resilience, and living life to the fullest, with no regrets.