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Aug. 21, 1982 ~ April 14, 2021
Michael Brandon Muir, 37, of Meeker, Colorado, passed away April 14, 2021.
Michael was born on Aug. 21, 1983 in Rock Springs, Wyoming, to Traci Leith and Jerry Muir. He was a graduate of Manila High School in Manila, Utah. He was employed at Natural Soda and his coworkers were like family.
Michael was an avid sports fan, he loved his New York Yankees, North Carolina Tar Heels and Carolina Panthers. Baseball games were his favorite.
Michael had an amazing sense of humor. He loved pranking people, especially Heather and his coworkers, just to make them laugh. He was passionate about working out, and fishing, his favorite thing to do. He loved helping people, especially the homeless and less fortunate. He loved his boys, they made him very proud. He loved life.
Michael is survived by his wife, Heather, who he loved immensely, they were truly soulmates; sons Austin Muir, 18 and Tyson Muir, 16; Chelsea Davis, the mother of his children, all of Mountain View, Wyoming; father Jerry Muir of Manila, Utah; brothers Dylan (Shanette) Muir and Joey Muir, both of Meeker, Colorado; father-in-law Charles Pierce of Nashville, Tennessee; he also leaves behind three nephews: Sylas Muir, Mason Muir and Ryett Muir.
A notable mention to his crew and the five guys who meant the world to him, and he loved dearly.
Alex Smith of Meeker, Colorado; Kasey Denny of Rangely, Colorado; Brendan Shupe of Parachute, Colorado; Tyler Cose of Parachute, Colorado; Seth Holbrook of Rifle, Colorado. Thanks for loving Mike, thanks for showing him love and kindness, it didn’t go unnoticed and you were more like brothers. We’ll miss hearing his stories about you and how much you impacted his life.
Michael was preceded in death by his mother Traci Leith; maternal grandmother Suzi Leith; paternal grandmother Louise Muir; paternal grandfather Rusty Muir; and uncle Clay Muir.
Heather expresses great gratitude to Jess (Troy) Kurth, Damien Pontine, Pamela Harrison, and Gayla Carstens for being there for her during this tragedy.
Mike’s wish for his fellow mates is to be kind, forgive, judge less and love all — no matter what…
In Mike’s memory, please show an act of kindness today.
Grant Mortuary is handling his affairs. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
Thanks for loving Mike.