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James Michael Stover
  • June 17, 1955
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  • January 20, 2015

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James is survived by his mother, Amparo Flores from San Antonio, Texas, sisters, Marcia A. Leach of San Antonio, Texas, Deborah S. Mc Clenny of Crofton, Maryland, Lisa Lowe of Milton, Florida, brothers, Scot O. Stover of Orlando, Florida, Christopher Flores of San Antonio, Texas, and Dewayne Stover of San Antonio, Texas. Private family services.  Family would like donations to go to: The VA Fisher House of Miami, Florida Hospice of the Comforter -  Altamonte Springs, Florida American Cancer Society - Pancreatic Cancer Research  

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  1. Scott Yturria says:
    21 Mar 2016
    A good friend who was sorely missed. I am so sorry I lost track of Mike. He and I spent a lot of time together in the 80s before I left Florida. My condolences to his family. I know you are in a better place. I'll postpone our reunion, Mike.

  2. Jose & Audrey Camacho says:
    14 Feb 2015
    We met Michael thirteen [13 ] years ago upon moving to Jupiter. We noted his Store and we needed one of our clocks to be repaired, so we stopped. The next thing we knew we had been a the store for a couple of hours visiting. We talked about Texas [ as I am from the State ]. He spoke Fondly of San Antonio and his Love for the City [ my exact feelings as I attended St Mary's University there ]. Most of All we discussed Good Mexican Food !!
    As a result , when I would go West to visit my Family and return home to Jupiter, I would Always Share Specialties my Mother, Yolanda , would make for my Wife & I with Michael .
    We would see each often , either @ his Store , The Gallery Grille [ in Tequesta one of his frequented Eateries ] and / or when I would bring him his favorite of Treats from El Paso , Peyton's Chorizo !
    We found out about His Passing when we stopped by his store to give him his Favorite Treat from a return trip to El Paso..........Peyton's Chorizo.
    Rest In Peace Michael , I am Certain you will be Chatting Someone Up in The Heavens & Absolutely No Doubt Discussing Great Mexican Food !
    " Nos Veremos Algun Dia Otra Vez mi Amigo !!! "
    Hasta Luego !

  3. Somebody posted an image:
    27 Jan 2015
    Bigger than Life
    Bigger than Life

  4. Somebody posted an image:
    27 Jan 2015
    Navy time
    Navy time

  5. Somebody posted an image:
    27 Jan 2015
    Fisher of Men
    Fisher of Men

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    27 Jan 2015
    Fisher of Men
    Fisher of Men

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    27 Jan 2015
    On his way to heaven.
    On his way to heaven.

  8. Letha Dugas says:
    25 Jan 2015
    My deepest sympathies to all the Stover's on Mike's loss. I met him a few times and he was always fun to be with and treated me like he'd known me my whole life. I hope all your favorite memories of Mike will give you peace at this time.

  9. Nicole Stover says:
    24 Jan 2015
    It's hard to imagine a future without Uncle Mike because he had a starring role in so many of my favorite memories. A connoisseur of life, he taught us all the most important things; to see the beauty if everything around us, to seek treasures others might not see, to appreciate the art of a good story, to always find something to laugh about, and in the end, the best lesson of all, the importance of family. Mike will always be missed, but never forgotten.

    The clouds were building up now for the trade wind and he looked ahead and saw a flight of wild ducks etching themselves against the sky over the water, then blurring, then etching again and he knew no man was ever alone on the sea.

    The Old Man and the Sea

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