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Salas, Michael I.

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July 16, 1917 - October 25, 2010

Salas, Michael I.

Michael Ishbel Salas, born July
16th, 1917 in San Luis Potosi,
Mexico to Damaso & Ramona
Salas, passed away on October 25th,
2010. Brought to Texas with his
family when he was about 1 1/2
years of age, he lived all his life in
Dallas, attending school & working
here. Served in the Army during
World War II & took part in the D
Day invasion of Normandy. After
the war he came back to Dallas &
worked at the Schieffer Studio as a
furniture finisher & retired several
years ago. Survived by loving wife
Lily, loving & dearly loved son Michael
(Mick) & daughter-in-law
Virginia of Lewisville, TX; beloved
grandson James of Denton, TX,
brother Enoch, & several nieces &
nephews. Visitation Friday, Oct. 29,
2010 5:00-8:00pm at North Dallas
Funeral Home. Funeral Service on
Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 10:30am at
Chapel Hill United Methodist
Church, 12411 Templeton Trail,
Farmers Branch. Burial at Old Hall
Cemetery, Lewisville, TX. Michael
was dearly loved & will be greatly
missed by his loving family &
friends. In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to Chapel Hill
United Methodist Church or the
charity of your choice

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Marquell

November 01, 2010 11:52AM

Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. The lost of a love one is the most painful experience we have in life. There is a void that cannot be filled. Rest assured the Bible promises we will hold them again and enjoy their smiling faces forever. It is God's purpose that no one dies ever again and everyone live on earth in Paradise. God never wanted anyone to die but to live happy healthy lives forever on earth. We have to exercise faith in his Son, Jesus Christ, to gain these blessings. God gives us his Word so we can gain comfort now and have hope for the future.