Mike Maye Obituary, Death – The news of the demise of our beloved President, Mike Maye, has left us all in shock, and we beg for your prayers. Mike served as Vice President for a time on our board of directors prior to becoming President in November of last year. He has shared his enthusiasm and passion for the club and the hobby with a large number of other individuals. He will be sorely missed, and Kawartha Antique Power will be drastically affected by his loss. Please review the following for details on the memorial ceremony and obituary. As we say goodbye to a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend, bittersweet memories remain.

Michael Ray Maye, who was just 65 years old at the time of his death on November 12, 2022, passed died unexpectedly. Sandra Maye (Coakley), his dedicated wife of 37 years, his two children Brandi Smith and Blair Maye (Stephanie), and his four grandchildren Felicity, Luke, Genevieve, and Alex will mourn his passing. David Maye is the son of John and Dorothy Maye (predeceased). The deceased husband of Joan Coakley and son-in-law of Bill Coakley. He was the brother of the late Patricia, Dawnna, Sheryl, and John, as well as the brother-in-law of Scott (Fran) and Cheryl (John). His death will be tragic for Mike’s extended family, which consists of several aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.

Mike had been employed by Ross Doble Inc. for a very long time, and he had gained the recognition and respect of everyone there. His vast expertise and knowledge, both of which were immensely valuable, will be dearly missed. Mike has been an active Kawartha Antique Power club member for many years. He formerly served as Vice President of the club and is currently serving as President of the organization. He had a special place in his heart for our organization. Mike devoted a substantial amount of hours to serving his community, church, friends, and neighbors. Mike was a significant contributor to the founding of the annual springtime “Paddle the Drain” event.

This event was a tremendous success due to the help of a big number of volunteers. Our sincerest appreciation goes out to the doctors and nurses at Toronto General Hospital, and we would also like to thank the compassionate and supportive staff at Port Perry Hospice. In memory of Mike, a Celebration of Life will be held at the Little Britain Community Centre on Sunday, November 27, 2022, from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Those interested in participating can do so at the offered open microphone. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to Woodville United Church or Kawartha Antique Power. Please make payments payable to the respective entity. Box 164 in Woodville, Ontario is the mailing address. The code postale is K0M 2T0.