Michael Ray Collier, 51, passed from this life on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Mike was born September 18, 1969 in Claremore, Oklahoma to parents Abraham Collier and Cheryl (Coleman) Sixkiller.
Mike was a lifelong resident of Claremore where he graduated with the class of 1988. Mikes pride and joy was his three girls. He would drop anything in a heartbeat to be there with them. There was nothing in the world that they could ever do wrong. Mike thought being a daddy was the best thing in the world, and then he became a PawPaw. Those grandbabies did no wrong. Mike was a hard worker, and loved to help others. He spent many years as a volunteer firefighter for Tri-District. He was so proud of those years of service that he was able to give. He worked hard, but played harder. Any typical weekend he could be found at the the lake, or in his “Collier Corner” of Couch’s Sports Bar and Grill. Mike will be missed most at family events, when hes not present to pick on his brothers and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. He would never admit it, but we all knew what a mommas boy he was.
Mike is survived by daughters, Shawnda Cavilee and husband Cameron of Inola and children AnnLee, Raylee, and Brycen; Myranda Hudson and husband Bobby of Owasso and children Jayden and Aspyn; and Destiny Collier of Inola. Mother, Cheryl Sixkiller of Claremore. Brothers, Roger Collier and wife Bonnie of Claremore; and Kevin Coleman and significant other Karen Collins of Claremore. Sisters, Samantha Collier of Henryetta and Rhonda Palmer and husband Damon of Wichita, Kansas. Aunts, Rachel Ouellette and husband Bob of Virginia; Genevieve White and husband Clifford of Claremore; Gwen Lester of Claremore; and Uncle, James Coleman and wife Gloria of Moore. Along with many cherished nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
He is preceded in death by his father Abe Collier; Grandparents: Jimmy and Lucille Coleman; James and Lulu Collier. Sister: Donna Maxwell. Uncle: Rod Lester
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