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Michael Payne Obituary, Death, A Heartfelt Farewell To Michael Payne

Mar 14, 2024
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Michael Payne Obituary, Death – ‘Baloo’ Payne, a highly respected Cub and Scout leader, has died away, and the members of 1st Rayne are deeply grieved to convey the news with you.

Michael was a member of our volunteer team who was known for his proactive nature and his affection for others. He will be greatly missed by everyone who had the opportunity to know him.

The family of Michael would like to extend an invitation to all Cubs and Scouts, both from the past and the present, to join them in commemorating the life of Baloo at his funeral and farewell celebration. On March 22, 2024, at 4:30 p.m., the funeral will take place at the Three Counties Crematorium in High Garret. Following the funeral, his Goodbye Party will begin at 6 p.m. at The Swan in Rayne.

In spite of this, the occupations that he enjoyed the most were those of Molly’s father and Kiernan’s grandfather, both of which he plans to continue doing in the afterlife.

Mike would like to express his unending thanks to his family, friends, and AA for the amazing compassion they have shown him throughout his life and the various ways in which they have extended and enhanced it.

On April 7th, at four o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a Memorial Celebration for food, drinks, and reminiscences at the Olentangy Condominiums Party House, which is located at 25 Providence Avenue in Columbus.

Please bring a smile, a laugh, and your favorite Mike tale or memory; keep a loving watch on Molly and Kiernan; and enjoy each day of the rest of your lives. In lieu of flowers or money, please just bring a smile, a laugh, and your favorite picture of Mike.

Any and all Scouts who are there are required to wear their complete uniforms. In spite of the fact that the family has requested that flowers be sent exclusively from them, they have said that any donations would be placed toward the purchase of play equipment for Rayne youth. This is something that Michael would have supported heartily.

Have some peace, Baloo. In addition to that, he was an enthusiastic OCSEA Union Steward; he worked part-time at both the Olympic and Northam Park tennis courts; and he gave his time with Huckleberry House, Big Brothers, and Goodwill Services for the Blind in Columbus, as well as with Home-Delivered Meals in Oxford, Ohio.

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