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Micheal Stanley Shane

September 4, 1951 ~ September 23, 2019 (age 68)

Micheal (Mike) Stanley Shane of Prineville, Oregon passed away on September 23, 2019 at the age of 68 of a heart attack.

Mike was born in Toledo, Oregon on September 4, 1951 and is survived by his wife of 46 years Rose Mary Poppe-Shane, his two sons Gerald Shane and Joshua Shane from Prineville, Oregon.  Mike has four beautiful grandchildren, Keegan Shane from Prineville, Rhiannon Shane from Bend, Abygayle Shane and Austin Shane both from Prineville.  He is also survived by his brother Lonnie Shane and his sister-in-law Lyle Shane from Monmouth, Oregon, and his cousin Floyd Shane and his wife Carolynn Shane from Prineville, Oregon.

Mike was preceded in death by his father and mother; Gerald Shane and Judy Troyer-Shane.

Mike served in the Navy 1969-1971 on the USS Midway (CVA41).  He loved the time he served and became a member of the Prineville Band of Brothers; Mike was a very proud veteran loved his country.

Mike worked at Hudspeth Saw Mill in Prineville for several years; he moved to American Pine Products in Prineville for a new adventure in the lumber industry and finally retired in 2017 from Structus Building Technologies of Bend.

Mike was an avid hunter, he loved to ride his ATV’s, take his Toyota pick-up and dogs out to the Ochoco woods and sit and watch the animals walk so close to him he could see their beautiful eye-lashes and look right into their eyes.  He loved photography of the wild animals and the beautiful nature.

Mike enjoyed participating in the Black Powder Club, he loved gold panning and going to the coast; he just loved to watch the storms come in and the beautiful sun-sets.  In the morning he would walk on the beach enjoying the sound of the ocean and the serenity it brought with it.

Mikes pride and joy was his two sons Gerald and Josh, who hunted, camped and explored the outdoors with him.  They did a big bon-fire with fire works, family and friends to bring in the New Year. They worked on re-building vehicles and just becoming best buddy’s as they grew older.

There will be an open casket visitation on Thursday October 3, 2019 from 4 – 6 pm at the Prineville Funeral Home located at 199 NE 10th Street, Prineville, Oregon.  The celebration of life will be on October 4, 2019 at 1pm also at the Prineville Funeral Home, followed by gravesite ceremony at the Juniper Heaven Cemetery with military honors presented by United States Navy and Prineville Band of Brothers.  For further assistance please visit the Prineville Funeral Home web-site at www.prinevillefuneralhome.com

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