Michael was born in Tucson, AZ to George and Jean Page. Mike was raised in San Antonio, TX, with his two brothers, John and Justin, and he attended Roosevelt High School until his graduation in 1998. After graduation, Mike entered the oil and gas industry where he worked for the duration of his career.
Michael’s first love was the Lord, closely followed by his family and friends. He had a hearty laugh, and an attentive ear. Patience and love defined almost every interaction he had with others. He loved people and a good joke. At the end of the day, he enjoyed spending time with his children piled on his lap and around him. Hunting, fishing, and beekeeping were a few of the ways he kept himself busy outside of work. “A bad day on the water is better than a good day at work” was one of his favorite sayings.
In July 2005, Mike married Jaci, and they shared 18 beautiful years together, before his unexpected death. Mike leaves behind 11 children that he adored. He had five daughters ages 21, 16, 8, 3, and 5 weeks old, and six sons ages 15, 13, 12, 10, 7, and 5 years old, and one granddaughter (11 months). Until our family is reunited in the Lord, Mike will be deeply missed.
In addition to family, Mike leaves behind a multitude of friends. Calvary Chapel of the Coastlands was his home church, where he will be missed by several close friends in the church family. Mike worked with a well-loved and well-respected group of people at Plains Gas Solutions in both Gardendale, TX and Patterson, LA, where he earned the endearing nickname “Big Sexy.” Michael was described as a “cool breeze on a hot day.”
Sweet love of my life, I will be missing you, until we meet again on the other side of the Jordan.
Services for Michael will be on Saturday, June 10, 2023 at 2 p.m. at Calvary Chapel of the Coastlands at 3001 Rodd Field Rd. in Corpus Christi, TX.
In lieu of flowers, a benevolence fund has been set up for the Page family at Calvary Chapel of the Coastlands cccorpus.org.