Michael A. Wages, 1943~2018
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Michael A. Wages, 1943~2018
Michael A. Wages, 1943~2018
Michael A. Wages, artist and romantic, passed peacefully in Moab, Utah from cancer and other medical complications. Survived by his beloved brother and by his wife, Louis A. Wages and Gracie de la Rosa, half-brother Earl F. Wilburn and wife Betty, longtime friends, Margaret and Gregg who Mikey called mom and dad, Linda Leigh, a friend of 38 years.

He was preceded in death by partner ViviAnn Rose, mother, Yulah M. Tharp, and father, Louis O. Wages.

Many thanks to Moab CNS, Grand Center, Maria Malony, the University of Utah, Bishop Hawks, Robin Dahm and Terry Ransdell.

At Mike’s request cremation has taken place and no services are planned at this time.

You may send condolences to the family at www.SpanishValleyMortury.com.

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