Michael Edwin Dale

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MICHAEL E. DALE Michael Edwin Dale, 37, of 411 Brookside Drive, Gaffney, SC, died Tuesday, April 6, 2004, at his home. Mr. Dale was born in Buncombe County and was a member of Beverly Hills Baptist Church. He was employed at Zale Jewelers Outlet Store in Gaffney. Surviving are his parents, William Edwin (Bill) Dale, Jr. and Harriet Franklin Dale and two sisters, Rebecca Morrison and Laura Cassada, all of Asheville. A memorial service will be held at 5:00 pm. Saturday in the Patton Avenue chapel of Groce Funeral Home with the Rev. Dr. Buddy Corbin officiating. His family will receive friends immediately following the service.

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  1. We are keeping all of your family in our prayers and thoughts. Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

    Sincerely, Janice and family

  2. The family is in our thoughts and prayers. Mike will be missed but he will never be forgotten by anyone who knew him. He was a very special person.

  3. My friend Michael,
    Your smile and your spirit lit up the room when you walked in. It’s the same smile and spirit that will keep my memories of you with me until we meet again. You will be greatly missed.

  4. I’ll always remember all the fun we had at Zales. Michael always had a way to make you laugh even if you were in a bad mood. Michael will not be forgetten. I loved him dearly as a friend.

  5. I am deeply grieved when I think of your loss. Michael was a wonderful friend and co-worker who always did more than was expected of him, he made this world a little better for me and for all the others who loved him. I will truely miss my friend.


    Beverly Pennington

  6. Although I had not seen Mike in several years, I’d thought of him often. I have happy memories of him. Linda

  7. I worked with Michael at Zales and later with a company by the name of Schubach Jewelers. He was a WONDERFUL human being! Always there to help a fellow employee in anyway posssible. He was kind and gentle with a mass of knowledge he would share with anyone. I will always remember his bright smile that was like sunshine for anyone who came upon him. I will never forget him. His face and wonderful personality will stay forever as a precious memory in my heart.

  8. I love you, Michael. I’ll try to carry on your memory by making fun of people’s improper grammer, their socks with dress shoes, and their 80’s hairdo’s. We all are going to miss you so much. You will always be with me. Thank you for my song and my name.
    May there always be a radio station that plays eighties tunes wherever you may be.
    Better times in your next life, may you come back as an insect, they can carry a lot more than we can 🙂

    Love, Pooter
    May your family carry on in your absence.

  9. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I am so thankful for the time I had to get to know Michael as a Co-worker & a friend he will be deeply missed. I’ll always hold his memories with me. Keep Smiling Michael!!! Everytime I listen to an 80’s song or Blondie I can see you singing and a DANCING.

  10. Do not worry for my comfort
    Do not sorrow for me so
    All your diamond tears will rise up
    And adorn the sky before me when I go’ by Dave Carter

    We all miss you Mike. We will take this time to grieve and remember. We will never forget.


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