Patrick Labib Michael, age 70, passed away on January 20, 2022 at Intermountain Hospital in Murray, Utah. He was born in July 9, 1951 in Freetown, Sierra Leone to Micael and Juliete Michael. He married Naimen Lyoubi Michael on November 20, 1977.
Patrick was a professional rugby player, he enjoyed hunting and he was an alumnus of Black Rock College of Dublin, Ireland.
He is survived by his wife, Naimen, his three children, Simon, George and Bernadete, 7 grandchildren, Miriam, Naimen, Mackenzie, Meachaleigh, Aaleyan, Leylani and Danny, nieces, nephews and other family members.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Michel and Juliete, siblings, Edmond, Jhon, Joseph and Lucia, and his son, Danny.
A funeral service will be held on Sunday, January 30, 2022 at 2:00 PM (Mountain Time) at Memorial Redwood Mortuary located at 6500 South Redwood Road in West Jordan, Utah. Interment will take place at the Memorial Redwood Cemetery immediately following the service.
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Jan 26, 2022
Rest in eternal peace and may light perpetual always shine on you 🙏
My sincere condolences and prayers to you Aunty Naimeh and the enter family as you mourn such huge loss. May you find strength from the amazing memories he left behind.
We all fell inlove with the love between you 2. He will be missed.
He's your guardian angel now watching over you all.
We mourn with you all 😥
May his soul rest in eternal peace 🙏
Diana Solomon xx
Naimeh and all the family, we are so sorry and sad to hear about our beautiful brother Labib. Such a shock . Labib was a very kind and thoughtful brother and always looking out for others. He will be sorely missed by all of us. Heaven has gained a big hearted angel . Rest in perfect peace my beautiful brother Labib.
Your loving sister Marjorie and family Ireland
I have so many beautiful memories of Uncle Labib from the days in Freetown. My dad loved Uncle Labib and would always make sure he stopped by his and auntie Naimeh's home.
My heart and prayers go out to Auntie Naimeh, the kids, grandkids and the entire Michael Family here in the US and accross the world, for such a sudden and great loss.
May Uncle Labib's beautiful soul rest in peace and may his memory always be of a blessing.
Labib, you will be missed. Naima, take courage and the Almighty Allah will guide you and your children through this difficult times. As you know prayers, are the only thing Labib needs right now.
May he rest in perfect peace.
Your Brother Abu Baba
Naimeh, our thoughts and prayers are sent to you and your family during this grieving period in your lives.
May you all find comfort and God’s peace as you travel through this lonesome journey. Amen
Naimeh, my prayers are with you and the rest of the family. May Labib’s soul RIPP.
We lost a beautiful joyful genuine sweet loving caring funny and pleasant soul! You will be greatly missed, may Allah give you heaven.
Rest In Peace uncle Labib.
Our thoughts and prayers with you and your family Mrs Naimeh. May his soul Rest In Peace
Gone too soon, hush to the family. May his gently soul rest in perfect peace. My sympathy aunty Naimeh and the family. I know it is not easy, for you all. It's is well.
I PRAY THAT THE GOOD LORD GRANT HIM THE BEST PLACE UNDER THE ARM OF FATHER ABRAHAM AND MAY HIS GENTLE SOUL CONTINUE TO REST IN PERFECT PEACE,TO THE REST OF THE FAMILY I SAY LETS ACCEPT THIS AS THE WORK OF THE ALMIGHTY GOD ,UNCLE TILL WE MEET ON THAT BEAUTIFUL SHORE I SAY GOOD NIGHT AND TAKE YOUR REST(R I P P).
SINCERE CONDOLENCES FROM THE NAHAS & GEORGE. MUM, VICKY EXTENDS HER SORROW. YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS 🙏
You will never be forgotten uncle Labib
May your beautiful soul Rest In heavenly Peace
My condolences goes to Mrs Naimeh Michael, her children, grandchildren and the rest of the family. May God forgive his sins and accept him in Heaven. God wanted another angel in Heaven.
Sincere condolences to the family. May the memories give you comfort and strengthen you all. RIP
Dear Naimeh: So sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. Oh! What a loss! Our heartfelt condolences to you and the rest of your family. Cherish the memories, and may God watch over you all…Amen..