Michelle Duda

Obituary of Michelle Elizabeth Duda

Michelle Elizabeth Duda (Meha), age 35, of Midland, beloved sister, aunt, cousin and friend, went to be with her mother, Dorothy Duda on April 5, 2021 at Mid Michigan Medical Center. Michelle was a 2004 graduate of Midland High School. She had an incredible work ethic, and gave 100% of herself to everything she did. Most recently she was a valued team member at ServiceMaster by Fuson in Midland. Michelle had a great love for softball, pool, cornhole, camping, outdoors, the Chicago Bears, but first and most of all, her family and friends. Michelle is survived by her siblings, Bridget (Jim) Emerson, Tracy Hansas, Billie Anderson, and Nate (Melissa) Duda; nieces and nephews, Brittni (Spencer) Booker, Monique (Arthur) Ignatowski, Joseph (Roxanne) Hansas, Mikey Napier, Jamie Sova, Ashley (Mike Champagne) Sova, Jeremy Hansas, Johnathon Hauri, Kelsie Hansas, and Madison Duda. Michelle had a great love for all the little ones in the family; the children of her nieces and nephews, Delilah, Aidyn, Logan, Bailey, Alex, Carsen, Arielle, Troy, Mikey, Julianna and Austin. She also leaves behind countless friends and teammates. Although Michelle is no longer with us, the memory of her contagious smile, laughter and love will live on in those who knew and loved her. The family would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the Mid Michigan staff, for their care and display of respect for Michelle and her family as she became a hero and gave the gift of life. All are welcome to attend the celebration of life, which will be announced at a later date. To sign online guestbook, visit www.cremationsocietymidmi.com In the words of our loving Meha: “ Live every day as if it’s your last “.
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