In Memory

Michael Kortright

Michael Kortright

RIP Dear Classmate. Celebration Of Life information to follow. 

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01/31/20 06:49 PM #1    

Barbara Puntillo

A Celebration of Life is tentatively planned for February 17, at 11am at the First United Methodist Church of Loomis.  Please see an announcement posted by Classmate Patrick Fenton on the Home Page of this Website. 

01/31/20 06:58 PM #2    

Patrick Fenton

Posted Thursday, January 30, 2020 - repost of a message by Mike Kortright's wife, Jackie:

To our friends and family, Michael Kortright passed away this morning. Michael died as he lived: on his own terms and loved dearly. To notify people here seems so impersonal but there are just so many wonderful people in his life that we want to make sure you all know. So thanks to everyone who has supported Michael. We will post shortly with his preferred community donation in lieu of flowers. More details will follow shortly.

We will close by sharing that Michael was joking with us to the very end and he was clear that while he knew we would be grieving he also expects laughter and a damn good celebration of life!

For planning purposes, the Celebration of Life is tentatively planned for Feb 17 at 11am at the First United Methodist Church of Loomis.

Rest in love, my best friend of 60 years... JPF

02/01/20 11:39 AM #3    

Kathi Wells (Joslin)

I only knew Mike in high school but never forgot him.  Always had a big smile for everyone, upbeat and so friendly.  Sounds like he stepped out of this world in the same way  Rest in peace Mike.

02/01/20 11:50 AM #4    

Pauline Campbell (Thompson)

Such a good friend and kind human being. I first met Michael at Kit Carson. May you rest in peace, Michael. My condolences to his wife and family. 

02/01/20 01:52 PM #5    

Agnes Danti (Costa)

RIP, Mike. I remember him as being very polite and kind, with a big smile.

02/02/20 04:01 AM #6    

Eric Levinson

I met Mike the first day of 7th grade at Kit Carson and we became friends through Sac High..  He will be missed by all of us.who knew him.

02/02/20 02:57 PM #7    

Steve Schneider

Mike and I were good frends from Jr. High thru High School. Unfortunately like with many of my classmates we drifted apart after graduation. Many fond memories of playing basketball on my driveway. He was always a better player than me and always beat me soundly. RIP my friend

02/02/20 06:04 PM #8    

Fernando Vellanoweth.

MIke and I palyed in "B" Basketbal and ended up being champs that year. He was a good guy and very positive.  I will pray for you, your wife and family.  RIP will be missed.

02/03/20 12:56 PM #9    

Paula Arnfield (Bryant)

I knew Michael both through school and church.  I have fond memories; he was always very kind and upbeat.  With my husband, I had the pleasure of seeing him on a plane from Sac to Ontario, CA  when we lived in Sacramento for short time.  It was so good to see him again.  RIP Michael.  

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