Michael Eugene Reddell

Michael Eugene Reddell, 65 died Monday, September 16, 2019 in Amarillo, Texas.

Memorial services will be conducted by Pastor Lynn Hancock on Saturday, at 2:00 P.M. October 5, 2019 at Briarwood Full Gospel Church, 1800 W. Harvester in Pampa, Texas

Michael was born March 26, 1954 in Hobbs, NM.  He graduated from Pampa High School in 1972 and attended Southwestern State College in Weatherford, Oklahoma.  Mike worked as a pipefitter most of his life and was a devoted fan of the University of Texas Longhorns.

Survivors include his parents, Jim and Sue Reddell of Pampa, TX; a sister, Beth Bridges (Jimmy) of Lubbock, TX; a brother, Tim Reddell (Jill) of Argyle, TX; son Jacob Jenkins (Emily) of Austin, TX; a cherished granddaughter, Malayah Jenkins of Austin, TX; three nephews, Avery Bridges of Lubbock, TX, Camron Reddell and Carson Reddell of Argyle, TX; a niece, Caitlyn Johnson (Sam) and great niece, Hadley Jay Johnson of Argyle, TX.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Baylor-Scott White Health at dallasfoundation.bswhealth.com or PAWS, P.O. Box 2095, Pampa, TX 79065.

26 Replies to “Michael Eugene Reddell”

  1. I’m so sorry that Mike has passed from this world. He was a good friend to many. Malayah was the light of his life & I feel certain he will always walk by her side. Go rest high on that mountain Mike. Love & prayers for his family, hold tight to the memories.
    Wendy White

  2. God Bless You Mike! You will be missed. Thank you so much for being a Friend to my Brother Ray Lockhart. I also enjoyed talking with you over the past 8 months. Rest in Peace Mike.

  3. Hats off to my friend Mike.
    Sad to see him go.
    He always treated me with respect. No matter our shortcomings, he refused to penalize me for mine.
    I had a lot of laughs with Mike, and I’ll always think of him with a smile.

    Be at Peace, my friend.

  4. So sorry about Mikes passing. He was so thoughtful to take time and come by the hospital just 3,weeks ago to check on me and JD. What a wonderful thoughtful thing. Your friends and family are going to miss you dearly! God bless all of them! Rest In Peace Mike❤️

  5. Jim and Sue, I’m shocked to hear of Mike’s passing. My prayers are with you and the family for peace and comfort. I’ll never forget the years when we were in Weatherford together.

  6. Thinking of you during this time. I am so very sorry for your loss.
    I grew up down the street from the Reddell family.
    Praying that the Lord wraps his arms around you and comforts you during this time and days ahead.

  7. mike was one of a kind and will be missed dearly my thoughts and prayers are with his family in this time of need. R.I.P. MIKE

  8. Mike was a great guy!! So kind ! My deepest condolences to his family!! You all will be in my prayers during this very sad time!

  9. I was so surprised at Mike’s passing. I had just talked to him a month ago. Prayers for the family. Love and wonderful memories of Mike (Smut). Now you are a special angel.

  10. Brother-man you will be missed and remembered. I loved all the football games we participated in on Sundays at one of the PHS football fields.

  11. Mike was a very dear friend for many years and he will be missed by all ….He loved his son and granddaughter and was so very proud of them …Love you Mike and know you are with many friends and classmates in heaven …

  12. Mike was such a wonderful friend to both Kenneth and I! We both loved him dearly and he was always willing to help us out! We always tried to see him when we went to Amarillo and usually enjoyed a meal together! Malayah was his true love and he was getting so excited about his trip to see her this fall! Go rest high old friend! Love Kenneth & Susie

  13. Mike was/is a good man and a great friend , he will be missed by all, love ya Bro, RIP my friend, And to all his family, my deepest condolences to you and yours , Mike was one of a kind , we had alot of good times throughout the years

  14. My heart was just broken upon hearing about the loss of Mike. He was such a wonderful friend. We use to have such good times together. I know that he truly loved his little Malayah. That’s all he could talk about. He was a true friend. Rest in Peace my friend. Until we meet again.
    Sandy Brewer

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