Mike T. McKee

Mike T. McKee
Mike T. McKee

Mike “Teen Angel” McKee, 72, of Amarillo, TX died April 22, 2020.

Mike was born on April 1, 1948 in Amarillo to George and Martha Maudine McKee. He was a member of Hillside Christian Church, and a forty-three-year member of the Amarillo Khiva Shrine, beginning in 1977. Mike retired from Morrison Supply Company in 2015. Mike had many talents. He was a musician with the group, “The Funny Farm” for twelve years. He was a jewelry designer and created many wedding sets for family and friends. He enjoyed any water sports such as fishing and boating, in addition to snow skiing and spending time in the mountains.

He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Mykle McKee; sister, Patricia Proctor, and her husband James (Jim).

Mike is survived by his wife of 49 years, Brenda McKee; son, Ryan McKee and his wife Catherine; Daughter-in-law, Stephanie McKee; three grandchildren, Kyler, Dylan, and Masyn McKee; and two brothers, George McKee and wife Ana, and John McKee and wife Arlene.

Mike was a kind, caring and loving husband, father and grandfather. He was admired by many.

The family suggests memorials to the Khiva Shrine, P.O. Box 328, Amarillo, TX. 79105.

11 Replies to “Mike T. McKee”

  1. I just found this notice. My husband and I traveled many miles with Mike when delivering
    Cars around Texas and Oklahoma. He was always so polite and eager to help.
    We are so sorry !!
    Edd and Betty Shields
    Amarillo, Tx

  2. Happy Father’s Day Mike. I miss you. Loved you more than you could imagine. This is another extremely hard day.

  3. Mike in heaven today with the love of all his friends Mike and Brenda are my blessed friend we met 1977 Khiva Patrol beautiful time were spent traveling to many shrine function. Mike blessed me many ways Brenda and family may god bless you and ease you pain. Barbara and I love you very much.

  4. Who knows why a select few people you meet in life immediately bond to you like a member of your family, but that is what happened when I met Mike.
    I was honored to have known him & to have been able to perform with our “Teen Angel” in The Funny Farm.
    Mike had an incredible way of making everyone around him feel special. He instinctively knew what made people tick & those of us who knew Mike will miss him everyday.
    I pray for Brenda & Family.
    God Bless,
    Walt Myrick

  5. Aunt Brenda ❤️ My heart is so sad to learn about Uncle Mike. Such an amazing man. My mind is filled with memories, the times at Mamadene and Daddy Pop’s The croquet games in the backyard. The crazy commercials he did for the news station. Mostly I remember his laugh! And his hugs! I’m sending so much love and so many prayers.

  6. Brenda.. my heart hurts so much for you & your family!! Was so sorry to hear the news. If you need something just reach out! We love you & are praying for you! Al & Cindy Cunningham

  7. Brenda, we are so sorry to learn of Mike’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It was always a joy to get to see you both (not nearly often enough after you left the clinic).
    You started out with the office as young but very competent employee, and became a good friend. Thanks to that relationship, we met your wonderful, talented husband – and instead of one more friend, we had two. May God comfort you and give you peace.
    Much love, Dr. Charles & Sandy

  8. Most wonderful man I have ever met aside from my Mykle. Mike was a true gentleman and had the biggest and kindest heart. He was loved and adored by all that knew him. Fly high Dad, and give my husband a big hug for me too ❤️

  9. Dear Brenda,
    We are so sad about Mike’s passing. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family. We send love and prayers to all of you.
    Mary and John Langworthy

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