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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 27, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARY Michael John Howley holida Services for Michael John Howley were held Friday, November 22, 2013 at Tomball Assembly of God church, Tomball, TX. Michael John Howley was welcomed into the home of John and Kathryn Howley, born at Westbrook, Minnesota on May 8, 1961. He attended Westbrook Elementary and graduated from Westbrook High School. Mike always loved the farm and out- doors, and his dog Lucky, his cat Kallan, his horse Princess and working with Dad. He could run the tractors proficiently at age 4. In school, he was a wrestler, always going for, and usually get- ting "the pin"! On July 8, 1979, Michael invit- ed Jesus to be his Lord and Savior. He was baptized into a believers baptism on Nov. 2, 1980. He eventually was asked to be the Youth Leader at Storden Baptist Church and then under Bob Maddox at the Marshall Assembly of God Church. His "group" grew under his leadership and enthusiasm. Mike also was asked to give his dynamic testimony to many youth groups around the country. Michael and Nancy Sbenneman were married in June of 1988 and they welcomed their daughter Sarah Danielle into their lives on May 24, 1991. Sarah was the light of Mike's life for his whole life. He adored her. Michael graduated from Granite Falls Tech College in the field of Fluid Power second in his class, and was immediately called to Dallas Texas to the Brans Co. He also worked at Applied Industrial Technologies, Applied Fluid Power, Dynamco and then at Electro Sensors, Inc. in Minnetonka Minnesota, doing market- ing and sales with national and international distributors. Michael had a soft heart and always wanted to help people. He was involved in volunteer work at his church and favorite charity. Mike was very artistic. His home was filled with Bible verses and beautiful plaques of encouragement and pictures of family. His office showed his excellent organizational skills. Michael recently moved to Cypress, Texas to look for work in the Houston area in his field of fluid power. He had a massive heart attack on Nov. 2, 2013, but survived for two weeks, until God took him home on Saturday, Nov. 16. Michael is survived by his daughter Sarah Danielle of Mpls, MN, his parents of Cypress, Texas, brother Thomas ofMpls, MN, and sisters Joan (David) Gohl and Lynn (Brian) Brooks of Eagan MN, and Jan Martin of Houston, along with nieces and nephews, Emilee and Abby Gohl, Tommy and Katie Martin and Zachary Brooks. He also is survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins. We all loved Mike so much and will miss him forever. BBB Advice for Online org>. Look for the BBB seal information. If a consumer record of your purchase. Shoppers and other widely-recognized receives such an email, the 9. Check your credit card After Black Friday and "trust marks"onretailerweb- BBB recommends pickingstatements often - Don't Small Business Saturday, sites. 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