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In Loving Memory

Flynn Sr., Michael James “Mike”

December 22, 1938 - January 22, 2024

Monday, January 22, 2024.

Son of the late Francis X. and Marie C. (née Mitchell). Beloved husband of Barbara Flynn (nee Grisham) for over 58 years; loving father of Michael Jr. (Connie), Daniel (Tacy), Richard (James), Steven (Christa), Laura Francis, Christine (Andrew Brown) and Matthew (Emily) Flynn; adoring grandfather of Michael, Samantha, Andrew, Charlie, Danny, Madeline, Gwendolyn, Megan, Kaitlin, Collin, Ella, Lucas and the late Noah and Jacob.  Our dearest brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Mike enjoyed volunteering at St Simon and was a 4th Degree  Member of the Knights of Columbus.  He also served many years as Cubmaster of Pack 161.  Mike’s favorite pastime was traveling with his wife Barb, their children and grandchildren.

Visitation Sunday, January 28, 5-9pm at Kutis Affton Funeral Home 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123, Funeral  Monday, January 29 at 9:30am at Kutis Funeral to St Simon the Apostle Church for 10:00am mass.  Interment at Resurrection Cemetary.  Masses preferred


3 thoughts on “Flynn Sr., Michael James “Mike””

  1. Mike was wonderful & caring person. I feel so blessed to have known him & call him a friend. You are all in my prayers. God bless you all.

    Katie Johnston

  2. Mike was a great guy. He made all feel comfortable and he always was smiling and friendly. My fondest memories are the meetings he ran with cub scout pack 161. He was adventerous, oragnized, dependable and inclusive with scouts and parents. Mike was a big help with St. Nic at the Breakfasts with Santa. Thinking of Mike, brings a smile to my face and grateful that I knew him. Thank you, Mike.

    • I met Mike at St. John’s high school in 1961. Mike had joined the service in high school then returned to graduate in 1961.
      Mike was very proud of his Irish heritage.
      One of the nicest men I ever knew, tremendous personality, always positive.
      The world will miss Mike…..we need more Mike Flynn’s.


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