Michael M. Wood of Southampton passed away July 4th, 2019. He was 38. Michael was born in Elkins Park to his parents Michael and Joanne Wood (nee Dallas). He is also survived by his daughters Olivia and Louise Berndlmaier, and his brother James Wood and his wife Devon.
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Family and friends are invited to Michael’s viewing at The Decker Funeral Home 216 York Road, Warminster PA 18974 on Friday July 12,2019 from 6pm-8pm as well as the next day Saturday July 13, 2019 from 9am-11am followed by his service at 11 am. Interment at Sunset Memorial Park will follow after. In lieu of flowers the family would like to send donations to either American Cancer Society or Children’s Hospital in Michael’s name.
My daddy loves music, he has a huge personality, he touches everyone who he meets. Oddly enough his favorite number is 13 and the day of his burial will be July 13th. All of my dads friends have said he‘s the closest thing to a brother, or he‘s the brother they never had. We all agreed that there are too many memories with my daddy, so we can’t just pick one. But, I remember every time we met another one of my daddy’s friends we’d always say, “Wow daddy, do you know everyone?” My dad met a bunch of my friends but I remember this past memorial day we asked him if we could bring our bestfriend to the parade while we played our instruments. After the parade went on my dad said to us, “You know Kylies the only one of your friends I can stand for that long without you guys.” The three of us laughed about that for a little while. My sister, Liv, says she’ll always remember when my Daddy took us to New Hope to get Henna Tattoos. Livi got hers on her hand, Daddy said to her “Liv i have a feeling you are going to have a lot of tattoos when you get older.” It makes her think about my daddy since he was covered with tattoos. My pop said his favorite memory of my dad is, when they’d work on the cars together. My grandma says she remembers when my dad found out he had us he was scared and excited. He told her that there was no need for a test, we were obviously his kids. Every time he’d come home with a new tattoo my grandma said “I hope it hurt.” she would always say that. My Uncle Jim said the most recent memory is daddy driving him to the airport for the army, but his all time favorite memory is him being his brother-in-law. My Aunt Devon said that my dad and her shared a love for Glassjaw and Phill Collins. She says he was the brother she never had. We have a dog named Scooter. He’s the loudest dog and never stops barking, my daddy and Pop taught him to bark at everything. My daddy’s whole world was his girls, 3 years ago that added his dog Greta. He loves that dog more than anything.
Written by Lulu, one of his daughters