Michael S. Gile, 37, formerly of Pueblo, CO, passed away Oct. 31, 2014, in Colorado Springs, CO. Survived parents, Stewart and Susan Gile of Pueblo; and children, Owen Williams of Pueblo West and Greyden Gile of Superior, Colo. Mike was born Oct. 7, 1977, in Clearwater, Fla. and was a software engineer. Private services will be held. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. My heart broke for you when I learned of your precious son’s death. I was blessed to be one of Mike’s teachers at Haaff. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. This is a follow-on to the posting by Reviver Coworkers, as that is how I found out about Michael’s passing.

    I am currently engaged by Reviver, and subsequently introduced Michael to Reviver and campaigned hard to get him to work there. I only mention that because Michael made my short-short-list of the good guys I’ve come across in my career.

    Michael had worked for me in the past, and we collaborated on several entrepreneurial ventures. I always found him engaging, very intelligent, and great to work with. The people in my circles tend to be rather independent, so close contact is not always maintained, and “no news” is typically considered good news. Though I hadn’t talked with Michael in a while, when I approached him about the Reviver project, it was as if we had never traveled separate paths, and our friendship and working relationship picked right up where it left off.

    I was genuinely shocked and left speechless at his passing. Though it seems we never truly get to know someone, I am very thankful to have experienced the part of Michael he chose to share with me.

    I extend my sincerest condolences to those he left behind, and wish them the very best in dealing with his passing.

  3. We are Mike’s co-workers in San Francisco and are very sad to hear of his passing. He was an incredibly intelligent, thoughtful and enthusiastic man. We all enjoyed our brief time with him. We all send our thoughts and prayers to you, his family and friends.

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. Mike was my co-worker and friend.Just Wednedsay during lunch he joked about how much better the Mexican food is in Pueblo to Boulder. When we asked him if he knew of a good sitter to call to watch kids he suggested “My Mom.” You could tell he truly loved his family and I have all of you in my prayers.

  5. Susan and Stewart,
    My heart breaks for you. I know how much you love Michael, and I can’t imagine the pain and sorrow you must be feeling. A loss of such a brilliant young man. Please know that I am here…whatever you need. You are in my prayers and every thought.

  6. Sue & Stu, We are so sorry to hear about Mikes passing. We have such fond memories of him growing up. He & Jeff were such good friends. I can remember when they were young & you & I would stand on our front porches & watch the boys go from one house to the other. Please know that you are in our thoughts & prayers at this very difficult time. Cathy & Steve

  7. Sue and Stewart, I just learned of your loss and I am deeply saddened. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at such a difficult time.
    Sincerely,
    Julie Fischer

  8. Sue and Stu: Words can not describe how my heart aches for the loss of your Michael. I don’t even begin to know what to say. We are here for you if you need anything. May you feel the peace of Mikes presence as you grieve his loss. He is with you ALWAYS. God Bless you both…..We are so very sorry.

  9. Susan and Stewart – I am so sorry for the loss of your son. My thoughts and prayers are with you both. Hugs. Lynda Connors

  10. Susan and Stewart ~ Michael was a gifted young man with a gentle heart and soul. My fondest memories are of his high school graduation and that Julie was so upset that her cousin, who was the same age, graduated a year ahead of her, of our trip to Disney World, and more. Granted, all while he was a younger, but precious memories all the same. May those wonderful memories help see you through these next difficult months and more. Remember him as the exceptionally gifted young man that he was. If there is anything you need, just call. Love to you both.

  11. Sue and Stu, I am heartbroken to hear about your loss. Some of my best childhood memories were made with Mike. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With much love.

  12. Stu & Susan.. Carol and I are so sorry for your loss. Whatever you need just call us. Our prayers are with you in this difficult time.

    Harry & Carol

  13. My dear friends, Susan and Stewart, What can be said at a time like this? I am so sorry about Michael. He was a good and smart person. I remember how he would give me instructions on how to take care of his kitties when you were on vacation! There are words to express my sympathies to you, but they escape me right now. Please know that my thoughts are with you both and I love you very much.
    Your friend,
    Paula Demchuk

  14. Susan and Stewart, there are no words to convey how sorry I am for your loss. Please know that we will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. You and I spoke of Michael often and I know he was the light of your life. Please let me know if I can help you in any way. Deb and Jack.

  15. Susan, I’m so sorry to hear about your Son, Michael. My prayers are with you and your husband. May God comfort you both at this time. “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.”

  16. Susan and Stewart, I’m so sorry for the loss of your precious boy, Michael. He was a great kid. I remember so many times sitting, talking and laughing with him when Christine and I would go to Ruby Tuesday. My prayers and love are with your both during this most difficult time. God’s love and strength be with you both. I love y’all.

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