Michael Robert NaMirr

July 5, 2022
Michael Robert NaMirr

May 1953 – July 5, 2022 Michael Robert NaMirr peacefully entered the loving embrace of his Heavenly Father, and is finally face-to-face with Jesus. All his pain and suffering has ceased, and his healing is complete. While Michael lived in Leland NC for the past year, he calls Cartersville, Georgia his home; living there for over 30 years, working with Yellow Freight and other trucking companies.

Michael had a zest for life and loved outdoor activities like boating, hunting, and fishing. He was a fun-loving adventurer, and he enjoyed making quality memories with his family, friends and dogs. He was a free spirit who never met a stranger, and was never too busy to help someone in need. Michael was a caring man who loved being the father and grandfather he didn’t have to be. He is survived by four children, three grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, and his five siblings who describe him as the “fun brother.” His “larger-than-life presence” will be missed by many. Donations to the Cancer Research Institute are appreciated.

He is pre-deceased by his parents Leon & Dorothy Namirr of Acworth, Georgia.

A private family memorial service will be held at a later date in Georgia.

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  • July 11, 2022
    Teri Huskey says:
    I have many fond memories of fun times with Michael. We often went horseback riding, spelunking, frog gigging and just being crazy. Michael was my forever friend - the best one I ever had. He was a very kind and caring man - often giving the shirt off his back. I will never have a friend like him again.

  • July 10, 2022
    Susan Edwards says:
    Michael was a great brother! I moved back to Georgia in 1984 after growing up in Rochester NY to live with Michael. We had great times boating on Lake Allatoona and hunting. Michael taught me how to prop a gun up in the tree stand and carried it up the tree stand because I could barely hold it. He was not too far away when I shot my first deer on the first day, first try. It was beginners luck. Enjoyed that trip with Dennis (older brother) and Michael. Michael and I spent many hours playing Jimmy Buffet on his boat with his good friend, Renee, those first few summers. Over the years, Michael has always been there to help out not only me, but any person who he met who needed help. He was a kind soul who loved to laugh and have fun and be with family. He lived on acreage in Cartersville for over 30 years and really loved the peace and quite at his home. His diagnosis of lung cancer came just a few days prior to him passing on to his permanent home with the Lord. He did love his family and Jesus. Our greatest comfort in sorrow is to know that God is in control.

  • July 09, 2022
    Michael Chambers says:
    Mike and I met through his brother Dennis in 1971. We became good friends, we shared an apartment, went hunting and trout fishing together. I am sorry to see him pass. We had lost touch in our adult years but shared many great memories. The last time I saw him was at my 40th birthday party which was 30 years ago. I wish we had stayed in touch. I will always remember you my friend.

  • July 06, 2022
    Tammy Fowler, Whiteville NC says:
    I had the pleasure of meeting Michael last year at JC and Linda’s house and we had the best conversation. We talked about the Lord and I asked him if he had a relationship with Jesus Christ and he told me he did. He was a very nice and gentle man. Some day I will see him again when we’re reunited in heaven. May God bless and comfort his family.