Michael Morgan Lulejian

Born: Thu., Feb. 15, 1945
Died: Sat., Nov. 21, 2015


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Michael Morgan Lulejian

Michael Morgan Lulejian, of Greensboro, GA, died Saturday, November 21, 2015 at the age of 70. Michael was born in Armonk, NY on February 15, 1945, to the late James Lulejian and Regina Mae Morgan Lulejian.  He graduated from Georgia Tech with a Bachelor’s Degree in Textile Management.  On September 20, 1969, he married the former Barbara Jean Mauldin, his wife of 46 years.  He enjoyed a long and successful career as a salesman in the POS/payment systems industry retiring in 2006.  After retirement, he moved to Greensboro, GA from Atlanta, GA. Michael was a member of Lakeside Church at Lake Oconee.  Among his many interests, he enjoyed fishing, boating on Lake Oconee, Braves baseball, car collecting and barbecuing.  He was also an avid Georgia Bulldog fan.  He will be missed by all of his loved ones.

In addition to his wife, Barbara Lulejian of Greensboro, GA, he is survived by a son, James Lulejian II of Atlanta, GA, sister, Missy Lukowsky of Naples, FL; and many friends.

The family will have a celebration of his life at a later date.  The family requests that any memorials be made to Lakeside Church at Lake Oconee, 5800 Lake Oconee Parkway, Greensboro, GA 30642.  McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at www.mccommonsfuneralhome.com to sign the online guest register.

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Donald & Frances Brackeen
   Posted Tue November 24, 2015
Barbie and Jim we are so sorry about Mikey. We love you guys and will always remember the great times we had together. Will certainly always remember Mikey's humor and sweet Barbie.

Tina M. Fletcher
   Posted Tue November 24, 2015
Barbara, I knew you and Mike for a very short time but I feel like I have known you both a lifetime. I was saddened that I would not get to see Mike again, but so happy that he is healthy and with our Lord above. I will miss his attitude and his bossiness the most and will treasure his kindness and love forever. It was an honor to walk with you and him through this journey and I will forever think of you. Please do not hesitate to contact me for anything.

Faye and Jimmy Callaway
   Posted Tue November 24, 2015
So sorry to hear about Mike's illness and his passing. You have been in my prayers for strength and comfort through this time of loss and peace for Mike in his new journey.

Julian Mitchell
   Posted Tue November 24, 2015
Barbie, we've never met, but I'm one of many of Mikey's "virtual friends" on the jetboaters.net forum that I'm sure you know he spent many hours on and is a respected and top member of. We are all very sorry for your loss and will miss Mikey's amazing humor, passion for boating, and love of his family. It was very clear to all of us that he was an amazing family man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss.

Chris Kenyon
   Posted Wed November 25, 2015
Mikey as a mentor, confidant, and buddy. I will miss him greatly! Our hearts and prayers are with you.
Love CK and Ruth

Jim Kelly
   Posted Thu November 26, 2015
Barbie, Sincerest condolences from Nancy and me. Mikey was one of my buddies on jetboaters.net. He was a constant source of information and tips that made our boating life much more enjoyable. Mikey always signed off with a bit of humor leaving us smiling. He leaves a large void in the sole of our boating family.

Beth Andert
   Posted Sun November 29, 2015
Dear Barbie & Jimmy,
I was not aware of Mikey's illness. He would send e-mails but never said anything about this illness. My deepest sympathy.
I will always remember the parties we enjoyed together. It was always fun to walk to a party instead of having to get into a car and drive.
Your hospitality was just great! Also I will remember your swans and who would have thought snapping turtle were living in the lake.
Mikey was always full of life and so eager to help you solve problems. He also had the largest record collection EVER! We enjoyed having you as neighbors for those many years.
Take care and let the love of God embrace you during this adjustment time.
Love,
Beth

Matt and Deanie Serletic
   Posted Fri December 04, 2015
Dear Barbie: We are so sorry for your loss. Mikey had such a love of life and the excitement, joy and passion to really live it. It was manifested in so many ways. His love of country music, BBQ chef par excellence, fishing Lake Oconee and being first to get the latest high tech Yamaha jet sports boat. His lawn was the most beautiful on the lake and he could explain in great detail why it was that way. We are fortunate to share many memorable good times with both of you. May God's love bring you comfort.
Matt and Deanie

John Peters
   Posted Fri December 11, 2015
Barbara, our deepest sympathy on Mikes passing. He was a good friend when we lived on Parks Mill Trace in Port Armor North and then when you both moved to Harbor Club. Years ago we were all a member of Greensboro First Methodist and we would see you both. Good memories.