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MIKE KICKER Robert Michael Kicker "Mikeee" age 75, of Boulder City, NV passed away on June 29, 2020 surrounded by his family at home. He was born in August 1944 in San Diego, CA to Croel Newton Kicker and Mary Stith Kicker. He married Mary Jo Nicassio in June 1983, in Las Vegas, NV. They honeymooned in Boulder City and loved the area so much, they eventually moved here full time in 1994 from Bellflower, CA. Mikeee worked for General Telephone for 30+ years as an outside plant supervisor prior to his retirement in 1993. Mikeee was heavily involved with the Boulder City Senior Center where he volunteered and where he was a member of the Board. He loved the hours he spent there and was passionate about giving back to the community. He was a founding member of the Calico Corvette Club and loved his vets. He was incredibly acitve and enjoyed boating, swimming, water skiing, golfing, raquetball, just to name a few. Mikeee is survived by his wife Mary Jo Kicker; four children Mike (wife Julie) Kicker, Robert Kicker, Brenda Burns, Marsha Striano; six grandchildren Megan Kicker, Derek Kicker, Jessica Kicker, Brandon Howarth, Brittany Howarth, Andrea Striano; and a great granddaughter Olive Kicker. His family will be holding a celebration of life at a later date. Family and friends can share memories and condolences at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com

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Published in Boulder City Review on Jul. 9, 2020.
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July 9, 2020
I certainly enjoyed Volunteering with Mike. He was always very comlipmentary to everyone. If he didn't approve of something, he'd certainly speak his mind. Loved his openness. He'll be greatly missed. Thank you MaryJo for sharing your Mikeee with us Seniors; at The Senior Center.
Dar Looney
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