Michael Dean Post, 68, of Lyndon, KS died January 26, 2021 at his home.
He was born June 8, 1952 in Miles City, Montana the son of Gerald Dean Post and Lila Mae (Waterbury) Post. He graduated from Harriman High School with the class of 1970.
Following graduation Michael enlisted in the United States Air Force proudly serving his country for twenty years. He began his service as a cook eventually becoming an auto body instructor attaining the rank of Technical Sergeant. Michael was awarded the Commendation Medal, Achievement Medal, Outstanding Unit Award, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Medal, Overseas Long Tour Medal, and the Longevity Service Award Ribbon. During his service he was stationed in Japan, Korea, Kansas, Ohio, Montana, Idaho, and Maryland.
Upon his retirement from the Air Force Michael settled in Lyndon, Kansas and began working for Home Oil as a service Tech. He eventually began working for Doric Concrete Vault Company, Osage City retiring in 2011.
Michael was a car enthusiast but he was a Ford Mustang lover. His first car was a Mustang and he had at least one for the rest of his life. He and his wife Linda took many road trips in their Mustangs over the years. His service in the Air Force led to another love, planes. He always took time to stop at museum on air travel or Air Force service. Of course if he wasn’t traveling to and Air Force museum he was probably driving to a Mustang show. Working on his Mustangs was one thing he truly loved to do at home and as that became difficult he began working on Model cars and collecting different collectible car items.
Michael had one love that far exceeded his love of Mustangs, his wife, Linda. They were married on January 21, 1972 in Berryton, KS sharing forty-six years of marriage until the passing of Linda in 2019.
He is also preceded in death by his parents, Gerald Dean Post and Lila Mae Post.
Michael is survived by a son, Matthew Post (Michelle), Tecumseh, KS; two daughters, Michelle Post (Scott Helmers), Savannah, GA. and Tammy Johnson, Topeka, KS; a sister Jerry Lee Smith (Scott) Tennessee; and four grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be at 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at the Grace Community Church in Overbrook. Interment will be in the Ridgeway Cemetery, Carbondale. Michael will lie in state and the family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday February 1, 2021 at Lamb-Roberts-Price Funeral Home in Overbrook, KS. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society and sent in care of Lamb-Roberts-Price Funeral Home P.O. Box 268, Overbrook, Kansas 66524.
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