In Memory


Michael Sury, age 59 was born in Virginia on December 22, 1960. He passed from his earthly life on September 9, 2020, in New York. He grew up in Lake Jackson, Texas where he enjoyed youth baseball, football, hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, and all the other activates that the Brazosport area had to offer. He attended Brazoswood High School.

Mike had a adventurous soul and as a young man traveled all over the US. He lived in California and Alaska for many years. He loved Art, books, history, and was a speed reader. After marrying wife Natasha in Alaska, he moved his young family back to Lake Jackson. They were now closer to his Texas family and his sons could enjoy the same type of childhood he had enjoyed. He and his family could now join into Sury family activities. A blessing for the entire family. Mike loved and was so proud of his wife, children and grandchildren.

Mike was a wonderful cook. he earned his living cooking for many years. At the time of his death he worked as a Driver/Student Trainer for Stevens Transport in Fort Worth delivering food around the country. A job he loved. He again got to travel the country he enjoyed so much.

He is proceeded in death by his father L.L. "Sonny" Sury, father in law Viktor Vinnikov, Grandparents Gladys and Ray Charron, and Annie and Rex Dickerson, brother Ryan Craig, sister Shari Diane, and Uncle Mark Charron.

He is survived by wife Natasha, sons Anthony and Maksym, daughters Vanessa Staton (Jason) and Jillian Roberts (Alex), grandchildren Abigail and Levi, mother Pat Sury, mother in law Sveta Vinnikov, brothers Greg Sury and Bill Sury (Judy), nieces LeighAnn Sury and Denise Sury Baker (Jason), great nieces Kassandra, London, Finley and August, aunt Lavonne Kellis, cousins Amy Charron, Matthew Charron, Kathy Mack and Linda Harris and a large extended family and many friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Restwood Funeral Home on Thursday September 17, 2020, with the Visitation starting at 10:30am, and service at 12:00pm, followed by the graveside.

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09/15/20 10:58 AM #1    

Mark Vitek

I met Mike at LJIS. Although we were not that close, I fast discovered he was one of those rare souls who got a kick out of all aspects of life (and he could speak a few words of Czech!). Mostly, I remember laughing when Mike was around--and that's not a bad legacy! RIP, Mike. 

09/16/20 09:42 PM #2    

Gigi Cadenhead (Baker)

Mike was a lot of fun to be on Facebook with! As some of you know, I love to travel. Mike would follow my travels on fb, and always give me weather reports, road closures, etc. With him being a truck driver, he was always in the know and had been all over the United States. He knew interesting tidbits about so many cities. I will always remember his encouraging words after losing William, and will truly miss following him on fb. Life is so incredibly short! Learn to enjoy each and every day. 💙

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